11/14/19 8:00am

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Jay Goldberg, one of America’s preeminent trial attorneys, has represented Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Willie Nelson, Miles Davis, Donald Trump, Johnny Cash, Armand Hammer, The Hells Angels and many others over the course of his long and illustrious career. The Shelter Island Public Library welcomed Mr. Goldberg to Friday Night Dialogues on Nov. 8.

A brisk snap in the air didn’t deter an enthusiastic group of Islanders from attending last Friday Night’s Dialogue at the Shelter Island Library. The guest speaker was Jay Goldberg, widely recognized as a top litigator. His new book, “The Courtroom Is My Theater,” formed the basis for an hour of recollections about the famous and infamous whom he’d represented in court.

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11/01/19 8:00am

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Jay Goldberg, one of America’s preeminent trial attorneys, who has represented celebrities including Donald Trump, will present during Friday Night Dialogues on Nov. 8.

Jay Goldberg, one of America’s preeminent trial attorneys, has represented Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Willie Nelson, Miles Davis, Donald Trump, Johnny Cash, Armand Hammer, The Hells Angels and many others over the course of his long and illustrious career. The Shelter Island Public Library welcomes Mr. Goldberg to our Friday Night Dialogues on Nov. 8 at 7 p.m.

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01/09/17 2:00pm
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School Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik told the Reporter on Monday morning that the Board of Education did not act arbitrarily in cancelling a senior class trip to attend the inauguration later this month, but it was at  his request. Politics was not a consideration in the decision.

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10/24/16 10:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Part of the group protesting Saturday in the Center over the theft and destruction of political lawn signs.

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Part of the group protesting Saturday in the Center over the theft and destruction of political lawn signs.

A gathering of more than 20 people assembled Saturday morning in the Center to protest the theft and trashing of political lawn signs. (more…)