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09/25/17 4:30pm
DON BINDLER PHOTO Bug Lighthouse on the night of the "Super Moon" in December 2015

DON BINDLER PHOTO Bug Lighthouse on the night of the “Super Moon” in December 2015

There is perhaps no symbol more synonymous with Long Island and New England maritime history than that of the lighthouse.

Today it’s largely GPS and satellites that warn sailors of dangers ahead, but these beautiful beacons are a connection to our nautical past and are still commonly used as reference points. (more…)

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08/19/16 2:00pm
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | Some of the more than two dozen Ernst Neizvestny works in an off-the-beaten-path sculpture garden.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO  Some of the more than two dozen Ernst Neizvestny works in an off-the-beaten-path sculpture garden.

Ernst Neizvestny, a world-renowned sculptor and Shelter Island homeowner, died August 9. He was 91. Mr. Neizvestny created a small sculpture park on the Island, which for years has delighted those who have come across it. Here’s an article the Reporter published by Tara Smith, who two summers ago was one of those lucky visitors who came upon Mr. Neizvestny’s garden. (more…)