The voting was furious; more than 1,000 people visited our website to check out the ballot for 2014’s Local Heroes. And all voted with…
From cheese to lobster and wine and beer, there’s something for every foodie this weekend.
Long Island-based artists can submit artwork of any medium by May 31 that must feature, or be inspired by, eelgrass meadows.
Yes, there are still things to eat, drink and do in Montauk after summer is done.
Once Montauk Woodwork, 62 South Erie Avenue is now Montauk Brewing Company, a local beer spot created by Vaughan Cutillo, Eric Moss and Joseph Sullivan. “My dad had no idea he was building a brewery when he started his woodworking business,” says Cutillo, a Montauk native. “With a big showroom in the front, it was a perfect fit. Property can be expensive too, so we really lucked out.”