Forget those rainy day blues by flashing back to the weekend with our favorite #shelterisland photos from the week that was.
When Andrew Porzio came to Sylvester Manor Educational Farm in the spring of 2016 as a farm apprentice, he’d already been growing food for a decade.
At 13, he walked into the backyard of his family’s home near Buffalo, picked a spot and started fencing it in with sticks. He was undeterred when his dad said his garden site was, “a little shady.” (more…)
A former commercial fishing boat captain has launched a new business in local waters, ferrying people from one location to the next in an inflatable pontoon boat. READ
When the sun starts to go down on Shelter Island, guests and diners at The Pridwin take out their smartphones and rush to capture the moment. (more…)
If you’re one of those types who love getting a peek inside other people’s houses, you’ll definitely want to check out Shelter Island Historical Society’s biennial house tour “Living with History/Making Choices.”
The tour will be offered on Saturday, August 5 from 2 to 5 p.m. and on view will be five fabulous Island houses which present “choices” made, ranging from the minor to the radical. (more…)
The revitalization of Greenport’s Stirling Square will be virtually complete with the anticipated opening of American Beech hotel reception and boutique this weekend.
Proprietor Brent Pelton hopes the new 500-square-foot storefront will serve as an inviting spot, enlivening the entrance to the Stirling Square complex which also contains 1943 Pizza Bar, the Italian specialty store Basso, design studio Open Space as well as Pelton’s New American restaurant, also called American Beech.
“It’s really important to pull life toward the front of the square,” Pelton said in a recent interview inside the new space. “I’m super proud and I’m super excited.” (more…)