Week of May 14: Click Here for Updates

Who can protest and does not is an accomplice in the act _The Talmud

A Note of Thanks and a Call for Support: Food and Shelter for Day Laborers

Southampton Town Board: Please Consider Graves Protection Law - Updated

Help Us Hear Wedding Bells - a note from Ken Dorph- Updated

Save the Date: June 27 - Hamptons Roots Music Festival

Brother Can You Spare a Poem? ... East End Poets read for Local Food Pantries - Thursday May 21 on WPKN 89.5 / WPKM 88.7 at 12 Noon

Dance!! with Dick and Bess Haile at Hallockville

Health Care Here: Q & A on Single Payer System

Bailout for East End Land Preservation?

Long Island Wins: Immigration Reform Has Friends in High Places

Join the campaign for Rights for Black Farmers

Peace and Justice Calendar: Civil Rights Forum in Riverhead May 14

Suffolk Peace Vigils

Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan

Democracy Now!

The independent news hour with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez:
on Riverhead/Southampton/Southold/Shelter Island
Channel 20:

Note: Channels 20 (public access) and 22 (government meetings) now require a digital capable TV or converter box and have been removed from the basic cable service in violation of contracts with the east end towns. Call your Town Council members to find out what they are doing about this.

Starting April 1 - schedule for Democracy Now!

Monday 6:30 am

Tuesday 6 PM

Wednesday 8 PM

Thursday 10 PM

Friday 6:30 am

Saturday - 10 PM

Also on WUSB 90.1 FM 5 PM Mon-Friday and East Hampton LTV Ch 20 - schedule here


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Hamptons Roots Music Festival - June 27 - Southampton

2nd Annual Hamptons Roots Music Festival


folk duo The Kennedys

Caroline Doctorow

Nashville fiddler Barbara Lamb

Singer - Songwriter Mick Hargreaves
Hear snippets of these performers by clicking here.

Saturday June 27th

7 - 10 pm

Levitas Center for The Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center
25 Pond Lane, Southampton NY

Tickets $25, children $10

Reservations at 631 687-9040
or email

Tickets at the door - if available - $30.

To benefit WPKN 89.5 FM Bridgeport and WPKM 88.7 FM Montauk


THANKS TO ALL who have helped to feed the hungry in our community.
Thanks, especially, to the Sisters of Mercy for distributing food to immigrants.

BUT, more can be done -- to provide food, clothing and shelter, and to build a more tolerant community.

Welcome all people to our community; listen to one another.
Help to teach our children the values of respect and compassion for all people.
Work to improve our community by strengthening the common ties that bind us, understanding that our differences can enhance community.
Treat everyone who works and lives among us -- our neighbors -- as we would want to be treated regardless of age, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender and sexual orientation.

PLEASE, send a donation to the organization(s) listed below or to another community organization that lends a helping hand to our neighbors who have critical needs.

Checks should be made payable to:

Hispanic Apostolate of the South Fork, 168 Hill Street, NY 11968 (note memo on check -- Taste of Mercy program)

Peconic Community Council, 554 East Main Street, Suite 303, Riverhead NY 11901 (note memo on check -- Shelter Program)

Published in the Southampton Press, May 21, 2009


Dance!! with Dick and Bess Haile

updated May 14

Dick and Bess Haile will give Country Dancing classes in the Barn at Hallockville Museum Farm
from 7 to 9 pm on Thursdays May 21, May 28, June 4 and June 11.

The Hallockville Farm is at 6038 Sound Ave (Rte 25A) in Riverhead.

Dances to be taught are Square, Contra, Folk, Waltz and Polka.

Partners not necessary to register! Fee is $30 for the 4 class series.

For more info call 631 - 298 - 5292