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Jan 27, 2018

Who can you call at 2:00 am if you need a raccoon driven across the Shinnecock Canal? Is your family of foxes mangy? Is a hedgehog eating you out of your zinnias? Do you have bats in your basement, swifts in your chimney, or have you seen an Osprey who has forgotten how to fly? If you can’t resort to killing your...


Jan 3, 2018

How does a person with a modest income survive living year-round in The Hamptons?

I wanted to do a story about women falling through the cracks because I had been falling through the cracks and I couldn’t figure out whether it was me or the system I was attmepting to live in. I know this is a story about home, making...


Jan 3, 2018

Hampton's journalist Joanne Pilgrim from The East Hampton Star travels to Greece to help the mostly Syrian refugees arriving on a small Greek island. What makes Joanne take the leap from compassion into action?

Photo by Doug Koontz.


Jan 3, 2018

Seed exchanges vs. Monsanto is the topic as we visit The Hampton's Seed Exchange's first event and talk with seed sharers about organic growing and organic farming on Long Island. Long Island and especially The Hamptons has many organic farms and now new seed exchanges are popping up in libraries and...


Jan 3, 2018

Bobby Wonderful is a memoir by author Bob Morris about coping with dying parents with humor and grace. This is my interview with the author.

"Bob Morris was always the entertainer in his family, but not always a perfect son.
How does an adult child with flaws and limitations figure out how to do his best for his ailing...