Articles by

Katharine Schroeder

09/21/14 2:15pm
Pirate Warren Breuer, left, with guest of honor Paul Drum and mermaid Priscilla Kavanagh. (Credit:

Pirate Warren Breuer, left, with Paul Drum and mermaid Priscilla Kavanagh. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

The first annual Paul Drum Character Breakfast was held at Front Street Station in Greenport Sunday morning where mermaids and pirates roamed the dining room while guests enjoyed live music from anti-bullying artist Meredith O’Connor.

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08/18/14 7:00am
Dean Yaxa of Southold shucks clams and oysters.

Dean Yaxa of Southold shucks clams and oysters at Sunday’s ‘Cluck and Muck’ fundraiser in Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos).

Southold Indian Museum hosted a “Cluck and Muck” fundraiser Sunday night at McCall Wines in Cutchogue.

Fried chicken, steamers, clams, mussels and lobster were all on the menu along with a selection of local wines and beer.

The event also featured live music by Points East and a silent auction of artwork and gift packages.

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07/28/14 8:00am
Logan Kirshak, 8, of Bellport at Greenport Village's skate park event Sunday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

Logan Kirshak, 8, of Bellport at Greenport Village’s skate park event Sunday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

Greenport Village’s new-look Skate Park Festival was held Sunday and featured music, food and free lessons for younger skaters from longtime Greenport skaters Justin “Beau” Pollack and pal Andrew Semon, who teamed up with the village to help organize the event.

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07/27/14 2:09pm
Greg Swords, who is visiting from Georgia, having a good time at Saturday's lobsterfest in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

Greg Swords, who is visiting from Georgia, having a good time at Saturday’s lobsterfest in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)

The Rotary Clubs of Southold and Greenport hosted the annual Lobsterfest Saturday night at the Wharf House at Founders Landing in Southold.

Guests had their choice of lobster or steak. Hot dogs and burgers were available for kids.

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