12/26/15 12:00pm
12/26/2015 12:00 PM

What makes a great photo? Ask 10 different journalists and you’ll get 10 different answers.

For me, I love to see a photograph that tells a story. Sometimes that conveys exactly what the written story is about. Or maybe it’s a picture revealing something that could never be captured in words.  READ

07/05/15 1:14pm
07/05/2015 1:14 PM
The scene on Front Street Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

The scene on Front Street Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

The 2015 Greenport Tall Ships Challenge continued on Sunday with a street fair and more tours of the high-masted vessels.

Northforker.com was there to take photographs and interview some of the thousands who visited the village for the festival Sunday.

Click here to see what they had to say.

07/04/15 3:30pm
Now that's some patriotic pride. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Now that’s some patriotic pride. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Southold held its annual Fourth of July parade Saturday afternoon and residents decked out in red, white, and blue lined Main Street from Boisseau Avenue all the way to Tucker’s Lane.

Among the marchers were local dignitaries, scout troops, first responders, and a dozen horses and donkeys. (more…)

07/04/15 2:28pm
Mayor Hubbard proclaims the start of the Tall Ships festival. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Mayor George Hubbard proclaims the start of the Tall Ships festival. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

A small ceremony to officially kick off Greenport’s Tall Ships festival was held in Mitchell Park Saturday morning.

Master of Ceremonies Captain Dave Berson welcomed all five captains to the Village, telling them “Greenport Village has always been a harbor of refuge and a shelter for ships. Greenport has always welcomed sailors since it was settled and it welcomes you now.”

He also pointed out that Greenport is the smallest community hosting the Tall Ships this year. (more…)