Author Archives for Dallas Cobb

North Fork Wines

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NORTH FORK WINES by WILLIAM SOKOLIN Every North Fork vineyard is located between Long Island Sound and Peconic Bay. Incredible... Read Story


Warrior Mommy

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When I look at the cherry tree they planted for her, I wonder if they knew it would always bloom... Read Story


East End Story

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I frequented the beach for many a summer. The glittering silver line of the south shore of Long Island had... Read Story


No Hablamos

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She heard the saw’s constant angry growl, unfamiliar and suburban. It must be Tuesday. They had rented a house on... Read Story


Dust Bunnies

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DUSTBUNNIES On a hot morning in early June, 1976, my best friend, Katy, and I met at the corner of... Read Story


Finding Home

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FINDING HOME Once a year I visited my mother on the East End of Long Island. I never relished the... Read Story


Storm

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Storm on Dune Road Molly, who is a golden retriever, and I were spending a lazy day in the sun, splashing... Read Story


My Morning Walk

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My morning walk. My daily walk, about three miles, to and from the beach, walking along Cobb Road to Flying... Read Story


The Farm

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“TheFarm” By Michael Pierce Barber Page 1 of 3 Life was simple at the age of ten. Time seems to... Read Story


Perfect 11

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I am peddling faster because the “cat ladies’” house is approaching and I don’t want them to come out and... Read Story


Finders Keepers

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Finders Keepers Beth R. Barth 07-18-13 The Sag Harbor Express is spread over my dining room table. I’m reading every... Read Story


Shellfish License

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Shellfish License “Come to the Hamptons with us, my boyfriend has a share house.” My fun-loving cousin Sally said to... Read Story


Geography Lessons

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GEOGRAPHY LESSONS I.“Great deposits of till and boulder clay that lay beneath the glaciers were abandoned in situ, and remain... Read Story


The Beach

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The Beach By Dr. Gerald Leventhal The warmth of the early morning sun has already started to heat up our... Read Story


Storm Retrospective

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After nine days without electricity and running water, things were rapidly becoming desperate. Hurricane Gloria hit East Hampton in September... Read Story


Cabin Fever

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Cabin Fever by Mary Roulette February 1995 The wagon wheel chandelier was the first thing we saw when we walked... Read Story


Mikaleech

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Kim Feliciano July 29, 2013 Dan’s Paper Essay “Mikaleech” I met him when I was nineteen. He walked into the... Read Story


Deer Run Diary

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DEER RUN DIARY Feb. 14 Breakfast with Maureen at Hampton Coffee Company. She orders grapefruit juice and poached eggs. I... Read Story


East End Exploration

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East End Exploration Sometimes you find yourself looking at surprisingly odd things that reconfigure your thoughts about your world. I... Read Story


Celestial Reckoning

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“He is dying, Aphrodite; luxuriant Adonis is dying. What should we do? Beat your breasts, young maidens. And tear your... Read Story


Common Ground

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I like people who plant flowers between their hedge and the road, or rather, I imagine I would like them.... Read Story


The Swing Tree

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The Swing Tree You’re gone now. Each time I pull in at the summer house, the realization hits me as... Read Story


Bigger Fish

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Bigger Fish By Morleen Novitt I have always loved the southeast fish tail of Long Island in the autumn. The... Read Story


A Special Dwelling

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Anne Shelley 92 Squiretown Road Hampton Bays, N.Y. 11946 631.728.1306 ashelley27@earthlink.net word count 752 A SPECIAL DWELLING Twenty years ago... Read Story


Three Mile Harbor

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Three Mile Harbor, I’m under the sun It’s my little secret, I’m glad you could come Three Mile Harbor, I’m... Read Story


Lost in Space

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The place was packed. If everyone stayed, or even more people came, this would be our biggest-ever show. We were... Read Story


Learning to Grow

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I didn’t want my children to attend Stella Maris, not that year, anyway. I mean, I’m not even Catholic, although... Read Story


Road Rage

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Road Rage I am running errands in Southampton Village, driving my Chevy Tracker on a Saturday Morning. This glorious late... Read Story


High Speed Turns

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Greg Gaudet would drive to the Bridgeport Ferry, his eyes shielded by mirrored aviators, the Ray Bans favored by ex-military... Read Story


I Have Dust

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My name is Bernadette, I live ion the East End of Long Island and I Have Dust. The fine, dry... Read Story


Wreckless

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WRECKLESS by Nannette Porco We were a young, married couple with three children in the late 60’s. Back then, we... Read Story


Silence and Laughter

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Catherine was the good child: National Merit scholar; athlete; the child who’d unload the dishwasher without being asked. My brother... Read Story


Passing It On

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PASSING IT ON BY MEA TOWNSEND We swooped up the 1841 white Georgian house with black shutters, picket fence, large... Read Story


Lost Hampton Treasures

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Lost Hampton Treasures by Charles Dyner 10 Arbor Ct. Livingston, NJ 07039 C: 201. 707-0991 charlesdyner@comcast.net Yesterday was a busy... Read Story


Re-Education

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I got a hook shoved through my lip as a last hurrah in Oregon and then we sped three thousand... Read Story


A Love Letter

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A Love Letter By Sara Bloom Dear reader, I’ve been thinking a lot about love lately, especially since Hurricane Sandy.... Read Story


Magdalena

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Magdalena Magdalena lived in a hotel in Amagansett, a big boxy structure with rows of rooms looking out over the... Read Story


The Searcher

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“I’ve been on Driveabout,” was Jeffrey’s way of explaining his reappearance in our lives that summer. “And I have Good... Read Story


To Mother, With Love

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TO MOTHER,WITH LOVE A Son’s Tribute for Eden Guevara Baradi Montauk Community Church, Montauk, NY, February 25, 2012 One cannot... Read Story