1. Barrister's Will Close Its Doors Sunday
Barrister's restaurant, located on Main Street in Southampton Village since the late 1970s, is closing for good.
2. Robert Dash's Last Body of Work Goes on Exhibit Next Week
Just weeks before he died, Robert Dash signed the pastel drawings that will be on display at the Drawing Room in East Hampton, starting Oct. 4.
3. State-of-the-Art Marine Sciences Center Opens
The LEED-certified, 2,500-square-foot building, which has been under construction since June 2012, features a sea water lab with a computerized circulation system with a titanium heat exchanger to preheat or pre-cool incoming sea water, achieving energy savings while reducing the overall size of the heating and cooling equipment, according to the university.
4. Kabot Wins Conservative Line by One Vote
Former Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot has won her battle for the Conservative Line, ousting the Conservative party's nominee for Southampton supervisor Phil Keith.
5. Community To Come Together for Southampton Father Who Lost His Leg
At the end of July, Andrew J. Faggins Jr., a father-of-three who worked at the Southampton Elementary School for 10 years, was in a motorcycle accident that led to the amputation of his lower leg. On Sunday, his friends will come together to raise money for the 33-year-old man who is learning to live life without his leg.