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We hope everyone is staying safe amid the Coronavirus outbreak. We will have our unrivaled calendar of events up and running as soon as the clouds lift. Meanwhile, our site is packed full of articles and information about our beautiful hamlet for you to peruse while you wait for brighter days…as all of us here in beautiful Montauk are doing.

Montauk Fishing On Fire in 2022

Montauk Fishing On Fire in 2022 2022 is shaping up to be gangbusters for Montauk fishermen! Along with a steadily expanding near-shore bluefin tuna fishery and the outstanding bottom fishing for delicious porgies, fluke and black sea bass we have enjoyed for the last decade or so, this should also be a banner year for…

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TRI, TRI AGAIN

TRI, TRI AGAIN Here’s another morsel of Montauk swagger…it’s one of the birthplaces of what was to become an Olympic sport, the Triathlon. Specifically, the two places where Triathlon originated are Kona Hawaii, for Iron Man, and the east end of Long Island for Olympic distance races. Every other race and race series in the…

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Historic Lighthouse 2022 update

Historic LighthouseFortification Continues, Nears Half-Way Mark in 2022 By Debbie Tuma After almost a year of construction, the massive rock revetment project shoring up the Montauk Lighthouse is almost at its half-way mark. Think 70,000 tons of stone! The design calls for about 1,000 feet of revetment and there’s about 400-500 feet done so far,…

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It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village Mesmerizing, serene Montauk, humble in its limitless appeal mere hours from NYC, has always lured visitors and well-heeled homebuyers from all corners of the globe. The Covid outbreak, perhaps unexpectedly, kicked that phenomenon up another notch. By Dave Davis It brought more full-time residents to the End as vacation homeowners hunkered…

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Montauk Library a Top Destination After Expansion, Modernization

A much-anticipated modernization of the Montauk Library has yielded a brand-new children’s wing, family room, teen area, sound studio, local history center, book sale room, and three exterior spaces with spectacular views and greenery. A robust of slate of 2022 programming for kids and adults has already begun! Visit montauklibrary.org/calendar. By Denise DiPaolo Spring 2022…

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Montauk Skate Park Going Big Time

The 20-year-old hangout will be one of the best skate parks in the east after a million-dollar makeover. As if Montauk wasn’t hot enough already… By Cailin Riley One of the most popular hangouts in Montauk is about to get a major upgrade. The Montauk Skate Park, designed and built in 1999 by legendary New…

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Seminal Lighthouse Fortification Commences

The iconic symbol of Montauk, our historic lighthouse, is undergoing its most important fortification project ever, ensuring she will stand safe and proud for many generations to come. By Debbie Tuma On April 22, 1970, a little lady named Giorgina Reid came aboard the ongoing project of trying to stop the erosion of the Montauk…

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Transcendental Meditation

Transcendental Meditation, OK Anywhere, is Special in Montauk By Cailin Riley One of the world’s most renowned teachers of TM discovered Montauk during the pandemic. He, too, is now in on our secret. Bob Roth has a go-to metaphor he uses to illustrate the concept of transcendental meditation. He likens the mind to a storm-tossed…

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TAUK @ Trail’s End

As Montauk continues to navigate the winds of change, there’s one thing that has remained steadfast throughout our enviable seaside community; an unwavering, devoted group of like-minded souls who are resolute when it comes to aiding and assisting their own.

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Rell Sunn: The Heart & Soul of a Community

As Montauk continues to navigate the winds of change, there’s one thing that has remained steadfast throughout our enviable seaside community; an unwavering, devoted group of like-minded souls who are resolute when it comes to aiding and assisting their own.

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Lighthouse Revetment

Greg Donohue, long-time erosion control expert at the Montauk Lighthouse, proudly holds up the plans for a final revetment stabilization project due to start in September 2019, after 30 years in the making.

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