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February 2020





     
Breach Update

Inlet

Charlie Flagg sent us his latest report from his recent flight over the new inlet. Click here for more information.






     
An Open Mic at Café Castello

Open Mic

On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, eight local musicians decided to attend Café Castello’s first ever Open Mic hosted by Hank Stone. If you’re familiar with the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel series, you already know what an “Open Mic” is, but if you’re not, an Open Mic is an opportunity for performers of all types, singers, musicians, comedians, poets, to stand up in front of a live audience and show what they’ve got. For about 15 minutes, they have the spotlight and microphone all to themselves so that they can practice and hone their performing skills.

The level of musicianship Tuesday night was first rate and the food could not be beat. The Italian food at Café Castello is always wonderful, but this time Nick Gagliardi, owner of Café Castello, even added a special Happy Hour from 5:30 to 7:30 with half price wine, beer, and a selection of special appetizers.

If you weren’t able to attend, or would like to, Café Castello’s Open Mic will be held the first Tuesday of every month from now on, starting at 6pm. The next Open Mic will be Tuesday, March 3, 2020 so come on down and enjoy an evening of great entertainment and food. Click here for more information.

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic

Open Mic






January 2020





     
Would You Like to See What’s Behind the Curtain?

BBYC

You probably know that work has begun down at the marina. You probably also know that the work area has been surrounded by curtains to either block the public’s view, or more likely, to help avoid someone driving into the wire fencing around the site out of habit.

Well, the great folks at the Bellport Yacht Club have repositioned the video camera atop their club house so that you can monitor progress on the marina, 24/7! What a great idea!!!

Click here for a link to the Bellport Yacht Club’s website where you can watch it all.