Tag: Fire Island

The Most Absurd Police Reports From Fire Island of Summers Past

A greatest hits of some of the most ridiculous crimes that the police have responded to on Fire Island in the past decade.

Fire Island Homeowners Urged Not To Seek Beach House Isolation Amid...

Officials on Fire Island are urging seasonal homeowners not to come to their beach homes to get away from more densely populated areas amid widespread calls for the public to practice social distancing.

Fire Island Thriller Last Ferry Hits Netflix Wednesday

Last Ferry, a murder mystery set on Fire Island, arrives on Netflix on Wednesday.

Fire Island Dune Rebuilding Crew Diverted To Fix Beach Near Mar-A-Lago

Contractors fixing storm damage on Fire Island beaches are being diverted to Florida so they can instead work on a beach near President Donald Trump's country club, stirring a wave of controversy.

Chef Thomas Rougey: A Perfect Landing

 “Cooking, for me, was a natural thing. It was in my blood,” says Chef Thomas Rougey of The Landing in Ocean Beach.

Ocean Beach: Fire Island’s Summer Playground

The 30-mile-long, half-mile wide stretch of Long Island barrier beach known as Fire Island is divided into some 17 communities, many with their own unique identities, and Ocean Beach — Fire Island’s largest village — is no exception. 

Updated Beachfront Atlantique Home Asks $1.7M

Privacy aplenty is found in this totally renovated, rebuilt, and reposted oceanfront gem of a beach home listed for sale in Atlantique on Fire Island.

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton: Long Island’s Romance of The Century

It started in January 1962 on the set of Cleopatra. Two stars acted out their scene, sparks ignited, and all thoughts of marital fidelity vanished.

Bayfront Davis Park Dome Home Asks $729,900

This dome-shaped house right on the Great South Bay — giving it both stellar views and a private beach — is listed for sale in Davis Park on Fire Island.

Activists Sue to Block Planned Fire Island Deer Hunt

Fire Island National Seashore (FINS) managers allegedly broke federal law when they authorized a planned culling of white tail deer, two environmental groups claimed in a lawsuit seeking to block the hunt.