A Few Published Articles

Just a very few sample stories that I have written for The Sag Harbor Express, XO Magazine, and The East Hampton Star. More can be found with a search of my name on their website http://www.sagharboronline.com and http://www.ehstar.com

Artist’s Arrowhead Discoveries Remap early Life on Long Island



Photographic Treasure Tells Tale of an Extraordinary Community

Treasured tintypes found in a diverse community in Sag Harbor

A Cleanse Diet for All


Sag Harbor Teen Joins Israeli Army

Zoe Vatash is ready to go to Israel.

Zoe Vatash is ready to go to Israel.

Here are a few articles that have been published in The East Hampton Star.

 A Modern Day Abolition Movement


I loved the opportunity to let a transgender teen tell his story. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2013822/He-Wasn’t-Who-He-Saw-Mirror


One for the Home Book. http://easthamptonstar.com/Habitat/3/Quonset-Hut-Becomes-Home


I was happy to cover the light at the end of the tunnel for the dilapidated Bulova Watchcase factory. http://easthamptonstar.com/Lead-article/2013619/View-Penthouse-Bulova


Soldier Ride, born in Amagansett, celebrates a decade of support for the Wounded Warrior Project. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2013704/Soldier-Ride-Will-Celebrate-Decade


Fresh food and music for charity, and Mike D. From the Beastie Boys takes a dunk. http://easthamptonstar.com/Food/2013528/Keeping-It-Fresh-Ruschmeyer’s


Mike D. from the Beastie Boys supports the Rockaway Lunch Truck at a benefit.

East End tick counts are up and so are diseases. What to do? http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2013523/Tiny-Ubiquitous-Thirsty-Blood


I loved learning about and feeling the passion for nutrient-dense greens and how they are being used in restaurants on the East End. http://easthamptonstar.com/Food/2013219/Big-Plans-Tiny-Greens


Two blind members does not deter the sound of music for the Hot Pockets.  http://easthamptonstar.com/Arts/2013305/Two-Brothers-Let-Nothing-Get-Way-Music


The government fails many on Long Island who suffered from Hurricane Sandy. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/20121212/After-Sandy-Attention-May-Wane-Need-Doesn’t


While tick diseases multiply and cause debilitating illness around the East End, doctors try to keep up. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2012802/Doctors’-War-Tiny-Bloodsucker


Record-setting water heights during Hurricane Sandy brought out the best in the Island’s rescue and ferry workers. http://easthamptonstar.com/Lead-article/20121031/Daring-Mid-Storm-Evacuation-Ferry ferry_0

East Enders helped those who were desperately in need after Hurricane Sandy. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/20121115/Major-Effort-Help-Rockaways


I love the work these guys are doing…farming for the food pantry! http://easthamptonstar.com/Lead-Food/2012731/Carrots-Cauliflower-0


Four men on a mission grow food for the less fortunate in East Hampton.

I am grateful to have had the chance to interview an activist for abortion rights in East Hampton. http://easthamptonstar.com/Villages/2012628/Rights-Activist-Speak


Merle Hoffman is risking her life to be sure her daughter will have a choice.

An important issue on the East End, I hope residents take it seriously. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2012126/New-Effort-Ban-Three-Chemicals-Used-Long-Island


High levels of chemicals such as Atrazine are found in wells across the East End.

It was an honor to write about two young men from the East End who gave their lives for their country, and how they are remembered by the local community. http://easthamptonstar.com/News/2012524/Honoring-Two-Who-Gave-Their-Lives

Mark Naison, a professor, was one of the many East Enders that supported the Occupy Wall Street movement.


Dr. Naison spoke his mind during an interview at his home in East Hampton.


 Here is a photo slideshow of Occupy Wall Street gathering in Manhattan http://wp.me/p1pjR0-cY

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, an issue near to my heart as a former military wife, effects those near to my East End residence.


Mako and Thomas Spotteck

Thomas Spotteck, a military war veteran, finds comfort in his dog, Mako.

I loved getting to know East End musicians including Joe Delia and his wife, P.J., and I always jump at the opportunity to catch a show. http://easthamptonstar.com/Arts/2012110/Rock-’n’-Roll-Bone

Joe Delia

Joe Delia and Thieves performed at the Sag Harbor Music Festival after party at Bay Street Theatre.

Here is a link to some other articles I have written for The East Hampton Starhttp://easthamptonstar.com/?q=search/node/carrie%20ann%20salvi