The Shelter Island Police department turns 50 this year. Shelter Island Reporter staffers Susan Carey Dempsey and Charity Robey discuss the department's history in the return of our Conversation podcast.
It's been two years since Canon Paul Wancura died of injuries inflicted in a home invasion on Shelter Island.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation she spoke with Wancura's close friend, Father Charles McCarron of St. Mary's Church, as
Jeremy Samuelson is the Director of the Nature Conservancy's Mashomack Preserve.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with him, they spoke about what it's like to live and work in the midst of a 2,000-acre jewel of unspoiled nature.
Shelter Island's Margaret Garrett is an artist who lives and works on Shelter Island.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Garrett, they spoke about the artist's background in ballet, her passion for art, and her recent focus on
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Sergeant Terry LeGrady, they discuss the recent loss of LeGrady's former NYPD partner Det. Brian Simonsen and the Shelter Island community's outpouring of support in the months that followed.
Shelter Island's Jimbo Theinert has dedicated much of his time to helping veterans and their families since the tragic passing of his brother Joseph J. Theinert nearly 10 years ago.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Theinert,
A native of Sag Harbor, Duncan Darrow is the founder of Fighting Chance, a free cancer counseling center that has served the East End of Long Island since 2002.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Darrow, they spoke about the cen
Robert Lipsyte is an award-winning writer who has personal recollections about some of the giants of our time.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Lipsyte, they spoke about these stories including his top memories with Muhammad A
Shelter Island's Charity Robey is a food historian as well as a chronicler of many interesting Island lives.
In Susan Carey Dempsey's recent conversation with Robey learn why she thinks our bay scallops are the best in the world, the joy of he
Lois B. Morris has been a travel writer, psychology journalist, and most recently the developer of a personality test called New Personality Self Portrait. She has a special offer for listeners. Map your personality at www.npsp25.com
Filled with valuable advice, Sara Bliss' book Take the Leap: Change Your Career, Change Your Life, offers over 50 inspiring stories centered around making transformative career changes.
Susan Carey Dempsey recently spoke with Bliss as she
Shelter Island’s Aterahme Lawrence, a finalist in the Miss New York competition, is determined to overcome life's obstacles and fulfill her hopes and dreams with drive and positivity.
Susan Carey Dempsey recently spoke with Lawrence covering e
Bill Geist's reports on CBS Sunday Morning have entertained us for more than 30 years and now the Shelter Island resident has published a memoir called "Lake of the Ozarks: My Surreal Summers in a Vanishing America."
Susan Carey Dempsey recent
From the Shelter Island Reporter, Conversation is a series of talks with interesting people on or around Shelter Island, New York. This week, Susan Carey Dempsey speaks with author Tom Junod, a senior writer at ESPN.
While writing for Esquire
Southold's longtime Solid Waste Coordinator Jim Bunchuck clears the air on the future of recycling during confusing times. He talks about the reasons why changes are necessary to the program and shares tips for concerned homeowners.
Host Grant Parpan speaks with North Fork native Joe Townsend on growing up in Greenport in the 1950s and 60s, serving as the village's youngest mayor and his ongoing battle with ALS.
This week's episode of Conversation was sponsored by Peconic