Heart of the East End – April 29th, 2022

Lieutenant Susan Ralph, Friday Morning Tea Underwritten by Village Overhead Doors

Ahead of tomorrow’s National Drug Takeback Day, Southampton Town Police Lieutenant Susan Ralph comes on-air with Gianna Volpe to discuss three local places the public can turn-in old medication including the police substation at Bridgehampton Commons, as well as both the Hampton Bays and Flanders community centers. Properly disposing of old medication spares local waterways and youth from being adversely affected by them. Lieutenant Ralph and Gianna also discussed how a collaboration between STPD and Southampton Animal Shelter is helping furry friends find forever homes, including four from a recent rescue mission down in Mexico, as well as training the public to stop bleeds, do CPR and use NARCAN as part of STPD’s civilian academy.

Carrie Barratt, Longhouse Reserve

A special appearance from Longhouse Reserve’s new director ahead of the 16-acre sculpture garden’s 2022 season open this Saturday. For more information visit longhouse.org.

Sharon and Doug Attridge, HOTsounds Underwritten by Sag Harbor Cinema

Sharon and Doug come on-air ahead of this Saturday’s Rockin’ For The Homeless event at the RIverhead Moose Lodge, which annually raises funds for Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach Center in Riverhead and John’s Place in Mattituck. We hear a track the couple recorded for the Center-Moriches based non-profit music collective, Folkie Fest, on the historically horrible year of 2020.

Listen to the playlist on Apple Music.