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Get to Know Greenport

Greenport's Maritime Festival is sometimes all people know of Greenport, because it is such a big annual event. But at its heart Greenport is a working maritime village filled with small shops, art galleries, terrific restaurants and much more. Below are a half dozen profiles of the people and businesses that make Greenport great from the past year. Explore our North Fork Insider archives and find a dozen more. Each is a reason come back when after the Maritime crowd has left. They are in no particular order, except the first, because Sunday is this year's Paul Drum Breakfast. SHARON SAILOR OF FRONT STREET STATION ON THE NORTH FORK COMMUNITY & THE PAUL DRUM BREAKFAST

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ELIZABETH SWEIGART OF THE TIMES VINTAGE ON ART, COMMUNITY AND THE SHIFT FROM TEXAS

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MEET LEUEEN MILLER, IRISH DIPLOMAT TURNED UN DIPLOMAT TURNED INNKEEPER AT HARBOR KNOLL B&B

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RITA WINKLER OF  GREENPORT’S VINES & BRANCHES  ON OLIVE OILS, BALSAMIC VINEGARS, HEALTH & THE PARALLELS WITH WINE

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ALDO’S ROMANTIC PATH FROM SICILY, THROUGH THE SOUTH PACIFIC TO COFFEE & BISCOTTI IN GREENPORT

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THE BOOKSTORE LIFE WITH SCOTT RAULSOME, BURTON’S BOOKS NEW OWNER/PROPRIETOR

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NEW FIRST FRIDAY FUN: STROLL GREENPORT’S GALLERIES

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