Each week, we feature an interview with a quintessentially North Fork business or cultural institution. In honor of the year's end, last week and this we feature six interviews from 2015; one from every month. These six feature Pat Mundus-Wooden boats & Jaws; new farmers & local farming with the East End Mushroom Company; the next generation at Burton's Bookstore and the Village Cheese Shop; and two people who need no further introduction--Aldo, and Al Krupski.
From July: PAT MUNDUS ON WOODEN BOATWORKS, HANFF BOAT YARD, EAST END CHARTERS AND GREENPORT’S THRIVING WOODEN BOAT ARTISAN INDUSTRY (PLUS: TRUE JAWS!)
From August: JANE AND JOHN OF EAST END MUSHROOM COMPANY ON FARMING MUSHROOMS AND COMMUNITY
From September: THE BOOKSTORE LIFE WITH SCOTT RAULSOME, BURTON’S BOOKS NEW OWNER/PROPRIETOR
From October: CHATTING FRANCE, WINE & CHEESE WITH MICHAEL AFFATATO, THE NEW PROPRIETOR OF THE VILLAGE CHEESE SHOP
From November: ALDO’S ROMANTIC PATH FROM SICILY, THROUGH THE SOUTH PACIFIC TO COFFEE & BISCOTTI IN GREENPORT
From December: 4TH GENERATION SOUTHOLD FARMER AL KRUPSKI CHATS FARMING & COMMUNITY