Program Type:Author Events
Friday, June 11 at 7:00pm.
Through the tragic loss at sea of the Wind Blown, the commercial fishing boat out of Montauk Blown, along with all her crew, award-winning journalist and author Fairbanks examines the profound shift of Montauk from a working-class village - "a drinking town with a fishing problem" - to a playground for the ultra-wealthy, as well as the reasons that an event more than three decades old remains startlingly vivid in people's minds.
This is an East End Libraries Event hosted by Floyd Memorial Library.
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