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As the summer is drawing to an end, one question I have to ask you is this; have you been surfing yet? No? Me neither. We all have our reasons for not grabbing a board (uh, maybe you don't own a board) and hitting the waves at Ditch Plains, but if anything can convince a girl to do something sporty, it's cute sport gear. From a surf chic editorial in a fashion magazine to the cutest wetsuits on the market, we'll do our best to try and get you in the water by Labor Day. And if we fail, well, at least you'll have some re-purposed furniture and new beach wear.MORE>>
For lazy summer days it seems like such a bummer to have to wait until 5 o'clock rolls around to indulge in a drink. Fortunately, you don't have to! Much like our guide to going out every night of the week we have undergone vigorous research to provide you with the best list of places to get your drink on, from noon until the sun sets. So check out our guide to day drinking in the Hamptons and begin your weekend extravaganzas early.MORE>>
Don't pretend you don't love browsing photos of drunk hampsters making complete fools out of themselves in broad daylight. We do. And, we're sure going to miss the action from the Day&Night brunches out at Gurney's. MORE>>>
Sean MacPherson's latest project out in Montauk proved to be the best kept secret this summer out east. In no small part to a dedicated chef (Jeff Schwarz) and a super hot manager (Celine Valensi). MORE>>>
Heading east for the last time until next year? We still have one last hoorah left in us (and by hoorah we mean guzzling rose wine both Day & Night) So here it is! It's time to figure out where the parties are this Labor Day Weekend 2011! And make sure to check out check out our Hamptons Calendar Page and follow our Hamptons site on Twitter as well. MORE>>>
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: The Hampton Classic Horse Show, now in its 36th year, is one of the biggest social events on everyone’s calendar over Labor Day weekend. This high profile event has become an absolute must not only for the crazy, horse obsessed equestrians like myself, but also for celebrities and socialites. Take a look at the ultimate cheat sheet to this year's event. MORE>>>
[Left, Hamptons Team Maggie Mcglinchy, Chelsea Burcz and Anna Lombardi]. All good things must come to an end. Just ask Stanley after he's finished with his morning meal. This years' Hamptons crew will be counting down the final days of their Summer out east this weekend. They leave wanting a little bit more time, and leave us wanting more of their fun pretty faces. Check out their top 10 things they will miss about Summer 2011. MORE>>>
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: First there was Lily Pond, and now we have SL East. The venues look virtually the same, but the later had a knack for drawing in the big spenders. The average bar tab at the club between June 2010 to July 2011 was $474, according to Bundle, which has released a list of the most expensive nightclubs. MORE>>>
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: Irene who? Despite impending doom, eager fans waited patiently to meet Gwyneth Paltrow as she signed copies of her collection of 150 recipes, called "My Father's Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness" at the BookHampton shop in East Hampton this past Friday afternoon. MORE>>>
Tuesday, June 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.