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Today in East Hampton, the flag stood at half mast as we honored those who have dedicated their lives for our freedom.
After spending some time in the Hamptons, be it seaside on a sunny day or shored up on a rainy afternoon, its idyllic ambiance always seems to invoke artistic inspiration. Perhaps it prompts you to dig out an old, partially-painted canvas from the basement or take to your porch and pen the first pages of your should-have-been-written-years-ago novel. More»
Perfect weather this morning for a walk on the beach. [Photo via]
Just in time to catch the last crowds of the Hamptons, and perfect outfits that easily transition from summer to fall, Stubbs & Wooton has opened up a clean, white boutique on the corner of East Hampton's Main Street. The space, which has previously housed a number of retail shops in the past, including Joe Fresh, is a long white corridor punctuated with a collection of preppy loafers which blend in well in the Hamptons, but are ironic enough to be worn on the streets of New York as well. More»
Ferraris in the Hamptons are a pretty common sight, but the spectacle put on this past weekend by Mark Baker, Rich Silver of Andrra Waterside, Ferrari Long Island and The Clamshell foundation was a sight to be seen. Arriving at 6 PM, I was not all that shocked to find the space at Andrra encompasses all the class and elegance you would expect from an East Hampton restaurant. The only thing more beautiful than the space itself is the view of the picturesque marina that it overlooks. More»
In an effort to make the roads safer, East Hampton officials have launched an initiative targeting vehicles for hire. There have already been four traffic-related fatalities in 2012, one of which involved a taxi striking and killing a 17 year old pedestrian last month. Although the initiative isn't a direct result of that incident, Police Chief Ed Ecker believes the new program will help traffic flow smoothly. More»
Sometimes being in America is such a drag. I mean, it's great celebrating America's independence and I totally love the land of the free, but I wouldn't mind being in the South of France, or even Saint Barths, at all times. Although that is far from reality, at least there's Vanita Rosa, a store that can make you feel like you're hanging out in Saint Tropez, for at least a few hours. More»
Rather than directly transplanting New York's hottest boozy brunch spot in the center of East Hampton, Beaumarchais has carefully tailored their menu and vibe to settle in perfectly on Three Mile Harbor Road, literally next door to SL East. Reminiscent of a Saint Tropez restaurant, the space is warm and open, with ample bar space. More»
Sunday, December 8
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