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So you may know where to eat, shop, and surf in Montauk, but when it comes down to that magic moment after a couple of drinks at the end of the night, it can be difficult to find that perfect spot to make your move. Luckily, Team GofG may or may not have some experience in picking out just the right place to sneak in that moment. More»
"Welcome to Ditch Plains." Wonder what the standard for surfing etiquette is out in Montauk? Check out the official philosophy, ruiles of the road and safety guidelines from our friends over at the Surf Rider Foundation, Long Island Chapter.... More»
Dozens of American icons stayed at Andy Warhol's Montauk outpost between his 1972 purchase of the property and his death fifteen years later. These superstars were unusual visitors to the isolated cliffs of Montauk: so what was life like out there? More»
With all the hype surrounding Montauk, oceanside Surf Lodge is certainly one of the big pulls encouraging mass exoduses out to the easternmost tip. Chilling to the Reggae sounds of Ky-Mani Marley (son of Bob Marley), the crowd started summer off with a laid-back vibe. More»
While everyone awaits the reopening of Jane Ballroom (soon, we promise), owner Sean MacPherson (of the Hotels Bowery and Jane and the Waverly Inn among others) has another trick up his sleeve. While laying the groundwork for GofG Hamptons, we heard rumors of a new MacPherson restaurant in Montauk. We just checked in with the man himself....
MacPherson has indeed bought The Crow's Nest, which is "nestled in a small private secluded cove" right by the Montauk lighthouse. More»
[Montauk. Photo via Tumblr]
If you asked anyone in Montauk what their plans were for the weekend, they would've said "Going surfing. Duh." While the conditions were only safe for the pros and surf veterans, anyone with a board in the Hamptons was beyond psyched for the "epic surf" that was expected on the East End over the weekend thanks to Hurricane Bill. So now that Bill has come and gone, did he live up to the hype?
[All photos by Rob Rich] The Saturday night performance at Surf Lodge went smooth as butter as G.Love's pet side project Butter, who has recently been recording new tunes and touring, performed during the 2009 Outdoor Concert Series. G.Love excitedly tweet'd before Butter's performance,"Surf Club in Montauk. Getting ready for the hit. Ohhh yeah". Although it may have rained on Saturday, it certainly didn't ruin Butter's mojo. More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.