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As I briefly mentioned yesterday, a young Brooklynite died Monday after a) ingesting 5 grams of cocaine, and b) being tasered twice by the Southampton Police. Deputy Lieutenant Jack Fitzpatrick is confident that it was the former, rather than the latter that did the victim in, and I would be too, except for this little tidbit: 5 men have died after being tasered by the SHPD since 2004 alone. Most of the deaths were blamed on cocaine and alcohol, but one was said to be due to "excited delirium," aka "an overdose of adrenaline." More»
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Now there is absolutely no excuse not to get your buns in shape and have the beach bod you always wanted! Women's Health is opening their first-ever Studio in Southampton. For the month of June, the WH Studio is bringing in the most in-demand yogis, pilates gurus and personal trainers in the U.S. and the world. From June 6-8th, Amy Dixon, WH's fitness expert, contributing editor and exercise physiologist, is flying in from L.A. to help hamptonites tone and tighten their arms, booty and core. Check out the website for class schedules. Class sizes are limited so be sure to call and reserve a spot! You'll be the envy of every one piece-wearing beach bum in no time!
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Turns out that all that stands between you and your liquor-serving gallery is $31 and a permit filed 15 days in advance. A little thing, sure, if one whose violation shouldn't result in arrests and court dates. Some gallery owners claim they have in fact tried to file for permits, citing lazy or absent SLA members as to why their requests remained unrealized. In response the incident at Vered, many have decided it's best to shutter the booze, at least for now. More»
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Friday, May 24
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.