Eavesdropping Is What Guests Do Best...

by KRISTIN LUCIANO · July 9, 2009

When a vodka cranberry is $21 or a pound of lobster salad is $100, you know it is hard to come by a good deal in the Hamptons . Thankfully, there are some diamond-in-the-rough neighborhoods in the East End where you can get a bang for your buck [PageSix]

Over the holiday weekend, vandals decided it would be a good idea to burn a giant dollar sign into the artificial turf of the East Hampton High School football field. Can't you just see it now, video vixens dancing around the field throwing bills all while filming a new hot rap video [Hamptons.com]

Montauk might be at the very end of Long Island, but it won't be the last to get a farmer's market. Starting next week, Montauk will be starting their own Farmer's Market on Thursdays from 9-1 at the St. Therese School grounds [EHP]

There have been a lot of artistic movements to exist, some that stick while others get lost as quickly as a fart in a blizzard. One  movement, "transhumanism", can be seen with one home in East Hampton. The residence is currently for sale and priced at $5.5 million [WSJ]