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It's now mid-July, and if you are unaware of your options to getting to the Hamptons, we have a problem. However, if you feel like your transportation option just isn't quite working out for you, we may have a solution. Thanks to the New York Times' extensive review on getting to the Hamptons, we have an in depth look at just how a Friday afternoon can be spent aboard the Hampton Jitney, the LIRR and of course, a helicopter. We've thrown in one more option, StndAir, just in case neither of those three tickle your fancy. More»
If you like a rowdy crowd and cold beer you need to experience the chaos that is Boardy Barn. Posted up in Hampton Bays this spot is described as "a massive guzzle-fest." Boardy Barn is only open from 4 to 8 pm on summer Sundays (with an occasional extended time frame on super busy nights). But do not let the hours fool you, this place pours out massive amount of booze. The New York Post reported that the Sunday before Memorial day they ran through an 600 kegs of Budweiser in seven hours. With about 165 servings in a keg that means Boardy Barn sold almost 100,000 cups of beer. More»
@Bethenny We're all in the family truckster en route to the hamptons. What are u guys doing?I have a bit of a sore throat:(
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$2K means a whopping 1,000 Boardy Brews at this Saturday daydrinking spot, a challenging feat for even the most brotastic of Westhampton bros. And since we can only assume the "Boardy" in Boardy Barn stands for surf boards, here's what we imagine the commentary around this beer-soaked party would sound like...
Westhampton, Firsthampton, Worsthampton...call it what you like, it doesn't have the best reputation. But the reality is, the time you'd spend in traffic trekking all the way to Montauk can be better spent inebriated in a more westerly locale. More»
Wednesday, June 19
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.