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The Hamptons Free Ride boys are back again this summer, and this season they're hitting up Southampton. The electric shuttle had its inaugural ride back in 2011, when locals James Mirras and Alex Esposito started driving people, including Bon Jovi, around the Hamptons beaches for free. On top of their service in East Hampton, Montauk, and Amagansett, the Hamptons Free Ride boys will be cruising out to Southampton beginning on Memorial Day. They partnered with Southampton locals, Chris and Stacy Dimon, to launch the new route. Now, getting around town and to Cooper's beach will be easier than ever. More»
Over the weekend, Bon Jovi hosted the second annual United Way 'What’s On The Table?' fundraiser, Bradley Cooper came out for a special screening of 'The Words,' Chef Seamus Mullen was the winner of the annual SuperBurger competition at the Montauk Yacht Club, Guest of a Guest celebrated the launch of Gypset and Styleliner at the Crow's Nest, and so much more! More»
-Beth Rudin DeWoody lets Hamptons Magazine into her Southampton Home, and that art collection is just as amazing as you'd expect [HamptonsMagazine]
-An 83-year-old Southampton woman is going after the town for allowing McMansions to pop up around her. She's so confident in her case, she will be representing herself in court [NYPost]
-The Sloppy Tuna, which had poured millions of dollars into renovating their property to meet standards, is being attacked by the town of Montauk [EastHamptonPatch]
-Eric Firestone's latest exhibit, which peers into motorcycle culture highlighted with a few pictures of pinups, drew quite a varied crowd [Forbes]
It seems like spending your summer in the Hamptons makes everyone around you automatically eligible for a post on Rich Kids Of Instagram. Whether they make it on that notorious site or not, you can't argue that there are some great Instagram accounts to follow in the Hamptons. Back in June we gave you a list of 6 Hamptons Instagrams to keep you in the know, and now we're back, giving your instagram feed a little update for the month of August. From a photographer, to a famous son, and a local photographer, we have seriously covered it all. And don't forget to follow us at @guestofaguest. More»
The Hampton's Free Ride boys did it again: they showed East Hampton how to have a good time at their summer launch party. And it was mostly for free, but of course! Located right in the middle of East Hampton town in the cozy Blue Parrot restaurant, you could hear the party long before you even approached it. Co-founders James Mirras and Alex Esposito were on hand to make sure the festivities didn't get too out of control. More»
Over the weekend Christie Brinkley was honored at the South Fork Natural History Museum, LL Cool J showed support for his wife's jewelry line, Ziggy Marley threw down the reggae beats at a sold out show, model citizen Liya Kebede previewed the pre-fall collection from her label Lemlem at the Surf Lodge and so much more!
[Photo: Sailor Cook, Christie Brinkley, Alexa Ray Joel, Jack Cook] More»
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We are so excited for summer, and to celebrate we've teamed up with Hamptons Free Ride to give our friends and fans free drinks and free stuff. One lucky winner will receive 2 VIP tickets to the Hamptons Free Ride and GofG party this Friday at the Blue Parrot in East Hampton. Learn how you can win after the jump... More»
Hamptons Free Ride is back again this summer, and this year they're hitting the road in Montauk. Just as the name implies, the free electric shuttle, started last year by locals James Mirras and Alex Esposito, drives people around town and to the beach for completely free of cost.
And with new sponsors, including Zappos, Heineken, East End Tick Control, Flywheel Sports, and Royal Botania, this means more free stuff for the riders ranging from Vita Cocos and frisbees, to discount cards and nail polish. According to co-founder, Alex Esposito, "We're really trying to hook our passengers up with a lot of free stuff this year."
A free ride and free stuff. More»
Sunday, May 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.