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We've been counting down the days, and Memorial Day weekend is finally almost here. We are gearing up for beachside bashes, roadside ragers, and poolside parties out east. As we do every year, we've put together an official party guide for Memorial Day Weekend in the Hamptons. Check out where we'll be this weekend!
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»
-From literary fiction and memoirs, to books about teeth, Hamptons dogs, gardening, dieting and more, it seemed there was a title for everyone at East Hampton's annual Author's Night [NYTimes]
-The First Annual Move For Hunger event will occur this Labor Day weekend, gathering food for the less fortunate in Southampton [TippNewsDaily]
-Place your vote for the best burger in the Hamptons, although making a choice might be harder than you think [CurbedHamptons]
-Steve Lewis, of Blackbook, weighs in on his DJ set at the Montauk Beach House, giving the spot a nonchalant nod of approval by commenting that "the design and feeling bordered on Miami but without the cheese" [Blackbook]
Though Montauk is a part of East Hampton, it's always been slightly secluded from the glitz of other East End communities. Things have been changing the past few years though, and the small, sleepy town has been adding more restaurants, bars, and clubs (in a nutshell, more 'city folk'). We've said before that Montauk is the new Southampton, but according to the Wall Street Journal, now that's official.
Montauk is getting its biggest makeover yet this summer, as over 12 small-town businesses have changed owners since last season. More»
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.