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Over the weekend, Hamptons magazine kicked off the festivities with their 35th Anniversary party, Dan's annual Taste of Two Forks brought together the Hamptons foodies, Christie Brinkley headed to Jill Zarin's Southampton estate for a luxury ladies luncheon, the Parrish Art Museum hosted their annual Midsummer Party, and so much more! Click through the slides to see what you missed this weekend! More»
If you're headed out to the Hamptons this weekend, it's time to figure out your party plans. From the Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party to Dan's Taste for Two Forks, the second weekend of July is packed with events. No matter where you're staying, check out our list of the parties that will be waiting for you! More»
Unexpected combinations are at the center of this week's art round up, as Josephine Meckseper incorporates commodities into her high art installations, while Wendy White juxtaposes baseball with both disco and gang violence. Self Help explores the self-destructive nature of narcissism inherent in acts of "self improvement," and the summertime sound of crickets become the inspiration for an orchestral composition.
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On Friday night, Lawrence Kaplan and Douglas Polley celebrate the Parrish Art Museum by hosting a conversation about the development of the museum with director Terrie Sultan. Guests gathered at Duck Walk Vineyards South for the event, where they sipped on Duck Walk Vineyards wine throughout the evening. More»
The capstone of this past weekend, where art seemed to be a visible theme, was the annual Parrish Art Musesum's Midsummer Party. On Saturday evening artists, philanthropists, socialites, business leaders and of course art world luminaries congragated under the white tents on the site of the Parrish Art Museum. The evening, dedicated to honor the "creative spirit of the East End," did just that. More»
When the Parrish Art Museum vacates the landmark 25 Jobs Lane building in Southampton Village at the end of 2012, construction on a new cultural institution, the Southampton Center, will commence. It was announced yesterday that the award winning architecture firm Machado and Silvetti Associates has been selected to redesign, and renovate the building. More»
-What are your feelings on an open air pavilion in Southampton that can "accommodate performing arts, movie screenings and even an ice skating rink in the winter?" Yeah, gather your thoughts about that one for a while [CurbedHamptons]
-So apparently the Canal Room is going to be the next big nightlife spot in Southampton [BlackBook]
Over the weekend Andy Cohen attended the School's Out Benefit, Georgica celebrated with Falling Whistles and StyleCaster, A-Trak spun at South Pointe, Katie Lee and Beth Stern partied for the new Parrish Art Museum, locals came together for the Blessing of the Fleet and after party at Swallow, Mark Cunningham hosted Hot Summer Nights at Ruschmeyer's, and so much more! More»
Parrish Art Museum celebrated the season with its annual Midsummer party on Saturday, but what separated this year'sevent with the others is the fact that this was the last hoorah at their current Jobs Lane location. This year's distinguished guest list spanned the spectrum of artists, collectors, philanthropists, art world luminaries, and business leaders, raising more than $675,000 in support of the museum. This years co-chairs were Deborah Bancroft and Dorothy Lichtenstein and honorees were Beth Rudin DeWoody and Ross Bleckner. DJ Tom Finn kept the party going and guests included Sonja Morgan, Justin Mitchell, Kathy and Rick Hilton, David Wassong, Doug Polley, and more.
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The Parrish Art Museum hosted a private ceremony this morning to announce the groundbreaking of the new Herzog & de Meuron designed building in Water Mill. More»
Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.