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Cocktail for a Perfect Earth

September 5, 2016 | These specially made cocktails were served at the PRFCT EARTH 3rd Summer Picnic on Saturday night at the home of artist/photographer Cindy Sherman in Springs.

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When A Big Idea Happens

Water Mill| August 29, 2016 | In 2010, architect Fred Stelle delivered on the idea. It was constructed by MEN AT WORK and designed on the inside by the famed interior designer Jacques Grange. An ultimate “A” team, if you will, that produced a spectacular result, bringing together in glorious harmony, the very best of natural and man-made elements.

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A Man, A Surfboard and the Sea

August 31, 2016 | By Benito N. Vila | Montauk surfer, Stevie White, tells-all about his life as a surfer and the thrill of teaching the sport to first-timers | I first spotted Stevie White surfing about twenty-five summers ago at the Georgica jetty. I remember the scene well: Looking out toward the water, I noticed one of the longboarders wasn’t paddling out after his rides; rather, he was gliding towards the incoming wave, paddling through the crest and then standing up and riding the backside of the wave out!

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The New Kid in the Trailer Park

August 29, 2016 | By Emily J. Weitz | They’re still trailers – but you might forget that when you step in and feel the bright clean light spilling in through abundant windows. For Alicia Murphy, 30-year-old interior designer who lives in Brooklyn, Amagansett, and now Montauk, making the interior space livable was crucial in moving to Montauk Shores.

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This "Classic" Moment

August 29, 2016 | Director Ron Yassen captured the joy of his daughter, Ruby, and her horse, Zeven, after she earned a ribbon at Sunday’s Hampton Classic.

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A Moveable Feast on Sagg Main

August 22, 2016 | By Mirella Cheeseman | Sagg Main Street, a two-mile stretch of family farms and tony residences south of the highway in Sagaponack, turns out to be one of the most delicious havens for food in the Hamptons – from heavenly lobster salad to the sweetest corn you’ll find anywhere; to mouthwatering local peaches, organic heirloom tomatoes and just about every variety of everything else in-between.

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Symphony of Modernism

Water Mill | August 22, 2016 |In 2006, the architect William T. Georgis and visual artist/designer Paula Hayes teamed-up to design and build one such symphony on Burnett Creek in Water Mill – a 4,000 square foot, four-bedroom, four bath modern beach house set handsomely among soft-toned, elegant gardens.

The main house is a simple, yet sleek, rectangular structure with two levels. The first has soaring, double height ceilings and a playful, metal cone-shaped fireplace that reaches to the ceiling.

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Starry, Starry Night

August 22, 2016 | South Ferry Company’s Captain Matt Rohde captured the night sky as he was looking towards Shelter Island from North Haven.

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Passing the Baton at Guild Hall

August 15, 2016 | By Emily J. Weitz | In recent years, through her tireless work at the Parrish Art Museum, Andrea Grover has become one of these great connectors. When she makes the move to Guild Hall in September, she’ll bring with her a youthful energy, and the ability to bring even greater collaboration to the artists’ community of the East End.

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Could This Be Camelot

Shelter Island | August 15, 2016 | Elegance. A simple, reassuring elegance that recalls the past. The gambrel style shingled traditional is set on 1.52 acres at the foot of a white, crushed clamshell driveway – a joyous, crunchy embellishment to the overall theme – not often seen in these parts. Built in 2007, the house projects itself as sturdy and confident, as though its stood there for a century or more, enjoyed and preserved , perhaps, by just a single family over the course of a few generations. That isn’t the case of course, but this is, indeed, quite special. The word grace comes to mind. May we leave it at that?