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Celebrate Local Art and Cuisine at Milk Pail Fresh Market

Celebrate Local Art and Cuisine at Milk Pail Fresh Market

The family-owned and operated Milk Pail Fresh Market —your “old school apple store”—in Water Mill has now been in business for 55 years!  As spring arrives, renowned watercolorist Quincy Egginton is displaying a range of her work at the Milk Pail Fresh Market through June. Local landscapes and still lifes of local produce grace the walls. All work...

Sixty-Something: A Tapestry of Historic Hamlets

Preserving History: The Enduring Legacy of Hamptons Windmills

For some unexplainable reason, the Hamptons have perhaps the most concentrated array of windmills on the East Coast. There are eleven of them spread out from Stony Brook Southampton campus to Hook Windmill in East Hampton Village. Some of these windmills are located in their original locations while others have been moved. When they were moved, they were...

Singing Praise for Life in Springs

Singing Praise for Life in Springs

People forget how amazing life is in Springs. After my move from Sag Harbor Village to Clearwater Beach in Springs, let me tell you, I could not be happier! Life is a little slower, and my commute to Bridgehampton is a little longer, but I’m not complaining since I get to drive by Three Mile Harbor Marina twice...

Monte’s Sauce: The American Comeback Story

Monte’s Sauce: The American Comeback Story

I've been at arm's length with the Monte family since I was a wet-behind-the-ears newspaper reporter in Montauk. The Monte Family, specifically Paul Monte and his two sons, PJ Monte and Chris Monte, were some of the nicest, smartest, and coolest people I knew. They owned Gurney's Inn in Montauk. PJ was a teenager, and Chris was coming...

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