Sixty-Something: Visiting Some Favorite Hamptons History

Sixty-Something: Visiting Some Favorite Hamptons History

The Hamptons possesses some of the oldest British settlement towns in the United States. Then there are the locations of the Native American settlements that go way back in time, perhaps thousands of years. Juxtaposing that history to the 21st century's mega-million-dollar homes and complexes, this combination makes up for a fascinating mix of past, present and future....

The Julie & Tony Exhibit at Sag Harbor Cinema

The Julie & Tony Exhibit at Sag Harbor Cinema

Julie & Tony is a new exhibition that has opened at Sag Harbor Cinema. It’s located on the third floor, weekdays from 5 pm, and weekends from 12 pm. This exhibition opened at the end of August and is part of a yearlong retrospective called “Worlds of Julie Andrews.” There will be a screening of Mary Poppins as...

MightyMan Triathlon Returns to Montauk

MightyMan Triathlon Returns to Montauk

The MightyMan Triathlon will return to Montauk at Fort Pond this Sunday morning, October 2nd. The race will feature several categories, including three different distances: a sprint triathlon, which is a 750 meter swim, 17 mile bike, and 5k run, an Olympic distance race with a 1500 meter swim, 40k bike, and a 10k run, and a Half...

Edwina von Gal Receives LongHouse Visionary Award

Edwina von Gal Receives LongHouse Visionary Award

Photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo “What gardens give us intellectually, culturally, artistically, and spiritually” was the theme of photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo’s talk at the annual Landscape Luncheon at LongHouse Reserve, a theme echoed in every speaker. “Why are we here?” asked LongHouse Director Carrie Rebora Barratt, “Because we believe in this place, in Jack Lenor Larsen’s mission, and...

Lobster Rolling Through The Hamptons: Lil’ Birdie

Lil’ Birdie Restaurant on the Move

It was a terrifying announcement. My new lunch spot, Lil’ Birdie in Sag Harbor, announced it was closing its doors October 2nd. I have just discovered this place a few days ago, and I’m completely hooked. Owners Alexis and Kye have outgrown the location and are moving to a new location yet to be determined, but we will...

Sip ‘n Soda – Serving Southampton Since 1958

Sip ‘n Soda – Serving Southampton Since 1958

The Hamptons used to be a collection of small towns, each with its own identity. There were local shops, and places to eat. Some of these eateries remain, a reminder of a simpler, less complicated time. Westhampton has Eckhard's, Bridgehampton has Candy Kitchen, and in Southampton there's Sip 'n Soda. Sip 'n Soda is a beloved institution in...

Kristi Hood Leaves Springs General Store

Kristi Hood Leaves Springs General Store

The Springs General Store under the 17-year ownership of Kristi Hood no longer exists. It now joins the growing list of epic popular establishments that have ended in the last 16 months on the east end. Places like World Pie, Babette’s, Boardy Barn, La Superica and The Bay Burger, to name a few. Under Ms. Hood the Springs...

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