On Friday afternoon, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd was spotted having lunch at 75 Main in Southampton.
Usher stopped by Almond in Bridgehampton on Friday night in search of a late night meal, but unfortunately for the Hands of Stone actor, the kitchen had already closed. He was in luck though, as the manager gave him directions to Almond’s closely located new bar Zigmund’s, whose kitchen remains open until 1 a.m. Usher ended up at the new Bridgehampton locale, where he dined on bar menu items and even stuck around to hang out with a bunch of the crew afterwards.
On Friday, honoree Janna Bullock hosted a private Hamptons dinner party in support of Hour Children’s upcoming annual East End Dream Extreme Fundraiser on Saturday, September 17th. The gathering was attended by Brody Jenner and Kaitlynn Carter, Ramona Singer, Nicole Miller and many more.
It was a friendly battle of artists versus writers at Herrick Park in East Hampton on Saturday. Former New York Yankees manager and current MLB Chief Baseball Officer, Joe Torre, threw out the 68th annual Artists & Writers Charity Softball Game’s first pitch and former New York Mets reliever John Franco took the mound to pitch a few innings for the Writers team, who defeated the Artists team 9-6. Proceeds from this year’s game will be donated to the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, Phoenix House Academy, The Retreat and East End Hospice.
Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Nina Agdal were involved in a fender bender in East Hampton on Saturday. The Revenant actor’s Range Rover was rear-ended by a woman driving a Mini Cooper. Police noted that no one was injured from the accident, and an ambulance did respond to make sure everyone was fine.
Kelly Killoren Bensimon and fashion designer Jill Stuart enjoyed dinner on the deck at the Surf Lodge with Bob Melet of Melet Mercantile while Dan Auerbach’s The Arcs performed on Saturday night. Comedian Seth Herzog and Christie Brinkley’s son, Jack Brinkley-Cook, were also at the Montauk hotspot.
This year’s star-studded Apollo in the Hamptons – held at billionaire Ron Perelman’s Creeks estate in East Hampton – included a surprise duet from Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, who treated the audience to Go Ahead And Break My Heart – a song that the couple wrote and debuted on their NBC show The Voice. Guests enjoyed additional performances from Lionel Richie, Jon Bon Jovi, Kimberly Nichole, Pharrell Williams, and Usher. Attendees included Jennifer Lopez, Katie Holmes, Jack Nicholson, Christie Brinkley, Don Johnson, Sandra Lee and Andrew Cuomo, Megalyn Echikunwoke and Chris Rock, John McEnroe, Donny Deutsch, Robert Kraft, Charlie Rose, Mayor Bill de Blasi, and David Foster. Stefani, who headlined the event, also performed Hollaback Girl and Don’t Speak. Richie sung Hello and All Night Long, and Jon Bon Jovi performed Everyday People. The event raised nearly $5 million for the Apollo’s arts education programs.
The Michael Bolton Charities held “An Evening Under The Stars” at a private residence in Bridgehampton on Saturday. Hosted by Bill O’Reilly, the intimate Hamptons fundraising dinner and auction honored Joe and Ali Torre, founders of The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation, with The Michael Bolton Charities Lifetime Achievement award. The evening, which was produced by Lawrence Scott Events, also included a live performance from the charity’s founder, Michael Bolton.
Rapper O.T. Genasis had the crowd at Richie Hosein and Zach Erdem’s A.M Southampton amped while he performed his hits I’m In Love With The Coco and Cut It on Saturday.
Bobby Flay stopped by Nick & Toni’s in East Hampton on Sunday night, where he dined on the patio with a friend.
Arrow star Nolan Funk was spotted at Sotto Sopra in Amagansett on Sunday. Harvey Weinstein was also there, dining at a separate table.
Uma Thurman dined with a friend at Union Cantina in Southampton. The duo noshed on Vegan nachos, spicy guacamole, queso dip, chicken and American tacos.
Oliver Stone presented a special screening of his movie Snowden to the likes of Christie Brinkley, Katie Couric, Don Lemon, Dick Cavett, Joy Behar, Peggy Noonan and more in East Hampton on Sunday. Following the viewing, the audience stopped by the Blue Parrot in East Hampton.