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5 New East End Foodie Spots
By Beth Landman | June 20, 2016

1. Once home to mostly fish shacks and pancake houses, Montauk continues to evolve into more of a food mecca, worthy of the long drive down the Napeague stretch. Dave and Julie Marcley have vacated the town’s...

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3 Spots to Get Beach-Ready in a Snap
By Anne Marie O’Connor | June 10, 2016

1. Barre and Cardio Dance in East Hampton
Elements Fitness Studio expands with...

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5 Unique Summer Camps for Kids
By Liane Nelson | June 6, 2016

1. The Art Farm On Wheels
This camp, which picks up campers right at their doors, features daily excursions around the Hamptons. Activities include sports,...

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Nature of the Beast
Interview by Ross Bleckner | June 2, 2016

Ross Bleckner: Tell me about Fur and Flesh.
Judith Hudson: I’ve been painting intimate moments involving women,...

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Hamptons Haven
By A.M. Homes | June 2, 2016

I think of myself as a relative newcomer to the Hamptons—it’s only been 30 years. ... I arrived in the mid-’80s as a writer-in-residence at Edward Albee’s barn, a rustic retreat in the hills of Montauk. Our quarters were where the stable...

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Cue the Music
By Frank DiLella | June 2, 2016

FIRST ENCOUNTER
Mario: We met at Don’t Tell Mama—the cabaret bar, on June 20, 1990—but I was seeing someone in Boston at the time.
Jerry: Ohhh, scandal! I saw Mario at the piano...

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Fresno's Four Seasons
Ray Rogers | Photography by Eric Striffler | June 2, 2016

“The joke around here is that it’s like the Cheers of the Hamptons,” says Executive Chef Gretchen Menser, surveying the clientele gathered around...

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5 Pop-Ups to Shop This Season
By Charlotte DeFazio | June 2, 2016

1. Club Monaco x Dannijo
Club Monaco partnered with Danielle and Jodie of Dannijo to curate an exclusive vintage capsule collection of 19th century lace...

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Going Country
By The Editors | May 24, 2016

1. “Which beach do I love? I would never tell you that in a million years.”

2. “We go to the farm stands every single day. We cook every single day. We don’t go out very much. We went...

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Third Degree With Chelsea Handler
By The Editors | May 24, 2016

What can audiences expect from your new talk show, Chelsea
They can expect a more grown-up show from a woman who refuses to ever really grow up. 

What’s the most...

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Hot Summer Jams
By James Servin | May 24, 2016

ZIGGY MARLEY: THE REGGAE WARRIOR
Spending carefree days with his family on the beaches near his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley would often accompany his legendary father, Bob Marley, on morning jogs and swims. “He...

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Editor's Letter: Keeping the Faith
By Cristina Cuomo | May 24, 2016

At age 12, my first concert—the question we posed to our esteemed contributors in this issue—was Violent Femmes at Carnegie Hall. I followed that with regular reggae shows at Bay Street Theatre in Sag...

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