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Garden Variety
By Suzanne Gannon | August 27, 2015

From the street, a walker out for her sunrise constitutional would not imagine the scale of the pop-art playground that lies behind the front gate of fashion designer Lisa Perry’s home in North Haven. Unless, of course, the walker happened to be...

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Food If By Sea
Harry Hurt III | August 27, 2015

The one sure way for seaworthy food lovers to beat the heat and the highway traffic this summer is to dock and dine. Just leave the car at home and go by private or charter boat to a sumptuous variety of casual and fine-dining establishments nestled in the...

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Smoove Talker
By J.B. Smoove | August 26, 2015

If you can believe it, growing up, in certain situations, I was the shy kid. Around my friends—or people I got comfortable with—I was the life of the party, but around new people, I was shy. I didn’t even try stand-up until I was in my 20s. At...

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Rock the Beach
By Ray Rogers | August 26, 2015

G.E. SMITH
Mr. Saturday Night
Sipping an iced coffee on the porch of his idyllic Amagansett home, venerable guitarist and former Saturday Night Live bandleader G.E. Smith describes his career as a...

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Alec's Next Act
Interview by David Nugent | August 25, 2015

David Nugent: OK, let’s jump right into this. How did you first get involved with the festival?
Alec Baldwin: I’d been coming out to the Hamptons year-round since I got a place here in the...

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Swimmingly Well
By The Editors | August 21, 2015

1. “I’m a Mexican-food lover. La Fondita, Blue Parrot, La Superica and...

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Third Degree With… Joy Behar
By The Editors | August 17, 2015

What five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Albert Einstein, he strikes me as very amusing; Sigmund Freud; Golda Meir [former prime minister of Israel]; Mel Brooks... but maybe that’s too...

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Born to Run
Interview by Christy Turlington Burns | August 17, 2015

Christy Turlington Burns: I first met you when you were around 11, the age Grace [my daughter] is now. And I met your family through my husband [director Ed Burns], who’s known you even longer. Can you tell me more...

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Coming Into Bloom
By Erika Bloom | August 17, 2015

Growing up as a professional dancer and athlete, movement has always been an integral part of my life. I spend my days engaging my clients to move with intelligence and refinement, to reconnect to their bodies in a way that seems to come so naturally for my...

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A Stable Pair
By Kerry and Mike Gaynor | August 17, 2015

Mike and I met while we were living in Chicago. We both grew up there. One December night, I was out with a girlfriend who knew the guy Mike was with, and we were introduced. That night Mike asked me to attend a fundraiser with him later in the week. We...

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Editor's Letter: Equine Equanimity
By Cristina Cuomo | August 17, 2015

Leonardo da Vinci drew them for their beauty; Shakespeare, in Richard III, had the king exclaim, “A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!” when he lost his steed and would trade all he had...

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Third Degree With… Eric Ripert
By The Editors | August 14, 2015

Which five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
The Dalai Lama, Geronimo, Auguste Escoffier, Beethoven and Brigitte Bardot

Spice you can’t live without?
I...

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