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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 16, 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?

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Life is Bountiful
By Ray Rogers | August 14, 2015

“This is the garden of Eden right here!” says Susan Rockefeller, clutching a fresh bouquet of parsley, basil and red leaf lettuce for the impromptu dinner party she’s about to host at her 1870s Bridgehampton farmhouse. As she hunches over...

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A Blondie Moment
By Michael Musto | August 14, 2015

Hello, Debbie. Are you a Hamptons person?
Not generally. I used to go to Southampton a lot. Why do you ask?

Because Celebrity Autobiography is coming to the Hamptons.
I’m just a pawn in...

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Editor's Letter: A Literary Meal
By Cristina Cuomo | August 11, 2015

This year, the annual benefit for East Hampton’s LongHouse Reserve was called On Gossamer Wings. As I opened my invitation to the dinner, I thought of the intricate connections between literature, nature and food...

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Reaping the Harvest
By David Loewenberg | August 11, 2015

1. Corn and Tomatoes
Late summer vegetables include two of my favorites: corn and tomatoes. Heirloom tomatoes are delicious and beautiful in all colors and shapes. Toss the tomatoes with corn kernels taken off the cob...

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A Most Magnificent Year
Interview by Bradley Cooper | July 31, 2015

Bradley Cooper: So what were your thoughts when taking on the role of Dr. Fredrik Treves in The Elephant Man?
Alessandro Nivola: Well, like you, I’d seen the movie. I hadn...

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In the Navy
James Servin | Photography by Noah Fecks | July 30, 2015

It’s all hands on deck when the five partners of Navy Beach, Montauk’s stylish family-friendly restaurant, pull together to create another winning season—their sixth...

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"And You'll Be Reading…"
By The Editors | July 27, 2015

1. Adrift 
By Paul Griffin ($18, Scholastic Press)
“Five teenagers set out on the waters off Montauk in this fast-paced young adult novel. The challenging Atlantic...

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