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Closer to Heaven
By The Editors | July 14, 2016


1. “We call our favorite place the One-Hour Beach, because there is a sign there that says one-hour parking only. But really it’s the far end of Hither Hills...

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Editor's Letter: Home, Sweet Home
By Cristina Cuomo | July 14, 2016

Everyday activities like camp drop-offs and pickups, goodbyes and hellos, are their baby steps on the tarmac to independence as they prepare to leave home. Deep down, you hope the connection you’re making...

Supermodel Carolyn Murphy at home in Sag Harbor

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American Beauty
By Cristina Cuomo | July 14, 2016

One summer Saturday, as I was making my way through her eclectic whaling house nestled in Sag Harbor where one tiny room gives way to another, each filled with antiques and collectibles like bells, shells, clocks and federal eagle mirrors set...

5 New Stores to Explore in the Hamptons

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5 New Stores to Explore
By Charlotte DeFazio | July 11, 2016

1. Aurate New York
Bouchra Ezzahraoui and Sophie Kahn launched a pop-up for their philanthropic fine jewelry brand of exquisite baubles...

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Top 5 Weeklong Summer Camps
By Jenna Pearsall | July 1, 2016

1. AeroCamp
The sky’s the limit for campers as they explore all the possibilities aerospace and aviation have to offer with first-hand...

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Broad Strokes
By Cristina Cuomo | June 29, 2016

You guys have been friends for 40 years.
Eric Fischl: It’s been a long time. It seems like only yesterday.

Whose idea was it to put this show together?
Terrie Sultan:...

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Shadow Box
By George Plimpton | June 29, 2016

It was after midnight when Norman Mailer and I drove out to N’Sele to join the entourage for the fight, which was scheduled for four a.m. to suit the closed-circuit television viewers in the U.S. Deprived of a féticheur ceremony, we had...

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Third Degree With Paul Reiser
By Anne Marie O’Connor | June 29, 2016

The Hamptons or Malibu?
I subscribe to the Jay Leno line: When you move to L.A., the beach is on the wrong side. It still feels that way to me. East Coast water is also a little more fun to swim...

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A D-Lister Takes the East End
By Kathy Griffin | June 29, 2016

I’ve only been to the Hamptons once. Several years ago, Anderson Cooper gave a friend and me the keys to his (now former) house. We arrived when Anderson was live on the air, so I immediately started doing what I...

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Quick-Fire Challenge
By Harry Hurt III | Photography by Ryan Moore | June 29, 2016

I stood in the kitchen at Little Red with sweat beads the size of heirloom tomatoes forming on my brow. Chef Bob Abrams, a short, bespectacled...

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Truth, Justice and the American Way
By Cristina Cuomo | June 29, 2016

When I arrive at the secluded North Haven enclave where Carl Bernstein lives with his wife, Christine, he’s on his porch gazing out at his pond, holding an envelope. “Oh, you’ll love this,...

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