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Curl Power
Micah Abrams | July 14, 2014

“I had to leave Montauk two days ago, and it was one of the hardest times for me,” says Quincy Davis, who’s no stranger to leaving her hometown. “I just wasn’t ready.”

The 19-year-old surfer is on the phone from San Clemente,...

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Seize the Day
Gael Greene | July 7, 2014

Sex before breakfast? One can only hope. But once I stand up, I need my coffee. And I’m fussy—I carry my Santo Domingo blend with me when I go visiting in the Hamptons. Typically I have fruit or yogurt early and go somewhere easy with my friends for...

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Good Ride Number Nine: Bernice
John Waters | July 7, 2014

The sun is coming up and there’s no such thing as rush-hour traffic in this part of the country but, yet again (!), the very first car that approaches pulls over. The problem is, how do I get in? The entire vehicle, a...

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Warhol of Fame
The Editors | July 7, 2014

Ross Bleckner: How are you?
Bob Colacello: I’m OK. A little frantic.

Does that have anything to do with the fact that your old Andy Warhol book, Holy Terror, has just been reissued?...

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Cats in the Cradle
Beth Ostrosky Stern | July 7, 2014

Call us crazy. We love cats.

Since June of last year, my husband, Howard, and I have fostered and found homes for more than 55 cats and kittens. We’ve had only two “foster failures,” meaning we weren’t able to let go,...

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Beach Living
Cristina Cuomo | July 7, 2014

1. Custom-designed Beach necklace
We asked jewelry designer John Arzoian to design a summery Beach necklace using our logo, which was created by master calligrapher Bernard Maisner. $189, at...

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Editor's Letter: June 25-July 15, 2014
Cristina Cuomo | July 3, 2014

I live to laugh and love—the two go hand in hand. Life is complicated, and I try to find the humor in everyday chaos, especially within my own household. It’s hard to maintain any semblance of order,...

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Simon & Jonny’s Excellent Adventure
Simon Doonan | July 3, 2014

YENTAS, SHOWGIRLS AND SHOCKING THE RABBI
Jonny and I met on a blind date. We were both a couple of duds. A yenta introduced us—a mutual friend who said, “You guys would get on,”...

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