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Third Degree With… Paul Reiser
By The Editors | July 27, 2015

What’s your favorite thing about the Hamptons?
That it’s four minutes closer to Europe, which really only helps if you’re driving to Europe.

What’s your least favorite...

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Bendet Family Values
By Stacey Bendet | July 27, 2015

During the summer, our family tries to unplug from our gadgets and plug into the rhythms of nature (although, I completely exclude the long car ride out to the beach, during which I succumb to the power of the iPad). Almost every morning, I wake...

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Editor's Letter: Blame It on Laird
By Cristina Cuomo | July 17, 2015

That means it’s time to really start buckling down on those summer resolutions: Write that book; train that dragon; learn to surf. I began the daunting task of learning to surf a few years ago and, as my summer...

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Regional Refreshments
By Alicia Kort | July 16, 2015

1. Harmless Harvest
Founded by East Hampton native Justin Guilbert and his friend Doug Riboud in 2011, Harmless Harvest can now be found at specialty stores...

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The Family That Plays Together…
By Claudia Lebenthal | July 13, 2015

Life’s a beach for surf legend Laird Hamilton and fitness icon Gabrielle Reece, but you could hardly mistake these superstar athletes for beach bums. The professional big-wave surfer and former pro volleyball player have...

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All-American Girl
By The Editors | July 6, 2015

1. “I can never leave Rumrunner Home without buying something.” 62 Hampton Road, Southampton

2. “I learned...

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A Stand-Up Guy
By Al Madrigal | June 29, 2015

Seeing that this is the July 4th issue, I should start by telling you that I was born on the Fourth of July. It’s an incredible birthday. It always falls on the right day because, well, it’s a national holiday. Yes, it’s traumatic when you’re...

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The Birth of Soul
By Elizabeth Cutler | June 29, 2015

When I was in high school my best friend died of cancer. Something cracked open inside of me—a desire to connect with something profound, something beyond traditional medicine and healing. So I started searching.

My hunt led me to many...

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Independent Spirits
By Lea DeFrancisci Lis, M.D. | June 29, 2015

As parents, we want our children to grow up to be independent, healthy and happy adults, but it can be hard to know when to give them tough love and when to hold their hands. Following are some guidelines to help you through those tough...

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Almond Brothers
By James Servin | June 29, 2015

Almond restaurant proprietors Jason Weiner and Eric Lemonides first schmoozed with each other at the age of 6, when both attended a holiday buffet thrown by Weiner’s father’s business partner in...

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An Isola in Wainscott
Gael Greene | Photography by Christopher Clarke | June 29, 2015

The sprawling roadhouse hidden away across from the Wainscott Seafood Shop has had a long and checkered résumé in the years since Tim Gaglio worked for NYC restaurateur Pino Luongo’s Sapore di Mare (which once...

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All You Need is Love
Produced by The Editors | June 29, 2015

KUMI SAWYERS AND DANIELLE FARRELL: MODEL CITIZENS
Montauk was the place to which Kumi and I would escape. We went originally to heal our broken hearts and ended up falling in love with the land.

We were both...

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