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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?

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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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Rays of Sunshine
By Anne Marie O’Conner | July 27, 2015

“I’m trying to break the rules of the surf category,” says artist and fashion designer John “Sunshine” Margaritis, 29, who grew up in Roslyn, N.Y., and spent summers surfing in the Hamptons. In fact, he’...

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Anyone for Tennis
By Taylor Plimpton | July 27, 2015

I get it in my head sometimes that my dad wasn’t actually such a good father. He was often absent (if not physically, then mentally); he was too stiff and formal; he was incapable of expressing affection. But then I remind myself that when it came...

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