Articles

Posted by
Going Chrome
By Harry Hurt III | June 29, 2015

TONY INGRAO: THE VINTAGE VANGUARD 
Interior designer Tony Ingrao fell in love with his 1958 Bentley Continental Drop Head DHC at first sight. The vintage convertible wasn’t just...

Posted by

Posted by
Editor's Letter: What's Love Got to Do With It?
By Cristina Cuomo | June 29, 2015

In an effort to mask the creeping sadness that comes with a camp drop-off, we caught up on our shared love of comedy—specifically, listening to highlights from episodes of Ellen...

Posted by
Fourth of July Festivities
By The Editors | June 26, 2015

1. The Beach Boys at Guild Hall, July 3
The iconic ’60s California band brings their West Coast surfing style and “Fun,...

Posted by
Here Comes the Son
By Ray Rogers | June 23, 2015

Like most overnight successes, Ansel Elgort’s seemingly warp-speed rise to matinee idol fame came after years of blood, sweat and, in his case, tap. “When he was younger he would tap dance all around the house,” recalls his father,...

Posted by
East End Bounty
By The Editors | June 15, 2015

“Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer in Montauk, and the local farms are just starting to produce their first bounty. Alex Balsam, owner of Balsam Farms in Amagansett, is a longtime friend of mine and also produces some of the best...

Posted by
Fuss-Free Fitness
By Vanessa Karalis | June 9, 2015

1. AKT InMotion
After a successful Sag Harbor pop-up last summer, celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser welcomes her first permanent East End location, where Hamptonites can...

Posted by
Keeping the Peace
By Colleen Saidman Yee | May 29, 2015

I found yoga halfway through my life, and it’s a tool that continues to help me meet nearly every challenge I encounter. (It’s also helped me see where I’ve made mistakes in my life—and why.) Yoga’s benefits extend...

Posted by
Third Degree With… Duncan Sheik
By The Editors | May 29, 2015

The singer, songwriter and composer has been serenading audiences with his folk-pop tunes since his 1996 debut hit, “Barely Breathing”—and has been raking in Grammys and Tonys (two for Broadway’s Spring...

Posted by
Mug for the Shot
Interview by Terrie Sultan | May 29, 2015

Chuck Close is a study in perseverance. With only partial use of his limbs (he’s been wheelchair-bound since 1988), the famed artist, continues to “knit” large-scale, hyperfocused portraits, both with the camera and...

Posted by
Love at First Night
By Margaret Hoover | May 29, 2015

Someday, I’ll tell my children that I spent the first night I knew their father on his brown leather couch—in my suit. Too unwilling to show vulnerability by requesting a T-shirt from an unfamiliar, if intriguing, future colleague, I slept...

Posted by
East End Bounty
Jeremy Blutstein | Photo by Edwin Remsberg/VW Pics/ZUMAPRESS.com | May 29, 2015

We asked chef Jeremy Blutstein, who’s newly heading up East by Northeast (51 Edgemere St., Montauk), to share...

Syndicate content