Home & Garden

Groundworks Showroom Marries Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

For Groundworks Landscaping, the client experience and their passion for landscape design has led the company down a path of necessary expansion.

Planning for Summer at Sag Harbor Garden Center

Don’t let an early Easter fool you warns Phil Bucking, owner of the Sag Harbor Garden Center, which opened its doors for the season earlier this month.

Elizabeth Dow Creates Dialogue Between Wallcovering and Textiles

Locally, Elizabeth Dow is known for her namesake home goods store and its popular wall coverings and textiles.

Benjamin Glover: A Master in His Own Time

Though he may not possess the renown of a White, Hunt, or Trumbauer, Benjamin Glover contributed his share to the history of the American homestead

Madoo Talks Water

The Madoo Conservancy is pleased to announce our winter lecture series with three talks exploring the effects of landscape architecture on our waterways.

Caplan Rose: Guiding Travelers Through English Homes & Gardens

From Sag Harbor to the United Kingdom, Katharine Battle and Emily Goldstein are sharing their passion for spaces reflective of British culture.

“Lasata,” Jackie O’s Summer Home, Closes for $24 Million

Thursday, January 18: That is the day 121 Further Lane closed for $24 million with Douglas Elliman — a once-in-a-lifetime buy not only for its beauty, but for its legacy.

No End in Sight for Annual East Hampton House and Garden Tour

“We had 350 people last year. I often whisper that number very quickly,” reported Joseph Aversano, the event chairman, with a laugh.

Hollander Honored by Sag Harbor Partnership

Landscape architect Edmund Hollander was honored by the Sag Harbor Partnership on Sunday night at Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor.

East End Architecture At Top of Its Game

The mantles at Blaze Makoid Architecture and Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects just got even more impressive.

House: Serene in Sagaponack

The nearly $9.5 million, five-bedroom, six-bath estate is situated on a natural reserve, sited among mature specimen trees and wildflower gardens.

Bits and Banter: Valero at RJD, Maritime Festival Returns, Birdhouses are Back

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with Colombian artist and poet Armando Valero at RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton.

LongHouse Honors Nevins And Jarantoski

Mother Nature meets remarkable design at this year’s Landscape Awards Luncheon, which will be held on September 16 at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.

Makoid Explores Modern Architecture Inside and Out

Architect Blaze Makoid and the team at his namesake firm have been creating luxury residential spaces since Makoid founded the firm in 2001.

Wicker Wars at the East Hampton Antiques Show

The East Hampton Antiques Show will return to the pastoral grounds of Mulford Farm on July 22 and July 23 for its 11th year.

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Bonac Tennis Season Ends in Quarterfinals

Kevin McConville built his doubles teams during the last two seasons with the hope of sweeping three matches and stealing one at singles when it mattered most.

Whales Have a Long Time To Wait for a Baseball Game

Pierson was granted a playoff exemption and will play a New York State Class C Southeast Regional Final on June 8 against a team from either Section I or Section IX.

S. Sgt. Edwin R. Bill: Tennessee Mountain Proved More Deadly Than 38 B-17 Missions

Memorial Day is about remembering those men and women who gave their lives for their country, including those whom time is beginning to erase from living memory.One was Edwin Woodruff Bill, a descendant of whaling captains on both sides of his family tree who was born and raised in Sag Harbor.