Model and actress Christie Brinkley sold and closed on her longtime Fahys Road estate last week, fetching “very close” to the $17.99-million asking price.
Quality of life is at the center of both a caregiver’s work and what an individual hopes to maintain as they age.
Tapping into a running theme in Sag Harbor, the new bookstore’s logo will feature a whale, of course.
Treating Mom to a Mother’s Day brunch is classic as it gets — but East End vibes and views only make it better.
Enter Love For Mama, a Southampton-based company Denielle Elliston founded for mothers of all kinds.
We may only just be entering the moment of spring weather, but, at East Hampton’s 1770 House, spring has unquestionably sprung.
Beloved Beacon classics will return for the Sag Harbor restaurant’s 21st season — kicking off Wednesday, May 15.
If you ask Ryland Hilbert about trends for this season, he’ll tell you the term is an archaic view of fashion.
The new owner offered to close the bar at 2 a.m. in order to appease concerns raised by Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Austin J. McGuire at the March 20 hearing.
For the first time in 50 years, Edward Albee’s Montauk estate hit the East End real estate market. And following a swift $16-million closing, it is officially back off.
Joe Smith’s career began as a dishwasher for James and Linda Eklund at the Chequit Inn on Shelter Island.
To create a homeopathic remedy, one must look at the whole body as it’s the bigger picture that needs healing.
Bonnie Grice will return to the airwaves next week on Sag Harbor’s WLNG Radio, 92.1 FM.
Combatting this as part of its annual Earth Day initiative, GeekHampton will host its community e-waste recycling event beginning this Friday.
Time is running out to sign up for a spring special at Hamptons Gym Corp., on sale through Sunday, April 21 — and starting the very next day.