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The Stocking Stuffer Hunt

By Marissa Maier A few weeks ago a couple of friends and I stood on a New York City subway platform waiting for a train....

Don’t Forget to Breathe at the Office

By Marissa Maier Whether by plane, train or automobile, long journeys always seem to take a toll on one's body. From deep aches in the...

When Smaller is Better

By Marissa Maier Like a purveyor at a farmers market who offers expert produce advice, Debbie Rudoy provides the same personal touch at her contemporary...

Romancing the Harbor: Local Girl Brings in a Little Retail Love

By Marissa Maier Dawn Berkoski, a Sag Harbor native, is intent on bringing some romance back to her hometown. No, she isn't going to serenade...

Southampton’s Businesses Embrace Arts District

By Annette Hinkle The East End economic model has long been driven by the summer season. As a world class destination, the area draws visitors...

Hidden Treasures

In 1994, D.A. Pennebaker was edging the walls underneath his staircase. The space was hollow, lined with bricks and used to store wood for...

Business Help From Those Who Went Before

By Annette Hinkle For over 15 years, business partners Greg Kirwan and Mike Hartman have worked diligently to build their pool construction and maintenance company....

Weather Gear Company, Once Started in Sag Harbor, Returns to the South Fork

By Andrew Rudansky In the late-1970s a small store opened up in Sag Harbor catering especially to the sailors and fishermen in the area. That...

A Variety of Fitness Solutions Under One Roof

By Andrew Rudansky In the past five years, 264 Butter Lane has quickly become one of the premier fitness and wellness locations in the Hamptons....

The Whalebone Returns Rejuvenated

By Andrew Rudansky It has been a year and a half since The Whalebone in Noyac has last been open for business. The general store...

Getting Sized Up by Johnny Pants

By Andrew Rudansky Walk into Back to Basics, the newest shop in Sag Harbor, located at 8 Main Street, and store owner ”Johnny Pants” —...

Wheeling Into Fitness in Sag Harbor

By Marianna Levine Summer is almost here, which means going to the beach in a bathing suit; and if that thought doesn’t get you to...

Designing With Water

By Marianna Levine Ray Smith and Associate’s aqua garden designer, Ed Drohan is so enthusiastic about his work that he relates his wife has been...

Dan’s Papers Publisher Files for Chapter 11

The publisher of the Bridgehampton-based Dan’s Papersfiled for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week, although this week Dan’s Papers founder Dan Rattiner said in a written...

Unlimited Earthcare: Inspiration From Nature

By Marianna Levine Frederico Azevedo, award-winning designer and owner of Unlimited Earth Care in Bridgehampton, may live and design in the Hamptons, but his aesthetic...

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Philanthropists and Artists Create Grant For Struggling Performers, Artists and Art Educators

With professionals in all sorts of arts fields currently suffering from lack of work on the East End, Andrea Grover and other members of the Hamptons Arts Network decided to create a grant program for struggling artists. Then artists Eric Fischl and Clifford Ross jumped into the effort and ran with it.

Welcome to the Green Room: Director Marcia Milgrom Dodge Looks Back at her Bay...

There’s nothing like forced downtime to inspire a busy person to focus on organizational tasks, and in recent months, director Marcia Milgrom Dodge has been spending her days at home, rifling through old boxes in the small Manhattan apartment she shares with her husband, Anthony Dodge. And in those boxes, Dodge has discovered forgotten gold — buried treasure in the form of scripts, photographs, playbills and opening night congratulatory messages from the plays Dodge directed and choreographed for Bay Street Theater between 1999 and 2013.

Shelter Island Artist and Ferry Captain is Charting the Course for her Future

Carefully sketching in her studio space, 28-year-old Jodi Bentivegna let her long brown hair fall to the side as she nudged her glasses to look up and greet Southampton Arts Center (SAC) patrons. This was way back on February 9, and the young artist was excited to debut her work at one of the largest art museum’s on the East End.