XO ON THE GO

Pickelball Is the Fastest Growing Sport for People Over 50

According to the USA Pickleball Association (USAPA), the cultish sport of pickleball acquired its name in a fit of circumstance.

THE SUMMER BOOK

HOME & GARDEN

An East Hampton Garden with Historical Context

Walking through Rachel’s Garden, an 18th century garden at the historic Mulford Farm, Leslie Clarke of the Garden Club of East Hampton talked about the plant species and how colonists would have used them centuries ago.

FESTIVAL

Seaman Paints the Sea

The art of Japanese fish rubbing, or gyotaku, is a lengthy process involving washing, cleaning and drying fish, then applying ink to it, pressing it against rice paper or fabric and using your hands to create an image of the fish.

A Desire to Include

It’s Apple Season at Harbes

HARVEST

Tom Colicchio Is at Home in His Garden in Mattituck

More often than not, Tom Colicchio does not think of himself as a chef. He knows his place, depending on the kitchen.

THE HOLIDAY BOOK

Clergy See a Way Forward

Reverend Karen Campbell glanced at Rabbi Dan Geffen to her left and Reverend Kimberly Quinn Johnson to her right, and Reverend Peter Devaraj and interfaith minister Nancy Remkus across the aisle at the Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor. “Oh, am I fortunate,” she recalled thinking to herself.

The Shops of Christmas

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An East Hampton Garden with Historical Context

Walking through Rachel’s Garden, an 18th century garden at the historic Mulford Farm, Leslie Clarke of the Garden Club of East Hampton talked about the plant species and how colonists would have used them centuries ago.

Shaping East End Landscapes From One Generation to the Next

At Charlie & Sons, a family legacy can be seen in the trees. The tallest belong to Charles “Doc” Whitmore and his wife, Eleanor, who co-founded the original Whitmore-Worsley nursery in East Hampton almost 75 years ago.

Seeing the Natural World Through Plein Air

Within a living garden, change is guaranteed. And for a plein air painter, it is constant.