XO ON THE GO

Having Fun With Boats: Even If You Don’t Actually Own One

The huge spike in demand for power boats and yachts of all sizes caused by the coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly challenging for prospective owners to find the exact make and model they’re looking for.

THE SUMMER BOOK

HOME & GARDEN

Design A Garden For Pleasure All Year Long

When droves of New Yorkers fled to their second homes six months ago, all it took was one look at their gardens to realize it wasn’t summertime in the Hamptons.

FESTIVAL

Poliwoda Takes Charge at the East End Seaport Museum

In the heart of the Village of Greenport’s transportation hub, the end point for those traveling by sea, train, and bus, the picturesque backdrop of the harbor fuels the inspiration for the East End Seaport Museum and Foundation.

HARVEST

Chef’s Connection To Local Farms Has Deep Roots

Growing up in Cutchogue, Cheryl Stair remembers her mom bringing plates of food to local farmers — dishes that featured their own freshly-picked produce — as a show of appreciation for their craft.

THE HOLIDAY BOOK

Presents You Make Yourself

Many people are finding they still have more time on their hands and more hours spent at home than usual, making it the perfect year to consider filling those gift lists with homemade, do-it-yourself creations.

Mulled Wine To Warm The Soul

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Having Fun With Boats: Even If You Don’t Actually Own One

The huge spike in demand for power boats and yachts of all sizes caused by the coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly challenging for prospective owners to find the exact make and model they’re looking for.

Blown Away: Fairbank’s “The Lost Boys of Montauk” Explores Lives Lost to the Sea

How does one go about telling the stories of those who can no longer speak for themselves? Especially the story of someone who has disappeared off the face of the earth without a trace, never to be seen or heard from again, yet forever mourned? If you’re like writer Amanda M. Fairbanks, the story of the missing is best told through the memories of those they’ve left behind.

Southampton Village: Where Society Has Summered For More Than A Century

outhampton Village has become a resort town with an international reputation, its very name conjuring the notion of a "Summer Colony." But it very much remains a small town, with a growing year-round population and a history that few small towns can match.