Dan's Papers July 8th , 2011
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It's been long anticipated. A collaboration of Daniel Boulud and Pino Grigio, it had been swamped with callers wishing to make reservations since it was announced as "coming soon" last May, as everybody knows from the reports in The Post and The News. Now it is here. And what an opening night it was. Alec Baldwin huddled with Jack Nicholson in the banquette overlooking the fountain. With them was Kathleen Turner, looking as beautiful as ever. Billy Joel was at the table overlooking the boats with a bunch of lovely young things. His boat was right out front of course. So was Jimmy Buffett's. He sat at table 4, right by the maitre d' stand with Steven Spielberg. (The maitre d', by the way, is Eliot Spitzer, a curious choice.) Buffett and a friend of his, who we think was East Hampton Village Mayor Paul Rickenbach, were discussing Christie's Broadway debut in Chicago. As for me, I had a table for eight, as I always do, and with me were Bianca Jagger and Yoko Ono, who I had coaxed out from the Dakota for the weekend. I had wanted her to meet Paul Simon, who surprised us by showing up with his once-upon-a-time partner Art Garfunkel, who he said was out at his place for the weekend. I also had Bonnie and Stewart Lane at my table. Also Donald Trump and Prince William. Apparently, there is a new royal palace afoot in Brighton and Trump is going to have his name on the door. At least that's what the two of them said. Although they did have a bit to drink at the time. At the next table, Paul McCartney and his bride-to-be Nancy Shevell were sharing a margarita. And two tables over from that were Sean Diddy Combs and Martha Stewart discussing some charity or other. We've certainly had our fill of charities already for the summer and it's only July. Executive Chef Pierre Mistraux, newly hired away from Restaurant Baux, the only restaurant in France ever to get five Michelin stars, made an appearance, accompanied by a line of waiters at 6:30 p.m., bringing a special chef's treat--black caviar and truffled sour cream on cumin baguette puffs--for everybody. It was very well appreciated. Jerry Seinfeld and Gwyneth Paltrow were at table 2 with Mercedes Ruehl, and they were deep in a conversation about the impact that Lenny Bruce had on comedy all those years ago. Canoodling at table 6 by the kitchen was Kim Kardashian with her fianc� Kris Humphries, the Nets' forward. Also at the table was Vera Wang, deep in some fashion conversation with (continued on page 20) Dan Rattiner's second memoir, IN THE HAMPTONS TOO: Further Encounters with Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires and Celebrities, is now available in hardcover wherever books are sold. The first memoir, IN THE HAMPTONS, published by Random House, is now available in paperback. 1051 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 18 South O' the Highway (and the North too) `Tween dream Justin Bieber and his girlfriend, actress Selena Gomez, swung by the Candy Kitchen for ice cream after picking up beach attire at Flying Point Surf and Sport in Bridgehampton last weekend. The couple reportedly spent the holiday on a yacht in Sag Harbor. * * * Southampton Mayor Mark Epley hit the small screen in the season premiere of USA's "Royal Pains" last week. "Today" show host and Hamptons resident Matt Lauer will soon do the same in a cameo appearance scheduled to air in August. * * * Steve Martin played banjo and abluegrass with the Steep Canyon Rangers at Guild Hall in East Hampton last Saturday. Amagansett's Alec Baldwin joined in for a post-performance dinner and discussion. * * * "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon is reportedly closing on a Sagaponack property this week. The 1850s farmhouse on Parsonage Lane has six bedrooms, two cottages and an apple orchard, and is selling for $5.7 million. * * * Martha Stewart talked about her perfect Hamptons weekend on her blog last week. On the agenda? A wedding celebration and baby shower for W editor Stefano Tonchi and partner David Maupin in Springs, and a birthday party for Tony Bennett at the home of Allen and Debbie Grubman. Stewart took a class at Yoga Shanti in Sag Harbor on Saturday. * * * Hamptons residents Ina Garten and Alec Baldwin hosted "Barefoot Under the Stars," an evening of dinner and dancing benefiting Group for the East End. More than 400 guests attended, including Nicole Miller, B. Smith, Dan Gasby, Kim Taipale, Angela LaGreca, Kirk Ressler, Robiann Mackin, Paul Kreilling and Libby Readel. The event was held at W�lffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack. * * * Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts enjoyed dinner at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. * * * India Ennenga, the 16-year-old actor who plays Sofia, the daughter of Creighton Bernette (John Goodman) and Toni Bernette (Melissa Leo) in the HBO series "Treme" was seen with her mom leaving East Hampton Gourmet Foods on Newtown Lane. She also appeared alongside Jada Pinkett Smith, Eva Mendes and Meg Ryan in The Women. She played Molly Haines, the daughter of Mary Haines (Meg Ryan). * * * Southampton's Cassandra Seidenfeld Lyster and Robin Cofer are Honorary 5124 (continued on page 26) LYNN NOVEMBER, SVP 631.680.4111 | email@example.com �2011 Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities. An independently owned and operated broker member of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc., a Prudential Financial company. Prudential, the Prudential logo and the Rock symbol are service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license. Equal Housing Opportunity. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 20 Cafe (continued from page 17) Nicole Miller about a particular shade of white. At table 7, next to them, was developer Harry Macklowe discussing the troubles in Abu Dhabi with investment banker Ron Baron. Around 9, Ben Bernanke, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, showed up with his wife and sat at a table they had reserved by the patio. Elie Tahari was at table 8, playing a very intense game of chess with the new owner of the New Jersey Nets, Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, who, people say, is just a slot below being a grand master. With Tahari was a beautiful young woman from the chorus line of Spider-Man, as he told me, her arm linked with his. I had a wonderful baked duck dish, with an accompaniment of lobster fromelarde and string beans a la Reykjavik. It is the restaurant's signature dish, of course. A lot of people talked about Mistraux's imaginative cuisine, and Kim Cattrall said, that frankly, she hoped he would make another appearance at the end of the evening, but he never did. Christie Brinkley arrived just after midnight, all smiles, having flown out with Ron Perelman in his new jet helicopter after the completion of her final performance of Chicago at the Ambassador Theater. Now she's off to London. At around 1 a.m., just before closing, Prince Albert Alexandre Pierre Grimaldi of Monaco arrived in his 210-foot yacht "Carmella," which stuck out from the largest of the slips in front of the caf�. Most of his entourage stayed on the boat, where they were fed yummy "to-go" dishes from the kitchen. The restaurant officially closed for the night at 2, but there were those of us who chose to stay on, because a very special guest had reserved a table on opening night after closing for his own private party. It was none other than Barack and Michelle Obama, who walked in the door. Barack is just back from South Africa. Michelle was in from the White House. Accompanying the President and First Lady were Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his wife Judith Nathan and Barbra Streisand in from the coast. We'd all wondered why the owners had put in a basketball hoop on the front lawn, and now we knew why. A latecomer to the after-party, General David Petraeus arrived by special military seaplane from Afghanistan at 2:30 a.m., and the President and he went at it in the old one on one, which the President won, but which the President graciously said the General had let him win. (The police did get a few phone calls from neighbors, but what could they do?). Some of the restaurant goers had to be driven home at three in the morning by the staff, and you probably know who they were, don't you, we all do--some of them were leftover from when the restaurant was officially open earlier in the evening--but we won't tell anybody about that. We also won't tell about all the men who left with women other than who they came in with. That would not be nice. I'm told there are a few tables that still haven't been booked for some during-the-week evenings this summer, although for the rest, there's not a seat to be had until after the Hamptons International Film Festival in October. You might just give the restaurant a call and book a couple of those random tables, or, maybe there will be a cancellation or something. J Lo, Paris Hilton, Justin Timberlake and Madonna had been expected for opening night, but had to cancel for one reason or another. Their table, table 10, remained vacant and forlorn-- apparently each thought one of the others had canceled. Of course, you could always come with me to my table for eight. I have it reserved every night of the summer. I left with two old friends--Alan Alda's wife Arlene on one arm and designer Betsy Johnson on the other. Of course, my wife was laughing at some of the others coming out with us too. That Walter Isaacson is such a card with all these Einstein jokes. He actually told jokes about light bulbs, Einstein did. It was a memorable moment for me, those light bulb jokes. I won't talk at all about the fight between "Housewives of New York" Jill Zarin and singer Courtney Love. There was a lot of flying from the chandeliers and hair pulling about something. But you know how it is. I'd call it a successful opening, I would. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 21 How to End Recession A Good Old-Fashioned War Will Do It By Dan Rattiner What to do about getting us out of this terrible recession? President Obama last week announced that he is withdrawing troops from Afghanistan and bringing them home, not only because he thinks the war is in hand, but also because he wants to spend the $73 billion it costs us every year at home. I can't agree with him more, but not because we are wasting money fighting this war. I agree with him because Afghanistan is just a piddly little country and simply isn't big enough for the money it costs to fight to bring us out of this recession. What we need to do is find a much bigger country to go to war with. One where the costs might be $10 trillion a year. Now that would be a proper jolt for this economy. It amazes me how we have simply failed to pay any attention to how we got out of the Great Depression. We were in the Depression for nine years, and then, in 1939, we came flying out of it by dropping everything we were (continued on page 24) $30 MILLION FROM POOSPATUCK TO COSTA RICA? By Dan Rattiner Now here's an interesting sequence of events. You go to an Indian smoke shop on the 55-acre Poospatuck Indian Reservation in Mastic where the Indians live in small bungalows or trailers, and thinking you might help them out and help yourself too, buy a carton or two of cigarettes. You save money because you don't have to pay the State taxes. They make money because, well, they have no competition in selling the cigarettes without the taxes. Shops off the reservation have to pay the taxes. The Indian reservations in this state, here on Long Island at the Poospatuck Reservation and the Shinnecock Reservation, have been selling smokes without charging taxes for 30 years or more. Their argument is that on the reservation they don't report to the United States of America. So far, anyway, in spite of lawsuits from various merchants and some legal opinions, the State has declined to step in and cut off what appears to many to be the Indian's sole source of income. Well, on the larger Shinnecock Reservation, this much-needed income has indeed helped the population as a whole in many ways, but on the Poospatuck Reservation, it now seems to have been a whole different matter. There have been hints of this. The Gristedes food chain sued over the failure to collect the cigarette tax saying it was costing them millions every year. New York's Mayor Bloomberg filed papers saying that several hundred million dollars a year in cigarette taxes were not coming his way. There is little visible improvement in the way of life there. Well, then, where was the income going? (continued on next page) 3361 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 22 Poospatuck (continued from previous page) Two years ago, Rodney Morrison, who ran the Peace Pipe Smoke Shop on the Poospatuck Reservation, was tried and convicted of operating a bootlegging scheme involving the sale of untaxed cigarettes. The cigarettes weren't just being sold in the shop, they were also being sold, in bulk, from behind the shop to be resold in New York City. But an Appeals Court Judge overturned the conviction, saying Morrison did not have clear knowledge that what he did was illegal. On the other hand, Morrison had also been convicted of a weapons charges. And he is currently in prison serving a 10-year sentence because of that. He had also been charged with murder, arson, extortion and robbery, but was acquitted of those charges. Although the smoke shop operation continued after Morrison was sent off, the Philip Morris Company announced it would no longer sell its cigarettes to the Poospatuck cigarette shops. It's main competitor, Lorillard, did not follow suit, however. So you can buy some brands at the Poospatuck shop, but not others. Now, an arrest has been made in Costa Rica that appears to explain all this in a very clear way. The arrest was announced in Newsday last week, the day after the arrest was announced in Costa Rica. It seems that Rodney Morrison's halfbrother, Carlos Pascall, who used to work at the Poospatuck Smoke Shop with Morrison, arrived in Costa Rica a few years ago and began behaving as a rich businessman. He bought a hotel, a supermarket, a discotheque, a restaurant, and also a major Costa Rican professional soccer team called the Limon Futbol Club. People respect a big tycoon when he comes to town like that. Now Pascall is in jail and has been ordered held in jail for the next six months while Costa Rican authorities gather the evidence to support what they have charged him with. He's accused of money laundering, which as you know is figuring out a way to bring a whole lot of money from one place to another in hocuspocus fashion so nobody knows about it. According to Costa Rica's chief prosecutor in the case, Hernandez Ramirez, Pascall's money came from Morrison, just before Morrison was arrested and charged here in the United States. He said that Morrison knew the cops here in America would be coming. He knew they'd be looking for the money he'd made. And so he gave it to his half-brother and sent him off to Costa Rica. Pascall has dual citizenship. Here's the amazing part. The authorities say the amount involved is $30 million. That's a hell of a lot of cigarettes. And a hell of a lot of money appears not to have trickled down to the rest of the tribe in any meaningful way. It also speaks volumes about what may have been trucks pulling up to the little smoke shop in the middle of the night to meet other trucks pulling up to the smoke shop in the middle of the night, with Morrison counting the money as the middleman. There are those that say that as much as 10% of all the cigarettes sold in the City of New York do not bear the State tax stamp on the bottom and are believed to have passed in and out of the gates of the Poospatuck reservation in Mastic. In Costa Rica, Pascall, taken from his home and put under arrest, said, "I am calm, my money is legitimate. I am open to any investigation." After Pascall's arrest, a reporter went to the executive offices of Lorillard, the other giant cigarette manufacturer, to ask if now with these new developments, will Lorillard, like its major competitor, refuse to sell cigarettes to the Poospatucks. "Cigarette manufacturers should not be expected to police the trade in untaxed cigarettes," a representative for Lorillard said in explaining why they will not do this. The real lesson here is for the Shinnecocks. With federal recognition last year, the Shinnecocks are now poised to make huge amounts of money running gambling casinos in this state. There are other tribes in upstate New York and in Connecticut that have done so. It has not been lost on anyone, particularly the Shinnecocks, that there is a good way to use this money and a bad way and there are examples of each. Some tribes benefit hardly at all with the money made. Most of it goes to making certain tribal members and certain investors very rich. But then there are other tribes in this state that have used the new prosperity to benefit everyone, with ownership shares for everyone and dividends announced, with new schools, cultural programs, educational programs, health facilities, roads, restaurants, housing and other services. Tribes stay together. Or they should. Here's another reason. 75 MAIN ZACH ERDEM PRESENTS WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME AWARD WINNING EXECUTIVE CHEF WALTER HINDS FROM FRANCE AND THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS Introducing his New Contemporary America Cuisine SAT. 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The law was adopted by New York State after the creation of the United States. And it is enforced by the Trustees, a separate body of government. Years ago, it was almost amusing for me to read about wealthy summer residents running out in front of their beachfront homes demanding that beachgoers leave "their" beach, only to find themselves threatened with arrest. These were not their beaches. These beaches belong to the public. The key to going to the beach, of course, is access to it. It was just eight years ago that a summer resident in Bridgehampton put steel posts into the ground at the entrance of a sand road owned by the Town to block vehicles from going down it. Local fishermen had been driving down the road to the beach there. It was next door to his house. It annoyed him. This act drew immediate outage from the sitting Town Supervisor. He ordered the Town Highway Department to go down there to tear these steel posts out and they did. But that was eight years ago. Now, one by one, with the Town's approval, road ends are being regulated, "no parking" signs are going up and these accesses are being blocked. It's to appease the new "taxpayers," these same summer residents, who are now about in the majority, who want everything closed off now that they have theirs, and then wonder why what they came out here to enjoy is vanishing. By their actions, they are causing this, changing the Hamptons into a gated community where nobody drives on the beach, nobody parks near the beach and nobody can even see the beach or the ocean except for the oceanfront homeowners sitting in seclusion (continued on page 32) By Alexandra Andreassen On June 28, impassioned residents who have parked at the end of Noyac Bay Avenue in Sag Harbor for years packed into Southampton Town Hall to voice their complaints over a recent parking ban. The ban was enacted by the Town Board after they received a petition from residents of the adjacent Northampton Colony Yacht Club who cited safety questions due to numerous alleged thefts. "It seems that the people of Northampton Colony want exclusive rights to this beach," one resident at the meeting said, adding, "Please give it back to the residents of Southampton." Another declared, "It's about access. It's about exclusion. It's about privilege. It's about political clout." The beaches are public domain, they asserted, and should be able to be accessed SOUTHAMPTON TOWN HALL, JUNE 28 by the public. The people of the Northampton Colony are trying to privatize public property to keep it for themselves, it was said, adding that an enforcement of the no-parking zone could create a precedent for other streets to do the same, so that all of the public waterways could be made private. The residents also brought up that there was only one reported burglary on the street, and the other alleged thefts of fishing supplies had nothing to do with parking; therefore, there does not seem to be a safety issue. In addition to the public, representatives from the Surfrider Foundation and Citizens for Access Rights (CFAR) were at the meeting to voice their support of protecting the waterways for everyone's use. Jayne Young, an avid supporter and leader of the cause for free access, said, "We figured that the 26 people that signed [the no-parking petition] represent .0004 of the town's over 59,000 residents...they don't speak for the community and that's such an important distinction: they're speaking for themselves and they have been intimidating their neighbors." She also noted that "We're very deeply concerned about the precedent it can set"--they do not want the closure of public beaches to spread. In opposition was Commodore Laurence Tullio, who said that the area in question is privately-owned and is not a beach but a channel for boats. It is dangerous and people cannot swim in the water, so they should (continued on page 36) Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 24 War (continued from page 21) doing, which wasn't much, to start building tanks, guns, ships, ammunition, bombs and airplanes for the Second World War. At that time, 100 million people lived in America. Between Japan and Germany, there were 120 million people to fight against, some off our West Coast and some off our East. Those were desperate times and these were formidable enemies. Our very way of life was at stake, and what we did back then was convert our automobile manufacturing plants to tank manufacturing plants. By 1941, we had sold our last new car. For the next four years, all the auto plants did was produce tanks, troop carriers and Jeeps for the war effort. We also ended the commercial aviation business and began building warplanes. We opened new warplane manufacturing facilities. We built ammunition manufacturing plants. We built entire seaports and began building submarines and battle cruisers and aircraft carriers. Before the alarms were sounded about the dangers to our society in 1939, unemployment in the Great Depression, even nine years after the Crash of 1929, was above 20%. After the alarms were sounded, within six months, about 20 million people who had been selling apples on street corners, living in cardboard homes in parks and wandering the countryside in old Model T Fords went off to build war materials to fight the menace. Unemployment dropped to 5%, even before the end of 1939. There were jobs for everybody. It was an instant success. We built the biggest and best Army, Navy and Air Force in the world between 1939 and 1941. And what did we do with all the bullets and bombs we made? We gave them away. We gave them away to the English and the Russians, to the Australians and the South Africans, to the Indians and the Greeks. Today, the American economy is stagnating at about $20 trillion a year. All sorts of people are out of work. In today's money, what we did back then amounted to about an additional $5 trillion. We were back at work. We were making things. We were the Arsenal of Democracy. And then we went to war and we beat the hell out of these two dictatorships that wanted to overrun the world. Going to war against a very big and dangerous opponent is in my view the only way to lift us up out of this three-and-a-half-year-long recession. Afghanistan, with its 30 million people, won't do. Iraq and Iran aren't big enough. Certainly Venezuela is not big enough. As for the Taliban, they're ridiculous. I'm thinking we declare war on something at least the size of Brazil. Maybe Brazil itself. Or maybe Pakistan. Actually, Pakistan might make a formidable enemy. There are 170 million people living in Pakistan. When you consider there are 300 million Americans, it seems almost fair. Of course, Pakistan's military could be pretty easily overrun in a few weeks. But they do have the bomb. Perhaps we could declare war on Pakistan-- we have fair reason to do so since they have been conniving with the Taliban and otherwise behaving very badly--and one other country. Indonesia comes to mind. There's 230 million people there. They too have a pretty primitive war machine, but maybe if they work together with the Pakistanis, and particularly if we can get the two of them all stirred up to get a real threat going, it would be enough. From the experience of 1939 to 1941, it's fair to say we need at least two years of vigorous war material-making here in this country to snap us out of it. And then we could give it away. To who? Well, that's obvious. NATO is doing a terrible job in Libya. They bomb the rebels. They send helicopters in to blow up civilians. It started out fine when we had all the topquality American weapons in play to show them what to do. But when we left, it all sort of went downhill, and last I looked, Gaddafi was still there. In just two years, we could knock the crap out of the Pakistan-Indonesian Axis, declare the war won, and bring everybody back home. Then, with full employment and all the money that went into circulation jingling in our pockets, we could beat our swords into plowshares, reopen our auto plants (the first Buick came off the line after the war in 1946), turn our shipbuilding yards into making ocean liners and get back to the business of leading the world down the road toward Century Number Twenty Two. The hell with the Chinese. SEE HOW THE OTHER TWO-THIRDS LIVE. 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In addition to a special tribute in song & dance to the Grammy Award winning artist by choreographer/director Joe Lanteri, highlights will include the reunion of the Tony Award-winning cast of In the Heights, a special appearance of Broadway's Billy Elliot, a solo performance by Desmond Richardson of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Clifton Brown formerly with Alvin Ailey and Tony nominee Karine Plantadit from Come Fly Away. The committee of dance world luminaries includes Ava Astaire McKenzie, Andy Blankenbuehler, Jacques d'Amboise, Susan Jaffe, Jerry Mitchell, Desmond Richardson, Chita Rivera and Michael Terlizzi. * * * Southampton Hospital's 53rd Annual Summer Party will take place on August 6. Jean Shafiroff will chair this year's "Tropical Paradise," which benefits the Hospital's Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department. (continued on page 34) Hairstylist/Colorist MaryAnn Fleischman, MSW, LCSW-R Adolescent, Children & Adult Counseling Services New York City Is now taking appointments at Bridgehampton Edmund Snow Carpenter, 89 Renowned anthropologist and East Hampton resident Edmund Snow Carpenter died on July 2 at the age of 89. Carpenter's work focused upon the traditional art of tribal peoples, as well as upon visual media in general. Along with his wife, this respected social scientist donated many photographs to a number of exhibitions, including most recently a series of Civil Rights-era images. He also organized the current exhibit at The Menil Collection in Houston, Texas, "Upside Down: Arctic Realities." He further received recognition throughout his life for his pioneering work in bringing anthropology to the wider population. A 2001/2002 article in Visual Anthropology Review said that he was "probably the first professional anthropologist in the world to host a national television program." 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Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 27 What's In Your Wallet? $100,000,000? his fund alone owns more of the Spyder Gold ETF than any other group in the entire world. And he, of course, likes to hang out in the Hamptons, so obviously it was him, and after a little digging, you may find out that John Paulson has money invested in Capital One Finance, a cool $935 million, give or take. But folks, there is no proof, and quite frankly, there are plenty of people out here in the Hamptons that are worth more than $100 million dollars, and I quietly cry to myself when I see them order a Starbucks, and then I cheer up because I remind myself that I'm taller than them. But in all seriousness, I'm going to have to �2010 Closet Factory. All rights reserved. NY Lic. #121484 Courtesy of dealbreaker.com just come out and say it. Things have been going really well for me lately, and I've made a few wise choices with my investments, and I know you aren't going to believe it, but that ATM receipt was mine. And while most people think it's irresponsible putting $100 million into a savings account, I sort of like having it in there. Oh, and to clear up what the $400 was for that I withdrew from my Capitol One Finance savings account, I was using the money to pay for gas in my car. I drive a Pontiac Vibe, it's a gas guzzler. By David Lion Rattiner Last week a story about an ATM receipt in the Hamptons went viral on the Internet. Apparently somebody found a receipt from the Capital One Bank in East Hampton Village on June 18 that showed a $400 dollar withdrawal. That fact really isn't all that interesting, but then you had the savings account balance of $100,000,000 staring at you in the face. Oh, the rich and their hundreds of millions. Well, it wasn't exactly $100 million, but it was pretty close. The exact amount of money left in the account was $99,864,731.94. Now THAT, my friends, is a savings account. Now I know what you are thinking, especially all you zillionaires out there that love to read this newspaper (thank God): Why in the world would you keep $100 million in a savings account? The money should be invested, in say, stocks, bonds, commodities and treasury bills, okay, maybe not T-bills these days, but you know what I mean. The icing on the cake of this story is that, according to Bess Levin of www.Dealbreaker. com who broke the story, the owner of the receipt was none other than David Tepper, the financial legend of Appaloosa Management who also recently decided to bulldoze down to the ground a house in Sagaponack built just 15 years ago that he paid $40 million dollars for because he didn't like the view. Nothing wrong with that, this is America, he can do what he wants. But shouldn't an alarm go off if HIS money isn't invested in anything else but cash? Yes, it should. But the story was wrong, it wasn't David Tepper's money in the bank, and he cleared that up real quick by telling The New York Post that he "hadn't used an ATM since Lehman," and that he would never leave that kind of money in a savings account, and that he wasn't in the Hamptons in June at all. So it all became sort of a mystery. And everybody was willing to share their opinion, including a big financial website www. Insidermonkey.com, which reported that they believed the money probably was John Paulson's, who made billions, literally, betting AGAINST the housing market, and now is one of the largest influences in the commodities market when it comes to trading gold. In fact, Closets $ plus 300 OFF Minimum purchase $1500. Not to be combined with any other offer. 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And his mother, Susan Kohner, who lives in Sag Harbor and was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Douglas Sirk's Imitation of Life, also played a large role in guiding Chris and his brother Paul, who are collectively known in Hollywood as The Weitz Brothers. Their first collaboration was as co-writers on the animated film Antz, featuring Woody Allen and Sharon Stone. They were also co-directors for one of the most commercially successful teenage films of all time, American Pie. On Saturday, July 9, at 7:30 p.m., at the Avram Theater at the Stony Brook Southampton campus, director, producer, screenwriter Chris Weitz will talk about his work in an interview with Annette Handley Chandler, the Screenwriting Conference Director of the Southampton Writers Conference, which began yesterday. After the wild success of American Pie, Chris's next film was another genre-leap. About A Boy, an adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel of the same name, was a sophisticated, nuanced a degree in English Literature, "they're these scholarly, erudite guys," Hugh Grant said of the brothers. "I've never worked with directors who read Trollope between set-ups." "A director has to be open," Chandler said, "the most important quality is to understand the material and translate it into something visual. About a Boy is a film that could have been very static, but Chris managed to bring the scenes to life, he knows where to put the camera; there's always movement." Chris then went on to tackle The Golden Compass, a "logistical nightmare, and he pulled it off beautifully," Chandler said. "He just keeps pushing the envelope." He got the job to direct the film after approaching New Line Cinema with a 40-page unsolicited treatment. He has also served as producer on a number of films including two directed by his brother, In Good Company and American Dreamz. Then, in November of 2009, he broke box office records as director of the sequel to the epic vampire film Twilight called The Twilight Saga: New Moon, which had the largest midnight opening in domestic box office history, grossing an estimated $26.3 million. And just when it seemed that Chris's career trajectory would be making films with big budgets, lots of action and special effects, his current film, which just opened in theaters, has defied expectations. Called A Better Life, the film is about a Latino gardener and his (continued on page 66) Chris Weitz on set romantic comedy featuring Hugh Grant. Admitting that American Pie is "not my demographic," Chandler said that About a Boy is one of her favorite films. "As a former film producer, when you have a film come together in the way About A Boy did, it's a miracle. A terrific novel, excellent adaptation, very strong camera work, terrific production design, great acting and a memorable soundtrack. The audience walks out of the film having had a terrific experience." Initially, when Chris and Paul approached studio heads about making the film, there was some reluctance. They had just made American Pie, a teenage, gross-out raunchy romp of a film, why would they want to take on an adaptation of a literary work? Well, Chris graduated from Cambridge with Bond No. 9 comes to Sag Harbor? So what's up with that? We love this former whaling village, and want to turn it into a perfume town. 45 Main Street at the American Hotel. 631.725.7467 4401 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 32 Enough (continued from page 23) behind their hedgerows. It is, frankly, a terrible turn of events. Today, that sand road (crossing Town-owned property) in Bridgehampton has the steel posts back up due to a clerical error in the Town Attorney's office that the wealthy summer resident seized upon. There are "no parking" signs everywhere, and in no time the signs will read "Keep Out." How can this be happening? Unfortunately, that right to keep the beaches open for the general public is being enforced by Town Trustees with limited budgets. One by one, as high-priced lawyers are hired by the wealthy to challenge them, the Trustees' hold on things is slipping away. In my opinion, if the Towns can't back them up properly--as they failed to do in Mecox--then the State should step in with stronger laws. Governor Andrew Cuomo knows this area well. I was a guest of his at his home in Southampton on South Main Street when he was Attorney General. He loves this place. And the beaches are now, quite suddenly, being taken away. (The most recent challenge would close off an entire mile of ocean beaches in Napeague.) It has to stop. You need to look no farther than a dead-end road called Noyac Bay Avenue in Southampton to see this process at work. Noyac Bay Avenue is a paved road that widens where it comes to an end so as to accommodate a dozen or so cars that park on both sides of the street to go to the little bay beach to walk, swim or surfcast. Now, suddenly, there are "no parking" signs at this road end. Why? The members of a private club next door that has no claim whatsoever on this public road have caused this to happen. They went to Town Hall to put an end to the public going there. And the Town accommodated them. How could this have happened? Easy. It's in the air. We are sliding into becoming a gated community. Go with the flow. Here are the details of this story. This club is called the Northampton Colony Yacht Club, headed up by Commodore Laurence Tullio. It has its own clubhouse and its own beach. It has a fence around it and a gate. But it does not have any yachts. The yachts which are owned by the members of this club, along with yachts owned by other people, are located on the other side of this dead-end road in a public marina with a single dock sticking out into North Sea Harbor. It has accommodations for about 30 boats. There is no fence separating this marina from the dead-end road. If you park your car at the dead-end you can see the marina. That's the case at many of the 300 dead-end roads on the South Fork. But the Northampton Colony Yacht Club said they were troubled by this situation. There have been widespread thefts of equipment from these boats, they told the Board. Fishing gear has vanished. Nets have been taken. People have been on these boats. On one vessel, a cupholder was damaged. The Town Board asked if these crimes had been reported and they were told that they had. But they felt that this situation needed to be handled in a different way. Make parking illegal down at the end of Noyac Bay Avenue. And so that is what the Town Board did. In practice, since they fund the Trustees, they can simply override the Trustees--a separate government body--by refusing to fund them. What the Commodore and his friends did not count on was the persistence of a retired physician, a local resident now 87, who every day for years has taken his car down to park at the end of that road to watch the boats come through the channel there and to walk the beach. His name is Dr. Stanley Shore. He drove down there one day and found the new sign. No Parking. He left. It didn't sit well with him. He went to the Town Board to ask about this sign and was told about the thefts. He said he didn't believe it. It was a peaceful place. Curious, he made a FOIL (Freedom of Information Law) request to the police department, asking for records of incidents at that location. 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Within days of being elected, the Wilkinson team began proposing reorganizations, with suggested retirements, downsizing, and coming up with new ideas on how to raise town funds while cutting town taxes. There is no doubt he has been successful at restoring complete order to town government, which was floating in rudderless decline before his arrival. So you would think his re-election should be a slam-dunk, and actually I think it will be, but with a few surprises. Just recently Wilkinson, a registered Republican, has gone on the offensive, attempting to have signatures gathered so he can be included on the Independence Party line after already securing the Republican and Conservative line on the ballot for EH Supervisor. This has of course ruffled the feathers of the Independence Party Chairperson Elaine Jones, who has in fact endorsed Zachary Cohen, the Democratic nominee for the Independent Supervisor slot on the November ballot. Under a NY State law called the WilsonPakula Act, Wilkinson cannot get the Independence Party nomination without the endorsement of the Independence Party. Okay, so what does this all really mean? Is it that Wilkinson is concerned about losing and wants every vote he can get in a close election? This reporter says no. Is it perhaps a reaction to make news and embarrass Cohen and Jones? Maybe. I believe the action may be unwise. There seems to be a pattern that Wilkinson and Councilwoman Theresa Quigley have undertaken that has raised their negatives, meaning, personal dislike among all the voters. Without poll data I can't say to what extent, but even within his base in Montauk, Wilkinson's policies have lost him support. For example, his suggestion that the town sell the Montauk commercial dock wasn't popular. As for Quigley, she seems to enjoy the limelight and makes no apologies for her behavior, which rubs some people the wrong way. Yet the new Republican majority has the town running like a fine Swiss watch, and unless some unforeseeable scandal or event happens, Wilkinson will win reelection, but not perhaps by the wide margin of two years ago. Wilkinson has a strong personality and he doesn't seem to like criticism in print or at board meetings. He can be charming but he can also be gruff. As for Cohen, he has a tough sell to the electorate. Taxes were lowered, the size of town government was cut and the budget is "Len Bernard" solid. 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He said that there were numerous acts of vandalism at the location and the no-parking zone was meant to prevent them from happening again. Tullio and his supporters also believe that it is unacceptable to lift the no-parking ban after a large increase in their taxes this year. Town Board Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst repeatedly appealed to the room to put the strife behind them and create a workable compromise. Originally, there was an effort to allow parking on the street only with a permit or sticker, but that is not possible because parking on a public road cannot be determined by a sticker, and the area in question is not specifically a beach. The board is very much behind safeguarding public domain and public access, and is trying to find a solution that will give everyone something to be happy about. As Councilman James Malone stated, "It's a waterfront community, it's why we're all here... When we restrict access to our waterways, I think we do a grave injustice." They have come up with a compromise to take effect immediately that lifts the restriction on 100 feet at the end of the road, but allow for only four parking spaces. Although neither side is completely satisfied, the board has a strong commitment to continuing to work on the issue. They will continue the discussion at the next meeting on July 12 at 1 p.m., where the public will again be able to present their concerns. Young expressed her gratitude for the town council's dedication to the issue, and the amount of time they have spent on it. "We feel that we're being listened to but we don't have a final resolution yet...The Town of Southampton has on their emblem `beaches are their greatest assets'--and we wholeheartedly agree. We have to maintain access to this beach and other beaches." Hopefully, this emotionally charged disagreement will be resolved, and the serenity of Noyac Bay Avenue will be restored. Enough (continued from page 23) 4671 5158 years. That was in 2008. He went back to the Town Board to give this information to them, and to ask them to reverse their decision. They are now thinking about it. But as a matter of fact they have been thinking about it for some time. And the most recent information is that they intend to have the whole place surveyed, so they can see exactly what part of this place is owned by the Yacht Club, what part is owned by the Marina and what part is owned by the Town, so they can see what is what. This, however, gives the Yacht Club the rest of the summer to have their privacy. Commodore Tullio, when asked, said that indeed some of the many thefts from the boats have not been reported to the police. Town Councilman Chris Nuzzi said this to a newspaper reporter: "The reality is the more people that can park there, the more welcoming it is." This statement is an outrage. One third of the Town of Southampton Parks & Recreation Seal shows people fishing, another third of the seal shows people using the beaches, the final third shows a family walking by a windmill. Nowhere on the seal does it say that if you live in the town you have to be special to do that. Meanwhile, in East Hampton, the town officials might not realize they are combating this trend, but in passing a new law a few weeks ago they did just that. The new law allows the Town to have overgrown brush and foliage removed to open up picturesque views of farm fields, bays and harbors for the general public. Not unexpectedly, as they move to implement this new law, they are facing furious objection. Who could possibly object to this? Guess who? Other efforts to block the closing of beaches by both East Hampton and Southampton Towns, have included efforts to declare the backs of beaches parallel to the ocean official sand roads so emergency vehicles could not be barred from rescuing those in trouble. In Bridgehampton, an experiment to put poles in the ground with numbers on them at thousand-foot intervals to direct officials to rescue operation locations has been declared a success and they are now considering doing this town-wide. Somewhere here is a solution to the alarming trend of our losing the rights to our beaches. Long ago, the right to enforce this rule was created by the Governor of the State of New York. The law is named after him--the Dongan Patent. If the local Trustees cannot hold off this trend, then I appeal to Governor Cuomo to look into this matter and create a new law that would strengthen the rights to this enforcement. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 37 641 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 38 EAST END TENNIS ROUND UP By T.J. Clemente Tennis anyone? Yes, the game with those racquets and those fuzzy balls that you have to hit on the first bounce and that scoring system that makes no sense with sets, games, love, advantage and deuces. The good news is there are at least eight major tennis facilities east of the Shinnecock Canal where the public can play or join, not to mention the historic private clubs that one must be born into or perhaps buy their way in. The sad news is, according to East Hampton Indoor Tennis General Manager Scott Rubenstein, the median age of the players is "greying." Rubenstein, who has been a staple of the Hamptons tennis scene for years, loves the game. He seemed sort of heartbroken as he explained how the young students of the game are too bombarded with other options for their free time. "No one just hangs around like they used to, too often they come, they play, practice, take a lesson and leave." The demographics from the USTA portray a robust over-40 league, with competition participation that is stronger in the older age brackets. One team captain told me he still has the same team he fielded 20 years ago, laughing, "We just don't do as well in three-set matches!" He also said it's tough to sit a loyal player for a new guy after so many years of service to the team. Rubenstein said rival Sportime in Amagansett is the largest Hamptons tennis facility with 34 outdoor Photo by T.J. Clemente Courtney Ross, center, at Pro Am Tennis Tour FOX TREEr kSERVICE Wo ing with Nature Biological Insect & Disease Control Programs Available THINK TREES THINK FOX Incorporated 1976, Serving the East End for Over 30 Years 631.283.6700 www.foxtreeservice.com courts, mostly Har-Tru, which is crushed rock, a surface that is easy on the legs, cooler and dries faster. East Hampton Indoor Tennis, located at 175 Daniel's Hole Road, has 20 HarTru outdoor courts and eight indoor courts which are open all year. Buckskill Tennis Club, located at 178 Buckskill Road, East Hampton, is the only public club with grass courts (three of them) for public use. It is therefore the only public facility in the Hamptons with all three major surfaces: Har-Tru, grass and the hard courts called DecoTurf (cork, asphalt and cement). Montauk has public facilities at Montauk Downs on Westlake Drive, and most of the high schools in the Hamptons have public courts available when school is not in session. There are town courts also, as well as ones at many of the local resorts. But the problem is players...the players are getting older. They're playing less, playing more doubles and there are not enough new players coming along. Yet the new players are better than ever with power games that blow old-timers off the court. When I was 50, I played the reigning New York State 18-andunder champ James Moore, who later played #1 at Columbia during the New York Athletic Club Championships. Within minutes I was concentrating on just not getting hurt, as serves whizzed at me at over 120 MPH. I lost 6-1, 6-1, but truth be known, Moore, who had known me his whole life, actually went out of his way not to bury me. The point is the new young game is played at a speed that older men like me can't compete with, whereas on a par-3 hole in golf a guy of any age can win the hole. And what about women players? More U.S. women now play tennis than do men. The pros agree they seem to organize better, with standing doubles games that start and end like clockwork, so they can get on with the rest of their day (maybe they're just better multi-taskers). There are many Pro-Ams and fundraising tournaments in the Hamptons like the one I covered at the wonderful new Ross School facility. Last August, Michael Milken raised $1 million for prostate cancer in one day while high-net individuals ponied up tens of thousands to team with pros including Jimmy Conners, Johan Kreik and Jimmy Arias to help raise money to fight cancer. The Ross School held its own Pro-Am and Round-Robin to raise funds for school programs, scholarships (continued on page 66) 934 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 39 4554 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 40 The special concession with Subway, the restaurant chain, has been renewed for another year. The popular eatery has stands on all subway platforms, just adjacent to the newspaper and magazine concession. DAN'S TASTE OF TWO FORKS Contracts have been signed with the promoters of Dan's Taste of Two Forks taking place on Saturday night July 16 from 6:30 to 10 p.m., to serve canap�s and hors d'oeuvres on the subway system from 5 to 6 p.m. as a taste treat to partygoers heading to the big white tents at Sayre Park in Bridgehampton on Snake Hollow Road that day. MEIG'S RAID DISASTER Residents of Sag Harbor were awakened in the middle of the night on July 4 by shots being fired down on the subway platform at that hour. The police responded to the many calls they received at 2:46.33 a.m. and arrived at the escalators going down, there setting up a defensive position on the street to respond to the possible event of whoever was down there coming up. Shots continued to be fired. At 3:14.23 a.m., the County Swat Team arrived in helicopters and rappelled down through the stairway to the platform by rope to discover a full scale re-enactment of the 1777 middle of the night rebel raid on the British redcoats on Long Wharf, put together at that hour by Howard Huntington of the South Hunting Militia at the request of Hampton Subway's brand new P.R. director Lance Bastion. Local police rounded up the 35 soldiers--not hard to do since they were carrying only muskets, swords and pistols-- and took them into custody. In the meantime, local police woke up Bastion in Shirley where he lives to discover that he had ordered this as a "surprise" to the Subway Commissioner as part of the July 4 celebration. He was arrested for disturbing the peace. COMMISSIONER ASPINALL'S MESSAGE Hampton Subway does not take the flat tire that happened on the system lightly. These tires are the very same tires used on the Space Shuttle for when it lands. They have been on our trains without incident until now. And they are warranteed to never break. This particular tire was from a group of 16 dozen of them we recently purchased at a special bargain price direct from the manufacturer now that the Shuttle program is discontinued and these are his leftovers. They are being returned. And if we do not get our money back we will sue. Our newest P.R. director, Lance Bastion, had to be fired on July 5 for a misguided attempt at a battle re-creation at the Sag Harbor Station. It was a great inconvenience for everybody, and we particularly apologize to the South Huntington Militia for coming all this way to be arrested by the County Swat Team after the battle began but before they were able to complete their mission by rousting out all the Redcoats. Week of July 8-14, 2011 Riders this week: 14,721 Rider miles this week:138,890* *Tied for the record. 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Offer expires Dec. 31, 2011. 10% OFF South Fork North Fork 631-283-9333 631-298-8181 Licensed, Insured, 3615 5164 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 41 Who's Here Chef Marcus Samuelsson, the host of Dan's Taste of Two Forks taking place on July 16 in Bridgehampton, is a man of many talents and many countries. He told me he's looking forward to attending this event because "I like the fish, I like the wine. A perfect day for me in the Hamptons is early or late in the season. I love food so I find myself doing food things--cooking, visiting a winery. I was raised on the water so I go there for the water. I run on the beach and play some tennis or soccer." Born Kassahun Tsegie in Ethiopia in 1970, Samuelsson was raised by an adoptive Swedish family and educated at the Culinary Institute in Gothenburg, Sweden. After apprenticeships in Switzerland and Austria, Samuelsson's career took him to New York, to apprentice at Restaurant Aquavit in 1991. "Aquavit" refers to a strong, clear Scandinavian liquor distilled from potato or grain mash and flavored with caraway seed. The restaurant offered, and still offers, high-end Scandinavian cuisine. At 24, Samuelsson took over as the executive chef of Aquavit, and soon after became the youngest chef ever to receive a three-star restaurant review from The New York Times. Samuelsson went on to helm Riingo, Second, Marc Burger, C-House in Chicago, Street Food and his latest restaurant Red Rooster, which opened in December 2010 in Harlem. In 1999, Samuelsson won the James Beard Foundation award for "Rising Star Chef" and in 2003 was named "Best Chef in New York City." You'd recognize Samuelsson from his many television appearances including, "24-Hour Restaurant Battle," "Inner Chef," "Iron Chef," "The Today Show," "Urban Cuisine" and "The View." Samuelsson was a winner of "Top Chef Masters" and served as a judge on "Chopped." In 2010, Samuelsson competed alongside 21 world-renowned chefs in Bravo's hit series "Top Chef Masters." At the end of 10 episodes, Samuelsson was crowned the winner, earning $115,000 for UNICEF's grassroots effort, The Tap Project. Most recently, Samuelsson has teamed up with AOL to produce "Kitchen Daily," a webbased program, where Samuelsson will deliver bi-monthly culinary segments to millions of viewers online. Samuelsson told me that these shows are about making knowledge accessible. He said, "I started cooking when chefs were not on TV, just by Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger, Grammy-awardwinning musician Jon Bon Jovi and Ron Perelman, owner of Revlon. On November 24, 2009, Samuelsson served as guest chef for the first state dinner of the Barack Obama presidency. The dinner, in honor of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the country of India, was served on the South Lawn and was largely vegetarian. Samuelsson sought to combine sustainable and regional foods, which reflect the best in American cuisine, yet evoke the flavors of India. Harvesting fresh vegetables and herbs from the White House Garden, Samuelsson's menu for 400 included red lentil soup, roasted potato dumplings, and green curry prawns. In March 2011, the Red Rooster hosted a fund-raising dinner for the Democratic National Committee. President Obama attended and the event raised $1.5 million. In addition to his recognition as a world-class chef, Samuelsson is an award-winning cookbook author with titles in both English and Swedish. His 2006 Africaninspired cookbook The Soul of a New Cuisine received the prize for Best International Cookbook from the James Beard Foundation. Other titles written by Samuelsson are Aquavit and The New Scandinavian Cuisine, En Smakresa ("A Journey of Tastes"), and Street Food. The book that makes Samuelsson a perfect fit for Taste of Two Forks is his 2009 release, New American Table. It's all about the food that Americans, who hail from all over the world, cook in their homes, often using local ingredients. When I spoke to Samuelsson recently, I secured a promise. He said, "I will sign your cookbooks!" while at Taste of Two Forks next week. He also pointed out that, especially since Taste of Two Forks benefits local food pantries, it's a good example of "Umbuntu." It demonstrates in many ways the community of breaking bread with your brothers. As a classical African concept, the Ubuntu philosophy of focusing on people's allegiances and relations with each other comes up a lot in Samuelsson's, The Soul of a New Cuisine. The word has its origin in the Bantu languages of southern Africa. Samuelsson also lives out the tenets of Ubuntu in his daily work. He supports many charities and his Harlem restaurant's staff is now over 60% local, "both in and of the community," as he says. (continued on page 48) Marcus Samuelsson Chef Taste of Two Forks is a good example of Umbuntu - breaking bread with your brothers. fine dining and French cooking. Now kids see that it's a profession. In Europe it's different, food is more of a tradition. But Americans are finding their way--it's fun, interactive and democratic." Samuelsson and his wife Maya Haile live in New York but often visit the East End over the summer months. The Marcus Samuelsson Group has an interest in East Hampton's Blue Parrot restaurant. This hip, upbeat Tex-Mex revival eatery offers a menu of colorful and savory fare served in a fun East Hampton outpost. Killer tacos, the one-pound burrito, marinated meats and bold spices come together in a tasty menu. Their signature margaritas, served in mason jars, have become a local favorite. The Blue Parrot is owned in part TOTF_Map_Dans.indd 2 6/28/11 5:34 TOTF_Map_D /28/11 5:34 TOTF_Map_Dans.indd 3 6/28/11 5:34 PM Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 44 going to make it to 30, but that is beside the point. I like to keep it simple, so I'll probably call it thirtysomething, or something like that. I have a pet rabbit named George, and one of the reasons that I like him is that every time I see him in my house I get the impression that he is terrified for his life. This is a natural state for rabbits, a constant worry. He looks at me and seems to be saying, "IS THIS THE END? IS THIS IT? WHAT HAPPENED? ARE WE GOING TO BE ALRIGHT? UPDATE ME!!!" And then I go to pick him up out of his cage and he thinks, "OH GOD NO, OH GOD NO, OH GOD NO!!!" And then I give him a carrot and pet him, and he suspiciously eats it. This is a very different pet than a dog-- dogs are always happy. You walk into a home and a nice dog is there and he can't believe it. "OH MY GOD, YOU'RE HERE! THIS IS UN-FREAKING-BELIEVABLE! SO AWESOME. WHAT ARE YOU DOING? WHERE YOU GOING? YOU ARE THE MAN!" And I'm just like NO, YOU ARE THE MAN. Dogs are incredible. People who own dogs are good people I think. I heard that there are a few rich people who love their dogs so much that they hire full-time staff just to look after them and hang out with them, and I've heard of rich people even willing some of their money (or all of it) to their dogs. My rabbit ain't getting anything. I like rabbits though, because they worry, and I'm a bit of a worrier. My Dad is too, and I inherited the gene I guess. You can worry yourself to death though, so you really have to be careful with that. I'd say that there are some people out there that worry so much it destroys their health, and I could easily be one of those people, but I worry too much that that could happen, so I do things about it, like go to Hamptons Gym Core in Southampton and hit the punching bag for a while, to work out the worry, because I'm worried that the worry might kill me. I wish there was a way I could tell George not to worry so much. I have to say that this July 4th weekend was quite possibly one of the most epic weekends I've ever seen in the Hamptons. There was not a single place that wasn't fun to go to over the holiday, not a single one. Sunday night I found myself at the castle of the KING of partiers, Sir Ivan in Water Mill, and as always, the guy does not disappoint. Most of his shindigs get overpacked, but this one couldn't have been more comfortable and more pleasant. Everywhere, as far as I could tell over the weekend, seemed pretty pleasant. I got the feeling that this Fourth of July weekend for everybody, even the people that want to show off, was all about enjoying friends and sharing in the beauty out here, which is really how it should be. Things were going great for me up until I had my final reality check for the week, which is that part of my job is to write about celebrities, and part of a big panic I had over the weekend was that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were in the Hamptons and that it needed to get up on our website, www.danshampton.com, which I am the editor of. You know that things aren't going exactly as planned when your Saturday emergency is figuring out how to write up and search-engine optimize as fast as possible a story about a teenage pop star and his girlfriend in the Hamptons. But it's news. Justin Bieber is like a blog of celebrityness, but then again, everybody is sort of a celebrity out here right? Well, I had a bit of a reality check last week. I think that as time goes on you tend to run into more and more people that like to analyze your life and predict your future. I'm turning 29 this August, and a few people have asked me what I'm going to name my column when I turn 30. I still can't really believe that I am Check Out Dining Log Your Guide to Great Food in the Hamptons 5176 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 45 5063 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 46 the golf ball and beyond in both directions. The other checkpoint to get correct is that when the club shaft is parallel to the ground it must be parallel to the target line. This occurs five times in the golf swing, in order from start to finish: halfway back, at the top of the swing, halfway down, halfway up, and the finish. If you can swing the golf club according to these two checkpoints, your club will be on plane. Hall has helped me understand the importance of these principles and I hope they will help you too. Another instrumental person who helped golfers understand the swing plane was Ben Hogan. His description of the swing plane was visionary at the time he wrote his famous instructional book, Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf. In Hogan's book, illustrator Anthony Ravielli drew a picture of Hogan swinging a golf club under a pane of glass that was angled from the golf ball to his shoulders, with a small opening his head stuck through. Hogan wanted the reader to understand that the golf club must be swung underneath the glass without the club crashing into it. This image is still used today by teachers and touring pros to visualize the swing plane. The swing plane has been a difficult concept for golfers to understand for generations. If you can understand the basic principles and positions you will be on the right path to swinging the club efficiently, while giving yourself your best chance to hit a golf ball to your target. Darren Demaille is a PGA golf professional. I have been fortunate enough to be around some of the greatest people ever to play and teach the game of golf, and they have all molded me into the golf professional I am today. Martin Hall is one of them. Hall is currently one of the top 100 teachers in America, and was the PGA of America's 2008 Teacher of the Year. Hall has had a huge influence on my teaching philosophies and has helped me understand the importance of the swing plane. He attributes much of his knowledge of the swing plane from the writings of Homer Kelley, who is most famous for his book, The Golfing Machine. The essence of Kelley's book is simply put but hard to decipher: "When a golf club is swung off plane accuracy diminishes." Hall conveys this concept to his junior golfers in a way only he can portray, "the only time you get off plane is at the airport." If his junior golfers can understand the swing plane so can you. Here are a few concepts to help you understand the swing plane. When a golf club is soled on the ground the shaft of the club is set on an angle. To be efficient swinging the golf club you must swing your club on or close to this angle. Swinging the club on the right angle or plane gives you the best chance to swing the club in the right direction, the best chance to hit the ground in the right spot and the best chance to hit the ball in the center of the clubface. In order to swing the club on the correct plane there are two important checkpoints to look at. Whatever end of the club is pointed down (i.e. grip end or club head end) it must be pointing to the target line. The target line is an imaginary straight line from your target to 4642 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 47 www.kingkullen.com STAR-SPANGLED HAMPTONS It's possible director Woody Allen never experienced the same kind of anonymity walking around the Hamptons as he does in New York City. The director admitted, "I bought a very, very beautiful house in Southampton, and I spent over a year fixing it up. I put in trees, I changed the roof; I mean, I did an incredible job. Then I went out there one night and I slept in it, and I never came back." Yet, New York may be the only city Allen can blend in. This past Independence Day, Woody Allen was in Rome, far away from the parade of patriotic locals that marched across Jobs Lane. Yet, Allen still managed to be spotted and photographed shopping in Fendi with is his wife Soon Yi and daughters Manzie Tio and Bechet. Rome is the backdrop for Allen's latest movie project, The Bop Decameron, starring Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig and Ellen Page. The film is set to feature four vignettes, one of which will highlight an American couple with the husband played by Allen, who travel to Italy to meet the family of their daughter's fianc�. Now, the Hamptons may not be Woody Allen's great escape destination, but this past holiday weekend several celebrities came out to sparkle alongside the East End. Friday evening, Eli Manning and friends Thomas and Chrissy Hughes kicked off the holiday weekend dining at Savanna's restaurant in Southampton. Sunday, Rosario Dawson hit the town with her mom at the "Hyde Comes To AXE Lounge" party dancing with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Dawson currently starring alongside Kevin James in Zookeeper donned a Dolce & Gabbana jumper and a fresh band-aid on her knee because "apparently even playing a crack-head in a movie is hazardous for your health." Earlier in the evening singer & songwriter Estelle gave an exclusive performance for the Moet BBQ at the Paige Estate in Sag Harbor. Across town, C�ROC Ultra Premium Vodka and Brandsway Creative launched the opening weekend of the C�ROC Cabana Club. Twilight star, Kellan Lutz, Beverly Hills Housewife Taylor Armstrong, Sonja Morgan, Rick & Kathy Hilton, Rev Run, Supermodel Jessica Hart, Julissa Bermudez, DJ Mel Debarge, Jesse Marco, DJ Ruckus, and Georgica's Seth Levine enjoyed the pool-side festivities before heading over to East Hampton's Georgica Restaurant & Lounge. Ronald Perelman's East Hampton estate The Creeks played host to a Cinema Society screening of The Help. Guests included, Howard and Beth Stern, Katie Couric, Martha Stewart, Donna Karan, Gayle King, Russell Simmons, Ellen Pompeo, Tamara Mellon, Kyle (continued on page 50) The Gateway to the Hamptons starts at exit 70 A great weekend starts at King Kullen where healthy choices have never been easier. King Kullen has introduced the NuValTM Nutritional Program in all their stores. With just one glance at the product's NuValTM score, you know the nutritional value. NuValTM scores range from 1 to 100 � the higher the score the better the nutritional value. 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Call Josephine's Shopping and Delivery Service: (631) 736-6181 Fax (631) 732-7540 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 48 rear, Porsche made the mistake of introducing a larger, heavier car with a commonplace big bore V-8 water-cooled engine in the front, the 928. It didn't go over well at all with hardcore Porsche loyalists so, sadly, the 928 was a sales failure. To this day, it is frowned upon as a true Porsche by the right-wing Porsche owners club, and has an unusually low resale value. It is a genuine supercar, with looks to die for. Truth be told, it is more like a Mercedes sports car than a Porsche, but what's wrong with that? I see them selling for between $10,000 and $25,000 for the late series, low-mileage models. Less than the price of any new Kia. Speaking of Mercedes sports cars, they are, and always have been, great favorites of the rich and famous. Some are very good buys on the used car market. Personally, I would put my money on the early 280SL series for guaranteed long-term investment potential, but they have gotten pricey. The best bargain buys are the vast numer of 450 to 560 SLs on the market, convertibles all, many with hardtops. Not true sports cars like the fire-breathing Porsche 928, but beautifully built "personal" cars, in the same vein as the original `55 Ford Thunderbird. Prices range from $10,000 to $20,000 for the later series, more desirable 560 SLs. Put the top down, get a tan and look like you own a house on Dune Road all at the same time. Now for something completely different. A long while back when our little village of Bridgehampton had a world-famous racetrack in its backyard, I went to do a story on a national motorcycle run-off series. When I arrived at the paddock area for contestants and press, I couldn't help but notice a tent that stood head and shoulders above anything on the field. It was the BMW motorcycle racing team tent. Entering, I noticed everyone in there was blond and blue-eyed. Remember the children in the film The Village of the Dammed? All these guys looked like them all grown up. This group turned out to be seriously dedicated motorcycle racers on a very competitive team. However, during the interview, I asked them, "If money were no object, what motorcycle would you want?" They all answered in unison, "DUCATI." The Italian Ducati motorcycle has long been considered the Ferrari of motorcycles, and just for the record, some Ducatis are faster than any Ferrari. The rich know what to buy, and this is their favorite. If motorcycles are your thing, for slightly more than a HarleyDavidson, you can look like a "contender" on your European superbike. Just don't wear black leather on a Ducati. Make it red leather or just a pair of Gucci loafers sans socks, jeans, and a sport shirt with a horse on it. Make sure your Rolex Submariner is on your wrist, and you've arrived. I just hope you're good looking because you've got to take off that helmet at some point. A good used Ducati can be bought for around $10,000. If you really want to look like big bucks, buy a used helicopter. Bob Gelber is an automotive journalist who has lived in the Hamptons for over 30 years. He can also be seen on television talking about his favorite subject, automobiles. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you want to look "flush" when you drive out to the Hamptons? Have I got some cars for you, and for less than the cost of a new Honda Accord. The following are bargain basement ways to look like you belong. In any of the following vehicles, you can put a vintage fox "stole" on your head and everyone will mistake you for "the Donald." Used Rolls Royces and Bentleys are a little over my rock-bottom price range, but the absolute gold standard in automotive prestige. Both are bargains. Take for instance a stunning 1993 Bentley R Continental Coupe currently advertised in Hemmings. It is British racing green with tan leather with only 52,000 miles. The right color combination, the right everything. Asking price, $37,000. If you can put up with right-hand drive, you can easily find a 25-year old model of either car in England for $10,000 to $20,000. But for resale, I'd stick with an American left-hand-drive model. As sports cars go, used Porsches have tremendous resale, except for one magnificent model, the 928. When all Porsches ever built originally carried small air-cooled engines in the Who's (continued from page 41) 440 $332 $182 $ Call me to find out if you can save now. Southern Vermont University awarded Samuelsson an Honorary degree in May. His acceptance speech was colorful and moving, you can see it on YouTube. Well-spoken and well educated, Samuelsson is a popular Visiting Professor of International Culinary Science at the Ume� University (Ume� University School of Restaurant and Culinary Arts) in Sweden. Samuelsson also serves as an advisor to The Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. Since Samuelsson is so involved in his Harlem restaurant, I asked if he knew fellow Taste of Two Forks celebrity attendee, Sarabeth Levine. Levine and her husband Bill operate their jam factory (Sarabeth's Legendary Fruit Spreads) in Harlem. He said, "Of course, I know Sarabeth and Bill. They are true trailblazers-- they've just been at it a long time." You can meet the Levines, Samuelsson, Master of Ceremonies Rosanna Scotto plus the Queen of East End Cuisine Silvia Lehrer and Dan's Ambassadors of Good Taste Mark Feuerstein and Alex McCord next Saturday, July 16. With over 30 restaurants and over 30 wineries in one place, there has never been anything like Dan's Taste of Two Forks before. Check out all the details at danstasteoftwoforks. com. 287 2400 4439 www.danshamptons.com Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 49 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 50 If you're any stripe of a foodie I'd suggest you check out Eataly sometime. We enjoyed the push and pull of it and most of it was a festival of fun. There are maps of Italy showing where the various foodstuffs come from and a sign noting that the restrooms are next to the beer for a reason. Plus there are vegetable butchers on hand to do everything to the vegetables you buy there but eat them. It's remarkable how deeply a bit of bad service can mar one's overall experience. My husband and I decided small Italian desserts wouldn't ruin our lunches and, hey, when in Eataly...so we pulled up to a high table with an Almond Crumble and a Semifreddo. My husband went to grab an espresso and didn't come back until after I'd given up waiting and had eaten half of the European-level creaminess of my Semifreddo. He was coffeeless and disgruntled because he found the guy who waited photo by S. Dermont Recently my husband and I backpacked across Eataly. Mario Batali's "big Italian baby" of a food store slash deli slash coffee bar slash cheese shop slash butcher shop slash, slash, slash on 5th Avenue. It's impressive. We almost got lost in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil cul de sac. It is truly a temple to food. We popped in on our way to lunch at Sarabeth's and a walk along the High Line, so we couldn't carry very much. I thought I'd get a tiny packet of pine nuts, but at $13.80, I decided to pick them up at King Kullen instead. In an act of international food perversity--I bought nothing but a bottle of ketchup from Eataly. Italian ketchup. My family tries to talk me out of making my own ketchup every summer--"It's too hot to cook ketchup! We can BUY a bottle for $2!" I try to educate then on the finer points of ketchup. I tried my Mutti brand ketchup on an egg sandwich from Citarella this morning. It tasted of Italian tomatoes, but not like what I consider a good ketchup. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose with international ketchups. It's a wild ride. on him "slow and discourteous" and the staff standing around that guy being catty--"unimpressive." Coming from Long Island, we expect good, friendly service. Trading on Old World inefficiency? Keeping the "vice" in service? Not our thing. Just tell us if one pays for an espresso before or after consuming it. Simple matters matter. Oh well, a few minutes later we were back out in the sunshine and gazing across the street at the famous Flatiron Building. `Love that old phallic relic. Lunch at Sarabeth's, a long walk on the High Line, a peek in at The Whitney and back to the East End for corn on the cob. A near-perfect summer day. Check out all the best food and wine that the East End has to offer at Dan's Taste of Two Forks on July 16 in Bridgehampton. Take in all the yummy details at www.danstasteoftwoforks. com. Whispers (continued from page 47) MacLachlan and Desiree Gruber. Scott and Lori Sobel hosted an intimate soiree whose guests included Scarlett Johansson, Cameron Diaz, Alex Rodriguez, Chris Bosh and fianc�e, Adrienne Willliams. The oceanfront celebration included a live intimate performance by Pete Yorn. Gina Glickman Giordan is a TV Host, News Correspondent, Executive Producer and founder of GMG Entertainment.Watch Giordan's exclusive celebrity interviews and event-life coverage series, "In The Mixx" on People Magazine TV, Hamptons Magazine TV, Dan's Tube and www.InTheMixxShow.com. SALTY HOME 130 Main St., Westhampton Beach, NY Melissa de la Cruz Witches of East End GIFTS HOME ACCENTS BARWARE CHILDREN'S CHERISHABLES FURNITURE LIGHTING WOMEN'S ACCESSORIES WALL D�COR TABLEWARE BRIDGEHAMPTON COMMONS BETWEEN BANANA REPUBLIC & VICTORIA'S SECRET 2044 MONTAUK HWY, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932 631.237.1250 3097 2950 631-998-3260 | www.booksandbookswhb.com 5171 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 51 Who's Here By Sharon McKee Television anchor Rosanna Scotto is the perfect choice for Master of Ceremonies of Dan's Taste of Two Forks July 16 food and wine benefit in Bridgehampton. Not only is she well know to millions of tri-state viewers as the co-host of WNYW/ FOX 5's "GoodDay New York" morning show, she's also a certified foodie: her family has owned the popular Fresco by Scotto Italian restaurant in midtown Manhattan for nearly 20 years. Scotto is also on intimate terms with the East End food and wine scene, having owned a home in Southampton for the past five years. "My husband, children and I share the house with my parents and sister. We love it out here...even in off-season...the restaurants, the beauty of the area. When I was approached about Dan's Taste of Two Forks, I said, `Good food, good wine, good cause--I'm in!'" Dans Taste of Two Forks event will benefit East End area food pantries through the Have a Heart Community Trust. Scotto grew up in an ItalianAmerican family in Brooklyn and attended the prestigious Packer Collegiate prep school there. She graduated from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a major in theatre. In her sophomore year, however, she had an epiphany. "I thought if I am only getting understudy and chorus roles in COLLEGE theatre, I better rethink my career. I started looking for television internships, took some extra writing courses at NYU, and ended up with a job at Ted Turner's Atlanta station." Scotto returned to New York in 1982 as a reporter for WABC-TV's "Good Morning New York," which eventually became "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee." A year later she joined WABC's "Eyewitness News" as a reporter where she remained until joining FOX in 1986. In 1994 Scotto started anchoring the weekday edition of Fox 5 News, where she was teamed with newsmen John Roland and Ernie Anastos, among others, on the 5 and 10 p.m. newscasts. Three years ago she was tapped for the weekday morning edition of FOX News, "GoodDay New York" with co-host Greg Kelly. FOX 5's morning show differs from the competing morning broadcasts--including "Good Morning America" and "The Today Show"--by focusing primarily on local news. "But we really only compete with ourselves," says Scotto. "We interview local [tri-state] politicians, restaurateurs, people in the arts, co-anchor Kelly and crew have an "anything could happen now" attitude. Yet Scotto is unflappable, obviously having a good time, and proud of the family's restaurant business. On a recent cooking segment, Scotto's mother Marion Scotto ("The Boss") took the lead with a mayo-less chicken salad, followed by brother Anthony, sister Elaina and brother John each demonstrating a recipe from their popular New York eatery. "My family loves the restaurant Fresco by Scotto and loves giving back. In fact, they will all be with me when I emcee Dan's Taste of Two Forks." While she's in the Hamptons, Scotto likes to kick back and relax from her busy schedule at FOX and the many charity events that vie for her time. She plans to attend ArtHamptons and a number of benefits this summer, but basically likes to spend her downtime barbequing with the family at home. "What can I say, I'm a Brooklyn girl...I like my backyard," she laughs. She also gets together from time to time with other news pals who are parttime Hamptonites, including Katie Couric, Matt Lauer, Jane Hanson and Donny Deutsch. When we spoke, Scotto was at her desk at 4:30 p.m., prepping for an interview the next morning with Congresswoman Carolyn Malony. Scotto's day had started at 4:30 a.m., as it does every weekday, and that night she was headed to Marcus Samuelsson's restaurant, Red Rooster in Harlem. Scotto is looking forward to joining Samuelsson, who will be the official host of Dan's Taste of Two Forks event on July 16. "I am grateful that "GoodDay New York" gives me the opportunity to promote in our area. There are a lot of year-round people on the East End who are not affluent, who need the services of the Have a Heart Community Trust, and this event will bring awareness and support to them." When asked what in particular drew her attention to Dan's Taste of Two Forks, Scotto replied, "It supports local food and wine businesses, it helps local people, and the money stays right here in the local community." Sounds like a recipe for success. You can meet Rosanna Scotto--and all the Scottos--Saturday, July 16 at Dan's Taste of Two Forks, Sayre Park, Bridgehampton. Visit www.danstasteoftwoforks.com for tickets and information. Rosanna Scotto TV Anchor Dan's Taste of Two Forks: Good food, good wine, good cause -- I'm in! education and entertainment. It's so much fun, and so challenging at the same time." A three-time Emmy winner, Scotto is extremely likable on air and her chemistry with Kelly mixes gravitas with girl-meets-boynext-door accessibility. "I often tease Greg `He's the brother I wished I never had!'" jokes Scotto, but clearly they are friends on and off the air. In fact, it's all about family for Scotto. She switches gears with aplomb, from interviewing New York Chief of Police Ray Kelly (Greg Kelly's father) about a brutal crime in the Bronx, to hosting a cooking segment with her own mother and siblings. When her big Brooklyn brood joins her on set, as they did last week--including mother, brothers and sister-- Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 52 Photos By Gabby Stephenson Enjoy a picnic on the beach! A Beach Picnic for your Weekend Dinner Plans July is one of the busiest times of the year in the Hamptons and it seems crowds are everywhere. This weekend I neglected to race and secure any coveted dinner reservations at our favorite restaurants or set the table elaborately for a large gathering because we plan to pack it up and take our weekend guests to the beach for dinner. Our guests will enjoy the relaxing evening under the starry night while listening to crashing surf. I am hoping for a relatively crowd-free experience in the hopes that many will be partaking in the variety of social events going on in the area. What better way to celebrate with weekend guests than a good old-fashioned picnic on the beach complete with a campfire and topped off with roasted marshmallows. I find it to be a relatively easy way to spend the evening and entertain. There are no dishes to wash and clean up, no traffic to contend with and the added bonus is the children can frolic on the sand while we clink our glasses and enjoy a delicious dinner. I have a few go-to recipes that I rely upon for picnic dinners on the beach and of course our local cooking guru extraordinaire Ina Garten provides a plethora of easy-to-make recipes in her various Barefoot Contessa cookbooks. Garten's sesame noodles are a perfect accompaniment to a picnic and top my list. Since I just picked up her new cookbook, How Easy Is That?, I plan to make the roasted shrimp salad to bring along. Sometimes we grill hot dogs at home and wrap them individually in foil, or barbeque skewers of teriyaki beef and wrap them as well, warming them on the fire just before we eat. It's important to have a couple of small folding tables for drinks and plates. I use a variety of containers from raffiatied lacquered bento boxes to colored Chinesestyle takeout containers to provide individualsized salads and dishes for everyone. King Kullen even offers a S'mores Kit, complete with sticks and all the fixings. My daughter plans to make her delicious summer cupcakes frosted in bright hues to pass out after dinner. It does take a bit of organization to plan ahead of time but somehow the food just seems to taste more delicious on the beach, provided you can keep everyone from kicking sand onto your food. I have a great collection of tin plates, and I add a bit of luxury with rolled linen napkins, and of course we fill the cooler with lots of refreshing drinks. For a roaring fire I rely on my husband to bring the logs, a metal container to hold the fire and all the necessary tools to build it. My son likes to bring his fishing gear in case he has the urge to throw a line, all for fun of course. But I will give you one final helpful hint: don't forget to bring a battery-operated portable lantern so you can shed some light once the fire is doused and you're left to clean up your mess. It is not fun to look for your sandals in a sea of sand ensconced in a pitch-black night. 5076 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 53 Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:30pm Hosted by HBO's True Blood HBO's upcoming show Luck Tony and Academy Award Winning Actress 4980 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 54 Spiffing Up Your Flea Market Finds By Tamara Matthews-Stephenson I'm up to my old tricks again rescuing furniture that was formerly tired and ready to be replaced. I usually get antsy this time of year, drag something from a corner of my home to the outside, sand it, paint it and give it a fresh makeover. I enjoy refinishing furniture, but sometimes my hard work produces less desirable results than I had intended. To be honest, I often become impatient with laborious projects and my overall scheme loses steam when I become distracted by something else in my busy life. I do like the idea of spiffing up some of my flea market finds, but when it comes to the complicated jobs that require many hours of work, I often turn to the many talented artisans and craftsmen in the design industry for help. Take my IKEA wall unit as an example. This blonde, admittedly boring armoire has pocket doors and two gloriously large spaces with many compartments to hold all of our garments. I had purchased the unit years back and enjoy the abundant space it provides. Even its plain vanilla fa�ade initially seemed to fade into the woodwork and worked for us. I grew to love the wedded bliss it provided for me and my husband because it is not fun to share a closet with your loved one. However, over time it morphed in my mind from a nondescript Photo by Gabby Stephenson Angela Gorini Perrone 1182 armoire to a monochromatic eyesore, and I have been searching for ideas to spiff it up and help it blend better in the room. I came upon the work of local stencil artist Angela Gorini Perrone, and I knew instantly she could help me with my conundrum. Angela is a prolific artist and derives much of her inspiration from travel. She has embarked upon a series of collaborative trips with other artists to various countries where the group paints together. They just returned from an adventure to Spain. They also recently went to Morocco and worked with Maryam of MyMarrakesh on the Peacock Pavilions boutique hotel. She feels these trips allow her to come home with a fresh perspective and bring her projects artistic inspiration. Angela and I hit it off quite well and got busy working on a plan to stencil the inset panels of the wall unit. She offered up a large selection of design stencils from a reasonably priced website which sells the stencils online, The Royal Design Studios. We decided upon the pattern called Eastern Lattice Large. I chose it because it looks like a David Hicks-ish repeat shape that resembles a Quatrefoil. It has a modern, graphic feel and we anticipated it would hold up in scale to this large piece of furniture without overpowering it. I matched the color of the stencil to my Tiffany Bluecolored walls using the pale wood as the background to the stencil. Once the stencil arrived, Angela returned with paint and supplies in hand and two quick days later, I had a stylish new piece of furniture. Painting the stencil onto the piece was a little tricky because the veneer doesn't have much tooth, but Angela tweaked a couple of different techniques in order for the paint to adhere (this is only one reason why a professional is needed here). My IKEA wall unit is now the focal point in the room, so I am off to find something else to fix up. Stylishly Green, Elegantly Glenwood The finest Manhattan rentals in the neighborhood of your choice. UPTOWN LUXURY LEASING OFFICE 212-535-0500 DOWNTOWN LUXURY LEASING OFFICE 212-430-5900 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 56 Review: Michael Anthony's Food Bar By Sharon McKee I was warned it was hard to find. I was dubious about the term "food bar." And I had never been to Wading River, although I knew it was somewhere in the western foothills of North Fork wine country. But one trip to Michael Anthony's Food Bar convinced me of what the locals (and Zagat reviewers) have long known: this is a terrific restaurant. We got past the name thing once we entered the front door. Michael Anthony's Food Bar has a bar, yes, a lively one with an acoustic guitarist on the Friday night we visited. But like the menu, which is divided into sections called BeginningBar, RawBar, PastaBar and GrillBar, the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts. Chef and owner Michael Anthony Toscano (who is what they used to call movie-star handsome) has been in the business for more than 25 years. His cuisine is eclectic: Italian, French, Fusion and Modern American. His equally lovely daughter Cassandra is a more recent addition, and she has the front of house well in hand. A certified sommelier, Cassandra left a food management position in Manhattan to come out East to help her dad. By the time we were finished with our dinner, I asked Chef, "How did you ever get along without her?" She's that good, "and only 25 years old," he boasted. Cassandra has a big career ahead of her. We started with the Sesame Calamari, which came on mixed greens with Cilantro Soy Sauce. It was just crunchy enough with a tangy late hit on the palate. We also sampled a delicious Tuna Hand Roll du jour. In between Father-Daughter Team courses Chef sent out not one but three amuse-bouche, each more intriguing and filling than the one before. The pickled beets were crisp and light. The figs with ricotta and truffled olive oil were rich, sweet and mysterious. But the star of the show was his signature Linguini Lo Mein, made with porcetta, egg, spicy mustard greens and red pepper flakes. Outrageous. I ordered Duck Breast with Green Tea Honey Glaze and Baby Bok Choy. It was crisp on the outside and perfectly tender within. My dining partner changed his mind at the last minute, from filet mignon to scallops, but that didn't stop him from enjoying the Paripaso Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles, California that Cassandra originally paired with the filet. Michael Anthony's has a few local wines including Laurel Lake, and Bedell's Taste Red Blend, but for the most part it carries Californian and Italian wines. The Sea Scallops, by the way, in Panko and Lemon Garlic Velout�, were large and succulent, sitting on a bed of edamame. (Is it just me or is edamame having a moment?) Our server Trish from Mattituck insisted we try the Chocolate Ganache Cake (we split it), and Chef brought out cappuccino and homemade biscotti! The entire meal was sophisticated, full of surprises and beautifully presented, with an edible flower on almost every plate. Michael Anthony's Food Bar attracts a loyal clientele from Greenport to Setauket, and regular customers from Westhampton and Southampton, "a straight shot south," Cassandra explained. No wonder Zagat gives it a score of 24. Michael Anthony's Food Bar is a winner...and worth a trip from wherever you live. Michael Anthony's Food Bar, Restaurant and Catering. 2925 N. Wading River Rd. (between Hulse Ave. and Hulse Landing Rd.), Wading River. 631-929-8800, www. michaelanthonysfoodbar.com. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 57 Restaurant Review: Hampton Coffee Company ritos--three warm flour tortillas stuffed with scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese served with homemade salsa. I added the breakfast sausage, which contributed a savory taste. It was delicious. The salsa was a nice touch as well. It was very refreshing and made it a cohesive meal. Also I was able to taste the fat-free apple muffins and the sugar-free corn muffins. Those were nice sized and can be a good breakfast--or sliced in half, a great snack. The fat-free apple had a great apple flavor almost reminding me of apple pie; the sugar-free corn muffins were great. I couldn't even tell they were sugar free. To really enjoy the summer and the food Hampton Coffee Company, Belkin said that every Friday from 5-7 p.m., there will be live music. Because it is an early evening event, it is kid friendly. It is completely free and all of the music is performed by professional acts. This past Friday some of the performances included instruments from Argentina, music from Liverpool and two locals with many years of experience. Hampton Coffee Company, 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, has another location in Westhampton Beach on Mill Road across from Village Hall. Breakfast is served from 5:30 a.m.4 p.m., open until 7 p.m. 631-726-COFE Photo by Marissa Pollina Fresh roasted coffee beans. By Marissa Pollina As I'm on my way to work from the other county on Long Island, I get to see a strip of farmstands, restaurants, shops and other Hamptonesque stores that always keep my eyes wandering. I pass the Hampton Coffee Company, of course, as it sits among many businesses on Montauk Highway in Water Mill. When you walk in, you first notice what looks like an ordinary coffee shop with a case of assorted baked goods--like muffins, scones, croissants and cookies, but just through the next door there is a sitting area for their caf� that serves breakfast and lunch. Then there was more! Through the next door, there was an outdoor patio area also with seating... so the restaurant as a whole seats 80. Owner and CEO Jason Belkin said the sitdown restaurant and being able to watch the sunrise outside on the patio, makes them different from chain coffee shops. The patio also allows for children to be a little louder and is pet friendly. Belkin said customers bring pets on a regular basis and they accommodated them with pet bowls. While drinking my flavored specialty hazelnut iced coffee, Belkin told me he has seen many people come into the Hampton Coffee Company store. Since opening in 1994, he has seen people meet and further their relationships, some go on to be married and he has then watched their families grow. Over a 17-year period, a family sequence such as this is an "unsaid compliment," said Belkin. Back to my coffee. My server Samantha brought out the largest glass of coffee I had ever seen served at a coffee shop. My drinks at a diner bear no comparison to this glass of coffee--and hazelnut was the perfect choice. It was bold, hand-roasted estate-grown coffee and it is freshly roasted daily. Not only is their coffee impressive, they also have a Mobile Espresso Unit. It is a Mercedes Van with an espresso bar inside. For breakfast I ordered the breakfast bur- 4416 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 58 There's a New Art Market in Town By Allegra Dioguardi The Hamptons have long been a Mecca for artists. There is something magical about the quality of light on these twin forks of land, surrounded by water, which is conducive to painting and creating. Where artists convene, art lovers, art dealers and art collectors will follow. Enter artMRKT Hamptons. ArtMRKT Hamptons is a unique, new art fair debuting in Bridgehampton on July 14 through the 17 at the Bridgehampton Historical Society Grounds. Attendees will be able to view art from 35 important galleries from all over the country in a relaxed environment. You may leisurely browse paintings, sculpture, drawings and photography while strolling through the festive, tented venue. Cost of a one-day ticket is only $15. The opportunity to behold and purchase such an array of artwork is priceless! If the idea of investing in artwork intrigues you but you're on the fence, there are many "pros" to consider. Art is an investment you can enjoy every day. It is an investment that enriches your life and brings color, form and texture to your home. Art evokes emotions; joy, sadness or it can kindle a memory. It can become or create a focal point and be an epicenter in a room. A home can be designed entirely around the art. If treated as an accessory, art can tie everything together or it can simply be the icing on the cake. Art will initiate conversations and elicit opinions. Unlike a Work by Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers INCREDIBLE DISCOUNTS On Treadmills, Ellipticals, Stationary Bikes, Home Gyms, Free Weights And More. Serious Equipment. Serious Service. 4924 2484 sofa, art arouses passion! The art you select says something about you as an individual; art is a unique reflection of your personal taste. Art, well chosen, can dramatically increase in value or become an heirloom to pass down to future generations. In this economy, not many investments can claim all of these criteria. Local galleries participating include the Boltax Gallery on Shelter Island, Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton, Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton, the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill. There will be dozens of New York City and Brooklyn galleries, as well as those from as far away as Amersterdam and Bangkok. The Hamptons affords residents and visitors a host of unique and cultural opportunities. ArtMRKT, Taste of Two Forks, Hampton Designer Showhouse to name a few. Natural beauties aside, these amazing events are a big part of the allure of this area. There is nothing mundane about spending a day perusing so many significant works of art gathered under one roof. I urge you to take advantage of this event. I feel very fortunate to live in an area where we can enjoy so many remarkable events. As an alternative to the beach this weekend, find out what artMRKT Hamptons is all about. It opened to rave reviews in its incarnation in San Francisco in May. If you are unable to attend in person, or if you want early access to make purchases, there is an online auction called MRKTworks. This online auction consists of work donated by participating galleries and the proceeds will go to support local Hamptonsbased nonprofit organizations. Art as an excuse to party? There is also an opening night, catered Preview Party and a VIP Party sponsored by Cadillac that will benefit Southampton Hospital. Enjoy your art this summer, make a great investment, and attend a glamorous party that benefits a worthy cause. ArtMRKT Hamptons makes it easy. For tickets, directions or more information visit www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons. Allegra Dioguardi, Styled and Sold, www. styledandsold.com. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 59 AUCTIONS JULY 20TH ILL Rt. 70 & Rt. 154 (Brace Road/Kings Highway) JULY 21ST Good Garden State Soils 1: Historic Zygmont Farm House 4: 2: 3: 5: 6: JULY 28TH 1: Approved 40 Unit Condo/Apartment Development Opportunity 3: wp., Build your farmstead 2: L 12 Units, Partially leased 4: 5: 3 Residential Properties REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO. 888-299-1438 TE SI R EB OU W L Y UR AL RT S! O E E IT SE OP ING S VI TO PR IST L 5102 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 60 Finding Your Inner Fish Bliss By Terry Sullivan Thursday morning had a great break of day, dark grey threatening rain clouds, seem to be painted by Turner and Church, requiring a soundtrack with trumpets and sackbuts; but this threat of doom was undermined at dawn as the hopeful, East End artist light lit up the red mud shore. At 5:30 a.m. I caught a keeper bass, my first of this season, and that special contentment that comes with fishing and catching stayed with me all day long, but as I started to lay down to sleep I felt something creepy, literally, creeping on me and found a deer tick hiding in a very shady place, on me. That's life, a bass in the morning and a tick at night. By Contentment I mean that general feeling of well being, whereas bliss, happens to me in spikes of unexpected joy, when I'm usually already in a relaxed state of mind; it swells in the chest to the back of the neck and then soars to your head. Where does this feeling of overwhelming bliss come from whether I'm catching fish or not? It feels primal and strikes me on a gut level, like its equal/ opposite, grief. I'll be intensely focused, for instance on fishing, and thinking of nothing but what is in front of me, and be pleasantly surprised each time I'm lifted out of my skin with bliss. It feels related to the joy of performing on stage; once you learn to relax and absorb the energy from the audience, and channel it through your singing, there is a cyclic exchange of energy between you and the audience that feels so good it could be endorphins. I'm often so "blissed out " after a good concert that I lose track of all sorts of earthly responsibilities: compact discs, cash, audio equipment, and I've forgotten some important items after a good fishing expedition, as well; my 10 foot surf rod, for instance. I just landed a 41-inch striped bass, on the beach at Mecox for the first time, and as I left, in that exalted state, the $550 rod and reel remained on the beach. Ten minutes later I came to my senses, banged a U-turn and returned to the beach to find my rod and reel leaning against the truck of a fellow fisherman, who stuck it there for safe-keeping. Fishing in the waters that wrap around Sag Harbor can be very calming, as you are wading waist deep in tidal water that is either table top flat, or chopping one foot tall waves at roughest. You are part of the bay, often the tallest thing within 100 yards of water, at the first light of day, an hour before dawn, where the light heightens and softens simultaneously on the wildlife: the herons fishing along with you, the osprey above and the deer that sneak on suede covered feet to waterside, warily keeping an eye on you. The only way this magic bliss appears is hard work, you have to be well prepared for fishing or performing. Every song must be rehearsed so thoroughly you could sing it in an orchestra pit with the whole pit playing Bach while you sang the blues. Every reel, every lure and every piece of gear necessary must be at the ready as you move about your house at 5 a.m. on auto pilot without the distraction of thinking; here action and routine rule. You start the truck, turn off the radio, you need nothing but the morning air and as you near the water you get that first rush of bliss, an anticipation, as if this is the first time you have ever fished. That wave of comfort may be a first cousin to the nerves I get hours before I go onstage. As I get through the first song, I calm down and beam a little smile inside to myself...for being where I am born to be: onstage telling stories in song. The nervousness before I go onstage, indicates to me I still care about how well I'm going to perform. When I stop caring about that, I'll stop performing, and when I no longer get that rush of anticipation as I'm going to fish, there will be one hell of a yard sale. However, no matter why, or where it comes from, I am still determined to get my share of bliss in this life...as it is... infested with ticks. Terence M. Sullivan is a practitioner of the Bardic tradition of Ireland singing a capella, in Irish and English from Carnegie Hall to Canio's Book's in Sag Harbor. He writes verses and prose inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds Sag Harbor and the natural madness and humor of Manhattan where he lived for 35 years. Summer Specials B tball Players Wante e d a sk ! Angel Tips Nail Spa Gift Certificates Available 631-537-0100 Bridgehampton Commons, 2102 Montauk Hwy. Bridgehampton NY (Next Door To T.J. Maxx) Based in Sag Harbor Manicure & Pedicure Waxing: 30 MINUTE Neck & Shoulder Massage 30 MINUTE Reflexology Active Hamptons, the leading source for private coaches, is seeking motivated age 13-15 basketball players for three times weekly practice games with coaching. Reasonable participation fee. Walk-Ins Welcome 5188 (No Appointment Necessary) email@example.com www.activehamptons.com 5187 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 61 Get Ready for a British Film Invasion By Arianna Johnson Tracking your life through food is something that is very relatable to me. If it were not for the rough patch during my teenage years, I would have never learned that I loved cooking and eating, of course. This is something that Nigel Slater knows a lot about as well. In his memoir Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger, he describes his boyhood in terms of food memories. The book starts out with, "My mother is scraping a piece of burned toast out of the kitchen window;" you automatically know that this is a story about a love/hate relationship with food. But it's also about Slater's tough upbringing. His family didn't have very much money, his mother died before he was 10 of a severe asthma attack, his father ignored him, then married the cleaning lady and passed away, himself; needless to say, this kid had it rough. But what brought him through was his passion for food and his desire to cook. "I love bread-and-butter pudding. I love its layers of sweet, quivering custard, juicy raisins, and puffed, golden crust. I love the way it sings quietly in the oven; the way it wobbles on the spoon." This is just one of many detailed food descriptions Slater give throughout the book; the chapters are even titled after memorable dishes. Now this autobiography has become a movie and is part of From Britain with Love, a program make a mean lemon meringue pie and his interest in food peaks from there. There are five other British films that are going to be shown over the six weeks. On July 18 there is In Our Name, in which a British soldier named Suzy is trying to fit into civilian life after a tour in Iraq. Premiering on July 25 is In Africa United, in which three Rwandan children sneak onto a bus and set off to Rwanda's capital city to audition for the opening ceremony of the 2010 World Cup, but end up on the wrong bus, headed to the Congo. Showing August 1, Third Star is the story of a man named James, who has terminal cancer and wants to make the most of this life by inviting his three closest friends to join him on a camping trip to a beach in West Wales. Non-Educated Delinquent, or NEDs, is presented on August 8. It is the story of John McGill and his friendship with Julian. Scared and angry, he joins a gang of NEDs, bad boys with weapons and attitude, enamored of cheap drugs, glam rock, fumbling sex and the violence of the streets. Finally, on August 22, A Man Called Dad is about a 14-year-old boy suddenly becoming a father and struggling with growing up very quickly. The screenings will be Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton. Tickets are $5 (for each film) for Parrish members, $7 for nonmembers. "Toast" with Helena Bonham Carter of six independent films that will exclusively run at the Parrish Art Museum from July 11 through August 22. Toast is directed by S. J. Clarkson and stars Helena Bonham Carter, Freddie Highmore and Ken Stott. Although the acting and setting are superb, the movie does differ from the book. As previously stated, the book concentrates on Slater's love for food and hunger, no pun intended, to learn how to cook. However, the film is more about Slater's odd journey through his early life, including dealing with his homosexuality. 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I'm an Amazon Mom, after all. This means I can get things lickitysplit--for free! I just call out to the universe and it's at my front door in two days. Which door? For all I spend, they should know where to find me. On the drive out, I sit in the back with our son. He begins to cry. "Just lean over and feed him," says my husband. Apparently, there's no time to stop, we have to get out east as soon as possible to unwind. I hesitate, but then unbuckle and hoist myself over the car seat. It's awkward and unsafe and bumps could cause major injury, but I'm here to tell you that once you cave, never again will your partner Web Production intern We are seeking an energetic, creative intern to report directly to the Web Production Manager. The ideal candidate uses social media/ networking on a daily bases, loves celebrity culture and works well within a small, exciting team. 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Like many mothers, I'm proud to have mastered feeding my child and myself simultaneously. However, this past weekend alone, the following did land on my son's head: tamale from DeJesus Grocery, drippings from a Bay Burger, a soggy piece of Espresso's focaccia that I over-dipped in dressing. We're currently working on naptime in both the city and country crib. But on weekends, we practice co-napping, where my husband lies down with our son to sleep. On a recent Saturday afternoon, the two of them upstairs, I panic, unsure how to spend this uninterrupted time of unknown length. My phone buzzes. It's a text from my husband. "He's fst aslp." "Grt nws!" I text back. "Wht dos he look like?" He sends a photo. We text back and forth for a while. I like this new kind of intimacy, but there goes my free time. Sunset swims, beach walks at dusk, cocktails at day's end. No more. Now, just as the sky gets that golden glow, I draw the shades to our son's room and do not emerge until dark. But sunrise, that's mine to enjoy. Five a.m. margaritas, anyone? At least once a weekend, I attend a yoga class in town. It takes the whole 90 minutes to wipe my mind of its to-do ticker and slow my breathing to a pant-free pace. Finally, in sivasana, I lie supine, at last subdued. I anticipate the instructor's hands rubbing my temples with lavender oil. Around me I hear chirping and chanting, but then...a cry. Is that...? Have they...? It is. My husband has arrived early to hand off our son while he goes swimming. According to my calculations, I spend seven hours a weekend--nearly a full day--in prep and travel time to come out east. For my husband, it's worth it. For me, not always. And yet, when I stroll into town with our boy, pointing out boats and windmills and weathervanes, all of the hassle dissolves. No, it doesn't. But I'm working on it. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 63 Grabbing Grub and More at Greek Festival folk dances from all over Greece. There will also be a raffle with over $25,000 in cash and prizes, including a Fiat 500, a 46-inch television and Yankees and Mets tickets. Children's carnival rides and great vendors ensure that everyone will find something fun to do. And to top it all off, admission and parking are free! The festival is one of the largest summer events in the Hamptons, attended by thousands of people over the four days. It is usually held on the church's property, but this year it will be at the Southampton Elks Club due to the construction of a new church building. My favorites of the festival include the classic Greek salad, spanakopita (spinach pie) and yummy baklava for dessert. As a shopping enthusiast, I love the vendors' tent, where I can always find a treat for myself or a gift for a friend. Father Lazarakis and his parish are looking forward to showcasing some of the wonderful food and customs of their people, and sharing them with the community. "It's an opportunity to show the broader community what our church is about," he said. Check out the Hamptons Greek Festival this weekend--you won't be disappointed. 2011 Hamptons Greek Festival, July 7-9, 4-11 p.m.; July 10, noon-9 p.m. (rides start at 3 p.m.). Southampton Elks Lodge 1574, 605 County Road 39, Southampton. 631-283-6169, www.kimisishamptons.org. By Alexandra Andreassen One of my favorite summer events is the annual Hamptons Greek Festival. There's nothing like enjoying a beautiful summer evening with friends and family, complete with delicious food, wonderful music and a festive atmosphere. Well, the Greek Festival is back this weekend! Both visitors and locals can enjoy delicious Greek food, traditional Greek music and dancing, children's rides, and vendors at the annual event run by the Kimisis Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church in Southampton. Father Constantine Lazarakis, one of the priests at the church, along with Father Alexander Karloutsos, said that the festival is the church's main benefit event each year. "It's our major annual fundraiser, so much of our operating budget is funded through the festival," he noted, "and that allows the church not only to serve our members but also provide philanthropy and service in the broader East End community." Moreover, Father Lazarakis feels very blessed because "We have a very committed group of faithful congregants and our festival is put on by volunteers." Volunteers make all of the food and desserts from scratch, and work hard to prepare for weeks and months before the event to ensure that it runs smoothly. Highlights of the event include performances by a group called the Hamptons Hellenic Dancers, which is part of the church's youth ministry. 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About 400 people turn out for each performance. J.P. Groeninger is the co-creator of the Caf� Shakespeare program and he plays Lord Capulet in this season's Romeo and Juliet. A.D. Newcomer is the stage director, actor, and a board member of Northeast Stage. At the Bistro performances, which include Caf� Shakespeare (random scenes and soliloquys from a variety of plays) on July 15 and a full production of Romeo and Juliet on July 31, people can sip a free glass of local merlot while they watch the Shakespearean actors. I think wine and Shakespeare go together perfectly, and here's why: 1. Good wine quotes "In vino veritas." In wine, (there is) truth. Meaning, when you're drunk, you'd best refrain from going on Twitter and Facebook and sending out naked photos. Actually, the quote is from Pliny the Elder; the Roman who died in 79 A.D. attempting to rescue a friend after Mount Vesuvius erupted and destroyed Pompeii. (The full phrase is, "In vino veritas, in aqua sanitas", i.e., "In wine there is truth, in water there is health.") The version attributed to William Shakespeare is "The wine-cup is the little silver well, Where truth, if truth there be, doth dwell." Get a man (or woman) drunk if you want to know what they're really like. But, wise Shakespeare also wrote, "I am falser than vows made in wine." (As You Like It). Here's another quote from Shakespeare: "Good wine needs no bush." What does that mean?! Does it have something to do with peeing outside? Is it a slang reference to a certain part of the female anatomy? It appears to derive from one of the maxims of Publilius Syrus, a first century A.D. wit - "You need not hang up the ivy branch over the wine that will sell"--meaning, if the wine is good you needn't go overboard with marketing, 2. Shakespeare and wine both engage the mind. When people describe wine, they use sophisticated words and subtle concepts. Like, "this silky and intelligently done almost corpulent Pinot Noir sports finesse and finish with a modicum of understated mango and buttered scones." Or "rounded but equally hedonistic Cabernet Franc attacks with raspberry, cigar box, fir, delectable melted chocolate, Frenchoaked smoked bacon and strong-willed earth." Or "Sturdy and almost sassy full-textured Merlot throws off thyme, cassis, loganberry, unripe coffee and weak stewed prune. Drink now through 2012." Millions of words have been written about wines. Shakespeare also wrote millions of words. "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate." (continued on page 66) Visit our state of the art 15,000 square foot factory to see for yourself the quality, craftsmanship and experience that goes into every one of our award winning awning structures. 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Deny thy father, and refuse thy name.� "To be or not to be: that is the question." �Nothing can come of nothing.� "What's in a name?" "Now is the winter of our discontent." "Beware the ides of March." "It's Greek to me.'' "Brave new world." "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark." 3. Shakespeare liked wine better than beer. Wine is a beverage that you sip when sitting around, eating some good food, and talking with your friends. You could do the same with beer, but it doesn't conjure up the same image. When I think of beer drinking, I think of a bunch of college aged guys in T-shirts, whooping and throwing TVs out of dorm rooms. When I think of wine, I picture white tablecloths, Riedel glasses, sophisticated dinner guests, and artful conversation. . . . Shakespeare fits in perfectly with that image. "Come, come, good wine is a good familiar creature if it be well used; exclaim no more against it." Shakespeare liked wine better than beer. "I will make it felony to drink small beer.... God save your Majesty! The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers. Nay, that I mean to do." A resident of Manhattan and the North Fork, lawyer/vineyard owner/winemaker/ restaurateur Theresa (Tree) Dilworth is the owner of Comtesse Th�r�se Winery & Bistro in Aquebogue, the only Long Island vineyard with a restaurant. Tennis (continued from page 38) Take a backyard VacaTion and charities. In recent years, Jim Grabb, Andre Agassi and the Williams sisters have participated in these fundraisers as well as numerous local celebrities including Christy Brinkley and Alec Baldwin. William J. 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Having had the opportunity to spend time with Nelson Mandela on many occasions, this artist was recently honored when the ailing Mandela found the strength to sign Bermano's painting, "Madiba's Rainbow Nation." This weekend his work will be on display at the Bego Ezair Gallery's Southampton and Greenport locations. The road that led him to art is a unique one. "Growing up, I was not artistic at all," Bermano says. "In fact, I did everything I could to avoid going to a museum, yet I always held on to a distinct childhood memory of a third grade sponge art competition I had won." Twenty-three years later, in 2003, Bermano was living in London. Experiencing freedom like he never had before, he felt the urge to paint big, bold flowers. Later he moved to Las Vegas, and the adjustment to life in America was a hard one. He then became the youngest licensed boxing promoter in Las Vegas history, a license that has only been given to 30 people in the world and is the highest level of recognition in the industry. In 2006, Bermano moved to Dallas, "where I should have been happy, but my earlier years of torment left a huge void in me." In 2008, he was inspired to paint again, and has continued to pursue the developing passion that he is "so thankful for." In March 2011, he gave up his position in marketing to become a full-time artist, and he has decided to donate half of his gross sales to charity. "My paintings are pure and are painted from my soul," he says. "My body is merely the vehicle that gets them on the canvas. After suffering from torment for nearly thirty of my forty years, I am now free and my incredible freedom is expressed through my art. The joy I feel when I paint is nothing short of pure exhilaration and I can't stop painting because I simply can't wait to see what the painting will look like when it's done." Bermano lives by the saying, "There but for the grace of God, go I." He now experiences life fully, and his passion and vitality can be seen through his artwork. "Discovering the Inner Child" from 7/98/10. Bego Ezair Gallery in Southampton and Greenport. Opening receptions: 7/9, 5-7 p.m., 136 Main St., SH. 631-204-0447. 7/10, 5-7 p.m., 437-443 Main St., GP. 631-477-3777. www. ezairgallery.com. 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Orders below the minimum are When delivered via common carrier usually within 24 to 48 hours. LUCAS CARTON great champagne from the house of demoiselle In 2005, the famed Lucas Carton restaurant reopened its doors after its 3-star Michelin chef, Alain Senderens, declared to the world that he was giving up his Michelin stars, so that he could focus on preparing great food and serving great wine that would be affordable to the general public. "I feel like having ng fun", he had declared to the New York Times. It has been renamed Senderens. Alain Senderens explains how this delicious Champagne came to be: "In 1993, when I met my good friend Paul-Francois Vranken, I asked him to create a special cuvee of Champagne that I would be proud to serve to my guests. After a great amount of research, the magical M. Vranken created this Special Reserve Champagne Demoiselle for my restaurant. Champagne from Alain Senderens' famed Paris Restaurant Senderens! LUCAS CARTON DEMOISELLE SPECIALE LUCAS CARTON ROS� A very dry Champagne that imparts a buttery flavor to the palate and was created to be consumed with the cuisine of Lucas Carton. (1140) It is an exquisite rose Champagne that overflows with toasty aromas, ripe raspberry fruit and a crisp, delightful finish. (0056) Bottle $3295 Case $39540 Bottle $3695 Case $44340 FOUR GREAT SPARKLERS FROM FRANCE A tradition at Sherry-Lehmann since the 1940s! Boyer Brut has graced the tables of weddings, receptions, birthdays, and graduations. It is a distinguished dry sparkling wine of high merit. From some of the better vineyards of France, it is ideal for those who want a sparkling wine that is dry and pleasing to the pocketbook as well as the palate. (0081) BLANC DE BLANCS NV BOYER BRUT CORNEY & BARROW We are thrilled that London's famed Corney & Barrow has been kind enough to share with Sherry-Lehmann this special Peche Cuvee. You will be delighted by its delicate balance and semi-dry, fresh, fragrant peach flavors. The perfect aperitif for your summertime festivities. (4026) PECHE (PEACH) NV CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE `GRANDE RESERVE' NV "Prial praised this as close to Champagne with a nutty flavor... De Rosa called this wine a pleasant surprise." �New York Times Tasting Report (4502) LOUIS BOUILLOT CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE ROS� PERLE D'AURORE "Toasty, yeasty aromas add scents of cinnamon and plum. The fruit is even more apparent on the palate..." �The Wine Enthusiast (4510) LOUIS BOUILLOT Bottle $10 Case $131 40 95 Bottle $12 Case $15540 95 Bottle $1399 Case $16788 Bottle $1499 Case $17988 � ONE OF THE FINEST WINE SHOPS IN THE WORLD - ZAGAT SURVEY � IF BACCHUS OWNED A WINE STORE, THIS WOULD BE IT - ZAGAT SURVEY � ONE OF THE FINEST WINE SHOPS IN THE WORLD - ZAGAT SURVEY � 1618 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 72 Editor: Maria Tennariello | Layout Designer: Nadine Cruz gordin's view barry gordin "Pride in The hamPTons" Live ouT Loud benefiT The 3rd annual Hamptons Live Out Loud benefit dedicated to inspiring and empowering LGBT youth by connecting them with successful role models was held at the magnificent waterfront home of Bruce T. Sloane in East Hampton's Grace Estate. 5 4 3 1. Raphael Miranda (Meteorologist, NBC), Bruce T. Sloane (Host) 2. Debra Harley, Denise Bornschein, Leo Preziosi Jr., (Founder LOL), Vidur Kupur (Comedian), Joel Gevis 3. Dave Stengel, Heather Stengel, Douglas C. Petri 4. Jennifer Gorgeous Vola, Jack Preston 5. David Nickle, Hal Rubenstein 6. Samuel & Polly Mizrahi (Century 21 Mizrahi Realty) 1 2 A reception for artists Clifford Ross & Bryan Hunt was held at Guild Hall and will be on display until July 31. hunT/ross recePTion @ guiLd haLL 1 2 3 4 5 6 The Ross School Club Starlight presented "Springtime at Ross," honoring David & Sybil Yurman with a live performance by Cherry Poppin' Daddies and emceed by stand up comic/writer Colin Just of Saturday Night Live. 1. Sybil & David Yurman (Honorees) 2. Courtney Sale Ross (Founder) 3. Colin Just (Host) 4. Kevin Congleton, Joe Manis, Willie Matheis (Members of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies) 5. Sally Fan, Andy Sabin, Sarita & Bernie Kiemnock 6. Sarahbeth Olivia Cook, Melissa Orlando (Knicks City Dancers) 7. Danielle & Jim Gingerich Jordan Roth, President of Jujamcyn Theaters continues his series "Broadway Talks at the 92nd Street Y. swingTime @ ross 1. Bryan Hunt (Artist), April Gornik 2. Elie Tahari, Helen Meyrowitz, Marissa & Barry Zelman 3. Clifford Ross, Anh Duong, Ross Bleckner 4. Ruth Mueller, Christina Mossaides Strassfield (Museum Director/Chief Curator) 5. Melville Straus (Chairman, Guild Hall), Ruth Zuckerman, Donald Mullen 6. Cheryl & Michael Minikes (Hosts) danieL radcLiffe TaLks @ The 92y 1 2 3 4 Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), Jordan Roth 5 6 7 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 73 Editor: Maria Tennariello | Layout Designer: Nadine Cruz KAT'S EYE KATLEAN DE MONCHY The Hampton Hills Golf & Country Club, Westhampton Beach, hosted the "Play For Pink" golf tournement benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, founded by Evelyn Lauder in 1993. For the past nine years, Jane Pontarelli has chaired this very special event. THE 9TH ANNuAL "PLAY fOr PiNK" GOLf TOurNAMENT 1 2 3 4 5 1. Pat Arnone, Phyllis Simon, Jane Pontarelli (Chair), Lorrine Podell 2. Elyse Slaine, Joe Pontarelli 3. Laurie Rothenberg, Joyce Kramer, MaryAnn Savarese, Chris DeStefano 4. Marlene Feinstein, Susan Pine, Phia Billman, Andrea Cohen 5. Jill Sirulnick, Cindy Levine, Penny Wallerstein, Harriet Rothfeld Photos: Mary J Allmaras Dan's Papers cover artist Joe Chierchio along with Cosimo Scianna fused the opening reception at the Kalaher Fine Art gallery in Southampton. A lovely backyard patio gave guests an area to enjoy wine, cheese 2 1 and conversation. 1. Joe Chierchio (Artist), Cosimo Scianna (Artist), Arthur Kalaher (Gallery Owner) 2. Leonard Barton, Karolina Blasiak "NOW AND THEN" DrAWiNGS AND MiXED MEDiA OPENiNG rECEPTiON "COCKTAiLS fOr CANiNES" TO BENEfiT LAST CHANCE ANiMAL rESCuE Gretchen Scott Designs was barking up the right tree and let the leash go on a fabulous evening of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at their Job's Lane, Southampton store. Guests enjoyed generous discounts, raffles and a private viewing of the colorful, breezy collection. All proceeds to benefit Last Chance Animal Rescue of Southampton. Photos: Mary J Allmaras & Rose Marie Oliviero 1 2 3 TECHSPrESSiONiSM SOLO SHOW OPENiNG Artist, Colin Goldberg opened his solo Techspressionism art show at 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton. The show will run through July 16. www.techspressionism.com Photos: Rose Marie Oliviero Photos: Nancy Pollera Chrysalis Gallery, Southampton hosted a group show featuring local artists Larry Johnston, Gayle Tudisco, Richard Denisiewicz, and Introduced Kitty Brumberg. Local wines & Hors d'oeuvres were served. 1. Venessa Scott-Brown, Nicole Barylski, Alexandra-Scott Brown, Pamela Snyder (Last Chance Animal Rescue) 2. Ann-Marie Horan, Whitney Knowlton 3. Ann Thomas (Board Member), Whitney Knowlton (Founder/Dir. LCAR), Annmarie Horan OPENiNG rECEPTiON AT CHrYSALiS GALLErY MEET AND GrEET THE KiNG Of CASHMErE Photo: Liam McMullan of Patrick McMullan 1 2 Larry Johnston, Kitty Brumberg, Richard Denisiewicz, Gayle Tudisco 1. Robert Mielenhausen (Colin's Southampton HS Art Teacher), Colin Goldberg (Artist) 2. Art & Kiku Goldberg (Colin's Parents) Hamptonites enjoyed the meet and greet of the `King of Cashmere,' Christopher Fischer at his chic East Hampton boutique! The fashion designer, whose celebrity followers include Jessica Biel, Claire Danes, Olivia Palermo and John Mayer, gave shoppers a personal tour of his store while enjoying refreshments of homemade lemonade and cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery. Christopher Fischer (Pres. & CEO), Joni Fischer (Retail Dir.) rOLLS rOYCE "SPiriT Of ECSTASY" CELEBrATiON, BriDGEHAMPTON A mix of socialites in the world of art, music, and fashion arrived as guests were invited to test drive Rolls-Royce's Ghost and Phantom family cars while celebrating the Fourth of July. Photos: Barry Gordin BriAN STOKES MiTCHELL AT WHBPAC Photo: Barry Gordin 1 2 3 1. Sabine Brown & Marlena Brown 2. Dana & James Belmonte 3. Tim Gannon (Outback Steakhouse), Nicholas Brown Clare Bisceglia (Executive Director WHBPAC), Brian Stokes Mitchell Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 74 NORTH FORK by Lenn Thompson OVER THE BARREL Two Sauvignon Blancs � and One Delicious Oddity � for Summer Someone visiting Long Island wine country for the first time might think that merlot is the region's signature variety � and it very well may be. I just think it's too early in the region's lifespan to anoint any single grape "the" grape of Long Island. As good as local merlot can be, I don't drink a lot of it in the summer. In my house at least, the signature grape of the summer is Sauvignon Blanc, a grape that is planted much less locally, but one that results in many of the best whites. Several producers are doing interesting things with the grape, but two bottles in particular have stood out over the last few weeks of tasting. Kelly Urbanik, who has been the winemaker at Macari Vineyards for a year now � not to mention the hot, dry growing season � combined to make Macari Vineyards 2010 Katherine's Field Sauvignon Blanc ($23) an intense, almost left coaststyle Sauvignon Blanc. Intense and fruity, the nose shows a lot of sweet Meyer lemon and pink grapefruit with somewhat tropical aromas, a bit of hay and intriguing sweet herbal notes. Ripe and forward, but balanced with softer acidity, the palate shows similar sweet lemon-grapefruit citrus character, but with distinct tropical fruit flavors of guava and papaya joining the party. The herbal qualities are still evident, but much less so. The finish is medium-long with a certain tart and citrusy quality. A bit of heat (the wine is labeled 13.9% abv) detracts a bit from the otherwise clean finish. Shinn Estate Vineyards 2010 First Fruit Sauvignon Blanc ($23), made by winemaker Anthony Nappa, is brightly aromatic, delivering bright citrus and spring flower aromas with layers of pear, pear skin and green melon. The classic Long Island salinity is there as well, while sweet herb and grassy notes are very subtle. Broad and ripe � yet focused � the palate is citrusy with sea breeze, green melon and a subtle herbaceous edge. Good-not-great acidity balances the palate fairly well. Thought not a Sauvignon Blanc, Palmer Vineyards 2010 Albarino ($25 for a 500 ml bottle) is a beautiful wine for this time of year � plus it's the region's first Albarino, an aromatic white variety from coastal Spain. Made by Spanish-born Miguel Martin, it shows a pretty and fresh nose with aromas of ripe muskmelon, apple, peach, citrus blossom and tropical fruit � along with a subtle minerally salinity. In the mouth, that freshness comes through again with juicy, citrusy acidity framing straightforward, slightly tropical fruit flavors. The lightly floral qualities from the nose reappear on the surprisingly long, mouth-watering finish. While fresh and lively, one can imagine a cooler, more typical year bringing even more acidity and verve. Like I said, this is just a sampling. You'll find great summer whites from wineries such as Channing Daughters Winery, Paumanok Vineyards, Lieb Family Cellars, Anthony Nappa Cellars and Peconic Bay Winery as well � among others. What are you doing Saturday July 16th? A. Wine Tasting at Duck Walk Vineyards B. Drinks at East Hampton Point C. Dinner at Nick and Toni's D. Dessert from Dylan's Candy Bar E. Dancing at Georgica If your answer is all of the above, you'll be at Dan's Taste of Two Forks! One night. Forty restaurants. Twenty wineries. hosted by Chef Marcus Samuelsson Buy tickets at danstasteoftwoforks.com Sayre Park 154 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton V.I.P. Reception 6:30�7:30 P.M. | General Admission 7:30�10:00 P.M. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 2011 4170 5213 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 75 North Fork Events For more events happening this week, check out: Arts & Galleries Listings pg: 93 Kid Calendar pg: 82 Day by Day Calendar pg: 94 LIVE MUSIC � 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Vineyard 48, 18910 Middle Rd. Cutchogue. www.vineyard48wines.com. 631734-5200. LONESOME MOONLIGHT � 1-5 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www. peconicbaywinery.com. 631-734-7361. FOODIE SUNDAYS � 1-5 p.m. Sparkling Pointe, 39750 County Rd. 48, Southold. Enjoy savory and sweet food pairings. www.sparklingpointe.com. 631-765-0200. THE WILD MANGOS � 2-5 p.m. Live music. Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. www. marthaclaravineyards.com. 631-298-0075. Free. MONDAY, JULY 11 LIVE MUSIC � 2-4 p.m. Featuring Chris and Eddie Dou. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www.peconicbaywinery.com. 631-734-7361. TUESDAY, JULY 12 LIVE MIC � 7-10 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. www.marthaclaravineyards.com. 631-298-0075. WEB DESIGN CLASS � July 12-August 16, Tuesday evenings 6:30-8:30 p.m. Southold Recreation Center, 970 Peconic Ln., Peconic. www.southoldtown.northfork.net. 631-765-5182. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 EXPLORE YOUR ECOSYSTEM � 11 a.m.-4 p.m. through 7/17. Long Island Science Center, 11 West Mani St., Riverhead. www.lisciencecenter.org. 631-208-8000. THURSDAY, JULY 14 OPEN MIC NIGHTS � 6-9 p.m. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www.peconicbaywinery.com. 631-734-7361. Free. THURSDAY, JULY 7 OPEN MIC NIGHT � 5-9 p.m., Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. 631-734-7361. www. peconicbaywinery.com. Free. FRIDAY, JULY 8 LIVE MUSIC � 4-8 p.m. Sherwood House Vineyards, 1291 Main Rd. Jamesport. www.sherwoodhousevineyards. com. 631-779-2817. LIVE MUSIC � 5:30-8:30 p.m. featuring The Kennedys. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www. peconicbaywinery.com. 631-734-7361. Free. LUDMILLA BRAZIL � 5:30 p.m. Live music, Sparkling Pointe Vineyards, 39750 County Rd. 48, Southold. www. sparklingpointe.com. 631-765-0200. Free. HORSE RESCUE FUNDRAISER � 7-10 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. www. marthaclaravineyards.com. 631-298-0075. SATURDAY, JULY 9 EAST END SEAPORT MUSEUM LIGHTHOUSE CRUISES � Maritime history and lighthouse stories by a local expert. Boat stops next to each lighthouse for great photo opportunities. $95; $60 for teens/children includes N ew L ocation ! box meal and complimentary glass of Long Island wine (adults) or water. www.eastendseaport.org. 631-477-2100. Brand new, totally New Location! renovated location, right in the Cutchogue Village. heart ofNew Location! STREET FAIR � 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Love Ln, Mattituck. The Brand new, totally renovated location, right in the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce's 34th Annual Street Brand localtotally renovated location, right Soul N Cutchogue cuisine L ocation Village. Serving new,heart of ewprepared !with Italianin the Fair. www.mattituckchamber.org. 631-298-9400. heart of Cutchogue Village. LIVE MUSIC � 1 p.m. featuring Ludmilla Brazil. Serving local cuisine prepared with right in the dinner Specials Tuesday through Friday 4 -6pm EarlyBrand new, totally renovated location, Italian Soul heart of Cutchogue Village. Serving local cuisine prepared with Italian Soul 3 courses for $22 Sparkling Pointe Vineyards, 39750 County Rd. 48, Early dinner Specials Tuesday through Friday 4-6pm Serving local cuisine prepared with Italian Soul Southold. www.sparklingpointe.com. 631-765-0200. Hour Drink Specials Tuesday through Friday 4-6pm Happy Early dinner Specials Tuesday through Friday 4-6pm 3 courses for $22 HIGHWAY 49 � 1-5 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 3 courses for $22 dinner Specials Tuesday now available Early Small plate bar menu through Friday 4 -6pm 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www.peconicbaywinery.com. 3 courses for $22 Happy Hour Drink Specials Tuesday through Friday 4-6pm Currently open Tuesday through Friday at Happy Hour Drink Specials menu now available 4pm 631-734-7361. Free. Small plate bar Tuesday through Friday 4-6pm Happy Hour Drink Specials menu now 12 noon Saturday and Sunday atthrough Friday 4-6pm Small plate bar Tuesday available LIVE MUSIC � 2-6 p.m. Sherwood House Vineyards, Small plate bar menu now available Currently Tuesday through SundayFriday at 4pm Open open Tuesday through at noon 1291 Main Rd. Jamesport. www.sherwoodhousevineyards. Open Memorial Sunday at 12 noon Currently open ClosedDay from 12 noonat 4pm Currently open Tuesday through Friday at 4pm and Monday SaturdayTuesday through Friday com. 631-779-2817. Raw Bar, 1-6 p.m. and Sunday at 12 noon Saturday and Sunday at 12 noon T o u c h o f V e n ic e R e sta12 noon SECOND CHANCE � 2-5 p.m. Live music. Martha Open Memorial Day from u ra n t Open Open Memorial Day from12 noon R o ad . u tch o g e, N Y 2 8 3 5 0 M ain MemorialCDay from u12noon 1 1 9 3 5 Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. www. 3966 T o e o fv ra ice.co 6 3 1 .2 9 8o u c h5o f V e n ic euRRestaurant m Touch 1 Venicec hsta uenn t marthaclaravineyards.com. 631-298-5502. Free. T .5 8 of SUMMER FUNDRAISER � 5-8 p.m. Brecknock Hall, Greenport. Live music, wine and beer bar, buffet dinner and silent auction. Tickets $75, available at Southold Historical Society office, 54325, Main Rd., Southold. www. southoldhistoricalsociety.org. 631-765-5500. FIREWORKS � 9 p.m. Crescent Beach, Shelter Island. Sponsored by the Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce. Rain date July 10. www.shelterislandchamber.com. 631749-0399. SUNDAY, JULY 10 M ain o Venice Restaurant 2 8 3 5 0 TouchRoad. Cutchogue, Y 1 9 3 5 28350 Main Rofad . C u tch o g u e, N NY 111935 28350 .2 9 8 .5 8 5 1 6 3 1 Main Road. T o u c h o fv en NY 11935 Touchofvenice.com 631.298.5851 Cutchogue, ice.co m Touchofvenice.com 631.298.5851 4982 BEST BEST OF THE 2010 BEST BEST OF THE 2010 BesT WaiTer Thomas mc sWane BesT sTeak SIX EXCEPTIONAL HOMES OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL PECONIC BAY "DELECTABLE TREATS PREPARED BY CLAUDIA FLEMING OF NORTH FORK TABLE AND INN" "SWEET AND SAVORY HORS D'OEUVRES INSPIRED BY THE NORTH FORK'S TOP CHEFS: PAULA CROUTEAU, JOHN ROSS, AND TOM SCHAUDEL" "ALSO ENJOY SELECTIONS FROM TOUCH OF VENICE'S, PENNACCHIA FAMILY AND MICHE BACHER'S SACRED SWEETS" HOSTED BY: NSWF, PECONIC LAND TRUST, & THE GROUP FOR THE EAST END North Fork Oyster Company serves creative cuisine featuring the freshest local produce and seafood from the waters surrounding it on the east end of Long Island. Serving Lunch and Dinner Daily Closed Monday and Tuesday Reservations: 631.477.6840 or opentable.com 300 Main Street (Stirling Square), Greenport 5037 Including... the delectable delights from the sea, soft shell crabs. They have hit the shores and are available this weekend at Tweeds. Come by and enjoy! www.northforkoystercompany.com Tel: (631) 208-3151 2303 5130 17 East Main Street � Riverhead NY Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 76 SHOP `TIL YOU DROP with Maria Tennariello Now that the Fourth of July is behind us, we can get back to basics. (Yeah right!) Paradise Found, 51 Jobs Lane-Day Court, Southampton is a beautiful shop that is eco-friendly, with bamboo walls and tiki huts displaying their stylish, relaxed resort wear for ladies and men. Along with comfortable and sophisticated clothing, you will also find hand-painted silk tops, knitted linen and dresses, jewelry, handbags, sunglasses and Topsies shoes. Look for styles in a wide variety of sizes, along with a large selection of plus sizes for men and women, all at Un-Hampton prices. Owners Patti and Corey of The Cashmere Outlet thought of everything for this new shop, even a new line of skincare products called Naked Bee and a perfect sunscreen: Double Spectrum UVA/UVB. Open 7 days. 631-377-3972. The Elegant Setting, 31 Main Street, Southampton is hosting The Printery Trunk Show, Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Printery is a distinguished fine printing bowls, garden art and so company on Long Island, much more. established in 1881. They will If you are in need of be taking orders for custom extra seating for your house invitations for parties, and garden party guests, weddings, clambakes and see what Smith-Riverall types of announcements. Kitchens, 92 Newtown Saturday's customers will Lane, East Hampton is receive a specially mixed offering. Take a look at their box of eight engraved note gorgeous, classic, imported, cards and envelopes along handmade, Parisian Bistro caption with a $50 gift certificate chairs, stools and benches. towards a future purchase Call Kristin at 631-329-7122. from The Printery in 2011 with their purchase of ON THE NORTH FORK: a personalized order from The Printery. Their full Elmer's Custom Amish Furniture is now open line of boxed items includes place cards, notecards, in their new location at Feather Hill Village at fill-in invites and notepads. A representative from 53345 Main Road, Southold! Since 1997, Elmer's The Printery will be available throughout the Custom Amish Furniture has provided high quality day to offer custom assistance and consultations. Amish-built solid wood furniture to Long Island. Open every day 10 a.m.-5 p.m., online at www. 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I Bella and me to thank Roger and introduced Bella to Roger, Breanne, his sunny daughter, who gleefully told me he reads for attending the book reading. Bella's column. "What an honor We all had a great time. Karen is it was to meet Bella, a dog who an entertaining and passionate cares so much. It was easy to reader. What child or adult or see why Bella is the face of dog, for that matter, wouldn't SASF...she is so kind to River... want to listen to Karen as her Beach friends. treated him like a little brother almost-human Gem sat with her as well as his lifeguard." while we all followed along. While fetch was going on, I had a chance to meet Bella already had the late-night party recap of River's father. As a new dog owner, there were lots the opening of Zita Davisson's portrait show at the of questions. Roger was also a new resident of the Southampton Historical Society, and then a glorious Hamptons and a foodie like me...more important, cocktail party hosted by George and Patty Kraus Roger was just a kind man who also devotes his time kicking off the Southampton Hospital Summer to animal charities and their fiscal welfare. Here Party. Bella wants to know when these stunning we were, two men connected by their dogs, and now women will donate some of their summer party connected by our passions. dresses to the thrift shop. What a donation that Bella and River continued to play as we walked would make! A real two paws up! up the beach. I told Roger about the book signing we As a final wrap-up, Bella received a wonderful were going to at BookHampton celebrating Karen pat on the back as well as a note from Roger and LeFraks' latest book, Best in Show. We discussed River. They and their family will be attending the Southampton Animal Shelter in great detail Unconditional Love. Bella has a date with River and as well as the new thrift shop and their need for will be introducing dogs, cats and all to one another. donations. It's a hit, but we need everyone to look deep within their closets, attics, garages and storage Wishing all of you sun-filled days on the beach! units. The thrift shop constantly needs new items, especially for Bella's Picks. As always, Love, Bella--Many thanks to all who Of course, Bella reminded me to invite River and contribute and love animals. his family to the Unconditional Love Benefit on July 16. It's a must-attend for all animal lovers...a For information or to buy tickets go to www. way to make new friends, enjoy the beauty of the southamptonanimalshelter.com, or call the Scarborough home overlooking Lake Agawam, and Southampton Animal Shelter at 631-728-PETS make a difference. A rare combination of all things (7387). good! Photo by Christopher Obetz Bella's picks Christopher Obetz Blanche Williamson When Bella was reflecting on her past week, she couldn't get her new friend River out of her mind. It was a normal Saturday morning. We dashed off early to get our errands done so we could spend private alone time on the beach. As we arrived at the Halsey Neck entrance (7 a.m.), there was one other car in the lot. In the distance, I could see what appeared to be a young golden and his father heading out for their morning walk. For most people, an early walk on the beach with their best four-legged furry friend is a priceless time of bonding and reflection. Bella and I share the same sentiment. But, we also are open to meeting new friends and just letting the day come as it may. That said, what's a puppy to do when he sees a potential playmate? River quickly introduced himself. Bouncy and all full of puppy energy, River tried to engage Bella's attention. Well, when there is a calm sea and I'm carrying one of her favorite sticks, Bella has one thing on her mind--swimming and retrieving. The 7-month-old River, who had not yet become familiar with more than putting his big paddy paws in the surf, patiently waited for Bella to bring back the stick. waldmann inc. Fine Estate Jewelry 2,000 Pieces on Sale - 40% OFF 25 Main Street - Southampton 631.287.0904 5196 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 lifestyle danshamptons.com Page 79 ESPO'S SURF & SPORT 15TH ANNUAL SURF CLASSIC ESA SURF CONTEST SPONSORED BY DITCH PLAINS, MONTAUK ENJOY LIFE! GO SURFING! 2101 MONTAUK HWY. AMAGANSETT, NY 11930 631.267.SURF WWW.27SURF.COM 5122 805 MAIN STREET MONTAUK,NY 11954 631.668.SURF Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 lifestyle danshamptons.com Page 80 Take a Seaplane to Paradise By Nanci E. LaGarenne The traffic is heavy, the buses are full, the trains are packed, what is a weary vacation-bound person to do? Take a seaplane to paradise! Shoreline Aviation has seaplanes at the ready to take you from the marina and seaplane base on 23rd Street in NYC right to East Hampton Airport. You can buy a single seat, no need to charter a whole plane. There are ten seats on the plane, including the pilot. For $495.00, one of them could be yours, as opposed to paying $2975.00 to charter a whole airplane. There are five seaplanes going to and from the Hamptons all summer. You must schedule ahead of time to ensure a seat, they do go fast! And speaking of fast, the whole flight is 35-38 minutes in an airconditioned seaplane with a scenic view as you fly along the coastline. Since 1980, John Kelly has been running and flying planes for his company, Shoreline Aviation, based in Oxford, Connecticut. The triple propeller, jet prop seaplanes can land in any bay, harbor, river or lake where they are allowed. Private charters go to Shelter Island and Nantucket. Popular flights in summer are camp visits to Maine and the Adirondacks. John also operates corporate jets for private owners and Shoreline has a full aircraft maintenance operation at their base in Connecticut. They also do training services for many corporations and the US Navy. All of their pilots are former commercial airline pilots with tons of flying time. Some flew missionary flights to Africa, others flew in Alaska and South America. Shoreline has an impeccable record; never an accident or incident in any passenger-carrying operation. Though their key business is to and from NYC, in the winter they also fly in the Bahamas, the Caribbean and along the West Coast. They often run into their Hamptons clients in wintertime in the Bahamas. The pilots live in Connecticut year round, though many stay in the Hamptons for the summer. This was a busy weekend for Shoreline's seaplanes to the Hamptons, but after the Fourth, call them and set up your getaway by air. Marina to airport, in less than the time it takes to watch your favorite television show. Thirty-one years of experience under their belt. Check out their website at www. shorelineaviation.com. Call them for a reservation: 800-443-0031. Route 27 can be a parking lot in high summer out here. The crowds on the bus are noisy some days, there's not enough leg room, and people talk for two-and-a-half to three hours non-stop. Maybe your new way out here is one of Shoreline's seaplanes. John Kelly has a seat with your name on it. But do remember it's summer in the Hamptons, so call and book in advance. Fly to the Hamptons and feel the summer wind! THE GREAT BONAC FIREWORKS SHOW JULY 16TH 9:15 PM 3 MILE HARBOR EAST HAMPTON GRUCCI-STYLE 20TH ANNUAL EAST HAMPTON SANDCASTLE CONTEST AUGUST 6TH 9 AM - 4 PM ATLANTIC AVE BEACH AMAGANSETT www.ehsandcastle.com www.bonacfireworks.org Your donation ensures that these events will continue, but also support the people, programs and projects here on the East End. Go online to donate or mail your check to: www.clamshellfoundation.org Many thanks to The Friends of Richard Ryan THE CLAMSHELL FOUNDATION PO Box 2725 East Hampton, NY 11937 KIMBERLY PILLCO Winner of the Town wide student art competition CHARLES WALLER 5197 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 81 & Don't Miss Espo's 15th Annual Surf Classic By Laura Mancuso Come down to Ditch Plains Beach and check out Espo's 15th Annual Surf Classic on Saturday, July 9. This is a great way to spend the day with your family and friends catching some rays and waves. The East End has some pretty talented surfers who should surely captivate the crowds. So get your boards waxed up, pack your coolers and hit the beach! This contest is an Eastern Surfing Association-sanctioned event. The ESA is in its 43rd year and is dedicated to the sport of amateur surfing, and to the operation of amateur competition for surfers of all skill levels. All ages are welcome in this contest. There are events for men and women, and boys and girls. Registration will be held from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. The first heat is scheduled to hit the water around 7:30-8 a.m. I had a few minutes to speak to Jeff Esposito, owner of Espo's, about his expectations for this year. Jeff said he was really thrilled that the classic has reached its 15th year. He said that some of the contenders started out here when they were 10 years old and now they are about 25 and in their Photo by Michael Rovnyak prime. "It's really amazing to see how far they have progressed," he said, adding that the level of skill has increased exponentially in the 15 years the Classic has been running. "Previous winners from the first few years probably wouldn't even place now with the talent today." Fifteen years ago, no one was thinking about catching air and doing 360s, but now, the East End and the whole Northeast in general, has become a big contender in surfing. It used to be Hawaii, California and Florida dominating the sport. Esposito also said that the technology of the wetsuit has improved so dramatically that the season here can go all the way to December and starts up as early as April. This gives the Northeast a more competitive chance. Lastly, we talked about the shift of the male to female ratio. Throughout the years, more and more girls and women are hitting the water. Locally, some women surfers, such as Quincy Davis, Ariel and Alexis Engstrom, sisters of Lief Engstrom, are nationally recognized. They have been picked up by sponsors and are now surfing the pro circuit. Hopefully, if they're in town we will get to see them down at the classic this year. After all, this is where they got their start. Esposito said that two- to four-foot waves would be ideal. This would give the younger kids a chance to compete and the more advanced adults will have enough power to pull off some great maneuvers. 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Boots Lamb Education Center, Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. www.guildhall.org, 631-324-0806. Tickets at www.guildhall.org, Guild Hall box office, www. theatermania.com, or 1-866-811-4111. THE JUNGLE BOOK � July 15, 7 p.m. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., WHB. Tickets are $15. BRIDGES RIDE FOR AUTISM � July 17. Bike ride at 8 a.m. and 5K walk at 8:30 a.m. This event will start and end in lower Manhattan at the South Street Seaport. Partnered with the national support organization Autism Speaks to which all donations will go. www. bridgesrideforautism.com. All riders and walkers must pre-register online to participate. BAY STREET THEATRE MUSIC THEATRE CAMPS � August 1-5 and 8-12; 1:30-4 p.m. daily. Students write and perform in their own mini-musical. www. baystreet.org. CAMP GOOD GRIEF � Aug. 22-26. For children who have experienced a loss. 631-288-8400. THURSDAY, JULY 7 KIDSUMMER TODDLER WORKSHOP � Parrish Art Museum, SH. FULL. RHYME TIME � 10-10:30 a.m., ages 1-3, Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. Songs, rhymes, stories and art exploration. 631-537-0015, www.hamptonlibrary.org. LEGO MANIA � 3:30-4:30 p.m., Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. Play with the library's Lego collection. 631-537-0015, www.hamptonlibrary.org. WEEKLY STUDENT STRING WORKSHOP � 4:305:30 p.m., Thursdays thru August 25. Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Ln., SH. Prelude and Overture String Ensemble Summer Session for student violinists, violists, cellists and bassists. Register at 631-287-4377. www.scc-arts.org. $165 for 10 sessions. PAJAMA STORYTIME � 6-7 p.m., for families, Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main St., AMG. 631-2673810, www.amaglibrary.org. FRIDAY, JULY 8 SUMMERCAMP @ ROSS PRESENTS JOAKIM NOAH BASKETBALL CAMP � July 2-3, 10 a.m.-noon (ages 7-12) 1-3 p.m. (ages 13-17) & NEW YORK KNICKS INSTRUCTIONAL LEAGUE � July 9-Aug. 13 10 a.m.noon (ages 6�11) 1-3 p.m. (ages 12�16). Ross School Center for Well-Being, 18 Goodfriend Drive, EH. www.ross.org GOAT ON A BOAT PLAY GROUP � 9 a.m., age 3 and under. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, 4 East Union St., SGH. 631-725-4193. www.goatonaboat.org. SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL � 10-11 a.m., Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main St., AMG. Birth to age 3 with adult. Learn together through interactive play, movement, and song. 631-267-3810, www.amaglibrary.org. SANDPIPER MUSIC TOGETHER � 9:30 a.m.10:30 a.m. The Children's Museum of the East End, 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. Ages baby through kindergarteners. For cost and to register call 631537-8250. www.cmee.org. STORYTIME � 10-10:45 a.m., ages 4-7, Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. Stories and a fun craft. 631537-0015, www.hamptonlibrary.org. SATURDAY, JULY 9 20TH ANNUAL NEW YORK KNICKS BASKETBALL CAMP HOOPS CLINIC � 2-hour clinic. Saturdays only: July 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6 and 13. Focuses on the fundamentals of basketball. New York Knicks/Basketball Camp reversible jersey. Prizes and giveaways. 212-4654104. PUPPETS OF THE HIGH SEAS � 11 a.m. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, 4 E. Union ST., SGH. www. goatonaboat.org. Reservations 631-725-4193. $10/under three years $5. KIDS ROCK THE HAMPTONS � 3-6 p.m. Bridgehampton Community House, 2357 Montauk Highway, BH. Please join us for an awesome family concert! Bands include the Silly Dilly Band, Jeremy Plays Guitar, and The Bridgehampton Marimba Band! We have Jim Turner as MC, and a puppet show from Goat on a Boat! There will also be crafts, face painting and more! All proceeds go to Kids Need a Melody, a nonprofit providing free music programs to children in shelters. 631-287-5502, www.kidsneedamelody.org. $15 advance/$20 at the door. SUNDAY, JULY 10 TEEN PHOTOBOOTH � 9:30-10:30 a.m. Westhampton Free Library, 7 Library Ave., WHB. Visit the teen room with your friends to take pictures on our laptop. Photographs will appear on the library's Flickr account. 631-283-3335, www.westhamptonlibrary.net. MINUTE TO WIN IT � 2 p.m., ages 6-11. Roger's Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Rd., SH. Kids vs. parents edition. 631-283-0774, www.myrml.org. MONDAY, JULY 11 SUMMER HISTORY DIG FOR CHILDREN � Weekly, July 11- August 29, Mondays-Thursdays, 10 a.m.4 p.m. for ages 12 and up. Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main St., SH. The group will excavate and interpret three simulated sites and will be instructed in the techniques of professional field archaeologists. 631283-2494, www.southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org. $400 per week includes a healthy box lunch. PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS � July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8. 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Ln., SH. Grades 10-12. 631-283-2118, ext. 21, www.parrishart.org. $225/members $150. KIDSUMMER ART CAMP � Parrish Art Museum, SH. FULL. THURSDAY, JULY 13 TAIKOZA � 2 p.m. Japanese drum and dance, Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Ln., SH. $10/members $5. 631-2832118, ext. 30, www.parrishart.org. KIDSFEST ARTS & CRAFTS WORKSHOP � 3:304:30 p.m. Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. For ages 5 and up. $10/$8 members per workshop. All 8 workshops $80/$64. 631-324-0806 ext. 19, www.theatremania.com. PAPER BAG PLAYERS � 5 p.m. John Drew Theater, Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. For kids ages 2-7, $13/ members $11; Adults $16/members $14. 631-324-4050, www.guildhall.org, www.theatermania.com. EAST END KID by Emily Hart Post Emily, far right, with friends. HORSELESS HORSE SHOW A horseless horse show � what? Let me explain. It works like a horse show, with jumps and time and faults but the kids do this on their own, not with a horse. I saw this a few years ago on "Saddle Club" the television series, but this time I was a player. The event was for the Center for Therapeutic Riding on the East End. Under Karen Bocksel's guidance horses are used to help special needs kids. There were four riding events where the kids followed the course and jumped the hurdles � no horse. Think of it like the Hampton Classic with riders without horses. It was great fun and such a cool idea. I participated in two events. I came in fourth in the first one and in the second I ran so hard to try to win that I knocked over a hurdle. Lots of kids got ribbons and all the kids had a blast. Watch for other CTREE events. I know I will. If you'd like Emily to possibly attend your event for Dan's please e-mail email@example.com and maybe we will see you there. Espo's (continued from previous page) Join our Summer Day Camp and Saturday Clinics!!! 631-907-2566 � hamptonsbaseballcamp.com 4521 Call 631.537.0500 to advertise. convinced me to give it a shot, and I will definitely be checking out Espo's Surf Classic on Saturday. Pre-registration is available at Espo's Surf Shop in Amagansett on the Napeague Stretch. All adults are encouraged to pre-register due to limited space, and all events are first come first serve, though kids events will be open, even the day of. There will be complimentary gift bags, beach giveaways and food and refreshments served throughout the day to keep the surfers fueled up. Jeff and the crew at Espo's would like to thank the sponsors for this 15th Surf Classic, including Rip Curl, Creature, Billabong, Maui Jim and Vitamin Water, which is the official drink of the event, Ice Caf� of Montauk and Banzai Burgers of Amagansett, along with the ESA, the judges and Mario DeLuca of the ESA, who has been dedicated to the ESA for well over 10 years and volunteers his time to this contest, among many others. After the event there will be an award ceremony at Espo's Surf Shop, 2101 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, at 5 p.m. For more information on the Surf Classic or store, feel free to e-mail Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Espo's at 267-SURF (7873). Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 83 & SIMPLE ART OF COOKING by Silvia Lehrer Market (Fridays) in Bridgehampton, where I will be on Friday, July 8, from 3 to 6 p.m. Inspired by so many of the merchants at the market, I will be prepared with tastings from my book and look forward to your visit. BRAISED WILD MUSHROOM AND GREENS SALAD This inspired salad is topped with tender mushrooms and toasted pignoli nuts. Serves 4-6 For the mushrooms 1/2 pound mushrooms, shiitake, oyster mix 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 large leek, trimmed, washed well and thinly sliced 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons water Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste For the greens and vinaigrette 4 cups mesclun or mixed salad greens, washed and spin-dried 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil Kosher salt 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar Freshly ground pepper to taste 1/4 cup toasted pignoli nuts for garnish 1. Cut off and discard mushroom stems. Rinse mushrooms in a colander, tossing them gently under a spray of cool water. Transfer to paper towels and pat dry. Cut shiitake into 1/4-inch slices and separate oyster mushrooms at the stem end. Set aside. 2. Warm the olive oil in a large 10-12-inch non-stick skillet. Add the leeks and garlic and saut�, stirring for a minute or so. Add the prepared mushrooms, toss to mix and cook, stirring occasionally for 3-4 minutes until mushrooms are slightly tender. Add balsamic vinegar and water, cover the pan and simmer for 6-8 minutes over low heat. To serve the mushrooms warm leave in the skillet to reheat later. Can be prepared up to a couple of hours ahead to this point. 3. To serve, place the prepared greens in a large mixing bowl. Add olive oil and salt and toss to coat. Add the vinegar and several grinds of freshly ground pepper. Toss with abandon to distribute the dressing. Taste to adjust seasoning if necessary. Divide greens on 4 to 6 plates, top with mushrooms and a sprinkle of pignoli nuts. Serve at once. Reprinted from Silvia Lehrer's Savoring the Hamptons: Discovering the Food and Wine of Long Island's East End (Running Press, 2011) FLUKE FILLETS WITH MUSTARD CRUST Fluke, or summer flounder, is currently running in our local waters. Serves 4-6 4-6 fluke fillets with skin removed, about 6-8 ounces each 2-3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil or melted butter Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste (continued on next page) Colorful farmstands and farmers markets all over the East End have caught our fancy. "Locally grown" and "eating local" are trends that are here to stay. We are all becoming more and more aware that homegrown food tastes better than food from distant locales, and it's better for our health � and better for the planet. Farmstands and farmers markets today are not only offering a variety of produce � for you will surely find a host of hand-crafted cheeses from local artisans, locally baked breads, a delicious array of jams, jellies and honey, fresh fish, wine and flowers and even fresh eggs from hens happily running about in their pens at Babinski's farmstand in Bridgehampton and of course at the legendary Iacono Chicken Farm in East Hampton. 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BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932 ReseRvations: 631.537.5110 R E S E RVAT I O N S : 6 3 1 . 5 3 7 . 5 1 1 0 w w w. p i e r r e s b r i d g e h a m p t o n . c o m 95 School St. | Bridgehampton 221 631.613.6469 4967 2486 MAIN STREET . BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932 R E S E RVAT I O N S : 6 3 1 . 5 3 7 . 5 1 1 0 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 84 SIDE DISH by Aji Jones Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue hosts a lobster bake with wine and live music by Brian Cummings on Saturday, July 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. The cost to attend is $125 or $115 for wine club members. RSVP to email@example.com. 631-734-7537. Harbor Grill in East Hampton celebrates National Corn Fritters Day on Saturday, July 16. From 4 to 6 p.m. get 2-for-1 on the restaurant's signature corn fritters at the bar. Diners will also receive a free corn fritter with each entr�e ordered from "The Grill and Beyond..." menu all night. Entr�e selections include fish-n-chips with IPA beer-battered cod, steak fries and tartar sauce ($16.95); gorgonzola crusted sliced flank, crisp potato croquette and daily vegetable ($19.95); and roasted prime rib baked potato, horseradish sour cream and au jus ($22.95). 631-604-5290. The Living Room Restaurant in East Hampton hosts a W�lffer Estate wine dinner on Sunday, July 17 at 6 p.m. Executive Chef James Carpenter's fourcourse menu features chilled local corn soup with lobster panna cotta and fresh chives; slow-braised Berkshire pork belly with local shitake mushrooms and dark syrup gastrique; and grilled Black Angus rib eye steak with green garlic butter, bordelaise sauce, Balsam Farm baby arugula and heirloom cherry tomatoes. $95 per person, and reservations are recommended. 631-324-5006. Blackwells Restaurant in Wading River offers light fare and lunch in the Tap Room every day. Offerings include Tuscan salad over baby greens on traditional pizza crust with black olive tapenade and goat cheese ($10); fresh fish of the day served over a bowl of seafood chowder ($15); and cheese steak with peppers, onions, mushrooms, cheddar cheese and chipotle mayonnaise on garlic baguette ($16). Enjoy happy hour every Thursday and Friday from 4 to and 6 p.m. with a free buffet and 2-for-1 mixed drinks, draft beers and wines of the day. Live music starts at 6:30 p.m. 631-3931800. The Backyard Restaurant at Sol� East in Montauk serves lunch daily. Chef Larry Kolar's menu features smoked duck salad with grilled red onions, escarole, frisee, pecans and strawberries ($14); fluke ceviche with red onion, jalape�o chile, lime, and plantain chips ($14); and fried soft-shell crab sandwich, rapini, roasted tomatoes, walnut remoulade, focaccia and North Fork potato chips ($16). 631-668-2105. Page at 63 Main in Sag Harbor presents "Date Night" every Wednesday. Guests may enjoy 50% off bottles of red wine with their dinner. Pairings can be made with dishes including short braised monkfish steak, chanterelle and oyster mushrooms, new potatoes and miso broth ($28); grilled sirloin steak, celery root gratin, saut�ed spinach and herb red wine sauce ($32); and vegan soba noodles with black trumpet mushrooms, carrots, seared water chestnuts with lemongrass soy glaze ($27). 631-7251813. MUSE Restaurant & Aquatic Lounge in Water Mill introduces its popular $29.95 "Build Your Own" three-course prix fixe with new summer dishes. The menu is available all night Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and until 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Offerings include Muse "In Da House" salad of baby greens, Roma tomato balsamic sour, feathered cucumbers, crumbled Boursin cheese in a tomato bowl (gluten free); chicken-n-waffles with slow-braised boneless herb chicken confit with caramelized onion, crisp waffle squares and maple demi-glaze; and Chef's choice dessert. The special is not available on holiday weekends. 631-726-2606. Silvia (continued from previous page) 1-2 cloves garlic, finely chopped Grated rind of one lemon 1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice 2-3 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons plain breadcrumbs Preheat oven to 375� F. 1. Rinse fillets and pat dry with paper towel. Drizzle oil or butter on the fillets and smooth it down with the back of a spoon. Season with salt and pepper. Place fillets in a shallow baking pan (a 10" x 15" Pyrex lasagna pan works well) just large enough to hold the fish in a single layer and set aside. 2. Mix the remaining ingredients and, with a rubber spatula, pat down equal amounts over the top of each fillet. At this point the fish can be covered lightly with plastic wrap and refrigerated for an hour or two until ready to bake. If refrigerated, bring fish back to room temperature before baking. Bake about 7-8 minutes or until fish is opaque and springy to the touch. Serve with hot boiled new potatoes dressed with melted butter and parsley, if desired. For more recipes, cooking news and Silvia's Blog, check out my new website, www. savoringthehamptons.com. Big ty Bur i C ATOMIC WINGS 85 MONTAUK HIGHWAY, WESTHAMPTON BEACH "FORMERLY JOHNNY CHIH'S" "The Best Burgers & Wings in the Hamptons!" 5166 3542 FINALLY YOU CAN GET THE BEST WINGS FROM THE CITY NOW IN WESTHAMPTON BEACH. gers VILLAGE PrImE mEAT SHOPPE Gourmet Foods & Italian Specialties � � � � � � � � Aged Prime Meats For The Grill Full Line of Wild Game Imported Italian Specialties Homemade Sausages Full Line of Imported Cheeses Freezer Items Available Catering Available 631. 653. 8071 495 Montauk Highway, East Quogue, NY Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 85 Restaurant Review: Il Capuccino By Stacy Dermont Due to circumstances beyond our control, my party showed up late for our reservation at Il Capuccino Ristorante in Sag Harbor. In fact, only two of the four of us turned up, a third joined us very late. As my tall son (aka Teenage Boy) stepped to his seat by the front window, his head bumped the globe lighting fixture overhead, sending it CRASHING to the floor. Later on we basically ate and ran. This is not how we typically approach an evening out. When I asked if the accidentallysmashing-a-light trick happens a lot, the young server sweeping up the shards said pleasantly, "No, never before." If we'd been trying to put the Il Cap. Staff to some sort of test, they would have passed with flying colors. The servers and Bartender Joe were as polite and helpful as could be in the face of our inelegant marauding. I needed a drink and so started with an Amber's Rum Punch. Yum � it was floaty and coconutty and rum-rich...Our server Darren brought us some "bread" � as in hot garlic knots covered in garlic and dripping in oil � oh my. We were impressed that "Cap's," as the locals call their neighborhood place, offers a full Gluten Free Menu, in addition to all the traditional Italian fare. They even use separate strainers and pots for the gluten-free dishes. But anyone can order them � the gluten-free soups are especially popular. I ordered a Watercress and Feta Salad. Served on a huge triangular plate, it was so pretty � fava beans, radishes, artichokes, red onions, peas and a bit of avocado. I quite liked it drizzled with lemonthyme dressing. Teenage Boy started with a Garden Salad of fresh greens, tossed with house dressing and topped with shredded carrots, croutons and tomatoes. He inhaled it. Then he moved on to a Lasagna Napoletana, which he raved about as he devoured it. He described the meatballs, sauce, ricotta and mozzarella as "awesome." I love that a sizeable pot of grated cheese was placed on our table, near the lasagna. I tried to figure out ways to use it on my food � but it didn't seem a good fit for mango. My entr�e was the Polo Mango. That's a chicken breast saut�ed with mango, papaya, prosciutto and cilantro with angel hair pasta and red sauce on the side. I ate the whole thing! The third member of our group arrived, as if on cue, to order the Fruita de Marni. A steaming heap of shrimp, mussels, clams, calamari and tiny whole squid atop linguine. He lapped up the fruita but couldn't finish the pasta. He and Teenage Boy ran out as soon as they'd stuffed themselves to catch a film at Bay Street Theatre. I sat a while and noted what a great place Il Capuccino is to bring a first date � based on my observation of the couple just outside the window. The reggae music playing softly in the background plus a load of Italian food seemed to work some magic. Il Cap's Wine List contains some Italian wines, as well as wine from around the world including Long Island's own Lenz and Paumonok. When we dined at Il Cap, the arugula, scallops and mushrooms were local too. We had a lovely � if brief � time in the first floor's center dining room. You can reserve a room upstairs for a larger party. We're planning to go back to this neighborhood place for brunch this weekend. Il Capuccino, 30 Madison Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-2747. www.ilcapuccino.com 5167 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 86 Review: North Fork Oyster Company By Ellen Dioguardi Are you a big oyster fan? I asked my husband, as I'd never noticed his leanings towards or away from oysters. The resounding YES that greeted my query sealed the deal. We'd be dining at the new (they opened in April) North Fork Oyster Company Restaurant and Bar in Greenport. Owned by Greenport locals, Sana and Farouk Ahmad, and under the creative flair of executive chef Richard Lanza, The North Fork Oyster Company should be on everyone's must-try list this summer. One of the first things I noticed, after admiring their charming set-up tucked around the corner from Greenport's main drag on historic Stirling Square, was that they get their greens from Satur Farms in Cutchogue and their cheese from Catapano Dairy in Peconic. It was an omen of only good things to come. We were a group of four, including my nephew who was celebrating his 20th birthday, so we were able to sample a large selection from a menu that understandably leans towards seafood but would not scare away those looking for turf rather than surf. The obligatory Grilled Filet Mignon with roasted fingerlings and grilled local asparagus looked amazing when served at a nearby table. We ended up ordering mostly what feels right when one is just seconds from water lapping against the docks of a historic seaport � seafood! My husband and I were late. Rushing in we were seated by the very helpful and friendly manager Dan and before I could finish apologizing to my family I had a delicious Dark and Stormy in my hand and my husband was toasting us all with something called a Salty Dog. The drinks were a lovely way to kick off the birthday celebration and gave me an excuse to try the bread (have to soak up the rum somehow). No run-of-the-mill, standard restaurant bread here at NFOC. No, these were onion rolls, still warm and yummy and some very tasty rolls sprinkled with rosemary. One word of advice: don't fill up on the bread, no matter how tempting, the best is yet to come. We dug into the fried local calamari served with a smoked paprika Aioli and discovered it was excellent even without the sauce. The Maryland Lump Crab Cakes were moist and flavorful and as good or better than any sister and nephew had tried in their 20 years living in Maryland. The truly amazing part of the first half of this meal (yes, we're only on Starters) was the Seafood Plateau. What can I say? Perfectly presented and prepared oysters, calms, huge shrimp and lobster. I thought my husband would die from delight, the rest of us were pretty tickled too. It was a highlight of this very exceptional dining experience. Our entrees consisted of an almond-crusted local fluke served with a spring vegetable succotash and on any other menu this would be a highlight. It was fabulous but next to the Rhode Island Striped Bass and the Poached Main Lobster Pasta it had to take a back seat. The bass was excellent with a very unusual but yummy fennel puree but the lobster pasta was a work of art. Fresh pappardelle with roasted heirloom tomatoes, asparagus and chunks of lobster all happily mingled to make this dish the hit of the evening. We let the birthday boy enjoy most of it but everyone agreed it was a standout from a very special group. We also tried the nut-crusted breast of chicken, which I enjoyed but almost couldn't focus on with the other dishes on the table. Almost unable to move from the feast we'd shared so far, we forced ourselves to taste some desserts so I could let you all know how North Fork Oyster Company measures up in that area. They were not a letdown and one even arrived with a candle and a chorus of Happy Birthday for my nephew � a surprise since I'd only mentioned his birthday in passing. It was a testament to the kind of attention to detail you'll find when you visit here. We all loved the mixed citrus tart and my husband didn't want to share the brownie duo. My sister, who tries to steer clear of a lot of gluten, was thrilled with the gluten-free Chocolate Espresso Mousse. What is the perfect end to a perfect meal? How about the best coffee I think I've had at any restaurant, anywhere, ever? My sister actually commented that it was "fluffy and amazing" and she was right � the whole night felt fluffy and amazing. North Fork Oyster Company, 300 Main St., Greenport. 631-477-6840, www.northforkoystercompany.com. 1549 Main Rd, Jamesport Cliff's Elbow Room 722-3292 Family owned and operated Since 1958 Find us on Facebook 1085 Franklinville Rd, Laurel Cliff's Elbow Too! 298-3262 Closed Mondays 7 days for BEST BEST OF THE Lunch and Dinner. COME TRY CHEF MARKS NUCLEAR WING Best Steak & CHALLENGE Clam Chowder 2010 www.Elbowroomli.com BEST BEST OF THE 2010 Feeling Lucky? Cliff's Elbow Too! WILD CARD WEEKDAYS Tuesdays through Thursdays. till April 28. 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For LUnCH Wed. & Thurs. $35 dinner Prix Fixe Fri. "sloW Fish" ChoiCe oF 2 loCal Fish saT. & sun. $24.07 lunCh Prix Fixe 739 Main Road, aquebogue � 631-779-2800 WWW.ComTesseTherese.Com reservaTions@ComTesseTherese.Com 4994 4627 2260 www.Mitzvahcaterersli.com email:Mitzvahcaterers@optonline.net 30 Madison Street, Sag Harbor, NY (631) 725-2747 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 87 A Taste of Two Pizzas at Citarella By Stacy Dermont Here in the Dan's Papers Bridgehampton offices we have various names for Citarella Gourmet Market, our next-door neighbor. Because we all spend so much time there shopping, sampling and gorging, we call it variously, "The Cafeteria," "The Company Canteen" and "Dan's Green Room." I used to graze the salad bar daily, then for a while I was more into the prepared sandwiches � but they added a big pizza oven this season! Their pizza is good. Real good. Now, at two-for-one it's even better! Citarella is offering, for the first time ever, "Buy One Large Pie Get One Free" from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every day! Citarella Gourmet Market unveiled a new pizza counter at their Bridgehampton location last month. "People love it," says store manager Lau Zarate. "It's fresh. Right along with bagels, it's New York's food." In fact, Zarate says, the Big Apple is where the idea originated. Originally a New York company with its origins dating back to 1912, Citarella has long offered personal pies at its New York City location. Owner Joe Gurrera decided to see if the idea would fly on the East End. "We're from there," Zarate says. "Our owner is a native of New York. So you can say we hold up pretty well against them." Customers can expect to see a new wholewheat pie hitting the ovens soon. "To me," Photo by S. Dermont Zarate promises, "it's even better than this one," as he took a bite of the freshly prepared, absolutely perfect cheese pizza, made with Citarella's homemade dough, sauce and mozzarella. And even more surprises await. The manager has pitched the idea of incorporating his personal favorite pie, decorated with Nutella and banana, into the market's menu. "I had it with Busie, the owner's wife," says Zarate with a grin. "That will be something we can do." Call Citarella at 631- 537- 5990 to order ahead, or stop by 2209 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. www.citarella.com. Check out all the best food and wine that the East End has to offer at Dan's Taste of Two Forks on July 16 in Bridgehampton. Take in all the yummy details at www. danstasteoftwoforks.com. Lau Zarate is proud of his pies. �Steaks � Seafood � Salads� Bouillabaisse � Raw Bar � lobster Roll� Restaurant & Aquatic Lounge on and off premise Catering available a Chef matthew Guiffrida production 760 montauk highway, Water mill, n.Y. next to Citarella www.facebook.com/muserestaurant Live entertainment Go to www.musehampton.com Fri & sat untiL 6:00 pm open mon - sunday 29.95 niGht everY niGht, aLL 631-726-2606 menus and more info new summer menu 3 Course prix Fixe thurs: 7-10:00pm (closed tuesday) �Nachos � Fat Boy Burgers � Quesadillas breakfast � lunch � dinner 2 for 1 margaritas! all day � all night 10 beers on tap take-out � happy hour outside patio open seven days "Delicious" "Excellent" "A Delight!" "Fantastic" -Zagat.com 100 Montauk Hwy. � 631-324-3939 644 East Hampton 5123 5134 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 88 Nightlife ONGOING MUSIC AND DINNER ALL SUMMER LONG � 6-9 p.m. Join us on Fridays and Saturdays this summer. Springs General Store, 29 Old Stone Hwy, EH. 631-3295065, www.springsgeneralstore.com. THURSDAY, JULY 7 HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631 283-2800, www.publick.com. TWILIGHT THURSDAY � 5-8 p.m. Wolffer Winery presents live music. The winery tasting room, 139 Sagg Rd., SGK. Wines by the glass and cheese plates for purchase. No cover charge. 631-537-5106. SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB � 5:30 p.m. Special Mid-Week Drop & Dine with Surf Craft at Navy Beach. 6 p.m. ArtHamptons Opening Preview Party Benefiting LongHouse Reserve. Southampton Social Club, 256 Elm St., SH. 631-287-1400, www.southamptonsocialclub.com. JAM SESSON AT BAY BURGER � 7-9 p.m. Bay Burger 1742 Sag Harbor Tpk., SGH. Jazz Jam Session every Thursday night at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor. Event is free. Come enjoy some great jazz by musicians from the East End and beyond. Bring your instrument if you want to jam. Enjoy the great Bay Burger roadhouse food. 631-603-6160, www. bayburger.com. REGGAE THURSDAYS AT THE BACKYARD RESTAURANT AT SOLE EAST � 8 p.m. The Backyard Restaurant, 90 Second House Rd., MTK. 631-668-2105, www.soleeast.com/restaurant. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. Riley Etheridge. $10; 10 p.m. Third Estate. $5. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse. com. FRIDAY, JULY 8 SUNSET FRIDAYS AT WOLFFER � Susan Pereira � Vesatile performer, vocalist, pianist, percussionist, composer and arranger, distinctive Brazilian & jazz style. Wolffer Estate Vineyard, 139 Sagg Rd., SGK. 631-5375106, www.wolffer.com. HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. A TASTE OF THE EAST END AT HOTEL INDIGO � 4-7 p.m. Bistro 72 at Hotel Indigo East End, 1830 West Main Street, Route 25, RVHD. Start your weekend each Friday with the musical stylings of our resident DJ and Bistro 72's East End drink specials: $4 Drafts, Wines & Cocktails, $7 Sparkling Wine & Martinis. 631-369-2200, www.indigoeastend.com. MAMA, LEE AND ROSE PERFORM AT TURTLE CROSSING � 5-7 p.m. Turtle Crossing, 221 Pantigo Road (Rt. 27/Mtk Hwy), EH. Each Friday there is live music with Mama, Lee and Rose with $5 select on-tap beer on offer. 631-324-7166,www.turtlecrossing. com. THE BREDFRYS AT THE SALTWATER GRILL � 6-9:30 p.m. The Saltwater Grill, 379 Dune Road, WHB. The Sunset Groove � Come out, have a cocktail and dine by the ocean and dance to the original R&B sound of The Bredfrys. 631-288-1485. SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB � 6 p.m. Art Show to Benefit The Retreat and ARTIST'S RECEPTION: SLICES PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION. Southampton Social Club, 256 Elm St., SH. 631-287-1400, www. southamptonsocialclub.com. MONICA HUGHES PERFORMS AT HARBOR BISRTO � 7-10 p.m. Harbor Bistro, 313 Three Mile Harbor Rd., EH. Monica Hughes will perform live at Harbor Bistro every Friday night. 631 3247300, www.harborbistro.net. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. The Raul Malo Band. $50/$65. 10 p.m. Little Head Thinks. $30. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. WOODY ALLEN'S ANNIE HALL � 9 p.m. Marders Nursery, 120 Snake Hollow Rd., BH. 631-537-3700, www.marders.com. Free admission. SOUTH EDISON PRESENTS LIVE MUSIC IN JULY � 10 p.m.-1 a.m. South Edison, 17 South Edison St., MTK. 631-668-4200, www. southedison.com. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 10 p.m. Little Head Thinks. $30. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. RABBITS HOLE � 10:30 p.m. Race Lane, 31 Race Ln., EH. 631-433-9335, www.racelanerestaurant.com. SATURDAY, JULY 9 SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB � 6:30 p.m. Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party; 7:30 p.m. Coney Island Comes to the Hamptons, Love Heals at Luna Farm; 9 p.m. Ricochet @ Dune Presents Weekend 1: Art Hamptons; 11 p.m. Sol� East Presents Sugar Shack Burlesque's "Girls of Summer." Southampton Social Club, 256 Elm St., SH. 631287-1400, www.southamptonsocialclub.com. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 7 p.m. The Box Story. $30.; 8 p.m. Caroline Jones-Acoustic. $30.; 10 p.m. Booga Sugar. $30. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-2673117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. GUEST DJS EVERY SATURDAY AT MONTAUK YACHT CLUB � 10 p.m. Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina, 32 Star Island Road, MTK. Barracuda Bar & Turtle Lounge at the Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina welcomes guest DJs every Saturday night. There is no charge for the performances. 631-668-3100, www. montaukyachtclub.com. BURLESQUE IN THE BACKYARD - 11 p.m. Sole East, 90 Second House Rd., Montauk. For more information visit www.soleeast.com/resturant or call 668-2105 for reservations. SOUTH EDISON PRESENTS LIVE MUSIC IN JULY � 10 p.m.-1 a.m. South Edison, 17 South Edison St., MTK. 631-668-4200, www. southedison.com. SUNDAY, JULY 10 STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. Scars on 45. $5. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. MONDAY, JULY 11 (continued on page 89) Local coffee tastes better. hand-roasted estate-grown coffees Photo by soleiart.com. � HCC. Espresso Bar & Bakery Breakfast & Lunch Caf� Outdoor Seating Kid-Friendly! call ahead on your way to the beach! Water Mill Westhampton Beach "Affordable, Casual, Family-Friendly" Looking for a Private Room? 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Exit 62 County Rd. 97 South to End, West to 2nd light (631) 472-9090 Zagat Survey Distinction 27-20-24-52 "...impeccable French dinners, from homemade soups to magnificent desserts, one better than the next." 964 Bridge / Sag Tnpk � Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Restaurant: 631-668-9739 631.537.1115 � www.mehamptons.com 4482 3773 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 food & dining danshamptons.com Page 89 DINING OUT 75 MAIN RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE � New Award-winning Executive Chef Walter Hinds, New Contemporary American Cuisine. Open daily for breakfast and brunch from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Dinner from 4:30 p.m.midnight, 75 Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-7575, www.75main.com. B. SMITH'S � The best lobster roll and waterfront view in the Hamptons. Home of the legendary watermelon margarita! Celebrating 14 years in the Hamptons. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Long Wharf at Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-5858, www.bsmith.com. BACKYARD RESTAURANT AT SOLE EAST � Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Poolside lounge with a beach club setting. Friday night � live acoustic/guest D.J. Saturday afternoon � pool party w/guest D.J.s. Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. � poolside brunch with live Bossa Nova. 90 Second House Road, Montauk. 631-668-6700, www.soleeast.com. BETWEEN THE BUN � Featuring the East End's best grilled hotdogs and other fine specialties. 473 County Road 111, Manorville (1/4 mile from the LIE). BOBBY VAN'S � Steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open 363 days a year for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Kitchen open Fri. & Sat. `til 11 p.m. Main St., Bridgehampton. 631-537-0590. CAFF� MONTE AT GURNEY'S � Breakfast daily from 7:30 to 10 a.m., lunch from noon to 3 p.m. Casual Italianstyle menu. Executive Chef Chip Monte. La Pasticceria serves light fare from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 631-668-2345. CANAL CAF� � Enjoy fresh, local seafood, local wines and beer and a full bar. Accessible by boat. Live music all summer. 44 Newtown Road, Hampton Bays. 631-723-2155. CLIFF'S ELBOW ROOM � Serving the best aged and marinated steak, the freshest seafood and local wines. Open for lunch and dinner. Two locations: 1549 Main Road, Jamesport, 631-722-3292; 1065 Franklinville Rd., Laurel, 631-298-3262. www.elbowroomli.com. COMTESSE TH�R�SE BISTRO � Enjoy awardwinning North Fork wines in the Tasting Room or dine in the Bistro. Cordon Bleu Chef Arie Pavlou prepares classic French cuisine. Thursday-Sunday lunch and dinner. 739 Main Road, Aquebogue. 631-779-2800. ESTIA'S LITTLE KITCHEN � Breakfast, lunch and dinner influenced by the flavors of Mexico at this cozy restaurant with friendly service! Dinner reservations Nite recommended. 1615 Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Tnpk., Bridgehampton. 631-725-1045, www.estiaslittlekitchen. com. GEORGICA RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE � Nestled in the exclusive hamlet of Wainscott, serving dinner Thursday through Monday from 6 to 11 p.m. Featuring grilled prime meats and fresh seafood. 108 Wainscott Stone Rd., Wainscott. 631-537-6255. THE GRILL ON PANTIGO � Serving classic, casual American cuisine in a modern setting. Promotional specials are run throughout the year. 203 Pantigo Road, East Hampton. 631-329-2600. HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY � Espresso bar & bakery, breakfast & lunch caf�, outdoor seating, kid friendly! "Best of the Best!" 6 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Montauk Highway in Water Mill and Mill Road in Westhampton Beach. 631-726COFE, www.hamptoncoffeecompany.com. HARBOR BISTRO � One of the best sunsets on the East End. Great food and wine on the waterfront, hidden gem on the Harbor. 313 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. 631-324-7300, www.harborbistro.net. HARBOR GRILL � Affordable American dining. Casual, family-friendly restaurant. 367 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. 631-604-5290, www.facebook.com/ harborgrill. IL CAPUCCINO � Still serving the best Italian food and garlic rolls, since 1973. Dinner every night starting at 5:30. Brunch/lunch Sundays from noon-3 p.m. Outdoor seating. 30 Madison St., Sag Harbor. 631-725-2747, www. ilcapuccino.com. JAMESPORT MANOR INN � Zagat-rated New American Cuisine. Sustainable, fresh and local food and wine. Dinner three-course prix fixe, Sun.-Thurs., $35. Lunch and dinner daily. Closed Tues. 370 Manor Lane, Jamesport. www.jamesportmanor.com. 631-722-0500 or opentable.com. LEGENDS � Sporting a fresh new look this summer, with a completely renovated interior and panoramic windows offering Peconic Bay views. 835 First Street, New Suffolk. 631-734-5123. LUCE + HAWKINS AT JEDEDIAH HAWKINS INN � Chef Keith Luce features an evolving menu emphasizing local and sustainably-grown ingredients. Serving dinner Thursday through Monday; lunch Friday and Saturday; brunch Sunday and Monday. 400 South Jamesport Ave., Jamesport. 631-722-2900, www.jedediahhawkinsinn.com. M&E � Contemporary American seafood and steak. Open every day for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. 964 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-1115. MUSE RESTAURANT & AQUATIC LOUNGE � New American Fare with regional flair. Live music Thursdays. Open 5:30 p.m., Wednesday-Sunday. The Shoppes at Water Mill, 760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill. 631-726-2606. NICHOL'S OF EAST HAMPTON � The "Cheers" of the Hamptons. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, late night. Big portions, reasonably priced, outdoor dining, celebrity sightings. Voted "Best Burger" & "Outstanding Lobster Roll." 100 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-324-3939. NORTH FORK OYSTER COMPANY � Greenport's newest upscale seafood restaurant serves creative cuisine featuring the freshest local produce and seafood. Closed Monday -Tuesday. 300 Main St. (Stirling Square), Greenport. 631-477-6840, www.northforkoystercompany.com. OCEANBLEU � At Westhampton Beach Bath and Tennis Hotel, 231 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. Saturdays in July and August, 6-10 p.m. $45.95 lobster bake with 1 1/2 lb. lobster and unlimited seaside buffet. Reservations 631-2882515, www.oceanbleu-westhampton.com. ORIENT BY THE SEA � Restaurant and full-service marina. Offering an extensive menu of local seafood and fresh vegetables. Located next to Cross Sound Ferry. Dine overlooking beautiful Gardiners Bay on our outdoor deck. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. 40200 Main Road, Orient. 631-323-2424, www.orientbythesea.com. PIERRE'S � Euro-chic but casual restaurant and bar. Late dinner and bar on weekdays. Wonderful French food for the elegant diner in a great atmosphere. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri.-Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-5110. PORTO BELLO � Celebrating 20 years, in their original location on the waterfront at 1410 Manhanset Ave., Brewer's Marina, Greenport. Offering local and imported wines, Porto Bello is one of the North Fork's hidden treasures! 631-477-1515. RACE LANE � An American restaurant with some continental asides. Open year round at 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. 631-324-5022. SEN RESTAURANT � Sen favorites including chicken or beef teriyaki, shrimp tempura and soba noodle dishes are served alongside an incredible selection of sushi and sashimi. Flavorful salads and side dishes available. Open at 5:30 p.m. every day. 23 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-7251774, www.senrestaurant.com. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � Established in July 1996, this microbrewery/restaurant is your Hamptons home for world-class beers. Open year-round for lunch and dinner. Special events, private taproom, catering and takeout. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. SQUIRETOWN RESTAURANT & BAR � A modern American bistro. Open 7 Days for lunch & dinner. Offering fresh local seafood, prime steaks and local seasonal vegetables. 26W Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays. 631-7232626. TOUCH OF VENICE � We've moved! Newly-renovated location on Main Street in the heart of the historic Cutchogue village. Featuring Italian and local specialties. 28350 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-5851, www.touchofvenice.com. TROLLEY BARN � Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Enjoy everything from creative omelettes to classic filet mignon! Open weekdays, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; weekends, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 216 Montauk Hwy., Speonk. 631-801-2888. TURKUAZ GRILLE � Come enjoy our MediterraneanTurkish cuisine. Located on the Peconic Riverfront. Dine inside or on our patio. Featuring gyros, shish kabobs, Turkish pizza. Daily specialties. 40 McDermott Avenue, Riverhead (next to Atlantis Marine World). 631-591-1757. (continued from previous page) HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. THE PIZZA PLACE � 7-9 p.m. The Pizza Place, 2123 Montauk Hwy., BH. Join us for an open jazz jam session every Monday night featuring The Dennis Raffelock Duo. Up-and-comers & old timers welcome! 631-537-7865. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. Dave Wakeling and the English Beat. $70. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. TUESDAY, JULY 12 HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. GURNEY'S BEACH PARTY � 6-10 p.m. Gurney's Inn Resort & Spa, 290 Old Montauk Hwy, MTK. Tuesday night beach party at Gurney's beach on the ocean! Large screen surf movies, bonfire, live bands, drink specials and NO COVER! Definitely the hottest ocean beach party in the Hamptons! 631-668-2345, www.gurneysinn.com. PETER MARTIN WEISS TRIO AT PEIRRE'S WITH FEATURED MUSICIANS � 7-10 p.m. Pierre's Restaurant, 2468 Main St., BH. 631-537-5110, www. tickleslapmusic.com. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. Ari Hest. $15.; 10 p.m. The Cleaners. $10.; The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. LADIES' NIGHT AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 9 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. STEPHEN TALKHOUSE � 8 p.m. "Twangtown Paramours." $10.; 10 p.m. Karaoke with Harry. $5. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St., AMG. 631-267-3117, www.stephentalkhouse.com. THURSDAY, JULY 14 HAPPY HOUR AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE � 4-7 p.m. Southampton Publick House, 40 Bowden Sq., SH. 631-283-2800, www.publick.com. Send Nite Life listings to firstname.lastname@example.org before noon on Friday. 3665 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 90 & ART COMMENTARY by Marion W. Weiss intriguing and ambiguous, their when Gagliano's works are style somewhat expressionistic hung on the wall leading to the with figures arranged in second floor. It's as if viewers different positions. Some, like are entering a whole other "Threshold," have their backs world as they ascend the stairs, to us as they are walking into one full of light and energy. the distance. We can't help but Art by deCordova offers recall a science fiction film, so other worlds as well, his pieces full of atmosphere is the setting. often using metaphorical and In fact, all of Eisler's monotypes mythical figures. Consider "The evoke a mythical atmosphere Source," where pink, blue and from another time and place. white birds fly above a series of We're just not sure what exact black-hooded figures. The image time and place. is intriguing, stimulating us Her "Looking for a Place" to wonder about the meaning. seems appropriate, therefore, as Another ambiguous work a lone figure walks in the rain, is "Needs," where a figure of standing apart from two other unknown origin is apparently people. This critic is reminded grasping an object. The result is of Vienna of all venues. Yet this a bit surreal and also abstract. non-distinct quality is a plus; And what does the title indicate? each viewer can supply his or A more surreal, yet still her own place. ambiguous, painting is "Teddy Regarding a sense of place, at the Beach," which juxtaposes Hector deCordova, "Kites" the deCordova Studio and a real little boy with a toy Gallery evokes any number of bear. Both objects are somewhat environments, like a Victorian distorted and unrealistic. Is there meaning here that evades us? Perhaps deCordova is house (which it is), or any setting where we feel suggesting that it is difficult to hold on to childhood. welcome and comfortable. By extension, the art is His male and female figures in "Way to Go" are also welcoming. also somewhat deformed; there's something happy The current show will be on view until July 31 at and sad about the couple dancing, their demeanors the deCordova Studio and Gallery (538 Main Street, conveying both childlike and adult traits. Rosamaria Eisler's monotypes are equally Greenport). Call 631-477-0620. "One, Two Three, Go" at deCordova Gallery An effective combination of abstraction and figures makes up the season opener at Greenport's deCordova's Studio and Gallery. We must add that non-realistic styles prove effective as well. While Impressionism, Surrealism and Expressionism are present, the artists use them in subtle and sensitive ways. And there are surprises in store for the viewer when Gordon Gagliano and Hector deCordova offer us images we haven't seen before. Gagliano's abstractions feature the biggest change of direction from his previous works, presently recalling landscapes in their conception and execution. They are also reminders of forms in nature yet they appear spontaneous, the brush strokes sweeping and joyful. The artist's colors are interesting, too: "Vineyard" employs warm and analogous colors at the top of the frame and cool and analogous ones at the bottom. The exhibit is well-arranged, particularly apparent "Intergalactic Superstars!"- CBS TV Jim Turner music The musical sensation that's out of this world Up coming live appearances... Sun. 7/10 Orient by the Sea Orient, NY 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM 631 323 2424 Sun. 7/17 The Dory Shelter Island NY 2:00 PM on...631 749 4300 Thurs. 7/28 Gosman's Dock Side Stage Concert Jim Turner Band rocks the dock! FREE 6:00 PM 631.668.2428 Sun. 7/31 Gurney's Inn Montauk 5:00-8:00 PM 631.668 2345 Tues. 8/2 Gurney's Inn Montauk 6:00-10:00 PM 631.668.2345 Jim Turner Band on the Beach! VocaPeopleNYC.com Westside Theatre, 407 West 43rd Street (between 9th & 10th Aves.) 5110 Telecharge.com � 212-239-6200 Seeing is believing For details, club, party and event bookings... jimturnermusic.com 631.725.5626 5115 VOCA_DansPaper_45x6.indd 1 6/29/11 12:55:23 PM Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 arts & entertainment danshamptons.com Page 91 is big wine country. After I had done the print, I didn't know what to do with it, but Dan [Rattiner] suggested it for the cover. Q: Are you big on wine yourself? A: My son-in-law is. I like wine, but I don't buy $40 or $50 bottles of wine. Q: What else have you been doing, project-wise? A: I just designed a website for ESPN; it's a literary sports website (edited by Bill Simmons) called "Grantland," named after the first sportscaster, Grantland Rice, who wrote at the turn of the century. He was the one with the famous quote "... it's not how you won or lost but how you played the game." Q: You know that reminds me, there is a lot of sports jargon used by Americans. Anyway, how was designing this website different from other ones you've done? A: Every site has different purposes. So do magazines. I can't compare Vanity Fair to Time. It depends on what the project needs, its audience, its subject matter. Q: Doesn't a website have a different kind of readability? A: Not really. You do use different type faces, websites are done in two different type faces. Also, your type faces depend on different browsers. Q: How about the challenges associated with the cover print? A: I used the French prints as a model, so that helped. As I said, I didn't know what to do with it when I was finished. It will be a limited edition; there will be two sizes, with 50 copies for each size. Q: Another project you were working on was a book about your twin granddaughters (Scarlette and Orly) and their paintings. Has that changed? HONORING THE ARTIST by Marion W. Weiss Walter Bernard Our cover artist, Walter Bernard, is a talented and well-known graphic artist, not to mention a popular cover contributor (Artists and Writers Game) to Dan's Papers through the years. His media are diverse, like paintings, documentaries, posters and prints, and so is his use of oils, pastels and watercolors. His subjects are varied as well, including baseball, Supreme Court Judge Sandra Day O'Connor, and landscapes. We wonder what accounts for Bernard's unending interests and curiosity. We think it's his zest for life, pure and simple. Q: How did the cover come about? A: It's actually a print celebrating Long Island wine. It will be auctioned for Hampton Photo Arts. I was inspired by some 18th Century French commercial prints I bought in France years ago. They are very beautiful. Q: So, what made you think of wine, particularly, for prints? A: There are a lot of wineries on the North and South Forks. Over 60 and growing someone told me. There are three on the South Fork. The area A: It's now a story, called "Let's Go Painting." It's about their learning to paint. Q: What are you looking forward to? A: Staying in Bridgehampton this summer so the kids can be here. Q: You're not looking forward to winning the lottery? Ha. Ha. A: (He laughs.) Piano Sale RentalS Since 1976 Celebrating Our 20th Season! Summer Piano rental Showroom in watermill Yamaha, SteinwaY andmore Piano'S From $995 and UP BETTY'S SUMMER VACATION By Christopher Durang Directed by Trip Cullman NOW THRU JULY 31 An outrageous comedy as a summer share spins wildly out of control. PianoBarn Call Mike 631-726-4640 We Buy, Sell, Rent, Move & Tune www.pianobarn.com 5194 Patton Oswalt Mon, July 11 Louie Anderson Mon, July 18 8 pm $60 Bay Street Member $65 Non-Member Comedy Club sponsored Patrice O'Neal Mon, July 25 Fred Armisen Sat, Aug 6 Sponsored by in part by and 5194 Programming subject to change www.baystreet.org Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 3463 631-725-9500 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 arts & entertainment danshamptons.com Page 92 arthamptons.com. GALLERY WALK-THROUGH � 7/8, noon. Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, will discuss aspects of Dorothea Rockburne's work. Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Ln., SH. 631-283-2118, www.parrishart.org. Free with museum admission. OPENING � 7/8, 5-8 p.m. Group show "The Renaissasnce NYC," with paintings, mixed media and installations by Trina Michne, Annika Moller, Rich Moller, Nick Morgan, Elizabeth Nistico, Kimberly Graham Thompson and Max Bosh. Mark Humphrey Gallery, 95 Main St., SH. 631-2833113, www.markhumphreygallery.com. OPENING RECEPTION � 7/8, 6 p.m. Local artist Annie Sessler showcases her fish prints at the New Age Contact organizations, as some require ticket purchase medical facility AgeFocus in SH. Featuring cheese and or advanced registration. wine. A portion of the proceeds from sales of prints will be donated to The Retreat. AgeFocus, Benton Plaza, 365 AMG-Amagansett; BH-Bridgehampton; EH-East Hampton; EP-Eastport; GP-Greenport; HB-Hampton County Road 39A, SH. 631-243-3628, www.agefocus.com. SCULPTURE AND MUSIC � 7/8, 6 p.m. "Uncommon Bays; JP-Jamesport; MV-Manorville; MTK-Montauk; Ground II," outdoor sculpture exhibition featuring the NO-Noyac; NY-New York; OP-Orient; PC-Peconic; Q-Quogue; RB-Remsenberg; RVHD-Riverhead; SGH- work of Peter Rosenthal. Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Ln., BH. Sag Harbor; SGK-Sagaponack; SH-Southampton; ARTIST'S RECEPTION � 7/8, 6-8 p.m. "Slices," SHD-Southold; SI-Shelter Island; SPG-Springs; photography exhibition by Deb Bronston-Culp. 20% of WM-Water Mill; WH-Westhampton; WHBthe proceeds will be donated to The Retreat and Doctors Westhampton Beach; WS-Wainscott Without Borders. Pennington Flowers, 52 Hampton Rd., SH. 631-287-2100, www.penningtonflowers.com. COMING SOON OPENING RECEPTIONS � 7/9, 5-7 p.m., Bego Ezair artMRKT HAMPTONS � 7/14, Southampton Hospital Gallery, 136 Main St., SH. "Discovering the Inner Child," Benefit Preview Party, 5:30-7 p.m.; VIP Preview Party 7-9:30 p.m. "artMRKT Hamptons," a new fair featuring works by South African artist Bermano. Despite his failing health, President Nelson Mandela signed Bermano's more than 35 leading local, national, and international artwork. 631-204-0447. Also 7/10, 5-7 p.m., Bego Ezair galleries in a tented venue. Bridgehampton Historical Gallery, 437-443 Main St., GP. 631-477-3777, www. Society Grounds, 2368 Main St., BH. Show hours: 7/15ezairgallery.com. 7/16, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; 7/17, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Information SUMMER WORKSHOP � 7/9-7/10, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and tickets online, www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons/showPatti Mollica: Fast and Fearless FRUIT! The South information. Street Gallery, 18 South St., GP. 631-477-0021, www. OPENINGS AND EVENTS ARTHAMPTONS � Through 7/10, Friday & Saturday thesouthstreetgallery.com. VERED OPENING � 7/9, 9-11 p.m. "Art on the Edge 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. ArtHamptons: The 2011," Vered Gallery, 68 Park Pl., EH. Cuttting-edge 4th edition of the top fine art fair in the Hamptons. Sayre Park, 154 Snake Hollow Rd., BH. For tickets, visit www. painting, sculpture and photography by the most exciting artists working today. Exhibit continues through 8/1. TALK � 7/10, 11 a.m. Brief history of the Parrish Art Museum Grounds and plans for its future. Call museum to reserve. Southampton Historical Museum, Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Ln., SH. 631-283-2494, www. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org. GALLERIES 4 N MAIN GALLERY � "Techspressionism," first N.Y. solo exhibition of artist Colin Goldberg, through 7/16. 4 N Main Gallery, 4 N. Main St., SH. p.m. 631-965-0538, www.techspressionism.com. ARTHUR T. KALAHER FINE ART GALLERY � 28 E. Jobs Ln., SH. Chierchio and Scianna "Now and Then," Drawings & Mixed Media, through July 17. 631-204CORRECTION 0383. Group show with Henry Bing, The drawing for Eleanor Leaver in last week's paper should be Thomas Cardone, Art Donovan, attributed to Helen Meyrowitz. Above, Leaver's "1770 House." James Knox, Charles Levier, Paton ART OPENINGS & GALLERIES Miller, Abraham Rattner and Nahum Tschacbasov at 197 Madison St., SH, 631-725-0170. Both locations open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., or by appointment. BOCK ART LIMITED GALLERY � "Works by Charles Bock." 16 Hill St., SH. 631-287-1078, www.bockartlimited. com. BOLTAX GALLERY � New paintings by Steve Corsano. 21 Ferry Rd., SI. 631-749-4062, www.boltaxgallery.com. CHUCK SEAMAN FISH PRINTING � 27B Gardner's Lane, HB. 631-338-7977. DESHUK-RIVERS � 141 Maple Ln., BH. 631-2374511, www.deshukriversgallery.com. EAST END ARTS COUNCIL GALLERY � 133 East Main St., RVHD. 631-727-0900, www.eastendarts.org. GALLERIA DELLA LUPA � 150 Main Street, SH. "The Emperor's Ghost" by Giancarlo Impiglia. Fri., Sat., Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tues.,Wed.,Thurs., noon-5 p.m. Closed Mon. 631-899-4533, www.galleriadellalupa.com. CHRYSALIS GALLERY � 2 Main St., SH. Now showing Larry Johnston, Gayle Tudisco, Richard Denisiewicz and Kitty Brumberg. Through 7/19. Open every day. 631-2871883, www.chrysalisgallery.com. GREEN EARTH CAF� � Don Duga, 20 of his latest Beatles paintings in honor of the 70th anniversary of John Lennon's birth. 50 East Main St., RVHD. 631-369-2233, www.genfm.com. GRENNING GALLERY � 17 Washington St., SH. 631725-8469, www.grenninggallery.com. GUILD HALL � 158 Main St., EH. Exhibition of Bryan Hunt and Clifford Ross (through 7/31). Guild Hall Museum, 158 Main St., EH. Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m. 631-324-4050, www.guildhall.org. JILL LYNN & CO � 81 Jobs Ln., SH. Works by Joelle Nicole. www.jilllynnandco.com. MARK BORGHI FINE ART � 2426 Main St., BH. 631-537-7245. MARK HUMPHREY GALLERY � See above. 95 Main St., SH. 631-283-3113, www.markhumphreygallery.com. OUTEAST GALLERY�65 Tuthill Road, MTK. 631375-6730. PAILLETTS � 78 Main St., SGH. 631-899-4070. PAMELA WILLIAMS � 167 Main St., AMG. 631-2677817, www.pamelawilliamsgallery.com. PARASKEVAS � Works by Michael Paraskevas. By appt. 83 Main St., WHB. 631-287-1665. PARRISH ART MUSEUM � See above.Works by Dorothea Rockburne. 25 Jobs Ln., SH. Open every day through 9/12. Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. 631-283-2118, www.parrishartmuseum. com. Suggested donation: Adults $5, Seniors $3, Students, $3, Kids under 18 free. Members of active duty military personnel and families free. POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE � 830 Springs Fireplace Rd., EH. "Conrad Marca-Relli: The Springs Years, 1953-1956," through 7/30. 631-324-4929, www. pkhouse.org. ROMANY KRAMORIS � Works by Charles Wildbank, 41 Main St., SGH. 41 Main St., SGH. 631-725- 2499, www. kramorisgallery.com. SAG HARBOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY � "The Many Aliases of Local Painting Legend, Cappy Amundsen." 174 Main Street, SH. 631-725-5092, www.kramorisgallery. com. SAG HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM � "The Life and Art of C. Hjalmar `Cappy' Amundsen," Sag Harbor Whaling Museum through 10/1. Open 10 a.m.-5.p.m. (continued on next page) MOVIES Schedule for the week of Friday, July 8 to Thursday, July 14. Movie schedules are subject to change. Always call to confirm shows and times. Some show times not available by press time. HAMPTON ARTS (WESTHAMPTON BEACH) (+) Please call for show times (631-288-2600). UA HAMPTON BAYS 5 (+) Please call for show times (728-8251). Zookeeper (PG) � Fri.-Thurs., 12:40, 4:00, 7:20, 10:00 SAG HARBOR CINEMA (+) Please call for show times (631-725-0010). Page One: Inside The New York Times � Fri.Thurs., 3:00 The Trip (R) � Fri.-Thurs., 4:45 The Names of Love (R) � Fri.-Thurs., 7:00 Bridesmaids (R) � Fri.-Thurs., 9:00 MATTITUCK CINEMAS Please call for show times (631-298SHOW). UA EAST HAMPTON CINEMA 6 (+) Please call for show times (631-324-0448). UA SOUTHAMPTON 4 Please call for show times (631-287-2774). THE MONTAUK MOVIE Please call for show times (631-668-2393). The sign (+) when following the name of a theater indicates that a show has an infrared assistive listening device. Please confirm with the theater before arriving to make sure they are available. Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 arts & entertainment danshamptons.com Page 93 Great South Bay Music Festival By Bo Dermont Peace and Love will never die! With what looks to be a veritable buffet of music and entertainment geared toward fans of country/western, rock `n' roll, funk and jazz, comes The Great South Bay Music Festival! Between July 15 and 17, the Shorefront Park in Patchogue will bring us over 45 performers on three stages, along with a multitude of arts and crafts vendors. Among the acts, you may recognize names such as Electric Hot Tuna and David Bromberg. With a full schedule of good vibrations, this festival will feature both national and international acts and local performers. Between the All-American music and the general festival vibe will be a selection of food that sounds quite appealing. Judging from their website, the American classics--burgers and hot dogs will make this festival into more of a county fair. I'm not complaining. If you like groovy, brassy funk with a twist of the extraordinary, check out Funkin' A. The musicians are a self-described group of "eclectic groove conductors." If you want to feel the star power at this festival, check out Electric Hot Tuna. The two founding members of this classic rock standard were once involved in the pioneering rock outfit Jefferson Airplane. After 35 years, Hot Tuna continues to perform their awe-inspiring, 4- to 6-hour long sets to audiences around the world. They will only perform for an hour and a half at the Great South Bay, but that will certainly be enough to have the crowd roaring for more enormous sound from these legends. Finally, the group that fans of southern rock really won't want to miss will be .38 Special. Another group of rockers that have stayed together for over 30 years. The band has never abandoned its roots in southern rock and country, even as it began to climb the charts. #1 hits include 1982's "Caught Up In You" and 1983's "If I'd Been the One." See you there! Great South Bay Music Festival, July 15-17, 2011. Shorefront Park, Patchogue, NY. www. greatsouthbaymusicfestival.com. 631-331-0994. Art (continued from previous page) Monday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sundays. 200 Main Street, SH. 631-725-0770, www sagharborwhalingmuseum.com. SARA NIGHTINGALE GALLERY � "Full Circle," group show. 688 Montauk Hwy., WM. 631-793-2256, www. saranightingale.com. SILAS MARDER GALLERY � 6th Annual "Big Show," featuring 53 national and international artists, 159 canvases. 120 Snake Hollow Rd. BH. 631-702-2306, www.silasmarder.com. SIRENS' SONG � Works by Bob Markell. 516 Main St., GP. 631-477-1021, www.sirenssongallery.com. SOUTH STREET GALLERY & FRAMERS � 18 South St., GP. Open Thurs.-Mon., noon-5 p.m. 631-4770021, www.thesouthstreetgallery.com. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER � Southampton Cultural Center's Levitas Center for the Arts, 25 Pond Lane, SH. Open noon-4 p.m., Mon.-Fri.; Sun., 11 a.m.-2 p.m., or by appointment. 631-287-4377, www.scc-arts.org. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUM � Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, SH. "Famous Faces" celebrity portraits by Zita Davisson. "Phenomenal Places," Gary Lawrance's architectural models. Open Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 631-283-2494, www. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org. $4 adults, free for members and children 17 and under. THOMAS ARTHUR GALLERIES � 54 Montauk Hwy., AMG. 18th and 20th century oil paintings and prints. New shows monthly. 631-324-9070, www.antiquesvalue.net. TRAPANI FINE ART � 447 Plandome Road, Manhasset. Original paintings by nationally acclaimed artists, including Howard Rose, Dan Pollera, Madeline Meryash and others. Full-service custom framing and limited-edition prints. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. 516-365-6014, www.trapanifineart.com. VERED � See above. 68 Park Pl., EH. Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat.,11 a.m.-9 p.m. 631324-3303. www.veredart.com. WATER MILL ATELIERS � 903 Montauk Hwy., WM. Lon Hamaekers: Photography, art and 20th century antiques. 917-838-4548, www.lonhamaekers.1stdibs.com. WATER MILL MUSEUM MEMBERS SHOW � 19th Annual Water Mill Museum Members Show, through 7/11. 41 Old Mill Road, WM. More than 70 works of art in 1644 historical landmark and art gallery. An all-volunteer enterprise dedicated to preserving the history of Water Mill. 631-726-4625, www.watermillmuseum.org. 5148 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 94 DAY BY DAY AMG-Amagansett; BH-Bridgehampton; EH-East Hampton; HB-Hampton Bays; MV-Manorville; MTK-Montauk; Q-Quogue; RVHD-Riverhead; SGHSag Harbor; SGK-Sagaponack; SH-Southampton; SI-Shelter Island; WM-Water Mill; WH-Westhampton; WHB-Westhampton Beach; WS-Wainscott UPCOMING DAN'S TASTE OF TWO FORKS � July 16. Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Rosanna Scotto host. Celebrities including Sarabeth Levine and Silvia Lehrer, Mark Feuerstein, Alex McCord. Restaurants, wineries, chefs, more � check out all the yummy details at www.danstasteoftwoforks.com. See features on pages 41 and 51. UNCONDITIONAL LOVE � July 16, 6-8 p.m., Home of Ellen & Chuck Scarborough, 520 First Neck Ln., SH. Benefits the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. Honoring Karen LeFrak. 631-329-5480, www. southamptonanimalshelter.com. $250. MASTER OF FINE ARTS INFORMATION SESSION AND READING � July 17, 10 a.m., Chancellors Hall, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. Question and answer session. Interested in earning an MFA in Creative Writing or Theatre? Fire away, then enjoy readings by current MFA students and recent graduates. 631632-5152, www.stonybrook.edu/avram. $10 at the door. PLAY READING � July 17, 8 p.m., Avram Theater (in the Fine Arts building), Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. New York premiere of The Master Butchers Singing Club by Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman, based on the Louise Erdrich novel. Presented in association with Ensemble Studio Theatre. 631-6325152, www.stonybrook.edu/avram. $10 at the door. SOUTHAMPTON REVIEW LAUNCH � July 22, 7:30 p.m., Avram Theater (in the Fine Arts building), Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. Vol. V No. ii. Five years of star contributors, including Melissa Bank (The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing), Billy Collins (Horoscopes for the Dead), and Mark Doty (Fire to Fire). 631-632-5152, www.stonybrook.edu/avram. $10 at the door. HEAT � July 30, 6-8 p.m. Benefits Southampton Hospital's Ellen Hermanson Breast Center. Honorary Chairpeople: Laura Linney & Donna Karan. Honoring Kim Cattrall, Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford. 631-3295480, www.ellensrun.org. $250. KITE FLY � August 7, 5:30 p.m. Dan's Papers sponsors 39th Annual Kite Fly. 631-537-0500, www.danshamptons. com. ANNUAL YARD SALE � August 13, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 26 Main Rd., Aquebogue. Rain or shine. Seeking donations of furniture, electronics, beds and bedding, appliances, exercise equipment, bicycles, tools, luggage, musical instruments, and gently-used clothing. 631-727-6831, www.maureenshaven.org. AUTHORS NIGHT � August 13, 5-7:30 p.m., followed by dinner, East Hampton Library, Main St., EH. 631-3240222 ext.7, www.authorsnight.org. Prices from $100 (just for cocktail hour) to $2500. MUSIC TO KNOW � August 13 and 14. EH. August 13: Vampire Weekend, Matt and Kim, We Are Scientists and more. August 14: Bright Eyes, Chromeo and more. Tickets at www.musictoknow.com. Single day tickets $110, twoday tickets $195, two-day VIP passes $645. HAMPTON CLASSIC HORSE SHOW � August 28-September 4, 240 Snake Hollow Rd., BH. Competition in five rings, over 70 boutiques and an international food court. Featuring the $250,000 FTI Grand Prix on September 4. 631-537-3177. $10 per person or $20 per car load. THURSDAY, JULY 7 PLAY READING � 7:30 p.m. Avram Theater (in the Fine Arts building), Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. 3 Guys and a Brenda by Obie Award-winner Adam Bock (A Small Fire), and Out of the City by Leslie Ayvazian (Nine Armenians). Presented in association with Ensemble Studio Theatre. 631-632-5152, www.stonybrook. edu/avram. $10 at the door. ERICA JONG & MOLLY JONG � FAST: SUGAR IN MY BOWL � 8 p.m., Bookhampton, 41 Main St., EH. www. bookhampton.com, 631-324-4939. NATIONAL THEATRE: THE CHERRY ORCHARD � 8 p.m., Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. 631-324-4050. www.Theatremania.com. $18/members $16. TWILIGHT THURSDAY � 5-8 p.m., Wolffer Winery presents live music. The winery tasting room, 139 Sagg Rd., SGK. Wines by the glass and cheese plates for purchase. 631-537-5106. No cover charge. JAZZ JAM AT BAY BURGER � 7-9 p.m., No reservations required. Through November. 1742 Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. 631-603-6160, www.bayburger.com. No cover. FRIDAY, JULY 8 EAST HAMPTON FARMERS MARKET � 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 136 North Main St., EH. Through September 30, rain or shine. SAG HARBOR HOUSE TOUR � 11 a.m. � 4 p.m. 201 Main St., SGH. 631-725-0049, www.johnjermain.org. $35. HAYGROUND SCHOOL FARMERS MARKET � 3-6:30 p.m., Hayground School, 151 Mitchell Ln., BH. LIVE MUSIC IN HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY'S HIDDEN GARDEN � 5-7 p.m., Hampton Coffee Company Espresso Bar & Caf�, 869 Montauk Hwy, WM. Every Friday, all summer! Free and family-friendly, picnic and beach blankets welcome. 631-726-2633, www.facebook. com/hamptoncoffeecompany. FRIDAYS AT FIVE�TOM CLAVIN & BOB DRURY � 5 p.m., Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. 631-5370015. $15. PANEL � 7:30 p.m., Avram Theater (in the Fine Arts building), Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. Speakers: Patricia McCormick, Chris Barton, Susan Raab, Connie Rockman, Leonard Marcus, Emma Walton Hamilton. 631-6325152, www.stonybrook.edu/avram. $10 at the door. STAGED READING: THE GIFT OF THE GORGON � 8 p.m., Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. Featuring Alec Baldwin, Melissa Errico, Sam Underwood. Directed by Tony Walton.631-324-4050, www.theatremania.com. Orchestra $50 members $48, reserved $30 members $28. MUSIC SERIES � 6 p.m., Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Ln., BH. Fridays through September 1. Wide range of local musicians. 631-283-3195, www.peconiclandtrust.org. MONICA HUGHES SINGS TUNES FROM YESTERDAY AND TODAY AT HARBOR BISTRO � 7-10 p.m., 313 Three Mile Harbor Rd., EH. Every Friday. 631-324-7300, www.harborbistro.net. SATURDAY, JULY 9 SAG HARBOR FARMERS MARKET - 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Bay St., SGH. SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET � 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Ashawagh Hall, Springs. WESTHAMPTON BEACH FARMERS MARKET � 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 85 Mill Rd., WHB. Over 40 vendors! www. whbcc.com. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS HIKE � 9 a.m. Meet on Sebonac Road east of Magee Street, SH. 3-4 mile hike on the Kurt Billing Memorial Trail. Beautiful water views. Moderately paced with some hills. Marilyn Kirkbright, 631-726-7503. PICK OF THE WEEK Saturday, July 9 Honky Tonk Night see listing below. KURTZTOWN GERMAN FOLK FESTIVAL JITNEY TRIP � 631-283-4600, www.hamptonjitney.com. $73 includes admission. PAULA POUNDSTONE � 8:30 p.m. West Hampton Beach Performing Arts Center, www.whbpac.org. $40-$65. 631-288-1500. MOONSOUP TRUNK SHOW � 10 a.m. � noon, CMEE Gift Boutique, "Hamptons Style" Indian fashion and fun MoonSoup class. Refreshments and ice cream will also be available for purchase in the MoonSoup Gift Boutique. Visit www.moonsoup.net for more information.Children's Museum of the East End, 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. CORE FUSION CLASSES TO BENEFIT BREAST CANCER RESEARCH � 6 p.m. and July 10, 11:45 a.m. Mother-daughter class. All net proceeds go to the Greater NYC Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. 212-2493000. $75/person. SUMMER COCKTAIL PARTY � 6-8 p.m., Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum, 200 Main St., SGH. Music by Dick Johansson & the Highlanders and Caroline Doctorow. Benefits the Whaling Museum. 631-725-0770. $50/person. AN EVENING OF HOPE � 7-9 p.m., Home of Katrina and Don Peebles, 1100 Brick Kiln Rd., BH. The Rose Brucia Foundation, "Working to Reduce Child Abductions." 305-442-4342. $500/person. RSVP by July 1. PAKULA PRIZE � 7:30 p.m., Avram Theater (in the Fine Arts building), Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy, SH. Interview with director, producer, and writer Chris Weitz (American Pie, About A Boy, The Golden Compass, Twilight Saga: New Moon) with film clips. 631632-5152, www.stonybrook.edu/avram. $10 at the door. ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY � 8 p.m. John Drew Theater at Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. Renowned singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host and producer. 631-324-4050, www.guildhall.org. Prime orchestra $70/$65 members, orchestra $60/$58 members, balcony $45/$43 members. HONKY TONK NIGHT � 8 p.m.-midnight, Pleasure Lounge, behind 151 North Ferry Rd., SI. Dance to benefit the Island Gift Of Life Foundation, featuring music by Gene Casey & the Lone Sharks and Joe Lauro's Who Dat Loungers. B.Y.O.B. 631 466-2768. $25. (continued on page 72) 3788 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 95 Come Explore the Hamptons with Dan... THE BIGGEST EVENTS THE HOTTEST CELEBRITIES HE BEST T EAWAYS GIV THE LATEST REAL ESTATE THE NEWEST RESTAURANTS THE ONLY HAMPTONS RESOURCE YOU NEED DANSHAMPTONS.COM 5144 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 96 DayByDay (continued from previous page) PARRISH ART MUSEUM MIDSUMMER PARTY � 10 p.m.-1 a.m. 631-283-2118 ext. 42. www.parrishart.org. SUNDAY, JULY 10 SOUTHAMPTON FARMERS MARKET� 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Hildreth's Parking Lot, SH. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY � 10 a.m. Red Creek Park. Meet at the parking lot on Old Riverhead Road, HB. Moderately paced 3-4 mile hike with views of Penny Pond. Jim Crawford, 631-3692341. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY - Long Pond Greenbelt Horseback Ride. 9AM-11AM. BYO horse and helmet. Easy ride with many pond views. Call for reservations, Barbara Bornstein, 631537-6188. CONVERSATION WITH INA GARTEN � 11 a.m., Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. $15, members $13. 631-3240806, 631-324-4050, www.theatremania.com VINTAGE AND COMMEMORATIVE BLACK DOLL ExHIBIT � Eastville Community House, 139 Hampton St., SGH. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Eastville Community Historical Society, they are hosting an exhibit of vintage and commemorative black dolls and figures. Featured will be such dolls as the Flip/Wilson/Geraldine doll, Willie Talk, Winchell's Mahoney's Lester, Michael Jackson, Venus and Serena Williams as well as dozens of others that span the generations and represent styles that depict the African-American and Caribbean experience. POETRY MARATHON � 5 p.m. East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 301 Bluff Rd., AMG. 631-324-6850. www. easthamptonhistory.org. MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT MUSIC � SAVAGE NIGHTINGALE � 6:30 p.m., Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. $25, members $23. 631-324-0806, 631-324-4050, www. theatremania.com GRAND FUNK RAILROAD � 8:30 p.m. Westhampton S EE THE WORLD'S LARGEST CIRCUS UNDER THE BIG TOP! CIRCUS S TARS SHINNECOCK POW-WOW GROUNDS C SOUTHAMPTON HOSTED BY SHINNECOCK INDIAN NATION MON. JULY FREE TICKETS FOR KIDS AT BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE THRU 7/17 AT 89 NEWTOWN LN. - EAST HAMPTON 68 JOBS LN. - SOUTHAMPTON 18 OFF MONTAUK HWY. / RT. 27A 2 MI. W. OF SOUTHAMPTON & TUES. JULY 19 SHOWS AT ON ADULT ADMISSION PURCHASED IN ADVANCE SAVE $5 & GOTOTHECIRCUS.COM DAN'S PAPERS NIGHT JULY 18TH - 8 PM G GREENPORT POLO GROUNDS WED. JULY & THUR. JULY ALSO COMING TO INFO 1-800-796-5672 M-F 9-5 21 Beach Performing Arts Center, www.whbpac.org. $80$115. 631-288-1500. MONDAY, JULY 11 TOAST � 5:30 p.m. screening, Parrish Art Museum, 25 Job's Ln., SH. $7/ members $5. Parrishart.org. 631-2832118. CONCERTS IN THE PARK: GOSPEL CONCERT � 6:30-8:30 p.m., Agawam Park, SH Village. www.scc-arts. org. Donations appreciated. JAZZ JAM AT THE PIZZA PLACE � 7-9 p.m., Montauk Hwy., BH (opposite Bridgehampton Commons). 631-537-7865. PATTEN OSWALT � 8 p.m. Comedy Club at Bay Street Theater, Long Wharf, SH. 631-725-9500. $60 members, $65 nonmembers. TUESDAY, JULY 12 WEEKLY LIFE DRAWING CLASSES � 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., Veterans Hall, 2 Pond Ln., SH. 631-725-5851. WRITING ABOUT YOUR LIFE, MEMOIR WORKSHOP WITH EILEEN OBSER � 1-3 p.m., Southampton Cultural Center, SH. Tuesdays thru 7/26. 631-287-4377. $100. CREATIVE WRITING COURSE FOR SENIORS � 1:30-3:30 p.m., Town of Southampton Senior Center, HB. Tuesdays through 9/6. Ten session course led by Arkie Friedensohn. A reading of selected papers and publication will follow. 631-728-1235. BETTY'S SUMMER VACATION � Bay Street Theatre, 1 Bay St., SGH. Thru 7/31. 631-725-9500, www.baystreet. org. $55-$65. FINEST IN WORLD CINEMA � The First Grader � 8 p.m., Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., WHB. Also 7/13 and 7/14. 631-288-1500, www. whbpac.org. $10/seniors, students $7. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 ROUTE 27 FARMERS MARKET � 9 a.m.-1 p.m., American Legion Post, AMG. TAIKOZA � 2 p.m. Japanese drum and dance, Parrish Art Museum, 25 Job's Ln., SH. $10/members $5. 631-2832118, ext. 30, parrishart,org. CONCERTS IN THE PARK: ADLIB STEEL ORCHESTRA � 6:30-8:30 p.m., Agwam Park, SH Village. www.scc-arts.org. Donations appreciated. THURSDAY, JULY 14 artMRKT HAMPTONS � Southampton Hospital Benefit Preview Party, 5:30-7 p.m.; VIP Preview Party 7-9:30 p.m. A new fair featuring more than 35 leading local, national, and international galleries in a tented venue. Bridgehampton Historical Society Grounds, 2368 Montauk Hwy., BH. Show hours: 7/15-7/16, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; 7/17, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Information and tickets, www.artmrkt.com/hamptons. STRAIGHT TALK: REAL PEOPLE � JEFFREY JEFFRIES � 7 p.m. Bridgehampton Child Care Center, 551 Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. 631-537-0616. FRIDAY, JULY 15 FRIDAYS AT FIVE�DAVID REYNOLDS � 5 p.m., Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. 631-537-0015. $15. SOCK HOP � 6-11 p.m., American Legion Post 419, AMG. For Nana Cares � The Kattie O. Berkoski Foundation. There will be music, "hot wax," cash bar, 50/50 raffle, silent auction and buffet dinner. Everyone over 21 is welcome. $20 in advance, $25 at the door. ANN LIGUORI FOUNDATION OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE CHARITY DINNER DANCE � 6:30-11 p.m., Duck Walk Vineyards, 231 Montauk Hwy (RT 27), WM. Dinner benefits the American Cancer Society and `Healthy Children, Healthy Futures. Live music by Dillon Dixon. www.annliguori.com. $100/person. Send Day By Calendar listings to email@example.com before noon on Friday. COME EARLY! CAMEL RIDES PONY RIDES 1 HOUR BEFORE SHOWS B 4340 A Day of Transformation A retreat in your home for 2 people � Massages, Private Yoga, and Ayurveda � Dietary and Lifestyle Consultation � A meal prepared specific for your needs Learn what your body needs to restore Vibrant Health! G O T O T HE C IRCUS.COM IRCUS COM C OM To book your day call 413-329-5440 5149 Dan's Papers July 8, 2011 danshamptons.com Page 97 LETTERS AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION Dear Dan, I am a big fan of your paper and your writing. I found your "Tahoe" piece great reading but nowhere in the article did the admitted frequent beach driver ever admit that what he did was stupid and dangerous. It would be refreshing if every now and then even publishing moguls admitted doing dumb things. It might even prevent their readers from doing them. Alan H. Zwiebel East Hampton It was stupid and dangerous. �DR HOLD THE FRIES TOO! Dear Dan, Who would have thunk? Meat and potatoes � basic staple of the American diet, now held responsible for our growing obesity epidemic. A federally funded Harvard University analysis of data collected over 20 years from more than 120,000 Americans found that meat and potatoes were the main culprits in weight gain, while fruits, vegetables, and nuts prevented weight gain. The analysis was published in this week's issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. So much for the meat industry's claim of highnutrient density for their product. It's more like high weight density. So, the next time the fast food clerk asks if "you want fries with that," tell him to hold the greasy hamburger and give you a nice salad instead. Sincerely, Brody Warden Calverton You really have to appreciate a great American burger. �DR NO PARKING ANY WHERE, ANY TIME, IN THE HAMPTONS! Dear Dan, I have been coming to the Hampton's since 1957 and for over 50 years, Dan's Papers has stood for everything good and noble, fun and unique about this very special world called the Hamptons. Two years ago, a small group of residents who live in Northampton Colony pushed the Southampton Town Council to put in no parking signs on the access road to the local beach. That request was made based upon spurious information � a supposed crime spree (there was one report of a minor theft in 2008) and public safety (there have been no reported accidents or incidents on Northampton Colony access roads, beaches or nearby waters in recent memory, according to town records). Nonetheless, the Town Council, on the basis of the information supplied, closed the road to parking from May 15 to September 15. If security were really the issue however, one would be concerned about parking during the off-season months when homes are empty and fewer people are here. Over the past few months, several area residents have called to the Town's attention the fact that a) the parking ban was put in based upon false information, b) this public road and public beach stand alone in their unfairly limited access and c) this sets a dangerous precedent for the other 100 or so public access roads and the public beaches they serve. What becomes patently obvious upon visiting that beach in question is that this is not about parking at all. It's about denying access, and effectively privatizing a town beach, taking it away from our nearly 60,000 residents and making it a private preserve for the enjoyment of a privileged few � all while graciously allowing the citizenry of the Town of Southampton to pick up the tab for the public road and the public beach. As the man who has for over half a century been one of the great souls of the Hamptons and epitomized what this area stands for, I hope that you will attend the meeting. Should you independently come to your own conclusion that the rights of the towns 59,000+ residents are being trampled to serve the interests of a highly vocal handful of people, I hope that you will join all of us in our efforts to right this egregious wrong. Sincerely, Jayne Young We have two articles in this issue about this. - DR EAR HALF FULL Dear Dan, I've got a humorous proposition for you. Tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern Time, I'm hosting an Internet radio show. This is only my second time hosting the show, so you can get a good laugh listening to me stumbling, bumbling, and grumbling my way through the show, trying to figure out the controls and the #$%&* switchboard. (Just kidding, sort of....) If you're not familiar with Internet radio, it is revolutionizing the way radio shows are done: no longer do you have to be in a specific geographic area, or pay for a monthly satellite service. All you need to do is sit down at your computer (as long as it has speakers!). The show I'm hosting tonight is called "Using Humor to Heal" and is part of a weekly show called "Brain Injury Radio." But don't let the "Brain Injury" label fool you; we can all use a little more humor in our lives to help get through whatever challenges face us. I have two very special guests: Lois McElravy is a T.B.I. survivor, motivational speaker (a member of the National Speakers Association) and member of The Association for Applied Therapeutic Humor (who knew there was such a thing!). She hails from Missoula, Montana and speaks to groups all over the country about the importance of humor in both our business and personal lives. Katie Anson is a neuropsychologist and T.B.I. therapist who has written on the importance of humor and improved mood in recovery. She joins us by phone all the way from her practice in Australia. So, as my good friend Betsy says, break out your Groucho Marx rubber cigar and your fake glasses with bushy eyebrows and big nose, and listen in or call in. Remember, it's Internet radio, so you can listen from anywhere! You can find more info by clicking here. Thanks, Lee Carlson Cutchogue Clicking where? -DR IN THE FORMA... Dear Dan, I want to follow up regarding my e-mail sent on June 10. I actually think that forwarding it to your son might be a great idea. I recently read, that Lion is a gym enthusiast and Forma Training 100 might help him in climbing his boat's mast if he has to do it again. I don't expect any story in the paper, but I really think he might enjoy the training method, which is completely new and gaining popularity. Well, if he wants to write a story about his experience, I wouldn't object. Regards, Christof Prus He says he's gonna call you. -DR Police Blotter DWI 10 billion DWI's were issued to residents and tourists on the East End over 4th of July weekend. Expect less traffic next weekend since so many people had their licenses taken away. Billions $573 billion worth of parking tickets were issued over the weekend by teenagers with walkietalkies that will grow up to be good policemen in these here parts. 12 A dozen people were arrested in Hampton Bays for drug possession as undercover police officers cracked down on drug use and drug sales in the area of the Tiana Beach parking lot. Hit By Car For all of you bicycle enthusiasts out there in the Hamptons who think it is safe to ride your bicycle in the middle of the street, be advised, there was a cyclist that was hit in Quogue last week by a car. The cyclist suffered serious injuries and needed to be hospitalized and the driver of the vehicle was arrested. An investigation is pending into the incident. Shelter Island Old Man McGumbus, 96 and former World War II rocket launch specialist, was arrested last week after he deliberately drove his Ford F-150 directly into The Shelter Island Coffee House, or as McGumbus calls it, "Hippie Headquarters." 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