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NEW CONSTRUCTION EAST HAMPTON NEWHOMESSTARTINGAT Now is the time to make your move while these homes are still available for customization. Most homes include oak hardwood oors, mahogany entryways, lots of storage and room for pool. It couldn’t be easier to have a brand new home without the hassle. In the kitchen you will be given a choice of granite countertops and top-of-theline cabinetry. In the bathrooms you will ďŹ nd white subway tiles and in many a giant jacuzzi tub! If you purchase now you can also select your bathroom vanity style. Throughout the home you can choose your own palette of paint colors for further customization. This is an opportunity you can’t miss! All of these homes are in East Hampton about a half mile to the town and bay. 1: Ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. F#53050 2: Colonial with wrap around porch 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths. F#53054 3: Cape 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. F#53056 4: Nantucket, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. F#52555 5: Colonial 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. F#69851 6: Colonial 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. F#69902



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Honoring the Artist: Harriet Sawyer This week’s cover image by Harriet Sawyer is one we aren’t likely to recognize. Its point-ofview from a high angle is off-center. The abstract designs distort the image even more, we don’t know for sure where the figure is standing nor what that figure is doing. The image possesses archetypical connotations; its lack of a specific place and time may mean the past or the future, life or death. Whatever the message, however, the image is intriguing and arresting. So, too, are Sawyer’s other works, which often bear a resemblance to this cover, called “Afternoon.” For example, there’s Sawyer’s “Moonlight Swim” where a nude man lies on the rocks; “The Awakening” recalls a similar setting, but the subjects are members of the monkey family. Is there a connection between the two pieces, the idea of evolution? The barren land, the striking timelessness and the archetypical figures are consistent. Q: Tell us about your “Gibson Beach” and why it’s important to you. It looks like the perspective is from a bird’s-eye-view. A: “Gibson Beach” is in Sagaponack, in a very isolated area. I started to love the deep shadows of the late afternoon here when I painted that. Q: In addition to your attention to formal elements such as shadows, are there psychological aspects in your work? A: The last work I did for an exhibit at the Hampton Roads Gallery was seven feet high. I realized the woman I painted was my alter ego. (It was partly figurative and partly abstract.) The last painting became the first painting in terms of themes. I went back to the beginning. It was a cathartic experience. Q: Speaking of “first paintings,” how did you

get started in art? A: I was painting when I was five years old. My grandmother would say, “There’s an artist.” I remember when I was in the sixth or seventh grade, I walked in with a nude I had done. They threw me out. I also painted the walls of my house when I was young. My parents let me do it. Q: How adventurous. So, how about your art training as an adventure? A: I went to Queen’s College and to the Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.). After art school, I had to earn money, so when I was offered a job in textiles I took it. I wound up opening my own textile company. Q: You’ve said you’ve been on an amazing journey. Some of this journey had to do with design. A: I was honored by F.I.T. with a 50th Year Alumni Award, and I was designing and producing fabrics for my company. I even designed and built a home. My husband, Richard Demato, and I renovated a home and gardens on an island in Connecticut, too. From 1985 to the 1990s, we worked together on another textile company as well. Q: You and Richard also recently opened an art gallery in Sag Harbor. A: Yes. He researches and finds amazing artists. It’s his passion. Q: Passion for art is obviously very important to you. How so? A: I want to wake up when I’m 80 and look back on life and know I had a passion. I wouldn’t trade my life for anything. Art is something that calls you. But I think it’s a blessing and a curse. More a blessing. —Marion Wolberg Weiss Harriet Sawyer’s work can be seen on the website:


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Beach Lane NBC’s Sitcom about Funky Hamptons Newspaper Proceeds By Dan Rattiner As you may know, NBC has approved the pilot of what will be a new TV series called “Beach Lane.” It is to be the adventures of a wealthy but irresponsible young Manhattan heir who decides to buy a floundering Hamptons newspaper called Beach Lane to turn it around. Or maybe he buys it for the same reason that Citizen Kane bought his newspaper 100 years ago in New York City. “I think it would be fun to run a newspaper.” Kane said. This wealthy, but clueless, millionaire doesn’t run it himself of course. Instead, he hires a friend, a successful award-winning novelist,who also doesn’t have a clue about how to run a newspaper, to be the editor. It’s a great idea. But it’s not new. I’ve always loved running a newspaper. Shortly after I began running this newspaper many years ago, I myself wrote a treatment for a TV show about running a newspaper. I have it around here somewhere. I’m a pack rat. I think it might be in a filing cabinet that says “Ideas 1967-1975.” I’ll have a look and report back next week. Apparently, my son David, who works at the paper, has also written a treatment about the life and times of running a resort newspaper. And about two years ago, after the collapse of a onetime competitor of Dan’s Papers known as The Improper Hamptonian, one of the editors sent me a proposed TV treatment about running that newspaper. It’s pretty hilarious stuff. But it’s one thing to write a treatment like this. And it’s quite another to do something with it. NBC’s effort is first class. It is being produced

by Marci Klein and Lorne Michaels, the producer of “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock.” (Michaels has lived out here for almost as long as I have.) It’s starring Matthew Broderick as the award-winning novelist who takes on the job of editing the thing. (Broderick’s credits include Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, War Games and Inspector Gadget and, on Broadway, The Producers). He has also lived out here for many

Henry Zebrowski, and also Kristen Johnston, who is now to playing the step-sister of the millionaire, she played an alien in “Third Rock from the Sun”. NBC has also announced, since the show must go on, that they are currently interviewing three other actors for the part of the millionaire. They are Michael McMillan, John Forest and Nick Thune, none of whom in any way resemble the disorganization of Patton Oswalt. So perhaps NBC is re-thinking this role. Thune is a comedian, lesser known than Oswalt. He had the role of “Correspondent” on “The Jay Leno Show.” McMillan is a more traditional actor. He’s had a recurring role on “True Blood” and has appeared in Hills Have Eyes II and Imagine That. Forest has had appearances on “House” and “Without a Trace”. All are TVbased performers. (As we goto press, we’ve learned that NBC has cast Thune as the Millionaire.) Many bloggers have commented that “Beach Lane” seems to be a spin-off of some of the hijinx and hilarity that have surrounded Dan’s Papers during the last 50 years. Maybe so. A location manager from NBC visited our offices last month wondering whether our establishment would be a good fit as the location for “Beach Lane.” David took him on a tour. The Dan’s Papers building occupies a two-story former private home located on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. It has a garret and it has a basement. We’ve been here 38 years. Apparently, the effort fizzled. My guess is that in today’s world this rich pub-

Bloggers have commented that“Beach Lane” seems to be a spin-off of Dan’s Papers hijinx... years. As far as the young millionaire owner, NBC cast the hilarious young Patton Oswalt, a rumpled, sloppy, ill mannered and slightly overweight comedian whose fans are clamoring for HBO to give him an hour long special, which he greatly deserves. What a coup that is! Or might have been. Apparently, after a first round table reading of the script, (written by Simon Kinberg—another first rate talent), either NBC decided Oswalt was not who they wanted, or Oswalt decided this character was not who he wanted, so it was announced that Oswalt would not be the star— but would consider a lesser part in the production. Others in the cast include Aimee Garcia and

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Nightlife impresarios Matt Shendell and Noah Tepperberg will bring Dune back to the Hamptons this summer. The pair reportedly signed a six-year lease and completely renovated the former Jet East space. * * * Comedian Nick Thune will replace Patton Oswalt in “Beach Lane,” an upcoming comedy about a struggling Hamptons newspaper. The show also stars Kristen Johnston and Amagansett’s Matthew Broderick. * * * Rumors are flying that Patti Stanger, the high-class cupid on Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker,” plans to take her show on the road and move to the Hamptons this summer. * * * TV weatherman Sam Champion sold his four-bedroom East Hampton home for $2.25 million. * * * Something Borrowed, a romantic comedy based on a book by Emily Giffin and starring Colin Farrell and Ginnifer Goodwin, begins filming in the Hamptons this month. * * * “High Society,” the CW show starring socialite Tinsley Mortimer, has been signed for a second season and will film in the Hamptons this summer. Producers are currently casting for “more likable” friends. * * * Artist Chuck Close was overheard telling guests at last week’s Picasso opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that he won’t be accompanying his wife of 40 years to their Hamptons home this summer. * * * Amagansett’s Gwyneth Paltrow has reportedly backed out of playing Nicole Kidman’s wife in The Danish Girl, a film about Lili Elbe, the first person to undergo sex reassignment surgery from male to female. The reason? She wants to spend more quality time with her husband and kids. * * * Sag Harbor’s Emma Walton Hamilton, daughter of Julie Andrews, has launched “Just Write for Kids,” an online workshop for children’s picture book writers. The course takes place over eight lessons. For more information, visit * * * A sneak peek of the new Prell commercial starring Alexa Ray Joel is now available on YouTube. The spot, which features Joel’s singing as well as her smile, airs nationwide in the next two weeks. * * * Westhampton’s Ann Liguori is just back from The Masters, where she was one of the selected golf reporters to be admitted to the Tiger Woods press conference. Her question was about his management team and what they knew about the scandal.

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Incredible Attempt to Swim from Montauk to Manhattan First published in Dan’s Papers Montauk Pioneer, Late July 1965 By Dan Rattiner In the late spring of 1962, a rumor circulated around Montauk that an experienced endurance swimmer—a woman—was in training at the Atlantic Terrace Motel. She’s going to try to swim from Montauk to Manhattan the rumor went, and she holds all kinds of endurance swimming records. Montauk to Manhattan! That’s a distance of 125 miles. The English Channel is only 14 miles across, and the world’s distance swimming record—made off the coast of California—why that’s only 31 miles. Still, the rumors persisted, she’s an expert. Swam 55 miles downstream in the Ohio River, and she’s seriously capable of just such a superhuman feat as a swim from Montauk to Manhattan. At the Atlantic Terrace, the long distance swimmer Britt Sullivan was a speck in the ocean swimming around in a rowboat. A few tourists watched her from the beach through field glasses. She was training, just finishing, and would be

back at the motel shortly. I stood with a guest at the motel and watched her swim slowly around. “She may be a long distance swimmer, but she doesn’t act like one,” the guest said. “She isn’t in the water more than an hour or two a day, no more than most of the guests here. Otherwise, she just sits around and has fun.” He pointed to two fellows playing shuffleboard nearby. “That’s her training crew.” The guest indicated her hotel room, a beautiful suite overlooking the ocean, and I went to the deck and knocked on the door. No answer. Through the floor to ceiling window I could see that the place was a mess; newspapers scattered on the floor, liquor bottles around. Quite an accomplishment considering that the rooms were cleaned daily. Then, Sullivan was walking up the beach to the motel. A big, healthy woman, chunky. Wearing a regulation Olympic green bathing suit and smoking a cigarette from a long holder even though she was soaking wet. She came to

her room, I introduced myself and had my first good look at her. An intense dark woman, late 20s, short light brown hair that held to her head like a bathing cap, cold humorless grey eyes, deeply tanned face from the sun and sea. Sullivan poured herself a drink. “Why are you making this swim?” I asked. “Publicity and money,” Sullivan said bluntly. “I come from the Midwest, a town in Nebraska, and all my life I’ve wanted to make it big. I’ve had nothing else. My parents were divorced when I was a kid, my marriage didn’t work out. I know it sounds hard to come right out and say it, but it’s true. Publicity and money.” Sullivan removed the cigarette from her holder, replaced it with another and lit it. “I’ve developed a water survival method that I use to keep going in the water, too. After I make this swim, I’ll write a book about this method, and maybe this will do some good in the world.” Sullivan’s plan was to swim 20 miles a day, stay awake 170 consecutive hours, and arrive at Coney Island on July 7. She would need all the (continued on page 22)

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Balancing Budgets Cutting,LayingOff,Consolidating,RejiggeringinE.Hampton By Dan Rattiner East Hampton Town held an online auction last week to get rid of some old junk that’s been hanging around town hall, the police station, the highway department and the marine patrol grounds. It was a sad business selling all this crap. Some items sold for $10 while old junked cars went for $100, but it was a sign of the times, and a notice that the new Town Supervisor, Bill Wilkinson, means to scrape up every dime that he can find. You could buy a 1994 Mercury Topaz for $110. You could buy a 2001 Kawasaki JT 900B3 Jet Ski for $1000. You could buy a Clark Forklift for $25. You could buy a pile of insulated scrap wire for $25. There was a Boston Whaler for $25 and even an old 1967 Pierson 24 ft fiberglass boat up for sale for $25. Maybe it would even float.

“We have to find every last bit of money to save here at Town Hall,” he told me. “I want the corporate culture here to think this way.” “Well, I hope you don’t sell the Duck,” I said. The Duck is an amphibious vehicle that goes through water and also drives on the roads. The town has had one for 30 years. It’s an old military vehicle. “I haven’t seen the Duck.” “It was right out there behind Town Hall in the field,” I said. “Well, its not there now.” “Check around,” I said. “It’s somewhere. Santa Claus arrives on it coming in across the harbor every year.” Wilkinson has a rough job on his hands, running the Town of East Hampton. The prior administration, headed by Bill McGintee, spent money like a drunken sailor.

“When McGintee came into office in 2003, the town was operating with an annual surplus of $10 million,” Wilkinson said. “When he left office, the town was running a $30 million deficit. The 2010 budget, which I inherited, continues to run a $30 million deficit.” I told Wilkinson I didn’t understand where he got the courage to run for office to close this deficit. It’s a $30 million deficit on a $73 million budget. “I’ve spent my entire business career balancing budgets that got out of whack. I was in charge of personnel worldwide for Disney for many years. I know how to do this.” “Better you than me,” I said. “I’d really rather be out playing golf. But (continued on page 20)

THE TEA PARTY AND THE TEA PARTY By Dan Rattiner Tea Party rallies were held around the country on April 15, Income Tax Day. One of them was on the steps of the County Center in Hauppague. Another, here on eastern Long Island, was held in the waterside parking lot behind the stores on East Main Street in Riverhead. Several hundred people attended the one in Riverhead, I am told. The Tea Party, as I’m sure you know, has been created as a 21st century incarnation of the Tea Party held in Boston during the colo-

nial era to one night protest the tax on tea being demanded by the King of England. Boxes of tea were thrown into the harbor. The current day Tea Party (TEA stands for Taxed Enough Already, get it?) is a corruption of what happened in Boston in 1773. That earlier tea party protested taxation without representation. All the money for the tea tax was going to England. They wouldn’t mind if here in America they had representation in Parliament to help decide what should or should not be taxed. They’d

have happily paid it. (Samuel “Fish Hook” Mulford of East Hampton went to England in 1704 to protest the heavy tax on whale oil. Warned about pickpockets in London, he had fishhooks sewn into his pockets and thus protected his money.) The current Tea Party wants no new taxes whatsoever. No matter who pays it. They hate Obama and they say they won’t stop until the Republican Party comes around to (continued on page 32)

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Photo left: From Filmmakers of the Hamptons Festival, 1975: Top-Peter Stone, George Silano, Robert Aurrthur, David Opatoshu, Bran Ferren; bottom-Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Dina Merrill, Cliff Robertson. Top right photo: Silano with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward; At right-with John Glenn.

By Susan M. Galardi Before the glitz, glamour and crowds of the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF), there was the understated, informal Filmmakers of the Hamptons Festival. Starting in 1968, the week-long event at Guild Hall in East Hampton featured movie stars and behind-the-scenes filmmakers from the East End, presenting their works. In August of 1975, that group included the late author/Quiogue resident Budd Schulberg, writer/producer Robert Alan Aurthur, (All that Jazz) actress/East Hampton resident Dina Merrill and actor David Opatoshu—all discussing and presenting the live TV drama, “What Makes Sammy Run,” based Schulberg’s book. Peter Stone (The Taking of Pelham 123) of Amagansett and Eli Wallach of East Hampton showed film clips in their discussion of “Why Does Crime Pay?” Cliff Robertson, who lived on Highway Behind the Pond, was featured in “An Evening with Cliff Robertson.” East Hampton’s George Plimpton and writer/director Edmond Levy hosted a program of short films. Right in the middle of the event was the presentation of the 1972 film, The Last American Hero, starring a 21-year old Jeff Bridges, and filmed by North Haven resident/award winning cinematographer George Silano. They say you can never see yourself completely as others see you. The image in the mirror is not you after all, it is an image of you. The closest you can get to that realistic vision is someone else capturing you—someone who knows how to get out of the way and leave nothing between your image and the viewer. That quest has been George Silano’s lifework—capturing the human image on film for national television news, documentaries and feature films. In the 1960s, Silano filmed the newsmakers and moments, including JFK’s famous

George Silano, Cinematographer “Ask not what your country can do for you” inaugural speech. In 1962, he filmed John Glenn the day after his return from orbiting the Earth—the first American to do so. Sitting at a table cluttered with photographs and clippings in his humble home with a king’s view of Sag Harbor Bay (speaking of unobstructed views), Silano leafed though piles of incredible photos that doc-

‘In feature film, everything you see on the screen is there to create emotion.’ umented milestones in American History, his fingers gently curved as though he’d just put down a still camera after hours of shooting. The transparency that Silano strove to master in his early documentaries worked both ways: The footage he shot exposed not only its subjects but its creator. “You have nowhere to hide as a cameraman,” he said. “You get jobs because people saw your footage. Producers hired people who could bring home the bacon. There were no second chances, you had to get it the first time.” Silano’s career was built on one-shot opportunities and a love of photography and filmmaking. As a teenager from Flushing, he built a darkroom out of cardboard in the basement of his family home where he developed film from a little folding camera. But it was 1951, Korean War time, and Silano was drafted. Testing at Ft.

Monmouth put him on track for radio school, but in a one-shot effort, he managed to have his fate changed to still photography. At the school, Silano had another singular opportunity— landing the sole opening in film school. From the service, Silano went to New York, learning from film greats like Jerome Kern and Robert Wise as they shot West Side Story; and Marlon Brando and Elie Kazan during the filming of On the Waterfront. “I was working on a TV show at the West Side Studios where we had a taxi on a sound stage. Elie Kazan was filming On the Waterfront and needed a taxi for the famous, ‘I could’ve been a contender’ scene.” Silano filmed news and documentaries— notably, a 16-part ABC series in the ‘60s call “The World’s Girls,” revealing the life of women in countries from Japan to Sweden. “In ‘62 we got clearance to film ‘Soviet Women.’ Jim Hagerty, who had been Press Secretary for Eisenhower, ended up working for ABC and had the contacts. That’s how we got in,” he said. In Sweden, Silano filmed the first woman ordained as a minister. In France? “If you want to know about French women who do you talk to? We got Simone de Beauvoir and Simone Signoret.” Silano also shot biographies that lead to exploratory meetings with Paul Newman for a segment to be called “Actor in a Hurry.” It also led him to Bette Davis. “I was supposed to film her at the Plaza Hotel for a biography before she went to a luncheon,” he said. “She agreed to me filming her coming out of the elevator, through the Palm Court and into the limo. At the restaurant she asked me to sit next to her. For two hours I sat thigh to thigh with Bette Davis. She invited me back to the hotel—she was a nympho, you know. I was naïïve, and married. I didn’t go.” (continued on page 22)

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Charles Addams TheMan,theMyth,theHouse,theCartoons&theBroadwayShow By Dan Rattiner Charles Addams, the great cartoonist, lived for the last 20 years of his life in a sun-bathed ranch house on Cedar Point Lane in Sagaponack. There he sketched cartoons of the macabre and peculiar group of related people that supposedly lived together very happily, for the most part, in an old bat-infested Victorian mansion somewhere in the back of Charles’ imagination. Charles drew this family on a drawing board in the study of this house. He lived there with his third wife Tee who later became a great benefactor of Animal Rescue Foundation, the animal rescue facility in Wainscott. Meanwhile, in that imaginary house, Addams drew Uncle Fester, Morticia, Gomez, Pugsley, Wednesday and Thing and they went about their business in this house happily with only one caveat: Everything horrible was good, everything good was bad and everything terrifying was a treat. Addams’ creations, published as cartoons mostly in The New Yorker, soon became the subject for two films, one book, three TV shows and, most recently, a Broadway show starring Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth that opened last week. Addams himself was a rather quiet man with

an amused expression and a very quick wit. He loved dogs and art, antique cars and Tee, and he loved fun. He was seen out and about in this community for all the years he was here, almost always accompanied by his beloved bride. I did not know Tee and Charles Addams except in passing, but art gallery owner Elaine Benson, who with her fourth and last husband Joe Kaufman, was a good friend of Tee and Charles, and she told me the following story. “The four of us were down at Sagg Main Beach for the afternoon sunbathing,” Elaine told me. “Sometime during the conversation, Joe heard Charles mention the name of one of his earlier wives. Joe had also been married to this woman. “My Joe seemed rather agitated about this situation, and though he didn’t say anything right away, at one point, when Charles wandered down to the edge of the ocean to watch the surf, Joe bounded after him. They talked for a minute away from Tee and me. Then they came back. Later, after we came back home, I asked Joe what they had been talking about, although I thought I already knew.” “What did Joe say?” I asked Elaine. “He said he had told Charles that he had been

married to that same woman and he wondered what Charles thought of her. Charles replied ‘Which Barbara?’ Apparently there was more than one Barbara. Joe had nothing further to say. Then the two of them came back to the blanket. And that was the end of it.” So much for the wit and wisdom of Charles Addams. As I write this, it is Wednesday, April 14. And I am, frankly, dreading what is going to happen tomorrow night. Occasionally, my wife surprises me by securing a couple of Broadway show tickets. Ten days ago, a week before The Addams Family: A New Musical opened, she secured two tickets to it. Tomorrow night we are supposed to see it. The show opened Friday and was reviewed in all the papers Saturday morning. The critics, almost every one of them, completely savaged it. “Imagine if you dare, the agonies of the talented people trapped inside the collapsing tomb called ‘The Addams Family,” The New York Times’ Ben Brantley wrote, “It stars a shamefully squandered Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth— and must feel like going to a Halloween party in (continued on page 30)

LIPA SUBSTATION ON TURNPIKE MEETS LIZARD By Dan Rattiner Regular readers may recall a huge fight that took place in the Hamptons two years ago, when citizens loudly objected to some proposed high tension wires that would travel down Deerfield Road in Water Mill and Scuttlehole Road in Bridgehampton on metal poles 60 feet above the street. They would link the main Long Island Power Authority generators in Southampton to a newly planned electric substation on the Sag Harbor Turnpike. In the end, after declaring there was no other way to deal with increasing East End

power needs, LIPA gave up on overhead wires and arranged to have these wires run underground the entire distance. There would be a substantial cost, of course. And the residents living along the sides of those roads would have to bear it as an amount added to their real estate tax bill every year for the next thirty years. That’s just the price you had to pay for progress. Workmen dug ditches and installed the underground wiring during the following months. All that remained after that was to build the substation and hook everything up. But now it turns out that the newly planned

substation is, for environmental reasons, in the wrong place. It might never get built. And if it doesn’t, these underground wires will be wires to nowhere. This is no joke. Environmentalists have been saying all along that the site chosen for the substation—a former farm now overgrown into a woods—is home to a special endangered species of salamander. LIPA pressed ahead anyway. Last week, guess what? Investigators from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation found some of these salamanders. And they (continued on page 30)

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this has to be done.” I recalled that years ago, the budget at East Hampton was half that of Southampton, which made sense because East Hampton was half the size. “Now, both towns have budgets of about $75 million,” I said. “And East Hampton is still half the size of Southampton.” We talked a bit about the new Town Hall, which is nearing completion on the front lawn of the old Town Hall. During the election campaign, Wilkinson vowed he would never move into it. It had been ordered by McGintee. The cost would be $6.5 million. Wilkinson thought it a terrible expense and just one of those many things that McGintee was going nuts spending money on.

“Well, I’ve come around in my thinking,” Wilkinson said. “It’s done, or nearly done. And it is quite wonderful and historic. We expect to move in in June or July.” The new Town Hall is an assemblage of seven historic 17th and 18th century wood shingle buildings, gathered up from around the town and towed to their property by Adelaide de Menil and her husband Ted Carpenter in the 1970s. Now, 40 years later, she’s donated them and paid to have them moved to the town for a new town hall. Architect Robert A.M. Stern designed how they could be arranged on the lawn there. “You know, there’s been no budget for furniture for these buildings,” Wilkinson told me. “I don’t know what they were thinking. You


can’t just move in there with old metal desks from the old building. Also, they need that old furniture in the old building for the clerks and other offices that will occupy it. So I got this idea. We are going to build, out of scrap wood and at no extra charge, old wooden tables with sawhorse affairs under them for desks. They will be fully functional. But they will fit right in with the old buildings themselves.” Wilkinson has now been in office about 100 days. He’s let go a good percentage of the staff, consolidated jobs, even consolidated departments. He put the Marine Patrol under the auspices of the Town Police. “If we are going to have departments with guns, I want one man who knows and is responsible for all of the guns. The Marine Patrol will be moving over to Police Headquarters. It will be another savings.” “You’re only in office for two years,” I said. “Can you really balance the budget in just one term?” “I think I can come pretty close. In any case, I can set the templates on how to proceed in the future. You know, the big problem here was not all the different checkbooks we had— I’m consolidating 23 departments into 12— the problem was that everybody used the money in each checkbook for just whatever. Imagine you have buckets with money in them to run your home. You have one bucket for insurance, you have another for the mortgage, you have another for the kids and another for the utilities bills. Then one of your kids comes in and needs something so you just go to the nearest bucket and take the money from that. Chaos ensues. “One of my biggest concerns when I came into office was being sure we had the money set aside to finish the new Town Hall. I asked the old administration. Oh yes, they said, we’ve bonded the project. The State gave us $6.5 million. And so everything is taken care of. “I said yes, but exactly how much of that $6.5 million remains in the account. They said it’s all taken care of. We’re right on budget. I said, yes, but what I’m asking is how much of that $6.5 million remains. They didn’t get it. So I looked. There was NO money remaining in the account. It had been used for all sorts of other things. Amazing. “But I’ve got Len Bernard sorting things out now. We’re getting all the money back to where it should be. And we’ll be able to keep track of it from here.” “Well, as a taxpayer of the town,” I said, “I am sure glad you are here doing this. You know, I live in a house I bought on Three Mile Harbor Road many years ago. I have a photo of it from back then on the wall in our den, together with the price being asked for it and what I paid and what the town taxes were on the house.” “What were they?” “$550. I know that was a long time ago.” “And what are your taxes now?” “Are you sure you want to know?” “Yes.” “Just under $10,000.”

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Two East End Murder Trials, Same Outcome By Dan Rattiner There seemed little doubt about the There were developments in two facts. Conroy’s fingerprints were on murder cases pending this past week the murder weapon. He was covered on the East End. One was the sentencwith Marcelo Lucero’s blood when ing of Anthony Oddone, 27 who was caught later. Afterwards he confessed convicted of getting into a fight and to the murder. He virtually bragged subsequently choking to death Andrew about it. He was, however, talking to a Reister, 40, at the Southampton Suffolk County Police officer—a Publick House a year and a half ago. Andrew Reister friend, supposedly. The Suffolk County There had been a lot of drinking going Police are currently being investigated on. A jury decided three weeks ago that Oddone for failing to even document hate crimes in this was guilty only of manslaughter. He had no part of Suffolk County, a place filled with race intention of killing Reister but did enough to do crimes. so anyway. He faced between 8 and 25 years in At the trial, though Conroy recanted his conjail. On Friday, the judge sentenced Oddone to fession. He said he had not stabbed Lucero, but 22 years. He declared “This was not a bar fight. only held the knife after the man who did stab This was a defenseless man. The defendant Lucero, one of the other six, handed it to him. must be punished, and in the court’s mind, he He named that other person, who, of course, must be punished to the maximum.” denied this. He also said the tattoo of a swastiThen four days later, a jury announced their verdict in the case of Jeffrey Conroy, 19, who as a high school senior in 2009 was convicted of going out with a knife and six friends one Saturday night looking for “Mexicans” and bragging he would not only beat one up but stab one. At this high school—PatchogueMedford—Conroy often was part of a group of white boys who for years would go out to beat CARETAKING & CONCIERGE SPECIALISTS up Hispanics just for fun. Mostly the Hispanics would run away after the beatings. This one, an Simplify your weekends – let us handle Ecuadorian, Conroy stabbed to death. The choice the jury faced was either first the details, so you can relax and enjoy. degree pre-mediated murder, murder without pre-meditation which is second degree murder, or manslaughter—he meant harm but the killing just happened anyway—as it was ruled with Oddone.



ka on his ankle was just a joke. Other testimony at the trial was that Conroy had told his friends that night he’d stab a Mexican. The others went along to watch. At the trial, it was learned from forensic experts that Conroy stabbed not once, but twice. Conroy stabbed the chest of Lucero, but the knife hit a rib and went sideways, not entering the chest cavity. Conroy pulled it halfway out and stabbed again and the same thing happened. But this second stab severed an artery. After Conroy pulled out the knife the second time, Lucero, trailing blood, staggered over 100 yards down the block before he collapsed from blood loss. He died an hour later in the hospital. Why all this matters is because of the decision rendered by the jury. It is clear as day, to me anyway, that Conroy intended to kill (continued on page 35)

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Silano’s documentary work repeat a take.” ultimately led him to the Which brought Silano to the lucrative world of TV commerFilmmakers of the Hamptons cials which earned him CLIO Festival in ’75. But an opporand Art Directors Club tunity a decade later estabawards. He also shot industrilished him, literally, as a ‘local’ als, working with a camerac i n e m a t o g r a p h e r. man who specialized in car Writer/director Alan Alda’s races. That work paved the production manager hired way for the racing movie, Last Silano as a cameraman for Sweet Liberty in 1986, starring American Hero. George Silano Michael Caine, Alda, Michelle “We screen tested male actors doing a challenging, five-minute scene— Pfeiffer and Lillian Gish. “The entire production was filmed in and the character making a recording in a booth to send to his mother,” said Silano. “Jeff Bridges got around Sag Harbor for the authentic atmosphere the part. During filming, there was never a time of America in the 19th century,” said Silano. “A when director Lamont Johnson had to ask him to large, open field was needed for some battle

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water survival methods she could get. “We’ve had to put the project off a few days,” she said. “We wanted to be out of here on the 27th of June so we could get to Coney Island for the Fourth of July festivities. But there hasn’t been any publicity. We had a guy who promised that when we got to Montauk, there’d be displays, fireworks, banquets, parades, everything. But now we’re even having trouble getting the escort boat. But in any case, we’re leaving on the first of July, even if the crew has to come in a row boat.” “I certainly don’t want to swim all my life,” she says, “I just want to prove this water survival method.” —New York Mirror 6/28/62 “This is a one drive effort. There’s no way of building towards a seven day swim. A little rest beforehand goes a long way.” —Newsday 6/23/62 “I’m not a great swimmer, maybe above average, but you take Helen Chadwick who swims a mile in 27 minutes. That’s fantastic. She keeps that up for 13 hours. I swim a mile an hour, but with my method, I can keep it up indefinitely.” —New York Mirror 6/28/62

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Southampton Minister’s School in Haiti Reopens By Aline Reynolds With grit and hope, the people of Haiti are picking up the pieces of their ravaged country and trying to get back to normal. Recently, schools in the Port-au-Prince region began opening their doors, three months after the earthquake. Of the some 4,000 schools affected by the quake, only a few hundred held classes last week. Reverend Don Havrilla of Southampton, who runs a Mission School in Haiti, is now stepping in when Haitian children most need him. In 1982, Havrilla and his wife, Eileen, founded Mission Reach Out Haiti, an organization dedicated to educating Haiti youths. The Mission School, run by the Southampton Full Gospel Church, holds classes for students in grades pre-k through 9 and is situated just outside Léogane, which was almost completely destroyed by the January quake. Around Port-au-Prince, Mission School supervisors are using radio, megaphones and portable loud speakers to announce their reopening. Meanwhile, Mission School staff members are going door to door to students’ families in the six nearby communities. “People have a sense of community down there,” Havrilla said. “They sit outside and talk.” Up to 600 students showed up for the school’s one-month reintroduction program that began in early March and ended just before Easter weekend. “Most of it took place in outside tents,” eliminating students’ fear of entering buildings, Havrilla said. The program also involved games, music and art for the students, a stepping-stone to resuming a full schedule of classes. After a disappointing first-week turnout of only 400 kids, the Mission School welcomed 700 of its 1400 students on Monday, after being closed last week due to severe flooding. On a recent trip to Haiti, Havrilla had six of the school’s eight buildings examined by Haitian-American civil engineer Fritz PierreLouis, who found them structurally sound. “It’s a start,” Havrilla said. “We’re in better shape than other schools that were completely destroyed and have no classroom space.” The school will soon begin reconstructing its two damaged buildings with cement block, reinforced steel and corrugated sheet metal. Mission Reach Out Haiti has collected $45,000 of the $250,000 required for these and other renovations. A host of East End churches and community groups, including the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church and Riverhead’s Living Water Full Gospel Church, have made donations ranging from $300 to $1,000. Permanent use of exterior classroom space is not a viable solution. Rather than ask for more tents, school administrators are urging people back into the buildings. “We’re trying to get parents and children to come to meetings so that we can reassure them that these buildings are safe,” Havrilla said. Continuing classes indefinitely in outdoor facilities, Havrilla explained, would only make the children anxious. “How long do you keep them in there?” Havrilla said. “Sooner or later,

they have to get back into buildings and overcome the psychological fear.” In the summer, temperatures soar to 120 degrees, making tents uncomfortable. Though there is no air conditioning in the buildings, “they are better ventilated than tents and don’t absorb as much heat,” Havrilla said. The post-earthquake situation is gradually improving, but health threats persist. Two million Haitians are finding refuge in a tent or tarp, according to an April 5 NBC Nightly News report. And though more and more Haitains have cloth roofs over their heads, they now face the harsh rainy season, known to cause severe flooding. Pooling water can spread cholera and

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The Sheltered Islander We’ve all gotten through another tax season and moved even further into the land of, “Does ANYONE know what the IRS is really doing? And how do they come up with all these rules?” For me, figuring out taxes is like trying to nail Jell-O to a wall. I got different results from TurboTax and TaxAct, why? Who knows? Did you know that the IRS is the only federal agency that does not conduct outside audits? They audit themselves, and they always get a passing grade. At the very least, then, I think there should be some new deductions. Here’s my wish list: Medical injuries incurred while trying to free products made in China from some form of plastic that not even your ginsu knife will cut. As you hacksaw, tear, curse, pry with a butter knife and anything else in sight before you eventually slice your hand. Any rebate that never comes (Epson is the worst offender in my book). The final bill for any utility that we terminated and they failed to get us our final refund/settlement within 30 days of termination. If the utilities are going to be so strict about timely payments, then how about we get timely refunds or we get to deduct the last bill? I don’t suppose anyone will agree with me on this, but I frequently baby sit a toddler. I think I should be able to deduct the duct tape that I use to strap her to the chain link fence at the park for 15 minutes so I can have a drink and perhaps, take a Xanax, or grind a little up for her bottle.

It’s definitely a work-related expense along with any treats I have to get her from the IGA or Fedi’s. On very rare occasion, usually in summer, someone (always a tourist), will cut ahead in the ferry line. I think any front-end damage to your vehicle should be tax deductible as you push that car out of the line. And no charges should be filed against the ferry worker who pulls the driver from the car and beats him while slowly and clearly explaining that unless you have a medical emergency, you wait in line. Not even President Clinton, had he chosen to live on Shelter Island, would be allowed to cut the line. I understand from the old-timers that when Frank Sinatra visited, he couldn’t cut the line either. Here are three universal truths: The sun rises in the east, it sets in the west, and you don’t cut the ferry line on Shelter Island. Someone on some talk show suggested that the government should tax overweight people to help pay for health care, while thin people get a deduction for being height/weight proportionate. Okay, then we tax all the alcoholics, smokers and people who aggravate us, resulting in a need for anti-anxiety meds. Parents of teenagers should get a free pass until those creeps are 18 and can be legally pushed out of the nest. I agree I should buy extra airline seats (well, in my case, I guess I’d have to buy the whole row), but please, if you tax my derriere, the weight of my asset alone will put me up two tax brackets. These are just a few ideas. I have a whole year to cook up more.


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malaria, according to Dr. James Giugliano of Southampton Hospital. “They become breeding grounds for mosquitoes, causing an outbreak of malaria,” he said. In late January, Giugliano joined forces with doctors and nurses assembled by Island Impact Ministries. The group treated 1,200 patients suffering from gangrene, malnutrition and other serious conditions within a week. The Mission School was feeding several hundred community members per day with a limited supply of foods from the Bureau of Nutritional Development (BND), part of the United Nations’ World Food Programme. “Food is very valuable—you always have to be guarded with it,” Havrilla said. Now, its focus is to feed the students. The School is considering keeping its doors open through the summer, but for now the goal is to usher in more students and revamp the grounds. The compound’s four surrounding security walls were rebuilt last week. The school will soon install a front gate and reconstruct its two damaged buildings. “I think things will work out,” Havrilla concluded. “It’s such a traumatic event, it’s just going to take some time.”

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By Dan Rattiner Week of April 23-29, 2010 Riders this week: 6,412 Rider miles this week: 80,001 DOWN IN THE TUBE The location managers from the new NBC sitcom “Beach Lane,” starring Matthew Broderick were down in the subway last Wednesday looking to see if Hampton Subway would be a good location for filming scenes for the show. We said no, and ushered them back up the escalator. ELECTION WON BY ASPINALL! The voting for the election of the new Hampton Subway Commissioner took place last Wednesday. On one side was our present commissioner Bill Aspinall who promised to freeze rider prices for the foreseeable future and to personally shake the hand of anyone who would vote for him. On the other side was the challenger, Agnes Gretch-Bakersfield from Midland, Texas who ran on a platform of fiscal responsibility. She would raise rates, cut services and fire staff to make sure that the perennially unbalanced budget is finally balanced and that our children and children’s children would not have to pay for our sins. In the end, Commissioner Aspinall beat Ms. Gretch-Bakersfield handily, garnering 485 votes out of the 486 cast. (The one for Ms. Gretch-Bakersfield was, it is believed, hers.) In his victory speech, he said he would make good on his pledge to shake the hand of everyone who voted for him. He would be available every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. standing on the front steps of the Hampton Subway HQ building in Hampton Bays and he would shake as many hands as showed up. It would not be this Wednesday however, because he would be in Bermuda for the week and he couldn’t do it the following Wednesday either because he would be in Key West. But after that, he’d be there, schedule permitting and if it isn’t raining. Wednesdays at 9 a.m.

Big and Small Questions from Stony Brook

You’re all world-class soloists. Why spend your lives attached to three other guys? Maybe we could have had solo careers—who knows? But we really come alive as a group. We enjoy the camaraderie for the most part, and sometimes four heads and four hearts are better than one. Beethoven wrote exactly one violin concerto and no viola or cello concerti. We have an embarrassment of riches with his 16 string quartet masterpieces!

When you come home, why not relax with your families, rather than spending hours teaching? The four of us have had amazing teachers like Mstislav Rostropovich, Oscar Shumsky, Lillian Fuchs, Robert Mann, Felix Galimir, Rafael Druian, and Nathan Milstein. Now we’re determined to pass along their knowledge. Another secret? We also learn more about music through our teaching. So it’s a win-win-win situation.

Why do classical musicians get all dolled up to play concerts? Don’t you own street clothes? I guess we feel that by our dressing formally the audience focuses on the music and not on what we’re wearing. We also respect the audience enough to get dressed up. And dressing up makes it more of an event.

What happens when one of you gets sick or injured? Can you just hire a sub? First of all, we never, ever, replace one of us for a performance, and pass that off as the Emerson Quartet. Only the four of us are the Emerson Quartet. In a pinch, we can add a pianist, but invariably our sick colleague will insist on playing the concert. (You’d be amazed at how very few concerts we’ve cancelled over the years.)

If you could change one thing in the world of music, what would that be?

The Emerson String Quartet Four world-applauded performers are happiest playing and teaching at their longtime home: Stony Brook University. Pictured, left to right are Philip Setzer, violin; David Finckel, cello; Eugene Drucker, violin; and Lawrence Dutton, viola.

That’s easy. We’d encourage better music education in the schools. Isn’t it awful that the Arts are the first courses to get killed? For young people, an understanding of classical music and the chance to play it are some of the most positive experiences they can have. That’s why we are so committed to teaching and working with students at Stony Brook.

What are your favorite and least favorite places to play? For our 30th anniversary we played nine concerts in Carnegie Hall. That was a great experience—a real high point. Our least favorite? Any stage that isn’t sold out (joke)! And we don’t much care for outdoor concerts.

Is one of you the designated jokester? I guess that role is passed around pretty much equally. Someone has to keep it light. We take the music and our playing seriously, but not ourselves. Too much.



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SUBWAY EXTENSION MAKES LANDFALL After nearly two years of trying, the extension of the Hampton Subway from Sag Harbor has finally arrived on the shoreline of Connecticut. Interested parties can climb a long ladder down deep into the earth to arrive at the subway tunnel under the ferry stop at New London. At the present time, there is no station at New London. Indeed, the tunnel has only one destination in mind, and that is the Foxwood Gambling Casino deep in the woods of southeastern Connecticut where gamblers from Long Island will soon come by subway to play the numbers or watch the entertainment at this great resort. The tunnel should arrive in the parking garage of the resort sometime this fall. The first Long Islander to set foot in Connecticut was Al McConnell, a blue-collar

worker from Manorville. He had been in Sag Harbor in the morning, aboard the little trolley that takes people out to the workplace. Then, at 3 p.m., covered with soot and dirt, he arrived in his high boots and miner’s helmet in the dank tunnel under the ferry dock, which he had to be told was up there since he was not allowed up there. A microphone from a Mystic radio station was lowered down to him, though. “It’s good to be on Connecticut soil,” he said. “It’s one step through

COMMISSIONER ASPINALL’S MESSAGE A Long Islander has landed on Connecticut soil, well, actually under Connecticut soil. This is a great day for the Hampton Subway and for all East Enders. As I promised, this subway from Sag Harbor will only have one stop in Connecticut and that will be at Foxwoods. Also, those going there will have to show a ticket stub issued here on Long Island, to conductors in Foxwoods in order take the subway back home. No passengers will be allowed coming to Sag Harbor from Connecticut without the return ticket. This spur is just for East Enders to Foxwoods and back. I keep my promises.

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lisher would rent a big mansion down near the beach and, illegally, have a staff publish his newspaper out of it. That’s what I would do anyway. One episode could be how they deal with a challenge from the Town about operating a business out of a home. Makes sense to me. In any case, we have for all these years had such fun running a cockeyed newspaper called Dan’s and we continue to have it. I’ve been thinking in recent years about some of the wilder episodes we’ve been through, and in 2008, I wrote a best-selling Random House memoir called In the Hamptons: My Fifty Years with Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires and Celebrities. That book appears in paperback next month in all bookstores and on A second memoir called In the Hamptons Too:

Further Encounters with Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires and Celebrities appears June 1. It’s more of these wild stories. The first memoir covers the years 1960 to 2008. The second memoir covers the years 1960 to 2010. In the last few issues of this newspaper, we’ve published from our archives old, crazy stories about The Great Ecuadorian Eel that came to terrify the Hamptons during the winters of 1991 and 1992, about the raw meat program (by helicopter) to keep the Man Eating Sharks away from the swimmers every day while the movie Jaws was in the local theatres. In an upcoming issue, we intend to publish the much talked about story warning the public to stay home while the lions let loose in North Haven to deal with the massive deer population had their way




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on that peninsula. Big whoppers such as this do not, by themselves, a TV series make, however. Here are a few memories, none of which made it into either of the books, that might flesh out a TV series. I recall sitting in my second floor office late one afternoon looking out into the back parking lot and noticing my very efficient art director walking out to her car carrying in her arms 10 loose rolls of toilet paper bearing the markings of the ones I had just bought for the bathrooms in the building. What exactly does one do about that? I recall a pre-dawn drive at five in the morning, done at the request of the police, taking one of our delivery vans up to the Long Island Expressway where the huge Mayflower Moving van filled with that week’s newspapers coming fresh from our printer in Long Island City had skidded sideways and then slid over onto its side and unceremoniously left a trail—or smear—of all 70,000 pounds of bundled newspapers on the road. As the sun rose, I found myself knee deep in what I had written, over and over and over. Before we had our offices in Bridgehampton, Dan’s Papers occupied, for four years, the front half of a large carriage house located at the back of the Gay Real Estate Agency next to the East Hampton Post Office. For two years, the back half of this building was occupied by Harry Van Tassel, a furniture maker who used power saws and routers all day, sometimes billowing up clouds of dust behind the door that led to his half, building tables and desks and chairs. He’d appear occasionally, puffs of white emitting from his clothing and wearing a gas mask over his face. On one occasion, using his big industrial power vaccum cleaner, he chased down, at our request, a big bumblebee that was annoying the hell out of us. “Foop” it went, into the vac, when he caught up with it. Then, after 30 seconds, it revived in there, banged around further, and then settled down once again to await developments. For the final two years there, the back half of the carriage house was occupied by painter Michael Wright who, on numerous occasions, painted models posing nude for hours and hours. Hmmmm. His subjects would walk through our half to get to his half wearing bathrobes. We were conjuring up headlines and captions. I wish NBC all the luck in the world with “Beach Lane.” It’s going to be good for TV, for NBC, for the Hamptons, for Dan’s Papers and for me. This is 50 years since I founded this newspaper. We’ll have a big party at the Bridgehampton Community House on July 4 to celebrate that and to celebrate In the Hamptons Too. We’ll have another party on August 21 at Hampton Hall in Southampton, as an art auction to celebrate the artists who have graced our covers for 20 of the first 50 years of Dan’s Papers. And then there is the hour and a half documentary, largely about Dan’s Papers, called King of the Hamptons, filmed and edited by Dennis Lynch (he also stars in it), that will make its appearance this year. It stars Christie Brinkley, Billy Joel, Alec Baldwin, Chevy Chase, Kim Cattrall, Ed Burns, Chuck Scarborough and even Sir Ivan. I went to a private screening of it two nights ago. Catch it when it comes out.

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Mercedes Benz Dealership Bucks the Trend

By T.J. Clemente In the last year, at 575 County Road 39A (on the north side), a big, beautiful building has been elegantly rising, defiant to the trends of the plight of commercial property values across the country. Just recently, the brand Mercedes Benz was affixed to the structure that at first seemed like a luxury building in Dubai. Mercedes Benz is leading the comeback in automotive sales. In fact Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) reported February sales of 15,385 vehicles, an 8.4% improvement over February 2009 and a 24% increase on a year-to-date basis (14,870 passenger cars, light trucks and 515 Sprinter vans are included in this total). On a year-to-date basis (end of February), the company sold 30,543 new vehicles, up 24% when compared to the same time last year, with the U.S.A. recording 442 sales in February 2010—a nearly 60% increase over January 2010. With this positive information as a back drop, Gary Gentile, General Manager of Mercedes Benz of Southampton and a local Long Island fellow (born and raised in Port Jefferson), said he is excited to be able to hopefully move into the new 19,000 square foot facility by the end of May. “It will be great to showcase the product properly,” he said. In a discussion with John Burns, the dealership’s “Principle” owner, the talk centered on how spacious and customer friendly the new facility is going to be. Burns explained that the latest state of the art computers will be in every service station with the goal being to give the Mercedes Benz owner the elite service the best designed cars in the world deserve. The showroom will have space for nine new Mercedes Benz cars with ample room to let the potential buyer view the car in an atmosphere worthy of the investment of safety one will be paying good money to attain. In the height of the season, over 100 new cars will be in inventory for the potential buyer to pick from. Burns explains that this number fluctuates by the seasons but he said the value of the product has always sold the car, even during down economies. The positive sales number nationwide proves that the consumer flocks to quality when making extensive purchases no matter the economic conditions. Also new will be the state of the art waiting lounges for the service customers and family of the buyer are being taken to the next level. Burns said the customer lounge will include extensive luxury furniture with ample seating capacity, High Definition televisions with cable access, along with Wi-Fi for those who always bring their laptops with them. He was very happy that Mercedes Benz of Southampton will be able to provide the comforts too long ignored at other dealerships. The long-range plan is to use the present location of Mercedes Benz of Southampton on Hampton Road as a hub for the marketing of pre-owned cars. The beauty of the Mercedes Benz is that if well maintained they hold their value, safety and comfort for the owner indefinitely. But the buzz is on the opening of the new facility in time for the 2010 season in the Hamptons this summer. The polo matches, the Hamptons Classic, the parades, the art openings and simple drives

to favorite beaches are always just that much more fun in a state of the art Mercedes Benz. If

one is within his means, is there no better way to protect the family then with a car engineered like no other car in the world? “I am thrilled to be able to provide such a facility for our customers,” is how John Burns simply put it. Gary Gentile the G.M., expects the opening to be smooth and special with both men inviting all to come by, kick a few tires and see the new facility as well as the new cars. I have always learned something new about automobiles every time I went into a dealership that had new cars on display. The exact date will be announced, but by late May the newest Mercedes Benz dealership perhaps in the nation will be showing off its new state of the art facility.

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a strait-jacket or a suit of armor. Sure, you make a flashy (if obvious) first impression. But then you’re stuck in the darn thing for the rest of the night, and it’s really, really uncomfortable. Why you can barely move, and a strangled voice inside you keeps gasping ‘H-e-e-lp! Get me out of here!” “A dull meal,” wrote John Lahr of The New Yorker magazine. “If ‘The Addams Family’ bears witness to anything, it’s to a peculiar habit of most Broadway producers: give them a mile and they’ll take an inch.” “Sadly, neither Lane nor his similarly dependable co-star Bebe Neuwirth—a dry, stunning Morticia in a low-cut gown and long black wig— is given much to work with here.” wrote Elsa Gardner of USA Today. And here’s one more. “The hackneyed plot might have been serviceable if there enough

funny jokes in the mix,” wrote Frank Scheck of the Hollywood Reporter. On Saturday afternoon, my wife and I were waiting for the Hampton Jitney between Third and Lexington at 86th Street, and in the gutter, crumpled up, was the front page of a morning newspaper called NY Metro. A headline above the masthead read “Addams Family The Worst.” “Even the trash in the street is slamming this production,” I said. “Do we have to go?” “Yes,” she said. “On the other hand, maybe the show will close by then. If it does that, I’ll get my money back.” “You sure?” “Maybe.” Well, we can always walk out, I suppose. Meanwhile, regardless of whether the show remains open, the home of Tee and Charles

Addams in Sagaponack, now a museum, will be open to the public for the first time on the day we are seeing the Broadway show. This will have happened by the time you read this. The home, lovingly restored as the real Addams Family lived in it in the 1970s and 1980s, is filled with Addams memorabilia including a pet cemetery outside where their dogs are buried, a stuffed mongoose, stuffed birds in cages, many drawings by Addams and a nude painting of Wednesday in nothing but stockings and boots in one of the bathrooms. The house is available for tours from 9 to 5 between April 15 and June 15, and then again from September 15 to November 15, with tours given by H. Kevin Miserocchi and Robert Klosowicz, who are the curators of what is now known as the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation. To learn more, go to



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have put a halt to the project. The demand to cease and desist is in a letter written on April 13 to LIPA’s Senior Vice President of Operations Michael D. Hervey by Kevin Kispert, a NYSDEC Project Manager. Copies of the letter were sent to National Grid, to the DEC Review Team, to some consultants at a firm called AKRF that did the inspection and to Monique Brechter, LIPA’s Director of Environmental Affairs. It reads like a shot across the bow, similar in tone to letters fired off to cease and desist the annual fireworks display at Main Beach on July 4 in East Hampton, because of endangered piping plover birds nesting. Those letters have gone out for each of the last six years and there have been no July 4 fireworks for six years. “The occurrence of Eastern Tiger Salamader (Ambystoma tigrinum) on or adjacent to the proposed project has been documented,” the letter reads. The salamanders live in a wetland approximately 340 feet from the proposed substation. The entire area that is to be cleared for the new LIPA project consists of quality non-breeding habitat (mature upland) for this species. The site could also have individual salamanders inhabiting the immediate area during construction, which could result in the death of these subterranean animals. All of these actions would result in a ‘take’ (decimation) of a listed species. “Article 11 and case law support the Department’s authority to exercise its permit jurisdiction where a ‘take’ will occur, even AFTER the SEQRA review has been completed. “This Department is currently holding the License to Collect and Possess application pending until this matter is finalized.” In other words, not one mini volt of electricity is to pass through those underground wires until they find another location for the substation. Sag Harbor, get out your candles and kerosene lanterns. The endangered Eastern Tiger Salamander strikes again.

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Twentysomething…By David Lion Rattiner Goldman The only word that was on my mind last weekend was the word “Goldman.” The news that Goldman Sachs was being charged with fraud by the S.E.C. sent a shockwave through my spine, mainly because I have some hard earned money in GS stock. How could this be? I thought. But there it was, headline after headline in every major publication, the news that Goldman was being charged with fraud. There goes my portfolio, I thought. And I was having such a fun year in the market. To sum up it up, Goldman is being accused of selling mortgage bonds to foreign investors and falsely marketing them by stating that they were hand selected by an independent manager with experience in Residential Mortgage Backed Securities (RMBS) and synthetic collateralized debt obligations (CDOs, or in other words, mortgage bonds). But in reality these mortgage bonds were hand picked by Paulson and Co., the largest hedge fund in the world, as CDOs that were most likely to go bad. On top of this, Paulson and Co. had a vested interest in selecting the worst possible CDOs, because the firm then bought Credit Default Swaps (which basically is like shorting stock but with mortgages—e.g., you make money when the value goes down) effectively earning Paulson a lot of money as the CDOs went south and also earning the firm the street credit for being a major player on Wall Street to call the mortgage bubble. Paulson called the mortgage crash, bet against mortgages and made a billion dollars as a result. Goldman created the tools for Paulson to do this and lost money for its investors. It’s complicated, but when you think about it, Goldman had no motivation to do anything fraudulent, as they ultimately lost in these deals. So why did they market bad products to investors? They simply didn’t realize at the time, like everybody else except for Paulson and a few other now famous investors (read Vanity Fair’s article on Michael Burry—amazing), that mortgages were going to crash so badly. What sucks for Goldman now, if anything sucks for them since they have so much money, is that they have to choose between the lesser of two evils: looking dumb or looking fraudulent. They definitely, legally and technically, screwed up by marketing to investors that the CDOs selected were by an “independent manager” when in reality it was by Paulson, which had a vested interest in selecting the worst possible ones. But more than anything, they just screwed up in creating an investment that in hindsight was bad, although Goldman nor any other financial firm ever wants to admit that. Goldman as a firm had no financial motivation to put in the words, “independent manager” because they ultimately lost money for themselves and their clients who bought the products. So again, why did Goldman not disclose that Paulson selected the mortgages and that it was shorting them? The one person who had the motivation to keep Paulson’s name off the investments was the guy who was working with that company on the Goldman side. He was happy to put together a financial product for such a large hedge fund and was even happier to sell those

products to Paulson to bet against. The bigger the deals, the bigger the bonus check for this guy, and Paulson was a big fish. He is 31 year-old Fabrice Tourre, who is making headlines for calling himself “The Fabulous Fab” and is looking more and more like the fall guy on this fiasco because he was the one who created the products for Goldman investors to buy and Paulson to short. He should’ve been able to clearly see the conflict of interest. My guess is that guys like him have so much pressure to put deals together and collect fees, he didn’t step back and see the conflict of interest. If he did see it, he didn’t think anybody would notice, because at the time he never thought that the losses on them would be so dramatic.

And so, after all of this, what does this have to do with my Goldman stock? Well, my prediction is that Tourre will get the boot, but I don’t feel sorry for him because he’s got a ton of money. He may also do some jail time. Goldman will get fined, but it won’t destroy their business in any way. They’ll continue to be a money-making machine and long term, the stock will do well. And while some investors may stray from Goldman, the big ones will stay, because other than this incident, Goldman’s reputation is astounding in the investing business. And so, in conclusion, after all of this thought, I have made my decision on what I will do with my current shares of Goldman Sachs. I shall do nothing.

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their way of thinking. As far as their being like that Revolutionary War Tea Party, well, as Sarah Palin would say, “Whatever.” The truth is that not a whole lot separates the Republicans and the Democrats when they come into power. It’s true that the Democrats lean toward helping the poor at the expense of the rich. And it’s true that the Republicans think we ought to help the rich so the money can trickle down to the poor. But it’s a matter of degrees. Beginning right after World War II, President Truman, a Democrat, put in more federal departments and bureaucracies, continuing the trend started by President Franklin Roosevelt. By 1952, when Truman left office, the total percentage of the Gross Domestic Product going to Washington was 25%. Then Dwight Eisenhower, a Republican came into office and he cut away some of the fat and some of the other programs. By the time he was done the percentage of GDP going to government was down to 20%. I bring this figure up from so long ago because since that time, through Kennedy and Nixon and Carter and right up to the present day, that percentage of our GDP has gone up to 25% when the Democrats have been in power, and then back down to 20% when the Republicans have been in power. Under George W. Bush, this percentage dropped to a new post-war low, however. When Bush got there, Clinton was running the government with 25% of the GDP. Bush, in his eight years, dropped it down to 18%.

You can make a good case that with so little funding there were too few bureaucratic shoes on the ground regulating the economy and the environment and a whole lot of other things. I read the other day about a regulatory government agency that was so understaffed during the Bush years, that it simply gave a stamp of approval to whatever it was they were supposed to be regulating. It was a relatively harmless agency. They were empowered to examine new products and issue “Energy Star” stickers to all those newly manufactured products it found to be “green” or sustainable. Someone alerted a Congressman that the outfit was so understaffed that they had been forced to change their mission from examining new products to just giving an “energy star” pat on the back to whoever applied. After all, if they applied, they must be “green,” right? As a test, the Congressman had a friend send in an application which consisted of an electric space heater with a feather duster attached to the front with a piece of Velcro. Bingo. It got the “Energy Star” sticker. The point is that yes, the Democrats have a bigger government than do the Republicans. And yes, they get this largely from higher tax rates on the rich. But it is only 5%. Even five percentage points, however, is a hell of a lot of money. On a Gross Domestic Product of $20 trillion, this is more than one trillion extra dollars going to Washington

every year than otherwise. To put that in perspective, the Republicans were screaming that the new health plan will cost an extra $1 trillion every TEN years. To put it in further perspective, most of the nations of Europe operate with about 40% of GDP going to government. The big shift in how money earned by individual Americans got taxed came in the Reagan years. Before Reagan, the top tax bracket was 83%. After Reagan, it was 38%. The rich—this high tax rate applies only to income above a certain size—suddenly had a big windfall. And they did trickle down some of it, but not all. Here in the Hamptons, until the Reagan years, a playing field among the various factions in this community seemed equally divided as far as clout was concerned between the artists, the locals, the fishermen, the ad people, the garment people, the tourists, the celebrities and the bankers. After Reagan, with all this new money in need of being managed, one group became wealthy beyond all proportion to the others. Nationally, the percentage of all wages paid to bankers rose from 3% of the nation’s total prior to Reagan to nearly 10% today. That is an amazing change. One dollar paid out of every $10 for work done in America goes to bankers. The bankers of course became dominant. They are dominant here in the Hamptons today because of this, and because (continued on page 35)

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Jules Feiffer: Backing into Forward

regards this late career as one of the many instances in which he has happened upon a good thing, “backed into forward.” Most recently he illustrated the book Which Puppy, written by his eldest daughter Kate Feiffer. Rare is the book that differentiates between “red and hot pink”. Backing into Forward is also something of a social history of American Communism. Feiffer was not called to testify during the McCarthy Witchhunt Trials, but many of his friends and colleagues were. Feiffer shares what he planned to say, had he been called before the committee and asked if he was or ever had been a member of the Communist Party: “Yes, Mr.

Chairman, I was a member of the Communist Party. And you, sir, were the head of my cell.” Feiffer served in the army during the Korean War years. His antics while in uniform provide some of the most hilarious moments in the book. He and his buddy Harry Hamburg (his real name) were able to skip all of Basic Training by instead painting garish designs on their superiors’ helmet liners. War is hell, sometimes they had to substitute shellac for lacquer. Feiffer’s experiences in the service inspired his first satire, Munro, a book of cartoons for adults about a four-year-old boy who is accidentally inducted into the army. The military refuses to admit their mistake, holding Munro up as a “model soldier.” It took Feiffer six years to find a publisher. The animated version of the book won the 1961 Oscar. It was the Vietnam Conflict that made Feiffer a hero. In 1961 he was one of the very first to travel to colleges to speak out against sending Americans to die in Vietnam. He has continued to rail against violence and injustice through his cartoons, books, plays, screen plays – with humor. His other main topic has been the foibles and folly of the war between the sexes. (continued on page 35)

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By Stacy Dermont Pulitzer-winning cartoonist and Stony Brook Southampton professor, Jules Feiffer, released his long-awaited memoir Backing Into Forward last month, published by Doubleday. When you read a good memoir you identify with the teller and root for his or her success. When you are reading a great memoir, you become the teller. Even when Jules Feiffer was an unemployed 24 year old virgin flirting with alcoholism, I was delighted to be Jules Feiffer. In addition to 440 pages of witty and soul-baring text, this book contains the requisite family photos, including a shot titled “Bar mitzvah boy” that depicts Feiffer holding the Torah as if it is a smelly cheese. There are also, naturally, cartoons and drawings and comics. Feiffer uses these illustrations to underscore what aspects of American society he was lampooning when. For over 60 years no one has been safe from his pen, but he points out that, unlike Mad magazine, he did take sides. Feiffer is best known for his self-titled comic strip “Feiffer” which ran for 42 years, from 1956 to 1998, in The Village Voice. The strip was syndicated in over 100 newspapers worldwide. Feiffer also enjoys a following of young readers as fatherhood has led him to writing and illustrating childrens books. He

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Q1 Numbers are IN, and They’re GOOD By T.J. Clemente, with David Rattiner The ever-conflicting reports on housing starts, home prices, home sales and new low mortgage rates are always a bit confusing. While Congress grapples with ways to jump start the economy and with unemployment flirting nationally with that dramatic 10% figure, one had to take pause with the report that Corcoran Group had just set a new rental record in the Hamptons. “Sandcastle,” a 31,000 square-foot cottage in Bridgehampton, rented for a mere $500,000 for the first two weeks of July, translating to about $35,000 a day. Holy Commission! And at the heels of that event, the 2010 First Quarter numbers are in from Corcoran Group and Town & Country Real Estate. All things considered, it’s not so shabby. Corcoran’s report stated that the Hamptons experienced a significant 124% increase in residential unit sales in the Q1 versus the same period a year ago; a 46% increase in median home price and a 155% increase in sales volume. The report states, “Inventory continues to increase as positive market conditions convince sellers that the time is right to list.” Comparing Q1 2010 with Q1 2009, showed that in Amagansett, activity was up with 19 homes selling in the first quarter as opposed only 7 in 2009—an increase of 171%. The median price dropped by 59%, from $3.1M to $1.58M. An insider said the figures were misleading. “It means a larger cross section of homes are selling, not just the trophies. It’s is a great development.” In fact the overall Hamptons 2010 Q1 sales

were up 124%, with 466 sales (from Westhampton/Quogue including Shelter Island all the way out to Montauk). And how’s this for a positive turn of numbers—in Wainscott, Q1 sales were up 2,600%, with 27 in 2010 compared to ONE the year before. The least increase was in Montauk, at a respectable 44% increase (23 this year compared to 16 in ’09). On the North Fork, there were 108 sales, as opposed to must 61 in 2009. On the South Fork the median price rose a healthy 46% to $950,000 from $650,000 Q1, 2009. On the North Fork the increase was a more modest 8%, with the 2010 Q1 median at $439,000 from $405,000 in 2009. The residential luxury market is defined as the top 10% of all residential sales made. On the South Fork the increase in median price in the luxury market was up a healthy 10%, with the median sale number at $5.8 million. Total sales of vacant land on the South Fork, regardless of zoning, was up 200% with the number at $75.7 million. On the North Fork, vacant land sales were down by 15% to an anemic total of $180,000. Oddly, luxury home sales on the North Fork were up 83% in total sales but down 30% in median sales during that period. The commercial property situation, perhaps mirroring the nation as a whole, was not as positive according to the Corcoran Group’s numbers. On the South Fork the sales were down 89% to only a gross Q1 total of $4.515 million (in Q1 of 2009 the total sales number was $42.396 million). On the North Fork there were ZERO sales

of commercial properties as opposed to $3.25 million in Q1 of ‘09. The Corcoran Group Q1 report concludes, “Steadily increasing sales volume in the first quarter shows encouraging signs of the improving market as we enter 2010.” Town & Country’s quarterly report this week was also a testimony that all signs are positive in real estate. All 11 markets monitored by Town & Country saw increases in the number of home sales. The sleepy village of Shelter Island was the leading story, with a 1300% increase in the number of home sales, from 1 home sale to 14 home sales. In all Hamptons Markets combined, the number of home sales according to T&C rose 175% from 106 in 2009 to 292 in 2010. Also encouraging, this is a higher number than 2008 of the same quarter of 287—post crash. Total home sales volume increased 251% from $153.6M in 2009 to $539M in 2010. On the North Fork, more positive news was reported by Town & Country. The firm reported an increased in sales appointments, O&A’s and contracts. All four North Fork Markets show significant gains in the number of home sales except Orient, which remained unchanged with 9 homes sold. In Mattituck, the greatest increase was shown with a 64% increase of 18 homes sold compared to 11 in 2009. Looking at all North Fork markets combined, the number of homes sold increased a total of 26% while the home sales volume increased 28% and the median home sales price rose 15.5%.

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Michael & Marvin Cane to Terry Jacobs, 3 Pony Ramble, 1,578,000

Daniel Hedges II LLC to George Gavalas, Daniels Way, 4,500,000

Vista Center Associates Ltd to Charlotte L Beers, 148 Georgica Road, 4,737,000

Linda & David Dakers to 183 Daniels Lane LLC, 183 Daniels Lane, 4,250,000

Barry A Bistrian to CBP Family LLC, 137 Newtown Lane, 1,450,000


Elise Orenstein to Michael & Anne Prokop, 44 Whipporwill Lane, 1,100,000

MONTAUK Arthur Rosenberg to Eva R Kaplan, 475 Old Montauk Hwy., 1,500,000


Wolffer Estate Holding II LLC to CW Legacy LLC, Sunrise Highway, 1,100,000

Richard Fullam to David Smail, 22 Scrimshaw Drive, 1,520,000


Estate of Fred Howard to Joyce & Gilbert Beldengreen, 17 Elishas Path, 2,100,000



Thomas Ryan to Terence & Jennifer O'Grady, 1918 Montauk Hwy., 820,000

James & Kathleen Caridi to Gary & Judith Clare, 4 Forecastle Ln., 785,000


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Beatrice R Marcks to Keith & Amanda Carter, 79 Jessup Avenue, 721,000



Bischoff Family Trust to Shannon Goldman, 2650 Nassau Point Road, 628,000

Joseph J Snellenburg to Aurora Loan Services, 57 Bay View Drive West, 596,392


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EAST MARION Thomas & Patricia Clarke to Gordon J Haas, 275 Marina Lane, 592,500


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of the fact that Wall Street happens to be in New York City. I don’t mean to suggest even for a minute that Wall Street was responsible for the huge crash this country took two years ago. It’s just that when a great proportion of the nation’s wealth comes into the hands of a few smart people who can find creative and legal ways around certain regulations and can survive scrutiny because there are not enough shoes on the ground in the regulatory agencies to notice, it exacerbates everything. Think Bernie Madoff. How we will find our way back to normalcy from here I do not know. There may be a new normalcy. But it was refreshing to learn the other day of some very wealthy people who have now created a new organization called “Tax Me More.” They will not mind seeing the percentage of GDP rising from 20% to 25% for the government as they help out the least able among us in this hard time. They will not run away to Switzerland or Italy to hoard their riches now threatened. They will, as Gates and Buffet have done, give what they don’t need back. “If you have $40 million in income in a year, and you might be taxed an extra $4 million to help everyone get through this,” one of these TTM people said, “I’m all for it.” We need Wall Street. And the morality there is Make Money No Matter What. But we need to regulate it or Dog Eat Dog means they eat one another until the only one left standing is, um, Goldman Sachs.


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Lucero. He did succeed at that, in my opinion, though he did a poor job of it. But the jury, composed of 10 whites, one Hispanic and one Black, gave Conroy the benefit of the doubt. The knife hadn’t entered the chest cavity. Therefore, although this was indeed a hate crime, it was just manslaughter! Conroy faces the same 8 to 25 years in jail that Oddone faced. If the judge is lenient, Conroy could be back on the street in 5 years. Everybody seems to think this is perfectly okay. Rev. Dwight Wolter, pastor of a church in Patchogue said after the verdict, “This says, if you think you’re going to get away with this kind of stuff, you’re going to be seriously wrong.” The Mayor of Patchogue, Paul Pontieri said, “This is not going to be tolerated in this community.” Prosecutor Megan O’Donnell was not so sure. She said, “With the evidence in this case, it could have gone either way.” Defense attorney William Keahon said, “Sometimes young men and women are convicted of crimes they did not commit.” He vowed to appeal. And Joselo Lucero, the brother of the victim, said, very weirdly in my opinion, “The hunting season is over, at least for now. We are Spanish, but are not animals.” People hunting “Mexicans,” according to Lucero’s brother, will stop for a while, perhaps for one year or for five, then resume? What a thing to say!


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I studied with Feiffer at Southampton College about 10 years ago. As cynical and dark as the students were all trying to be, we inevitably took turns saying, “That Jules is a real jewel,”, followed by a sigh and a solemn pause. At that time the students and faculty were impressed that a man in his early 70’s “still had it.” I was floored to read that this intelligent, talented man suffered from a learning disability. That he scraped by in grade school and never went to college was a revelation. His family had very low expectations for their only son— though his father sometimes taunted that Feiffer would only be a really successful cartoonist when his work ran in The New York Times. The New York Times did not run comics, not until 1998, when Feiffer became its one and only resident cartoonist. Nowadays our culture is starting to recognize that differently-abled people are exactly that, that they have gifts that neurotypical people lack. Feiffer says that the comics of his youth “transported me out of real life into a totally impossible fantasy reality that I bought as a metaphor for my future”. Then he made that fantastic future happen for himself and his readers. Feiffer titled his class at Southampton College is “Humor and Truth.” Now he’s written the book on those subjects. If you’ve ever rooted for an underdog, or been an underdog yourself or if you’ve ever picked on an underdog, you will revel in the humor and truth of this book.

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Life S tyle Raving Beauty

By Janet Flora

Elizabeth Arden Takes The Bronze

With temperatures rising, daffodils and forsythia blooming and grass greening you may be thinking of baring more skin. But after a long, snowy winter and a soggy March your skin might be looking and feeling shriveled and pasty. To go for the bronze consider Elizabeth Arden’s New Pure Finish Mineral Tinted Moisturizer SPF 15, ($30), and their New Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder available in Medium ($35). Whether you’re trying Arden for the first time, or taking a second look at the company who is celebrating its 100th anniversary there are products that will not only get you bronze, but do so with a soft, subtle, natural glow. To get your bronze, first brighten and even out your skin tone with Pure Finish Mineral Tinted Moisturizer. It’s available in four shades: fair, light, medium, and deep, so you can get the perfect match for your skin tone. The moisturizer is ideal to use alone or under a blush, or a mineral powder. But if you want to really go for the bronze use the bronzing powder over the moisturizer. After applying the tinted moisturizer, grind just the right amount of bronzer from the dispenser to get the freshest amount of product needed to give your skin a glow. The bronzing powder is oil-free, fragrance free, talc-free, and comes with its own mini folding kabuki brush. After sweeping the brush into the product shake off the excess onto a tissue, then brush the bronzer on to your

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Do you think spring is agency on the East End. really here? I know it is… Store hours are 11 a.m. to 6 but don’t plant yet, the rule p.m. For info: 631-329-4398. of thumb says right after Look for men and Mother’s Day, it works. So women’s cashmere on sale while we are waiting to at J. Crew, 14 Main Street, plant, let’s shop! East Hampton. In the mix Main Street are some good basic knits Sweets/Ben & Jerry’s that will make you look just Main Street, Westhampton smashing for any occasion. Beach is offering their new IN MONTAUK, @ items for spring. In the GOSSMAN’S DOCK: candy department, ‘Barbi Spring has arrived in The Retreate Boutique Giant Pez’ has just arrived. Montauk. The shops are The Ben and Jerry’s scoop shop is offering three coming to life, getting ready for the summer crowds. new 2010 flavors, Milk & Cookies, Peanut Brittle Homeport, The Main Room is bringing in a new and Chocolate Chip. So when you’re strolling stop collection of pictures and an expanded furniture by and say hi to Kenny Schnabel. Call 631-288-5753 line that captures the spirit of Montauk. for more info and store hours. Additionally the growing line of jewelry brings in The Carpet Man, 633 County Road 39A, new designers such as Caroline Pate. The Garden Southampton is having its “First Ever Trunk Sale” has lots of decorative flowers turning the side room from April 23 - May 3, 9 a.m., featuring hundreds of into a mock flower market, mixed with great garden antique hand-knotted rugs on sale for up to 40% off. pieces, fun country kitchen items and accessories. Look for from 10% to 40% off on all remnants, stock, The White Room offers a great range of house wares carpet rolls, lino and wood floors in stock, free delivand pictures that capture a vintage Montauk feelery from Westhampton to Montauk. For info: 631ing. 283-0885. Pier Group - update your wardrobe, this is one of The Retreat Boutique, the thrift shop that’s the best men’s clothing store on the East End where been so successful in the Bridgehampton Commons you’ll find a terrific mix from Polo to Tommy this past year, has moved to a new location in a Bahama and True Grit in fabrics that are comfy, much larger space, opposite TJ Maxx. As always, durable and stylish. Capt. Kid has added a pirate’s there are incredible bargains in furniture, furnishcove to the back of the shop for kids of all ages. They ings, housewares, silverware, men and women’s have brought back some great dress-up pieces and clothing, handbags, jewelry, accessories and more. continues to carry an overall line of kids clothing, All proceeds go to the shelter and programs sponkites, water toys, board and beach games, trains, sored by The Retreat, the only domestic violence planes and automobiles. Fish City/I Love


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Earthly Delights

By April Gonzales

The Amazing Longhouse Reserve to Open May 1

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I attended the wildly popular bamboo workshop at Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton last week. In just one hour, the fabulous speaker, David Flanagan, gave us an overview of many different types of Japanese and Chinese bamboo fencing styles with instructions on how to make them. He then rounded up the overflowing crowd in the Longhouse gallery and took them outside to make a fence of our own. To say that people were actively engaged would be an understatement. Jeff Negron brought his bamboo splitting tools that resemble apple slicers and helped the crowd understand the process in a little greater detail – he’d been building about 400’ of bamboo fences all winter at Bridge Trust Gardens in Bridgehampton. The fruits of his labors can be seen along the length of Mitchell Lane. During the practical part of the workshop, Flanagan made it look easy, and with a happy group of participants, the fence quickly took shape amidst sawing, splitting and stacking bamboo – some cut from Longhouse grounds, some large bamboo bought for the occasion. Jim Zajac took a finely toothed saw in hand and cut angles at the ends of the fence posts for a more elegant look, several ladies split bamboo lengthwise and all took part in securing and knot tying. But I confess that I allowed the others to have the fun while I slipped off to take a sneak peak at the gardens, which are opening up on May 1. Armed with a new camera, I found ample things to marvel at and photograph. I was particularly taken with the blue glass reeds against the large pink magnolia in full flower, but I urge you to go and find your own favorite

view, which may depend on the season or the weather. I love the beginning of spring when plants start to emerge from the ground and are deep red or resemble squirrel paws before they flush out and become leafy and green. The delicacy of the new red maple leaves dangling from the branch amazes me more than the abundant bold flowers of the magnolias. Watching things unfurl and unfold are easy to do in this large and varied garden. Jack Larsen and his staff are experimenting as always with new materials and ideas – feel free to go have a look and borrow some of their techniques. They also make changes in the garden as it grows, culling out old ideas and replacing them with the

new. Oaks were felled in one section allowing more sunlight to reach into the garden below. A rhododendron allee was added under the white pines that lead away from the elephant balancing on his trunk. I found multi colored crushed glass around the rhubarb which Bonifacio, the head gardener, tells me is to keep the slugs away. I have seen similar tumbled mixtures touted as mulch in trade shows but this glass has a slight edge left on it to keep the slimy marauders away from the tender young shoots. This would work with hostas too, but you would definitely need some gloves while cultivating. The remainder of a wine making process (crushed grapes, seeds and skins) has been laid down as a mulch in some areas with no ground cover. Under the cinnamon colored stems of the crepe myrtle or surrounding the bold blue of Brunneras and Pulmonarias, this almost black mulch makes these colors pop out very strongly. I like the contrast and boldness of it, but there may be an attraction to bees inherent in the grape’s sweetness that not all will care for. Opening day is just the beginning of events and art works of interest at Longhouse. Permanent collection artwork is always being re-organized within the garden, new bronze and ceramic sculptures will grace the grounds for the May first celebration. The well received “On and Off the Ground” container show follows in June for its third year. Throughout this coming season Long House Reserve offers guided walks around the garden, lectures on ceramics and tours to other gardens all of which is open to the general public. But judging by the bamboo workshop it may be best to make your plans in advance.

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So you want to buy an awesome boat? Well, there is a business in Aquebogue known as Larry’s Lighthouse Marina that can cover you should you want to buy one of the most technologically and critically acclaimed power boats on the market that just came out this year. The marina is an official dealer for EdgeWater boats, one of the best powerboat brands in the world, and the company is introducing an all-new model known as the 335 Express. EdgeWater officially entered the wide-beam 30-plus express cabin boat market with the new model. Designed to run and perform with twin engines only, the 335 Express can be equipped with twin Yamaha F-350 four-stroke outboards for reliable, fuel-efficient power. Through a combination of advanced technology and thoughtful design, the new 335EX is EdgeWater’s most versatile and comfortable model they have ever produced

according to a letter issued by the company. The cabin on this boat sleeps six people comfortably, and offers a stand-up head, plenty of storage space and all of the goodies that have made this company so famous and so well liked. Larry’s Lighthouse Marina is extremely proud to be offering such a boat to people on Long Island, and is an exclusive dealer to do so, offering everything for the boats and mechanics who specialize with the brand. The marina is known for feeling like a resort, and has been run by Alex Galasso of the Galasso family, the family who has run it for two generations. The big difference between EdgeWater and other boats is that they are built with a technology known as Single Piece Infusion construction. The 335 EX’s unsinkable deep-V hull utilizes reliable Yamaha power to safely extend its range well beyond any comparable express. The fiberglass on these models are

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AUTO&Marine By David Lion Rattiner When Mark Wahlberg, Ed Burns and Patrick Dempsey need to get their cars ready for the summer, they call Ryan Pilla at Car Doctor World off Scuttle Hole Road in Water Mill. Pilla and automobiles are one in the same. They are his passion, his life’s work and his business. At Car Doctor World, he has created a shop that is truly first class, with every detail customized and thought about, right down to the couch made out of a classic Corvette in his waiting lounge. He’s so into cars and so knowledgeable about them, that when you are around him, you can’t help but fall back in love with your vehicle. After my interview with him, I found myself checking the oil on my Pontiac Vibe and vacuuming the interior. Pilla’s shop, although no more expensive than your average dealer’s shop, offers an experience and a service that is remarkable. If you get your oil changed at the Car Doctor, you can sit down in an amazing auto-themed lounge, at a brand new bar, complete with leather covered, red stools, and have an espresso and watch television on the flat screen television while you wait. As I sat in the lounge area talking with him, I was amazed, as everybody else is that goes through it. It’s like the Walt Disney World of auto lounges. Everything in the lounge area is made from an exotic car part or car oriented. He made a 57 Corvette and a 65 Cobra, signed by Shelby Cobra, into a couch. Across the walls are incredible wall wraps created by a company called Garage Wall Wraps with old school racing photos that wrap around. There are photos of the old Bridgehampton racing days, Porsche races and others as well as a European fireplace that adds to the flavor of it all. “Basically we’re trying to make this an amazing place for cars, but also a fun place. People can come here and get their car worked on, but they can also enjoy the full luxury motor sports experience, no matter what kind of car they have.” “Our clients are more involved than other shops. I encourage clients to look under the hood with me so they can see how everything works and how it can be repaired or improved. We really involve the customer in the experience of caring about their vehicle,” Pilla told me. While touring his auto shop, he explained how he got into cars, which are very much in his blood. “My Dad was a test driver for Jaguar in the 60s. I was the guy that was basically picked up from school in a different car every day because my Dad was a car nut. He owned a lot of different dealerships, including Ferrari and Lotus, so it was always funny growing up, everybody would wonder what kind of car Mr. Pilla would be showing up in. He was my mentor, my car guy and my soccer coach. When I was a kid I just always wanted to make things go faster, I can remember when we first got a lawnmower, my first thought was I got to make this thing go faster. By the age of thirteen I was building racing engines and never looked back.” We walked back into his parking lot where he showed me several cars he was working on. Among

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them was a Jeep Wranger with a soft top that he customized so the soft top could come off like a convertible, instead of having to unzip everything. Another car was a Lamborghini that looked like a Batmobile. And another car was an old Buick Roadmaster (yes he’s not just a luxury car guy) that he was converting into a beach vehicle.

He then took me through a trailer filled with racecars, all of which are used for clients who want to race them on a racetrack, complete with instant helmet communication and speeds of over 150 miles per hour. He calls this side of his business “Turn Key Drive USA,” a customer can literally spend the day as a racecar driver. Very, very, very, cool. Besides his local customers, Car Doctor World preps show cars for Las Vegas events and other events all over the United States. Every week a car is delivered to Pilla to be worked on. Last year, Bugatti called him to prep their cars for a show in East Hampton, Bugatti vehicles are worth over a million dollars. But whether you have a Ferrari or a Ford Focus, you will get treated the same way, with the prices at Car Doctor World the same as any other auto shop. As I spent my time there, it was hard not to imagine the shop as its own reality television show. When I ran that by Pilla he laughed, “I’ve certainly thought about it.” I left the shop, but not after having a nail removed from a tire on my car. While waiting, I checked the websites (the company that did the amazing picture walls in his shop) and to check out some of the racing videos of Pilla and his customers. Car Doctor World is easy to recommend. For more information you can call Car Doctor World at 631537-1548 or visit They are located in Water Mill off of Scuttle Hole Road.

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House/ home

By Susan Galardi

Some friends of mine in New Jersey send their sons to the local Catholic school. Last year, one of the boys was preparing for his First Communion. The school arranges for the children to have a one-on-one meetings with the church pastor who administers the sacrament. The parents agreed to the meeting, as long as the Dad could sit quietly in the office. Why? He didn’t want his son alone with a priest. With new developments and accusations against the Vatican and Pope Benedict XVI for reinstating a priest who was a confirmed pedophile while the pope was a cardinal in Germany, among other events, it’s understandable that parents are being hyper protective of their children. I recently wrote in this column about being specific with children about the “safe” people in their lives – that even if they know the deliveryman’s first name, they do not know HIM and shouldn’t get in his car. But pedophiles complicate that situation for many reasons. About 50% of child victimizers in state prisons reported having a relationship with the victim as a friend, acquaintance or relative. Only 14% reported the victim to have been a stranger. (Sadly, a third had committed the crime against their own child.) The church scandal adds another layer of complication. How do you teach children to respect authority – particularly religious authority, men in the service of God and goodness – while explaining why you must chaperone their meetings with the priest? The Vatican has provided explanations and excuses – most of which have been unsatisfactory to most Catholics until last Sunday when the pope met with

Protect Kids by Knowing the Facts

victims in Malta and promised to protect children moving forward. Others within the church have twisted the facts about the abuses, as well as tried to distract the public from the real issues by spreading inaccurate information about pedophilia and sexual abuse of children. While Christians believe that we are all children of God, some might say the Vatican has done a poor job of protecting its own children. So, as in any situation, the onus is on us as parents to keep our children safe. Supplying them with age-appropriate information is the place to start. But first we have to educate ourselves with the facts and truth about this horrible topic. Following is some current information, based on studies and professionals in the field. First, the definition of a pedophile is an adult who is sexually attracted to children. Pedophilia is not about the victim’s gender – it’s about age. “The biggest misunderstanding is that pedophilia and homosexuality are one and the same,” said James Hord, a psychologist who treats sexually abused children. “Pedophiles are attracted to children, not to men nor women. A man attracted to other adult males is a homosexual. A man sexually attracted to male children is a pedophile.” Gregory M. Herek, a Doctor of Psychology at the University of California Davis, provides this insight: “Many child molesters are not really capable of a mature sexual relationship with an adult.” Other misinformation has been that a priest’s very vows make him “prone” to pedophilia. One psychologist specializing in the topic said, “Celibacy isn’t the

reason priests prey on children. Sexual attraction to children and sexual gratification from children, are the reasons.” Here are some general characteristics of pedophiles: The overwhelming majority are male, masculine, more religious than average, over 30, and in careers allowing them greater access to children. They tend to have few friends their own age group. They are usually family men; no criminal record. Even though they often have difficulty with interpersonal relationships, 50% get married. They often date or marry women with children that are the age of his preferred victims. Female pedophilia, very rare, is usually a result of partnering with an adult male pedophile. Pedophiles prefer child-like activities and hobbies to adult oriented activities. Pedophiles will often refer to children in pure terms with words like innocent, heavenly, angelic or divine. They often seek out shy, handicapped or withdrawn children, or those from troubled or underprivileged homes, lavishing them with attention/gifts. Pedophiles are diligent about stalking their targets, and patient in the development of relationships. Sexual activity between pedophiles and their victims are rarely forced. The following websites provide details on the profile and practices of pedophiles, as well as child safety information:;,, and (search: profile of a pedophile on all sites).

Kid’s Calendar FRIDAY, APRIL 23 BALLET: THE 3 SISTERS AND THE MAGIC DOLL SHOP - 7:30, Presented by the Hampton Ballet Theatre Shcool. John Drew Theatre, Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton. $20/adults, $15/children under 12. for Info, 631237-4810; or email PLAY GROUP – 9:30 a.m. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, East Union St., Sag Harbor 631-725-4193 KIDS KNEAD CHALLAH – Challah bread-making, songs, Kiddush juice-making, and raffle. 5:30 p.m. Free. Chabad of Southampton, 214 Hill St. 631-287-2249 MONTAUK PLAYHOUSE – Youth program for grades 9 through 12. 7 to 9 p.m., located at 240 Edgemere Street, Mtk. 631-668-1124. SATURDAY, APRIL 24 BALLET: THE 3 SISTERS AND THE MAGIC DOLL SHOP - 7:30; See Friday listing for information. NATIONAL DAY OF PUPPETRY PARADE – 11a.m., Goat on a Boat Theatre. See Fri. PlayGroup for contact info. CHILDREN’S ART WORKSHOP – for ages 6-12, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. $20. Golden Eagle, 14 Gingerbread Lane, E. Hampton. For info: 631-324-0603 HOOPS FOR HISTORY- 6:30p.m., East End All Stars vs. Harlem Magicmakers half time show, gift raffle, Southampton High School, 141 Narrow Lane, Southampton, $10/$12, 631-287-4923. MONTAUK PLAYHOUSE – Skills and drills basketball 10:30 - 11 a.m. for grades K-1; and 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for grades 2-3. Youth sports night 6 - 7:30 p.m. for grades 3 and 4; and 7:30 - 9 p.m. for grades 5 to 8. 240 Edgemere Street, Montauk 631-668-1124 MOVIE NIGHT AT THE ROSS SCHOOL – Pizza, popcorn and refreshments served. $25 per child. 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton. 631-329-0050 SUNDAY, APRIL 25 BALLET: THE 3 SISTERS AND THE MAGIC DOLL SHOP - 2:00; See Friday listing for information. EAST END YOUTH FELLOWSHIP – 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. every Sunday at different Sag Harbor locations.

631-725-4155 NAME THE BABY PENGUIN CONTEST – Vote for your choice of “Baby”, “Pam” or “Pebbles”. Many prizes awarded to entrants. The winning name will be announced at the Mothers Day Brunch on May 9, Atlantis Marine World., 631-208-9200 ext. H2O MONDAY, APRIL 26 PLAY GROUP – see April 23 CHESS FOR BEGINNERS – 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. for children 5-9, Ross Lower School, 739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton. Through June 7, 2010. 631-907-5555. MARTIAL ARTS – 3:30p.m., ages 4-6, Mondays and/or Wednesdays through June, Ross Lower School, 739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, KAMADEVA ‘KIDYASA’ YOGA – 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. for children 6 to 10 at Kama Deva Yoga, 66 Newtown Lane, 2 Floor, East Hampton. $18 drop-in/ $120 for 10 class card 631-604-1382 AFTER SCHOOL TODDLER PROGRAMS – Registration required: call 631-283-2118, ext. 30. The Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Lane in Southampton. TUESDAY, APRIL 27 PRESCHOOL YOGA – 1:30p.m. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, See Fri. PlayGroup for contact info. CLAY NATURE & RECYCLING ART – 3:20p.m., ages 6-9, through June 8, Ross Lower School, 739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, “TUESDAY WITH TEENS” – 4 - 5p.m. Ages 11 and up. Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 631-283-0774 ART OF LIFE CHILDREN’S CLASSES – 4 to 5 p.m. every Tue./Wed./Thu. Amy’s Ark Studio and Farm, 10 Hollow Lane, Westhampton 631 288-3587 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 TUMBLE TOTS – for ages 11/2 -31/2, Quogue Library, 90 Quogue St., Quogue through April 28, 631-653-4224 YOGA – 6-7p.m. ages 11 & up, Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Cooper Farm Road, SH. 631-283-0774

ART OF LIFE CLASSES – see April 27 THURSDAY, APRIL 29 PLAY GROUP – see April 26 MATH MYSTERIES WITH MITCH – for children 8 and up, 2p.m. Hampton Library, 2478 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. Register at 631-537-0015 POETRY CAFÉ – 6:30p.m., Hayground School, 151 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, RHYME TIME – 10a.m. for ages 1-3, Hampton Library, 2478 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, through Aril 29, 631-537-0015, FOUNDATIONS I & II – 3:30p.m. to 5 p.m. for grades 9-12, through June 30, Registration required. L’atelier 5 Art Studio, 1391 North Sea Road, Southampton, 631-259-3898. FRIDAY, APRIL 30 TOT ART – 10:30 a.m. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, East Union St., Sag Harbor 631-725-4193 “PIXIE PLAY” 10:30 – 11:30a.m. for ages 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 years and their caregivers, Quogue Library, 90 Quogue Street, Quogue. 631-653-4224, KEYBOARD FOR BEGINNERS – for first and second graders, Ross Lower School, 739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton through May 21, 631-907-5555 ONGOING CMEE – Children’s Museum of the East End. Interactive exhibits, arts and science-based programs, workshops, special events. 376 Bridge/Sag Turnpike, Bridgehampton. $7 for non-members/members free. 631-537-8250 .

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Food / Dining

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Sustainably Delicious In Sustainably Delicious: Making the World a Better Place, One Recipe at a Time, Rodale, 2010, with foreword by Nell Newman; chef, best-selling author, restaurateur and Wholesome Wave Foundation founder Michel Nischan celebrates the growing interest in local, sustainable and organically grown foods. To introduce the reader, Nischan offers sage advice expanding on the sustainable theme— “Sustainable You” takes you on a personal journey of sustainability, to diversify your food selections and to get to know local farmers and support them. In “Sustainable Shopping” Nischan shares his delight in the growth of farmers markets and farm stands, and how to supplement our forays to the supermarket to make the right choices. “The Sustainable Kitchen” contains valuable information on sensible habits such as recycling, composting, cutting down on paper products by using cloth napkins and towels, cleaning counters with natural products such as vinegar or lemon juice, running a full dishwasher, and even how to keep your refrigerator in good running order. In “The Sustainable Family” Nischan writes, “In my experience, when my kids help in the garden or the kitchen, they are far more inclined to try new foods and unfamiliar dishes.” This is a fine concept for working together and to live more sustainably as a family. In “The Sustainable Community,” Nischan delights in hav-

ing friends and neighbors prepare farm-to-table dishes and having a kind of old-fashioned block party, giving everyone, adults and kids alike a sense of community. Finally there is “The Sustainable Pantry,” wherein he champions cooking ahead, and if possible with another member of the family, to prepare your own ‘convenience foods’ or “large quantities of stock to freeze for soups, braises and sauces.” Nischan presents over 100 mouthwatering recipes covering an amazing number of savory breakfast dishes, appetizers and soups, a salad with quince pear and goat cheese that I can’t wait to try in season, the delectable fish, poultry and meat dishes along with stunning color photography throughout this handsome book. SPICY EGGPLANT Chef Nischan especially likes this dish served alongside meat and poultry. Makes about 2 quarts 3 red, yellow and orange bell peppers, seeded, membranes discarded 1 jalapeno chili pepper, seeded (wear plastic gloves when handling 1 hot red cherry pepper, seeded (wear plastic gloves when handling) 1 large tomato, halved 1 red onion

1 Black Beauty eggplant 1 small white Asian eggplant 1/4 cup olive oil 2 cups chopped kale, 2 large leaves, ribs trimmed Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Finely grated zest and juice of 1 lemon Julienne the bell peppers, chili pepper and cherry pepper. Cut the tomato halves into 1/2 cubes. Slice the onion into 1/4”thick slices. Peel and cube the eggplant into large cubes, about 1 1/2”wide. Peel and slice the Asian eggplant into rounds. Heat the oil in a large skillet or wide, deep pot over medium heat Add the onion and eggplant. Cook for 5 minutes, tossing 2 or 3 times to coal well with oil. Add the kale. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Increase the heat to medium-high. Cover and cook for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the eggplant begins to brown. Add the peppers, tomato, lemon zest, and lemon juice. Cook for 2 to 4 minutes longer, or until the flavors blend and the mixture is fragrant. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve immediately. BEEF SHORT RIB-POT ROAST “You accomplish two things when you make a pot roast,” writes chef Nischan. “First, the aroma and taste of the dish alone take you happily home, regard(continued on next page)

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Arts & Entertainment Bay Street Dedicates The Annie & Eli 2nd Stage much as you can,” said Davis. “This space gives us the flexibility to present different kinds of theater. There’s always that balance you need to attain between mainstream and more experimental or developmental works. This concept allows us to reach for that balance.” The Annie & Eli 2nd Stage, named for the

Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson By Susan M. Galardi It’s wonderful when a plan comes together, or when a dream comes to life. Both are happening for Bay Street Theater co-Creative Directors Sybil Christopher and Murphy Davis with the dedication of a 99-seat theater, The Annie & Eli 2nd Stage. Their idea, which came to mind in 1994, was to have a smaller space for the off-season, to produce works in development, new works and plays that are outside the realm of the theater’s more mainstream Mainstage productions in the summer. The 2nd Stage will in effect expand Bay Street’s offerings. “When you’re producing, you want to produce as

Hamptons royalty of theater and long time residents, Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson, is not a new space, per se – it’s an adjustment to the main theater. “We’ll transform the 299 theater into a 99 seat venue,” explained Davis. “In reducing it, we’ve changed the feeling of the interior space, focusing on 99 seats in the center.” The venture also compensates for the fact that, “we really don’t’ have a ‘season’ anymore,” according to Davis. “We’re adjusting the size of space for a wider theatre going population – full time residents and year-round weekenders.” The space will house the popular workshops sponsored by the Lucille Lortel Foundation, created to present projects in development. The vision became viable through recent concessions granted by the Actors Equity Association to allow Bay Street Theatre to provide high quality productions at a more economical cost to both the theater and its patrons. “The program will be a combination of workshops and new pieces,” said Davis. “We’ll allow artists to work on a play in the theatre, and do one perform-

ances. The inaugural production, scheduled for October 16, is a musical version of Lanford Wilson’s straight play, Balm in Gilead. “Ideally, we’re shooting for two productions in the fall, two in the spring,” said Davis. But before that, there is a great wave of fanfare. On Lauren Bacall Saturday night, May 1, Bay Street is hosting a special event to dedicate the new theatrical venue to its namesakes: Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson. It will be a star-studded evening of performances and tributes to honor the great theatrical couple, starting with a wine reception at 6:30 in the Bay Street lobby. The show begins at 7:30 with tributes and performances by friends and colleagues of Wallach and Jackson. Actors Zoe Caldwell, Brian Murray, and Peter Riegert will perform live in scenes from celebrated works that originally featured Jackson and Wallach, including This Property is Condemned, Major Barbara and Luv. The likes of Lauren Bacall, Patricia Neal, Joe Pintauro, Murray Schisgal and (continued on next page)


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Theatre Review: The Addams Family mansion, set in Central Park, Mal From audience reaction, the new (Terrence Mann) asks, “What is this musical The Addams Family, based some kind of theme park?” on the beloved cartoon characters The book, by Marshall Brickman created by Charles Addams for the and Rick Elice, the team for Jersey New Yorker magazine in 1938, is destined to be a long running Boys, borrows many moments smash hit. At the start of the overdirectly from the cartoons, but the ture, spectators clap and snap story is little more than a series of along with Vic Mizzy’s familiar Vaudeville song and dance theme song from the cult classic TV vignettes strung together on the show. thin romantic plot line. However, Then the red velvet curtains the witty tale gives every member open revealing an eye-popping of the stellar cast a moment to scene – the entire perverse clan in shine. Uncle Fester is a delicately a ghoulish graveyard setting under demented stand out as an evocative a glowing moon. The laughter sentimentalist in love with the begins before a single word is spomoon. His delivery of the lovely, ken. The opening number “When “The Moon and Mea,” is a highlight You’re an Addams,” sung by the of the evening. Grandma (an outrafamily with a chorus line of ancesgeous Jackie Hoffman) is an overLane, Neuwirth tral ghosts emerging from their the-top, loony tune acid head from crypt, is a gleefully flashy start. Woodstock. Lurch (a perfectly zany The production, directed and designed by Phelim Zachary James) is tall, darkly cool and introspective McDermott and Julian Crouch, the wizards behind and Pugsley (Adam Riegler) makes a nice impression. Shockheaded Peter, looks divinely macabre. They’ve But Alice Beineke (Carolee Carmello) is a scene stealassembled a top notch cast headed by Nathan Lane ing riot at the dinner party with her rendition of and Bebe Neuwirth, as Gomez and Morticia, the “Waiting,” part of the smashing first act finale. heads of The Addams Family. The choreography by Sergio Trujillo is fine and The story has their 18 year old daughter, gives Bebe Neuwirth a moment to lift her skirt and Wednesday (a dynamic Krysta Rodriquez) hopelessly show off her legs (she certainly looks marvelous as in love with a sweet, square Lucas Beineke (a solid Morticia) in a tango with Nathan Lane “Live Before Wesley Taylor) from a respectable Ohio family. The We Die.” plot line follows a familiar theme from the TV show – The spirited score by composer/lyricist Andrew ordinary people entering the bizarre Addams world, Lippa (The Wild Party) encompasses many styles, disturbed by what they find. Wednesday wants her with a couple of terrific numbers like “Full parents to “act normal” for just one night to make a Disclosure” and “Crazier Than You,” a deliciously good impression on Lucas’ parents by hosting a dinamusing duet. The emphasis is on love conquers all – ner party. When Gomez and Morticia discover that a refreshing dichotomy to the family’s sinister surWednesday plans to marry Lucas, they wonder face. Lippa’s stylish lyrics underline the juxtaposition “where did we go wrong?” The tone shifts as they adding an unexpected heartwarming appeal. begrudgingly attempt to show their “loving” side. But Special kudos to the ingenious puppeteer Basil t this is The Addams Family, so we know nothing will Twist, who created The Squid, a central character go smoothly. When the Beineke Family arrives at the here, as well as an oversized iguana, a Venus flytrap

Art Commentary by Marion Wolberg Weiss

and an amusing animated curtain tassel. But Lane is the star of the evening. He’s in excellent voice and makes the most of his every moment on stage. One could say Lane is “one in a million,” and his performance is easily worth more than a million. The Addams Family. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 205 West 46 St. 1-800-982-2787 or Patrick Christiano is the artistic director of SivaRoad Productions and a member of the 2009/2010 Drama Desk nominating committee.


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Betsy von Furstenberg will present personal dedications and tributes live on the Bay Street stage. Throughout the night, pre-recorded readings and messages from Barbara Cook, Harvey Keitel, Mike Nichols, Al Pacino, Kate Winslet and others will be played. Everyone at Bay Street is thrilled with the decision to dedicate the theater to the incredible couple. Zoe Caldwell “They’ve been great friends and supporters since 1992 – great cheerleaders for the theater,” said Davis. “They’re such a part of the fabric out here –generous spirits in the theater as well as general community. We wanted to honor them.” Bay Street Theatre Dedication of The Annie and Eli 2nd Stage. Saturday, May 1, 6:30 p.m.Tickets: $150. (A limited number of $500 premium tickets are also available, which will include dinner with the stars at The American Hotel following the performance.)For tickets or info, go to, call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 or visit the theater on the Long Wharf, Sag Harbor.

Group Show at Pamela Williams

Group shows can be problemher own admission. To put it atic for a gallery and its artists. simply, things are a little “off” in At times, there are just too their work, even if it’s obvious. many people to display; thus the Consider Waller’s overstuffed gallery seems crowded. Artists chair that’s on a tilt, Suter’s may also feel that they are not reflections of hidden objects and given proper presentation when Robbins’ multiple images feathey must share space. None of turing a movie screen in his this exists, however, with the drive-in theatre. (The movie current show at Amagansett’s patrons’ cars are also facing Pamela Williams Gallery. backwards.) Moreover, the Ken Robbins, David Suter, Ilie dynamics of reality vs. fantasy Wacs and Charles Waller all can also mark these images as “own” their territory, both litersurreal. Certainly Suter’s paintally and figuratively; due ings can fit this particular respect is given each of them, theme as well. thanks to gallery owner Pamela While these elements can David Suter, "Fate" Williams’ arrangement of their evoke a surrealistic atmosphere work. What’s still a problem is what element consuggesting a lack of balance, there are aspects pronects them. Oddly enough, finding that chord is a viding repetition, duplication, or completeness: a welcomed challenge for this critic. It’s what a critic presence of balance. Often balance and imbalance should do, although many do not because it’s risky. exist simultaneously. We could be wrong, and many times we are. Robbins’ “The Infinite Regress of Reality and Throwing caution to the wind in this case, howevEntertainment” is a good example where the repetier, we try and find a common style and/or theme. tion of cars reflected in a mirror is repeated several First, it’s apparent that Williams is attracted to the times, each frame-within-a–frame getting smaller. Surrealism in pieces by Robbins, Suter and Waller, by There is both distortion and balance at the same

time. Suter’s “List” reflects a face on the underside of a boat; a mirror is also used here to complete an image like in Robbins’ work. Suter’s “Fate” mirrors a baby in a carriage as well, thus finishing the artist’s intention. His “Tunnel” reveals a train coming toward the viewer via a mirror. Waller’s pieces show balance and completeness as well as imbalance. For example, there’s his “Eau de Vie” featuring two equal parts of a heart. Even so, samples of stamps surround the heart, at once fragmented yet similarly shaped. “Love Letters” shows balanced stacks of letters, but they are arranged at different angles. Wacs’ work doesn’t possess the same similarities, yet some of the images are disconcerting, such as “Paris” where the forms do not represent typical Parisian icons. They are abstract, to be sure, whimsical and intriguing. Perhaps they signify “streams of consciousness” for the artist, each image bringing back a memory of that magical city. Better yet, perhaps the shapes convey the feelings evoked by Paris and not literal places, people or things. – Marion Wolberg Weiss The current show will be on view at Pamela Williams Gallery until May 2. Call 631-267-7817.

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MOVIES Schedule for the week of Friday, April 23 to Thursday, April 29. Movie schedules are subject to change. Always call to confirm shows and times. HAMPTON ARTS (+) Date Night (PG13) – Fri., 5:30, 7:30, Sat, Sun 4:30, 6:30, 8:30 Mon-Thur, 7 The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (R) – Fri., 5, 8, Sat, Sun, 5, 8, Mon-Thurs., 7 SAG HARBOR CINEMA (+) (631-725-0010) The Ghost Writer – 6 all week Chloe – 4 all week A Prophet – 8:20 all week UA EAST HAMPTON (+) (631-324-0448) The Losers (PG13) – Mon, Tue, 4, 6:45, Wed, Thurs, Fri., 4, 6:45, 10, Sat, 1, 4, 6:45, 10, Sun., 1, 4, 6:45 Oceans (PG) – Mon., Tues, 2:50, 5, 7:15 Wed, Thurs, Fri., 2:50, 5, 7:15, 9:45 Sat., 12:30, 2:50, 5, 7:15, 9:45, Sun.,

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12:30, 2:50, Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (NR) – Mon., Tues, 2, 6 Wed, Thurs, Fri., 2, 6, 9:15, Sat., 2, 6, 9:15 Sun., 2, 6, 9:15 Date Night (PG13) – Mon., Tues, 4:30, 7, Wed, Thurs., Fri., 4:30, 7, 9:30 Sat., 1:30, 4:30, 7, 9:30 Sun., 1:30, 4:30, 7 The Joneses (R) – Mon, Tue, 4:15, 7:30, Wed, Thurs, Fri., 4:15, 7:30, 10:10 Sat., 1:15, 4:15, 7:30, 10:10 Sun., 1:15, 4:15, 7:30 How To Train Your Dragon (PG) – Mon, Tue, 12:45, 3:50, 6:30 Wed, Thurs, Fri., 12:45, 3:50, 6:30, 9, Sat., 12:45, 3:50, 6:30, 9 Sun., 12:45, 3:50, 6:30 UA HAMPTON BAYS (+) (631-728-8535) Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG) – Fri, 12:20, 4:40, 7:30, 9:50 Sat, Sun 12:20, 4:40, 7:30, 9:50 Mon-Thur, 4:40, 7:30 How To Train Your Dragon (PG) – Fri, 4:30, 7:20, 9:40 Sat, Sun 12:50, 4:30, 7:20, 9:40 Mon-Thur, 4:30, 7:20 Kick Ass (R) – Fri, 4:20, 7:40, 10:20 Sat, Sun 12:40, 4:20, 7:40, 10:20 Mon-Thur, 4:20, 7:40 Clash Of The Titans (PG13) – Fri, 4, 7, 10 Sat, Sun 1, 4, 7, 10 Mon-Thur, 4, 7 Why Did I Get Married II (PG13) – Fri, 4:10, 7:10, 10:10 Sat, Sun 12:30, 4:10, 7:10, 10:10 Mon-Thur, 4:10, 7:10 UA SOUTHAMPTON (+) (631-287-2774) Date Night (PG13) – Fri, 4:40, 7:40, 10, Sat, 1:20, 4:40, 7:40, 10, Sun, 1:20, 4:40, 7:40, Mon-Thur, 4:40, 7:40 Kick Ass (R) – Fri, 4, 7, 9:45, Sat, 1, 4, 7, 9:45, Sun, 1, 4, 7, Mon-Thur, 4, 7

Death At A Funeral (R) – Fri, 4:30, 7:30, 10:10, Sat, 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 10:10, Sun, 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, Mon-Thur, 4:30, 7:30 The Losers (PG13) – Fri, 4:15, 7:15, 9:50, Sat, 1:10, 4:15, 7:15, 9:50 Sun, 1:10, 4:15, 7:15, Mon-Thur, 4:15, 7:15 MATTITUCK CINEMAS (Call 631-298-Show for times) How to Train Your Dragon (PG), Date Night (PG13), Kick Ass (R), Death at a Funeral (R), The Backup Plan (PG13), The Last Song (PG), Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG13), The Losers PG13, Clash Of The Titans (PG13) The Montauk Movie (+) (631-668-2393) Closed for the season. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (+) (631-288-1500) The White Ribbon – April 23, 7:30, April 24, 7:30 p.m., April 25, 1, 4 Bay Street Theater (+) No Movie this week

The sign (+) when following the name of a theatre indicates that a show has an infrared assistive listening device. Please confirm with the theatre before arriving to make sure they are available.

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Over The Barrel... with Lenn Thompson

The local wine industry has an unfair reputation among some — a reputation that says the wines are overpriced and not good values. I hear this a lot, usually from people who don’t know what they are talking about, and I think it’s an unfortunate situation. Are there overpriced wines being made and sold on Long Island? Absolutely…… but the same is true for just about any wine region in the world. Have you been to Napa or Sonoma? Taken a look at Bordeaux prices? Truth is, many of Long Island’s best values don’t come in the price ranges most often associated with value. Value has a home in every price range and too get the best bang for your buck locally, you often have to spend $20-$40. It can be hard to find wines in the $15 range than that are worth buying. But they do exist, and it seems that there are more of them on the market today than there have been in recent years — whether it’s the industry’s reaction to the down economy or a function of more efficient operations. I picked up three newly released whites to taste side-by-side — all priced between $14 and $16 at

Finding Value the wineries (often less at shops). I recommend all three for the thirst-quenching quality they bring at the price point. Peconic Bay Winery’s NV Nautique Esprit de Blanc ($16), while labeled non-vintage, is technically from the 2009 vintage and is made with 65% Chardonnay, 27% Riesling 8% Pinot Grigio. Sweet lime curd, candied orange peel, pear and grapefruit zest mingle in a bright, extremely fresh nose. Medium bodied, the palate is alive with big, electric acidity that is mouth-watering in the extreme. Citrusy flavors — lime and orange — with a bit of tree fruit, stand up to the acidity. Paumanok Vineyards 2009 Festival Chardonnay ($15) features a percentage sauvignon blanc for the first time and it comes through as a ruby grapefruit note on the nose, along with ripe Meyer lemon. Dry, fruity and straightforward, the palate is lemon-grapefruity with a subtle note of banana candy on the midpalate. Zesty acidity makes this another lively choice for summer sipping, though a slightly pithy note at the end of the finish is a little bitter when the wine is over-chilled. The lowest-priced wine, Shinn Estate Vineyards 2009 Coalescense ($14) , was also my favorite of the trio for its subtle nuance and balance. A blend of chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, merlot blanc and riesling, the nose is citrusy like the others, but also delivers minerally seawater and herbaceous notes. Lithe on the palate, lime and grapefruit flavors lead the way and are accented by lemongrass and well-integrated juicy acidity. More of that saline minerality comes back again on the tangy, quinine finish. Looking and tasting around the East End, these are far from the only $15 wines worth checking out, but they are three of the best.


Member Spotlight

Mildew Busters has been in business since 1977 with locations on the South Fork, Shelter Island and in Mattituck. It is owned by Bill and Ben Smith who also involve their sons, Ben and Derrick in the business. They are in the housewashing and rfinishing business and of course, can take care of pretty much any mildew problem within the home. They have been in business for so long that their customers all feel like family, and they are known for shwoing up on time, doing a great job and have a very long list of customers who are extremely satisfied. Mildew Busters is proud of using non toxic cleaning materials as well as low pressure machines that insure no damage is ever done to your home while they are going through the cleaning process. They also offer basement waterproofing, which after this run of rain that we have been having, has kept the family run business extremely busy. Mildew Busters also provides cleaning and refinishing of exterior surfaces to any home on the East End. They are the East End’s Exterior Surface Specialist’s and specializes in cleaning and restoring the natural colors and beauty of cedar, exotic woods, stucco, brick, concrete and siding - extending the life of these surfaces and need for costly repairs. For over 30 years Mildew Bustershas been the #1 choice of thousands of homeowners and businesses on the North and South Forks and Shelter Island for house washing, pressure washing and refinishing of siding, decks, railings, roofs and waterproofing. They also can refinish teak furniture. If you are in need of any of these services provided by Mildew Busters, they can be reached by calling 631-495-6826.

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Rolling In Dough, Where The Pizza Place Comes To You Talk about personal pizza. A Greenport bartender turned- entrepreneur is offers unique pizza parties on wheels. From Riverhead to Orient, Montauk to Manhattan, and as far North as Westchester, pizza lovers are spicing up backyard parties with this novel idea. There’s a lot of buzz about the handcrafted gourmet pizza Matt Michel is pumping out of his fully restored, and renovated fire-engine-red 1943 International Harvester. Maybe you’ve seen it cruising to a gig on Route 48 on the North Fork. The “Rolling in Dough” does just that. It’s a fire truck converted into a fully operational portable pizza parlor. It cranks out the tastiest slices I’ve had yet on the North Fork, hands down. I think the woodoven on board, and the fresh local produce used to craft the pies, have a lot to do with it. This is something every pizza lover needs to see and experience. “Rolling in Dough” is gaining popularity fast. The business has been on the road for less than a year, and Matt says he’s already got dozens of parties

booked for this season. “We’re filling up fast, prom season; we pull right up for weddings, rehearsal dinners, wineries...” I dropped in on Matt last Sunday as he fine tuned some recipes with the “Rolling in Dough” truck after a gig the night before at the Castello di Borghese vineyard. I was still blocks away from the truck when I started to smell the wood-burning oven and the pizza cooking. The aroma filled the streets of Greenport Village. Matt wasn’t open for business, but several curious and hungry locals dropped by looking for a satisfying slice. I heard nothing but rave reviews. “This is great quality, the recipes are unique, it’s truly an artistic and artisan product,” said Noah Schwartz, a local restaurateur who stopped for a quick taste on his way to work at “Noah’s”. Here’s little more on “Rolling in Dough”. The truck was fully restored by Wheeler’s Garage in Southold, and Ted’s Auto Body in Peconic put on the eye-grabbing paint job. The truck has a retractable

awning, refrigeration and a freezer. It’s got a cappuccino machine that uses the finest beans Aldo’s has to offer. And for the non-java junkies, they offer tea from Greenport Tea Company. Oh, and I can’t forget gelato for dessert. The Valoriani pizza oven was shipped over all the way from Florence, Italy. “I make the best pizza in the world, well, aside from Florence, Italy.” Matt says his love for pizza is what drives him, as well as the Rollin in Dough truck. “As a kid I grew up a few doors down from a pizzeria and I would eat like the large pies myself every week”. The pizza party on wheels also rolls up with it’s own tunes. It’s got a sound system that lets you play anything you want off your i-Pod. “This year the focus is on the kids, we’re looking to do a lot more children’s birthday parties,” Matt told me. Kids become pizza makers, choose from 18 different toppings, and craft their own pizza from dough, to perfectly done personal pies. His customers are always pleasantly surprised.

North Fork Events

SATURDAY, APRIL 24 MUSIC FOR STAR GAZING – 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. At the Custer Observatory. A live performance of works inspired by the heavens and written by acclaimed Long Island composer, Thomas Mangano, who pays tribute to the quest for cosmic discovery and to the science fiction that helped pioneer space exploration over the past 50 years. Main Bayview Road, Southold. 631-765-2626. BIRDS AND BOTANY – With the Peconic Land Trust at the Wolf Preserve. Meet noted Ornithologist John Turner and Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Marine Botanist Steve Schott for a morning exploration of the trails and wetlands. 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. $5 per person. 631-283-3195. ART AUCTION BENEFIT FOR THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY - A special art auction, featuring the works of both living and past artists of eastern Long Island, is being sponsored by the Southold Historical Society. The auction will feature works by a number of local painters, photographers, and artisans. The event will benefit both the society as well as many of the living artists participating in the event. 6:30 p.m. Clovis Point Windery, Jamesport. 631765-5500. THE ART OF BLENDING - White Wine Blending Session, with winemaker Les Howard, 1:00-3:30 p.m. Join winemaker Les Howard for a behind the scenes tour of the Pindar winemaking facility. Learn about the different white varietals grown in our region and enjoy samples. Discussion on different white blending techniques. Guests will then break into groups and create their own White Blend. $25pp includes production facility tour, blending session, and full tasting with cheese & crackers in the Pindar tasting room. Space is limited. 631-734-6200. SEX, WINE AND CHOCOLATE – Wine tasting with chocolate hosted by a relationship coach and sex educator at Macari Vineyards. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 150 Bergen Avenue, Mattituck. 631-298-0100. HAMPTONS HOME AND GARDEN SHOW - The

annual Hamptons Home and Garden Show, which is the only home improvement show held on eastern Long Island, will open at Tanger Outlet Center in Riverhead, on April 23 to 25. Admission is $10 at the door or $5 E-tickets are available online at (until April 25) or call 631-283-5505. All attendees also will receive an exclusive gift, a Tanger Outlets Coupon Book filled with over $1,300 in savings coupons immediately redeemable in 109 Tanger stores and 14 local area ‘deals and steals’. SUNDAY, APRIL 25 HAMPTONS HOME AND GARDEN SHOW - The annual Hamptons Home and Garden Show, which is the only home improvement show held on eastern Long Island, will open at Tanger Outlet Center in Riverhead, on April 23 to 25. Admission is $10 at the door or $5 E-tickets are available online at (until April 25) or call 631-283-5505. All attendees also will receive an exclusive gift, a Tanger Outlets Coupon Book filled with over $1,300 in savings coupons immediately redeemable in 109 Tanger stores and 14 local area ‘deals and steals’. ONGOING EVENTS SOUP KITCHEN - Community supper, free soup kitchen for those in need, 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church parish hall, located on Sixth Street in Greenport. For more info., call 631-7652981. WEIGHT LOSS - The second Tuesday of every month, Dr. Russ L’HommeDieu, a physical therapist, holds a free weight management lecture and discussion session for people battling weight loss problems. The discussion is moderated by Dr. Russ, who has himself upheld a 200pound weight loss. Space is limited. For more info., contact New Life in Progress at 888-446-7764. HEALTHY COOKING MADE QUICK & EASY - The second Friday of every month, a Quick and Easy Healthy Cooking demonstration is being offered. The demo will be performed by Dr. Russ L’HommeDieu, DPT; a certified Wellness Coach who has himself maintained a 200-pound weight loss for the last four years. This would be a great place to gain insight on how to cook and eat healthier. Dr. Russ will be offering some GREAT ideas on how to cook healthy food for the whole week when you’re pressed for time. He will also be discussing the health benefits of including whole grains in your diet. If you eat, you don’t want to miss this! Space is limited. Reservations are required. There is a small materials fee. Call 888-446-7764 right away to reserve your spot! REIKI CIRCLES - Reiki Circles Monday Nights at the Grace Episcopal Church on the last Monday of every month. Meetings are held at the Peconic Bay Medical Center. For more info., contact Ellen J. McCabe at (631) 727-2072. SKATEBOARDING - Great skate park in Greenport offering ramps and a half pipe. For hours and other info.,

call 631-477-2385. INDIAN MUSEUM - In Southold, open 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. on Sundays. For more info., call 631-765-5577. CUSTER OBSERVATORY - Weather permitting, Custer staff will be on site to assist visitors in observing the night sky and in using their telescopes. Open from sunset until midnight in Southold. For more info., call 631765-2626. MEDITATION - Buddhist meditations, 7 p.m. on Monday evenings at the First Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Southold. For more info., call 631-949-1377.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 23 HAMPTONS HOME AND GARDEN SHOW - The annual Hamptons Home and Garden Show, which is the only home improvement show held on eastern Long Island, will open at Tanger Outlet Center in Riverhead, on April 23 to 25. Admission is $10 at the door or $5 E-tickets are available online at (until April 25) or call 631-283-5505. All attendees also will receive an exclusive gift, a Tanger Outlets Coupon Book filled with over $1,300 in savings coupons immediately redeemable in 109 Tanger stores and 14 local area ‘deals and steals’. ONCE UPON A MATTRESS - Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School Theatre Company proudly presents “Once Upon a Mattress.” All shows are at 7:30 p.m. in the McGann-Mercy High School Auditorium. Tickets are $8.00 for general admission and $5.00 for seniors. McGannMercy High School, 1225 Ostrander Avenue, Riverhead. 631-727-5900. Runs all weekend.

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Day By Day COMING UP Upcoming events can be seen in the following sections:

Art Events – pg. 49 Kids’ Events – pg. 44 Movies – pg. 49

Hamptons Ballet Theater School’s “Three Sisters & the Magic Doll” See Kid Calendar, Page THURSDAY, APRIL 22 LATIN DANCE WORKOUT CLASS – 7p.m. for 5 weeks, Firm Fitness, 295 Montauk Highway, Speonk, 631325-9600 THURSDAY NIGHT JAM SESSION – 7 to 9p.m., Bay Burger presents live jazz, Free. 1742 Sag HarborBridgehampton Turnpike, Sag Harbor 631-899-3915, JIM TURNER OPEN MIC NIGHT – 9 p.m., Blue Sky Restaurant, Sag Harbor. No Cover. 631-725-1810 FRIDAY, APRIL 23 HAMPTONS HOME & GARDEN SHOW - today Noon6, tomorrow and Sun. 10-6, Tanger North Parking Lot, Riverhead CANDLELIGHT AT WOLFFER – 5-8p.m. Live music, wine, mulled wine, cheese platters available. No cover charge for music. 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. 631-5375106. RELAY FOR LIFE – Fri., April 23, 6p.m., SYS, Southampton, Benefits American Cancer Society, register at REPUBLICAN COCKTAIL RECEPTION – 6-8p.m., to Re-Elect Sen. Kenneth P. LaValle, Rugosa, 290 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, $100, WINE DINNER - 7:30p.m., The Living Room, 207 Main St., East Hampton, $85, 631-324-5440. LIVE COMEDY- 7:30p.m., Ladakins Restaurant, 714 Montauk Hwy., Moriches, $40 includes dinner, reservations 631-878-1919, DJ KARO – at Blue Sky Restaurant, 63 Main Street, Sag Harbor. No Cover. 9:30 p.m. 631-725-1810 SATURDAY, APRIL 24 INDOOR FARMERS MARKET – Every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 103 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. Area farm produce and prepared foods. 631-288-4722 EARTH DAY CELEBRATION – 10a.m4p.m., Indian Island County Park, Riverhead, 631-854-4980, BRUNCH WITH THE HISTORY BUNCH – 11a.m., Hampton Maid, 259 Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays, $20, 631-728-0887 BRIDGEHAMPTON WALKING TOUR – 11a.m., meet at Corwith Homestead, 2368 Montauk Highway, led by Ann Sandford, Free. 631-537-1088, CULINARY DEMO –12-2 p.m. Loaves & Fishes Cookshop, 2422 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton. 631-5376066 LOOKING AT AFRICA – 7p.m. Discussion with Lawrence Martin, Avram Theater, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway, Southampton, SHENOLE LATIMER QUARTET – 7p.m., Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, $15, 631-287-4377, DJ MATT COSS – Blue Sky Restaurant, 63 Main Street, Sag Harbor. No Cover. 9:30 p.m. 631-725-1810 SUNDAY, APRIL 25 LONG POND HIKE – 10a.m. – Noon weather permitting, meet at Mashashimet Park, Sag Harbor, 631-725-4237,


Michael McDowell at Ashwagh Hall

SUNDAY, APRIL 23 RELAY FOR LIFE – Fri., April 23, 6p.m., SYS, Southampton, Benefits American Cancer Society, register at HEALTH DISCUSSION – 5p.m., Gurney’s Inn, 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. Free. 516-527-8593 ARCHITECTURE PRESENTATION – 3:30p.m., Joseph Giovannini, Parrish Art Museum, Jobs Lane, Southampton, , MONDAY, APRIL 26 RESTORATIVE YOGA FOR CANCER PATIENTS – 5:15 p.m. to 7 p.m. for those living with cancer and survivors, registration required. Living Well Yoga and Fitness, 83 South Elmwood Ave., Montauk 516-380-5422 TOBACCO CESSATION CLASS – 6p.m. on Mondays through May 24, Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton register at 631-283-0774 ext. 523 TUESDAY, APRIL 27 MAT PILATES – 6:30 p.m., Quogue Library, Quogue. 631-653-4224 ext 4 to register, $7 fee. JODY CARLSON JAZZ TRIO –7-10p.m., Pierre’s Restaurant, 2468 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 631537-5110 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 ADULT LEARNING – Meditation for Beginners 6p.m., Belly Dancing 6:45–8:15p.m. through May 19, Ross School, 631-907-5555, MIND/BODY/WELLNESS – for cancer patients 4:30p.m. – 6:30p.m., Southampton Hospital through June 2, 631-726-8800 to schedule evaluation, WRITERS SPEAK – Three emerging poets, 7p.m., Duke Lecture Hall, Stonybrook Southampton, Southampton, Free, 631-632-5030 JOHNNY B OPEN MIC NIGHT – 9 p.m.–midnight. Sign up at 8 p.m. Quogue East Pub, 530 Montauk Hwy, East Quogue. 631-653-6677 THURSDAY, APRIL 29 BASKET MAKING – 6p.m., Southampton Historical Museum, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, 631-2832494, LATIN DANCE WORKOUT CLASS – see April 22 listing THURSDAY NIGHT JAM SESSION – See April 22 listing JIM TURNER OPEN MIC NIGHT – See April 22 listing. FRIDAY, APRIL 30 DINNER AND A MOVIE – 3-course dinner at The American Hotel, Sag Harbor plus popcorn and admission to The Picture Show at Bay Street Theater, $25. Reservations 631-725-3535 THE PICTURE SHOW AT BAY STREET THEATER – Hitchcock Night – Notorious, 8p.m., $5. 1 Long Wharf. Sag Harbor. 631-725-9500 LEVON HELM – live concert, 8p.m., Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, $95-$145, 631-288-1500, ONGOING MONTAUK PLAYHOUSE – Weekly schedule of adult badminton, men’s basketball, yoga, open gym etc.. 631-6681124 for full schedule. FITNESS WITH FIDO – Saturdays. Free group walk for people and their dogs. 10 a.m., weather permitting. Dogs must be leashed. 631-325-0200 ext 118. 118 Old Country Rd., Westhampton. MINDFULNESS GUIDED MEDITATION CLASS – . Free. Sundays, 8:30 a.m. Mandala Ayurvedic Healing Arts, Amagansett Square. 631-267-6144.

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By T.J. Clemente On April 24-25, at the historic Ashawagh Hall in Springs East Hampton master artist Michael McDowell will once again present his most recent work in a solo show titled “Looking Forward,” curated by the renowned Haim Mizrahi. This is a rare opportunity to see a large collection of McDowell’s work in one place. McDowell is a very private painter who was never focused on selling his work. Throughout the years he has been commissioned on both coasts to create paintings for knowledgeable art collectors. The California-schooled artist was influenced by the San Francisco Bay Area figurative painters such as Paul Wonner, Wayne Thiebaud and Richard Diebenkorn. A review of the artist who has been painting in the Hamptons for the last 30 years, read, “McDowell has been influenced by the brilliant light, shapes and forms that are the essence of the area. He is an oil painter who some have called a genius with color, using the full spectrum of light.” McDowell has said, “In nature, light is color and in painting color makes light.” “Looking Forward,” Ashawagh Hall, Saturday, April 24, 4-10 p.m.; Sunday, April 25, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. No admission; refreshments. For info: 631-3246620.

Auditions for Cabaret at SH Cultural Center Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center will hold open auditions for performances of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s Tony-award winning CABARET on Sunday, May 16 at 2:00 PM and Monday, May 17 at 6:00 PM in Southampton Cultural Center’s Levitas Center. Auditions begin promptly. Late arrivals will be seen at the discretion of the director(s). Michael Disher directs and choreographs. Robert Peterson musically directs. Performances will begin on July 22, 2010 and run through August 8, 2010. The 1987 revival script and score will be performed. Every role is being cast. No one under 18 years of age will be auditioned. Rehearsals will begin in May, immediately following the auditions. Weekend availability required. Not all performers are required to be at all rehearsals. Ensemble rehearsals are mandatory. Rehearsals will be held over Fourth of July weekend. This is an open call. Please arrive at the designated start time(s): Sunday, May 16: 2:00 - 3:30: Vocal Auditions and Script Readings for Sally, Clifford, Ernst, Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz. 3:30 – 6:00: Vocal and Dance Auditions for Sally, EmCee, Kit Kat Boys and Girls Monday, May 17: 6:00 – 7:00: Vocal Auditions and Script Readings for Sally, Clifford, Ernst, Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz. 7:00 – 9:30: Vocal and Dance Auditions for Sally, EmCee, Kit Kat Boys and Girls Please bring 32 measures (sheet music) of a show tune suited to the role for which you are auditioning. Dance shoes and dance clothing are also required. Performance dates begin July 22 and continue through August 8, 2010. For further information, call Southampton Cultural Center at (631) 287-4377 or e-mail Michael Disher at

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Tim Lee

SERIOUS CONCERNS Dear Dan, Having had the misfortune of having my private well contaminated with petrochemicals from leaking underground gasoline storage tanks, it was disappointing to learn that Governor David Paterson’s budget would cut state responses to oil spills by more than half and reduce inspections of chemical and petroleum storage tanks. Taking into consideration that the aquifers beneath Long Island are our sole source of drinking water, allowing these cuts will jeopardize the health of all residents. Contaminated water has always been a serious concern on Long Island, and many believe it is to blame for the disproportionate number of people being diagnosed with various forms of cancer. Left unattended, the toxic chemicals at these sites will continue to contaminate the soil and some might possibly reach deep underground aquifers that supply drinking water to residents. Jason E. Hill Ridge, N.Y. Via e-mail This should not have been cut from the budget. -DR

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HILARIOUS Dear Dan, Just read Susan Galardi’s hysterical article, “The Symbol of Maturity, and No More Fun.” Absolutely hilarious. Lynn Scanlon, Publisher East Hampton Via email WHALE Dear Dan This is a photo about community. A community that was ready to aid the whale that stranded itself in the shallows of a calm sea on a Tuesday morning. Had we been called upon we would have amazed you.We would have rallied surfers, divers, airplanes, fishing boats and men and woman of the East End. There would have been ropes and chains and megaphones. A whale strap flown in from New Jersey. Grinding engines, calculations and swearing that would have made a galley mistress blush. In the end maybe even a good old fashioned heave-ho. In this version you would have witnessed organization that I dare say only Montauk Captains are capable of. A lot of us would have just plain stayed out of the way but been there, behind the yellow tape, to show our support. We would have pulled that whale back out to sea. It was Tuesday remember and it was very much alive, moaning and thrashing in the surf. After all the commotion and effort it still may have died before our eyes, providing a bounty to the creatures below instead of being buried in a Western Suffolk landfill amongst decaying garbage bags and refuse. It also might have swum right back up onto that shore and beached himself again at which point the naysayers could have pointed right at my face and laughed as loud and clearly as they wanted. I don’t care. Because I would have tried. And maybe, just maybe, I would have sat at The Dock later that night drinking the best beer of my life, trying to describe the feeling of watching that whale swim away. Instead here we stand today. Our human whale is a small representation of what many people on the East End feel in their hearts. A moment lost. We may never see another live whale on our

The Human Whale beaches in this lifetime. It’s rare. Dolphins, however, get trapped in our shallow coves every few years. There is still work to be done. New challenges to be met. Wounds to be healed. So let it be known, to whomever this may apply to, that there is a part of this community waiting with open arms to be called upon should our dear East End need us. Nothing more and nothing less. Wishing you a beautiful spring, Nancy Atlas Facebook users if you are interested in getting involved join East End Stranded Ocean Life Rescue formed by Jamie Gregor. But none of the people in charge did a thing that first day. -DR EARTH Dear Dan, This week marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. A day we pledge to conserve Earth’s natural re-sources for future generations. We already know about recycling, changing light

bulbs, adjusting the thermostat, and reducing our driving habits. This year, we can best observe Earth Day by switching to a plant-based diet. A recent study in WorldWatch magazine found that production of meat and dairy products may account for fully half of worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, such production contributes more pollutants to our water supplies than all other human activities combined. It is causing global shortages of drinking water. It is the driving force in global deforestation and wildlife habitat destruction. This Thursday, let’s celebrate Earth Day and every day by replacing meat and dairy products in our diet with healthful, ecofriendly foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and nuts. Those opting for a more gradual transition will find ample soy and grain-based meat and dairy analogs in your local supermarket. Additional information is available at Sincerely, Brody Warden Calverton, NY Via e-mail But vegetables absorb carbon dioxide? -DR

PURPLE SKIES Dear Dan, Purpling Skies Are Peace in a young girl’s eyes – Thanks to Dan’s Cover Artist Diana Daino 4/16/2010 issue Paula Timpson Via e-mail

Police Blotter Gangsta at 49 A 49-year-old man was arrested in East Hampton after police pulled him over for driving 80 miles per hour in a 50 miles per hour zone. When police questioned the man, they asked about his car, which matched a description of a car that was involved in a theft in Montauk. As they investigated further, they learned that the man was in fact the person who stole items out of a store in Montauk, and they arrested him. Bed Knobs and Metal Broomsticks In Quogue, police arrested a man after he swung a metal broomstick in a threatening manner during a domestic dispute. Dead Deer A dead deer head was discovered in East Hampton. No, it wasn’t the East Hampton mafia sending some kind of a message to a Bonacker, the deer head was found on the side of the road. Bad Woman A 27-year-old woman was pulled over after police observed her cutting another driver off of the road while driving in Westhampton. Police approached the driver, who was a woman and had been drinking. The passenger in the vehicle was another young woman, who had also been drinking. In the backseat of the car however, were two children, ages 5 and 7, the children of

the passenger. The driver and the passenger of the vehicle were both arrested, one for DWI and the other for endangering the welfare of a child. Trouble A business in Westhampton was broken into and two other businesses in the area were vandalized. The business that was broken into reported that about $100 in cash was stolen from the business. A pizza place in Westhampton also reported that a rock was thrown through its window shattering it, this happened to a deli as well in the area. Police were able to get surveillance footage of the incident and are looking for a white male in his late teens or early 20s. He was seen on the camera wearing a green-hooded sweatshirt and jeans. Stolen A woman in with a house in Water Mill reported to police that somebody stole approximately $35,500 worth of jewelry, clothing and cash from the master bedroom of her home. Shelter Island You can’t burn in a barrel on Shelter Island. A man was issued a warning when the Shelter Island Fire Department was called to put out a small fire inside of a barrel that spread to a pile of sticks. By David Lion Rattiner

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• Tree & Privacy Planting • Irrigation Install & Service • Sod / Seed / Grading • Pavers & Belgian Blocks • Walkways & Patios • Driveways • Aprons, Stone Walls • Weekly Lawn Care / Cleanups • Underground Drainage • Drywells • Bobcat Service • Deer Fence






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DAN'S PAPERS, April 23, 2010 Page 61

(OME3ERVICES Masonry/Stone/Tile


Do you have a

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Mold Inspection

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Marine Services

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DAN'S PAPERS, April 23, 2010 Page 62

(OME3ERVICES Painting/Papering

Specializing in Interior & Exterior Painting, Sheetrock, Taping, Plaster, Skim Coating & Powerwashing

Local Co. - Lic’d/Ins’d

917-306-4061 evenings: 631-728-2964

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Painting & Staining Spackling & Sheetrock Wallpaper • Mildew Removal Cedar Siding and Decking Experts Decorative Tilework George Hadjipopov Serving the East End for over 20 years Licensed & Insured - Superb References


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• Powerwashing • Deck Service • Staining 631.897.9287

Christopher T. DiNome INTERIOR Painting Staining Wallpaper Installation & Removal Faux Finishes


• • • • •


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of Long Island

Full Service Painting Powerwashing Wallpaper Removal Lic. Reliable Ins. Over 21 Years Serving Long Island


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Call Chris

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631-929-8229 631-668-9319 Lic. 631-560-1194 Ins. Over 30 yrs of experience


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(OME3ERVICES Power Washing

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DAN'S PAPERS, April 23, 2010 Page 64

(OME3ERVICES Roofing/Siding

Window Cleaning

Window Cleaning










HOME IMPROVEMENT Siding & Roofing Specialists

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LAUNDRESS WANTED ASAP! Laundress to commit 1 year min., 3 days/ week (summer), 2 days/ week (year- round). Experience with fine fabrics, ironing & stain removal. Flexible, responsible with excellent references. Contact Lynn: or (646)373-8136.

M Salon East Hampton looking for experienced Receptionist, weekends are a must. Multi-tasking, organized, good telephone skills. (631)324-3036

MODELS WANTED Art / Photography 631-329-5550 Leave name and number Speak slowly and clearly

Child Care Wanted CAREGIVERS WANTED ASAP! 2 local Caregivers- 1 FT, 1 PT for 3 kids. Year- round, live- out, commit 1 year min. Must be athletic, flexible, able to travel, responsible, drivers license, great references. Teaching/ camp experience a plus. Contact Lynn: or (646)373-8136.

P/T general work, light menial tasks, temporary position. SITTER PART TIME needed for 18 month old and 3 year old. (631)329-5550 Weekends (also weekday during summer). Prior toddler care & Security Guards for Night references a must. Wainscott. Clubs, FT/ PT, must posses NYS (917)628-7780 Security Guard License. Call (917)292-6669 ask for Sunny or Domestic/ Rick. Email resume: Personal Assistant Nanny Agency Of The Hamptons and Upscale Garden Maintenance Classic Household Staffing company is seeking motivated For all your household staffing and self disciplined people for needs. Serving The Hamptons immediate placement. Must & Manhattan Since 1995. have experience working with Summer & Year Round. plants and flowers. Licensed and Legal. Bi-lingual a plus. Contact Domestic positions available Mike (631)537-9672 (631)329-9973 erica@

Beauty/Health/Fitness Ananas Spa located in Southampton village is looking for NY State Licensed Massage Therapist. Please send resume to or fax 631-287-3983. Attn: Melinda


Domestic/ Personal Assistant

REVIEWED IN N.Y. TIMES, FORBES & DEPARTURES Magazine *Private Chefs* Our Specialty We Represent The Very Best in The Industry Estate Managers, Couples Chauffeurs, Butlers Personal Assistants Nannies, Housekeepers, Caretakers DETAILS SEE WEB MARTINODOM.COM 212-867-1910 Fax 212-867-1917 Domestic Couple or Houseman. Immediate. Live-in for home in Watermill. Duties include: working on weekends, good cooking skills, cleaning, driving, ironing, maintaining & managing all household chores, serving formerly. Have at least 4 years experience & checkable reference. 917-402-4577

Looking for aid for elderly woman. Full time Monday- Sunday 9 AM- 5 PM. Companion, cooking and cleaning. Call Donna Housekeeper/ Cook: Live-in/ (631)325-1936 out, cooking, cleaning & light maintenance. Wed.- Sunday. Wainscott. Salary neg., references required. (973)464-3897

Now Hiring for our Bridgehampton location. Be a part of the largest and fastest growing Premium Retailer for Verizon Wireless! Constant Growth = Huge Advancement & Career Opportunities! Competitive Base Pay + Commissions. Great Benefits (Medical & Dental)! Would like more information or to set up an interview? Please send your resume to: or fax to: 703-563-9584


Labor/Building Trades

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CHEF WANTED Southampton, NY

Carpenter - F/T Salary based. Exp & references are required. All phases of carpentry including Trim, Tile, Electrical, Plumbing etc... All Island Rebuild (631)484-3242



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HAMPTON DOMESTICS Our 30th Year * Private Chefs * Butler/ Houseman * Couples * Housekeepers * Nannies * Household Managers * Estate Managers * Senior Companions * Groundskeepers * Home Health Aides * Nannies * Personal Assistants * Chauffeurs/ Security

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Driver/Delivery PRIVATE DRIVER P/T: 3 yrs Exp. Clean Driver's License. No car necessary. Fax resume 212-979-0132

Food/Beverage Busy High end Catering company seeks Chef. Send resume to:

Restaurant Savanna's 268 Elm St., Southampton Now Hiring professionally experienced staff. Apply in person: Sat. April 24, & Sat. May 1, 12pm- 4pm. Positions: Line Cooks, Host/ Hostess, Bartenders, Servers & Bussers.

P.O. Box 630, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 ATTN: 464705 Experienced and professionally trained PRIVATE CHEF specializing in Italian cuisine needed to cook lunch and dinner five to six days a week for family house in Southampton from Memorial Day to mid- September. Please plan to do menu planning and shopping. Live in or out. References required. Contact information: 631.283.1761 or email information to PIZZA MAKERS, kitchen, counter help. Experienced only. English speaking a must. Full time/ PT year round work. Call (631)288-5459

CARPENTERS WANTED, EXPERIENCED for work in Sag Harbor area. Please call 631-830-3407 Landscaping help wanted, must have drivers license & experience. (631)377-9279, (631)909-2753 SWIMMING POOL SERVICE CREW Excellent salary. Pool openings, cleanings. Will train the right person. Prestige Pools. (631)325-8929

Management/Professional Busy High end Catering company seeks Warehouse Manager. Must have drivers license and be capable of lifting 50 lbs. Send resume to: Service Manger's Assistant needed for a growing, East End Electrical Contractor. Some trade, or service experience preferred. Excellent phone manner, great under pressure. Quickbooks helpful, but will train. Articulate, good communication skills required. Billing, filing, some dispatch duties. Great company/ work atmosphere for a take charge personality. Competitive pay, Medical, 401k and profit sharing. Fax resume to: (631)287-0731 or e-mail to:

Retail Theory is a growing company that recruits motivated and entrepreneurial people, cultivates their talent, and invests in their future. We are currently looking to fill several positions at our Hampton locations, including, Keyholder, FT/ PT Sales and Stock. Job Requirements: 1-2 years experience, outstanding customer service and people skills. Excellent compensation package! EOE (631)324-3285.

SHELTER ISLAND Restaurant looking for front house help, all positions. (516)712-8211 Ask for Jimmy.

To place Service Directory or Classified ads, contact the Classified Dept. at 631-537-4900 M-F 8:30-6pm

DAN'S PAPERS, April 23, 2010 Page 66


Tag/Yard/Estate Sale

Sales People to sell a product everyone wants/ needs and can only buy from you! (Not Multi Level). Ross (516)984-4663,

ESTATE/ HOME SALES. We are the experts. We know how to do it right. Call Lloyd! 631-325-1819

Situation Wanted Nurses Aide/ Companion to the elderly, live-in, 5-7 days per week. Excellent references. Call Hazel (718)864-8180

Merchandise for Sale CHAIRS & Kitchen TABLE, 6 Breuer armchairs $550 and/ or 4.5 square foot Formica kitchen table best offer. (631)324-5214 Dining Room Table, spectacular mint condition, formerly owned by famous celebrity chef. 8' pine beautiful patina, fluted piano legs, $1,000. 917-783-5934 Entertainment/ Wardrobe Armoire, 80"highx 46"wide, excellent condition $1,500. Breakfront, dark brown wood, 92"highx 86"wide, 4 door buffet, shelves. $2,500 (631)324-6922 MID- CENTURY 1950's MODERN FURNITURE architect's large collection estate sale Saarinen, Mies, Danish, lighting, art, more. By appointment (631)907-1240 MOPED VENTO 2005 excellent condition, used, with cover TREADMILL (516)768-6741

yellow, hardly $1,500. $1,000

DMV# 7099438 FOREIGN CAR SERVICE EBAY CAR SELLERS WE BUY VINTAGE, SPORTS, LUXURY CARS. Internet Consignment Sales. Restoration & Service. Repair for your foreign or domestic car. Call Aventura Motors 631-283-8819

TRIUMPH TR6 1973, Engine & body in excellent condition, POOL/ PATIO Set Almost many new extras, ready for sumNew: Six chaises, Table with mer. $8,995 OBO. Umbrella, Seats 6, Table with (917)282-5222 High Chairs, Seats 4, Extra chairs and end tables. Bought at Thayer's Hardware Furniture, High Quality, $900 for Set. We Buy Cars (917)340-9149 516-504-SOLD (7653) SOFA SLEEPER 92 inch, 2 years old, excellent condition, white cotton duck cover, best offer over $400. (631)267-6837

Merchandise Wanted JEWELRY WANTED Highest prices paid G UA RA NT E E D for diamonds, gold, silver & collectibles, any condition! We will Beat ALL PRICES! Call (516)639-1490

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Long Standing Collector wishes CALL (631)513-3338 to expand collection of guns, swords. Cash paid. Free appraisals. Instant decisions. Strictly Catering/Chef Services confidential. Lloyd FRANK FURIA Personal Chef 631-325-1819 & Private Caterer. Healthy, Gourmet, International and ReTag/Yard/Estate Sale gional Cuisines. Always Using BRIDGEHAMPTON Garage the Freshest, Highest Quality and Sale, Saturday, 9am- 5pm, 548 Most Flavorful Natural and OrButter Lane. Garden tools, deco- ganic Foods Available. Personrative pieces, steel dog crates, alized Menu Planning, Shopping, some furniture. Preparation, Staffing and Cleanup. (631)803-0185 EAST HAMPTON Garage Sale Saturday, 4/24, noon- 4pm, Sun- Your own private chef for just day 4/25, 10am- 4pm, 15 $35 hour. CIA Graduate. All Jeffreys Lane. Lots of kids' occasions. Local. (631)578-0798 clothes!


FULL SPRING clean-up weekly maintenance, lawn mowing, edging, pruning, trimming, planting, mulching, fertilizing, irrigation. Luiz (631)276-1335, Adam (631)871-3160 Drainage Problems? Garages Poor run off 3' by 8' concrete dryGarage Space, Southampton well installed complete $1,995. Village, from $2,000 and up. Call Brian (631)796-6879 Call (631)287-1463, leave mes- Large specimen trees including sage. Copper, Weeping Green, Tri Color, Beeches. Huge assortment Weeping Maples. 631-849-2608 Handyman A-1 ODD JOBS- Carpentry, Marine Painting, Tile Work, Powerwashing, Estate Management. Boat Waxing, washing, comNo Job Too Small! Licensed pounding, weekly service, metal, interiors. Insured & bonded. and Insured. (631)728-8955 631-728-2323 A-Z House Improvements. Moving/Storage Bathrooms, basements, European kitchens. All aspects of home improvements. (631)680-6167. 10% off with this ad!


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Security/Alarms PRIVATE DETECTIVE AGENCY Criminal/ Civil *Background *Surveillance *Matrimonial *Locates *Fraud *Disability Montauk- NYC (631)321-1440

Sewing Carmen’s Custom Alterations, curtains, drapes, slipcovers, cushions, blinds. References. Free pickup and delivery. 631-726-0093

Trees/Shrubs ANDERSON NURSERY INC. Estate size, specimen material. Large selection. Locally grown perennials, starting $3.00. (631)673-0080

Summer Rentals AMAGANSETT WALK TO OCEAN Bright, cheerful 3 bedroom, 2 bath Large decks MD- LD $17,000 (631) 267-3326 BRIDGEHAMPTON 4 Bedroom, 3 bath, 2 private acres. Great home: Pool, Large Deck, Pretty Landscaping. Lots of lawn! Terrific Master Suite (Double Jacuzzi). 2-story Great Room (Beamed Ceiling). Minutes Hampton Classic, Sag Harbor, Ocean Beaches. MDLD: $39,000. July- LD $37,000. Shorter/ longer periods possible. (917)797-8838 BRIDGEHAMPTON 3 BR, 3 bath, heated pool, Central Air, 1 acre. MD-LD $49k. July $24k. Aug $25k. 917-690-8346 BRIDGEHAMPTON 4 bedroom Beach House. Dock on Mecox Bay, canoe. 3-min walk to ocean. Waterfront, A/C. Private, Amazing Location! (212)794-1000

ESTATE MANAGER 15 years French experience on 100 acre estate BRIDGEHAMPTON with excellent references. Provencal home, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1.6 acres of farmland, sun(631)806-9355 set views, bordering natural reserve, heated pool, fireplace, two Home Improvements car garage, CAC. Photos on for #43192 listing. Pets WelSPRING CLEARANCE come. MD- LD $45K. July Beautify Your Home for Less $25k. Aug- LD $35k. Sale price: $1,900,000. (917) 340-9149 * Weathered Blue Stone $2.95sf * Ceramic & Porcelain Tile $1.50sf Bridgehampton/ Sag * Tumbled Paving Stones $1.50sf * 6 BR Ultra private, pool hot *Natural Autumn Slate 12"x12" $1.95 tub, $45k. July- LD. * Mixers - Saws Power Tools - Equipment * 4/5 BR pool and gazebo $26k, season. $ $ $ $ ADDITIONAL 10% OFF WITH THIS AD $ $ $ $ H.R.A. Broker 631-899-3263

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Bridgehampton SOH- walk to village/ bike to beach. 3 BR, 2 ba, newly furnished, CAC, grill, wbfp, d/w, wireless internet. MD- LD $32k, July $17k, Aug.LD $19k. Call Janet 917-974-1355

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2EAL%STATEFOR2ENT Summer Rentals EA ST HA M PT O N Immaculate home, tastefully furnished 4 BR, 2.5 bath, home office. Open design, cathedral ceilings, great for entertaining. Private drive off residential road. French doors in living room lead to heated pool, deck, beautiful landscaping. Custom childproof pool fence is available. Master BR suite on separate floor with French door & balcony overlook 1 acre property. Home theatre system in LR other TV's with Cable/ DVD, WiFi throughout, indoor/ outdoor stereo system, fireplace, CAC, CVAC. Outdoor dining deck with Weber gas grill, teak dining and lounge furniture. MD- LD $38,000 (917)375-3915 EAST HAMPTON Beautiful home, 4 BR, 3 baths, fully furnished, CAC, Pool, private area, Full Season or Monthly $28,000 Dora (631)905-1682 East Hampton. Pristine studio, private entrance/ deck. All amenities. Close to village and beach. $8,000 season. (631)681-6852

EAST HAMPTON 2 beautiful, secluded acres, surrounded by nature preserves. 5 minutes from both East Hampton Village & Sag Harbor GORGEOUS 5,000 sq. ft. home. Open floor plan w/gourmet kitchen 3 separate indoor living areas! Upscale furnishings thru-out. 5 Bdrms / 5 Baths. (en suite) Each bedroom has own sitting area! Master Bdrms on each floor. Lovely heated pool/ large deck MD- LD $69,000. July $30,000. August $35,000 917-848-7957

Summer Rentals EAST HAMPTON/ AMAGANSETT 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, heated pool, pet friendly, CAC, wireless internet, cable TV, walk to bay, bike to town. Open floor plan, plenty of sunlight! July $20,000. (631)603-8345 See photos at

Summer Rentals East Hampton Village, edge. 2 BR farmhouse, LR w/ fplc, DR, CAC. MD- LD $22k. July- LD $20k. ___________________

2 BR, 1 bth, CAC, field vista. MD- LD $20k. July- LD $18k. Walk to everything!

East Hampton close to bay and (631)804-5440 ocean beaches. Charming house on quiet cul-de-sac. 3 BR, 2 Quogue East Realty Co. baths, CAC, heated pool. All (631) 653-9660 amenities and utilities included. Long Season $25,000 For photos or call East Quogue. Bay front. 4 br, (516)449-6424 3.5 ba, post modern with pool. East Hampton GREAT DEAL! Quogue East Realty Co. Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath, heated (631) 653-9660 pool, CAC, sun room, 2 frplc's, very private, backs to reserve. MD- LD $30K; July- LD $27K Pool maintenance included. East Quogue. Village Ranch. Flexible terms. Email nytooth- Renovated 3 br, 2 ba, fireplace, for photos garage, pool. MD -LD $21,000 917-232-7002. EAST QUOGUE: 1910 quaint EAST HAMPTON newly built farmhouse, 4 BR, 2 bath, quiet furnished 4 bedroom, 3 bath, street, 1 block from Bay, 15 minheated inground pool, eat in utes to Ocean beach, updated Available weekly, kitchen, living room, dining kitchen. seasonal. Owner room, laundry room, CAC, fire- monthly, place, 2 car garage, backs to re- (570)224-6773 serve. Season $29k Flexible EAST QUOGUE: EARLY terms. (516)779-0710 BIRD SPECIAL Waterfront. East Hampton: renovated 5 BR, Cozy 3 bedroom cottage with MD- LD $6,000 3 Bath, Hands Creeks Harbor dockage. contemporary, cathedral ceilings, negotiable. (631)742-4940 skylight, frplc, extra large deck & pool. East Quogue: Waterfront Inn Beach, Dock, Private Furnished MD- LD $35k. 919-649-4164 Rooms from $2,300 total. MD East Hampton/ Sag Harbor con- September 15th. 631-728-9835 temporary saltbox in private wooded setting. 3 bedrooms, 2 BAYS/ bathrooms, lovely heated pool, HAMPTON CAC, fireplace. Extraordinary SOUTHAMPTON Water view. master suite with Jacuzzi. Sea- 1 Bedroom or efficiency unit son $25,000. (212)560-2203 available. Furnished Near college. Reasonable. Long Season Available. (631)764-3834 (631)283-8676 East Hampton Springs Extra large wooded lot 3 bedroom, 3 bath, CAC, ranch, fireplace, 20x 40 heated pool with waterfall, 1500 sq ft private deck, fish pond. MD- LD $25,000, JulyHAMPTON BAYS LD $22,000. 631.329.2732 or Perfect Summer Getaway email MD-LD $25,000 July- LD $20,000 East Hampton: UNBELovely House, Pristine Setting LIEVABLE DEAL! Stunning on 1 acre. 2 Bedrooms, bright 2,400 sq. ft. Modern Large Double Deck, Outdoor Luxury home. Designer decoratShower, Kayak. Swim from ed, 3 BR Suites. Double Height Dock, Bike to Ocean. Great-Room, Grand Piano/ Pet Friendly. Player. Gorgeous 20x 40 Heated No Smoking. Owner Pool/ Waterfalls. Huge Deck. *646-221-7463 *917-687-3919 Voluptuous Gardens, 1 acre. MD- LD $44,000. June $12,000, July $21,500 Aug- LD $25,750 516-676-7779, 516-448-2321

East Hampton Village: charming 2 BR designer apt in vintage Colonial, w/d, country kitchen, East Hampton 3 BR, 1 bath, lo- walk all. Season $15,000 North Fork, Aquebogue. 3 BR, 3.5 bath, 3,000 sf renovated cated on Springs Fireplace Rd., (646)831-1567 Victorian. Pool, poolhouse, finapprox 1.5 miles from Village, ished basement, guest cottage, MD- LD $7,500. Year round Hamptons patio w/ fish pond. MD- LD $30k. $1,700 monthly. WATER VIEW 631-513-2105 Condos & Cottages

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Summer Rentals

Summer Rentals

NORTH SEA Waterfront on Towd QUOGUE: Quaint 1 BR CotPoint Road. Newly renovated/ fur- tage. Dune Road. Steps to MayLD. $20K. nished. 3 Bed-room, 2 Bath, MD- Ocean. 212-481-3824, 917-453-0593 LD $35,000. (516)810-9017.

Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100

REMSENBURG secluded retreat. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths on canal with private dock, wrapped deck, dead end street. $22,000 MD- LD. (571)274-8686

Southampton Village– Pool and Tennis Condo! Close to beach, HARBOR SHARE walk to town location, 3 bedrooms, SAG 2.5 baths, central air, patio. MD– DOG OKAY, 1 single bedroom, private bath, AC, TV, garden, LD $19,500 walk town, $1,500 month, $950 Jean Carbone Real Estate year round, (631)725-1091 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY SAG HARBOR: 631-653-4197 Quiet cul-de-sac, walk to beach. Quogue– Prime location South of 3 BRs, 2 bath, Quogue Street, bike to beach, one high ceilings, full of Quogue’s charming older estate basement, outside entrance. updated, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 half Seasonal $20,000 baths, July only $55,000 Yearly $2,400/ month. Jean Carbone Real Estate Owner (631)553-6395 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY Sag Harbor: August Rental. 631-653-4197 Immaculate, 5 yr old home, 4 BR, 3.5 bath, central air, in-ground Quogue– Canal front with spec- heated pool, private bay-front comtacular views, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, munity, mooring available, no pets, $39,000.00 July 1st- LD no smoking. Contact: Joann 516-659-8704. Jean Carbone Real Estate SAG HARBOR: Quiet, private, newly refinished 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch, fireplace formal DR. screened porch, garage, AC, new kitchen, 2 minutes to village, 7 Quogue– 4 bedroom 3 bath conminutes to ocean beaches. temporary, heated pool with child $19,500 Season, year round safe fencing, all weather tennis $2,750/ month. (631)725-7189 court, MD- LD $45,000 Sag Harbor: 2+ BR Cottage, kitchen, LR, 100' from water, private beach, w/d, dr, decks. May 1Sept 1, $16,000. (914)772-3393 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197

QUOGUE BAY FRONT 7 BR Estate Manor on 2.5 acres All accommodations: dock/ boat slip, tennis, heated pool, hot tub, sauna, game room and more. Special 1/3 off summer rental. Principles Only Call owner (917)418-6872

Summer Rentals Shelter Island Real Estate Prime Summer Rentals, Sales, Waterfront. Drew Dunleavy, Broker, Buyers Rep. (516)316-8864 Shinnecock Hills: charming studio co-op, waterview, pool, quiet. 5 min to Village, no pets/ smoking. $9,000 OBO June- LD. 631-283-3068 Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100 Southampton- Casually Open and Spacious Post Modern! Cathedral living, fireplace, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, central air, garage and pool. MD– LD $38,000 Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100 Southampton WaterviewsOcean and Bay Vistas from On High! Deluxe contemp, cathedral ceiling, fireplace, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, central air, pool. MD– LD $65,000 SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE Storybook cottage on private acre 2.5 bedrooms. Bike to beach, Bay, Village Center. July $10,000, August- LD $12,000, MD- LD $18,500. (631)283-3339 (917)344-9556

Southampton: 2 BR, 1 bath house in Private Bay Beach Community, new kitchen & bath, $18,000 MDLD. SAG HARBOR Charming 2 bed- (914)715-9891 room house, porch, close to beach. MD- LD $13,500. (631)725-6030 SOUTHAMPTON: 3 BR 2.5 Bath Townhouse. Pools, Tennis, SAG HARBOR charming 3 Fitness. Season $21,000 Year bedroom. Walk to beach, min- Round $24,000. 914-739-0634, utes from town, $17,000 MD- 914-672-7391 LD extended Season. Southampton: 4 BR, 2 bath (631)252-1131 Sag Harbor: full season. Studio house in Private Bay Beach comw/ kitchen, bath, deck. All in- munity, stainless/ granite kitchcluded. Walk to beach, private en, new baths, sunroom. $25,000 entrance & parking, no smoking. MD- LD. (914)715-9891 $12,000. (631)725-7183 SAG HARBOR near beach, near village. 1 bedroom loft: MD- LD $10,500. Extended season available. 2 bedroom July & August $10,500. (516)459-9598

Sag Harbor Village 1 BR, 1 bath apt in historic district, walk to all, newly renovated. Gas heat Quogue: Bay Front Spectacular & hot water, no pets. On-site 5,000 sq ft Contemporary. Lavish parking. Long Season $13,500 great room/ dining area/ wall of 631-725-1743. windows looking out to bay. Sag Harbor Village: 2 BR, 1 Gourmet kitchen, private, spa- bath Farmhouse, totally renovatcious master bedroom, sitting ed, deck, walk to water. $25k room, jacuzzi bath. 4 additional MDLD. (631)725-4265, guest bedrooms, 7.5 baths. Beau- (917)207-0310 tiful water side, heated gunite pool, water fall, hot tub and hartru tennis Southampton: Attractively furcourt. MD- LD $175,000. Rose nished, adorable studio apartAlfano Lic. R.E. Salesperson ment. Private entrance. Pretty 631-335-8810 garden. Large, beautiful home. r a @ f i r s t h a m p t o n r e a l t y. c o m Caring owners. Season $10,400. (631)283-8613

Southampton: Great vacation home. July $35k. At end of quiet cul-de-sac, gracious house, 5 bedrooms upstairs (3 en-suite baths/ 2 adjoining baths) and 2 bedrooms in basement. Master bedroom has en-suite jacuzzi/ steam shower. Gourmet kitchen with 2 ovens/ 2 dishwashers and full eating area. 3 working fireplaces including cozy library/ den/ media room and screened in porch. Games galore with carpeted basement with pool/ air hockey, foosball in addition to ping pong table. The carpeted basement serves as a game room with pool table. Outside, enjoy the heated pool and serene setting. Prudential R.E., Aimee Fitzpatrick 631-288-6244 SOUTHAMPTON Townhouse 3 bedroom, 2.5 Bath, pool, tennis, gym, maid. July $12,500, August $14,500. Call (201)650-1466

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2EAL%STATEFOR2ENT Summer Rentals Southampton Village 3 BR, 2 bath w/ fplc and loft, CAC. Electric gated, lush private acre, heated 20x40 pool, koi pond with waterfall, wi-fi. Huge 2400 sq ft outdoor entertaining area. No Smoking/ pets/ shares. MD- LD $75,000. Extended season avail. (516)208-6994 Southampton Village Charming old Victorian offers bright, cheerful 1 bedroom apartment, completely furnished, each with private entrances and porches. Beautifully landscaped. Walk to all. Cable, internet included. Available MDLD or July & August. No smoking, no pets. (631)283-7043 (646)942-3870

Summer Rentals

Summer Rentals

Southampton: Waterfront StuWater Mill Cottage dio $7,995. MD- LD. Spectacular Shinnecock Bay view from 2 bed, 2 bath, recently 3.5 acre Co-op. Swimming pool, renovated. Swimming pool, laundry on premises, full kitchtennis, A/C. Available en/ bath, walk-in closet, ceiling MD- LD, $25,000 fans, BBQ in backyard, twin bed 631-726-4477 & twin sofa bed. Absolutely no pets. References required. Water Mill Great location Main E 3 r d B a s e @ Y a h o o . c o m House with 5 BR, 5 Bth, Separ(917) 685-8203 ate Guest Cottage. Pool House, Pool JulyLD Springs Clearwater Assoc, pri- Heated vate setting, mature landscaping, $65,000 631-726-5352 1,800 sf, 3 decks, 3 BR, 2 bath renovated house, CAC, heated pool. By owner. Principles only. MD- LD $26k, available extended dates. Sale $700k. 631-604-1300 Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100

Southampton: guest suite in historic house, sitting room, BR, private bath and entrance, TV, fridge, microwave, walk to train, village, Jitney. Suitable 1 or 2, no pets. MD- LD, $7,500. (631)283-0730

Water Mill– Inviting Barn Style Delight! Private acre, gourmet kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, central air, brick terrace, heated pool. MD– LD $50,000

Southampton Village South Walk to ocean, restaurants, Renovated 2 BR cottage. June $9,000, July $12,000, August $13,000. Weekly available. (212)786-2562

WATER MILL/ DEERFIELD 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, CAC, 18x44 heated gunite pool, 1.5 acres. July 1- LD $45,000 (631)871-1808

Westhampton: Beachfront, Dune Road. Fully furnished top floor view with stunning ocean views. Newly decorated with "beachy all white feel," whimsically decorated 1 BR with Queen size murphy bed in LR, sleeps 4, full bath, updated kitchen, cable, IPod player, stereo, Internet access, heated pool, tennis, no pets or smoking. MD- LD $22,000 July/ August (07/31-09/06) $20,000 Ext. Season (05/15-10/15) $29,000 Aimee Fitzpatrick Martin, Prudential Elliman 631-357-0016

Summer Rentals Water Mill North 7,000 Sq. Ft. Home plus finished basement on 5+ Acres in Private Gated Community. 8 Bedrooms (2 master suites), 8.5 Baths, Jacuzzi, Media Room, Viking Kitchen w/ Granite tops throughout, Eat-in. Library, fireplace, Central air, 2 wet bars. Sound system throughout. Professionally Landscaped. Mahogany decking, 20x40 heated gunite pool with hot tub, all-weather tennis court, recreation area, media room, staff quarters. MD- LD $225,000 For sale: $5.6 million Tara Jean Associates, Inc. Real Estate (631)726-5600 (516)317-0346 cell (516)510-4017 cell WATER MILL Park like setting on 9 acres with private pond. 5 bed, 4 bath, heated gunite pool, 2 miles to Southampton, 5 min from ocean, walk to Water Mill. July $35,000, August $40,000, season $85,000. (917)572-5090 Westhampton/ Remsenburg Charming guest cottage, 1 BR on family estate with pool, tennis and boat dock. $5,000 per month. (631)882-1986

Summer Rentals

Summer Rentals

Westhampton 6 BR, 4 marble baths, pool, tennis court & hot tub. Season $30,000 or monthly. Also, 2 apts on the beach from $2,000 monthly. (212)980-1212 Westhampton Beach BARGAIN. Studio on the bay, tennis, pool, restaurant, salon, spa & beach on premises. Have a great time! Season/ month. Linda 845-558-1889

WESTHAMPTON CONDO ON DUNE ROAD BEACH Westhampton Bath & Tennis 1 bedroom suite overlooking ocean. Prime unit, marina, tennis, pool, spa, gym, restaurants... Available daily, weekly, monthly or MD- LD. By Owner Call Jeff: Cell (201)723-9440

Westhampton Beach, lovely house, charmingly decorated, 3 BR, 2 bath, deck, fplces. $17,500 MD- LD, includes all, extras. Absolutely no pets/ smoking (516)456-5776

Year Round Rentals

Westhampton Beach O C EA N F R O NT Yardarm

East Hampton Springs

2 BR, 1.5 baths, private deck, pool, tennis. $25,000 plus cable MD- LD

2 BR, 2 bath contemporary, CAC, finished basement, clean, bright. Abuts town reserve insuring the utmost privacy. Close to Bay beaches. Available year round.

917-279-9381 718-875-3131

$2,250 per month Call (516)380-0538

WESTHAMPTON Beautiful 4 BR w/ waterview, boat dock, heated pool, Jacuzzi. Very private. MD- LD $56,000, Aug., $25,000. 917-592-6939

Quogue East Realty Co. (631) 653-9660

Westhampton: Great 4 BR, 3 Bath. Air Conditioned. Heated Pool. Private Acre. Cable TV. Internet. Season $23,500. Owner (631)288-6458 or (212)375-9100

East Quogue. 2 story. Newly redone 4 br, 2 ba cape. $2,500.

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Hampton Bays new 3 BR, 2 bath cottage, $1,800 + utilities. (631)745-4962

East Quogue: New 2 bedroom, 1 bath apt. Available Immediately $1,500 includes all. No pets, no smoking. (631)653-8598

HAMPTON BAYS newly updated 3 bedroom, 1 bath, garage, basement, deck. $1,800 +utilities. No smoking, no pets. (631)728-5860 LAUREL house trailer. 2 bedroom. Private stand alone trailer, creek side, nice views. No cats/ dogs. 55+ Park. $950 plus utilities. (631)298-8623 Noyac, 2 bedrooms, full bath, large kitchen, large living room, porch, full basement, W/D, walk to beach & stores. $2,000 per month. George Heine Realty 631-725-9001

E^jmqlkp@lokbopqlkb Consider: real estate, plus a top grossing business! Loads of municipal parking behind the building. The building itself is two-story, wood frame, with two very spacious apartments upstairs, and a most charming restaurant below. The restaurant seats 55, and the bar another 10. A covered outdoor patio seats 55, and side walk dining adds another 16; total seating in season 136. Opportunities like this come around once in a proverbial blue moon. Don’t let this one get away! Offered at $4,500,000.

Quogue East Realty Co. (631) 653-9660 Quogue. 1 br, 1 ba apartment. $990 includes heat and hot water.

Engel & Völkers · Telephone +1-631-287-9260 20 Main Street · Southampton · NY 11968

Sag Harbor



Avail immediately. Beautifully renovated charming waterfront cottage, 2/ 3 BR's, 2 baths, dock, little private beach, 2 minutes to Village. $3,500 monthly. (631)487-5519

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2EAL%STATEFOR2ENT2EAL%STATEFOR3ALE Year Round Rentals SAG HARBOR $2,050 Close to village, walk to Bay beach, newly renovated 3 bedroom, 1 full bath, central AC, new windows, new kitchen, gas range, finished basement, garage. Plenty of storage, unfurnished, available May 15. Prior rental references a must! Call (631)725-4212 Sag Harbor Village (1) Ranch, 2 BR, 1.5 Bath W/D, EIK, DW, Full Basement, Garage, Dead End Street. Minutes from Main Street. $2,250+. (2) 1 BR apt., 2nd floor, EIK, bright, clean, private entrance, available May 1, $1,400+. 631-725-4895


Bridgehampton Brand New *Spectacular 7,200sq. ft. 7BR, 7 full bath on 6 acres. Heated gunite pool, jacuzzi, tennis, basketball, gym, cook’s kitchen, DR, game room, 6 TVs. *Also 7 BR, 5 bath house avail with all amenities. Weekly or weekends. Owner 212-285-2440 EAST HAMPTON PRE-SEASON SPECIAL! Cozy, compact well maintained cottage. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath separate studio with sleeping area outside back door. Stroll to nearby Maidstone Beach. Convenient to town and other attractions. View cottage at listing #261359. Weekly rental $1,500. Call (347)677-6422

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Rooms Available For Rent With Kitchen & Private Bath Walking Distance To Montauk Highway $950/ Month Unfurnished $1,050/ Month Furnished $275 Weekly Furnished $100 Daily Furnished For Further Information Call (631) 728-5131


EAST HAMPTON Barnes Landing, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 18x36 pool, large deck, private beach parking, excellent rental history, quiet street, reduced for fast sale, $695,000. Owner (631)495-5118


EA ST P O RT Beautiful Victorian w/ unobstructed Moriches Bay views. Wonderful private residence or use as flourishing Bed and Breakfast. $1,900,000. Hickey and Smith Realtors (631)751-4488.


GREENPORT Great location! Front Street. Approximately 1,300 s.f. Rent $1,950. Tel. (631)477-1470 Monday- Friday SAG HARBOR Village 1 BR 8:30 am- 4:30 pm. apt, LR, EIK. Main Street $1,575/ Month. Season $9,500. HAMPTON BAYS: Buildings: (212)213-4365 3,600 sq. ft. $2400/ month; 2,000 sq. ft. $1,500/ month. First Sag Harbor Village month is free. Both have Heat, Prime location, 3 BRs, 2 baths, Bathroom. 220 3ph volts. EIK, Fplc, W/D, garage, porch (631)728-1114 & deck. Unfurnished. Walk to everything. Available May 1st $2,400 mo. SAG HARBOR: Highly visible, (760)333-3220 newly refinished store with 1 bedroom apartment, excellent SAGAPONACK 4 bedroom, 3.5 parking, over 4,000 sq. ft. of inbath, heated pool, 3 car garage, side and out merchandising close to everything, MD- LD space, (631)725-7189 $70,000, July $30,000, August $35,000, longer season available, Shelter Island: Commercial (631)276-3317 property for rent. 250sf retail Southampton: 2 BR Full Bath space with excellent visibility on House W/D, Dishwasher, Base- Route 114. $750 monthly. ment, Garage. $1800 plus Available April 1. Call utilities. 631-259-3616 631-749-4062

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EAST HAMPTON DREAM BEACHHOUSE. 3 Bedrooms, 2 newly renovated baths, huge EIK, new stainless steel appliances, heated pool, on private half acre, one mile to private gated Clearwater Beach and marina. $599,000. Call Owner. (516)343-5592


4 BR, 3.5 beautifully renovated bathrooms, stone fireplace, heated pool, CAC, finished basement, mooring rights, circular driveway. $795,000. Call Caterina Proner, LSA

Hampton 3 BR, 2.5 baths. Entire 2nd floor Master Suite w/ large 2 room bath & balcony. Fplc, outside shower. Total renovation completed in 2008. Situated on quiet cul-de-sac, 2 minutes from village. $990,000. Principals only. Owner (631)745-9785

East Hampton off Hands Creek Rd. Pristine Saltbox Minutes to Beach & Village.

(917)569-0635 East Hampton Springs

2 BR, 2 bath contemporary, CAC, finished basement, clean, bright. Abuts town reserve insuring the utmost privacy. Close to Bay beaches. Owner financing available. $550k.

East Hampton Springs, Renovated 3 BR, 2 bath ranch, New everything! LR w/ fplc, new stainless & granite kitchen, 1/2 acre, room for pool, deeded private marina and beach. $489,000. 516-769-1050 Quogue East Realty Co. (631) 653-9660 East Quogue. Turn key ranch offering 2 br, 1 ba, living room, dining room, newly renovated kitchen, full basement, one car garage, deck on 1/2 acre in Bay Estates. Exclusive $499,000 Quogue East Realty Co. (631) 653-9660

Call (516)380-0538 EAST HAMPTON village fringe. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, private yard. Half acre. $495,000. Appointment. (631)897-2151


HAMPTON BAYS/ Red Creek newly renovated 7 bedroom, 7 bath 10 minutes from Southampton. Must see! $949,000. (631)286-4726

East Quogue. Beautiful ranch offering an open floor plan. Large family room with fireplace, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, 2 br, 1 ba, formal dining room, patio and garage. Exclusive $460,000

East Hampton 3 BR, 3 bth, custom built home Top quality throughout. Masonry fplc, outdoor shower, entertainment room, large 2 car attached garage. $1,100,000. (631)324-8820

WATER MILL SQUARE3,250 square feet. Prime Montauk Highway, $5,950/ $4,000/ $2,000. Offices at $325, $675, $1,000. Doctor's office $1,100. Call Ben (212)685-6500

EAST HAMPTON 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, CAC, 2 car garage, all hardwood floors, .75 acre. $675,000. Principals only. (631)793-2078

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YOU ARE INVITED TO VIEW THIS UNIQUE CLASSIC HOME ON APRIL 25TH, 2010 FROM 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (RSVP IS REQUIRED) Listing Price $4,500,000 SOUTHAMPTON Spectacular view on this 10,000 sq. ft. living space Traditional home on 2 acres with winter water views. 5 BR, 8 baths, 12-20 ft coffered ceilings w/ elaborate details. 3000 sq.ft. decking, professional movie theater, infinity multi level pool w/waterfall, 20 person indoor Roman bath, fully equipped gym, high tech audio visual security system. Can be sold furnished Also Available For Summer Rental $300,000. Amazing view. A must see!!! Low taxes!! Great rental home! Great corporate event home!! Or for a year-round domicile. RSVP to my e-mail address or please call at (631) 672-4602.

WALK ONLY 600 FEET TO THE OCEAN!!!! 1.5 acre dune parcel has just been reduced to an unbelievable $1,995,000! It comes with all permits to build a 4 bedroom residence with screened porch, pool and decking. The deal of a lifetime. EXCLUSIVE. Call Kim Hovey, President on her cell 516-527-6082.

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Jean Carbone Real Estate 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197 East Quogue– Poets delight– 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, great fireplace .60 of an acre, $375,000 Exclusive.

East Quogue WATERFRONT! 75' Dockage. Sunfilled ranch. CAC, Full basement, Great Room. $719,500. (owner) (631)728-1174

Hampton Bays 2 BR, 2 bath home, kitchen, dining room, den, basement. 1/3 acre property. Storage shed in backyard. All new kitchen in 2006. $399,000. Call Vic (631)948-3651.



Jean Carbone Real Estate 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197

Jean Carbone Real Estate 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197

Quiogue– New listing– Charming waterfront with tranquil views in a great neighborhood, 3 bedrooms and 2 and one half baths, library, formal dining room, Pool w/ pool house, 2 car garage, $1,595,000 Exclusive.

Quogue– New to the Market– Great Location Post Modern with impeccable grounds, Privacy, Privacy, Privacy, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, Salt Water Pool, All Weather Tennis court, $1,950,000 Exclusive.

Poquott Waterfront! Superb custom brick mansion on 2 magnificent acres on Port Jefferson Harbor with private path to beach. $4,999,000. Hickey & Smith Realtors (631)751-4488

Shinnecock Hills Waterfront Deep water docking and specSAG HARBOR/ Noyac 3 BRS, tacular views. To view photos, 2 Bath home. Quiet, upscale go to: beach community. $550,000. choose Sept 2009, inlet, joes (631)725-1433 (516)680-4417 $1,560,000. (516)449-3515

Shinnecock Hills/ Waterfront Coldspring Inlet Floating dock deep water. Spectacular views! 4 BRs, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, enclosed sun room, deck, finished basement, CAC, unQuiogue– Artist Chalet– 2 bed- derground sprinklers, outdoor room 2 bath charmer with fire- shower. $1,560,000 place, ROW to water, .50 acres (516)449-3515 $750,000 Exclusive

Quogue East Realty Co. (631) 653-9660 Quogue. Exquisite cape 4 br, 3 ba, cathedral living room, fireplace, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, finished basement with bath, garage. Exclusive $895,000

SETAUKET "Usable Waterfront" Exciting views of Conscience Bay from this newly renovated solid farm ranch with all amenities. $3,500,000. Hickey and Smith Realtors (631)751-4488


Expansive Waterview Southampton: Estate FSBO 4,500 sq ft beautifully remodeled 4 BR, 3.5 bath contemporary home, on a 2 acre hilltop overlooking the Great Peconic Bay. Recently reduced $2,100,000 Tour online @

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Hampton Bays - Wow Giant new 5 bedroom, 3 bath home. 50 foot upper deck across rear of house with master bedroom & dining room entrances. Ideal mother/ daughter Just reduced to $530,000 Present all offers. Call Ron 631-283-2977



or call (631)283-5195 SOUTHOLD HORSE FARM FSBO, income producing, owner financing, 3 barns, 23 stalls, 10 acres, 1,800 sq. ft. house completely restored, groom's apartment, possible lease. Call for terms. $1,395,000. (631)725-5702 (631)871-5902


WESTHAMPTON BEACH 3 BR Oceanfront Pool, Tennis, On the Beach Folio 73740 $649K Arthur & Robin Lechner Coldwell Banker Prestigious Properties (631)848-8469

Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100 SouthamptonValue Priced Best Buy! Vaulted ceiling living, open dining, family room, brick fireplace, hardwood floors, tiled kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central air, garage, room for pool. Exclusive $495,000

WATER MILL TOWD ROAD 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath near all, on .58 acre. Horse farm views. Turnkey. $1,150,000 (917)359-0293


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LIFE’S A BEACH Maidstone Landing on the Sound... Views to Connecticut. Southampton Village A Classic Colonial in the heart of the village. 4 BRs, 2 Baths. Heated Gunite pool and spa tub. Now $1,495,000! Internet #44122. Call Mary Broidy (917) 287-5207 Beau Hulse Realty Group Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 631/283-8100

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Westhampton– Waterfront, 1+ 2 homes on 1 property, room for exacre prime location, $1,100,000 pansion, pool and potential. Exclusive $2.5M WEB# 31380 Dakota Arkin Exclusive 631.267.7422

Resale's from $650,000 to $989,000 Walk to private beach, pool, clubhouse & tennis. 20 foot vaulted ceilings, living room, dining room, gourmet kitchens with breakfast room. Main floor Master Bedroom. 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Decks and patios, 2 car garage, full walk out basements. If you have seen the rest, now see the best!

Water Mill- Endless Expansion Call toll free 866-427-1886 Possibilities! Gorgeous 1.1 acre Lee Testa site, Main Residential Cottage with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath PLUS Commercial Network Inc. Separate Smaller Cottage with fireplace, detached 2-car garage. WESTHAMPTON BEACH Co-Exclusive $1,250,000 Boaters Dream, Waterfront Coop. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath. Heart of Village. Dock your Boat Right Out Front! 2 Large Decks. Water views from every window. Newly Renovated/ Mint Condition! Open Year Round. Reduced $479,000. Broker (516)982-5110 Westhampton Beach $299,000 Great starter/ summer home in the heart of the Village. Close to all. New roof/ siding/ heating system & hot water heater. Plenty of room for expansion. Rose Alfano Lic. R.E. Salesperson 631-335-8810

Out of Town HUDSON VALLEY Home 1 hour from NYC.... 4- 5 BR In Exclusive Family Club. Swimming, Tennis, Riding, Sailing, Club House. $800,000. (631)523-6481

Commercial Westhampton: 15,500 sq. ft. building, zoned HB on 2.6 acres. Exclusive, Richmond Realty (631)727-5500 ext: 13

Realtor Listings Prudential Douglas Elliman Westhampton Beach Office 631.288.6244 Westhampton Beach $2,150,000 Newly built 5 br, 5.5 bth Post Modern. Master suite, 2 car garage, formal living, FDR, family room and professional kitchen, in-ground pool. #66930 Quiogue/ WHB Post Modern home features gorgeous landscaping, heated pool, master suite, 4 marble bths and professional kitchen. #56316 Westhampton $979,000 Open great room, 3 brs, 2 bths on .55 acres. Expansion possibilities. Beautifully landscaped with a bluestone patio surrounding the new waterside pool, new bulkhead too. #H0144048.

East Hampton Condo For Sale. Year round condo. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great room, dining room, fireplace, wood floors, gourmet kitchen- granite, subway tiles, stainless appliances, tennis, pool, ceiling fans throughout, front and rear decks, full basement, new heat pump system, CAC, new windows & sliders. furnished low maintenance. Just Reduced to $655,000. By Owner. (718)614-1805 (718)352-2502 Jean Carbone Real Estate 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197


Quogue– 1 acre building lot in upscale subdivision, $795,000.

Amagansett. On a .74 acre Lane lot, window walled modern surrounded by lush landscaping. Heated pool. Exclusive $3M WEB# 55728 Ted Goldbergh 631.267.7415

Amagansett. Hidden on 2 acres, 3 bedroom contemporary just north of village with heated pool. Exclusive $1.195M WEB# 51179 Deirdre Jowers Montauk. Suit your lifestyle, design 631.267.7412 6,500 SF +/- full-service oceanfront stand-alone Co-op your way. Co-ExAmagansett. New to the market, nearly clusive $9.95M WEB# 28744 Krae new light filled 3,235 SF +/- home on Van Sickle 631.267.7400 1.92 acres. B-ball, tennis, pool. Exclusive $2.195M WEB# 51190 Erin KeBridgehampton Offices neally 631.267.7426 1936 Montauk Hwy/ 2405 Main St 631.537.3900/ 631.537.7773 East Hampton. Just East of Village, light and airy traditional. CAC, covered Water Mill. Townhouse with pool and porches, garage and pool. Exclusive tennis, Condo, 3 ensuite beds, 3 floors,

Water Mill. 2 acre waterfront lot, bay and oceanviews from cul-de-sac lot. Sunsets over the water. Exclusive $5.75M WEB# 3323 Lylla Carter 631.702.9262 Southampton. Village farmhouse on 1 acre property. Great location, endless possibilities. Exclusive $3.495M WEB# 6600 Mary Slattery 631.702.9263

An immaculate 3 bedroom Southampton Village home close to ocean beaches, retail stores, and restaurants. MD – LD $58,000. Wooded .63 acre lot close to village/ Ocean $ 269.000

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Amagansett. Your own Hampton Classic, gracious traditional on 1.3 acres of park like grounds. Room for pool. CoExclusive $5.995M WEB# 55427 Phyllis Estey 631.267.7431

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East Hampton, Northwest Woods landfall community. 1 Hidden Chalet on 1 acre great value. acre, $790,000. For Sale By $ 649.000 Owner. (631)324-5042 Jean Carbone Real Estate 61 Montauk Highway Quogue, NY 631-653-4197

Amagansett. Secluded Dunes retreat, 4 bedroom 3,000 SF +/- contemporary on shy acre with heated pool plus hot tub. Exclusive $1.8M WEB# 44046 Agnes Bristel 631.267.7402

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East Quogue $2,195,000 5,000 sq. ft. Post Modern, offering 5 brs, 5.5 bths, marble entry foyer, master suite, custom kitchen, guest suite and 2 car garage. #H33763

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$1.695M WEB# 31778 Brian Nichol- CAC, low taxes, near ocean. Exclusive son 631.267.7406 $599K WEB# 47780 Renee Despins 917.439.3404 East Hampton. Easy living in East Hampton price reduction. Sunny ClearEast Hampton Office water 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Huge den, 51 Main Street fireplace, heated pool, deck, lawn. Ex631.324.3900/6900 clusive $740K WEB# 41846 Martha Prelim 631.267.7417 Amagansett. Pool, patio and pergola, designer's own 4 bedroom Village oaEast Hampton. Mid Century Modern, sis. CAC and heated gunite pool. Cogeometric angles and glass: The Butter- Exclusive $2M WEB# 47649 Arlene fly House; room for pool. Exclusive Reckson 917.331.3919 $725K WEB# 15619 Arlene Reckson 917.331.3919 Amagansett. Nestled in the sand, enjoy Napeague Harbor sunsets and sailing East Hampton. Architectural beauty, from waterfront cottage. Exclusive amenity filled almost new 4,000 SF +/- $1.9M WEB# 24717 Krae VanSickle Bull Path beauty. 1 acre, pool, CAC. 631.267.7400 Exclusive $2.2M WEB# 29952 Suzanne Rose 631.267.7420 Montauk Office 729D Montauk Highway Montauk. Ditch Plains Ranch, single 631.668.3500 story 4 bedroom home near the east coast's best surfing beach. Exclusive Montauk. Ditch Plains Lot, build your $795K WEB# 23765 John Taylor own beach house less than 250 yards 631.267.7453 from the best surfing beach. Exclusive $375K WEB# 5405 John Taylor Amagansett. Across from the Ocean, 6531.267.7453 spacious Dunes home has excellent rental history. Wood floors, CAC. ExSouthampton Office clusive $2.395M WEB# 24002 Vicky 88 Main Street Thompson 631.267.7430 631.283.7300

Quogue– South of Quogue Street, 3/4 of an acre in prime location, $1,100,000

Breathtaking compound sited on 8.25 lush private acres in the prime North Shore. Gated entrance leads to a masterpiece home of over 12,000 sq. ft plus 6000 sq ft. with 10 ft. ceilings studded basement. Elevator to 3 levels. Exquisite plantings abound. Outdoor pool with 2nd Gourmet kitchen, beautiful indoor pool. Guest quarters tennis court, 24 hour police protection/childrens camp. Offered at $9,775,000

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SAG HARBOR. SAT. 4/24, 11AM1PM. 20 COVE DRIVE. Stunning New Waterfront. Modernist open plan, 3+ bedrooms, 2.5-baths, great views, pool, dock. Co-Exclusive $3.495M WEB# 25603 Tom Griffith 631.907.1497

BRIDGEHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 11AM-1PM. 12 MILLSTONE ROAD. ’09 Modern Traditional. 4,400 SF+/in horse country. Four bedrooms, 3.5 marble baths with the extras. Gunite pool. Gorgeous and new. Exclusive $1.865M WEB# 36513 Elise Douglas 917.864.0440 Cristina Matos 631.766.3378

BRIDGEHAMPTON. SUN. 4/25, 11AM-1:30PM. 12 PHEASANT DR. Multi-Family Cape In Tony Area. Spacious 3BR, 3BA Cape+separate 1-bedroom apt. shy acre, cac. Co-Exclusive $1.4M WEB# 20586 Renee Despins 917.439.3404 Jack Zito 516.982.4419

WATER MILL. SAT. 4/24, 11AM-1PM. 27 FAIRBANKS COURT. Traditional. Fabulous 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,400 SF+/- home minutes to Southampton village. Motivated seller. Exclusive $1.095.5M WEB# 53090 Jocelyn Meyer 631.204.2677

WATER MILL. SAT. 4/24, 11:30AM1PM. 10 HEAD OF POND RD. UNIT#2 Townhouse with pool, tennis, near ocean. Turnkey. 3 ensuite BRs, 3.5 baths, 3 floors, cac, fp, yard, low taxes. Exclusive $599K WEB# 47780 Renee Despins 917.439.3404 Jack Zito 516.982.4419

WATER MILL SOUTH. SAT. 4/24, 1-4PM. 39 COBB HILL LANE. Bike to ocean. 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, carriage house, pool and tennis court. Exclusive $5.8M WEB# 22902 Tim Davis 631.283.7300 ext. 211

SOUTHAMPTON. SUN. 4/25, 12-2PM. 32 POST CROSSING. Superb Southampton Village New Construction. Five BR, 6BA home and pool on large central village parcel. Exclusive $3.999M WEB# 53748 Krae Van Sickle 631.267.7400 Lylla Carter 631.875.1976

SOUTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 11AM1PM. 40 OLD FORT LANE. Boaters Paradise 5 Minutes From Village. Pristine 6BR house in the most amazing waterfront setting. Exclusive $2.495M WEB# 36590 Sandra Griffin or Holly Dunham 631.204.2639

SOUTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 1-3PM. 75 PECONIC BAY AVENUE. Waterfront On Peconic Bay. Southampton vacation spot you will never forget in this 3-bedroom home. Exclusive $1.699M WEB# 55530 Jennifer Mahoney 631.702.9212

SOUTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 11AM-1PM. 4 LONG SPRINGS ROAD. Five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 3,000 SF+/Art studio with private entrance. 1.1 acre. Add a pool. Great value. Exclusive $1.499M WEB# 49196 Elise Douglas 917.864.0440 Cristina Matos 631.766.3378

SOUTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 1:303:30PM. 17 BEECHWOOD DRIVE. Traditional. Just reduced. Four bed-room, 3 bath, 2,200 SF+/traditional on .3 acre. Room for pool. Exclusive $649K WEB# 52380 Jocelyn Meyer 631.204.2677

SOUTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 11AM2PM. 40 ST ANDREWS CIRCLE. 1-Level South Of Highway. Pool and tennis. St. Andrews Community, new 3BR, 2BAs, hi-end kitchen, CAC. Exclusive $649K WEB# 42090 Renee Despins 917.439.3404 Jack Zito 516.982.4419

WESTHAMPTON. SAT. 4/24, 3-5PM. 2 WOOD HOLLOW DRIVE. Mill Pond 1-level. Beautifully maintained 3+BR, 3 bath Post Modern with finished basement and heated pool. Wine and cheese will be served. Exclusive $859K WEB# 52854 Ina Ferrara 631.680.1392

QUOGUE. SAT. 4/24, 11:30AM2:30PM. 1 BLUEBERRY LANE. Spectacular Post Modern. Secluded 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath. Pool, 1.1 acre, Quogue beach rights. Low taxes, amenities galore, must see. Exclusive $969K WEB# 44281 Gina Arcuri 631.327.2720

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