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Open House • Sun., June 10 • 1-2:30pm 41 Hildreth Avenue. Bridgehampton. $1,295,000 Two story, 3 BR, 2 BA home designed by Eugene Futterman. It showcases an open LR filled with sunlight, FP & floor to ceiling glass doors. Renovation includes new siding, front/rear decking. Close to ocean beaches & Village. Exclusive. #54607 Dir: Montauk Hwy. to Ocean Rd., left on Sagaponack Rd., 1st left on Hildreth Ave. Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat., & Sun., June 9 & 10 • 11am-1pm 5 Emily Court, Hampton Bays. $1,200,000 View 6 quality crafted homes, w/4BR, pool, garages, on shy acres. Exclusive. #58412 Dir. Sunrise Hwy to exit 65N, right at 1st light Old Riverhead Rd., left on Squires Blvd, 1ST right on Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721 Emily Ct.

Open House • Sun. June 10 • 1-3pm 58 Romana Drive, Hampton Bays. $575,000 3 BRs, 2 BAs, dining area with den, LR, & laundry room off kit. Exclusive. #61217 Dir. Montauk Hwy to West Tiana Rd., left on Romana Dr. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721

Open House • Sat., & Sun., June 9 & 10 • 11am-5pm 99 Cresent Street, Sag Harbor. $1,995,000 Enjoy the panoramic waterviews from this 1 story home offering 2 BRs, 1.5 BAs and detached studio/garage. 100’ bulkheading with private beach and deep water for swimming or boating. Close to Village. Exclusive. #60855 Dir: Noyac Road, Left on Whitney Rd, take to end to Crescent St Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat. & Sun. June 9 & 10 • 2:30-4:30pm 6 Whispering Fields Ct., Water Mill. $2,635,000 5,400 sq. ft. Traditional home offering 6 BRs, 6.5 BAs, FDR, 2 FPLs gourmet KIT, CAC, full basement, 2-car garage, & gunite pool. Exclusive. #53003 Dir: Montauk Hwy to Deerfield Rd. north, right on Head of Pond Rd., left to Whispering Fields Ct. Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat. & Sun., June 9 & 10 •12-2pm 63 Tansey Lane, Bridgehampton. $1,495,000 New 2,800 sq. ft. home sits on a .43 acre & backs a reserve w/4 BRs, 2.5 BAs EIK, hardwood floors & FPs on each side of the house, deck overlooks pool. Exclusive. #58843 Dir: 27 East left on Brigehampton Tpke, right on Woodruff, right on Tansey Ln. Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat. June 9 • 1-3pm 34A Woodridge Road, Hampton Bays. $425,000 Peaceful ranch on quiet street, featuring 3 BRs,1 BA & partial finished basement. Exclusive #61157 Dir. Wakeman or Lynn to Woodridge. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721

Open House • Sun. June 10 • 1-3pm 42 Lovell Road, Hampton Bays. $405,000 2 BRs, 2 BAs, deck, 1-car gar., partial basement & den w/FP. Exclusive #60899 Dir. Montauk Hwy. to Ponquogue, left on Lyncliff, right on Wakeman, left on Riverdale, left on Lovell, house is corner of Lynn & Lovell. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721 Open House • Sun. June 10 • 1-3pm 45A Bellows Terrace Rd., Hampton Bays. $690,000 Large 4 BRs, 2 BAs, Ranch home w/fenced yard, heated gunite pool & 2 car garage. Exclusive #61145 Dir. Rt 24 south, right on Montauk Hwy. make left on Terrace Rd, make right on Bellows Terrace Rd. house on left. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721


Open House • Sat., June 9 • 1-3 pm 77 Northside Drive, Sag Harbor. $1,595,000 Traditional home on 1 acre in multi million dollar neighborhood features on the first floor 1 BR with BA, EIK, DR & family room and the second level offers 2 master BRs w/BAs & guest room. Also includes 2-car garage & pool. Exclusive #46248. Dir: North on North Sea Rd., right on Noyac Rd., right on Northside Hills (sign) English Garden Lane, right on Northside Drive. Southampton Office 631.283.4343


Open House • Sat., & Sun., June 9 & 10 • 12-2pm 14 Southampton Hills Ct., Southampton. $2,950,000 Two story 6,000 sq. ft. Traditional home features 5 BRs, 6.5 BAs, FDR and EIK. Amenities include: CAC, 4 FPLs & 2 car garage w/1,200 sq. ft. bonus room. The 1.26 acres of natural landscape surround the gunite pool with flagstone patio. CoExclusive. #50747 Dir: Montauk Hwy east thru Water Mill, left onto Deerfield Rd., left onto Middle Line Hwy, right on Southampton Hills Ct. Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat., June 9 • 1-3pm 538 Deerfield Road, Water Mill. $1,575,000 A Victorian charmer set on a sweeping 1.4 acres, private, gardens and rolling lawn, gunite pool. Three BRs with a turret in the master. Historic details with all the modern conveniences. Exclusive. #59611 Dir: 27 East north on to Deerfield Rd. on South-West corner of Head of Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900 Pond.

N OYA C Open House • Sun., June 10 • 1-3pm 83 East Tiana Road, Hampton Bays. $495,000 Cape, 3 BR, new EIK & BAs. Exclusive #58698. Dir. Sunrise Exit 65 S, Montauk Hwy. west to East Tiana. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721 Open House • Sat. June 9 • 12noon-2pm 5 Park Street, East Hampton. $795,000 Newly Cape w/4 BRs, 3 BAs on over a half acre. Covered porch, high ceiling basement & new appliances. Large yard w/room for pool. #52557 Dir: Springs Fireplace Rd, left at Harbor Blvd, right on Park St. East Hampton Office 631.329.9400

Open House • Sun. June 10 • 1-3pm 15 Riverdale Drive, Hampton Bays. $439,000 Cozy country ranch with 2BR, 1BA, gar. Exclusive. #59222 Dir. Montauk Hwy to Ponquogue, left on Lyncliff, right on Wakeman, left on Riverdale #15 on left. Hampton Bays Office 631.723.2721

Open House • Sat., June 9 • 12noon-2pm 80 Underwood Dr., East Hampton. $650,000 This great ranch in Clearwater has plenty of room with 4 BRs and lots of living space in the finished basement. On a shy half acre, there is plenty of room for a pool. A quick trip to the Clearwater private beach and marina. Exclusive. #60369 Dir: Springs Fireplace Rd., left on Underwood East Hampton Office 631.329.9400 Open House • Sat., June 9th 12noon-2pm 14 Boxwood Street, East Hampton. July $11,000, Aug $13,250, July & Aug $22,000 Three BRs &1.5 BAs. Very close to the Village of East Hampton, shops and restaurants. Minutes away from ocean beaches. Beautifully landscaped with a nice pool. Located on a very quiet street. #250314 Dir: Cedar Street to Boxwood. East Hampton Office 631.329.9400

Open House • Sat. June 9 • 12noon-2pm 6 Bernard Place, Noyac. $750,000 A spacious Pine Neck home desiring TLC to meet a wonderful potential. Partial renovation has begun. Moor a boat next door. Nestled in a community on a white, sandy Peconic Bay beach. Waterviews overlooking the cove/creek leading to the wide open bay. Exclusive. #60918 Dir: Noyac Rd. to Pine Neck to Bernard Place Sag Harbor Office 631.725.0200


Open House • Sun. June 10 • 1-3pm 99 Bay Avenue, Hampton Bays $559,000 Open & airy, totally renovated inside and out, 3BR, 2BA, pool. Exclusive. #59235 Dir: Montauk Hwy to Ponquogue, left on Bay Ave, 3rd house on Hampton Bays Office 631.723.272 left.

Open House • Sat. & Sun., June 9 & 10 • 2:30-4:30pm 2622 Deerfield Rd., Sag Harbor, $1,995,000 Set on 2 acres, this split-level, farm-style home features an open 6,000 sq.ft. floor plan w/5 BRs, 6 BAs, gourmet KIT w/dining area, LR w/FP & office. Heated Gunite pool, tennis court w/adjacent cabana. Exclusive. #59463 Dir: Rt 27 east north on Deerfield Rd. Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sat., June 9 • 3-5 pm 68 Island Creek Road, Southampton. $3,550,000 Waterfront estate on 1.9 acres is 3,900 sq. ft., 5 en suite BRs, EIK, heated gunite pool and private path down to waters edge Co-Exclusive #56813. Dir: North Sea Rd, left on Millstone Brook Rd., right on West Neck Road, right onto Island Creek Southampton Office 631.283.4343 Open House • Sun., June 10 • 11am-1 pm 98 Spring Pond Lane, Southampton. $1,675,000 This 2- story 5,000 sq. ft. Traditional 5 BR, 4 BA house on .92 acres in prestigious "Cold Spring Fairways" nestled to world renowned Shinnecock & Sebonac Golf Courses. Minutes to Cold Spring Pond (Peconic Bay Accessable) & 2 clay community tennis courts. Gourmet KIT, double-height LR w/brick FP, library w/ gas fireplace & wetbar, hardwood floors, CAC, finished lower level & htd. gunite pool. Co-Exclusive. #54498 Dir: West on Co. Rd. #39, right on Tuckahoe La., left on Sebonac Rd., right on Spring Pond La. Southampton Office 631.283.4343

Open House • Sat., & Sun. June 9 & 10 • 12-2pm 386 Mecox Road, Water Mill. $4,595,000 Magnificent new construction featuring 6 BRs, 6.5 BAs, 3 FPls, gourmet EIK, elegant LR, library & heated gunite free form pool. Situated on 1.5 acres surrounded by lush landscaping. Exclusive. #58767 Dir: Take 27 East to Water Mill, make right onto Mecox Road Bridgehampton Office 631.537.5900

Open House • Sun., June 10 • 12noon-2pm 75 Old Trail Rd, Water Mill. $1,395,000 Spacious, elegant, renovated home featuring 4-5 BRs, 2.5 BAs, extra large FDR, EIK, LR, den, full basement w/9' cielings, CAC, heated pool, & irrigation system. Exclusive. #58240 Dir. Deerfield Rd. to Roses Grove to Old Trail Rd. Sag Harbor Office 631.725.0200

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Sharks to Vote? Hold Public Meeting to Decide the Future of Shark Tournaments By Dan Rattiner Montauk bills itself as the Fishing Capital of the World. This is no public relations stunt. It’s the truth. If you take a look at the list of current world saltwater fishing records — which I did in my World Almanac last week — you will find that twice as many of them are held by fishermen from Montauk than from fishermen at any other fishing port in the entire world. Our most recent entries are a 22-pound, 7ounce summer flounder caught by Charles Nappi and a 528-pound Blue shark caught by Joe Seidel in July of 2001. Sharks are a relatively new thing. Until

one particular deep-sea fisherman came along in Montauk in 1950, shark fishing was unheard of in these parts. But Captain Frank Mundus arrived in Montauk that year and began taking enthusiastic fishermen out to catch killer sharks. He caught one Great White Shark that was over 3,500 pounds. But because, in the end, he had to shoot it rather than catch it on rod and reel, it didn’t qualify for the record books. The record remains, to this day, a 2,664 pound Great White, caught by an Australian in 1973. However, Mundus’ accomplishments with shark fishing sparked an enthusiasm which led to a series of shark fishing competitions,

which are now held every year by the Montauk Marine Basin, the Star Island Yacht Club and the Montauk Yacht Club. The enthusiasm also sparked the making of the movie JAWS, which, frankly, had been inspired by Frank Mundus. A whole lot of people get eaten by the Great White in the movie. It is considered one of the ten best movies of all time. At this point, the shark tournaments, along with some surfing tournaments, have become a sort of centerpiece for the tourist season in Montauk. More than $150,000 is given to the winners at the four shark tour(continued on page 22)

RIVERHEAD, IRAN, & AN ARREST IN CALIFORNIA By Dan Rattiner Last week, a federal judge in California sentenced a popular flight instructor at an airport in Orange County to two years in jail for crating up stolen F-14 fighter jet spare parts and trying to sent them to Iran. His name is Reza Tabib, he is 52 years old, speaks four languages and was born in Tehran. He is the son of a well-known judge there. People seem amazed that such a nice guy would try to do such a thing. But he did. The F-14, featured in the Tom Cruise movie Top Gun, was the most sophisticated and best fighter plane in the world during the 1970s,

1980s and 1990s. It was built by Grumman at their plant in Riverhead. It took two pilots to fly it. All together, about 712 of them were put into service. According to the Pentagon, there are only two countries in the world that still use F-14 fighter jets, the aircraft that was featured in the movie Top Gun and built here in a factory in Riverhead. Those two countries are the United States and Iran. Most recently, the United States aircraft carrier USS Nimitz sailed into the Gulf of Aqaba to join the rest of the American fleet there. Onboard, backing up the current Navy carrier jet of choice, the F-18,

was a squadron of F-14s. Across the Gulf sit the F-14s of Iran. How Iran came to be the only other country in the world to get F-14s is an interesting story. The fighter was considered so good when it was first put into service that the Pentagon ruled that it could not be sold to any other country, even our allies. However, in late 1979, the Shah of Iran was in trouble and under pressure from Islamic Militants to resign and allow an Islamic based government to be formed. There was fighting. As a result, (continued on page 45)

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Singer Billy Joel is buying Actor Roy Scheider’s oceanfront house in Sagaponack. It’s quite a downsize for Joel and his wife, because his current house, which is not out here at all, but eighty miles away in Centre Island, is an old WASP estate of about 9,000 square feet. Scheider’s house is about 2,500 square feet. The Center Island property is currently for sale for $32.5 million, if you’re interested. The Scheider house was sold to Joel for about half that. And Roy and Brenda Scheider are not moving away. They’ve bought a small whaler’s house in Sag Harbor, inland, which they are restoring and hope to be able to occupy in August. Meanwhile, they are upstairs at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor * * * Last Monday night, Hamptons designers and muses gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the CFDA Fashion Awards. Marc Jacobs was there with his date, Helena Christensen. Jane Krakowski came swathed in a Nicole Miller gown. Michael Kors brought three lucky ladies to the event: Heidi Klum, Debra Messing and Liya Kebede. Ralph Lauren brought his good friend Oprah Winfrey to the event, which was hosted by Ellen Barkin. Other guests included Francisco Costa and Eva Mendes, Zac Posen and Karen Elson and Diane Von Furstenburg. * * * Starbucks’ first original music release, Paul McCartney’s “Memory Almost Full,” will be played on loop all day at all Starbucks locations to promote the album on sale there and nowhere else. Whether or not the constant repetition of this will cause a mass wave of quitting and employee misery has not yet been addressed by the company. * * * Southampton heiress Paris Hilton checked herself into a private cell at the luxurious Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California after attending the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night. Until June 23, Paris will eat her meals in her 8x12-foot cell and will be allowed out for at least an hour per day to shower, watch television, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone. No news yet on how Paris will keep track of her contacts while in jail, since no Blackberries or cell phones are allowed in the facility, even for visitors. * * * Hamptons restauranteur Ed “Jean Luc” Kleefield has changed the name of his Sag Harbor Cajun eatery from “Mumbo Gumbo” to “Black Buoy Bar & Grill” in reference to the rowdy bar that once occupied the space. * * * Hayden Panettiere, now filming Fireflies in the Garden with Julia Roberts and Ryan Reynolds, and the Humane Society of New York’s Blausius will be among those on the catwalk at Animal Fair’s “Paws for Style” benefit at (continued on page 42)

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naments. And the shark meat is cut up at the dock and distributed to food pantries for needy people in the area. Now, here comes a group that wants to shut down the four shark fishing competitions. The call has come from The Humane Society of the United States, which sent a letter to the East Hampton Town Board calling upon them to send police officers to the four competitions — the first one is on June 17, which is Father’s Day — and close them down. The reason given is that the shark population in oceans around the world is declining. And a cause of the decline is surely these shark tournaments, which the

Humane Society says are the biggest tournaments of their kind in the world. They also say that being caught is a very humiliating experience for a shark. Here are some excerpts from this letter, written by John Grandy, Senior Vice President for Wildlife and Habitat Protection at the Humane Society: “It is time for a change in the way we view sharks and their protection. Nothing could be less educational or more degrading and demeaning to sharks than the cheers and jeers that greet the display and awarding of prize money for the biggest dead shark in each of multiple categories… We call upon you to take a leadership position with

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respect to protecting sharks and your reputation for serious conservation and humane standards, and call for an immediate indefinite moratorium on the Star Island Shark Tournaments and all other Montauk Shark Tournaments.” Jeers? Are there people out there jeering at the dead sharks, laughing and pointing and shouting, “That ought to show you, you sharks, for what you’ve done, eating various humans around the world.” Whether this letter is serious or not — it urges the Town Supervisor to refuse to grant the proper gathering permits required to hold the tournaments — it certainly has gotten everybody talking nevertheless. For one thing, at least one of the tournaments is a catch-and-release affair. No shark is killed. Though, maybe, catching a shark and then releasing it could cause troublesome emotional problems for it in the future. Perhaps it can’t sleep at night. Stuff like that. As for the other three tournaments, the only sharks taken are the largest. Perhaps 50 boats enter each tournament. They will only bring back one shark each. This is hardly a dent in a body of water that covers two thirds of the earth. Lisa Grenci, the chairman of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee, had this to say: “They reuse the meat that is caught. It’s not like they’re killing for killing’s sake. We feel it’s important for our economy. We are a fishing community and the tournament is for a good cause. As far as I know, no local people have raised any objections.” And then there is this weird comment about the humiliation dealt to the sharks on the dock while being held up by their tails (continued on page 39)

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Zombies & Smokestacks Strange Creatures Wandering Around on a Lawn in Bridgehampton By Dan Rattiner I swear, if Rip Van Winkle woke up after a twenty-year sleep in front of the offices of Dan’s Papers on Friday, he would think we are so bizarre. I am not talking about our building. It’s the same building, with the same clapboard shingles, the same sculpture out front and the same neon sign by the front door. What’s different is the group of seven people on the front lawn. Four were wandering aimlessly around, occasionally gesturing with their hands or doing something with their heads and not saying one word to one another. The other three were standing in one place, looking dreamily

into space, occasionally exhaling cigarette smoke. It was the most amazing thing. Here it was, a beautiful day in early June, with the sun shining and the temperature about seventy degrees and here I was, heading westbound on the Montauk Highway with my turn signal on, waiting to turn into our driveway. What I should have been seeing, if it were a situation where seven people would be out on the lawn 20 years ago, is seven people chatting happily with one another. But oh no. The active four were gesturing and pacing back and forth, sometimes coming so close to the others that those standing still

had to slide out of the way to avoid getting shoved aside. Those on their cell phones were Tom Swinimer, our delivery manager, Jean Lynch, our North Fork sales executive, Janine Cheviot, our assistant editor, and Victoria Cooper, our coordinating editor. Considering the paper bag in Janine’s hand, I figured she was just coming back from Bob’s Village Market next door with her lunch when her cell phone rang, stopping her in her tracks. Tom Swinimer’s delivery crew was in the back, loading up bundles and skids of Dan’s Papers into white pickup trucks and he was up front having a one on one conversation with some(continued on the next page)

EXPOSING THE EAST END’S UGLY GAS RIP-OFF By Dan Rattiner One of the things that happens when you continuously publish a weekly newspaper for years and years is that you see public officials doing the same hopeless things that have been done by others years before. They’re new on the scene. So they forge ahead. What do they know? So I write about the coincidence. Sometimes it helps. I refer, of course, to a newly elected official’s most recent announcement that he has discovered that the further east you go on Long Island, the higher the price of gasoline. And, by God, he is going to fix this scandal. This week,

for the first time, the price of gasoline was $4 a gallon out in Montauk. In East Hampton it was $3.80. In Southampton it was $3.60 and in Riverhead it was $3.40. And, of course, the further west you go the less it costs. He’s mad as hell and, on behalf of his constituents, he is not going to take it anymore, he said in a dramatic, fist-shaking, determined manner. He’s going to fix it and punish the perpetrators. The flashbulbs popped and the people cheered. Well, I will spare you his identity. As I recall, the first person who announced this exact investigation was Teddy Roosevelt.

He was Governor of New York at the time and it was 1899 and the automobile had just been invented. I was just a tiny tot on a tricycle. But I was there at his news conference. In more recent times, this exact same investigation, which led to no result, was announced by New York Mayor Jimmy Walker in 1927, by Congressman Stuyvesant Wainwright II in 1956 (R-Wainscott), by Congressman Otis Pike (R-Riverhead) in 1967, by New York State Speaker of the House Perry Duryea Jr. (RMontauk) in 1977, and I forget who in 1980 or 1990, but in 2000 it was Assemblyman Fred (continued on page 36)

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body because he needed privacy. Jean Lynch was apparently headed next door to the market to get her lunch when her phone rang, and I have no idea what Victoria Cooper was doing out there. As for the other three people, I will not say who they were, because they know who they are, but they were there because they could not be inside. They stood almost motionless, staring out into space,

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and every once in a while, they would each raise a hand to their mouths to take a drag and then remove their hand and blow out the smoke. None of the three moved much, and none of them spoke to any of the others. “Rip,” I said to the imaginary old fellow sitting next to me, “make of it what you will, the place has gone nuts.” As for me, I knew that sometime soon there had to be a break in this long line of cars, so I could end my viewing of this little front lawn playlet and pull into the driveway and into my parking space. But then I saw, in the line of cars next to me going eastbound, a vision I will not soon forget. I don’t know about you, but while driving around the Hamptons, I often find myself turning my head to watch a really interesting-looking couple drive by in a really interesting-looking car. It’s always a convertible. Sometimes red, sometimes yellow, sometimes powder blue. And in it is almost always some very prosperous looking older fellow with slicked back hair sitting next to a slender fashion model with blonde hair, dark glasses and a big white hat with a ribbon. I know it’s sort of silly, but these visions participate in my mind as a sort of contest. Somewhere out there, there is the perfect car and couple. And this is one of the entrants. Well, waiting to turn into the zombie driveway at Dan’s Papers that morning, I had found the winners — there was no mistaking it. The vehicle was an enormous HUM-VEE. The real thing, the military version after which the Hummer was copied. It had oversize tires, a roll bar, a camouflage paint job and no top. And it was splattered in mud. And here was the couple. The driver was a man of about forty, naked from the waist up, with a crown of unkempt curly blond hair, dark sunglasses, a flower-patterned bathing suit and a suntanned, hairy chest. His left hand was on the wheel. His right arm was draped over the shoulders of this amazing creature next to him, a 120-poundsoaking-wet, beige water dog sitting obediently on the passenger seat, facing forward, his pink tongue hanging out from what had apparently been a glorious run on the beach. The entry glided by, the driver turning his head neither left toward my front turn blinker nor right toward the zombies. Just so cool. Rip, wake up. Wake up, Rip, you’re falling asleep. •

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Triumph The Special Joys of Owning a 50-Year-Old Convertible Sports Car By Dan Rattiner This past weekend, 200 people who own classic, 40-year-old cars showed up in a field in Amagansett to show off their old cars. There were Pontiac Firebirds, vintage Mercedes, Beamers, old Cadillacs with tail fins and classic 57 Thunderbirds. Many of those who own these cars bought them over the last few years for investment purposes. They might think that the cars are beautiful, but they stand around waiting to hear numbers — how much they could sell cars for. Whether the market was right. Whether they ought to wait. These people are not old car buffs. They are just at these meets fishing to make a sale. Maybe they even think that the people at these shows who had owned their cars forever — they were in the majority — were just a big yawn. Who wants to listen to them talk about their cars? Well, I do. I am among those people who buy something, lives with it for dozens of years and then just keeps it forever. These things hold great memories. And if they are now worth a lot of money? We couldn’t care less. We have no interest in ever selling them. And I will tell you why. Back in late April, during a warm spell, I went out to my garage and opened the door and there was the car I bought when I was 24 years old, hitting the bars looking for girls here in the Hamptons. I didn’t have much money when I was 24 years old. But when I saw this racy, red sports car sitting out in front of a bar in Hampton Bays with a FOR SALE sign on it, I thought,

2007 CLASSIC CAR AUCTION & CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE By Daniel Simone This upcoming weekend will surely thrill the souls and, perhaps, exercise the checkbooks of vintage automobile enthusiasts. The Hamptons Auto Classic Auction, an established, yearly Hampton event, will once again take place, this time on Saturday, June 9. The Kensington Motor Group is promoting the event. Peter Mole, a British subject by birth, is the president of Kensington Motor Group and has scheduled the renowned annual local automobile gala, the Hamptons Concours d’Elegance, a traditional prestigious show and contest of impeccable classic autos on the day following the auction, Sunday, June 10. The term ‘concours d’elegance’ is a French expression meaning, “contest for purity and elegance.” Serious automobile aficionados regard these proceedings almost as if it were a sacred ceremony. In fact, the vehicle that the judges declare the best of the Concours, upon receiving the award, instantly gains prestige and market value. These two consecutive events will be a real home run for the enthusiasts’ weekend. The Bidder’s Cocktail Reception will precede the auction on Friday evening, June 8, starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending at 8:00 p.m. Most perspective buyers restrict their serious examinations to the vehicles they’ve selected (continued on page 51)

boy that’s for me. I bought it. I’ve owned it ever since. And there, last April, more than 40 years later, there it was. Oh, the stories it could tell. The car is a 1959 Triumph TR-3. When I bought it, it was six years old — a used car. The guy who owned it was getting married and his wife wanted him to get rid of it. Those days with his TR-3 were gone forever. Now he’d be driving a station wagon. And so I test drove it and then wrote him a check for the $800 he wanted for it. It had 47,000 miles on it. Today, it has 98,000 miles. So I rarely use it. Here’s what I like about my TR-3: At the front end, there is a round hole in the center of the grille. In 1959, when they made it, they wanted to have a way to start the car in the event that the battery was dead or the starter motor was broken. So there was this hole and this metal crank you could slide into it, a zigzag thing that you could turn and possibly get the car to fire itself up. Of course it could backfire and kick the cylinders backwards in a jolt, which could reverse the crank and break your arm. But that didn’t happen often. So that was your backup. I’ve never tried it. By the way, I lost the crank about twenty years ago. Last year, however, I bought another one on eBay for $35. I haven’t tried that one either. Triumph was a viable car manufacturing company with a plant northwest of London back in the day. In 1957, they made the first (continued on the next page)

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TR-3. It had a five speed standard shift with four forward speeds and one reverse. It was not particularly fast, but it was cool-looking and reliable for its time. The engineers decided NOT to design a new engine for it. Instead, they bought reliable, four-cylinder farm tractor engines from a factory that made them and modified them to fit under the hood. My original one is still there, still working. They made this model of TR-3 until 1961. All together, they made about 20,000 of them. Air conditioning in the car is provided by a metal lever that pushes open a vent on the hood directly in front of the windshield. With the vent closed, the air whooshed around the sides of the car. With the vent opened, it came

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cockpit, with the leather top down, and attach with latches. The front latches of the hard top go on the top of the windshield. The back ones go on the rear fenders. If you hit a big bump, which I did in June of 1981 in Southampton while going 20-miles-per-hour instead of 5miles-an-hour, it flies off and lands in the road, scaring the hell out of you and everybody else, particularly those behind you. This top, today, is resting in the roof rafters in my garage. It has gouges in it from hitting the road. It has been up there since that day in June of 1981. All the gauges set in the dashboard have white needles behind glass that point to things. The big gauges indicate the car’s speed in miles-per-hour and the engine’s revolutions per minute. Smaller gauges indicate the engine’s temperature, whether the battery is charging or discharging, the water temperature in the radiator and the level of fuel in the gas tank. There are also two buttons. One is called STARTER. You press it and it causes the car’s starter motor to turn over. The other button says CHOKE and it’s a pull button. When you pull it out, it increases the amount of gasoline that comes to the spark plugs. You need to choke the gas to get an excessive amount to the spark plugs in order to get it to fire and first start up. After it runs for a while, it warms up and doesn’t need all that gas. It starts to run rough with the choke on. So you push in the choke. It smoothes out. It sounds like a single engine airplane. The other items on the dashboard are twists. One operates the heater, ON and OFF. The other operates the windshield wiper, ON or OFF. That’s about it for the luxury items in this car. There are rearview mirrors on the front fenders that are fully adjustable if somebody gets out of the car and goes up there and twists them until you say THAT’S IT, they’re aimed right. Oh, and it does have one other luxury, which I think they had in the 1959 version for the first time — blinking turn signals. There was a lever atop the center stalk of the steering wheel, right above the horn, that you could push sideways and the blinking light in back would turn on that side. After you turned, while you were straightening the wheel, something inside the center stalk would pass a certain raised metal point and the turn signal would snap back to its central position, thereby automatically turning the blinking light off ALL BY ITSELF. Wow! That feature, by the way, stopped working on my car around 1991. You push the turn signal and it does make the turn signal blink, but after the turn you have to remember to push it back. I should say that another luxury feature on the dashboard is a single blinking light to indicate that the blinking turn taillight is on, to remind you to turn it off. The car has no safety features whatsoever. The rear seat is a wooden plank with a leather and cotton affair attached atop it. Only one person can sit back (continued on page 37)

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Opossum vs. Prada Expensive Shoes, an Animal and a Gun in Westhampton Beach By David Lion Rattiner Sometimes you just get pissed off and bust out your handgun on an opossum. That’s what happened on the night of February the 8th in Westhampton Beach at the Home of Westhampton Beach Deputy Mayor Jim Kametler. The case has finally been declared closed, after being investigated by Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota for months. There have been salary cuts demanded and agreed upon by the Deputy Mayor, there have been meetings held, there has been talk about him getting fired and finally, there is just the plain and unmistakable reality of a frustrated village official who got so annoyed that an opossum dared to cross into his territory that he decided to unleash hell.

So what really happened that night? The following is loosely based on true accounts and police statements. It was late at night and Deputy Mayor Jim Kametler was trying to get some sleep, but his anxiety was keeping him awake. He had parking tickets on the brain, along with beach permits and variances. He could usually handle the stress, but on this particular night, all he wanted was some peace and quiet. He got out of bed for a drink of water, turned off the television set, which was still on, took a deep breath and relaxed. He suddenly could feel the weight of the world falling from his shoulders. Sleep would now come. So then he opened the window and listened to the sound of the country. There was absolutely nothing to hear

but the blowing of the wind. The mayor closed his eyes and smiled. But then, he heard an odd sound. There was a rustle and then a squeak. There was something alive, outside, making noise and it immediately awoke the hunter inside the Deputy Mayor. And that’s when he saw it: an opossum, staring at him with it’s two beady eyes and crinkly little nose. The Deputy Mayor’s heart plummeted. He did not want this animal near his home. “Go on, get out of here!” he said, but the opossum didn’t seem to notice. “Go on, I said. Shoo! Shoo!” And then he opened his window and threw his shoe at the opossum and it scampered away. “Finally,” he said. But then he realized that the shoe he threw (continued on the next page)

WE PREDICT 5 HURRICANES... NO... 8 HURRICANES By Dan Rattiner Last Thursday was the official start of the hurricane season. And so the official in charge of making the prediction of what the hurricane season was going to be like this summer got up in front of the headquarters in Colorado and said that the ocean had warmed up off Los Angeles and, because of that, we can expect three to five major hurricanes to hit the eastern seaboard this summer and another dozen hurricanes with slightly lesser winds and rains. So, it’ll be pretty bad.

Last year, the official predicted between eight and ten major hurricanes on the eastern seaboard, because of some factors with El Niño south of Hawaii and we didn’t have even one. It was the first time in thirty-five years that not one single hurricane hit the East Coast. The year before that, he predicted we’d have an off year with very few hurricanes because things were quiet in Botswana, Africa and at least seven hit, including four that passed within ten miles of my 92-year-old mother in Pompano Beach, Florida during a span of six

weeks — she stood her ground — and another that flattened and flooded New Orleans. The year before that, he was wrong too. How much do we pay this guy? And how much does the big weather forecasting headquarters in Colorado cost us taxpayers? I think we would be better off if we fire this guy, cut off funding, dynamite the Colorado lab and just find some guy shuffling down the street in Denver, spruce him up, give him ten bucks and put him on the air. “Hurricane season has started,” he could • say. “Good luck.”

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outside was the wrong shoe. It was one half of his best pair. In fact, his only pair of good shoes. Prada shoes. $1,000 Prada shoes that he had won in an online auction. These shoes were his prized possession. Instantly the mayor popped up out of bed and went to the window to see if he could locate the shoe before venturing outside. But, of course, it was too late. The opossum was back and was poking around in his shoe. “Son of a...” he yelled and he ran out in the hall, then downstairs, then outside, “Shoo, shoo!” he yelled. And he headed outside to grab his Prada shoe, getting wet grass stuck to his feet. The opossum was not about to back down to the Deputy Mayor and began to drag the shoe all around the yard. The Deputy Mayor chased the opossum from one end of the yard to another in his pajamas. But every time the mayor got close to the opossum it would scoot away with the shoe. It was almost as if it was toying with him. “Do you have any idea who I am?” The Deputy Mayor snapped. And he marched back inside. This opossum had messed with the wrong guy. Trailing wet grass through the house, the mayor grabbed his .38-caliber Smith & Wesson Chief’s Special, his favorite pistol and loaded it. He saw the opossum. “This is the end of the line for you,” he said and fired.

But the opossum was still standing and now was smirking at him. He fired again, but right when the mayor pulled the trigger, the opossum jumped. An expert marksman, the mayor fired a third time and then a fourth and then a fifth. With each shot, another light went on inside neighboring homes. What was wrong? Was there a car backfiring? Nobody fires guns around here. The opossum was wounded and looked at the mayor as if to say, “Why? Why have you done this to me? It was just a shoe!” and limped off into the woods. Within minutes, a police officer showed up. Lt. Gonce was concerned at first, thinking that his friend Deputy Mayor Kametler was in trouble. But when he learned the story, he found himself in a bind. After all, what the Deputy Mayor had done was very illegal. The Deputy Mayor had just broken the law of Second Degree reckless endangerment, a misdemeanor and had also broken the New York State Environmental Conservation Law, which states that you can’t fire a gun within 500 feet of another residence. But this was the Deputy Mayor, so he would get a break. After a laugh and after putting the gun away, the mayor went to sleep and the opossum went back to its home, to nurse its wound and tell its friends the story of how he drove the Deputy Mayor of Westhampton Beach nuts for a night.•


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Lilla in Napeague, from The End: Montauk, NY by Michael Dweck

The Girls of Montauk Montauk in Playboy, Blurred in the Background, but Neverthe less By Justin DeMarco The wait is finally over. It’s been almost nine months since Michael Dweck photographed “The Girls of Montauk” in various locations around that town for a pictorial essay that will run in the July issue of Playboy coming out today. The 22 photos will tell the story of “a surf weekend with girlfriends chilling by the beach,” photographer Michael Dweck said during a telephone interview. “It’s not about bars or clubs.” Dweck, who has been camping, staying at friends’ houses and renting in Montauk since the late 1970s, has an understanding of the

lives of Montauk surfers, as is evident in his recent book, The End: Montauk, N.Y., dedicated to Montauk’s surfing culture. Playboy magazine had originally approached Dweck about this project and once he accepted the offer, handed him the reins. “I could have shot this anywhere in the world, but I chose Montauk,” Dweck said. “To me, Montauk is a very hedonistic place. With the beaches, it’s a natural place. Still very much a small town compared to East Hampton.” Inspired by Playboy’s natural look during the late 1960s, Dweck set out to recapture the concept of the girl next door. “I wanted it to go back to Playboy in the 1960s because I think that’s

the charm of Playboy,” Dweck said. Setting out to find subjects who were “girls you’d want to know as a friend,” Dweck chose the five models — Jamie, Nicole, Reby, Camila and Carime — himself. “What all the girls have in common is that they all love the water,” Dweck said. “Everyone I photographed lived by the sea.” All of the models currently live in New York and summer in Montauk. Jamie was the sole Montauk native and Nicole grew up in Levittown. Two of the models are from Brazil. Jamie is a nineteen-year-old college student with beauty and brains. The five-foot-seven, (continued on the next page)

LOHAN REHAB IN THE WORKS IN SOUTHAMPTON? By Janine Cheviot Less than three months after his release from prison, Michael Lohan, father of Hollywood party girl and actress Lindsay Lohan, announced plans to open a church and rehab center in Southampton with support from wealthy financial backers, including Stephen Baldwin. The $15 million facility would be situated on a 10-acre lot on County Road 39, currently owned by Donald Havrilla, the pastor of the Southampton Full Gospel Church. Both Mr. Lohan and Mr. Baldwin have stumbled down the road of addiction before and wish to create a “faithbased” environment of wellness that offers high-end accommodations for affluent addicts. After being approached by the two men, Havrilla said he was “pleasantly surprised” by their ideas. Prior to their

meeting, Havrilla had never heard of Lindsay Lohan, but now says he is praying for her. Mr. Lohan became a minister while serving time for attempted assault, unlicensed driving and other charges. He currently counsels troubled youth, while still receiving treatment himself, at a facility in West Babylon. Mr. Baldwin, a born-again Christian, has focused mostly on evangelizing the youth of America since he converted shortly after 9/11. He has directed and produced several DVDs featuring Christian athletes involved in extreme sports and his book, Unusual Suspect, a NY Times bestseller, details his conversion to Evangelicalism. In January, he launched a ministry in San Diego called Uprising!, which features extreme sport competitions and Christian rock concerts.

In reference to the future patients of the proposed rehab center in Southampton, Pastor Havrilla said that they would not be spoiled. He added, “They must accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior if they are going to be here.” Does this mean that Britney Spears, a Kabbalist, would not be invited to enjoy the posh accommodations if she were to have another stint in rehab? And what exactly are the luxurious amenities that these centers offer? Aside from breathtaking views, high-end facilities such as Promises in Malibu and Wonderland in West Hollywood offer their “guests” private rooms with 1,000-thread count sheets, cozy fireplaces, tennis and basketball courts, swimming pools, spa treatments and horseback riding. A one-month stay costs (continued on page 38)

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hazel-eyed babe with light brown hair is currently studying Architecture at Tulane University. “She’s local and represents what Playboy was about in the 1960s,” Dweck said, about handpicking Jamie. “She’s an all-American surfer girl.” Back on the East End for the summer, Jamie is working two summer jobs — one at a health food store in Montauk and the other at a Southwestern place in East Hampton. No one has questioned her decision to pose nude in Playboy thus far “Everyone out here is pretty liberal,” Jamie said during a phone interview. “Everyone who has found out is like, ‘Congrats!’ No one has

approached me like, ‘What the hell did you do?’” Jamie’s family was put at ease knowing Dweck was the one behind the lens. Dweck has known Jamie, her mother and her sister for almost five years. He has taken pictures of each of them at one point or another on the beaches of Montauk. This surfer girl who rides her bike to Ditch Plains and enjoys eating breakfast at John’s Pancake House and dinner at The Dock for its “awesome nachos,” says her life hasn’t changed too much since the shoot. Most likely due to the fact people haven’t seen the four photos of her — standing on a surfboard, leaning over a surfboard in the water, standing on the beach and lying on a towel next to a surfboard during a

bonfire — yet. But don’t expect to see crude photos in this Playboy Feature. “I guess it’s the type of pictures I take,” Dweck said about creating nude shots that are artistic and not over the top. “To me, some of them seem like snapshots. I don’t want to cross that line. This is the only line I know. Some people shoot exotic photos. That’s not my thing.” Paying homage to fashion photographer Helmut Newtown, who photographed for Playboy in the 1970s, Dweck shot his images in black and white or with faded colors as a tribute to the old school style of Playboy photography. Dweck also didn’t airbrush any of the photos. He said that it’s the first time in years that Playboy will run untouched, natural photos. “These girls, they’re not perfect,” Dweck said. “They’re very real.” In order to get good looking pictures, Dweck said there needs to be an element of trust between the photographer and his subject, as if the photos were taken by friends. “We booked out a hotel (Shepherds Neck Inn, now Solé East) in Montauk where it was only us together,” he said. “You live with each other for a week and photograph what happens. When you put people together things happen and that’s how I typically shoot.” Finding the comfort zone between himself and his subjects is important to Dweck, no matter who is modeling. “I talk to actress Maria Bello, when I photograph her, the same way I talk to Jamie,” Dweck said. “I’m interested in people’s lives.” Dweck’s approach to photography is similar to that of making a movie. To prepare for the shoot, he scouted locations and created a storyboard with 300 drawings. His shot locations included Camp Hero, South Lake, Turtle Cove, Montauk Lake, Fort Pond Bay, in town, at Ditch Plains and near Poles. During the week-long shoot in late (continued on page 39)

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James Jones, Truman Capote, John Knowles and Willie Morris in 1975

Capote’s Return The Life and Times of Author Truman Capote in Bridgehampton By T.J. Clemente The wonderful sea breeze blows across the Hamptons every day. The sun rules this narrow strip of farmland inundated by multimillion-dollar homes. Lanes, Drives and Old Country Roads wind you through land with vistas no photo or painting can do justice. It was here that the tormented soul of Truman Capote sought solace, solitude and the company of close friends. Over the bar at Bobby Van’s is an old photo of Jim Jones, Truman, John Knowles and Willie Morris standing in front of the original Bobby Van’s, which was located across the street from the present one. Back then, a bar-

bershop occupied part of the location. Marty Trunzo, now 88 and still cutting hair in Sag Harbor, used to cut Howard Hughes’ hair for twenty cents and a quarter tip there. Born in New Orleans on September 30, 1924, Truman Streckfus Persons would be raised by his relatives in Alabama while his aunt Marie Rudisill became the “fruitcake lady” on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show. Truman would eventually take his stepfather’s last name. During Johnny Carson’s second marriage, Truman Capote had dinner with the legend and his wife sometimes three days a week in New York City. But it was Johnny’s wife, Joanne Carson, who was to be his friend to the very end.

Truman Capote also befriended East Hampton native Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy’s sister. His list of female friends drew from a pool of all the wives of the most powerful and prominent men in the country, including CBS TV founder Bill Paley’s wife, Babe Paley. He would drive from one mansion to another to hear the sad tales of divorce, deceit and loneliness while cocktailing privately with the wives of the rich and famous. Openly gay, Truman kept a property in Bridgehampton where he and his non-exclusive life partner, playwright Jack Dunphy, had separate homes. (continued on the next page)

THE HAMPTONS CLUB SCENE STEPS UP A NOTCH By Sabrina C. Mashburn It’s Memorial Day weekend, 2007. You’re standing shoulder to shoulder with some of the most cosmetically-enhanced and scantily-clad members of the Long Island Long Leg Convention, pushing and shoving their bodies up against the velvet rope, shouting out a name, tossing around a few thousand dollars and hoping to get to where a DJ is spinning the hottest beats of the summer for all the beautiful people to dance to. Once inside, you see faces from every fashion magazine, hear some of your favorite artists sing along, karaoke-style, to their big single and clink glasses with some of

the most powerful people in every industry. And if you’re at Stereo by the Beach, Dune or any of this year’s other hot spots, when you exit the club you will be greeted by angry stiletto-wearers who just didn’t make the cut and are now seething at the back door. If this doesn’t sound like the Hamptons club scene from the long gone days of Jet East and Conscience Point, think again. This year’s club scene will be bigger and better than any others before it, as some of New York City’s most illustrious clubs have moved out to the Hamptons for the season. As one reveler exclaimed, “It’s like being able to go out in The City and then

wake up at the beach!” If you love the nightlife, the Hamptons are the place to be. So why is all this happening now? It’s not as if the Hamptons just became a hot spot to party. After all, most of these clubs have moved in to remodeled versions of clubs that came before them. Flirt Lounge and Bistro replaced Resort. Stereo by The Sea, the Hamptons incarnation of Stereo, replaced Tavern. Pink Elephant replaced Cabana. WhiteHouse replaced C.P.I. Dune, the beach outpost of Marquee, replaced the Hamptons outpost of their New York City neighbor, Cane, which had replaced Jet East the (continued on page 41)

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Hired in 1972 by Rolling Stone Magazine to cover the touring Rolling Stones, Truman and Mick Jagger argued and eventually went at it. Unable to write the story, Capote himself was interviewed about the tour and Rolling Stone ran that. Andy Warhol interviewed Truman. Another favorite story is how Andy Warhol came to paint a portrait of Truman. Usually receiving almost a million dollars per portrait, Warhol instead made the deal to have Truman write one article a month for his magazine. At first, Capote would basically be interviewed by Andy about something and the story would run, but after a short time, Capote was in front of a typewriter, banging out great articles for Warhol until the deal was done. A public personality to the end of his life, Truman Capote was the ultimate guest at luncheons in the Hamptons. He eventually used the confidential information he learned at these intimate gatherings to write a piece for The New Yorker that burned many social bridges for him. Some say Capote was the queen of the bathhouse circuit in New York City, specializing in unaccomplished lovers. Yet, at the same time,

Truman at 22

he was on the arm of Katherine Graham for their famous “Black and White Balls” at the Plaza Hotel in New York, where guests had to wear black and white, as a reference to ink and

paper. Invitations to this ball were exclusive. After many successes, like his award-winning novel, In Cold Blood, Truman Capote drowned in his own success. In the process, he would beach himself long enough to make a splash here and there. In his decline, Truman was not glamorous or productive. Joanne Carson took him in and nursed him in his final years. He died in her home on August 25, 1984 at the age of 59. The cause of death was “liver disease complicated by phlebitis.” At first, he was interned at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. However, when his longtime partner in life, Jack Dunphy, died twelve years later, Truman’s remains where brought back to the East End and mixed together with the ashes of Jack Dunphy. Their ashes were then scattered at Crooked Pond, located between Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor. There are so many souls that must dance in the ocean breeze of the summer season of the Hamptons. In fact, it was Truman Capote who called the Hamptons, “Kansas with a sea breeze.” The dance is done by those so very alive and those deceased, who come back to their heaven on earth.

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Who’s Here By Sabrina C. Mashburn It’s hard to imagine summer in the Hamptons without the big white tents of weekly polo matches, the pounding of hooves and the exciting smash of a goal-scoring mallet and ball. However, before 1989, the only polo players in the Hamptons were embroidered on Ralph Lauren polo shirts. The man to thank for the arrival of this exciting facet of Hamptons summer life had never mounted a horse before then and had not even thought of playing polo before his wife, an avid equestrian, took up the sport. That man is Frank MacNamara and the club he started with his wife and their friends, the Southampton Hunt & Polo Club, has grown to be “probably the largest polo club in America,” according to Frank. What started as a gathering of a few of Frank’s closest polo-playing friends has blossomed into a beautiful stable with more than 200 horses and three playing fields where young colts and rescued horses are trained for their careers as top-notch polo ponies. One of Frank’s favorite aspects of the training component is the club’s ability to rescue horses bound for slaughter and give them the chance to become “made” polo ponies. “We just brought in two horses off the track and they are going to be polo ponies,” explains Frank. “They came from the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation. Hopefully, in the next week or so, we’ll get two more from them.” The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation is a horse rescue that takes in all registered thoroughbreds when their owners no longer want them. The Southampton Hunt & Polo Club’s first adopted horse, Belle, came from a slightly different but no less hopeless background. Frank explained that, “she is what we call a Premarin foal.” Premarin was a fertility drug made from the urine of pregnant mares. Since the mares used to make the drug had to be pregnant, thousands of foals were born with nowhere to go but the slaughterhouse. Frank adopted Belle, a registered Paint, when she was just a baby and immediately put her in training with a “horse whisperer” named Brad who was the trainer at the Southampton Hunt & Polo Club at the time. “He would take 45 minutes just to get her

Frank MacNamara

dent when he trains his players, from the most novice players to those looking to brush up on their game. Frank’s player-training program is also unique. “The whole program can be completed in a week,” says Frank. “The idea behind the ten-hour introductory program is that, after ten hours, the students should be able to safely play in a game against other beginners.” Although, “to play in other more advanced chukkas takes about two years.” One of the most exciting aspects of the novice-training program that Frank did not anticipate was the formation of the new Women’s League. “Polo has always been considered a man’s sport,” explained Frank. “But this year, we have had nineteen beginners and sixteen of them were women.” As a result, “this year, for the first time, on the Fourth of July, we are having our first Ladies’ League.” This is unique in that, most of the time, “the matches are mixed.” When asked if the Southampton Hunt & Polo Club and the Bridgehampton Polo Club, based at Two Trees Farms, are ever in competition, Frank explained that his club has an entirely different purpose than the Bridgehampton Polo Club. “The Bridgehampton Polo Club is really professional polo and represents the best polo you can see in America. Three quarters of the players there are superb, world-class players. Our polo is strictly club polo and recreational polo.” The Southampton Hunt & Polo Club is also a year-round event, with matches in Florida during the winter season, while the matches at the Bridgehampton club are only held on weekends in July and August. The result has been that “the Patrons of five out of the six teams at the Bridgehampton Polo Club are members” of the Southampton Hunt & Polo Club. That means that no matter how well the Patron’s professional teams play, the real score is settled on the fields of Southampton. Even David Walentas, the owner of Two Trees Farms, is a player at the Southampton Polo Club. This friendly competition is the highlight of many Hamptongoers’ summers, yet, as Frank explained, “years ago, the Group for the South Fork said we were ‘recreating on agricultural land.’” Luckily, after seven years of exile on the

President, Southampton Polo used to having one foot in the stirrup. It was amazing to watch him work with her.” Now, “the horse can walk across wooden slats with just a lead rope on.” And while she is playing polo, “she doesn’t flinch or change the position of her head, even when a ball is coming

Patrons of five out of the six teams at the Bridgehampton Polo Club are members of the Southampton Club. straight at her.” And the most miraculous part of the story? “She literally just graduated last year as a polo pony.” Success stories like these are testaments to the effectiveness of Frank’s methods when training his ponies. His patience and understanding are also evi-

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Twentysomething…By David Lion Rattiner The Van It’s true: your appearance has a lot to do with how people treat you. Especially in Sagaponack. On Sunday, I spent nearly the entire day Spring-cleaning my house/condo/amazing Ditch Plains (okay, screw you) eh hem, trailer, in Montauk. It was pretty awful. I had managed to borrow a van and also rounded up a troop to help with the piles of crap that I have accumulated over the past year. It’s embarrassing how much garbage I’ve allowed into my house. “Hey Dave, I have this dresser, would you like it?” “Sure!” “Hey Dave, I have this mangled bicycle, perhaps it would make a nice decoration in your house?” “Thanks pal!” All things of this nature were getting shipped out to the dump, and I was not a happy camper. My friend TJ and I got dressed up in our dirty wear. I threw on a guido-esque, oil-stained, white tank top, blue jeans and Yankees cap. I don’t remember how TJ was dressed. I don’t check out other men. Okay, he was also dressed like he just crawled out from under a hole. We looked like a paesan and goomba, with Long Island Jewish accents. The two of us loaded up the van and headed to the dump. Once we were finished throwing everything away, I suddenly realized that I no longer have a couch in my house. And so, I did what any normal local would do. I went yard sailing. Of course, it wasn’t until Sagaponack that I

saw a sign for a yard sale. “Holy crap!!! There is a yard sale in Sagaponack! This is going to be unbelievable.” “Dude, we should not walk around Sagaponack dressed like this. Especially driving in a van. Somebody is going to call the police on us.” “TJ, do you have any idea how amazing a yard

sale in Sagaponack is? These people don’t care, they just want to get rid of their stuff for new stuff. I could redecorate my whole place because of this luck.” I followed the sign, ripped the van around and zoomed into the $1 million per square yard piece of real estate and yard sale heaven that is Sagaponack. But to my despair, the signs kept leading me to empty roads with no yard sales. I kept doing U-turns and was driving up and down Main Street. I was getting frustrated and worried. It was pushing 5 p.m. now. “I’m going to ask somebody if they know where it is,” I said and I pulled the van up next to a woman jogging. There we were, two men, weighing 200 lbs each, driving sleeveless in a van in Sagaponack, asking this handsome female jogger where a yard sale was. You can guess how this went. “Hey, excuse me, Miss?” She peripheral-visioned me and then sped up and turned hard down Beech Street. I wasn’t about to give up just yet. I was just imagining Martha Stewart standing outside on a lawn with a brand new couch set just waiting for me to take it off her hands. “Maybe it’s over here.” I turned into the private community known to surfers as the Georgica Estates. Within minutes, an old man pulled up to me in a Mercedes. “You guys need help?” “Yes, I’m looking for the yard sale.” “Well there isn’t one in here. This is a private community and I don’t want you here,” and (continued on page 46) GVaanZ7BL

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Thiele (R-Sag Harbor). And you can ask him how that turned out. He’s still our Assemblyman. The basic idea, of course, is that the price of gas ought to be the same wherever you go on Long Island. The original story I heard was that the retailers just threw their hands up when asked about it and said they were at the mercy of the wholesalers. The wholesalers said they were at the mercy of the truckers. And the truckers said, well, the problem was in Texas, or, later, in Alaska, or, later, in Saudi Arabia. One time, I actually stopped a trucker on the highway and asked him about it. “It’s how far you drive from the storage tanks,” he told me. “There’s none out east, so

we have to charge more the farther away from it we get. It’s all printed up in a rule book.” “But Montauk is just eighteen miles further out than East Hampton,” I said. “You’re holding me up,” he said, revving his engine. “It’s also based on time. So if it’s fewer miles but windier roads, it’s more. If people stopped accosting us and let us do this job, we’d take less time, use less gasoline and we could get on with it.” He shifted into a forward gear. I stepped aside. In more recent times, I have heard that the

gas companies charge more in wealthy areas than in poor areas. Or that they can charge whatever the hell they want, wherever the hell the want. This morning, I heard a commercial on WINS News Radio brought to us by the American Oil Industry Association, during which they said, among other things, that the outdated laws placed on oil companies in the 1970s were crippling them and that we should urge our congressmen to have them repealed. One of the laws they wanted repealed involves government regulation of oil prices. •

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there and that person has to sit sideways, with his or her shoes on the plank. There is no seatbelt for either of the front seats, no airbags, no antilock brakes, no 2 1/2 m.p.h., springing front and back bumpers, nothing. Hit anything and you’re dead. So you drive slow, for two reasons. One is that something might break if you drive fast. The other is that you might hit something if you drive fast. And you are not, in the 21st century, going to easily find a replacement part for something that was made in 1959. And this leads me to the first of the many joys of owning this car. One is the insurance rate. I pay $96 a YEAR for insurance on my 1959 TR-3. The actuaries who establish the rates at the insurance companies have discovered that people with these old sports cars almost NEVER get into accidents. So it’s $96 a year. The next joy is how you start the car. You open the hood and check its fluids. Brake fluid. Oil. Water. If anything is low, you fill it up. You’re ready. You close the hood. Get behind the wheel. Pump the gas ten times to prime the engine, pull out the choke all the way, push in the starter button and say a little prayer. The starter motor might make a click and then a whine, so try it again. Usually, the second time, it turns over and over and over and, after a while, the engine responds by firing up. It makes a big racket. Everybody cheers. Smoke comes out of the exhaust pipe and there is this wonderful smell of oil and gas that fills the garage and reminds you of a time long ago when garages smelled like this.

It’s working. Life is good. It also reminds some people of what you have to go through to start a small airplane. And so you depress the clutch, shift into reverse, back out of the garage, go to neutral, then to first and you are off. There is no synchromesh in the transmission, so you cannot slow down and have the gears automatically change at certain speeds. You do it yourself, depressing the clutch and jerking the floormounted gearshift this way and that to get it in sync enough to change gears without grinding the transmission. It’s an art. And soon, when you get to about 35 miles per hour, you are in your top gear and it just winds out in

that gear until it is going as fast as it can go. I know how fast it can go. One night, about 1981, at one in the morning, I had a fight with my girlfriend. She ran out of the house, slammed the door and drove off toward New York City. I followed in the TR-3. We went through downtown East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Southampton, I was keeping up with her at about 75 miles-perhour and then we got out on County Road 39 and Sunrise Highway and she opened up. She was driving, at that time, a black, brand-new 6-cylinder Chevy Chevette with a sunroof. Not a big deal of a car. And I kept up with her as she accelerated past the Shinnecock Canal at 85-miles-per-hour. Then, at Hampton Bays, at 95, she just pulled away and disappeared ahead of me into the darkness. The TR-3 was wide open, roaring away at 88 miles-per-hour. And that was it. It was trying and almost succeeding in breaking the sound barrier, had there been one, at 88 miles-perhour. There were no police around. But I knew this baby was about to blow. And so I slowed down, then turned around and, sadly, went back through the darkness toward home. “Way to go girl,” I said to the car. “You did the best that you could.” The girlfriend came back in the morning. Later, we married. Then, eight years later, divorced. But that’s another story. No. I would never part with my Triumph TR-3. Today, in her dotage, she still runs well, at (continued on the next page)


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low speeds anyway and I won’t test her at anything over 55. But she does tend to overheat after about ten minutes of driving. Then, for whatever reason, the oil pressure starts to drop, the water temperature starts to rise and, although it does level off at five pounds of pressure and about 385 degrees — still not in a danger zone — you begin to hear the clicking noise of the metal valves on the top of the





we can look at it and we’ll take good care of it, and I take the key and then give them a few bucks at the end of the evening for watching it. But no, you won’t find me in Montauk or anywhere further west than Southampton in the TR-3, unless I stop halfway there for half an hour to let her cool down and then do it again on the way back. Sell her? Never. I hope to be buried sitting upright behind the wheel in the driver’s seat. •

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about $50,000. Sounds more like a relaxing, upscale resort to me — just what the Hamptons need. Mr. Lohan hopes to use the Southampton facility to help people like his daughter. He said, “When Lindsay puts God back in her life, things will turn around.” And it’s no secret that she certainly needs the help. This past Memorial Day weekend was memorable for many of us, but Lindsay probably didn’t remember most of it, as hers went something like this: After a long night of partying, at about 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning, Lindsay crashed her 2005 black SL-65 Mercedes into a curb and a tree on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. She then fled the scene and was later arrested for being under the influence of alcohol. To make matters worse, police found “a usable amount of cocaine” in her car. The next night, instead of laying low, Lindsay was phoZE

engine not getting enough oil and if you ignore that, a sort of ominous banging noise begins and only God knows where it comes from. The fair range of the TR-3 is, therefore, from East Hampton, where I live, to Bridgehampton or Water Mill on the west and perhaps LUNCH and Cyril’s Bar on the Napeague Stretch to the east. I go to people’s homes in it. I take it to where valet parkers are and won’t let them drive it, but they say just park it right here so

tographed in a friend’s car, passed out, mouth hanging open with a hood over her head as she left a bar in Hollywood. Maybe she was sleeping, but ironically, an Alcoholics Anonymous “30 days sober” chip dangled from the car’s mirror. Perhaps she didn’t understand that those medallions represent 30 days sober IN A ROW. Regardless, Lindsay ended the holiday weekend on Monday by checking herself into the Promises treatment facility in Malibu, California, for the second time in six months. It has been reported that her 21st birthday party, scheduled for July 2 — just days after she would leave rehab — at the nightclub Pure in Las Vegas, will go on no matter what happens while she is at Promises. Her lawyer released a statement, “part of sobriety is that you can go out into normal society and just go out. Who says you can’t move your booty on the dance floor?”

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bers of fish caught and he hasn’t heard from any of them about shark fishing. The fact is that when a particular fishery declines, the catching of that fish is limited by the authorities until the stocks can revive. Then it is once again open season. I think there ought to be a public hearing about all of this. Not for humans. For sharks. I suggest that a sign be posted underwater on a coral reef off in the ocean somewhere inviting all sharks to come into Montauk

Harbor on a particular day at a particular time to listen to what the Humane Society has to say about killing and eating. Mr. Grandy and some of the others from the Humane Society could then be lowered into the water — they won’t be heard above water — to explain their position to the sharks and describe to them just how much better off they will be, emotionally, physically and mentally, with these shark tourna• ments shut down.

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September, the models and a crew of about twenty people woke up at 4:30 every morning and ended their day around 11 p.m. Dweck shot about a thousand photos a day. “The light in Montauk is the prettiest I’ve ever seen,” Dweck said. “That’s probably why De Kooning and Warhol loved it. These pictures are warm because of that light.” Dweck said it was a dream come true working with Playboy. “It’s kind of an honor when they come to you and give you carte blanche and say you can do anything you want,” Dweck said. “Complete freedom to photograph what you want, that’s very rare today. That’s why Helmut Newton’s images are so strong.” With his first Playboy experience completed, Dweck said he is in the process of talking about


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Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein and David Salle. * * * Hamptons artist Clifford Ross will be presenting his newest works in an exhibition at The Drawing Room in East Hampton titled “Small Water.” The exhibition opens on Friday, June 8 and closes on Saturday, July 9. A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, July 7. * * * This week’s cover artist, our very own Michael Paraskevas and his mother, Betty Paraskevas have a new book out. The book, Chocolate at the Four Seasons is available at all bookstores and at their gallery in Westhampton Beach. The painting on the cover is from their book, Monster Beach. Their next book, Peter Pepper’s Pet Spectacular, will be published in September, but advanced copies will be on sale at the Paraskevas Gallery this summer. * * * The Group for the East End will celebrate its 35th Anniversary with a gala catered by Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack on June 16. Guests will join cochairs Nicole Miller, Kim Taipale, Anne Hearst and Jay McInerney in a night of food and fun.

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By Justin DeMarco A sea of maroon shirted parents and fans lined the eastbound shoulder of Montauk Highway early Tuesday evening eagerly awaiting the arrival of the yellow East Hampton school bus carrying the womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s softball Long Island Class A Champions. Blaring horns and loud roars alerted the crowd the bus was on its way into Wainscott, as it passed the Saracen sign. The Bonackersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; players screamed and waved to the fans as the bus driver pulled over onto the shoulder. A police officer then temporarily stopped traffic to allow the school bus to be escorted back to East Hampton High School. A red fire truck with its siren on and lights flashing led the way as the bus merged back onto the road. Fans with â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bonac Softball 2007 Long Island Champsâ&#x20AC;? or other variations signifying the victory written on their rear glass windows joined

the procession that was anchored by police trucks. The celebration continued at the high school. With smiles on their faces and arms around one another swaying back and forth in a circle, the softball team sang along to Dean Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Amoreâ&#x20AC;? blasting from a car stereo. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Every year down in Florida we find a song we click with,â&#x20AC;? winning pitcher Jessie Stavola said, noting â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Small Worldâ&#x20AC;? was last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s song. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We just find a song thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique and no one else has.â&#x20AC;? The team has come a long way since spring training in Florida, amassing a 24-1 record on the year, en route to the Southeast Regional Finals in Binghamton after defeating Clarke 2-1 in the Long Island Class A Championship game played at the Town of Brookhaven Bellport Park. In the top of the sixth inning with East

Hampton leading 2-0 thanks to a first inning run scored by third baseman Nicole Fierro on a passed ball and right fielder Devin Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien reaching the plate on an error in the fifth, Clarke started a rally. With two outs and runners on second and third, Stavola threw a pitch that was hit and floating towards centerfield. It looked as if the ball was going to fall in for a single. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was hoping weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d just get away with the tying run scoring,â&#x20AC;? Coach Lou Reale said he was thinking at the time. East Hampton centerfield Molly Nolan sprawled out and made a diving catch, keeping Clarke scoreless and the Bonackers still in control of the Long Island Championship. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I knew she had it,â&#x20AC;? Stavola said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being a freshman and making a catch like that in the Long Island Championship, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m so proud of (continued on page 58)






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family could scrape up the money to repair the damage. One man accidentally set off a pilotâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ejection seat while in the cockpit and, though he parachuted to earth safely, he was arrested upon landing and ultimately had to pay the supreme penalty. How many Iranian F-14s are operational after all these years is not known but it is thought that the number is fewer than 10. At this point, however, what with the present Iranian government developing Atomic bombs and other weapons, an effort is apparently being made to get those F-14s flying again. At the present time, except for two American squadrons that remain in service, all remaining F-14s are being handed over to a company called Government Liquidations Inc., which is

in charge of dismantling the aircraft and destroying the remains. The problem, however, is that Government Liquidations, in making itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contract with the government, got the government to agree that, under certain circumstances, individual planes and spare parts could escape the crusher if they were to be used by air show operators, museum owners or antique collectors. By the time the paperwork for this part of the contract got down the government food chain, the ultimate document only contained the caveat that parts or whole airplanes could be sold as long as the buyer signed a form promising that they would not sell any parts of an F-14 to any foreign government. In discovering the crates of F-14 parts in Abibâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possession, however, government investigators determined, by looking at the serial numbers of these parts, that they had arrested somebody else a few years ago for trying to sell exactly these particular parts. Somehow, after that arrest and conviction, the parts had gone around and come around and now here is Tabib, trying to ship them. Maybe the Iranians intend to use these parts, some others, and a bit of tape, chicken wire and scotch tape to fashion something that could carry an A-bomb. â&#x20AC;˘








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“Great, I’m doing time in Green Acres. Well, after the shopping and the dumps and the Post Office, can we at least go shopping?” “Sure! We have a few stores.” “How few is few?” “Umm, Cornucopia, Bliss’ and Jack’s Marina.” “How many floors in Cornucopia?” “One. One floor, one room.” “Which is the shoe store?” “Well, Bliss’ has Topsiders.” “Topsiders? Are they Italian?” “No, practical.” “Did you say a marina?” “Yes, Jack’s has marine supplies and toys,

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before I could give him the finger, he sped off. I was feeling pretty defeated and also unwelcome, and then another woman went by us and I was filled with glory. “Miss? Do you know where the yard sale is?” She took off her iPod buds, “Why yes I do…” She smiled and ran off. What a wonderful human being. I pulled into the Sagaponack estate to find remnants of a yard sale. There were maybe two things out on the lawn, the rest, I guessed, were hidden inside of a garage. “They’re closed, dude, I can see everything is under the tarp, let’s go,” TJ said. “I’m going to knock on the door.” As I approached the door, I imagined a

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Announcing a new summer grant program for East End nature and wildlife preserves and conservancies If your nonprofit organization is looking for summer funding for projects promoting coastal biodiversity, preserving the integrity of the natural ecosystem, or protecting endangered species, submit your application now to (deadline June 30, 2007).

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Grant recipients guidelines Grants will be awarded to operating charitable foundations, preserves, conservancies and trusts with a history of achieving results on the East End of Long Island. To qualify for a grant the nonprofit is required to be a recognized 501(c)(3), established over three years ago, with a 2006 budget of $200,000 or more.

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The Fin Whale There are approximately 200–400 fin whales in the waters of New York. The fin whale is the most abundant large baleen whale in the Long Island region. They are the second largest species of whale and the second largest animal ever to have lived. An endangered species since the inception of the U.S. Endangered Species Act of 1970, the fin whales face a high risk of extinction in the wild. Photo: A. H. Kopelman for CRESLI The Roseate Tern The East End of Long Island has one of the two largest roseate tern colonies in the Western Hemisphere. The colony located at Great Gull Island off eastern Long Island has more than 1,000 pairs. Photo: National Audubon Society

The Karner Blue Butterfly The endangered Karner blue butterfly is a small butterfly with a wing span of approximately one inch. The butterfly feeds exclusively on the leaves of the blue lupine found in pine/scrub oak communities. Photo: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

The Sandplain Gerardia The sandplain gerardia, the only federally endangered plant species in New York State is an extremely rare wildflower that only blooms for a day with pink or purple flowers. Long Island has six of the ten world populations of the sandplain gerardia in the coastal grassland areas. Photo: Eleanor Saulys, CT Botanical Society

2. Grant awards July 31, 2007. All grantees will be notified of the 2007 award recipients by e-mail and cash awards processed. Each grantee organization will receive two-thirds of the award at the project inception and one-third at completion. 3. Interim project reports March 31, 2008. Each awardee will submit interim written evaluation and digital-photo documentation of the project . 4. Final report June 30, 2008. All awardees will submit final program report by e-mail, with project assessment and digital-photo documentation. After the final program report has been accepted and reviewed, the funds for the last third of the cash award will be released and processed. Final funds will not be released unless the final rreport is received by June 30, 2008. 5. Publication of the final report September 30, 2008. The Brine Family Trust will e-publish a project report for the benefit of all organizations funded by the program. The report will include completed program evaluations and digital-photo documentation

About the Brine Family Charitable Trust The Brine Family Charitable Trust was established in 1989 to support New York’s medical, educational, cultural institutions. Over the past eighteen years the trust has supported projects on behalf of the Foundation for Children with Aids, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York University, the Weill Cornell Medical Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the World Monument Fund, the Institute for International Cooperation, the Parks Council and others. The 2007–2008 East End Long Island Summer Support Grant Program at is the first program undertaken by the trust to support the natural environment. The objective of the program is to fund projects serving to preserve and recover the natural ecosystems in the East End’s ocean habitats, bays, beaches and flats, estuaries, streams, creeks, shorelines and tidal wetlands. The Brine Family Charitable Trust is a recognized 501(c)(3) established as a private nonoperating foundation under section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code. Records are available for inspection at Brine Charitable Trust, 254 Katonah Avenue, Suite 201, Katonah, New York 10536. The trust does not accept donations.

Grant-administration protocols The trust’s goal is to effectuate a streamlined, grant-making process that is not administratively burdensome to grantseeking participants. All communication will be conducted through e-mail at Grant proposals are limited to 1,500 words. Notification of grant awards and cash funding will be timely. Two-thirds of the grant will be processed at the project inception and the last third on documentation of completion. An e-publication will be sent by the trust to all participating organizations.

Photo credit: Southampton Village Photo Copyright 2007 Brine Family Charitable Trust

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you don’t like the truth, you can’t handle it.” Jonathan Cheban and Simon Huck of Command PR were hard at work entertaining the models and making sure VIPs were taken care of, including Samantha Cole and Anna Anisimova, who giggled, “Believe it or not, I am wearing Victoria’s Secret underwear!” Outside, Bobby Brown rolled up with his entourage and posed for pictures with his new girlfriend, Alicia Etheridge. Why did Bobby choose SBTS? “They invited me, I’m not one to really think about where I go, I just go, if there’s a party, I’m going.” According to Brown, he’s gearing up to star in a new TV show, “It’s a reality sketch comedy, and it’s very funny. I’m creating characters for this

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show. I get a chance to do a lot of characters and be a lot of people.” Brown is trying to make a career comeback after his tumultuous 14 year long marriage with Whitney Houston ended in September of 2006. Aside from Bobby’s TV show, which he insisted is not based on his life, Bobby is focused on touring a new album. And as for his relationship with Whitney? Brown told me, “Well me and Whitney, were humorous, we’re friends, we have a daughter together, so that’s why we take care of her together. We take care of her and that’s the way it goes.” This past Saturday, SBTS was just as entertaining. British artist and superstar Lily Allen arrived with DJ Mark Ronson. At 2 a.m., Allen and her entourage took the stage and performed their hit song “Smile” for several VIP’s including Tinsley Mortimer and Lizzie Grubman. This coming Saturday, model and socialite Lydia Hearst is scheduled to launch her Puma handbag line. If you’re wondering how to partake in the festivities, Satsky’s has a tip, “Get comfortable with somebody within the SBTS family, because it’s a family environment here and that’s how you get through the doors. Until next week— Life is short, you only live once, so party on! “Entertainment & Feature Correspondent, Director, Writer and Producer, Gina Glickman can be seen Tuesdays, Thursdays and weekends starring on News 12 Long Island’s “What’s Hot in the Hamptons” and log onto for more celebrity action with Gina, on “Main Street” series.

The Gateway to the Hamptons starts at exit 70 A great weekend starts at King Kullen. For your shopping convenience, King Kullen east-end locations include: Bridgehampton • Cutchogue • Center Moriches Eastport • Hampton Bays • Manorville • Riverhead • Wading River King Kullen carries Long Island’s largest variety of Boars Head Products.

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North Fork, “in 1999, the courts and the state of New York allowed us to come back.” Now, of course, horse farms are more than welcome on agricultural land. But in the early 1990s, the East End was still covered in potato fields, which made polo fields seem more like a playground for the rich than an agricultural endeavor. But, as one of their main businesses is “raising, training and making polo


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ponies,” the Southampton Polo Club is not only a Hamptons institution, but a place where the agricultural nature of the East End continues to flourish. The Southampton Polo Club’s season is now one of the most anticipated sporting events in the Hamptons. And it all started because Frank wanted to play polo with his wife.

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of every club from Friday night until early Tuesday morning that weekend. At Stereo by the Beach, the club had reached capacity by 11:30 p.m. — at most clubs in New York City, the door usually gets busy around one a.m. Throngs of people stand outside for hours, begging and bribing to get in, with little success. At Neptune’s in Hampton Bays, Joel remembers, “people stood on line for four hours just to get in, waited for two hours to get a drink at the bar and no one complained. One guy offered me one thousand dollars to let him in the back door.” Bribing never works, but this episode was a telltale sign that, if you like to go out, “it’s gonna be a real good summer.” That was no small statement coming from Rodney, who has spun private parties for P. Diddy and worked at Marquee and other New York City nightclubs for years. When asked which new Hamptons clubs would be really hot this summer, he replied “WhiteHouse. Everyone who goes there

has a great time.” But what about last year’s star, Pink Elephant? “Pink Elephant is more of a lounge,” Joel explained. “People go there to have a drink and relax before they go somewhere else. I think that’s what they’re trying to do and it’s been working really well for them.” Last year’s staples will still be able to coexist with the new glitterati magnets. But who will win this year’s popularity contest? This summer, according to Sean Gallagher, it’s not about one club attracting the most attention. “The clubs aren’t out here to make a killing financially,” he explained. “They’re here to strengthen the brand.” Stereo by the Sea is here to keep Stereo on everyone’s mind, Dune is here marketing for Marquee and Pink Elephant is here spreading the word for Pink Elephant in New York and Chicago. The clubbing web is expanding and the Hamptons are caught right in the middle of it. And what a dazzling, intoxicating web it is.

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her.” An assist should go to Monday’s rain. Due to a wet field, Reale was forced to conduct an indoor practice. It was inside he noticed a mat set up on the floor so he decided to setup a drill in which the players were diving on the mats making catches. “Molly was killing herself; her hips were sore and bloody” Reale said about the freshman’s effort during the diving drill. “It helped.” Nolan’s game saving catch

prevented a last inning run scored by Clarke from doing any damage. First baseman Marta Johann caught a fly ball in the top of the seventh inning to end the game. The Bonackers had reached the bar they set prior to the start of the season. “After losing [in the Long Island Championships last season] 3-2 on an error to Floral Park, our goal was to get to the states,” Reale said. East Hampton last reached the state finals when the Bonackers won the Long Island Championship in 2001. Stavola, who struck out eleven batters, pushing her Long Island strikeout record to 340, said she likes her team’s chances in the one loss elimination, two game Southeast Regional Finals scheduled for Binghamton in Upstate New York on Saturday. “Our coach always tells us the only team that can beat us is ourselves,” Stavola said. “Just one down. Two more to go.”

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The “Bonacker” Non-stop service from NYC to East Hampton, available Fridays only. These trips guarantee Sag Harbor passengers will never be required to transfer prior to their arrival. This trip will not go to Sag Harbor on Fridays.

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These trips drop off on the Westside. See Westbound trip notes for stop locations. (listed above).


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RITA HAYWORTH GALA KICK OFF The NY kickoff party for this years Alzheimer's Association's Rita Hayworth Gala happened at 995 Fifth Avenue, formerly The Stanhope Hotel The Gala which will take place on Oct 10th in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria in NYC themed as "Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered," and will feature the designs of Naeem Khan. Honorees that evening will be John Castle and Nurit Kahane Haase. Princess Yasmin Aga Khan established the gala in memory of her mother, actress Rita Hayworth, who suffered from the effects of the disease. For more info call 1 212 843-1712






1. Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, Dennis Basso, Nurit Kahane Haase 2. Louise Kornfeld 3. Andrea Catsimatidis, Margo Catsimatidis 4. Herb Schmertz, Kay Gilman 5. Collette Cutrone, Allen Brill, Nancy Corzine 6. Renee & Richard Steinberg 7. Naeem Khan 8. Lauren Day, Andrea Stark, Roberta Kosloff, Cornelia Bregman 9. John & Marianne Castle





CHIHULY & KISCH AT VERED Vered Gallery, 68 Park Place in East Hampton, hosted the opening reception for renowned artists Dale Chihuly and Gloria Kisch. The new installation features stunning Violet & Burgundy Wall Flowers made of hand blown glass by Chihuly and fabulous standing sunflowers made of stainless steel by Kisch. Many more beautiful works by both artists are on display, as well as fabulous paintings by other renowned artists. The current exhibition continues thrugh June 20th.









1. Gloria Kisch 2. Heidi Banks, Monte Farber, Amy Zerner 3. Allison & Leonard Stern, Vered 4. Sam & Natasha Stanler 5. Patti Kenner, Janet Lehr 6. Michael Knigin, Joan Kraisky 7. Rhona Kisch, Daniel Stanler

Harper's Books at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton held a festive opening reception for photographer Matt Weber. Enlarged reproductions of photographs from his new coffee table book "The Urban Prisoner," a candid look at New York through his lens will be on display until June 21 along with his beautiful book. Matt Weber, Harper Levine

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Southampton Hospital held a gala in Westhampton Beach to benefit the Westhampton Primary Care Center. The Center serves Westhampton, Remsenburg, Eastport, East Quogue, Quogue, Hampton Bays, Manorville and the Moriches. It was a perfect night with about 400 guests attending for cocktails, auction, dinner and dance. Chris Hiegel and Jane Dietche were co-chairs.








1. Chris Hiegel, Jane Dietche (dinner co-chairs) 2. Pamela & Arnold Shieffer 3. Renata Saary, Carina Saary 4. Lisa Gooder, Methrie Lari, Cornelia Woods 5. Jerry & Liz Byrne 6. Sandy Beueulein, Pamela O’Sullivan, Bess Howell 7. June Sellin, Pilar Purner, Cristina Kepner 8. Meghan Dotson, Alex Khouri, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick

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THE MUSIC FESTIVAL OF THE HAMPTONS KICKOFF Photos & Text: Kimberly Goff COCKTAIL PARTY The Music Festival of the Hamptons has become the Bard Music Festival of the Hamptons.The Festival will run from July 13th-22nd with an exciting line up of talent. As always there will be an opening night "Gala" with cocktails, concert, dinner, and dancing, held at East Hampton Studios in Wainscott. All the information for this year's festival is available at




1. Jeffrey Potter, Priscilla Bowden Potter, Jeanne Schmidt, Janet Jennings, Barbara Mahoney, Job Potter 2. Audrey Flack 3. Erik Petersen, Ellen Ashenfarb, Drew Petersen 4. Owain Hughes 5. Suzanne Blumencranz, Eleanor Leonard 6. Jane and Bart Shallot 7. Eleanor Leonard, Roman, Indira, Dushy Roth, Frazer Dougherty





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The Land Of Bicyclists, Osprey Nests And The Free The Flags On The North Fork That Remind You What It’s About By Phyllis Lombardi Flags of our fathers – mothers, sisters, and brothers, too. They’re all over the North Fork and most often we take no particular notice of them. Like the air we breathe or the mid-June sun that warms us. Then, in that same June, a certain day comes around and we think, “Oh yeah, June 14 is Flag Day.” Next week, as a matter fact. So no better time to check out a few of those North Fork flags. We’re talking about American flags and not the decorative flowery things that float over so many front doors. Or the banners that wave WELCOME or shout SALE from so many of the shops lining Main Road from Riverhead to Orient. Of course there are thousands of American flags on the North Fork. Flying from porches, attached to bicycle handlebars, topping fences. So many of them we don’t even notice. And then, not expecting to, we come across a North Fork American flag that kind of stops us short, gets our attention and affection. Reminds us what it’s all about. Like when you’re coming to Long Island from a few days spent in New England. An hour or so on the Cross Sound Ferry, the North Fork, home. You see it then, the American flag at the entrance to Orient Beach State Park. You see it and you just feel good. For here, at the park, the flag flies over the land of

the free as well as the land of bicyclists and osprey nests. The land of hikers, kayakers and picnic lunches. Of birdwatchers, bay watchers. Travel west a bit and there’s another American flag that will get you thinking. I suppose that’s appropriate. After all, isn’t thinking what school is for? The Oysterponds Elementary School on Main Road raises a flag that acknowledges what is happening in the comfortable building across the wide lawn. Children learning. Perhaps it’s a history lesson they’ll not appreciate till years later. Or maybe they’re struggling with long division (they still do long division, don’t they?). In any case, the kids are in school. The gift of American-flag citizens to those who will carry on. Down the road there’s a pretty impressive flag that takes you by surprise. You’re traveling west through Southold. Maybe it’s a summer Saturday afternoon so Main Road is crowded with cars, the sidewalks with shoppers and even Silversmith’s Corner on Main Road and Youngs Avenue has people milling about. Probably there for a concert. Anyway, you’ll pass Southold Library and Town Hall and St. Patrick Church. Nothing unusual. You’ve done it all before. But then the road curves and the American Legion Griswold-Terry-Glover Post 803 is right in front of you. Their American flag is right in front of you. And you know that those who sacrificed for that flag have

given you all you’ve just passed – the shops, the churches, the libraries, the town halls. Even the music. It’s just a few minutes away from the American Legion – this next flag. And it’s quite a bit smaller. But impressive nonetheless, for here Old Glory keeps vigil over the Old Burying Ground in Cutchogue. On the corner of Main Road and Harbor Lane, the cemetery, owned and maintained by the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council, has weathered gravestones dating back to the early 1700s. Look closely at those gravestones and you’ll see that the American flag flies over names synonymous with North Fork. Tuthill and Case. Terry and Wells. Horton and Goldsmith. Some who own those names were given back to the earth even before our flag saw its birth. The grand old flag really isn’t so old. It seems fitting that our flag-tour concludes with the flag in the center of the traffic circle on Route 58 in Riverhead. Here is where the action is. North, south, east, west. We travel in all directions, to schools, and malls, to courts, hotels and a hospital. Most of the time we travel the circle courteously, easing in when we can, following the rules. Maybe that’s what the Riverhead flag is telling us. That we have to drive and live by a few rules. Easing in when we can. Funny thing about a circle. You come back to where you started. That’s just fine if you’re coming back to the North Fork.

Painting The Streets The 11th Annual Riverhead Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival By Ruth Thomas The 11th Annual Riverhead Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival presented by the East End Arts Council on Sunday, May 27 had something fun for everyone. The main event was the spectacular street painting, but there was also a life-sized checkers tournament, storytelling for kids under a tent and West African interactive drumming circles, topping it off with live music amongst the over 40 exhibits of arts and crafts to see and buy. Proceeds from the Community Mosaic go to support scholarship opportunities for students at the EEAC Community School of the Arts. The Community Mosaic is a FREE, all day celebration of the arts, held on the grounds of the Arts Council on Riverhead’s Main Street. Approximately 3,000-4,000 people attended this year’s event that has been steadily growing since it began 11 years ago. Patricia Snyder, Executive Director of the East End Arts Council has been there from the beginning, when it was held along the Peconic Riverfront. Starting last year, due to construction along the Riverfront it was moved to Main Street and because of its great success, it was held there again this year. Event sponsors included Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Riverhead Free Library, Astoria Federal Savings, Cross Sound Ferry, North Fork Bank Foundation, Knapp-Swezey Foundation, Riverhead Chamber of Commerce, Motosport Brokerage, Friends of the Riverhead Free Library, and the Town of Riverhead and Suffolk County Dept. of Economic Development. These businesses sponsored many of the street painting squares for $75-$300. Artists exhibiting could reserve a 10’x10’ square for $25. Other squares registered in advance were free or $20

on the day of the event and chalk was provided for all who could participate in this interactive visual art. While street painters created their masterpieces on Main Street, a life-size checkers tournament was being played out on a giant checkerboard off Main Street. Sponsored by The Urban League and the Council for Unity together with The East End Arts Council, this event was a real winner for kids and adults alike. Near the checkerboard was the Storytelling Tent, sponsored by The Riverhead Free Library, featuring several renowned local storytellers and interactive musicians including Johnny Cuomo, Harvey Heilbrun, and African Folk Heritage storyteller Joyce Duncan. Talking Drum West African interactive drumming circles let kids discover their own musical talents. As kids enjoyed interactive music under a tent, live

music could be heard on stage throughout the day. The EEAC’s Local Musician’s Showcase on the Riverhead Showstage brought a variety of local musicians to perform. Composer George Cook Maul demonstrated his improvisation; urban poet Ulysses Colon read his poetry; Yvette MalavetBlum beat to the sound of Latin rhythms; and The Freedom Choir from the First Baptist Church of Riverhead sang their psalms. There was a niche for every kind of music lover. By the end of the day the folk/rock music of Liza Coppola, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the John Brzoza Band and Jordan Hope were each humming. Quite a musical medley for one day! And if that was not enough, walking through the many exhibit booths displaying arts and crafts for sale along with food and drink made this a very special day in Riverhead. There was plenty to see and buy from booths, with three-dimensional art made from corks, tie-dyed shirts echoing the 60s, large posters and miniature paintings, and fine jewelry and handmade crafts. For more interactive performances, the Spiral Wave Poi exhibit was the place to be. Here displayed and demonstrated were handcrafted Poi (a tribal dance art form and tool from the South Pacific) by local artist, Susan Blacklocke. Made out of parachute material in every color of the rainbow, Spiral Wave Poi was twirled around in colorful patterns together with music, Zen, yoga, or dance. Kids and adults could all join in the tribal dance form of Spiral Wave Poi. The 11th Annual Riverhead Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival held this Memorial Day weekend was a true celebration of the arts in Riverhead and a welcome glimpse of what is yet to come to this town on the edge of revitalization.

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Perhaps We Could Still Get Coffee? Cutchogue Village Market Is Turning Into A Real Estate Office By Phyllis Lombardi You can’t get a buttered roll with a really hot cup of coffee, so good on a snowy morning, in a real estate agency. And in July, after browsing a crafts fair on the Cutchogue Village Green for an hour, you can’t wander into a real estate agency and pay a dollar for a drink. Ice cold. So imagine my distress hearing Cutchogue Village Market, a landmark deli/café on the southwest corner of Main and New Suffolk roads, was to be no more. The employees, the customers, some deli delicacies. A deli eulogy, if you will. We’ll start outside with the awnings. Over the years they were yellow, or black and white stripes, or a deep maroon. Always pretty, always reminiscent of “olden days” even in 2007. Those olden days? Well, in the 1940s it was Rysko’s Market. Then Nolan’s, Olsen’s, Ireland’s – but the market was always there, right on that corner. Michael Rutigliano was the last owner. He and his staff served the North Fork well. For reasons none of my business, the owner of the property, not Michael, decided real estate was the way to go. Come into the market with me one last time. Sit down at one of ten tables. That one by the window looks good. The one with the checkers game waiting for players. Let’s get coffee and look around. On the walls are pictures past. Cutchogue’s Long Island Rail Road station on Depot Lane. Long gone, that station. There’s an early photo of Fisherman’s Rest Restaurant. It closed just recently. I know the

North Fork will miss that, too. Finished your coffee? Then see this. The menu board features cream of broccoli soup and corned beef. Greenport’s Nelly Mendoza, who works here, says fried chicken is a favorite take-out, as well as thin-crust pizza. Nelly’s found a job on Shelter Island. Good for you, Nelly. Come back and visit with us. Over here on the counter. Drop your change in the “Audrey” canister. Audrey’s the North Fork dog that was viciously attacked and now fighting for her life in rehab. Medical bills? Generous North Forkers will come through. Near the counter you can pick up a copy of Dan’s Papers. If you want, get a coffee refill and sit down and read. Until a friend comes into the market and you start to gossip. It’s always that way. The way it should be, I think.

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Or talk to someone you don’t know. I love to do that. On this last day I approached a table occupied by Shannon and Gregory Messina. They’ve lived in Mattituck for a year (their home, a yellow cottage, belonged to Shannon’s grandma). Shannon didn’t know the market was closing and when I told her she was saddened. Shannon’s happy on the North Fork. Working in New York City on 9/11, she walked over the Brooklyn Bridge trying to reach her Long Island home. Her father met her in Brooklyn. Shannon’s in business for herself now. It’s Yellow Cottage Crafts featuring decorative items she handpaints. All this I learned from a few minutes in the market. I said my good-byes but before I drove away, I stopped in Cutchogue Fire Department – right next door. Those guys will miss the market. Longtime volunteer Ben Andruski worked at Rysko’s when he was a teen. Ben’s volunteer pal, Jim Fogarty, recalled that Mr. Rysko was a volunteer fireman and when the siren sounded he ran from the market and began directing traffic on Main Road. So bring on that real estate agency. We wish it well simply because North Forkers are decent people. If these real estate folks are real wise, they’ll have available, perhaps just on weekends, coffee, rolls, sliced meats and cheese, potato salad, fruit and cookies. Oh, and dill pickles. Now this would be a real deli estate. No question about it. You can take the deli out of Cutchogue but you can’t keep Cutchogue out of a deli.

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The Tanger Sales Tanger In Riverhead Is Offering Great Sales For Fathers Day By Jessica Gold Shopping…it’s a stress buster, a fun activity, a chance to catch up on the latest trends, and a chance to pick out something special that just makes someone in your life feel really good. Any way you slice it; shopping is just one of those great things to do in life. Tanger Outlets in Riverhead is gearing up for the summer season with some great sales; there are just tons of outlets calling your name and beckoning you to stop on by. Looking for a Father’s Day gift that would be just perfect for dad, grandpa or that special man in your life? Stop by Perry Ellis. They are offering the following sales until 6/19/07: “Black & White Hollywood Hills Fathers Day Collection All styles $19.99 each” Suit Separates are 50% off, so are dress shirts, Wallets and accessories are also 50% off! It’s definitely worth stopping in there! Giorgio Armani is offering 15% off of $150 purchase until 6/18/07. Who doesn’t want to give their dad or special man in their life some Armani? Kenneth Cole is also featuring a great Father’s Day sale through the 17th. The sale includes: Footwear for $99.98, Briefcases for $79.98, Watches for $49.98 and Cufflinks for $19.98. For the sporty man in your life, Jockey is offering 30% off of shirts, swimsuits and footwear.

In addition, you can buy 1 Mens Sleep Bottom (pant or short) and get 1 Supima T-shirt 50% Off the Ticketed Price. Need a new briefcase or suitcase? Samonsonite is running a great sale. The Business Case Event has 15-60% off of cases. They are also featuring a sale on Samsonite Outline 7 Luggage and some buy one get one 50% sales. Dad is sure to be very pleased with your purchases. It’s Prom and graduation season. Need a gown? shoes? accessories? Tanger is running some great sales for just the occasion! Now through June 25th, Echo design is featuring a great sale on Prom Wraps. If you show your high school ID,

you will receive an additional 10% off. Movado is holding a big blowout sale on watches. Brands featured in the sale include: Movado, Ebel, Concord, Hugo Boss, Juicy Couture, Coach, ESQ, Tommy Hifiger and Movado Jewelry & Tabletop. Perfumania will give $5 off any $50 or more purchase with coupon. Aerosoles is having a sale on shoes. If you buy any 2 pairs, you can take 20% Off. If you buy 3, you can receive a 25% reduction. Rockport is featuring a 40% off sale through June 10th. Ann Taylor and Off of 5th are offering sales on select items. Happy graduation! If you need to pick up a bathing suit, hat or flipflops for your little one, Carter’s and Osh Kosh are both running sales. You can download coupons and take $10 off when you spend $50 or more! Know anyone who is expecting? Carters has an assortment of beautiful layettes and OshKosh has wonderful, versatile clothes for your growing child; from baby to big boy or girl. You can also purchase the discount book that features discounts on an array of items at a variety of outlet stores. It’s definitely worth it if you plan to be a Tanger regular this summer. There will be plenty of days for hitting the beach, but leave a few open for some great shopping.



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North Fork Events FRIDAY, JUNE 8 BOOK AND AUTHOR LUNCHEON - Friday, June 8, noon. Annual book and author luncheon to be held at the Pridwin Hotel, Shelter Island, hosted by Shelter Island Public Library. Event features CBS Sunday Morning and NBC Nightly News correspondent Robert Lipsyte, recipient of American Library Association’s Margaret A. Edwards Award for lifetime contributions to young adult literature. Gary Paul Gates moderates. Tickets are $55. Reservations and choice of entrée must be made in person at library front desk on Route 114. 631-749-0042. AUDUBON EVENTS - North Fork Audubon Society events at Red House Nature Center in Greenport. Friday, June 8, 7:30 p.m.—Annual meeting and dragonfly program; Sunday, June 10, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.—Dragonfly survey training. 631-682-9371 PIANO TASTING- 5th Annual Piano Tasting Weekend at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery in Cutchogue. Frank and Camille Fine Pianos, the largest piano dealer in

the tri-state area, will display a beautiful selection of topnotch brand pianos. Please come to play, admire, try or just sit at one of these beautiful works ofart, while savoring the flavor notes in our wines - making beautiful music together. Contact 631-734-5111 for more information. PIANO WINE TASTINGCastello di Borghese Vineyards will be hosting a Piano Wine Tasting from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It will be held from Friday June 8 to Sunday June 10. 631-734-5111 HIKE- 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Three-mile hike through Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island, offered by Group for the South Fork. Free. Reservations: 631-537-1400, ext. 18. HEALTHCARE ON EASTERN LONG ISLAND- The ‘Healthcare on Eastern Long Island’ program is part of 24th annual breakfast conference at Riverhead Polish Hall, hosted by Peconic Community Council Inc. Admission: general, $55; members, $50. Registration: 631-727-6831. EAST END ART COUNCIL - Opening reception for East End Arts Council’s juried mixed-media show, ‘Duality,’

Riverhead; show runs through July 13. 631-727-0900,

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 WINEMAKERS WALK-. Witness the beginning of great wine as the buds break open into leaves on a guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery in Cutchogue. $15 Per person at 1:00 p.m. Contact 631-734-5111 for more information WOODY MACK CONCERT- The Woody Mack Classic Rock concert from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Peconic. Contact Dorian Harkoff at 631-786-7974 or email at for more information. (continued on page 70)

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North Fork Dining Crossroads Diamond Restaurant- A cozy intimate atmosphere for fine dining. Tiffany lamps add to the elegant déécor with cozy hand-crafted booths that offer seclusion. Serving fresh, local produce. Open seven days a week, serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Located at 3725 Route 25 and Edwards Avenue, Calverton. Call 631-369-2221. Buoy One – Fresh seafood market, dining room and takeout. Voted “Best of the Best Seafood” in 2005 and 2006. Open Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Located at 1175 West Main Street, Riverhead. Call 631-208-9737. Parto’s – Italian restaurant, pizzeria, caféé. Frank Spatola invites you to enjoy a real taste of Italy. Old-style, rural Tuscan atmosphere. Appetizers, soups, salads, pastas, entrees, seafood, dessert, coffee. Open Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Sun. 12-9 p.m. Visit Located at 12 West Main Street, 100 yards west of Atlantis Marine World, Riverhead. Call 631-727-4828.



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Quite The Sailor Tuttle O’Grady Borrows A Sailboat For A While And Leaves An Impression By T.J. Clemente It is that time of year. The painting and scrubbing is completed. The sails are mended, tended, and ready to slide up the halyards to once again bring motion to a vessel that has spent the winter in a parking lot, or driveway or boatyard. There is a magic to getting all the preparations done, and then the anticipation of seeing the keel sink into the water only to see it again in late October. The winter was long and cold, the spring short but the summer season is now here and the magic of sailing off the sandy coast of the North Fork is at hand. An old sailor once told me the story of the first time he ever saw Greenport. He was a commercial fisherman out of Bristol, Massachusetts; He was on a 79 dragger when a sudden storm caught him and the crew in the midst of one of their best catches. The ocean seemed to swallow the rusty metal fishing boat and then spit it out into wicked winds and rougher seas. The captain refused to go to Montauk because there was an arrest warrant out in East Hampton because he laid out a former police officer with one mighty blow over a remark about fishermen. It was the town dock in Greenport he was hoping to reach to collect his wits, repair the boat and again step safely on the shore. The captain never made it to Greenport alive. A large metal shaft collapsed and hit him square on

the head the only time he had left the bridge to check out the vessel. The storm subsided and the crew voted to bring the captain to Greenport as he had intended. The police were efficient, but understanding the crew sold off the fish and went out to the bars. That night, one of the crew members, an old man, met the woman who became his wife and he never left. I met this man, Tuttle O’Grady on Preston’s dock one summer. By this time his wife had passed on. He said he’d watch my sailboat as I went around town to buy new deck shoes. He looked at my 23 foot O’Day and asked if I’d mind taking him out for a short while, for some reason I said yes and to this day I am glad I did. Tuttle O’Grady had sailed with his dad in the forties. He made my boat sing a song in the wind I never heard. The sailboat hit true pitch runs and reaches for Tuttle. I never knew it had that in her. Every sail in every direction was in high feather. I was in

awe of the magic this old seaman had. He rarely smiled as he read every breeze as if it where the Holy Grail. We shared some rum from a pewter flask I had. He didn’t seem to like its quality but said nothing. As the sun began to set he headed back for Greenport. His wife’s soul he said rides the breeze off Greenport. She guides him through every tack and reach. He feels her magic, when the breeze touches him like she touched him that very first day after he walked on land bringing ashore his dead captain. Tuttle was a man of few words but when he

spoke he meant it. I am sure what he told me, he believed. And now when I think back to that day I believe. Last year I could not find Tuttle anywhere in Greenport. I am not sure what has become of him. But every time I sail, I think of him sitting right where I am sitting, making my boat one with the wind, hitting true notes and pitches as only the finest instruments can. I now know his wife knows me too, and when I catch the wind just right, I know she smiles because she knows I know she’s out there.

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Dan’s North Fork It’s impossible to conceive what went though the minds of Matt Kar and his wife Gail when they heard the news early one morning that their newly restored restaurant had been destroyed by fire only a few weeks before it was due to open. The Jamesport Manor Inn was originally built back in the mid 1800’s and had been turned into a restaurant around 1965 but had been empty since 1999. Matt Kar owns the very popular Jamesport Country Kitchen and the Christopher Michael off-site catering company and when he purchased the old house, he and Gail decided to restore it to its former splendor. Fortunately, Gail took many photos of the interior and exterior of the house so when they decided to start again, after the fire, they had plenty of references. It is amazing that in nine months, they and their builders, Owen Construction of Calverton rebuilt the house, which is

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Alaska and travels in Asia, most recently cooked for six years with Starr Boggs. He describes his style here as being New American with a Mediterranean flair. He relies heavily on local produce and likes to change his menu daily, although I believe, based on our experience that some of the dishes we tasted should become signature dishes and hopefully be available regularly. The dining room is naturally broken into smaller areas that make for a nice sense of privacy and the décor and settings are warm and comfortably elegant. We started with a salmon roll tempura with mori, caramelized leeks and seaweed salad and this was a very tasty and rather different appetizer. The inherent taste of the salmon stood up well to the other rich tastes. We could not pass on the Reeves Farm asparagus, the season here is so short and Eric prepared this wrapped in prosciutto and served with morel mushroom and parmigian reggiano. Again, a very good blend of tastes and textures. Speaking to Eric before we ate, he was enthusing about the superb quality and freshness of the Mattituck black sea bass that he was serving whole that evening. We shared one and it came with a very Greek style blend of Northville Farm baby beets served with their own cooked leaves, a dish that brought childhood memories back to Stella. The fish was a masterpiece - yes served on the bone it requires some work to fillet the fish but the result was doubly worth the effort. For our meat course we chose another dish that we had both grown up with in different countries, calves liver. Now unfortunately, there are so many, especially among the young, who blanch at the idea of eating such foods as liver or kidneys. I have to say that this was a wonderful dish and we both agreed that we have never eaten better liver. The liver was succulent, softly tender and accompanied by apple wood smoked bacon and a sauce that really complemented the tastes. This is a dish that should always be on the menu as long as liver of this quality is available. Other wonderful sounding entrees included salmon, tuna, wild mushroom risotto, Kobe flat iron steak, veal chop and duck - really something for all tastes. Desserts are all made in house, apart from a Briermere fruit pie. We only had room for the delicious drunken cherry and pistachio bread pudding and that with an excellent cup of espresso brought an excellent meal to a delightful close. When dining here you must take the time to go up to the top floor, admiring the staircase and the paneling as you go, because Gail has turned the whole floor into an art gallery where the East End Arts Council are displaying works by local artists that are changed every two months. The gallery is beautiful and really shows the paintings to their best advantage. The wine list is international in scope with many wines from the Mediterranean region as well as from Long Island. The prices are exceptionally sensible. You can get a bottle of wine from $16 with many around the $20 mark. Appetizers range from $8 to 12; Main course from $25 to 30 and desserts are $8 to 9. Matt and Gail Kar deserve so much credit for sticking to their dream, even after the tragedy of the fire. The new building is a tribute to their vision and the skills of the workmen who built it and the restaurant is a wonderful addition to the North Fork that will draw diners from far and near. Reservations are already necessary, particularly on weekends. The restaurant is currently open for dinner seven days a week and they plan to open for lunch, probably starting some time in late June. – Roy Bradbrook

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Raphael Brings Four for Food One of the greatest things about Long Island wines is their food-friendly attributes. Many are fruit-forward, but they almost never plunge into the jammy, “fruit bomb” territory of many New World wines. Alcohol levels usually hover around the 12-13% level as well—so you can have two or three glasses of wine with dinner and not need a nap. Cool nights and ocean breezes help growing grapes retain their natural acidity too— another great benefit for those who like wine with food. A move away from heavy new oak—or at least more judicious use of said oak—also results in wines ideally suited to table time. Raphael, and its winemaker Richard OlsenHarbich, have four recent releases that really fit the bill for summer-time table duty. Olsen-Harbich, who has been making wine on Long Island for nearly 30 years, is unrelenting in his dedication to Long Island’s grape-growing abilities. His wines reflect our region’s distinctiveness—its terroir if you will. He doesn’t try to make California wines. He doesn’t try to make Bordeaux wines. He makes Long Island wines—it’s that simple. A clean, refreshing new white, the 2006 Grand Cru Chardonnay ($16) is made entirely in stainless steel tanks—the way the winemaker thinks local chardonnay shines most brightly. The nose is somewhat austere, but offers faintly fruity pear and melon aromas with a wonderful smell of the sea in the background. That almost-salty minerality carries through and drives the palate with the pear and melon character taking a step back. Medium bodied with sub-


stantial—but balanced—natural acidity, this would make a great house wine this summer. The finish even lingers longer than expected. Chardonnay is the most planted white grape in North Fork vineyards, but some of the most exciting wines I’ve tasted lately are made with sauvignon blanc, including Olsen-Harbich’s Raphael 2006 Sauvignon Blanc ($22). If the Grand Cru’s nose is the shy guy at the party, this wine’s nose is the party animal that everyone knows. It is explosively aro-

matic with fresh-cut grass, kiwi, gooseberry and grapefruit demanding attention. There’s even some of that ‘cat pee’ aroma that is found in many New Zealand sauvignons. Intensely flavorful in the mouth, it’s extremely citrusy and grassy with tart, snappy acidity and a terrific, lengthy finish. A delicious, appetite-whetting wine to be sure. Much like sauvignon blanc’s relationship to chardonnay locally, cabernet franc often plays second (or even third) fiddle to merlot, but not when it comes to Raphael’s 2005 Cabernet Franc ($18), it is a star in its own right. This wine captures the ripeness of a tremendous vintage and purely expresses why this grape is so well suited to Long Island. Many local winemakers use plenty of oak when making their cab franc (with widely varying results), but this wine is made without oak, resulting in what may well be my favorite local red under $20. The nose is loaded with red cherries and raspberries that are accented by floral spice and earthy notes. The palate is richly flavorful with cherry, spice and earth and pleasant structure—the result of acidity and skin tannin rather than overbearing oak. The last member of this foodsome foursome is Raphael’s second-label 2004 Estate Merlot ($16), which very well may be the best second-label merlot in the local market. It is a medium-bodied red with black raspberry and black cherry flavors, is soft and fruity with nice earthy-leather notes that keep it from being simple or boring. For more information, visit the tasting room in Peconic or visit

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MONDAY, JUNE 11 GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS-Monday, June 11, 11 a.m.: ‘Tee Off Against Breast Cancer’ second annual golf tournament at Cherry Creek Golf Links in Riverhead, sponsored by North Fork Breast Health Coalition to benefit “Lend a Helping Hand” grants for breast cancer patients. Barbecue lunch begins noon; shotgun start 1 p.m. Fee: $150 per golfer; $50 dinner only. Reservations: 631-722-3025, 631-208-8889.

COMING UP GARDEN TOUR - Saturday, June 16, from 1-5 p.m. ‘Village Gardens/Nature’s Gardens’ spring garden tour and plant sale hosted by Oysterponds Historical Society offers opportunity to view gardens within Village and on Long Island Sound. Native plant sale at Old Point School House on Village Lane features plants grown and donated by Maureen Cullinane. Tickets are $25 at the door. Members and advance ticket purchase is $20. 631-323-2480. GOLF TOURNAMENT- Wednesday, June 13 the ELIH Golf Classic will be held at Gardiner’s Bay Country Club on Shelter Island. The Event schedule includes 11:30am Lunch, 1 pm - Shotgun Tee Off, 5:30 pm - Cocktails, Buffet

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ONGOING EVENTS GREENPORT GALLERY WALK- On the third Saturday of every month from June through December (69 pm), a select group of galleries will open their doors for an evening of gallery hopping. Please join us for viewing, gallery talks, and refreshments. Dates are: June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20, November 17, and December 15. For further information please call 631477-2153 REIKI- The last Monday of every month from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Location: Grace Episcopal Church 753 Roanoke Ave, Riverhead. Reiki will be held every Monday at Peconic Bay Medical Center Roanoke Ave, Riverhead 2nd Floor, Conference Rooms B & C. For details please call Ellen Jean McCabe, Ceritified Reiki Master Teacher 631-727-2072.

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

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BENEFITS ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY AND CHINESE AUCTION – 6/9 – 3-7 p.m. To benefit The Hampton Bays Beautification Association. Tickets $30. Held at Beach Bar, 58 Foster Avenue, Hampton Bays. Call 631-728-2921 or 631728-4410. DONNA BLIEKA MEMORIAL CYCLING RIDE – 6/9 – The Big D Ride – a bike ride from Bohemia to Montauk to benefit Donna Blieka’s 3 children. Start time 1 p.m. at the Sag Harbor Fire Department in Sag Harbor. Call 516-445-



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FRIDAY, 8 CONCERT AT ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – 6/8 – 7 p.m. Singer Yvette Malavet-Blum will offer a cabaret-style evening concert. Held in the Morris Meeting Room, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. Call 631-2830774 ext. 523. UPSCALE BARN SALE – 6/8-6/9 – 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Antiques, furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing, pottery, glassware and more. Preview June 8 from 5-7 p.m., admission $25. Located At Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House, Southampton. Call 631-283-2494. FREE LECTURE – 6/8 – 7:30 p.m. “The Antarctic Ecosystem”: Are krill the real reason penguins have ‘Happy Feet’? presented by Dr. Joseph Warren, Assistant Professor of Acoustical Oceanography. Marine Sciences Research Center. Reception follows. Held in Duke Hall at Stony Brook Southampton Campus, 239 Montauk Hwy. Call 631-6325020. LOAVES & FISHES COOKING SCHOOL – 6/8 – 6-9 p.m. Long Island Seafood instructed by Paul Roman. Cost is $109. Located at 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. 631-537-6066.

SATURDAY, 9 HAMPTONS AUTO CLASSIC/2007 AUCTION AND HAMPTON CONCOURS – 6/9-6/10 – The Hamptons Auto Classic/Auction 2007 will take place on June 9 at 8 a.m. On June 10 classic motor cars will compete in classes and special awards at the Annual Hamptons Concours d’Elegance from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. On Sunday at 12 p.m., Princess Yasmin Aga Khan will present the awards to the Concours winners during a cocktail reception. General admission $15 on Sat. and $25 on Sun. The cost for the Sunday cocktail reception is $125. A portion of all proceeds benefits Habitat for Humanity. At the Hayground School on Mitchells Lane in Bridgehampton. 631-537-1868. CANIO’S BOOKS – 6/9 – 6 p.m. Singer/songwriter Caroline Doctorow will play tunes from her newest CD Follow You Down live at Canio’s Books. A goodwill donation will be requested. Located at 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-4926. ARTS & CRAFTS – 6/9-6/10 – 11 a.m.-6 p.m. The art fair will take place outdoors and will feature art, photography, hand crafted jewelry, ceramics, wood, leather, glass, hand-painted clothing and many gift items. Located at East Hampton American Legion, Montauk Highway, Route 27,

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SUNDAY, 10 THE ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL – 6/10 – 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Featuring fun and games, as well as strawberry shortcake with real whipped cream. Located at the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton, 120 Main Street, East Hampton. Call 631-324-0711. ANNUAL STRAWBERRY JAZZ CONCERT – 6/10 – 2 p.m. The annual Strawberry Jazz Concert featuring the Hal McKusick Jazz Trio. A homemade strawberry dessert reception follows the concert. Tickets $30 at the door, $25 in advance, $15 for students in advance. Tickets can be purchased at Canio’s Books, 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor. The concert will be at Christ Episcopal Church of Sag Harbor, corner of Hampton and East Union Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0128. BOOK SIGNING – 6/10 – 2 p.m. Richard Rosenthal will be at the Hampton Bays Library for a discussion and signing of his humorous novel, The Dandelion War. Located at 52 Ponquogue Ave., Hampton Bays. Call 631-728-6241. SUMMER AUTHORS ROUND TABLE DINNER SERIES – 6/10 – 6:30 p.m. Meet authors Susan Meisel and Nathalie Sann for a discussion about their book Gourmet Shops of New York. Cost is $74 per person and includes a three-course meal and a signed copy of the book. At Alison Restaurant, 95 School St., Bridgehampton. Call 631-5377100. PECONIC YOUTH ORCHESTRA CONCERT – 6/10 – (continued on page 73)



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Amagansett. Call 631-724-5966. LANDSCAPE PLEASURES – 6/9-6/10 – The Parrish Art Museum’s annual horticultural event and fundraiser will explore “Photography in the Garden: Then & Now.” This year’s symposium starts on June 9 at 8:30 a.m. and includes illustrated talks by notable speakers. The tours will take place on June 10 from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. $125 for members, $175 for non-members. Located at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631-283-2118. WHBPAC – 6/9 – 8 p.m. Joan Armatrading will be performing. Tickets $80, $65, and $50. Located at 76 Main St., Westhampton Beach. Call 631-288-1500 or visit ONE DAY SALE AND SHOW – 6/9 – 12-5 p.m. Sculptures, paintings, prints, mirrors, music and a fashion show. Located at the Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton. Call 631-744-5098. BOOK LAUNCH – 6/9 – 5 p.m. A publication party will be held for Voices of Sag Harbor: A Village Remembered as part of Sag Harbor’s 300th Anniversary. For a $25 donation to the Friends of the Library, ticket holders will receive a copy of the book. Couples can pay $30 for one copy. The book will be on sale for $19.95 at the library after June 9th. Held at John Jermain Memorial Library, 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0049.


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3 p.m. The Peconic Youth Orchestra will present their spring concert at the Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane, Southampton. Call 631-287-4377.

MONDAY, 11 ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – 6/11 – 5 p.m. There will be a reception and short reading by contributors to the Southampton High School literary magazine, Point Break. Student contributions of art, photography and writing will also be featured. Located at 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. 631-283-0774 ext. 523. ROSS NUTRITION LECTURE SERIES – 6/11 – 6:30 p.m. Featuring a lecture on healthy and tasty party foods. Held at the Ross School, 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton. Call 631-907-5376. OIL PAINTING WORKSHOP – 6/11 – An oil painting workshop for adult beginners. Meets Monday from 10 a.m.12 p.m. or 7-9 p.m. $50 fee includes supplies. At the Sag Harbor Stud-io, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0645.

TUESDAY, 12 BAY STREET THEATRE – 6/12-7/1 – Katherine Helmond stars in the American premiere of The Night Season. Performances are at 8 p.m. on Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. and at 7 p.m. on Sundays. There are 2 p.m. matinees on Wednesdays and 4 p.m. shows on select Saturdays. Located at Bay Street Theatre, on the Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-9500 or visit BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES – 6/12 – Learn to dance Smooth at 6 p.m., Latin at 7 p.m. and Disco at 8 p.m. every Tuesday. Class costs $10 and partners are not required. At the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, 977 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. Call 631-288-5659. LOAVES & FISHES COOKING SCHOOL – 6/12 – 6-9 p.m. Italian Feast. Instructed by Cynthia Battaglia. Cost is $99. Located at 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-6066. SINGING LESSONS – 6/12-7/24 – The Southampton Cultural Center is offering a 6-session, 2 hour singing workshop on Tuesdays focusing on the mechanics of singing and the techniques for getting to the heart of a song and communicating it. Located at 25 Pond Lane, Southampton. Call 631-287-4377.

WEDNESDAY, 13 ARTISTS’ STUDIO TOUR – 6/13 – The Parrish Art Museum will allow visitors to see the Bridgehampton studio of Mary Heilmann and Bryan Hunt’s 19th century barns in Wainscott. The tours are being offered in conjunction with the Parrish’s current “Studio as Muse” exhibitions. $15 for members/$20 non-members. Located at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-283-2118.


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THURSDAY, 14 LOAVES & FISHES COOKING SCHOOL – 6/14 – 11 a.m.-2 p.m. At Home Bakery: Scones and Muffins. Instructed by Jeanne Cuddy-Peretz. Cost is $99. Located at 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. 631-537-6066.

OUTDOOR RECREATION & FITNESS SATURDAY, 9 GOLF CLINIC – 6/9 – 9:30-11 a.m. Poxabogue Golf Center will be offering a golf clinic focusing on the full swing. Cost is $50 per person. Equipment provided. Reservations required. Located at 3556 Montauk Highway, Wainscott. 631-537-0025. SOFO SURPRISE – 6/9 – 10 a.m.-12p.m. 5-mile hike into the unknown. Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum parking lot on Bridgehampton Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0660. BIKE RIDE SOUTHOLD AND PECONIC – 6/9 – 9 a.m. The two to three hour bike ride will go through North Fork towns with visits to Horton Lighthouse and Catapano

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DAN’S TRAVELS The Sport of Kings, Part 1 This week, I have been gearing up for my first polo lesson at the Southampton Polo Club. I dropped by the club last week and, contrary to my previous belief, polo ponies are not scraggly cast-offs from other equine disciplines. These horses are big, gleaming, muscular athletes with a sparkle in their eye and, for the most part, extremely forgiving temperaments. Once I looked out over the three perfectly flat polo fields, I knew that I had to try it. So, on Friday afternoon, I am taking my first polo lesson. Stay tuned for a recap of that lesson next week. For now, here’s a polo primer to get everyone ready for this season. A polo game, called a match, is played with two teams of four players each on a grass field. The playable part of the field is 300 yards long and 200 yards wide, marked by a white line. The goal posts, at either end of the field are placed eight yards apart. A game is separated into chukkas, which are seven minutes and thirty seconds long. Professional games have eight chukkas, while most club games have five or six. There are three minutes in between chukkas and five minutes at half time during which the players change horses. In professional polo, horses play no more than two chukkas in an afternoon, with a rest of at least one chukka between chukkas played. In club polo, horses may play in up to three chukkas, depending on the speed of the game and the fitness of the horse. At the end of each chukka, the teams switch sides of the field. The purpose of the game is simple – use your mallet to hit the ball into your opponent’s goal.


This year looks like a bad year for ticks on Long Island Trails. The last two years we had a lot of rain causing the woodlands to grow at a tremendous rate. We’ve had several mild winters in a row, many trees are denuded by several years of successive caterpillar infestations giving the brush layer more sun than usual and there seems to be less maintenaince on the trails. If people were reading my articles, they wouldn’t be showing up for hikes while so poorly protected against ticks. Ticks are extremely simple creatures and therefore very predictable and easy to deal with. They don’t have teeth or stingers and, compared to most insects, they move rather slow. There is no reason to allow a fear of ticks to interfere with your enjoyment of the trails. There are some guidelines to follow when hiking Long Island’s trails. Don’t hike a trail that isn’t cleared well enough so that you can’t walk in the middle of it without having bushes or grass brush against your legs. Forget about walking a trail that is less than 2.5 feet wide. If the sides of a trail have grown together, call the land manager and let them know that they have an unsafe trail. Always stay on the trail and wear light-colored clothing so you can see if you are picking up these unwanted passengers. Wear tight-woven socks that you can tuck your pants into. I wear women’s white knee-highs over my socks and pants. Tuck your shirt into your pants so if you are inattentive for a while, you can still catch them higher up. Treat your socks and pants with an insect repellent that has permethrin as the active ingredient and carefully follow the directions for application of the product. I’ve been experimenting with other products but haven’t found anything yet that works as well. Check for ticks often. They catch their ride between sneaker and mid thigh, and

However, a complex penalty or 60 yards away. Only the and handicap system keeps it team captain may speak to the interesting. Handicaps are umpire or dispute a penalty. what distinguish amateur If you want to watch some players from professionals. serious professional polo, head The handicaps are called over to Two Trees Farms on goals and are on a scale from any weekend in July or August 2 to 10. Most professional to watch the best of the best players play with a handicap compete at the Brigehampton of five goals or more. Once a Polo Club’s high-stakes tourteam of four is established, naments. Some of the teams, the players’ handicaps are such as Black Watch and totaled to find the “team White Birch, have already handicap.” If each player has attained household-name staIgnacio “Nacho” Figueras tus. As far as the players go, a handicap of four goals, the there are many rising stars to watch this season. team would be referred to as a “sixteen-goal team.” However, there are two favorites worth knowing When two teams of unequal handicaps play each about before you go. Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras is my other, the team with the lower goal-number is given pick, not only because he is a 6 or 7-goal player the difference in goals before the start of the game. (depending on the year) and the captain of the Black If a sixteen-goal team plays an eight-goal team, for Watch team, but also because he is the face of Ralph example, the eight-goal team would start the game Lauren’s Black Label Collection, making him the with eight goals already “scored,” while the sixteenposter athlete for Hamptons sports around the goal team would start with a score of 0. world. Speaking strictly sports, however, Adolfo Once the game begins, penalties can be given for Cambiaso as the most important player to watch. excessively rough play, for crossing in front of Cambiaso has been playing at the ten-goal level another player who is following the ball on its exact since the age of nineteen and is considered the best line, hooking an opponent’s stick from the opposite polo player in the world. Although he has played for side of the pony as the ball, or running another playWhite Birch in the past, he will be playing for Crab er off the field by charging at them from an angle. Apple this year. The severity of the offense and degree of danger For more information on the rules of the game, the determines how severe of a penalty is issued. stars and when tournaments are being held, visit Penalties range from the ball being tossed ten yards from the offending team’s goal to a free hit from 30



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then head upward. Pick them off your clothes and flick them with purpose and direction into the woods – not towards your friends. Check yourself before you enter the car. Check your entire body when you get home and shower. If one attaches to you, use tweezers to grab the tick as close to your skin as possible and pull it straight out. I’ve been playing in Long Island’s woods for the last seventeen years and have yet to contract a tick-born disease. Obviously I have to make a disclaimer here. I can’t guarantee that you won’t have a tick attach to you, or that you won’t get a tick-born disease. I can only relate my experience on the subject. If we continue to entice tourists to visit the Long Island’s beautiful network of trails, then it would be morally reprehensible if the land managers and volunteer groups didn’t get together and figure out how to address this enormous maintenance issue cooperatively and quickly. I suggest that you contact your local trails group and ask which trails are best maintained – Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference 631-360-0753, Southampton Trails Preservation Society (STPS)

631-537-5202, East Hampton Trails Preservation Society The Southampton Trails Preservation Society has work outings every Thursday led by STPS Maintenance Chair Ken Bieger. He can be contacted at if you are interested in participating in an STPS trail work party. Last Thursday we moved a segment of the Paumanok Path (PP) and a bridge in Bridgehampton. To see our handiwork, you can park on the “island” where Stony Hill Road and Brick Kiln Road meet. If you walk south from the island about 150 feet along Brick Kiln Road, you will see where the PP comes from the west on what looks like a driveway, but is actually where Middle Line Highway crosses Brick Kiln Road. Look to your left (east) for the opening to the trail and follow it less than a mile to the section of trail we are presently working on. If you continue in this direction, the PP will take you to the Long Pond Greenbelt. Next week, I will relate the interesting story behind the origins of a beautiful new little loop trail in the Dwarf Pine Plains in Westhampton. In the meantime, if you wish to walk this .06-mile trail, the directions are as follows: take Sunrise Highway to exit 63 south; the exit ramp enters Old Riverhead Road (County Road 31). Proceed south – you will see a large building on the left hand side of the road. Enter left turning lane and turn left into the Suffolk County Water Authority driveway. Parking is available on site. Ken Kindler is a Trails and Open Space Advocate working to help the trails groups and land managers care for our “Natural Island.” If you would like to learn more about our trails or help care for them, visit the Hiking Long Island website.

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CLASSIC CARS One of the most common e-mails I receive asks the question, “What current cars do you think will become classics in the future?” The simple answer is that highly desirable car today will be coveted in the future. The more complex answer is that the previous sentence is not always true. Nobody wanted the Tucker Motor Car when it was introduced. The BMW 507 sold poorly when it was on the market. No one in America wanted a 1950 Volkswagen Bug or a 356 Porsche of the same era. Recently at the Barret-Jackson Car Auction I saw a 1960s Dodge Super Bee bid to $60,000. Besides its silly name, this car was always a joke among car enthusiasts. Yet, who among us wouldn’t want any of the above cars, with perhaps the exception of the Super Bee, in our garage? The point I’m making about car collecting and values is that the rules are the same as they were in the movie Fight Club. If you remember, the first rule of Fight Club was that you do not talk about Fight Club. There are some cars that are instant collector cars – Ferraris, Porsches, Corvettes, certain Mercedes and Bentleys. These high-priced vehicles have always had a wish list following and always will. Twenty to thirty years from now, the kids who have pictures of them hanging on their bedroom walls will have the purchasing power to buy their childhood dream as a collector car. These types of vehicles are the blue chips of current production cars. Buy one, keep it maintained, waxed, rust free and garaged for decades and the odds are that you’ll make money on it. However, and it’s a big however, do you really want to keep a car that long? How many people have enough garage space to house the same old car for that period of time? Like most car enthusiasts, I sold my Ferrari, Porsches and Fords many years ago, usu-


ally because I tired of them and wanted another car. I was astounded to learn that my old Porsche racecar sold for $1 million a decade after I sold it for a paltry $10,000. Why didn’t I keep the Porsche 550 racer, the Ferrari and the Ford Woodies? Like most older car collectors say today about the current value of collector cars, “If we only knew.” The days of the $3,000 1955 Mercedes Gullwing and the $500 1940 Ford coupe are gone, but there are interesting cars currently in production that should make for an enjoyable investment at a reasonable price. The car that immediately comes to mind is the Mazda Miata. This car is solely responsible for the rebirth of the low-priced sports car. Like the highly desirable British collector classics such as the 1955 MG-A or the early Austin Healy 100, the Miata will someday have a strong collector following. An added bonus with the Miata is that the car is virtually bullet proof from a mechanical standpoint. I would put my money on the original first series Miata. Like a

1955 356A Porsche, it’s the first series and the purest looking of the marque. Speaking of Porsches, the mid 1990s Porsche 993s were the last models to have an air-cooled rear engine. I see their prices already rising. A Porsche will cost you considerably more than a Miata, but you will see a bigger return on your investment. A good 1990 Miata will cost under $10,000 while a good Porsche 993 can be found for under $40,000. By “good” I mean an all-original car with proven low mileage. There are a lot of sleepers out there. The Acura NSX is one of them. A truly excellent landmark car for the Japanese, its only weakness is that it has always competed with the Italian and German sports cars for dominance. The same can be said for the Z cars from Nissan, or the Mazda RX-7 and the excellent but unappreciated Toyota MR-2. Japanese sports cars have never gained the street credit that the European cars have achieved. Speaking of credentials, there are a slew of high performance Japanese cars that are making waves – the Subaru WRX, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Mazdaspeed four-door sedans and the screaming Honda Civic SI. My guess is that in the future these will be highly desirable collector cars appealing to an entirely different kind of car enthusiast than we have in the marketplace today. Other long shots are the current Mini and Volkswagen GTI. Like I said earlier, if you want ‘em today, you’ll want them three decades from now. Forget about those SUVs. In the future, gasoline will be so expensive, no one would want a collector SUV. A “collector SUV,” now there’s an oxymoron. Bob Gelber, an automotive journalist living in the Hamptons, appears regularly on television as an automotive expert. You can email him at

DAN’S TRAVELS Go Fish Fishermen and fisherwomen, now hear this – THE FISH ARE IN! Fish being caught in local waters are fluke, weakfish, porgies, blues and striped bass. In Shinnecock Bay, the incoming tide brings loads of

sand eels and fluke. Medium-sized blue fish (called “cocktail blues” weighing two-to-five pounds) are also in Shinnecock. We recommend purchasing bait at local bait shops (Hampton Bays, Sag Harbor, Amagansett, Montauk, Southhold, etc.) because they know the local waters and where the fish are now. Most of the action is in local inshore bays as the offshore (ocean) waters are still very cold. Ken Morse of Tight Lines Tackle in Sag Harbor reports fluke of five to eight pounds in the Harbor

itself. Large stripers are being caught trolling with wire lines or drifting with live eels as bait in the waters between North Haven and the south Shelter Island ferry slips. Ken also tells us a 49 lb. striped bass weighed in at his shop. Steve at Wego Fishing Station in Southhold says large porgies are in Peconic Bay and bluefish are also everywhere. There are stripers being caught in Plum Gut and weakfish off Roses Grove in Southampton. Brian of East End Bait and Tackle of Hampton Bays notes plenty of fluke in Shinnecock Bay with many “keepers” (19.5 inches or longer) and throw-

backs. There are also some stripers being caught with clam bellies, and bluefish are everywhere. Harvey Bennett of The Tackle Shop in Amagansett says there are fluke off the red can buoys in Napeague Harbor, bluefish in Gardiner’s Bay and porgies at Cartwright shoals. Paulie of Paulie’s Tackle in Montauk says surf fishing has been slow but fluke fishing is good north of the Lighthouse with fish of ten pounds and up. – Rich Firstenberg Email me with any questions or interesting experiences at

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EAST END KID: CMEE- KIDS CREATE P.E.A.C.E BY EMILY HART POST With a little help from Katlean de Monchy and David Post The outdoor theater was hot, but luckily the show was hotter as kids put on a show about

PEACE. It means People Engaging Art Creativity and Enlightenment. It was a musical about people and things getting along performed by kids. There were animals telling stories about finding peace in their environment – something all people need to learn about. The show was put on at the Children’s Museum of the East End in

Bridgehampton. It was a beautiful day and kids and their parents filled the theatre until there was not a spot left to sit. We got there early so we got a great spot. DON’T FORGET – e-mail my dad about events, parties and cool places to visit in the Hamptons. See you there.

KID KALENDAR COMING UP Upcoming events can be seen in the following sections:

Art Events – pg. 91, Benefits – pg. 72, Movies – pg. 84, Day by Day – pg. 72, Kids’ Events – pg. 76, Nightlife – pg. 82, Entertainment (Take 5) – pg. 82

THIS WEEK TEEN DANCE – 6/8 – 6:30-9 p.m. Free food and rides at Red Creek Park Activity Center. This is an alcohol and drug free event for youths in grades 6-8. Call 631-2875734. PIZZA & PAJAMA NIGHT – 6/8 – 6-7:30 p.m. Pizza and book reading followed by an art project at CMEE, located at 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-8250. ART WORKSHOP – 6/9 – 10-11 a.m. “Miro For Everyone” with artist Karyn Mannix. $20 including materials. Located at The Golden Eagle, 14 Gingerbread Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-324-0603. FAMILY TEAMBUILDING FUN! – 6/9 – 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Come with family members or friends and learn about each other and yourself as we play large group games and challenges such as Chaos, Pipeline, Monsters, and Wing Nut. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy afterwards if you wish. Fun and free for adults and kids over 7. Reservations required. Call 631-653-4771.

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UPCOMING CAMP GAN ISRAEL – 7/5-8/17 – For ages 2 1/2-8 gymnastics, yoga, art, music, tennis, swimming, challa baking, hands on science trips and special events with a great staff. Located at the Montessori School. Call 631680-6140 or email SHAKESPEARE FOR KIDS – 7/30-8/3 – Missoula Children’s Theatre program, a part of Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, will produce “The Wizardry of Will.” Through exploration of the Bard’s most popular plays, the young actors will meet his most beloved characters, speak their words and take the stage for a Shakespearean performance. For ages 6-16. Call 631-288-2350. CHILDREN’S THEATRE WORKSHOP – Stages Summer Stock provides instruction in acting, singing, and dance. Children also participate in full-scale musical production. Session 1 runs from July 2 through July 29, Session 2 runs from Aug. 1 through Aug. 26. For ages 818. Call 631-329-1420. CHILDHOOD MEMORIES – Music and arts program for ages 3-7 will return to Southampton Village for the 7th summer. Will run from July 9 to August 24. Call 917-538-5049 to register.

ONGOING ACTING INSTRUCTION – 10-11:30 a.m. “Kids on Camera.” Frank Cento will instruct children in what it takes to make a wacky comedy. The classes will be held on Saturdays until June 30 at the Westhampton Community Center, Mill Road, Westhampton. 631-728-8585. PONY CLUB – 6/9 – 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Every Saturday learn all the wonderful things about ponies, take pony rides, play games and make crafts. For ages 3 and up. Located at Amaryllis Farm Equine Rescue, 93 Merchant’s Path, Sagaponack. Call 631-537-7335. ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – Many new programs for children and teens have been added. For times and program details, call 631-283-0774. Located at 91

Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. CMEE – Two larger-than-life sculptures will be on display through the summer. Located at 376 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-8250 or visit BATLLE OF THE BOOKS – Looking for trivia-loving teens entering grades 6-9 to form a team for the upcoming summer Suffolk County Battle of the Books competition. Call 631-283-0774 x548 or visit the teen desk at The Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. RHYME TIME –Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. for children up to 3 years old. Toddler stories and a simple craft. Located at the Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-0015. INDOOR PLAY GYM – Saturdays, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. For children 6 years old and under. Located at The Country School, 7 Industrial Road, Wainscott. Call 631537-2255. STORY TIME – Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. for children ages 4-7. Age appropriate stories, music and a craft. Located at the Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-0015 QUOGUE LIBRARY STORYTIME – Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Join children of all age groups as they enjoy story time, literacy games, puzzles and more. Located at 90 Quogue Street, Quogue. Call for times and special programs. 631-653-4224. KINDERGARTEN KATS –Visitors to the Long Island Game Farm will be treated to Kindergarten Kats, the Game Farm’s newest show, which features rescued young tigers between the ages of 9 and 15 months. The show is performed twice daily during weekdays at 12:30 and 4 p.m. and showings on weekends at 12, 2, and 4 p.m. through September 3. Located at the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville. Call 631-878-6644.

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Learn About Piping Plovers! When you are at the beach this summer, you might notice another animal besides seagulls, crabs and jellyfish, and that animal is the piping plover. Piping plovers are those cute little birds hopping along the shore. They are also the birds protected by the fences you may see on some of the beaches this summer. Piping plovers are special birds because they can only be found in a few places, including Long Island, and because they are endangered. A piping plover has yellow-orange legs, a black line on its forehead and a black band around its neck. The upper part of its body is gray and the bottom part is white. The gray and white colors of the piping plover help it blend into its sandy habitat. The beaches of Long Island are home to this tiny bird, which can also be found along the rest of the Atlantic coast, by the Great Lakes and on the Great Plains in the center of the country. The piping plovers that live along the Atlantic Ocean nest on beaches from southern Canada all the way down to North Carolina and then spend the winter in places in the South, from North Carolina to Florida and even in the Bahamas.

people come to play and walk around. These people can sometimes accidentally disturb the nests of the piping plovers and also scare them when they are looking for food. People are not the only things that can disturb plovers. Kites, pets, cars and even fireworks can be threats to the birds. Natural predators, or animals that hunt other animals for food, are another reason that the plovers are endangered. Foxes, raccoons, seagulls and skunks are all predators of the piping plover. Trash left on the beach attracts extra predators and puts the plovers at risk. Being endangered is very serious, but there are ways you can help. When you go to the beach, pay attention to the fenced areas where the piping plovers are nesting. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go too close to these areas. Be careful when you are playing and make sure your Frisbee or tennis ball doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get too close to the nests either. Another thing you can do to help the piping plovers is to carefully watch your pets when you take them to the beach. Keep your dogs and cats on leashes and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let them bother the piping plovers. Pets can

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N E W K I D S O N T H E B LOCK W PRIVET COVE, 78 Main Street, Sag Harbor – 631-899-3222 Privet Cove, one of our favorite home décor stores at 69 Jobs Lane in Southampton has just opened an additional store located at 78 Main St. (in the shopping cove) just across from Java Nation in the village of Sag Harbor. Whether you are furnishing an apartment, house, cottage or an oceanfront estate, Privet Cove takes great pride in the quality of their merchandise Privet Cove boasts selling “everything you’ve never seen before.” Their design team travel the world over for that unique fit...a gift for someone special or that perfect something for your own home: hand blown hurricane lamps, plain or adorned with seashells, sand and candles, porcelain serving trays and platters, decorative lighting, original design jewelry, art and antiques, bookends and clocks as well as picture frames and photo albums, pitchers and teapots and a full line of body care products. You will also find console and dining room tables, beautifully crafted cabinets and shelving units, numerous oil paintings, mermaid prints, tableware accessories, serving necessities, sea shells, home accessories, a full line of body care, and vintage American flags that fill this lovely home and gift shop. RUMRUNNER HOME, 62 Hampton Road, Southampton – 631-287-0583 Rumrunner has left Main Street in Southampton and their brand new shop has just landed on Hampton Road. The shop is filled to the rafters with fine furniture for indoor and outdoor living. They carry fine lines such as Redford House, JM Paquet, Elden Collections, Dino Mark Anthony, Southcone Trading Co., Cavendish Watson, Plantation Teak, Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic and much more. Look for a huge selection bookcases,



chairs, coffee tables, dressers, lighttion of high quality outdoor furniing, mirrors, beds, desks, and office ture by Fermob, that include furnishings. And you should know lounges, chairs and classic French that Rumrunner delivers anywhere Bistro sets. Store hours are 10 a.m. in the US… to 5 p.m. daily. BROKEN COLOUR WORKS, A MANO BEACH HOUSE, 27 Hampton Road, 2418 Main Street, Southampton – 631-259-3613 Bridgehampton 631-537-5021 Are you ready for another location Owned by Adam Mahr, A Mano for Broken Colour Works? I am! The Beach House home furnishings and original shop that opened in 2000 is gift emporium has just opened its still going strong on Division and doors this past weekend for all to Bay Streets in Sag Harbor village. enjoy. Ten years, two stores, one The sister shop also owned and website and a catalog later, here operated by Shannon Willey and they are in Bridgehampton! Take a Shannon O’Connell, boasts 1,200 stroll through this wonderful new shop and feast your eye’s on an square feet of space which fills their space with specialty furniture, faux A Mano, Main Street, Bridgehampton eclectic array of cool gifts, plastic cups, pillows, calfskin paperweights finishing and design. You will find with cute messages on them, ceramic clocks, pet quality home furnishings and accessories in the treats, dinnerware, stemware, flatware, table style that is best described as “classic coastal cotlinens and placemats, barware, napkin rings, lighttage.” Specializing in decorative custom painted ing candles and candlesticks, jewelry and lots of finishes for interiors and furniture, extensive intesimple fun things that include change purses, rior design services are also offered. Services range measuring tapes, scented sachets, lingerie bags, from space planning and color selection to window corporate gifts and some fun things for men and treatment and accessories planning. Featured merkids. A Mano boasts to one of the largest collections chandise lines include furniture, lighting, bedding, of majolica in the US and is your personal connecart, home fragrances, accessories and children’s tion to Europe’s finest artisans, potters, weavers, décor by Seabrook Classics, David Lee Designs, crystal engravers, glass blowers and silversmiths. Vanguard Furniture, Company C, Jamie Young, Pie The goal is provide you with the most unique gifs Cone Hill, Fabrice deVilleneuve, O’Brien & and decorative objects in a shopping environment Schridde, Lollia, Chadi, Bratt Décor, Maddie Boo reminiscent of a visit to Europe. Traditions by Pamela Kline, the list goes on and If you are a new business or have just relocated on…There is also a selection of home décor and your shop and you want everyone to know about it, lifestyle books that are offered. Inspired by an open e-mail me at: or via fax and airy greenhouse space at the back of the new at: 631-537-6755. I would love to hear from you! shop, the owners have also expanded on their selec-

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Summer Shows at Guild Hall Where is Guild Hall’s outstanding summer programming now that the John Drew Theater is undergoing renovation? Out at wonderful locations in East Hampton. The shows begin on Saturday, June 16 with a classical music concert at the historic Woodhouse Playhouse, then dinner and Dear Mr. Sinatra with cabaret/jazz stars John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey at the Maidstone Tennis Club on June 29, and then on to internationally-acclaimed choreographer Karole Armitage’s new modern ballet Ligeti Essays at a Huntting Lane estate on July 21, plus two new American Musical Theatre Salutes on August 5 and 26 at East Hampton Studios with KT Sullivan, Eric Michael Gillett, Melissa Errico and George Dvorsky. The John Drew Theater’s artistic director, Josh Gladstone, is producing and directing Steve Martin’s comedy, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, at East Hampton Studios from August 14 through September 1 and Playwrights’ Theater of East Hampton continues its John Drew summer season with staged readings of Joe Stein’s comedy, Enter Laughing (based on Carl Reiner’s book), on August 12, and David Mamet’s searing drama, Oleanna, on August 19. The Guild Hall Museum has two major shows at its home base. “Dan Flavin: An Intimate View” is a retrospective of the minimalist sculptor’s work on view June 16 through July 29. Portrait artist Billy Sullivan’s work is featured in a major exhibition running from August 11 through October 21. East Hampton’s lush estate gardens will be feted in a twoday “Garden as Art Tour” on August 24 and 25. First up on June 16 is the Playhouse Project concert with young Russian pianist Gleb Ivanov and classical Arabic music composer/conductor/performer Bassam Saba. They will perform in the unique Tudor-style playhouse created by East Hampton philanthropist Mrs. Lorenzo Woodhouse and architect F. Burall Hoffman in 1916. Owned by the Brockman family since 1958, the Playhouse continues as a special performing arts venue. The program is underwritten by the Brockman family, the Swiss Global Artistic Foundation and Guild Hall. The Playhouse Project gives grants to young, local and gifted musicians. The June 16 concert and reception begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Playhouse, located at 64 Huntting Lane, East Hampton. Tickets are $75. Reserve by calling Guild Hall at (631) 324-0806 or email The big Guild Hall benefit this year – dedicated to the John Drew Theater renovation – is the cocktail party, dinner and show starring guitarist/singer/songwriter John Pizzarelli and his cabaret star/Broadway vocalist wife Jessica Molaskey on June 29. Pizzarelli, the son of legendary jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, grew up listening to iconic popular music interpreters Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra plus the music of classic American songbook composers Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen and others. He has recorded many best-selling CDs including Dear Mr. Sinatra, Live at Birdland, Knowing You and Bossa Nova. A top-draw cabaret and Broadway performer, John was featured in the recent PBS series Legends of Jazz and you can hear his joyous voice on Foxwoods Casino’s television ad theme song “The Wonder of It All.” Jessica Molaskey received rave reviews for the cabaret show with husband John this past winter (“a musical marriage made in heaven” according to The

New York Times). She is also a songand returned to the U.S. in 2005 to writer and veteran of a dozen form the New York-based Armitage Broadway shows. Her singing voice Gone! Dance Company. has been compared to Peggy Lee and The troupe will be dancing in the k.d. lang. Ms. Molaskey co-hosts the gardens of an East Hampton estate nationally-syndicated radio program on Saturday, July 21. There is a “Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli” limited-admission cocktail party at and will make her solo debut at the 4 p.m. ($100) and the estate Algonquin Hotel’s Oak Room this grounds open at 5 p.m. for general coming winter. admission ($30, no charge for chilThe duo will perform their favorite dren 12 and under). Tickets to Sinatra songs after cocktails and din“Ligeti Essays” are available at the ner at the Maidstone Tennis Club on Guild Hall box office (631-324June 29. Benefit tickets are $350 and 4050) or online at boxoffice@guild$500 and are available by calling Guild Hall at (631) 324-0806 or The American Musical Theatre online at Salute on August 5 is “The Warmth The next big Guild Hall event is and Wit of Richard Rodgers and the Armitage Gone! Dance Lorenz Hart.” Singers KT Sullivan, John Pizzarelli Company’s performance July 21 of the Eric Michael Gillett, music director “Ligeti Essays” suite, which has just premiered to James Followell and host Lee Davis present the show great acclaim. Based on Hungarian composer Gyorgy at 7:30 p.m. at East Hampton Studios in Wainscott. Ligeti’s music, the suite has two sections. The first is The August 26 salute is “Irving Berlin in Hollywood” a cycle of songs written to the poetry of Sandor with Lee Davis, James Followell, and singers Melissa Weores. The second part is danced to Ligeti’s last Errico and George Dvorsky. Tickets to each show are major composition, Hamburg Concerto, for horns. The $50 ($45 for members) at the Guild Hall box office, ballet closes with his Musica Ricercata for solo piano. and a reception follows the show. Choreographer Karole Armitage is an American Theater performances at East Hampton Studios born in Lawrence, Kansas, who first studied with begin on August 12 with Broadway star Lewis J. New York City Ballet alumna Tomi Worthan, and Stadlen directing a staged reading of Joe Stein’s comthen Ballet West in Aspen and NYCB’s School of edy, Enter Laughing (tickets $18-20). A full producAmerican Ballet in New York. She graduated from the tion of Steve Martin’s comedy, Picasso at the Lapin notable North Carolina School of the Arts and danced Agile, is onstage from August 14 through September with Balanchine’s Geneva Ballet and then Merce 1 (tickets $28-30). A staged reading of David Mamet’s Cunningham’s modern dance company. She began to dramatic Oleanna is August 19, when Picasso takes a freelance choreograph modern ballets and was invitnight off. Read about Guild Hall’s summer programs ed by Rudolph Nureyev to choreograph for the Paris each week in Dan’s Papers’ “Take Five” column. Opera Ballet. She built a successful career in Europe – Jan Silver

Alaria 15th Annual Music Concert & Supper An evening of Chamber Music at the home of Ronald Kane & Sol Grossman. Overlooking Sagpond and the ocean in Bridgehampton

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Take Five 2007 with Jan Silver This weekend offers a variety of music and special events. Yvette Malavet-Blum and Bob Boutcher perform Latin rhythms in Southampton on Friday. Acclaimed British blues/rock artist Joan Armatrading is at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday and classic roots/folksinger/songwriter Caroline Doctorow plays in Sag Harbor on Saturday. Reggae masters Toots & The Maytals are at Amagansett’s Stephen Talkhouse this weekend with Marc Cohn coming in on Monday. The Hal McKusick Jazz Trio headlines Sag Harbor’s “Strawberry Jazz” fest Sunday afternoon. As for this weekend’s special events: Landscape Pleasures at Southampton’s Parrish Art Museum; Hamptons Auto Classic and Concours d’Elegance in Bridgehampton; Montauk Harbor Festival; Bay Street Theatre opens its second production next Tuesday, and there are several interesting speakers and a film at other local venues. For details, read on.

THEATER Bay Street Theatre’s next production is The Night Season, a comedy by British playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz. A hit originating at London’s National Theater, this is its American premiere starring Katherine Helmond, Michael O’Keefe and Kellie Overbey. Performances begin with pay-what-you-can next Tuesday evening courtesy of BookHampton (for tickets sold at the box office). Regular tickets start at $50; call the box office (631-725-9500) or go online to Hampton Theatre Company has Jean Anouilh’s romantic comedy Leocadia, which opened 50 years ago on Broadway as Time Remembered with Richard Burton and Helen Hayes. Showtimes are Thursday to Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m. through June 17. Tickets are $20 adults, $18 seniors and $10 for students up to age 21; call the Quogue Community Theater at (631) 653-8955 or order online at Gateway Playhouse in Bellport continues its unusual ice skating musical starring former Olympic champion Oksana Baiul. The Frank D’Agostino show is called Cold

As Ice and runs through June 17. Tickets (39-$43) are sold at the box office or online at

MUSIC Southampton’s Rogers Memorial Library presents a cabaret-style evening tonight with songstress Yvette Malavet-Blum and pianist/guitarist Bob Boutcher performing Caribbean-style jazz, American standards and Latin rhythms. The show starts at 7 p.m. and is complementary but voluntary donations are accepted. Please call (631) 283-0774 ext. 523 to reserve seats. Joan Armatrading, the accomplished British blues/rock/pop singer and guitarist, brings her new blues show to Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 to $80, sold at the box office (call 631-288-1500) or online at Folksinger/songwriter Caroline Doctorow and trio will be at Canio’s Books, Sag Harbor, on Saturday at 6 p.m. They will perform some old favorites plus songs from her new CD Follow You Down. There is no admission charge, but donations are accepted. Sag Harbor’s Christ Episcopal Church holds its annual “Strawberry Jazz” concert this Sunday, 2 p.m., featuring the Hal McKusick Jazz Trio. A homemade strawberry dessert reception follows the performance. Tickets are $25 adults, $15 students ($30 at the door) at Canio’s Books, 290 Main St., Sag Harbor. Recommended performers at local clubs and restaurants: Amagansett – At the Stephen Talkhouse (631-267-3117) on Fri. (“folk jazz” with Dan Hicks & Hot Licks, then Majestic Band), Sat. (reggae master Toots & The Maytals then disco rock with Booga Sugar), Sun. (Toots & The Maytals), Mon. (Marc “Walking in Memphis” Cohn). Jazz club Estia Cantina, Amagansett (631-2676320) – jazz pianist Andy Milne combines funk, groove & hip-hop on Fri. (7 & 9) and Sat. (8 & 10), salsa with Bill Smith and Mambo Loco next Thurs. East Hampton – Coco Restaurant (Maidstone Arms) pop and jazz standards with Jane Hastay and Peter Martin Weiss (Fri.) and

country/pop/blues with Jim Turner (Sat.); Prime 103 has Annie Morgan Band on Fri.; Turtle Crossing has Mama Lee & Friends on Fri.; Fiddler’s Cove has Jim Turner on Sun., East Hampton Point has reggae Sun. Sagaponack – Twilight Thursdays (5-7:30 p.m.) at Wölffer Estate Vineyard with live music. Bridgehampton – Jazz & pop standards Sun. afternoon at World Pie with Stefanie Cardinali Group, Vanessa Trouble on Sun. and Jody Carlson next Tues. at Pierre’s Restaurant. Southampton – Celtic band Mactulla Mor at Southampton Publick House 9 p.m. Sat.; Latin rhythms with Ludmilla on Thurs. at Le Chef, reggae Thurs. at Wildthyme, open mic Thurs. at Tugboat’s North Sea House. Hampton Bays – live music Fri. at Buckley’s Inn Between. Westhampton Beach – acoustic musicians Fri.& Sat, in Annona’s lounge, acoustic guitarist Steve Fredericks (Fri.) and Mambo Loco Cuban jazz band (Sun.) at The Patio; East Quogue – Paul Mahos Band on Fri. & Sun., Annie Morgan Band on Wed.

FILMS Something Like Happiness, a Czech comic drama with awards from many film festivals, is the Friday night movie at Sag Harbor’s John Jermain Library. The screening starts at 6:30 p.m. but arrive a little before for good seats (free admission).

SPEAKERS (no admission charge unless noted) Marilyn Nissenson will discuss her new biography, The Lady Upstairs: Dorothy Schiff and The New York Post, at BookHampton, Southampton, on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Dolly Schiff was the power at the Post from 1939 until 1976. The East Hampton Historical Society presents authors Anne Surchin and Gary Lawrence discussing their new book Houses of the Hamptons (1880-1930) at Clinton Academy, 151 Main St., East Hampton, at 6 p.m. Bridgehampton’s Alison Restaurant and East End Books present dinner, a talk and signed copies of Meisel & Sann’s Gourmet Shops New York on Sun., 6:30 p.m. (631(continued on page 85)

Nightlife FRIDAY, JUNE 8 THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE – Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks will be performing at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $60 VIP/$45 general admission. The Majestic Band will follow at 10:30 p.m. Tickets cost $20. Located at 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117. PRIME 103 – The Annie Morgan Band plays Friday nights starting at 8 p.m. Located at 103 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-324-1100. STEREO BY THE SHORE – A hot spot on Friday and Saturday nights after 10 p.m. Located at 125 Tuckahoe Lane, Southampton. 631-287-2125. WILDTHYME – Reggae can be heard on Friday nights starting at 9 p.m. Drink specials include $3 Red Stripe. Located at 129 Noyac Road, North Sea. 631-2040007. COCO’S – Every Friday, Jane Hastay (pianist) and Peter Martin Weiss (bassist) play jazz, swing, ballads and Broadway tunes from 7 to 11 p.m. at The Maidstone Arms Inn, 207 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-5008. TURTLE CROSSING – Live music every Friday night with Mama Lee & Friends from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Located at 221 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton. 631-3247166. DUNE – Open every Friday and Saturday night, and Sunday of Holiday weekends from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Located at 1181 North Sea Road, Southampton. 631-2830808. GURNEY’S INN – Dance with DJ Des and DJ Linda every Friday and Saturday night. Located at 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-2345. BEACH BAR – TGIF Weekend Kickoff Party. $2.50 bottles and shot specials until 11 p.m. Hosted by DJ Doug O’Mara and Level Vodka. Doors open at 8 p.m. Located at 58 Foster Avenue, Hampton Bays. 631-723-3100. ANNONA RESTAURANT – Friday night acoustic guitar performances by Walter Finley. Happy Hour every Friday night from 5 to 8 p.m. featuring music and buy 1 get 1 drinks. Located at 112 Riverhead Road, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-7766. THE LODGE BAR & GRILL – Friday Happy Hour from 5 to 7 p.m. with free food at the bar. Located at 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-324-5022.

SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE – The funky reggae and rock band Project Vibe will be performing in the taproom at 10:30 p.m. The Publick House will offer $2 bottles of Southampton Secret Ale and Southampton IPA. Located at 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800.

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE – The Grammy nominated Reggae group Toots and the Maytals will perform at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $100. The disco band Booga Sugar will perform at 10 p.m. Tickets cost $25. Located at 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117. WHITEHOUSE NIGHT CLUB – VIP Party. The first 500 people receive the new George Marino CD. Located at 39 East Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-4121. ALMONDITO – Karaoke every Saturday night starting at 10:30 p.m. Located at 290 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-329-6700. SHAGWONG – DJ Lonestar keeps the music going late into the evening every Friday and Saturday night. Located at 774 Main Street, Montauk. 631-668-3050. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE – The Mactalla Mór Band will be performing live beginning at 9 p.m. The cover charge is $5. Located at 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800. ANNONA RESTAURANT – Juliana Riccardi and Steve Messina will perform every Saturday from 9 to 12 p.m. Located at 112 Riverhead Road, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-7766.

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 EAST HAMPTON POINT – Live reggae on Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m. Located at Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. 631-329-2800. BAMBOO – 2-for-1-sushi and drink specials every Sunday. Open 7 nights a week. Located at 47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-329-9821. THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE – The Grammy nominated Reggae group Toots and the Maytals will perform at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $100. Project Vibe will be the second act of the evening at 10 p.m. Tickets cost $10. Located at 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117.

MONDAY, JUNE 11 THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE – Grammy winner Marc Cohn will be performing at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $100/$85. Located at 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631267-3117.

TUESDAY, JUNE 12 PIERRE’S – Jody Carlson and her band perform every Tuesday evening from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Located at 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-5110.

THURSDAY, JUNE 14 PINK ELEPHANT – Open for late night clubbing Thursdays through Sundays. Located at 281 County Road 39, Southampton. 631-287-9888. BAMBOO – Enjoy free sushi at the bar until 8 p.m. with half price sake martinis and lots of 80s and 90s music. Open 7 nights. Located at 47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-329-9821. THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE – Matt Cutillo will perform at 8 p.m. and Eclectic Collective will perform at 10 p.m. Tickets cost $10. Located at 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117. ESTIA CANTINA – Every Thursday night The Mambo Loco Trio will play live Latin music from 8 to 11 p.m. 177 Main Street in Amagansett. 631-267-6320. CIGAR BAR – Ladies Night with $2 drinks Thurs.Sun. Located at 2 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-7252575. GURNEY’S INN – Karaoke with Jim and Nanci every Thursday at 9 p.m. Located at 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-2345. WOLFFER ESTATE VINEYARD – Twilight Thursdays from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Featuring live music and complimentary cheeses. Wine by the glass available for purchase. Sari Kessler and Don Stein will perform jazz standards and play Bossa Novas. No Cover. Located at 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. Visit or call 631-537-5106. Email all nightlife updates to or fax to 631-537-3330 by Friday at noon.

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Entertainment In Town 2007 tony award gordin & christiano The theater award season is upon us and one of the grand daddy’s of New York theater awards, the Tony’s, will be presented this Sunday. Spring Awakening, the rock Broadway musical by Duncan Sheik & Steven Sater, was the big winner when the nominations were announced in 25 competitive categories by the American Theatre Wing scoring 11 nominations, with the musical Grey Gardens right behind with 10. In the Dramatic category Tom Stoppard’s epic tale, The Coast of Utopia, stunningly produced by Lincoln Center, is in a league of its own with 10 nominations. A little less than two weeks ago the Drama Desk handed out their annual awards and while they recognize achievement both on and off Broadway, they are a barometer for the Tony Awards that rec-

egory last year. We don’t expect Boyd Gaines to defeat these two, although he was marvelous. Best direction of a play: Jack O’Brien, The Coast of Utopia for his stunning achievement, but David Grindley, Journey’s End did harrowing work and the cast, under his guidance turned in the best ensemble performance of the entire season. Bravo guys! Best Play: Tom Stoppard’s epic The Coast of Utopia will beat out the worthy competition. We loved them all, but Coast’s mammoth three-part production is a major accomplishment. Best performance by a featured actress in a musical: Mary Louise Wilson, Grey Gardens is most deserving and should win. Best performance by a featured actor in a musical: Gordin loves John Gallagher, Jr., Spring Awakening, but Christiano thought his performance was all external and likes Christian Borle, Legally Blonde for his winning charm. Best performance by a leading actress in a musical: Christine Ebersole, Grey Gardens for her truly unforgettable once in a lifetime performance that she originated off Broadway and which she will be taking to London next season. Best performance by a leading actor in a musical: Gordin likes Raul Esparza, Company, who is popular and took the Drama Desk. Christiano thinks David Hyde Pierce, Curtains is more deserving for his totally realized work.

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ognize achievement on Broadway only. Let’s get right to our selections in the major categories as space is limited. Best performance by a featured actress in a play: Martha Plimpton, The Coast of Utopia took home the Drama Desk. Look for her to repeat gaining momentum from her recent win. Best performance by a featured actor in a play: A difficult category. Boyd Gaines, Journey’s End won here at the Drama Desk, but is nominated as leading actor for the Tony. Gordin likes Anthony Chisholm, Radio Golf thinking he will score for his catalytic performance in August Wilson’s final drama, but Christiano believes Billy Crudup’s showy turn in The Coast of Utopia, will be carried along by Coast’s numerous wins. Best performance by a leading actress in a play: Christiano thinks Eve Best will repeat her victory from the Drama Desk for her complex performance in A Moon for the Misbegotten, but Gordin is looking for the legendary actress Vanessa Redgrave, The Year of Magical Thinking to edge out another legend Angela Lansbury, Duece making a return to Broadway after a 25 year absence. Best performance by a leading actor in a play: Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon for his sterling work, if he doesn’t shoot himself in the foot. He has already picked up just about every major award. Close behind is Liev Schreiber, Talk Radio, who was excellent as well, but won in the featured cat-


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Best direction of a musical: Michael Mayer, Spring Awakening… original indeed! Best musical: Spring Awakening, the ground breaking new rock musical by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater is our pick, but we also adored Grey Gardens about two East Hampton recluses related to Jackie O. Both musicals transferred to Broadway from other venues. Spring Awakening took the Drama Desk this year, but did not compete head to head with Grey Gardens, which was nominated last season for it’s off Broadway debut. Best revival of a musical: We liked 110 in the Shade best, but with the exception of The Apple Tree any one of the four could make it to the winner’s circle. They were all good, but we had reservations with each. Best revival of a play: Journey’s End was a devastating tribute to men of war, but couldn’t find an audience. The Tony Awards marking 61 years of excellence will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall on CBS, June 10, from 8-11 p.m. Tune in and see how your predictions compare with ours. A limited number of tickets may be purchased online through or by calling (212) 3074544 if you would like to attend. Barry Gordin and Patick Christiano are theatre critics. Barry Gordin is an internationally renowned photographer. They can be reached a

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Guy de Fraumeni’s Hollywod 1n The Hamptons Just as the scare-the-wits-outta-ya film, The Exorcist, gave new meaning to the occult and pea soup, the film’s director, William Friedkin, gives new meaning to the phrase “the place is bugged.” Don’t laugh – his current creepfest, Bug, can crawl into your anxieties and infect your imagination for days. I might say, “It gets under your skin.” Especially since that’s the premise of this very intense psychodrama. Imagine a guy who has been used in an experiment by government doctors that combines surveillance technology and bio-warfare. They have implanted bugs in his skin that signal his position. It’s bad for him as “they” are after him. He has escaped their mind-control combined with the itchy skin problem that he’s convinced is contagious. Are you scratching your head or any other part of your body yet? Charging the intensity of the movie Bug are the performances. The fleeing (or flee-bitten) escapee is Peter and, as compellingly acted by Michael Shannon, the insanity of paranoia is totally believable and highly disturbing. Mr. Friedkin could have chosen a bigname but Shannon did the role off-Broadway in the small, unnerving play written by Tracy Letts. Regardless of Shannon doing the 2004 play, I’m sure there’s no other who could have conveyed the horror as well as he does. I must be careful of placing Bug in the horror genre. It does not fit tidily into that niche, not with a quality performance by a masterful underrated actor like Ashley Judd. She has been taking roles not up to her ability and some might say the same of her character Agnes in this movie but, Holy Moses, don’t let the bedbugs bite! It gives her the opportunity to show what great chops she has. In lesser but equally rash roles are Lynn Collins as Agnes’ friend R.C. and Harry Connick, Jr. as Agnes’ recently paroled ex-husband, Jerry. The director wisely opens the picture on open, desolate plains that convey the isolation of Agnes. Also, it underscores her alienation. Her exhusband had abused her and their six-year-old vanished ten years earlier. Now, she’s living in a


sleazy efficiency in a dumpy motel and eased by vodka and cocaine. She works as a waitress in a hot lesbian bar along with her fellow server, R.C. Agnes is physically warm with her but only because she badly needs human contact. Then,

R.C. brings to her a nice (not an ax-murderer) drifter. It is Peter. He says he needs a place to crash and sex is not a part of it. Yes, but what about the boring bugs? Together, Agnes catches Peter’s mania and the little buggers have been sending their rundown address to “them.” Anonymous calls ring the phone off the hook. Heavy buffeting shakes the motel. Not helping the disturbance is Agnes’ ex-husband leaving prison. He’s as volatile as an active volcano and Connick’s menace is a great surprise to us, as it is to the couple under siege. Peter’s lunacy has taken in Agnes largely because he’s there to explain her problems as she adheres to his conspiracy theories. What has become of Agnes’ child? So why was her ex pardoned early and is now pounding on the door? She has fallen for Peter’s lines and taken in his little ones. He has answers for all her doubts and she needs them. When her sanity begins a tight spiral towards death, the couple methodically wall themselves into a cocoon. Bizarrely, Agnes allows in a Dr. Sweet for a crack pipe hit and a bleak talk. Otherwise, the claustrophobic tension mounts, as does the pain. If you can take Peter’s digging the bugs out of his body, the sounds employed by Friedkin may shake your own pain level. Ms. Judd’s emotionally jarring, naked performance swirls out of this world, even in the strict confines of the close, airless and suffocating scenes. The directors’ deliberate contrast, built by his vast outdoor opening landscapes, make the interiors more minute than can be imagined. You may be prepared for an extremely abrupt ending that could unglue your sane, sensible wig. But, maybe not. Be prepared for more shocks from director William Friedkin who, like Ms. Judd, is vastly underrated – possibly because of his own scary choices. Guy- Jean de Fraumeni is the producer/writer/director of award-winning European and American feature films. He has been a judge at Major Film and TV award competitions, including the Oscars, the Emmy’s and various film festivals. He is assisted by Sarah Halsey.

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

Art Events – pg. 91, Benefits – pg. 72, Movies – pg. 84, Day by Day – pg. 72, Kids’ Events – pg. 76, Nightlife – pg. 82, Entertainment (Take 5) – pg. 82

Schedule for the week of Friday, June 8 to Thursday, June 14. Movie Schedules are subject to change. Always call to confirm shows and times.

UA EAST HAMPTON (324-0448) Pirates of the Caribbean 3 – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 3:15, 7, 10:30 Sat.-Sun. 11:30, 3:15, 7, 10:30 Knocked Up – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 4:40, 7:45, 10:40 Sat.Sun. 1:45, 4:40, 7:45, 10:40 Waitress – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 5:10, 7:40, 10:15 Sat.-Sun. 11:45, 2:25, 5:10, 7:40, 10:15 Once – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 Sat.-Sun. 12, 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 Shrek The Third – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 5, 7:20, 9:40 Sat.Sun. 12:30, 2:50, 5, 7:20, 9:40 Ocean’s Thirteen – Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 4:30, 7:30, 10:35 Sat.-Sun. 1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 10:35

UA HAMPTON BAYS (728-8251) Surf’s Up – Fri. 2:05, 4:20, 7:10, 9:30 Sat.-Sun. 12, 2:05, 4:20, 7:10. 9:30 Mon.-Thurs. 4:20, 7:10 Pirates of the Caribbean 3 – Fri. 3:30, 7, 10:30 Sat.-Sun. 12, 3:30, 7, 10:30 Mon.-Thurs. 3:30, 7 Mr. Brooks – Fri. 4:30, 7:40, 10:25 Sat.-Sun. 1:30, 4:30, 7:40, 10:25 Mon.-Thurs. 4:30. 7:40 Shrek The Third – Fri. 2:30, 5, 7:25, 9:45 Sat.-Sun. 12:10, 2:30, 5, 7:25, 9:45 Mon.-Thurs. 5, 7:25 Ocean’s Thirteen – Fri. 4, 7:30, 10:20 Sat.-Sun. 1, 4, 7:30, 10:20 Mon.-Thurs. 4, 7:30

UA SOUTHAMPTON (287-2774) Surf’s Up – Fri.-Sun. 12:15, 2:35, 5, 7:15, 9:40 Mon.-Thurs. 5, 7:15 Pirates of the Caribbean 3 – Fri.-Sun. 11:50, 3:25, 7, 10:30 Mon.-Thurs. 3:25, 7 Hostel 2 – Fri.-Sun. 12:10, 2:50, 5:10, 7:40, 10:15 Mon.Thurs. 5:10, 7:40 Knocked Up – Fri.-Sun. 1, 4, 7:30, 10:20 Mon.-Thurs. 4, 7:30

HAMPTON ARTS CINEMA (288-2600) Pirates of the Carribean 3 – Fri. 8 Sat.-Sun. 1:30, 4:45, 8 Mon.-Thurs. 7 Ocean’s Thirteen – Fri. 7, 9:30 Sat.-Sun. 1:30, 4:15, 7, 7:45 Mon.-Thurs. 7

MATTITUCK CINEMAS (298-7469) Shrek The Third, Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Hostel 2, Knocked Up, Ocean’s Thirteen, Mr. Brooks, Surf’s Up

MONTAUK MOVIE (668-2393) Ocean’s Thirteen –Fri., Sun-Thurs. 7, 9:20 Sat. 3, 7, 9:20

SAG HARBOR CINEMA (725-0010) Paris Je T’Aime – Fri.-Thurs. 4 Black Book – Fri.-Thurs. 8:15 Away From Her – Sat.-Sun. 2, 6:10 Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 6:10

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Surf’s Up An animated movie about penguins making a documentary movie about surfing, all mirroring humans. Very meta! With the pretty sound of Zooey Deschanel on voice over, I can’t complain too much

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about this fun film. Plus, I gave Shia LaBouf’s last movie a bad comment – this time, I’ll spare him. Oceans Thirteen Viva la trilogy. Julia Roberts and Catherine ZetaJones are out, but the Clooney/Damon/Pitt tripod are back for a final gamble. If you saw the first two, you can pretty much bet on a confusing plot, director Steven Soderbergh’s strange storytelling style and unseemly editing, but enough on-screen chemistry between the older, real life Entourage-esque boys to entertain you. Hostel: Part II Like in its precursor, three naïve Americans studying abroad in Europe are lured to a hostel by a pretty person. This time, the overzealous Americans happen to be women. But again, the message hits hard: STDs are not the worst thing you can wake up with when you follow your libido. This gore-fest should give you enough nightmares to take a vow of celibacy. Until you study abroad. La Môme The story of Edith Piaf, famed and unfortunate French singer, is fascinating and strangely timely. Piaf was like a 1940s starlet with a bad upbringing and controversial actions, but tons of talent. But in the 1940s, she managed to escape a crotch-shot “Scary Skinny!” Us Weekly cover. She did not manage to escape a plethora of lovers and an early death, but her beautiful voice, unlikely success and strong character make her a celebrity not to be forgotten – or at least one worth watching a movie about. Mr. Brooks A detective follows a potential serial killer, a normal man with a dangerous alter ego. Kevin Costner and Demi Moore follow a possible blockbuster,

another movie that will probably flop. I am tired of these “psychological” crime dramas starring established actors and attractive 40something-year-old women. What kind of genre is that? A forgettable one. Knocked Up The 40-Year-Old Virgin director and team are back with what is poised to be this summer’s comedy hit. But that team is not nearly as awesome as the starring couple who can be credited as the hot alien from (cancelled) WB teen sci-fi series Roswell (okay, and now the hot girl from Grey’s Anatomy) and the stoner from (cancelled) NBC teen comedy series Freaks & Geeks. Color them a comeback.

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BENEFITS and SPECIAL EVENTS The Hamptons Auto Classic runs today through Sunday at the Hayground School, Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. Classic foreign and domestic sports cars and sedans from 1896 through the 1980s will be displayed, with some at auction on Sunday. Bidders’ cocktail party is tonight at 6 p.m. ($35 donation to Habitat for Humanity); general admission Sat. at 8 a.m. ($15), with the Hamptons Concours d’Elegance Auction on Sunday (general admission $25; gates open at 10 a.m.). The Parrish Art Museum’s outstanding Landscape Pleasures weekend this year features “Capturing the Garden in Photography: Then and Now.” It opens Saturday, 8:30 a.m., with continental breakfast and then overview lecture by landscape historian Leslie Rose Close. Photographer Erica Lennard speaks at 9:45 a.m. followed by photographer Joel Meyerowitz, Ken Druse, Perry

Guillot and Wendy Chamberlin. There is a cocktail party Saturday at the home and gardens of Parrish trustee Jan Cowles, and a garden tour Sunday of six extraordinary East End gardens. Tickets start at $125 for Museum members, $175 for guests; call (631) 283-2118 ext. 33 or 41. Montauk Harbor Festival Weekend starts with a dinner party tonight at Inlet Seafood. Saturday, the Mighty Montauk Triathlon starts at 7:30 a.m., then from noon to 6 p.m., there’s wine tasting, games, Coast Guard and surf-casting demonstrations, plus special children’s activities – all on West Lake Drive. There is also music Saturday afternoon and a concert with the Nancy Atlas Project on Sunday afternoon at Gosman’s dockside stage. Stony Brook’s Center for Food, Wine and Culture has “A Taste of Summer” on Saturday, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Southampton campus. Local wineries’, farmers’ and bakers’ offerings are featured; admission is $25 – call Ginny Clancy at (631) 632-9404.

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Silvia Lehrer’s Cooking Column “Strawberries, strawberries, strawberry fields, Oh what sweet aromas and flavors this Extraordinary fruit yields!” Fresh, juicy and locally grown strawberries should be ripe and ready for picking any moment now. According to our local farmers, baskets overflowing with the colorful fruit will be available at farm stands and farmers’ markets – or you can join the band of berry-pickers visible in the fields in the coming weeks. Be sure to select berries that are uniformly bright red from the stem down to the bottom of the fruit. Kathleen King of Tates Bake shop in Southampton revised her timely strawberry short cake recipe to incorporate cocoa powder and chocolate chips for a chocolate loving friend. When the barely sweetened cakes are split open horizontally and sandwiched with lightly sweetened cream and luscious berries you will exclaim, “That’s real shortcake!” In addition to her famous chocolate chip cookies Kathleen has added 100% whole wheat chocolate chip cookies with bittersweet chocolate chunks to her roster. Sounds fantastic! One of my personal favorites from her shop is the key lime pie. The shop has added more tables outside for people to come and have a coffee and a delicious sweet – just the place to hang out and take a break on a summer afternoon. Happiness is rummaging through files and finding recipes from another time – a time and place from my culinary beginnings. Fraises Tosca from my classes at the Cordon Bleu in London consists of fresh whole berries coated in a delectable raspberry purée and strawberries in Chianti wine is just that. I would surprise my students with this recipe when teaching an Italian cooking class in strawberry season. KATHLEEN KING’S CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES The recipe was on Tate’s website as recipe of the month in May. Makes about 14 shortcakes For the shortcakes 3 1/2 – 4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup Dutch-processed cocoa powder 2 tablespoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup cold salted butter, cut into 8 pieces 1 3/4 cups half and half 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 beaten egg with 1 tablespoon sugar for egg wash

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Dining Log ALISON – Clients are delighted with the flavorful Mediterranean menus of returning chef Robert Gurvich. Elegant candlelit décor & copper bar. Open 7 nights for dinner 5:30 – 11 p.m., bar opens at 4:30 p.m. Catering available. Located at 95 School Street, Bridgehampton, 631-537-7100. ALMOND – A classic French bistro offering unpretentious fare at affordable prices. Three-course $25 prix fixe all night Sat., $21.95 three-course prix fixe until 7 p.m. Thurs., Fri., Sun. & Tues. and all night Mon. “Plat Du Jour” specials include Sun. Chicken and Red Bliss Potato “hash,” Mon. Beef Bourginnone, Tues. Coquille St. Jacques, Thurs. Grilled Whole Fish, Fri. & Sat. Roasted Rack of Veal. Open 7 days from 6 p.m. Located at 1970 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. www.almondrestaurant. 631-537-8885. ALMONDITO – Stylish Mexican restaurant serving authentic fare. Homemade guacamole, roast chicken mole poblano and banana leaf wrapped pescado Veracruzano. Miercoles Mania every Wed. $5 margaritas and $5 bocaditos. Three-course $19.95 prix fixe Thurs.-Sun. 6-7 p.m. and all night Wed. Open 7 days from 6 p.m. Located at 290 Montauk Highway, Wainscott. 631-329-6700. ANNONA – Sleek modern Italian serving a market menu which changes according to local produce. Everything from fresh breads and pastas to ribeye and local fish from their wood-burning oven. Located at 112 Riverhead Road, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-7766. BAMBOO – East Hampton’s most exciting sushi restaurant. The asian fusion fare and fresh fruit martinis are legendary. Thursday nights from 5:30-10 p.m. all you can eat free sushi at the bar with a hot NYC DJ playing great music to a bevy of singles looking to have fun. Sunday is 2 for 1 on the entire sushi menu until 7:30 p.m. Located at 47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. Call 631-329-9821. BIRCHWOOD ON THE PARK – Polish American dining in a cozy setting, right in the heart of Southampton. Open 7 days with specials everyday. MonThurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri & Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun 12 p.m.-10 p.m. Happy hour Fri & Sat 4-8 p.m. Located at 76C Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-283-4316. BEFORE THE BRIDGE RESTAURANT – Serving the freshest seafood. Open all year for dinner at 4 p.m. 6 nights a week, closed Tuesdays. Special 4-course prix fixe Sun.-Thurs. Now open for lunch Fri.-Sun. 12 - 4 p.m. Available for private parties, lobster bakes to go and full catering. Located at 78 Foster Avenue, Hampton Bays, behind Tully’s Seafood Market. 631-7289111. BOBBY VAN’S – Specializing in steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Lunch and dinner 7 days. Open 363 days a year for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Prix fixe

& daily specials Sun.-Thurs. Kitchen open Fri. & Sat. til 11 p.m. Located at Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631537-0590. B. SMITH’S – Open for lunch, dinner and brunch. Located on Long Wharf at Bay Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-5858. BUOY ONE – Fresh seafood market, dining room and take-out. Voted “Best of the Best Seafood” in 2005 and 2006. Open Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Located at 1175 West Main Street, Riverhead. Call 631-208-9737. CAFFE MONTE AT GURNEY’S – Serving breakfast daily from 7:30-10 a.m. From 12-3 p.m., the caffe serves a casual, economically priced Italian-style menu. La Paticceria serves light fare from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Located at 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. Call 631-668-2660. CROSSROADS DIAMOND RESTAURANT – A cozy, intimate atmosphere for fine dining. Tiffany lamps add to the elegant décor with cozy hand-crafted booths that offer seclusion. Serving fresh, local produce. Open seven days a week, serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Located at 3725 Route 25 and Edwards Avenue, Calverton. Call 631-369-2221. HILL STREET CAFÉ – A brand new breakfast and lunch spot debuts this summer at Southampton Inn, headed by one of Long Island’s foremost chefs, Peter Dunlop. Located at 91 Hill Street, Southampton. Call 631-283-6500. JOHN’S RESTAURANT – Classic Southern Italian cuisine. Enjoy delicious fresh pasta entrées and thincrust gourmet mini pies in vintage 1980s style restaurant with relaxing lounge music. Save 5% off food bill by reserving online at Open 5 10 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. Located in Hampton Bays by the UA movie theatre. 631-728 9411. THE LODGE BAR & GRILL – The newest steakhouse in the Hamptons serving huge steaks and the freshest fish, accompanied with a great selection of wines and cocktails. On Wednesdays, the only outdoor bar in East Hampton with fresh fruit frozen drinks and free steak and shrimp. Fridays Happy Hour starts at 3 p.m. with free food and drink specials. Located at 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-324-5022. MATSULIN – This cozy Pan Asian restaurant has a menu with varied cuisines from the fresh cut sashimi to savory Kari Ayam. Open 7 days from 12 p.m. Located at 131 W. Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-8838. OASIS WATERFRONT RESTAURANT – Zagat says “Modern tropical interiors and wonderful sunset views. Seasonal cuisine that is delicious and delightful and service that is always gracious if not perfect. This off the beaten path charmer is deemed a real find.” Serving dinner Wed.- Sun. from 5:30 p.m. Located at 3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor.

631-725-7110. OLDE SPEONK INN – This hidden gem is not to be missed. Friendly service, great atmosphere, outstanding menu featuring fresh local ingredients that change daily. Open Tues., Wed. & Sun. 5-9:30 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 510 p.m. Prix fixe Sun-Thurs. Located at 190 Montauk Highway, Speonk. 631-325-8400. PARTO’S – Italian restaurant, pizzeria, café. Frank Spatola invites you to enjoy a real taste of Italy. Oldstyle, rural Tuscan atmosphere. Appetizers, soups, salads, pastas, entrees, seafood, dessert, coffee. Open Mon.Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Sun. 12-9 p.m. Visit Located at 12 West Main Street, 100 yards west of Atlantis Marine World, Riverhead. Call 631-727-4828. PIERRE’S – Euro-chic but casual restaurant and bar. Late dinner and bar on weekdays. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri. - Sun. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. near the fireplace. Located at 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-5110. SARACEN – A Mediterranean culinary experience, Saracen boasts a modern Italian menu, comfortable atmosphere and excellent European service. Come for dinner, stay for drinks. Elegant lounge enhanced with tunes spun by DJ Roberto on weekends. Reservations recommended. Located at 108 Montauk Hwy, Wainscott. 631-537-6255. SAVANNAS – Serving dinner daily from 5:30 p.m. and breakfast and lunch Sat. & Sun. starting at 11 a.m. Monday BBQ night – $25 with $5 margaritas. Tuesday is lobster night. Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 5:30-7 p.m. Gracious dining indoors and outside in the rose garden, or at home with Gourmet-to-Go. Located at 268 Elm Street, Southampton. Call 631-283-0202. SEA GRILLE AT GURNEY’S – Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Dinner seven days a week 5:30 to 10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. three-course prix fixe dinner $25.95, seating at 5:30 p.m. Located at 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. Call 631-668-2660. TURTLE CROSSING – Serving authentic regional food in an old Southwestern technique. Ribs, wraps, ‘ritas! Dinner every night. Lunch Sat. & Sun. Located at 21 Panitgo Road, East Hampton. Call 631-324-7166. TWEEDS RESTAURANT & BUFFALO BAR – Oldest restaurant & hotel on the North Fork. Famous for their buffalo steaks. Open seven days: lunch & dinner, 11 a.m. - closing. Live jazz & blues. Call for reservations. Located at the famous J.J. Sullivan Hotel, 17 E. Main St., Riverhead. 631-208-3151. WESTHAMPTON STEAKHOUSE – Specializing in prime-aged steak and seafood dishes. Prix fixe available everyday. Live music Fri. & Sat. nights in Dining Room. Also offering outdoor dining. Located at 142 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach. 631 288-7161.

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The Buoy One Clam Bake

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Dining in the Hamptons Books to Cook By

There are new cookbooks in town that won’t just sit on your shelf. The Silver Palate Cookbook by Sag Harbor residents Julee Rosso & Sheila Lukins is now available in a 25th Anniversary edition, that includes color photographs along with the original text. This cookbook offers a wide range of recipes and co-author Sheila Lukins will give a cooking demo followed by a book signing on June 30 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Loaves and Fishes Cookshop, located at 2422 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. Call (631) 537-6066 for more information. The Arab Table: Recipes and Culinary Traditions by May S. Bsisu focuses intimately on the cuisine, traditions and customs of Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria. The author lived and cooked in several of these coun-

tries and includes recipes collected from her family, friends and neighbors. This cookbook is available at Loaves and Fishes Cookshop, Bridgehampton. The Glory of Southern Cooking by former food and wine editor of Town and Country Magazine and East Hampton resident James Villas includes a collection of culinary favorites from the Southern states ranging from classic dishes to lesser-known dishes. The author will give a cooking demo followed by a book signing on July 21 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Loaves and Fishes Cookshop, Bridgehampton. Life is Meals by husband and wife team and Bridgehampton residents James and Kay Salter is a delightful collection of brief essays, tips, recipes and illustrations broken down into 365 entries.

This charming memoir of sorts is available at East End Books, located at 53 The Circle in East Hampton. Call 631-324-8680 for more information. Gourmet Shops of NY: Markets, Foods, Recipes by Susan Meisel & Nathalie Sann explores the five boroughs to bring us a list of the best international markets, bakeries, patisseries, spice vendors, fish-mongers, cheese shops, butcher’s shops, restaurants and more. This useful resource also includes 60 recipes and hundreds of beautiful color photos. There will be a reception for the authors on June 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at East End Books located at 53 The Circle in East Hampton. The authors will also give a cooking demo followed by a book signing on July 7 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Loaves and Fishes Cookshop, Bridgehampton. – Janine Cheviot Take a customized Ocean Racing Speedboat to Lunch! Chose from this menu:





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Dining in the Hamptons This past weekend, I had the pleasure of dining at one of my favorite Hamptons waterfront eateries, Gosman’s Dock Restaurant. The last time I ate at Gosman’s, I was too young to drive and had a safe, boiled lobster and corn-on-thecob meal. This time, I was ready to sample all the delicacies this restaurant has to offer. Luckily, it is still early in the summer, so Victoria Cooper and I were able to sit at the perfect table overlooking the gleaming, nautical, wood-paneled interior of the restaurant and the impressive fishing vessels churning up the water outside. Our server, Steven, began by taking our drink orders and bringing over a basket of fresh bread while going over the long list of specials. I was surprised to learn that it was his first week on the job as he gracefully fielded our questions about ingredients and explained how to most efficiently devour each type of

perfectly cooked piece of bacon adorning each clam. These were perfectly warm and fresh, with the plump clams still attached to their original shells, not pulverized into the stuffing as some restaurants are wont to do. The results are truly mouth-watering and I had to refrain from ordering more of these as I waited for the

Gosman’s Dock 500 West Lake Drive Montauk 631-668-5330 seafood we ordered. One of the specials of the day was chilled King Crab legs, which Victoria and I polished off with record speed. The only other place I have tasted such firm, perfectly succulent crab legs was in the Florida Keys, where they catch them minutes before serving. Steven showed us how to deftly twist the crab with our wrists to pull out the meat without having to awkwardly dig into the shells with a miniature fork. Our next appetizer was the flavorful Gosman’s Clams Casino with baked-on green bell pepper stuffing and a


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Parto’s - Italian restaurant, pizzeria, café.

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In downtown historic Riverhead you will find one of the Best Restaurant and pizzerias of the Northfork. Simply very good food very good atmosphere very good services and best of all very good prices! Member of J.T. Mather Hospital’s Heart Healthy Program 12 West Main Street (100 yards west of Atlantis Marine World) Riverhead, NY

Old-style rural Tuscan atmosphere. Appetizers, soups, salads, pasta, entrees, seafood, dessert, coffee.

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true stunner, my stuffed lobster. A perfect stuffed lobster should be as moist as a boiled lobster on the inside, with a crispy layer of stuffing above – not an easy feat. Gosman’s has mastered this art and my stuffed lobster not only looked beautiful, with its light pink shell and golden stuffing, but tasted perfect as well. The stuffing was soft and mildtasting beneath the crispy top layer and consisted of a generous heaping of shrimp, tiny fresh scallops and more fresh lobster held together by a little bit of flavorful breading. The lobster was perfectly broiled and scrumptious, needing only a squeeze of lemon. The dish comes with melted butter, but the lobster is so delicious that I would suggest eating it as is and saving the butter for your corn. Victoria ordered the Shore Dinner, which came with a 1 and 1/4-pound steamed lobster, a Yellowtail Flounder fillet, a giant baked clam, corn on the cob and a fluffy crushed potato with chives. I was lucky enough to sample a bite of each item on her plate. Every mouthful was a full sensory experience that showed off the plate’s perfectly complementary array of tastes and textures. It came as no surprise when we finished our lobsters and noticed that the table was perfectly clean moments later and that our waiter, Steven, had returned to take our dessert order. As we were already stuffed full of the ocean’s bounty at that point, we shared the house favorite – the warm, flourless chocolate cake with ice cream, whipped cream and fudge sauce. The outside was firm, the inside molten and rich and the generous scoop of ice cream had true vanilla bean flavor. Even the whipped cream was fresh and thick, perfectly complementing the rich chocolate taste. The service at Gosman’s is unparalleled in the Hamptons. As we finished each plate, it was quietly replaced by another. Our buckets of shells and dirty towelettes were replaced without asking, our glasses never emptied and our table was kept tidy – all without having to break our conversation. The atmosphere is deceptively casual – you would feel as comfortable dining there in flip flops and a sundress as you would in your best going-out attire – yet the speed and grace of the service and quality of the food is as good or better than many of New York City’s finest restaurants. This is perhaps due to the fact that one of the owners, Roberta Gosman, was walking from table to table through out the evening, like the conductor of a great culinary symphony, checking in with each table to make sure every customer was happy with their food and that each dinner was going smoothly. In their quest to please every patron, the Gosman family’s restaurant also has a wide selection of steak, chops and fowl as varied and delicious as its seafood, so even strict meat lovers can enjoy the exemplary quality and service of this Montauk legend while looking out onto the water as the local fishermen bring in the next day’s feast. – Sabrina C. Mashburn

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Arts & Galleries DAN WELDEN & GREGORY CORN AT GONE LOCAL In an effort to keep art criticism fresh but still insightful, we critics often employ personal and subjective inspirational sources and/or “offbeat” interpretations. This doesn’t mean to suggest that such meaning is flip, irrelevant or presumptuous even though we know the artist in question would never agree with our observations. Nor does our unconventional analysis infer that we are lacking experience or a comprehensive art background. That said, let’s consider Dan Welden’s current show at Amagansett’s Gone Local Gallery. It occurs to yours truly that his works, while similar to his “signature” ones, are also different. First, the nautical nature of the pieces remains the same, yet the emphasis on a boat’s sail and general infrastructure (i.e. constructivist configuration) is dissimilar to previous endeavors. Moreover, the mixed media medium evokes the impression that the works are paintings, not the usual prints which Mr. Welden is known for. However, the pieces are still impressive and striking no matter what changes we may rightly or

With Marion Wolberg Weiss

Photo by M.W. Weiss


Work by Dan Welden

wrongly perceive. Secondly, these external changes lead to another difference, and that’s where the “offbeat” interpretation comes in. There appears to be more of a narrative thrust to Mr. Welden’s works. For example, we imagine a story taking place in and among the sails, and off the boat as well. Where’s the vessel going? Who are the passengers? What dangers, if any, lie ahead?

Is this critic seeing too many Pirates of the Caribbean movies with Johnny Depp? “Scarlet Structures” particularly suggests a story taking place with its passionate reds and inherent danger associated with that color. Conversely, “Floaters” evokes a primordial story of the past with its grey hues. Perhaps it’s not the subject matter itself that inspires a narrative, but the sail as a metaphor that should be considered. Such an unconventional interpretation may include the canvas itself and its connotative meanings, the idea of sailing or gliding through the water, or sailing through life, stately and without barriers. Mr. Corn’s sculptures relate well to Mr. Welden’s pieces, primarily due to their geometric shapes like blocks (in “Stitch”) and the textures they suggest (like straw in “Elevator”). The idea of weight in Mr. Corn’s works also has a commonality with Mr. Welden’s sails whose sheer presence is pervasive. The current show will be on view at Gone Local Gallery until June 14.

ART EVENTS COMING UP Upcoming events can be seen in the following sections:

Art Events – pg. 91, Benefits – pg. 72, Movies – pg. 84, Day by Day – pg. 72, Kids’ Events – pg. 76, Nightlife – pg. 82, Entertainment (Take 5) – pg. 82

ASHAWAGH HALL – The East End Photographers Group will have a nine day photographic exhibition featuring traditional, digital and alternative photography. Will run through June 19. Open daily from 1-5 p.m. Located on Old Stone Highway, East Hampton. Call 631-324-9612. BIRNAM WOOD GALLERIES – Featuring paintings, fine prints and works on paper from the 20th Century through Contemporary. Also showing new works by Chloe Lamb. Located at 52 Park Place, East Hampton. Call 631-324-6010 or visit BOLTAX GALLERY – “M.A.L.E.” by Jason Willaford will run through June 18. Open Thurs.- Mon. from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. and by appointment. Located at 21 North Ferry Road (Route 114), Shelter Island. Call 631-749-4062 or visit BRAVURA ART GALLERY – “3 East End Photographers.” Large format digital prints by Chris Foster, Anthony Lombardo and Alex Vignoli will be on display through June 25. Open Thursday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Sunday from noon and by appointment. Located at 22 Nugent Street, Southampton. Call 631-259-2605. CANIO’S GALLERY – Artist-poet Star Black will exhibit “Collages” until June 27. Located at 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-4926. CELADON GALLERY – “Out of the Earth.” Members of the Clay Art Guild will be exhibiting pottery made specifically for this show. The show runs until June 18. Located at 41 Old Mill Road, next to the Water Mill Museum in Water Mill. Call 631-7262547. CHRYSALIS GALLERY – Featuring Robert

Lavergne’s solo exhibition, “Une Vie En Coleurs.” The exhibition will be on display until June 13. Gallery hours are Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Located at 2 Main Street, Southampton. Call 631-287-1883. CLINTON ACADEMY MUSEUM – “David Arbus: Drawn to East Hampton.” The exhibit will run through June 24. Located at 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Call 631-324-6850. THE CRAZY MONKEY GALLERY – Features paintings by Johanna E. Caleca and pottery and

Work by Clifford Ross at The Drawing Room, East Hampton

sculptures by Setha Low. The show will run through June 24 with an opening reception June 9 from 5-7 p.m. Open Thursday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at 136 Main St., Amagansett. Call 631-267-3627. THE DAN FLAVIN ART INSTITUTE – Open for the summer season with the permanent installation of nine fluorescent light works by Dan Flavin and a special exhibition, “John Chamberlain Squeezed and Tied: Foam and Paper Sculptures, 1969-70.” Hours are Thurs.-Sun. 12-6 p.m. Located on Corwith Avenue, off of Main Street in Bridgehampton. 212293-5518. THE DRAWING ROOM – Featuring photographs by Linda Etcoff and paintings by Clifford Ross. Will

run through July 9. Open Mon. and Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sun. 1-5 p.m. Located at 16 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-324-5016. EAST HAMPTON STUDIOS – Haim Mizrahi’s show “That’s Where You Come In” has been extended through June 8. Open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at 77 Industrial Road, East Hampton. Call 631-537-6300. THE FIREPLACE PROJECT – “Artists Who Live and Work on the East End” curated by Edsel Williams will run through June 27. Located at 851 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton. Call 631-324-4666. GALERIE BELAGE – “15 Minutes,” a collection of vintage photographs by Rose Hartman from the infamous Studio 54 from 1977 to its closing will be on display. The exhibit continues throughout the season. Summer hours are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Located behind Margarita Grille at 8 Moniebogue Lane, Westhampton Beach. Call 631-288-5082. THE GALLERY – Open on weekends and by appointment. Located at 125 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-7707 or visit GALLERY MERZ – Christina Schlesinger’s, “The Dorothy Paintings,” will be on display until June 17. Located at 95 Main St., Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-2803. GONE LOCAL GALLERY – Work by Dan Welden and Gregory Corn will run through June 14. Located at 199 Main Street, Amagansett. Call 631-267-5315. GOOD CONSCIENCE GALLERY – “Landscapes 2007,” the group show will benefit Renewable Energy Long Island (RELI). Gallery hours are Thurs.-Sat., from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 p.m. Located at 848 North Sea Road, Southampton. Call 631-726-4663. GRENNING GALLERY – Introducing Stephen Bauman, Jordan Sokol, Joshua Klegerman, Costanza Papasogli Tacca, Aaron Pavelis, Jessica Vertanen and Roald Siversten. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. and Sun., 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Fri. and Sat. Located at 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725(continued on page 93)

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Hampton Jitney Gets The Show On The Road. Announcing the Upcoming Show Tours Lineup… Beauty and the Beast Sat., June 23rd - $171 pp. “Be our guest” for a story book theatrical experience your whole family will love. See this “timeless” story before it closes on July 29th. Package includes: Orchestra show ticket, lunch at one of NYC’s fine restaurants and deluxe roundtrip transportation. Cape Cod & Martha’s Vineyard Sun.-Wed., June 24th-27th (four day tour) $689 pp./do. Cape Cod is one of our most popular adventures and it is done differently each time we travel there. Take guided tours of Hyannis & Martha’s Vineyard as well as a Down Island Tour along Route 6A to Provincetown. Package includes: 3 nights lodging, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners including 1 lobster dinner, guided tours, admission to Battleship Cove and deluxe round-trip transportation.

BASEBALL GAMES NY Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins Thurs., July 5th; 1:05 p.m. game - $92 pp. Other Yankees game dates: July 17, 21, August 14, September 1, 18 & 23

NY Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals Thurs., June 28th; 7:10 p.m. game - $86 pp. Other Mets game dates: August 25 & September 9

Sight and Sound Theater “In The Beginning” Tues.-Wed., July 10th-11th (two day tour) $240 pp./do. Stay at the Country Inn of Lancaster; enjoy a wonderful family style dinner at Good ‘n Plenty Restaurant; see the new “In the Beginning” show at the Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre. You will also visit Kitchen Kettle Village for some shopping, lunch at Bird-in-Hand Restaurant and enjoy a stop at Eli’s Countryside Road-Stand. Package includes: 1 night’s hotel accommodation, 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner, In the Beginning show ticket, time for shopping, and deluxe round-trip transportation. “110 In The Shade” [Musical] Wed., July 11th - $197 pp. Starring Four-time Tony winner Audra McDonald (and up for another for Best Actress in this show), Two-Time Tony winner John Cullum and Steve Kazee last seen on Broadway in Spamalot. Smashing new revival of the Harvey Schmidt-Tom Jones musical, 110 in the Shade, is the kind of show Broadway does better than anyone else. This glorious production, rife with memorable tunes from one of musical theatre’s greatest songwriting teams, touches both the heart and soul, tugs at the heartstrings, and leaves one breathless with wonderment. Led by a bona fide star performance from the celestial Audra McDonald and magnificent direction by Lonny Price, 110 in the Shade is hands down the best and most exciting Broadway production this season. Package includes: Orchestra show ticket, lunch at Giambelli’s and deluxe round-trip transportation. Prospect Park Zoo Prepare The Baboons’ Treats For Them! And, Visit The Famous Brooklyn Children’s Museum Wed., July 11th - $80 pp. First visit the famous Brooklyn Children’s Museum (the first museum created expressly for children when it was founded in 1899). Next go to beautiful Prospect Park to have a picnic lunch in the great outdoors (we will be brown-bagging it on this trip). Next, we’ll enter Prospect Park Zoo (managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society). One event there will be the Sea Lion feeding and then you will witness, and participate in, one of the most dynamic baboon exhibits in the country (save room for a light snack). Package includes: all admissions, snack at the zoo and deluxe round-trip transportation.

“A Day at the Races” Belmont Race Track Wed. July 11th Thurs., July 12th Wed., July 18th - $85 pp. Enjoy an exciting day at beautiful Belmont Park. Belmont Park is a major thoroughbred horse-racing facility located in the hamlet of Elmont, New York in Nassau County on Long Island (just outside of New York City). Its mile-and-a-half (2.4 km) main track is the largest dirt course in Thoroughbred racing. It first opened May 4, 1905. It is world-famous as the home of the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of the Triple Crown. Belmont is known as The Championship Track because most every major champion in racing history since the early 20th century has competed on the racecourse – including each of the 11 Triple Crown winners. Package includes: Round-trip transportation, clubhouse admission, racing program and a buffet lunch at the Garden Terrace Restaurant overlooking the track. Note: Dress is semi-formal - jackets for men; dresses, skirts or pant suits for women. No Jeans or Sneakers! Mystic, Connecticut Sun. - Mon., July 29th-30th (two day tour) - $265 pp./do. Enjoy yourself by the Mystic River as you visit the Mystic Seaport Museum of America and the Sea, take a cruise, and go to Mystic Aquarium and Olde Mistick Village and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum for an amazing experience you just have to see to believe. Package includes: 1 night hotel accommodations including room taxes and luggage handling, 1 deluxe continental breakfast, 1 dinner, meal taxes and meal gratuities, all attractions as listed and deluxe round-trip transportation. “The Pirate Queen” Wed., Aug. 15th - $185 pp. The team that brought Les Miserables to Broadway returns with a swashbuckling turn about legendary Irish chieftain Grace O’Malley. Celebrating the real-life story of legendary Irish Chieftain Grace O’Malley, The Pirate Queen combines classic storytelling and a sweeping score with the powerful, vibrant traditions of Irish dance and song, to create a new musical event and an epic romance. Package includes: Orchestra show ticket, lunch at La Petite Auberge and deluxe round-trip transportation. Saratoga Springs, NY - Racing at its Best Sun.- Tues., Aug. 26th-28th (three day tour) - $555 pp./do. Saratoga Springs, an historic Victorian city in upstate New York has been attracting visitors since the 1700’s. If you haven’t been one of these visitors, now is your chance! Hampton Jitney Tours provides the perfect means to your visit. *DRESS CODE: Jackets are required for men; and women should be dressed in Skirts/Dresses or Nice Pants. Package includes: 2 nights hotel accommodations including taxes, baggage handling (1 bag per person) 2 breakfast buffets, 1 lunch, 1 dinner, “At The Rail” tickets, all admissions as stated in the itinerary and deluxe round-trip transportation.

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ART EVENTS 8469 or visit HAMPTON ROAD GALLERY – “Out Here,” featuring the works of Leo Revi. Will run through June 16. Located at 36 Hampton Road, Southampton. Call 631-204-9704. HARPER’S BOOKS – Featuring its inaugural exhibition of photography, “Matt Weber NYC.” The show will be on display until June 21. Gallery hours are Wed.-Sat. from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Located on the second floor of 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. Call 631-324-1131.

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KARIN SANDERS FINE ART GALLERY – “Fresh Art,” a show featuring emerging artists will be on display through June 26. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Fri. and Sat., 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sun., and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Mon.-Thurs. Located at 126 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Visit or call 631-899-3430. LANA SANTORELLI GALLERY – “Life’s A Beach.” The exhibit runs through June 11. Gallery is open Fri.-Sat. 12-8 p.m., and Sun.-Mon. 12-6 p.m. Located at 77 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631283-6308 or visit LEVITAS CENTER FOR THE ARTS – “Of Scenes and Structures” featuring photographs by Anthony Lombardo and paintings by Eileen Dawn Skretch will run through June 17. Open 12 to 5 p.m. Located at 2 Pond Lane, Southampton. Call 631-6807551. MARK BORGHI FINE ART – “American Realism and American Abstraction.” Louis Valtat, Augustus Tack, Childe Hassam, William Merrit Chase, Willem DeKooning, Georgia O’Keefe, Mel Ramos, Robert Motherwell, Milton Avery, Hans Hoffman and more. Open 7 days 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Located at 2462 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Call 631-537-7245 or visit PAMELA WILLIAMS GALLERY – Showing the works of Paton Miller through June 25. Located at 167 Main Street, Amagansett. Call 631-267-7817 or visit PARASKEVAS GALLERY – Showing Michael Paraskevas’ extensive work and children’s book illustrations from Maggie and the Ferocious Beast and other books he published with his mother, Betty. Open by appointment. Located at 83 Main St., Westhampton Beach. Call 631-287-1665. PARRISH ART MUSEUM – “Studio as Muse” will be on display through August 5. Located at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631-283-2118. PHOENIX FINE ART GALLERY – Presenting the works of Chris Taylor and Luann Thompson in the show “Contrast and Harmony.” Will run through June 24. Located at 139 South Country Rd., Bellport. Call 631-776-0811. POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE – “Picturing Artists (1950s-1960s): Photographs by Dan Budnik.”

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The exhibit will run through through July 1. By appointment PICK OF THE WEEK July 28. Located at 830 Springsonly. Located at 6 Plank Road, KARIN SANDERS FINE Unit 3 in East Hampton. 917Fireplace Rd., East Hampton. ART GALLERY – “Fresh 617-0828. Call 631-324-4929. Art,”featuring emerging PRUDENTIAL ART SPACE SILAS MARDER – Features the work of Jim artists.Located at 126 Main Street, GALLERY – “The Big Show” Hayden, Jana Hayden and Ruth SagHarbor.Visit will run through June 19. Rogers-Altmann through July 8. or call 631-899-3430. Gallery hours are Fri. 12-5 p.m., There will be an opening recepSat. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., and Sun. 10 tion brunch on June 10 from 12-2 p.m. Open daily a.m.- 4 p.m. Located at Snake Hollow Road, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Located at 216 Main St., Bridgehampton. Call 631-702-2306. Amagansett. Call 631-267-9700. SYLVESTER & CO. – Presenting “Landscapes” featuring the photography of Tom Steele, Blair RATIO GALLERY – “Aesthetic Expressions,” feaSeagram and Susan Vecsey. The show will run turing work by Hongping Du, Marlies Ihmels and through July 2. Located at 154 Main Street, Maddine Insalaco will run through June 30. Located Amagansett. Call 631-267-9777. at 10 Bell Street, Bellport. Call 631-286-4030 or visit TULLA BOOTH GALLERY – “Natural Wonders,” a photography exhibit featuring Daniel ROGERS MANSION – “The Squiretown Circle: Jones and Jake Rajs. The exhibit will be on display Small Works by Moses Soyer, Robert Gwathmey, through June 28. Gallery hours are Fri.-Mon., 12:30Nikolai Cikovsky and David Burliuk” will run 7 p.m. and Sat., 12:30-8 p.m. Located at 66 Main through July 28. Open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tues.-Sat. In Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-3100. the main gallery and the 2nd floor, 17 Meeting House VERED GALLERY – Dale Chihuly and Gloria Lane, Southampton. Sponsored by the Southampton Kisch. “Glass and Steel – Flowers” will run through Historical Society. 631-283-2494. June 20. The gallery is open daily from 11 a.m.- 6 ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – “Seeing is p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Remembering” featuring still life oil paintings by Located at 68 Park Place Passage, East Hampton. Robert R. Mehling. Opening reception June 10 from Call 631-324-3303 or visit 2 to 4 p.m. Located at 91 Coopers Farm Road, WATER MILL MUSEUM GALLERY – An exhiSouthampton. Call 631-283-0774. bition and sale of local landscapes. A portion of the RVS FINE ART – “New Works from Argentina” sales will benefit the South Fork Breast Health will run through June 13. Open Fri.-Sun. 12-5 p.m. Coalition. Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon., Located at 20 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631Thurs., Fri., and Sat., and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. 283-8546. Located at 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill. Call 631SAG HARBOR WHALING AND HISTORICAL 726-4625. MUSEUM – “Me by the Sea” featuring a 4th grade THE WINTER TREE GALLERY – Oil paintings exhibition will be open June 8 at 10 a.m. Reception by Fernando Vignoli. Will run through July 26. Also at 5 p.m. Located at Sag Harbor Elementary School, featuring works by Cuca Romley. Open daily 12-7 68 Hampton Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0770. p.m., except Tuesdays. Located at 125 Main Street, SALOMON CONTEMPORARY WAREHOUSE Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0097. – “Sally Egbert: Surface To Air” will be on exhibit

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Health, Beauty & Fitness Life After Varicose Approximately once per month, one of the physicians in my group receives a desperate call from someone who is overwhelmed by rapid bleeding from a “burst” varicose vein in their leg. While this is not the usual scenario that leads a person to seek treatment for their varicose veins, it is frightening and requires emergency treatment. Many people accept the appearance of the varicose veins in their legs thinking that treatment will be too involved or too painful. But, delaying treatment for this problem may result in profuse bleeding when you least expect it. More commonly, untreated varicose veins lead to increasingly aching, or throbbing legs especially after several hours of standing. Varicose veins affect more than 25 million Americans. They are much more common in women than men. The typical symptoms can include pain, fatigue and leg swelling. Blood clots can also form in varicose veins, which is called phlebitis. This is a very painful and temporary problem, which is almost never life-threatening. Varicose veins are usually caused by a back flow or “reflux” of blood into superficial veins (just under the skin) from deeper veins under the muscles. This reflux of blood causes increased pressure in the small veins and branches under the skin, which causes them to bulge. There is pain that increases as the person stands or walks over a period of hours and improves when the legs are elevated. In some cases, the overlying skin can become chronically irritated and develop a rash or discoloration. The abnormal vein blood flow is usually hereditary, but can be worsened by prolonged standing and pregnancy. Many

have been led to believe that this condition is a natural factor of aging, but all age groups are affected. Without treatment, the symptoms can worsen and may result in the skin forming open ulcers, which usually appear at the ankles. Spider veins may also result from abnormal venous circulation, but these are less likely to cause longBefore term problems. They are socially disabling for many women causing them to avoid certain clothing or activities like swimming or sun bathing. While support hose are helpful, clearly they are not welcomed at the beach. The good news is that there are now many treatment options and most of these can be performed in doctors’ offices. The main superficial (saphenous) vein that runs along the inside of the leg is usually the culprit. Back flow or reflux into this vein from the groin or thigh veins is the underlying problem. Luckily, this saphenous vein can be closed through a needle and catheter system in less than 30 minutes. In many cases, the closure of the saphenous vein leads to the varicose and spider veins shrinking and becoming less prominent. If there are larger, bulging branches can then be removed at the same time through tiny skin nicks. Smaller spider veins can be easily treated with injections of salt or chemical solutions (sclerotherapy) that cause them


to gradually fade. Some physicians treat spider veins with a topical laser, but the best results are seen in people with very fair skin. Pigmented skin absorbs the laser light when it shines on the skin limiting those who can be treated this way. All of these procedures are possible with little or no sedation. Local anesthesia or numbing of the skin is often After all that is necessary. After treatment one of my recent patients, a hair stylist, commented that she had never realized how uncomfortable her legs had been for so many years. Another patient came to the office for her post-operative visit with a big smile and reported how light her leg now felt. These testimonials are common and most people wish that they had sought treatment sooner. So, if you are living with your varicose veins, but not really living then consider having a consultation with an experienced vein surgeon. Delaying treatment just prolongs suffering and may lead to the development of more varicose veins and worsening symptoms. Lisa Alford, M.D. is a Vascular Surgeon. Suffolk Vascular Associates at Port Jefferson is located at 1110 Hallock Avenue, Port Jefferson Station. Call (631) 476-9100 or visit for more information.



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Health, Beauty & Fitness Running On Empty There is a common misnomer that by exercising on an empty stomach in the morning, you’ll burn off the calories you acquired the night before. While you will work off some of those calories, you’ll probably work off more if you have a little something in the belly. I know what you’re thinking – why consume calories if you’re trying to get rid of them? The reason is relatively simple. Your body is like a car. If you wake in the morning and take it for a run without eating, it’s like driving a car on fumes. It will go for a little while, but the distance it travels and its ability to perform correctly will be seriously compromised. Without morning nutrition you are more likely to workout at a lower intensity and reach fatigue earlier, as well as experience headaches, dizziness and nausea, which are all symptoms of low blood sugar. The other obvious factor that may come into play is hunger. Solving all these problems can take a little experimenting because each body reacts to foods differently. There are a few general warnings. You don’t need a heavy breakfast of bacon and eggs. Though filling, exercising on a stomach stacked with heavy, fatty items can make you sluggish and less productive. Dairy can be tricky. A bowl of cereal sloshing around as you run doesn’t always make for the best solution, but, as I said, it is an individual preference. What you are looking to create in your body is the proper combination of fuel and energy that will help you exercise. Breads such as toast or a bagel will digest quickly and give you some energy. They are

also pretty neutral and shouldn’t upset your stomach or weigh you down too much. For longer exercise routines try a banana. Not only does it have potassium (467 mgs), which will help prevent cramping, it takes longer to digest, which will give your body a more constant energy source. Avoid caffeine. Sure it’ll wake you up and give you energy, but it is the wrong kind of energy. Your body will drop from the caffeine high and become exhausted. Also, caffeine will cause dehydration and may cause gastrointestinal situations including heartburn and diarrhea. For big races, you hear about runners eating tons of pasta the night before because it is a carbohydrate and fills the muscles with glycogen (a sugar which provides energy). This may cause you to become constipated, which doesn’t making running any easier. Wiser choices consist of ancient grains (quinoa, amaranth and kamut), whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables. Also, this type of meal is for extensive events that can burn thousands of calories in one day. If you’re just looking to lose weight by burning excess calories, this is not the option for you. Eat somewhere between a half-hour to an hour before exercising. It will give your body time to begin digesting the light meal you just ate. You should stretch for a half-hour before you exercise to

avoid cramps, tears or any other muscle injuries. This is also a good way kill downtime between eating and working out. Hydration is a key component of proper morning exercise. Your body has just spent around eight hours without water so it makes sense to get some liquids in the system. Wake up in the morning and drink two glasses of water before you do anything else. It gives time for the water to be absorbed into your body. Continue drinking water before your workout. As you go, you will learn how much is too much. Fruit juice or sports drinks will also hydrate and give you some of the carbohydrates needed for exercises, but should not be used as a substitute for food. After the workout there is a 45-minute span when the body is better suited for rebuilding glycogen levels in the muscles and insulin is at its peak level, which can help rebuild muscle protein. Eating a meal that combines carbohydrates and protein at this time will help restore muscles and reduce fat in the body. Try yogurt and fruit or a peanut and banana sandwich. If you miss this window, you’ll end up decreasing your replenishment process by over 50%. Finding the right balance of food may take some time, but once you do, the benefits will be well worth it.

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Health, Beauty & Fitness Melt The Inches Away True beauty is said to come from inside. Nevertheless, increasing numbers of people attach importance to presenting an attractive appearance and, as a result, are prepared to actively do anything to get it. Proper eating habits combined with exercise are still the best way for people to achieve their ideal figure. But often, these two methods are not able to produce the desired effect. Therefore, there is a demand on the part of many people for additional, effective measures to get rid of unwanted accumulations of fat in places that change of diet and exercise have left untouched. There is now a non-surgical method for getting rid of fat. It is the process known as injection lipolysis. Now, fat cells can be permanently removed with their fat globules and absorbed by the body’s natural metabolism. In this minimally invasive procedure, which, unlike liposuction, does not involve clinical surgery, a substance known as phosphatdichylcholine (PPC) is injected directly into the zone of unwanted fat using very fine needles. The active ingredient is a natural product, which is obtained from soybeans. It is also naturally produced in a similar composition in our bodies, where it performs a variety of functions, especially in connection with the fat metabolism. Since the procedure was first developed twelve years ago, injection lipolysis has long outgrown its infancy. The NETWORKLipolysis, which now embraces over 850 doctors




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Gadgets With A Splash Congratulations, you’ve made it through another winter and, if you’re lucky enough to have a pool, now is the time to enjoy the warm weather that’s coming. Pool gadgets are a dime a dozen. Some are made for fun and others are made to make life easier. We’ll examine a couple of new things out there that will sure make a splash this summer. When I say gadget, I don’t necessarily mean something small and electronic. In fact, the first on the list is neither. This is only for those with very large pools or access to a bay. It is the inflatable iceberg. Over 15 feet high with three climbing walls and a slide, this colossus will give your kids titanic amounts of fun. The climbing challenge ranges from

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The Garden At Rock Cottage by Lance Brilliantine Beautiful Blue I marvel at how quickly hydrangeas leaf out and set blooms each season. This versatile flowering shrub can provide a dramatic display when grouped and also works well as a single specimen. The large, complex flower heads come in colors from dark blue, to red, purple and white. The name Hydrangea comes from a compound Greek word meaning “water-vessel.” This refers to the roots that store a large quantity of water. While the name is Greek, the plants seem to have origins from several world locations including the Himalayas, North and South America and Central and Eastern Asia. Native Americans cultivated the plant as a curative for infections, arthritis and other ailments common to an aging population. The leaves were dried and used as a substitute for tobacco – and reportedly have a slightly narcotic effect. The flowers themselves are of three main types – mophead, panicle and lacecap. Mopheads produce globe-shaped flowers that can be as large as a foot in diameter. The panicle-flowered varieties produce elongated, conical-shaped flowers up to 14-inches long. Lacecaps produce disc-like flowers about 6-inches across with florets that appear only at the circumference and have colored, seed-like nodes at the center. In addition to being classified by flower type, there are five main categories of hydrangea frequently seen on the East End. These include the Smooth Hydrangea (H. arborescence) that produces a five-foot shrub with oval, gray-green leaves and dull white flowers, the Oakleaf Hydrangea (H. quercifolia) with

deeply lobed, oak-leaf shaped leaves on a six-foot shrub with white, panicle flowers, the Climbing Hydrangea (H. anomala) that produces a large vine with shiny-green leaves and numerous white flowers, Peegee Hydrangea (H. paniculata) that can produce a shrub up to 20-feet tall with white flowers that fade to pink and French Hydrangea (H.macrophylla) that produces a mounding shrub up to six-feet tall with either pink or blue flowers. A sixth rare variety, Ayesha, is a fragrant shrub introduced shortly after World War II. It produces delicate pink to mauve flowers that have a waxy consistency – just beautiful and one of my favorites. Hydrangeas are easy to grow. They respond extremely well to a little cultivation and protection from deer that find the leaves an irresistible salad. Deer can consume the leaves and flowers from an entire clutch of hydrangeas in one evening. Because the shrub likes moist but not wet soil, it benefits from a site that is partly shady and that has enriched organic soil. French hydrangeas tolerate more sun that the others, but most prefer a situation with some light morning sun and afternoon shade. The shrubs benefit from regular feeding with cow manure or a multi-purpose fertilizer. They also benefit from plenty of water to keep the roots moist, but not wet or

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Engel & VĂślkers: The Global Real Estate Connection Last Thursday, my colleague David Rattiner and I had the opportunity to sit down at a press conference at the WĂślffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack. This American Winery is designed in the classic European tradition and its pristine view overlooking the wine fields is just the scene you would imagine a Hamptons press conference to look like. Yet this was no ordinary press conference and to tell you the truth, I am not sure there is such a thing as an â&#x20AC;&#x153;ordinaryâ&#x20AC;? meeting of the minds especially if it is with one of the worlds leading real estate licensing companies, namely, Engel & VĂślkers. Specializing in the sale of high-end property, Engel & VĂślkers started 30 years ago in Hamburg, Germany. Christian VĂślkers, the founder and CEO and Engel & VĂślkers explained, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our licensed partner system is based on our service concept called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Made in Germany.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Their expansion in the United States has been both one of promise and, of course, challenge. Engel & VĂślkers has offices in Florida, Greenwich, Ct. and New York City. Here on the East End, their residential real estate shop is located at 20 Main Street in the heart of Southampton. As David and I stepped onto the veranda a handful of people dressed in professional, Hampton-like attire with nametags greeted and adorned us with welcoming smiles and introductions. While half of the Engel & VĂślkers employees that I met possessed a strong German, Austrian or European accent, the other half did not. This international dynamic made the conference interesting and unusual, and when Bettina Prinzessin Wittgenstein, the Managing Director who flew in from Hamburg, Germany just for the afternoon, began to discuss the growth of the company, astonishment became the universal language for the moment. She explained that last year Engel &

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Traveling Gypsies My phone rang at 7 a.m. this morning. I heard my daughter Michele’s voice, high-pitched and in great despair. “Mom, I’m moving out of Sag Harbor,” she said. “What,” I said, “Why?” “These Gypsy moths are driving me crazy. I can’t stand it anymore. Anthony had them crawling all over his shirt when he came home from school today. One bit him. He has a rash. It’s horrible!” After I reminded her about the infestation we had fifteen years or so ago, leaving practically every tree and bush stripped of their beautiful leaves and the

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Finally, the colossal closing! Since 2005 rumors have circulated regarding the sale of a 40-acre estate on Further Lane in East Hampton. Until the recent relocation of the historic buildings from the property, both buyer and seller would not officially comment on the sale. This week, the Corcoran Group’s East Hampton office has released a statement confirming that they are the brokers to the sale. The historic estate property owned by Adelaide de Menil has gone to contract in excess of $100 million. The property officially transferred on May 31 to billionaire Ron Baron who was reportedly negotiating the sale with Ms. de Menil for more than a year. Mr. Baron had already purchased a neighboring 12-acre parcel in the oceanfront estate area in 2005. The two parties continually denied rumors and kept the deal quiet. But, although details were not made public, it was no secret that the estate sold when the historic buildings that the owner collected over the years were moved and donated to East Hampton Town. This unprecedented sale makes it evident that the East End market appears to be unstoppable. The Corcoran Group in East Hampton will release a statement when the new owner allows. This sale so far represents the most valuable piece of residential real estate to change hands on the East End to date and the highest ever in the country. Although many of the properties entering the market lately have price tags that keep pushing higher and higher, such as the $80 million North Haven 55-acre estate, the $70 million Three Ponds Farm or the $60 million estate in Southampton, none have

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actually sold – making this sale positively astounding. Prior to this, Burnt Point on Georgica Pond in Wainscot still held the record since 2005 at $45 million as the highest grossing sale on the East End. Watching the market continue to elevate, one can only speculate which estates on the East End are capable of selling now and in the near future. It is confirmed that the East End of Long Island, particularly the Hamptons oceanfront estate areas, contains some of the most valuable and sought after soil on earth! Selling real estate on the East End has become a very big business where the realtors are as well known as the properties they broker. Deals such as these bring huge commissions for the agencies and brokers involved and are extremely complex and

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require savvy East End knowledge to hold. Many realtors have become millionaires in their own right. Small town agencies seem to be getting fewer and further all the time. Corcoran has taken the East End by storm and has not only bought out many of the local brokers in the villages over the past few years but has also acquired Allan Schneider Associates, once a major player here that held offices on the East End. Prudential Douglas Elliman, Sotheby’s International Realty and Brown Harris Stevens have also created a strong presence here. The Hampton Realty Group was formed when a group of local realtors merged and is now spread out through out through most East End towns as an effort to gain strength in the increasingly competitive market. On the North Fork, another major deal was made not too long ago to bring three Starbucks Coffee shops into the area. The stipulation was, not to bring one, but three franchises in order to make it work. There is already one open in Southold that appears to be quite busy. The Greenport location will be directly across from the town’s carousel. The third will be located in Mattituck. The stores are expected to open for business this season. It seems that even after a few years of being front-page news, real estate is still “what’s happening” on the East End. A week does not go by without another phenomenal sale or listing shaking up the marker here. No one seem to tire of it, and for whatever reason, visitors, locals, realtors, prospective buyers and sellers remain intrigued by the exchange of East End real estate. You can reach Diane at

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Letters tors. After all that was said and done, when I returned back at my house, I held my hand out to my dog Tino, and lo and behold, he had no clue about my encounter with this beautiful baby deer. So I guess that is a gift from nature. Maria Tennariello Via e-mail A dear story. – DR

NATURE’S GIFT Dear Dan, I just have to share this with you. My grandson Michael found this baby deer on the curb in the traffic circle on Scuttlehole Road last night. She was just standing there the animal lover that he is and thinking that the baby deer was injured, stopped all the traffic in the circle and picked her up and brought her home to his mom. When Michele called me, I went over to find this little darling sitting and feeling quite safe on her lap, wrapped in a blanket, with a the entire family in awe. After checking the fawn out, she seemed not to be injured, just lost and confused by the traffic and the lights that were shining in her little face. Michele called, I believe the person from the wildlife, and she recommended that she return her to the scene of the crime because surely her “mom was going crazy” looking for her baby. She didn’t want to, she wanted to keep her as a pet. I must admit, I myself almost agreed with that, but heart of hearts, and both of us being a mom, thought what if it were my child? they went at midnight, confident that the traffic was nil, returned her to where Michael found her, placing her into the big bushes away from the circle...where she just trotted off into the woods, hopefully to reunite with Mama Deer. I have never experienced such innocence in both child (Michael is 21) and animal...meaning my grandson and Darlin, (which he quickly named her). I know that baby deer have no scent in order to keep away preda-

HALO Dear Dan, That was a very interesting and touching story your son David wrote about his mixed roots – he being half Catholic and half Jewish. I would think it would make for a well-rounded young man, with two interesting cultures, beliefs – not necessarily colliding. Were I (I’m Presbyterian by the way - though loosely so – Plain Christian) he, I think I would go to both religious services, honor both - get all I could out of it – study the entire Bible - Old and new. In fact, I did go to a Seder this Passover, had gone to one years back when one of my best friends had one in her apartment – a Debie Abromson, her Uncle Mel and Aunt Blossom. She died of Melanoma in 1999 (only 47 years old), a very special person, surely in heaven! Let me tell you Why! Read on! At her funeral reception, in her own apartment October 5 or 6, 1999, there were her close friends and relatives. We had buried her near Spring Valley earlier – in Rockland County across the Hudson River. There had been a very light drizzle as we stood over her grave. Later there were very dark clouds, as seen through her living room window, sun toward the west, as seen by a strong reflection of it off a distant building or house. Strange! I had my camera with me, taking pictures of the people in the living room – (Debbie’s). I took one of a 12-year old Portrait of her (the painting done in 1963/’64 or so, she was born November 16, 1951 – a Scorpio) that was hanging on the wall just to the right of the living room window. The result was astonishing! I didn’t see it in the camera viewfinder, but it was evident in the photo! Debbie must have been very special to God, as – there was a fragmented ‘rainbow’, like arc that came through the living room window, from the reflection off the distant building/house window. It must have somehow been caught by my camera lens, and then it went right around Debbie’s head and face in the portrait! A Halo could be seen around her face! Astonishing! I could send you a copy of the photo if you like. In fact, I will – as a slide. I had taken a slide of the photo.

e-mail Dan at Somewhere in my past - on my mother’s side - is the name ‘Abrams’. It is on an old tombstone in the Stoneridge Cemetery – upstate NY, not far from Kingston. I believe Abrams is a Jewish name, is it not? Debbie’s last name was Abramson. So, I may have some Jewish blood in me, which Adolf Hitler probably would not have liked, right? I’d have been sent to the Holocaust too! Yet there are rumors even Hitler was part Jewish. So the article written by your son moved me, and I’ll have to read it again. Nice photo of him when he was young too - showing both Irish and Jew! I see you have a new website – That is good! I also hear your site advertised on 1010 WINS. I knew it had to do with you! I loved that party you had two years ago - August 12th was it? 45th? How about a 47th! Or, wait till the 50th? I’ll come, but I’ll be 70 then! I remember how great the food was, Dan! The drinks! Nice of you to do that for people! I may be out that way this weekend – not sure! I had to cancel a Boston trip I wanted to make due to my poor finances! So, once again – like what I wrote some years ago – “A Poor Man’s Weekend In The Hamptons”! Maybe I can afford a steak at Bobby Van’s in Bridgehampton. Toby Van Buren Via e-mail Interesting guy. – DR DON’T TRUST THE MAP Dear Dan, In your article on Greenland you state that Greenland is “bigger than the United States.” However, Greenland is not bigger than the U.S. A quick search on confirmed that the U.S. landmass is over 9 million square km. while Greenland is just over 2 million sq. km. I imagine you were tricked by a common error experienced by many people using a wall map of the earth. The earth is not flat so a wall map only gives a rough estimate of the relative sizes of countries. The distortion is greatest around the poles. This is possibly the reason Greenland looked larger than the U.S. to you. Cordially, James Byrnes Garden City, NY Via e-mail Damn those maps! – DR

Police Blotter I’d Like A Dii Wii Please? Over Memorial Day Weekend, East Hampton alone reported well over 15 arrests for people that were driving while they were intoxicated. Police also reported issuing an unusually high number of tickets this year for people that were driving while constipated. * * * No Howard! A man reported that his XM Satellite radio was taken from his truck while he had it parked at the beach in East Hampton. The burglar did that guy a favor, XM doesn’t have Howard Stern. * * * Spat On A woman that was going for a jog in East Hampton was spat on by a car that was driving past her. She reported the loogie to police twenty minutes later. * * * Computer Equipment Somebody in North Haven stole a credit card number to purchase $1,600 worth of computer equip-

ment. Police are suspecting that it could be a somebody that is completely addicted to porn that made the purchase. * * * Locked In A woman in Sag Harbor called police from her bathroom because she had accidentally locked herself inside of it. Police responded to the call and rescued the woman. After investigating, they noticed that a handle on the bathroom door was broken. The woman thanked police by giving them a courtesy flush. * * * Dog Walker A man was issued a ticket for walking his dog on the beach during the hours of the day that he was not supposed to be walking his dog on the beach. After the man was given the ticket, the dog, in a desperate attempt to cheer up his owner, licked his face. * * * Urinating Police arrested a man for urinating in public in

Southampton. In the man’s defense, he had a Southampton Village Public Urination Permit. * * * Fled On Foot A man in Riverhead was pulled over by police for driving in a manner that suggested he was drunk. When police pulled the man over, he got out of the car and fled on foot. After a brief chase, police were able to catch the man and arrest him. Apparently when the man tried to run, he just ended up spinning around in circles and collapsing on the ground. * * * Not So Good Workout A woman that was working out with her personal trainer inside of her home was in the middle of doing a bunch of sit-ups when she noticed that the personal trainer was doing drugs in her bathroom. The woman immediately reported the incident, fired her personal trainer who left and then started screamin’ out at the top of her lungs, “You can do it! Come on! Just three more! Stay with it! Keep going!” – Written and Compiled by David Lion Rattiner

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Design Directory

Building Trades/Labor Carpenters, experienced framers, needed East Hampton area, Fast paced, quality minded, self starter. Must have tools and transportation. 631-395-4588. Swimming pool 35-year firm hiring mechanics, weekly service & helpers. Must have mechanical ability, will train. Valid drivers license, long season, overtime required. Call 631-283-4884, Fax 631-283-4893, or go to: or apply in person 3-5PM Kazdin Pools 833 County Rd 39, Southampton.

Beauty/Health/Fitness Gil Ferrer Salon in Bridgehampton Commons seeking Full/ Part Time Hair Stylists/Assistants, (must have license), Receptionists Excellent training provided. Experience a plus. Must be articulate, outgoing, excellent people skills.

Swimming Pool Construction Service: Builder of high-end custom concrete pools seeks quality-minded laborers, plumbers, masons and service personnel. Ability to operate machinery and/or CDL a plus. Please call 631-725-2700. Swimming Pool service crews needed. Excellent salary. Weekly maintenance. Experienced preferred, but we will train. Call Prestige Pools. 631-325-8929

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LIVE IN NANNY NEEDED IN HAMPTON LOCATION Must be legal to work in US with valid passport and drivers license with lots of driving experience. Energetic, active and friendly individual who loves outdoors, has lots of patience. Pet friendly, non-smoker and has a healthy conscience. Prior experience with references required. Please fax resume with salary requirements to: 212-863-1563 Mother's Helper; Looking for a kind, fun, responsible person to help a mom of three small kids on the weekends. Must drive. References. Call 631.329.1221 Mother’s Helper in Sag Harbor. Help Mom with 2 children and light housekeeping. Must drive and speak English 917-797-8838

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HAMPTON DOMESTICS “Our 26th Year” *Private Chefs* Butler/Houseman *Couples* Drivers, Security Estate Managers Elder Care/Companions Event Staff Groundskeepers Handyman, Housekeepers Ladies Maids Nanny’s Personal Assistants Yacht Staff 631-725-1527 631-458-4129 (fax) (Hamptons) 212-371-0492 (New York City) 561-848-4777 (Palm Beach)

Baby-sitter needed to look after nice 12 year-old boy.

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New Mobile Spa Company looking for experienced professionals for massage therapy, skin care, hair styling, nails and make up. Must be licensed, flexible and have a pleasant attitude. Please call Hamptons Pampering 631-604-5481 NEW YOGA STUDIO/ DAY SPA in Montauk looking for talented instructors, masseurs, esthetician Also seeking professionals to provide their unique wellness treatments. Great location! 631-238-5450

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Nanny Wanted. 2-3 days per week. Twin 2-year old boys. Southampton Experience and references required. 917-923-0829

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Radu Physical Culture Southampton's finest fitness center is looking for experienced athletic trainers with a sports background, massage therapists, front desk and male/female locker room attendants. Please fax your resume to 631-283-9084 or call Sandi or Phil at 631-283-9303 to schedule an interview.

Nanny Needed East Hampton family with three small children looking for kind, flexible, experienced live-out Nanny, F/T, year-round ASAP. Must love kids, drive, speak English clearly CPR a plus. Occasional nights, light cleaning and kid meals. References a must. Legal Resident please. Call 631-329-1221

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Estate Managers, Butlers/ Stewards, Housekeepers, Cooks, Personal Assistants, Chauffeurs, Couples.

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917-406-3621 Nannies, Housekeepers, Chefs, Couples, Estate Managers. Nanny Agency Of The Hamptons, Serving The Hamptons and New York City. www. Domestic positions available (631)329-9973

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East Country Services Inc. Valet Parking Service Looking for hard working, reliable Individuals to join our team. Full time/ Part time Positions available Must have: Excellent driving record Clean Valid License Email: egreco@eastscountryservices .com Phone: 631-878-7443 Cell: 631-484-7434

Food/Beverage Almond seeks experienced wait staff and host. Fax resume to 631-537-6606 or call 631-537-8885 Are you willing to work hard and make great money? Upscale Hamptons restaurant and lounge seeks experienced hard working and enthusiastic hosts/ hostesses, bartenders, cocktailers, barbacks waitstaff and kitchen staff

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Hair Stylist Experienced. Good opportunity in North Fork Salon. Paid vacation, education, insurance available. 631-722-3578.


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Meeting House RESTAURANT Amagansett Now Hiring experienced line cooks and dishwashers. Must Be Legal Call Jackie 631-267-2764

EXPERIENCED DOG GROOMER necessary for busy Hamptons salon. Salary and benefits negotiable. The Claassy Canine (631)283-1306 FAMILY ORIENTED CLUB Seeks Highly Motivated Persons For Key Positions Including:

RESTAURANT HELP for private club Line cooks, waitstaff, bartenders, dishwashers Experience a plus! Competitive Pay Ferry reimbursement 631-749-0625 x 17

General BATISTE HAIR SALON Seeks assistant, full time Must work weekends G reat atmosphere! 631-725-9494 Children’s Day Camp in the Hamptons is hiring for the following: pony camp instructor, van driver, art teacher and cooking position. Must be able to work June 26th – August 24th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 631-537-1634 for more information or fax resume to 631-537-2295. Children’s Entertainment Company Seeking hi energy performers Clowns, Magicians, Face Painters, Athletic Director, Guitar Player, Specialty Acts, Cinderella Character Actor. Great pay, Great tips, Weekends. Own Transportation. 631-765-2500

Panty, Cocktail Persons, Ocean and Pool Lifeguards, Bathhouse Attendants, Stt eward, Short Order Cooks, Chef’s Assistants, Kitchen Utility personnel and Table Porters. Must be neat in appearance, possess good communications and people skills and be team players. Pleasse call for application and to schedule interview. 631-283-7123



Part-Time Jobs

Naturopathica Holistic Health LLC, a nationally recognized and respected spa, skincare and herbal remedy company is seeking a highly motivated customer service representative. We offer unlimited opportunity for personal and professional growth with a company that is growing rapidly. Applicants must demonstrate high level of personal character, excellent communication and sales skills. Medical benefits, 401K available. Please email resumes to gail@ or fax to 631-267-2687.

Gardener needed by small landscaping company. Involves heavy materials. Experience with tree planting and hedge cutting preferred. 516-220-8862.

P/T Office Assistant, no weekends, small building material Co. on Shelter Island is seeking an organized multi tasked person with personality for Operations and Customer Service. Computer exp a must and Quick books a plus. Call 631-749-3313. E-mail

TENNIS INSTRUCTOR Westhampton Area SUMMER CAMP 8 week position June 25 – August 17 Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:15

Looking for contemporary fashionable person with strong sales skills. (631)725-0909 Models Wanted Art / Photography 631-329-5550 Leave name and number

MODELS WANTED Acclaimed Fine Arts Photographer seeks female models for new project. $25 Hr. 631-725-02202

Fine Dining High Volume Steakhouse Seeks: Experienced Front of the House: Waitstaff, Bussers, Runners, Expeditor, Bartenders, Barbacks and AM Reservationists & Experienced Sou Chef: Please Call 631-324-1100 or Fax Resume to 631-324-4378

Southampton Construction Management Firm Seeking Strong Individuals For Project Management & Jobsite Supervision Positions. Must Have Excellent Organizational Skills; Benefits, Competitive Salary, Retirement. Email resume with salary requirements:

Instructor to work with small age-appropriate groups, ages 5 -- 12 Competitive Salary and free camp for your child!


TRAFFIC MANAGER Recent college graduates welcome. Dan's Papers in Bridgehampton, NY is looking for a full time Traffic Manager. This is an entry level job in the art department. The Traffic Manager will work closely with the art and sales departments in order to manage all advertisements. Duties include pre-flighting and checking all advertisements for newspaper print specifications in a timely and effective manner. The Traffic Manager will place ads in the paper and check the final proof of the paper for any advertising mistakes. Applicants should know QuarkXpress and Adobe Acrobat Professional. Adobe Photoshop experience is a plus. Will train the right individual. Please e-mail resumes with sala ry requirements to: or fax to 631-537-2192

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Approximately 5-10 years of related experience is required. Candidates must be able to deal with contractors, construction documents, architects, vendors, Building Department issues and other related duties as required.

Fax resume 631-288-4654 GALLERY

Southampton estate groundskeeper seeking helpers for mowing, hedge cutting. Also, flower garden maintenance. Documents and drivers license required. Call Kevin 631-786-1800

NURSE RN, LPN, or EMT Westhampton Area Summer Camp 8 week position June 25 – August 17 Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:15 Camp tuition package available for children of applicant Fax resume 631-288-4654

Administration/ Reception Extremely busy Southampton Construction Co. seeks experienced, motivated team player with excellent organization and communication skills. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment a must. Email resume to:


Retail Announcing TORY BURCH in East Hampton Full Time and Summer employment opportunities available. Sales associates, sales assistants and stock associates. Please submit resume to: DOG LOVER WANTED! Seeking motivated, dog-lover for part-time summer sales position at Bridgehampton pet accessories boutique. Starts immediately. Call Roxy, 917-833-6509.

Detail-oriented individual with strong administrative skills needed to assist in the facilitation and expediting of materials and subcontractors schedules. Excellent follow-up and problem solving skills are essential in this fast-paced environment.

GUYS & GIRLS FASHION WITH A ROCK N’ ROLL VIBE! Management & Sales Full and Part Time Muust be energetic, hard-working & responsible. Experience in Fashion and Sales preferable. Email resume to: or fax to: 212-388-1901



Theory is currently looking

ABS- A leader in contemporary/ designer women's clothing is looking for Seasonal Sales Associates for our upscale women's retail boutique located in Westhampton Beach, NY

for seasonal sales and stock associates at our full price

and Southampton retail locations.

As a seasonal associate, you will provide exceptional customer service to all guests and help in maintaining the

Individuals must be energetic, self-motivated and sales driven. This is a Seasonal "Summer" job only ...storee is open MAY - SEPTEMBER

appearance of the stores.


- Must be able to work from

Email resume to

and weekends)

May to September (weekdays, evenings

- Provide outstanding and

Reception/ Field Coordinator for Luxury Building Co., organized, well spoken individual to work with Project Mgr., and clients. Coordinate/ schedule jobs, must know Excel. E-mail Or call 631-537-8762 ext.: 11

New clothing store opening in July!


Basic knowledge of construction highly preferred. Salary based on experience + benefits.

Part time office assistant, filing answering phones, etc. Flexible hours. 537-5532


Retail Sales Help. Shoe-Inn East seeks full time energetic sales help and stock person. Experienced preferred. Weekends a must. Please call Angela 631-329-4500.

East Hampton Elite construction company located in East Hampton is seeking a full-time assistant to their Expeditor


quality customer service and any other directives from store managers

Please e-mail resumes to

Fax resume Attn: Katherine 516-625-5920 or email: Ref code: Westhampton Account Executive for Management Recruiters International. The Southampton office ranks among the top 50 offices out of 1,000 offices worldwide. A successful career awaits highly self motivated people who have a friendly outgoing personality, high degree of self-confidence and are comfortable with phone selling. Our training program is top notch and has enabled our tenured employees to earn six figure incomes. We offer benefits, and a flexible salary and commission program. Visit us at or Call 631-287-5030

To place Service Directory or Classified ads, contact the Classified Dept. at 631-283-1000 M-F 7-6 or Sat & Sun 9-4

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MARKETING/SALES Established custom home builder is seeking a Marketing/Sales representative. Qualified candidate Dan’s Papers is looking for will be responsible for contactACCOUNT EXECUTIVES ing vacant land owners in the to join our Hamptons, Long Island area and Display Advertising Dept. setting appointments with them based in Bridgehampton. to tour a magnificent custom home that we have designed and We are looking for assertive, self-starters, who can handle the built in North Haven Point NY. pressure of deadline schedules, Candidate should have outstandcan be part of a team, and work ing communication skills, previous marketing or sales experiwell independently. ence must be proficient in MS Competitive compensation, and Office and be able to represent our company in a professional full benefits package manner, must be articulate and are offered. possess mature judgment and a high level of discretion and conPlease email your resume to: fidentiality. This is a temporary summer position. Please submit or fax to 631-5377-1292. your resume to Equal Opportunity Employer. ADVERTISING SALES

Real Estate Agents – looking for experienced and enthusiastic for non-corporate office. Call (631)325-3449. Looking for mortgage p rofessionals for a Hampton Bays mortgage branch. High commissions split. Lee ads provided to experienced loan officers. Also real estate agents: Do your own mortgage

Real Estate. Brokers and assistants. Great opportunity for growth. Contact Simo on at 917-822-6652 in confidence.

for yourr clients, become a mortgage p rofessional. F ree training for new hires. Call Alex 1-800-935-3593

Marketing Director Well-established indoor air quality business looking for energetic, fast paced, reliable individual to promote company, bring in new commercial and residential accounts. Scheduling appointments, excellent phone, communication, organizational and follow-up skills, knowledge of computer programs. Very comfortable working environment. Salary and commission based. Fax resume to 631-345-6743.

Situation Wanted Experienced Caretakers/ housekeepers available for your property. Also prewires for alarms, phones/ cable TV. 631-830-5279 FRENCH SPOKEN HERE New York with Panache Exclusively yours - A Votre Entier Service. Personal guide/ interpreter. Your summer recourse to Aide-de-camp resource. Catering to French speakers visiting NYC / environs. 212-787-3586 -Howard radiates confidence as a lamp radiates lightLicensed captain, 100-ton, 20 years experience, chauffeur, cook, child care, golf and music teacher seeks position, 607-287-4373 Personal Assistant Available, responsible, reliable and very pleasant with an eye for detail, to organize tasks, shop or run errands. Smart, resourceful and efficient. Great references, here to help. Call 917-742-0253 or SALE S PR O 30 Year P ro, Manhattan Resident. WILL SELL YOUR PRODUCT/ SERVICE in NYC Metro area. Short/ Long term. 917-509-3262

Antiques/Collectibles FURNITURE REPAIRS ANTIQUE WORKSHOP Chairs Reglued, Caning, Rushing, French Polishing Stripping, Refinishing Antiques Restored Custom Upholstering Seats Recovered Painted Finishes Wood Finishes Repairs of Any kind Veneer Repairs Free pick ups Established 1977 Wicker Repairs Teak Oiling JON 631-874-0515 718-224-4250 MONTAUK THRU MANHATTAN

Articles for Sale LUXURY one-of-a-kind quilts. Handmade Persian Rugs. 33 Norris Lane, just off highway in Bridgehampton, Saturday, June 9th, 10-12, or by appointment. 917-968-9611 Maurice Vilency modern dining set. Light oak. 6 chairs. 70 inch plus 30 inch leaf. Cost $5,000. Asking $2,500 631-653-8028

Articles for Sale Redecorating, Century Furniture Company living room like new, couch 94 x36, loveseat 63 x 36, chair 37 x 36, beige fabric. Custom side table 36” $895. 631-287-2878 Three Air Conditioners. DeLonghi Pinguino 7,500 BTU’s. Roamair 9,000 BTU’s. used one year asking $250 each. GE window unit Model ASM10AA 10,000 BTU’s new in box $250. 516-466-1253 631-288-7957

Articles Wanted Jewelry Wanted Highest prices paid for diamonds, gold, silver, and collectibles, any condition. Call 516-639-1490 Long Standing Collector wishes to expand collection of guns, swords. Cash paid. Free appraisals. Instant decisions. Strictly confidential. Lloyd 631-325-1819

Automotive ALL VEHICLES WANTED $$$ Running or Not $50 to $5,000 DMV #7099438 631-473-3025 FREE PICKUP

New Waterworks Tub PTBT25 For Sale 70”L x 28.5”H x 40”W $4600 New Dornbracht Tara Faucet For Sale $4550 Contact Lien 212-501-8617 or 917-756-83842

P I A N O S New * Used * Rent to Own * Summer Rentals * CD Player Pianos * Expert Moving 631-726-4640


Audi - A6 - 4.2 - 2000 300HP, Mint condition, 72k. Silver with black leather interior. $15,700. 516-523-4678

CA$H FOR CARS RUNNING OR NOT (RV’s Boats transport or buy) Long Distance Towing Hamptons to Manhattan J’S TOWING LIC. 516-383-4403 INS.




Cannillo Motorsports, Ltd. ROLLS ROYCE 1982 Silver Office 631-242-4414 Spirit. 55k original miles. Mint Cellular 917-620-8158 condition in and out. All power. Open Mon-Sat 10am- 7pm A Beauty! $34,999. Sun by Appt Only 631-944-2378 Volvo. 1998. 114,000 miles. Leather. $5,000. Pictures 91 Ferrari 348TS $49,500 81 Ferrari 308GTS 9k $36,500 95 Porsche 911 Conv. $27,950 Beauty 57 Porsche Speedstr Rpl.$19,500 94 Mercedes E320 Cab. $15,950 WARNING! Don't call any 77 MGB Convertble $7,950 cosmetic surgeon until you call 79 Fiat Spider 2000 $5,950 this FREE Consumer Awareness Message. We buy sports cars and are now TOLL-FREE 1-888-779-0133, 24 Hours/ 7 Days. accepting consignments. Checkout our website for Building Supplies additional inventory and information! New white Kohler bathroom fixtures “Memoirs”, 3 toilets, one 6-foot tub. 50% off list! EBAY CAR SELLERS 917-992-3566 917-859-3777 WE BUY VINTAGE, SPORTS, RS. LUXURY CAR Internet Consignment Sales Restoration & service repair for your foreign or domestic car. CALL AVENTURA MOTORS 631-283-8819

Business Opportunities Business for Sale (or purchase lease) East Hampton Well Established. Good location. Very reasonablee. Contact 631-329-0994

FOR SALE Established 18 - Year Old Eastern Long Island

Fiat Spider 1981, Convertible 33,000 original miles, very good condition, $4,500 negotiable. 917-517-3166 M e r c e d e s 560 SL 1987, Black/ Tan Convertible New soft top. Own a real classic beauty! Well maintained. Great weekend car. Must sell 31-689-6793 63 Mercedes 380 SL Convertible. 1985. 39,000 miles. Cream. Garaged. Excellent condition. Automatic. $17,500 OBO. 917-881-5040 RARE OPPORTUNITY to own a piece of Automotive History. Authenticated Production car. 1962 Panther Roadster Original 19,800 miles Not a Kit Car. Aluminum V8, (BMW drivetrain, intended as continuation of 507) 160mph Speedometer and much more. $10,000 in recent updates Current owner 35 yrs Realistically priced, OBO. Trades considered. Serious inquiries only. Call Richard 631-728-8858 / Cell: 516-551-8515

Retail Sporting Goods Business For More Information Please Call 631-288-4826 NO BROKERS PLEASE Restaurant. Montauk. Intimate 80 seat restaurant in resort complex; completely equipped and operational. Great starter restaurant, small investment – big returns. $99,000. Serious Inquiries only. (631) 680-0181

Camps/Recreation Lyrical Children’s SUMMER CAMP 2.5-5 yrs old, 9:30am- 12:15pm 6 exciting weekly sessions. Calverton. See calendar 631-208-4003 Pop-up Camper: Mint 1993 Coleman Destiny/ Royale. Sleeps 6, kitchen. $1,850. Call Tom (631)668-7619, (516)822-7999

Carpentry All custom carpentry work. Trim, cabinets, and more. High end workmanship. 631-723-0491, 631-255-3184 Custom carpentry, complete home improvements. Local professional craftsman. D.S. Incorporated. Lic/ Ins. est. 1985 631-723-0437

To place Service Directory or Classified ads, contact the Classified Dept. at 631-283-1000 M-F 7-6 or Sat & Sun 9-4

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DANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CLASSIFIEDS Catering / Chef Services PRIVATE CHEF WITH MORE THAN 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Looking to cater in home. Full time/ part time. No event is too big or small.

Classes/Instruction F rench Classes by Native Parisian Adults/ Children. All levels. Le Cercle Francais (631) 725-2128 HOME TUTOR. Friendly, experienced, certified reading/ writing teacher available JulyAugust for remediation or enrichment. Engaging lessons tailored to meet the needs of your child. Call Amy 631-786-7383

(516)476-7359 Former ATP players

Child Care

with teaching experience offer Four Sisters Babysitting. High School-College age (Driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license). Watermill summer residents. Experienced with infants and up. Swimmers, First aid, CPR. Available June 22nd-September 3rd. Southampton to Sag Harbor. Please book Saturdays in advance. Call 914-337-8747.

Classes/Instruction EAST END TUTORIAL. PreK-12, Math, Reading, SAT Prep. Caring, Experienced, Certified Educators. 631-591-2505

Classes/Instruction IVY LEAGUE EDUCATED TUTOR Hamptons teacher available for summer tutoring Certified K-6




Tutor: Experienced, triple certified elementary teacher with Harvard degree. K-6 all subjects, specialize in reading. 585-576-6945

Cleaning & Restoration Services

POLISH CLEANING CONNECTION Experienced, dependable, trustworthy, English speaking. Will clean your home. References. 631-662-3944.

NYC independent school math/ study skills/ test prep specialist (all levels).

TUTORING Hamptons (in your home) and New York City One-on-One Remediation/Enrichment All Subjects -All Grades Special Needs

Available in Manhattt an and The Hamptons. (646)734-8546

The Study Shack 212-628-9129




For children and adults of all ages and levels.

Anton (334)669-2431

Private swim lessons. Water safety specialist. 20 years experience. Certified instructor/ coach. Christine 631-384-6679

TUTORING All Subjects, All Ages Masters in Education Certified Teaching


Service Directory


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Former Lindamood-Bell Director M.A. Teacher's College 917-604-7187 Speech Language Pathologist New York State License Bilingual, European Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Degree Speech Language Pathology Hamptons-Manhattan 718-908-5910


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SWIMMING LESSONS Private lessons at your pool. Trained by American Red Cross. 10 years experience. Christine (631)871-1808 TUTOR NYS Triple certified teacher for tutoring, all grades, subjects and levels. Excellent references 516-9721129

Marble, stone, tile, grout, exteriors, decks, outdoor furniture and awnings. House watching, openings, closings, party cleanup. Free Estimate. Universal Building Maintenance 631-298-1446 Cleaning service for home or office. Experienced. References. Call Rossi 631-747-0248

Art Therapy for Adults/Children Yoga/Pilates for Children NYC/The Hamptons

PROFESSIONAL MATH TUTORING Grades K-12 and college level specializing in Math A, Math B and the new SAT Excellent references 631-807-3480

Danâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Papers

Deadlines Classifieds (by phone) Classifieds (by email) Service Directory ( days before publ) Double column ads with artwork Real Estate Clubs ( days before publ) Double column ads (text only)

Private & Group tutoring, Certified English as a Second Language teacher. Elementary tutoring for all subjects. Specializing in study skills and test preparation. WHB area, in home, or out. 973-670-0572 Karen

Carpet, area rugs, drapery, upholstery, basements, garages, windows, construction clean ups, water and sewage damage.

Claudia 631-721-7515


Experienced Housekeeper will clean your house or office, excellent references, English, legal. 631-871-5180, 631-653-9510 Experienced reliable woman will clean home or office weekly or bi-weekly. References. Please call Michelle 631-255-8380

A HANDFUL OF WONDERS, LTD Attention to detail Experienced and reliable Equipment provided! Insured Debbie Peters, 631-926-2362 A VOTRE SERVICE! Quality Housekeeping & P rofessional Organizer Personal Service Experience Reliability (631) 725-2128

CLEANING PERSON EXPERIENCED Top notch! Will clean and take care of your home. G reat references, reaasonable rates, licensed. Valentina 631-255-4575 An experienced woman will clean your house for reasonable price. References. Year round or seasonal. Westhampton, Hampton Bay, and Southampton only. (631)-871-0411 Are You tired of cleaning by Yourself? Cleaning after holidays, birthdays, parties? Call Agnieszka! 631-902-4549. Experience, references, Affordable. CATHERINE MURPHYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH CLEANING SERVICE. Summer, year round. Based in Sag Harbor. Impeccable References! 631-793--1121.

Saldana Cleaning Service. Reliable. Experienced. Honest. House cleaning & watching, party helper, office & window cleaning. Daily, weekly, monthly 631-276-1568. 631-940-0393 Bonded & Insured. SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE Organize Home or Office Reduce Clutter & Stress Save Tim me & Money Increase productivity 631-682-9858 SPIC N SPAN Cleaning Service Weekly - biweekly - monthly Available weekends! Home, office, construction clean-ups. Gift cert. avail. (631)594-1254 THE MAGIC WAND OF THE HAMPTONS. Affordable office and house cleaning services. Please call Gabi att (631)848-2179


Small Business Computer Solutions & Training. Gwendolinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home and Office Cleaning Service Experienced. Reliable. Weekly, monthly rates.

Microsoft Consultants 631--924-7517, 631-926-3744

& Mail Merges.

Halina (631)591-1065 Let me clean your house spic nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; span. HOUSE CLEANING Quality Housekeeper Organized/Detailed Work Expd., Excellent References Summer/ Year Round Cecilia: 631-329-7502/ 631-880-1664 Jurgita & Harold Cleaning Service for all Hamptons (year round, seasonal). Experience, excellent references. 631-553-5589

Miriamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cleaning Service Residential & Commercial

Excellent references

Specializing in Small Business Daatabases, Spreadsheets, 212-860-2056 NYC-Hamptons

Fitness Fitness is my business!

Personal training by Marika (631)849-3565

Handyman A better job with Dr. Bobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Carpentry and handyman service. House watching, all home improvements, minor repairs, powerwashing, mildew removal. Attic and basement clean out. Licensed and insured. 631-767-2123.

Reasonable rates, reliable 20 Years + Exp perience 631-907-4457 631-875-2277

A-1 Odd Jobs- Carpentry, Painting, Tile Work, Powerwashing and House Watching. No Job Too Small! 631-728-8955

To place Service Directory or Classified ads, contact the Classified Dept. at 631-283-1000 M-F 7-6 or Sat & Sun 9-4

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DAN’S CLASSIFIEDS Handyman All handyman work done right. Call Frank for a free friendly estimate. 631-276-4982

ALL SUFFOLK REPAIRS “The British Perfectionist” Carpentry, Painting, Pictures, Mirrors Hung, Deck Repairs. P ressure Washing Most Int/Ext. Jobs. 631-525-2740 Call Cheap Richard for the best prices on any handyman job. All interior / exterior improvement and d maintenance, power washing, stonework. Every House Needs A Handyman! 631-729-3953 - Office 631-714-0595 - Cell

Landscape/Garden GRAMADO LANDSCAPING Gardening, Planting Hedge trimming Maintenance Cleanups Lawn mowing House wattching and more... 631 - 276 -1335 LAWN SPRINKLERS AND SOD F ree Estimates Licensed & Insured 25+ Years Experience C redit cards (800)5 560-3191

Quality, craftsmanship, detail and 38 years experience. Great rates. Both forks. Call Peter 516-4456-4428


Comprehensive Online Weight Management Center Personal Nutrition counseling from your computer Meg Moran, RD, CDE, CDN Registered Dietician Certified Diabetes Educator WWW.MEGRD.COM

Home Improvements BG HOME IMPROVEMENT Painting, Spackling. Sheetrock. Kitchen and Bathroom Renovations, Carpentry. Powerwashing. Decks. Insured. Ben 516-380-9984

Landscape/Garden EAST END PONDS Full Service Pond Maintenance. Weekly, bi-weekly. Additional services. Call for appointment 631-504-9806

GOODFRIEND SELF STORGAGE Climate controlled Nice “move in” truck 631-324-5550

I Haul Moving Inc. One Piece to Entire


Contents!! NYC to Montauk

Site Development, Tractor Work, Planting, Transplanting, Seed & Sod Lawns, Stone Walls, Brick Patios, Walkways, Driveways. Certified Horticulturalists On Staff. 26 Years of Design, Construction and Maintenance (631) 725-1249

Experienced Handy Man, Carpentry, painting, floors, tile, windows/ door replacements, decks, Rose care maintenance.for all basement alterations. Peter seasons 631- 276-9405 631-384-3815, 631-653-9510 Handyman for Weekends handles all your weekend projects. Friday-Sunday Call Mete Cell 631-664-5560


Marine 23 foot 1989 Proline Center Console. Stainless Steel T-top. 97 Yamaha 225 HP. Depth finder, SS radio. Loran, GPS, FM Radio. Runs great. $8,900. 631-728-0619.

Licensed /Insured

German Shepherd puppies. Show Quality, working K9s from champion imported bloodlines. Sire and Dam on premises. 631-804-1311.

Professional Services

Looking for summer violin / viola instruction? Experienced high school orchestra teacher comes to yoour home. 516-458-0218

YOUR VILLAGE BUTLER The Exclusive Personal Assistant Service Interviewing New Clients L a r ry Carnevale 516-456-5283


Property Management

A&M Painting: 21 years of experience. Owner Tony Donofrio on every job. Using Benjamin Moore Paint. 631-874-4761.

Searay Sundancer 1999 31-foot, T-350 Merc inboards, AC/ heat, loaded, mint. Low hours. $74,900. 631-725-1151

Village Painter: powerwashing, staining, woodlifing, interior-exterior painting, 25 years in business, Free Estimates. 631-727-8644

Always Available Driver & Truck for your light hauling needs House Cleanouts Call 631-723-3456 631--946-2565

BENGAL CATS!!! KITTENS available. Exotic leopard-like spots. Sweet, intelligent, interactive personalities. Recognized domestic breed. 631-979-1998.


Cell 631-767-4309

Quality Painting Since 1983. Interior. exterior. Free estimates. References. No job too small! 631-329-0055, 631-827-3902.



Reliable Bookkeeping QuickBooks Set up or Any Current System, All Phases, Bank Recs, A/P, A/R, Invo oices, P rofessional and Courteous 631-987-4902


Sailboat 16’ Designers Choice, fiberglass hull and sails in good condition. Westhampton Beach. $900. 212-468-8020 631-288-2035

Massage Therapy

“The Secret that Makes Your Party Unforgettable!” Amazing magic, mind reading, fire eating, comedy, participation & more! Walk-Around to spectacular illusion shows. LOVED by all ages, GUARANTEED! Discount packages with “Psychic Entertainment by Iris”. Call Magic Bob NOW 631-757-4206

Frank Owner/Operr ator

Chaparral. 1996. 24 foot Cuddy. Mercury 300 HP. I/O. Original owner, like new, yard maintained. Less than 200 hours. $18,500. 631-669-4287. Mature craftsman seeks patient, and demanding clientele. SeaRay 210, 2002, low hours, Painting/ Papering/ Repairs. 240 HP, mint condition, asking Please call $18,000. 917-686-0644 David at 631-377-1195.

Melinda Kulick LMT. Swedish, Deep Tissue, AMMA, Aromatherapy, Reflexology. Enjoy a Spa Massage At Your Home! 516-383-4066

Party Services

Party Services FLYING HIGH BALLOONS Balloons, homemade chocolates, favors, candy wrappers. For all occasions. Terri (516)647-7039 Denise (631)831-5226

Pony Rides & More 1-800-564-5578

VACATION HOME MANAGEMENT Personalized vacation home and boat p rovisioning customized to your needs and taste. 25 years of resort management, event planning, personal and home coordination in the United States and Caribbean qualify me to help make your vacation stress free. Impeccable references, hourly rates. 484-431-7417 or email om

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

Tag/Yard/Estate Sales Bridgehampton Back Yard & Basement Sale. Discontinued Inventory Clearance. Country Gear Ltd. 2408 Main Street Bridgehampton

Tile/Stone/Masonry J.D Bianchi Tile and Stone, Kitchen & Bathroom renovations. Small jobs okay. 631-276-1010

Transportation All American Car Service

* Airports * * All Occasions *

LARGE TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Period ships bunk bed, twin bed, 2 book cases, 2 bureaus, vintage tables and chairs, landscaping equipment, old plow, formal china, old prints and photographs, mint baby co-sleeper 2 TV's, vintage evening wear Saturday, June 9th, 9:00 - 1:00 (NO EARLY BIRDS) 558 Ocean Rooad, Bridgehampton Moving - Everything must go. Indoor / Outdoor furniture. Antique desk, Teak dressers. Saturday June 9th, 8am - 12pm, 7 Merchants Path, Sag Harbor (off 114). Quogue: Timeless Treasures priced extra good. Saturday 6/9 & Sunday 6/10, 9 am - 4 pm 70 Whippoorwill Lane (Woodland Estates), Designer relocating, unbelievable amounts of decorator furnishings and accessories, including pine armoire, carved dining room table, upholstered furniture, chaise lounge and more. Many new children’s costumes, clothing, eclectic bric-a-brac galore, office equipment, books, records, kitchenware, king headboards, lamps, art, on and on. If you need it, we probably have it. Rt. 27 to exit 64 South (Rt. 104) right on Whippoorwill.

Tile/Stone/Masonry Gunes Stones LLC.


Serving Montauk to Manhattan for 15 years


FootPrints Only Please THE ART OF YOGA AND FITNESS TRAVEL Yoga & Fitness Destinations MachuPicchu/Patagonia, Chile

Trees/Shrubs Tree Service. Deal directly with climber. Pruning, feeding, removal, stump grinding, lot clearing. Planting, transplanting. 60” and 90” Tree spade. Peter G realish. 631-283-9326. WHOLESALE TREES All Species and Sizes Available. Pest and Disease Control Programs. TICK CONTROL Complete Fertilization and Property y Maintenance Programs. CALL TOM MAC (631) 725-1249 Our 26th Year. WHOLESALE TREES Will Beat Any Price! Low Cost Stone Work TREES FROM 3’-30’ CALL US FIRST 631-830-1276 6

Window Treatments

All Types of Stone Work:

Real Estate Services Sweet Water P roperties New to area. Buyers and Sellers... let us help you! 4% Commission. 1363 Bricck Kiln Road, Sag Harbor 631-899-3713

* Cultured Stone * Blue Stone * Lime Stone * Interior and Exterior Fireplaces * Driveways * Retaining Walls * Stoops * Belgian Block * Patios and Walkways License and Insured. Free Estimates. 631-422-1698

WONDROUS WINDOW DESIGNS Custom Treatments for the Home Eliminating middlemen, work directly with Designer Fabricator! 631-744-3533

To place Service Directory or Classified ads, contact the Classified Dept. at 631-283-1000 M-F 7-6 or Sat & Sun 9-4

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Apartments Calverton/ Riverhead Fairfield Pines & Pines East *FREE RENT* LUXURY 1 & 2 Bedroom Some Duplex Heat & Hot Water Included. Private Entry, Carpeting. Some Central Air/ Terrace Close to Shops, Hospital/ East End Near Outlets /Beach /Wineries. LIE Exit 72/73 631-369-3884

Out Of Town

Summer Rentals A Hamptons Escape 631-242-0193 HOMES & COTTAGES By Owner


Tired of the traffic? Tr y Tuscany! Magnificently restored 11th Century abbey, South of Siena. Featured in

Westhampton to East Hampton, 8 bedroom, 7 bath to 1 bdrm, 1 bath, Central air, heated pool, Hot tub, Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, modee rn kitchens & baths, Wide screen TV, pool table, etc. F rom $1,000 to $10,000 www. HamptonsEscape.ccom

Architectural Digest. SOUTHAMPTON Super secluded, 1400 sq ft on 5 acres. 2 bed, 1 bath.

8 bedrooms, sleeps 16,

$1000/week, $3000/month,

40 hillside acres

$2000/yeear round. 631-587-3982

Commercial AMAGANSETT. GREAT LOCATION. 1,400 sq ft for retail store. AVAILABLE NOW. For information call Frankie 718-897-7839, 646-236-7979 Sag Harbor: Highly visible store, great parking, newly restored, perfect for antiques, 4000 sq. ft. 631-725-7189 SOUTHAMPTON New construction 10,000 sq. ft. professional office space Reserve space by July 31st 2007 3 months free rent $35.00 sq.ft. triple net lease 6311-433-1241

Condos/Co-Ops Hampton Bays. Waterview Condo for rent/sale in beautifully renovated waterfront property with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, clubhouse, private beach. Asking FSBO $399,000. Low taxes. For more info please call 646-773-7093. SOUTHAMPTON: 2 bedroom, 2.5 baths, pools, tennis, July LD $ 24,000 516-356-1471

Out Of Town Nova Scotia 5 Bedroom home. Water view. 2 hours from Halifax/ 700 miles from New York. $500/ week, $5,000 season. 516-680-5931. Puerto Rico. 3 bedroom, 2 bath Townhouse. Backyard with OceanView. Call 201-978-6675 or visit us at

with large pooll.

Available July 1st through

WESTHAMPTON Charming wooded 1 acre, 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, all weather tennis court, with basketballl, heated pool, jacuzzi, a rcade room garage, central air, cable. Close to town & beaches Aug. $20,,000 By owner 917-533-7244

August 15th. $18,000 per week.

Phone (212)486-1531 or email

Hampton Sales and Rentals East End’s largest selection Cottages to Castles 1-800-870-0474 Hampton Bays Waterfront studio beach pool $3,700

bsargentt Hampton Bays Large water view 1 bedroom $6,000

Rental Wanted Family of 4 looking to rent 4 bedroom house in Westhampton area for all or part of August. 20x40 (or larger) heated pool a must. Tennis and or basketball court a plus. Please contact or 212-687-1285. Hampton Bays: Looking for waterfront rental in September. 3 bedrooms, heated pool preferred. 917-742-1396

Rooms East Quogue Single room in house, walking distance from town, 5 minutes from water. $650 month, 516-987-6637 Sag Harbor: Extraordinary sunset views over Noyac Bay. Luxurious amenities. Pool, cable, wireless, CAC. 5 nights $900, weekends $600 or monthly. (516)459-5595 Southampton Village: 2 suites available in historic home. Walk to Jitney, train, restaurants, cable, microwave, refrigerator. Available nightly/ weekly/ monthly. Call for rates 631-283-0730. Southampton, Shinnecock Hills: Private gorgeous property with pool room. $850 monthly. 1 bed 1 bath pool house July $2,500 Aug- LD $3500 non smoker, kid friendly. 917-656-6657

Hampton Bays 2 bedroom cottage plus loft pool beach $8.800 Hampton Bays 3 bedroom ranch walk to all $12,000 Hampton Bays 6 bedrooms 3 baths pool hot tub $28,000 East Quogue 5 bedroom 3 baths pool walk to village $20,000 Southampton New 6 bedrooms 5 baths CAC, pool $30,000 Westhampton New 4 bedroom 3 baths pool $20,000

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BRIDGEHAMPTON SOH CHARM QUINTESSENTIAL HAMPTON’S COTTAGE. Napeague BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 3 bed, 2 bath house, 3 BEDROOMS /2 BATHS, 2 unbelievable bay and FIREPLACES, FAB KITCHEN, ocean views, from huge DREAMY SCREENED-IN rooftop party deck, -PORCH, CAC, HEATED outdoor shower, hot tub, POOL, AMAZING OUTDOOR walk to Cyril’s, SHOWER. PRIVATE WITH July 1st - LD $25,000 LUSH GARDENS, WALK TO 917-364-5969 VILLAGE. JULY $18,000 AUG-LD $20,000, JULY-LD Amagansett August Rental $36,000, 2 WEEKS $12,000, White on white, perfect beach 1 WEEK $8000. 917 282 6626 house,. 3 bed, 3 bath, CAC, out- 631-537-5948. door shower, waterview, walk to Bridgehampton South Beach ocean, Aug. - LD $15,000 House. 3 minute walk to beach/ ocean. Dock, A/C, pool & ten917-364-5969 nis. Privacy. Amazing location. Amagansett 212-794-1000 Bell Estate Retreat Secluded, impeccable 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, heated pool, garden shower. Available July. Call for details. Call to view. 631-332-9409 Amagansett Dunes

AMAGANSETT DUNES 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, CAC, heated pool, private access to ocean beach. Available June & July $45,000, July $30,000. 631-655-8319 Amagansett WALK TO OCEAN Bright 3 bedroom, 2 bath Large decks MD-LD $17k OR July / August available! 631-267-3326

3 BR, 2 bath Contemporary. CAC, fpl, w/d, garage, outdoor shower. Fully equipped, including cable and internet. 16 x 36 heated gunite pool with extensive decking.

Amagansett. South of Highway. 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage. 20 x 40 pool. Walk to ocean beach, village, Jitney, long season. $24,500. 631-495-5118.

Aug. 1 - LD 201-519-1177

Bridgehampton South Of Highway EXCEPTIONAL POND FRONT HOME

3 Bedrooms + Guest Suite 60 foot Pool

Quintessential beach house Sweeping ocean views from great room and wrap a round decks. Newly renovated with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Steps to beach. August. By Owner View at hreo IN#73752 201-445-1711 ext. 136 631-267-8270

Amagansett. South of highway, off Atlantic. New 4 bedroom, 2 bath, walk all. Available now and summer. 631-659-3066

Small pets O.K. Perfect for 2 couples or small family

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2 hot tubs, bicycles, beach chairs, kayak, boogie & surf boards.

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Aquebogue North Fork Waterfront Home 1 & 2 Bedroom $9500.00 season, or monthly available (631)-722-4096

Beautiful Gardens

BRIDGEHAMPTON/ SAG HARBOR Ultra private 4 bedroom, 2 bath, granite, stainless steel kitchen, CAC,, heated pool, hot tub, 6-1/2 acres. MD-LD $35,000 O r monthly, weekly, parties. 516-398-7622 Blake Bridgehampton/Sagaponack Incredible location! Walk to Loaves and Fishes Plans suddenly changed! MUST RENT for first time eveer! Available ASAP through LD or extended season. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CAC. Light, bright, white, dou uble height living room, dining room, greenhouse. Pool with great deck for entertaining. Well land dscaped, private. An easy keeper in and out. $40,000 Or Best Offer. 212-396-1787, 917-848-5916

Use of boat for rowing and fishing No pets

JULY 1- LD $65,000 Call owner 212-595-3400

Bridgehampton Village Gem, bright 6 BR 1920’s farmhouse. Designer decorated, lovely private yard, heated gunite pool, arbor and pool house, steps to town. June/ July $20,000, August- LD $25,000. 631-537-8945, 973-769-3263 973-983-2555 BRIDGEHAMPTON. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, heated pool, CAC. Central, 1 acre. July $21,000 August $23,000 Now-LD. 917-690-8346 Bridgehampton. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Features Private Yard, Deck and Outdoor Shower. Monthly rental $7,400. 917-952-1646. Bridgehampton. Bright , newly built and furnished, 2 Room apt., kitchenette, bath, pool access. July- LD $8,000. June $800/ weekly. Also 2 Studio apts. Share bath. July- LD $4,000 each. 631-335-6224

Bridgehampton. Panoramic view of Sagaponack. Walk to ocean! Pool, outdoor, Baiting Hollow: Waterfront shower,AC, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Condo, 2 BR’s, 2 baths, magnifi- July $14,000 Cell 631-521-4265 cent sun rises and sunsets. R.E. Prudential Elliman Folio # 631-495-7773 82853

BRIDGEHAMPTON: Beautiful 1 bedroom Cottage, French doors, beamed ceilings, garden, pool privileges possible, Maid service included. Close to town, Jitney, beach.$13,000 July -LD 516-658-5728 Bridgehampton: Contemporary, Immaculate 4 BR, 3 bath, pool, deck, CAC, basketball, tennis, walk to town, July- Aug. 917-838-1738

East Hampton Village South Exceptional 1910 Classic State-of-the-art Ren novation 4 BR, 3 Marble baths, main house. 1 BR, 1 bath Cottage. Heated pool, a/c, generator, flat paanel HD TV’s, parking passes HREO rental # 79196 $75,000 July- LD $40,000 Aug. 631-901-2702

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EAST HAMPTON 2 beautiful, secluded acres, surrounded by nature preserves.

East Hampton Formal new gated mini estate set on 2 private acres. 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, pool, teennis, first floor master and separate quarters for live-in.

great light, fully equipped,

July $49,000 631-804-1414

big yard, Private Beach/

Kings Point Road:

Marina community.

August 17th-September 4th. Enchanted, private 3 bedrooms plus den with sleeper, 2 bathss, outdoor shower, heated pool, CAC, piano. Elegantly furnished. Walk bay beach. Pet okay.

5 minutes from both East Hampton Village & Sag Harbor


GORGEOUS 5,000 sq. ft. home.


Season $15,000.


Monthly/Weekly considered

Spacious cedar A-frame,


East Hampton

Open floor plan w/gourmet kitchen 3 separr ate indoor living areas! Upscale furnishings thru-out. 5 Bdrms / 5 Baths. (ensuite)

large deck, private trree-scaped lot, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, loft/den, finished basement, fireplace, outdoor shower, A/C, cable TV,

$10,5000 (utilities included). PHOTOS: urasart/easthampton

NW WOODS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Central air.

917-370-6050, 631-32 24-5539

Each bedroom haas own sitting area! Master Bdrms on each floor. Lovely heated pool/ large deck. 917-848-7957

internet connection.

August - Labor Day y 631-324-2519, 917-232-4163

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East Hampton Contemporary Retreat

East Hampton North West Contemporary. 4 bedrooms, 3Bath Private. Surrounded by 2.5 Acre reserve. Central Air, Pool, multi-level decking, outdoor shower. 1 block to bay beach access, 5 minute ride to ocean beaches. August - LD $19,000. July $15,000. Also available monthly or year round. (212)787-1762

July 1-Labor Day

July 1 -Labor Day $55,000 July $25,000 August $32,000 September $12,000

Family friendly, sunny, bright saltbox. Tastefully furnished 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Finished Basement with play room, laundry, maids room and full bath. Mature landscaping with heated pool on 3/4 acre. Walk to bay beaches. Central Air, wireless internet access.

$12,500 plus utilities. Telephone 631-907-1471..

Brand new kitchen East Hampton Charming house on private road. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Pool, large deck, outside shower. AC. Walk to town. Available June 1- LD. $18,000 or monthly, $6,500. Alicia, 917-449-8212.

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East Hampton At Lion Head Beach Family Friendly 3 bedroom, 2 bath, central air, heated pool, hot tub, outdoor shower, very private charming gardens, multi decks. Private beach with amazing sunsets. Aug. $13.500 516-482-8894 516-902-4552 Must See!

Cheerful 2 bedroom, new mahogany decck,


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August $19,000 Owner 917-328--4482 or

East Hampton Clearwater Beach 3 bed, 2 bath. Secluded heated Pool with Baby-Loc fence. Wireless Internet access. July $11,000. August $13,000 July-LD $20,000. 631-907-8840

East Hampton near village. Large 2 bedroom, 1 bath.. Summer $18,000. Year Round $25,500 917-613-8521

EAST HAMPTON North West Woods 3 bedroom, 2 bath Country Home on 2.5 private acres. Central air, heated, gated, child safe pool, all amenities. Available Week of July 4 $3,900 Weekly in August $3,900 Weekdays call 212-953-1388 Weekends 631-329-3894 East Hampton Northwest. Walk to Gardiner Bay One story ranch within walking distance to Gardiner Bay. 5 Bedroom, 3 Baths, renovated kitchen, Heated pool and CAC. August $20,000. Call 917-859-3310 East Hampton NW saltbox, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CAC, 25x60 heated pool, outdoor shower, hot-tub, wrap-around deck. July, August, or weekly. Photos, information, email 631-563-9429.


and 5/1/2007

Linden, L to Back, J & M, 5 Miller's Terr, 1,150,000

Sharpe II, G & S to Winter Park Properties, 38 Scrimshaw Ln, 1,100,000

Greenbaum, L to Suna, V, 145 Buckskill Rd, 1,695,000

Steingart, R & B to Isaacs, A & A, 21 Old Montauk Hwy, 2,612,500

14 Hither Lane LP to 30 Hither Lane LLC, 30 Hither La, 7,400,000

Kingsland & Gesinus-Vi to Nadel, M,18 Sandpiper La, 1,900,000

BRIDGEHAMPTON 29 West Pond Develop to M & J Brown, 29 West Pond Dr, 6,825,000

MONTAUK Walsh,J & Morton to Tucker, T & H, 141 S Fairview Ave, 1,320,000 36-38 Monroe LLC to Grubert & Fenrich, 36 & 38 Monroe Dr, 1,850,000


D. Suskind to 10 Morgan Hill Way,10 Morgan Hill Way, 4,500,000

Zeitoun, A to Waldman, E & K , 118 Merchants Path, 1,875,000

Ehrenreich, S& S to Pondmeadow Lane LLC 4 Pondmeadow Ln, 1,900,000

Villareale, A to Buff, G & M, 14 Burkeshire Dr, 1,995,000

190 SandpiperHldings to Kopelman, B &K, 190 Sandpiper Ln, 3,450,000

Wackerman, W & R to Cook, P 38 Fresh Pond Rd, 1,375,000

D'Angelo, P & M to Cupid SKB Props,75 Sams Creek Rd, 6,300,000

Malloy Enterprises to SGI Marinas LLC, 8 West Water St, 3,859,000

EAST HAMPTON Bune, A to Perry,Munson etal, 22 Driftwood La, 3,150,000

QUOGUE 0 Brown IV, A & V to Koehler III, K & I, 3 Willow Ln, 2,900,000

Manzi Jr, J Trusti to McLoughlin, J & J ,98 Bull Path, 1,075,000

Moore, J & B to Lewis, W & J, 85 Old Depot Rd 1,100,000

Newton, D to Riley, G & Randell, 645 Stephen Hands Path, 2,150,000

Worthington, R & L to Worthington IV, R ,28 Shinnecock Rd, 2,500,000


SOUTHAMPTON Farrell Jr, J & K to Avigdor, R, 4 Hannahs Ct, 1,881,500 Hayward, J & C to Burnside, P & J, 85 Island Creek Rd, 1,400,000 Azul Company LLC to Amato, A & Reed,C,135 Old Town Rd, 1,675,000 Kramer, T &I by Dev to Yator LLC,137 Murry Ln & lot, 32,750,500

WATER MILL 7 Calf Creek LLC to Weil, AL & K, 7 Calf Creek Ct, 7,000,000

WESTHAMPTON Love, R & M to Ferranti, J & R, 50 A Tanners Neck Ln, 1,950,000 Dunn, L to Mulrooney, T & L, p/o 52 Tanners Neck Lane, 1,350,000

WESTHAMPTON BEACH Bagley, M & Mto Manley, J & V, 548 Dune Rd, 2,044,000 Boylan, J&D&A to Gladstone, L, 77 Griffing Ave, 1,520,000 Kothary, M & V to T&T Capital One,C,5 Tuttle Pl, 1,100,000 Kramer, T &I by Dev to Yator LLC,137 Murry Ln & lot, 32,750,500

Sales Of Not Quite A Million During This Period AQUEBOGUE

Buckley, C to 452 Main Road LLC, 452 Main Rd, 260,000 County of Suffolk to Uzcategui-Mazzaferro, R, 446 Main Rd, 136,000


Visalli, M & C to Byrne, D & A, 67 Warner Ct, 210,000

CUTCHOGUE Goeller, T & S to Fabry, S, 2345 Pequash Ave, 400,000 Friemann,S &Hayes, Bs to Friemann, R, 2935 Pine Tree Rd, 900,000 Breen, W & E to Breen, J & K , 1615 Mason Dr, 500,000


Verderosa Jr, T & J to Hemann, T, 355 Three Mile Harbor Hog 685,000 Senft, B to Buffett, J 1991Trust, 5 Sunburst La 972,500 Accabonac Tennis Club to Town of East Hampton, 181 Accabonac Rd 882,000


Kaehr, P & C to Liatos,J & Ching, C, Quogue Riverhead Rd, 900,000

JAMESPORT BCB Realty to Gould, N & K, 527 Manor Ln, 765,000

HAMPTON BAYS Whalen, J to Patino, A, 8 Bay Ave North, 604,200

Conklin Jr, & Trust to McGlone, T, 171 Manor Ln, 265,000 Gabrielsen, P to Powers, E & H, 182 Herricks Ln, 400,000 Knopp, C & S to Tuthill, T & D, 60 N Railroad Ave 325,000

MONTAUK Terrill, R & D to Lanzilotta, R & R, 23 Fort Pond Rd, 690,000 Miller, S to Belesis, M, Canoe Place Rd, #411 710,000 Gazza, J & I to Gazza, J, 37 Gardners 250,000


Koutsouras, M & E to Pando, Tt, 200 Sunset Dr. 480,000 Edgett, S & M to Cahill, T & M, 570 Maple Ave 999,990 C & M Valente to L & McLaughlin Merrit, 2060 Gabriella Ct. 520,000 Urbanski III, J & E to Lancia, R & M, 505 Oak St 435,000

REMSENBURG Bean, J & E to Masi & Sidel-Masi,108 South Country Rd, 981,000

RIVERHEAD Sniffin, R&M Trusts to Van Helmond, W 627 Herricks Ln, 527,500 NF Development & Talabisco, B, 33 Tyler Dr, 687,200 Janis, A & K to Buckley & Commander 8 Green Ash St, 560,000 D. Eaton to Bockino, R & P, 88 Saddle Lakes Dr Roanoke Ave &lots28&29, 455,400


Diaz, Pto Burns,P & McAteer, 224 Riverside Ave, 170,000

SAGHARBOR Muhlbauer, F to WLK Development Group, 10 Montauk Avenue, 795,000

SHELTER ISLAND Wolfgang, S & R to Ranieri, L,23 Serpentine Dr, 65,000 Truitt, Bto DiOrio, H & M,33 Terry Dr, 560,000 Harrigan, M to Malasek, J & J, 6 Cozy Ln, 775,000

SOUTHAMPTON 0 Ashline, J to Brocard Development,Scrub Property, 40,000 Lesta Sr, S by Exr to Martin, J & E, 169 Sebonac Rd, 630,000 Serdock, A & P to Stillwell, W & J, 35 Sugar Loaf Rd, 987,000 J & C, VanHouten to DeLalio III, 16 Roses Grove Rd, 680,000 J, Bartley to DeVito & Boland-Devito, 94 Warfield Way, 625,000

SOUTHOLD Lewis, G by Exr to Vinci Real EstateHld, 475 Arshamomaque Av, 335,000 Grattan Jr &Grattan to Baschnonga, P & M, 480 Sunnyside Rd, 45,000 Lassen Shaw, W to Riddell, D & A, 900 Cedar Dr., 375,000

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Summer Rentals East Hampton Springs perfect Summer retreat, Bright 3 bedroom , 2 bath with one Jacuzzi tub. 2 living rooms, skylights, fireplace, piano, nicely furnished. Very private, fabulous landscaping, pool, outdoor hotub and shower. brick patio, weber gas grill, hammock, all amenities, see it you will rent. 8/1-LD $11,000. no smokers. 646-522-4992 East Hampton Springs. 3 bedroom 3 bath Available monthly or weekly Negotiable. or Mike 516-239-5405

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Summer Rentals

East Hampton, Northwest White contemporary on wooded acre Heated pool, Central air 4 bedrooms, 2 baths Walk to water

East Hampton: 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Cheery contemporary with new deck and pool, light, open layout, master Jacuzzi, central air, fireplace. Private and peaceful between East Hampton and Sag Harbor. $36,000 Summer/ $43,000 Year Round. Call owner 646-246-7227

July 1--LD $27,000 JULY $12,000 AUGUST-LD $15,000 703-994-1009 East Hampton, South of Highway near Beach Lane. Lovely cottage for rent. 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Walk to ocean. Summer $39K. 212-877-1860 or

EAST HAMPTON Walk to town 5 bedroom, 3 bath, Central Air, Pool, fireplace MD-LD $45,000 July $20,000; August $25,000 Negotiable Shorter Terms available

East Hampton, Springs: 4 bedroom 3Full bath Contemporary with cathedral ceilings, skylights, central air, 4 sliders to large deck, 18x36 heated pool, one quiet secluded acre. Cable & wireless. JULY-LD $29K. 212-409-9586 917-971-0292 631-329-9248


EAST HAMPTON. Village townhome.

3/4 bedrooms, 2 baths. East Hampton Walks to vilWalk to train and lage. Renovated 4 Bedrooms, downtown n, bike to beaches. 2.5 Baths, large kitchen with Pool, tennis courts, CAC, all new appliances living room wireless internet. and den with French doors leading to a blue stone patio, heated MD-LD $28,500 gunite pool, outdoor shower (908)222-9510 and CAC. July through Labor Day $35,000. August $25,000 East Hampton. Hampton July $15,000. Call 917-859-3310 Hideaway. Aug. - LD. 2 story contemporary. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, jacuzzi, pool, large deck, EAST HAMPTON fireplace, AC. $12,000 WATERFRONT 250’ beach. Sunsets, ID#10265. 631-329-9136, heated pool, 5 BR, 6 baths. 631-921-9424. Family heaven, upscale. August $39,000. East Hampton. Log Home. (631)324-03766 4 Plus Bedrooms, 3 baths. Includes separate apartment. East Hampton Waterfront Heated pool, near Village. Magnificent newly renovated August $12,000, or weekly. 3 Bedtoom, 3.5 Baths waterfront 516-445-8683. Villa with view from every room, open kitchen dining area, CAC, outdoor shower and a East Hampton/ pathway to your own private Wainscott South sandy beach. July through Labor Day $45,000, August $35,000. July $15,000. Call Cottage on private gatedd lot 917-859-3310 East Hampton, Barnes Landing, perfect location. ocean, bay, town. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Chic, Asian flare home, and published garden. 2 master bedrooms, steam room, skylit tub. Great room with fireplace, cathedral ceiling, 2nd living room, cable, DVD, VCR, stereo. Skylights throughout. Cooks kitchen Sub-Zero, 2 sinks, cac, Very private, large decks. Fishpond, hammock, romantic vine enclosed outdoor shower. Complete Idyllic hideaway. Simply the finest in it’s price range. A Must See! August 1 -LD, Asking $12,000. 631-267-3156 / 646-812-40021. East Hampton, North-West, Cottage by the Bay. 2 bedroom, A/C, very private, all open, newly decorated. July $7,000. Aug. $8,000. 631-324-4979

Walk to Wainscott beach

East Hampton: GRAND PIANO with player mechanism. Stunning 2,400 square foot designer decorated modern 1 level home with gorgeous heated pool. waterfalls. Huge deck, outdoor shower, gas grill on 1 private landscaped acre. 3 bedroom suites. double height great room. HGTVs. European dining. Gourmet kitchen. Extras! 5 days; Memorial or June week: $4,500. August $25,000. 516-676-7779. 516-448-2321. East Hampton: Guest house. 2 separate bedrooms with 2 full baths, private entrance, swimming pool, beach pass and outside jacuzzi. July- August $12,000. (631)830-1593 East Hampton: Decorators own, private, well maintained post modern with beautiful landscaping. 3 MBR suites with private bathrooms. Heated pool plus pool house, with full bath, CAC and refrigerator, all 300 feet from the Bay. Aug- LD $16,000. Call 212-300-3699 or e-mail: East Hampton: Settler’s Landing, contemporary, 3 bed, 2 bath, great room, cac, decking, walk to water. MD-LD $16,500; July -LD $14,500; June availability; July $6500; Aug-LD $8500. 516-455-4200 EAST HAMPTON: Super family house, Tennis, Pool, Spa, Great Yard, 4 bed, CAC, Family, Sun, Dining, Piano, Rec/ Gym rooms, close to village $8000/ Week. 631-875-6941 EAST QUOGUE WATERFRONT INN. Beach, dock, private furnished rooms. F rom $2,000 totall. MD - September 15th. 631-728-9835

2 bedrooms 1 bath Sunny deck, screened in porch Kitchen with all amenities June 15th - 30th $6,000 July $11,000 August $12,000 By owner 631-537-3460

East Hampton/ Springs: Enjoy a Hamptons summer without the long commitment. Clean comfortable contemporary, conveniently located 3 miles from downtown. Bay across the road; bike to beach. All amenities. June 30- July 22 $6,000. 212-777-7229 or 917-287-5410

EAST QUOGUE SUMMER RENTAL Week or Month Secluded Post Modern 5 BR 3.5 Bath Heated L Shaped Pool Hot Tub, Outside Shower PoolTable, 3 Fireplaces Baby Grand Piano June 29th-July 9th 2 Weekends/10 days $7,000 1 Weekend/7 days $5500 1 Month $18,000 631-431-5143 day. 631-653-6584 night.

Summer Rentals East Quogue. Studio cottage. Air conditioned, heat, kitchenette, parking. No smoking/pets. LONG season $5000. 631-728-2973

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HAMPTON BAYS: 2/3 bedroom, deck & patio, newly renovated Kit, DR, LR with large yard. W/D, Cable/Internet, Bonus room accesses back yard. Walk to water/train /village. fully furnished option. 516-697-6862 Flexible terms $6200 month.

July $20,000. August $25,000. Folio# 17547. Call Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552.

Sag Harbor - Fabulous 5 bedroom/3.5 bath home, pool, walk to beach. Memorial Day to LaG reenport. Romantic, Historic, bor Day $65,000. July to Labor State of the Art Duplex Day $60,000. Folio# 5405. Call Apartment, 1 Bedroom (sleeps 4). Internet Access, Private Hampton Country Real Estate Lally Mockler at 516-971-6002. Garden. Walk to Village and 19 Corwith Avenue, Sagaponack South - Located on Marinas. Near Vineyards, Farms, Bridgehampton just under 2 private acres, this Beaches. Rates: Day, Week, 631-537-2000 Season. 631-477-1021 Traditional Hamptons home offers 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, Heated Sirens' Song Carriage House. Eaa st Hampton- Miles of Hiking pool, gym & home theatre. Close to Ocean! July-Labor Day Trails & 5 minutes to Sag HarG reenport: Charming 2 bed- bor Village. 5 bedrooms/5 baths $175,000. July $75,000. room, 1 bathroom cottage for set on 3.75 private acres, Heated August-Labor Day $110,000. Folio# 5786. Call Amy Unangst summer rental. Walk to beach, pool, Gourmet kitchen, Top of at 631-334-0552. village & NYC transportation. the line amenities. July-Labor June: $3000, July: $6000; Day $55,000. August $40,000. Southampton Hideaway August: $7000. 917.405.3803 Folio# 17344. Call Amy Unangst Ranch style 3 bedroom, 2 bath at 631-334-0552. with cathedral ceilings, kitchen Hampton Bays East Hampton - If you are hav- opens to family room, and Furnished, Pools ing the in-laws visiting this Sum- heated 50' pool with new cedar patio on one acre property. MD-LD mer, this is the house for you. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Great room Avail July & Aug $28,000. Fow/ fireplace. Eat-in kitchen, Cen- lio# 4806. Call Jean Isobe at Ext. 3 bedroom house $15,500 332 or 203-685-5759. tral air, All areas are bright & 3 bedroom house $12,500 light. Walk to the Village, bike Water Mill -4 bedroom, 4 bath, 1 bedroom cottage $6,000 to Ocean beach! Pet friendly with pool overlooking the most home!!! July -Labor Day beautiful farm fields in the area. $34,000. Folio# 17795. Call 516-466-2900 Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552. Well maintained and smartly furAfter 5 - 516-850-7304 nished too! August - Labor Day East Hampton Springs - Land- $35,000. Folio# 2756 Call Lally scape Designers own 3 bedroom, Mockler at 516- 971-6002 2 baths with tasteful decor and Hampton Estates surroundings. Close to Bay. 631-723-2300 Hampton Bays Waterviews - Shinnecock Bay Asking $25,000 Memorial Walk/ bike to ocean Day-Labor Day. Folio# 3267 Lally Mockler 516- 971-6002 East Hampton. Seasonal or year round rental. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, East Hampton 3,200 sq. ft. Ce- pool, fireplace. MD-LD $40,000 dar Shingled Post Modern set on Annual $48,000. Call Barbara private road & close to village. Schiano at 917-880-5473. First floor Master Suite with FPL, his/her walkin closets, pri- Remsenburg. Seasonal or Year vate bath with dbl. sinks & JaRound Rental 3 Bedroom, 2 cuzzi tub. Top of the line Gourbath, heated pool, deck, fireplace Large 2 bedroom, 2 full bath met kitchen,Laundry room, liAnnual $40,000. MD-LD Condo brary, formal dining room & LR $30,000. Also available for sale New landscaping/ pool with FPL. HDMI wired. Second at $899,000. Call Barbara Easy commute floor features Junior Master suite Schiano at 917-880-5473 Available monthly $8,000 & 2 add'l bedrooms & bath. 2 car MD-LD $17,000 garage & 800sf. bonus room. Hamptons NYC Montauk Gunite pool & spa. Mahogany Owner 201-602-0912 decking. Memorial Day to Labor Owner Direct Day $55,000. July-Labor Day HAMPTON BAYS. Just built, Vacation Rentals $42,000. July $20,000. waterviews. Furnished 3 August-Labor Day $25,000. Will 631-567-5999 bedrooms, plus loft, 2.5 baths. Consider Extended Season. FoFlorida New England Utah Central air, pool. July -LD lio# 16089. Call Anthony or Carolinas Mexico $25,000. 631-804-2415. Tamara Hayes at 631-537-2000 x322.

Hampton Bays. Small 1 bedroom condo. Waterfront with pool. Private beach. Season $11,000 or monthly $4,000. 917-881-4168. Hampton Bays: Furnished. 5 bedroom house. Ocean. Bay views. Inground pool. Weekly $3,000 or monthly $10,000. 516-850-7304 or 516-466-2900. Hampton Bays: Waterfront, Very secluded 3 bedroom plus loft house on Peconic Bay. Private beach adjacent to nature preserve. Spectacular sunsets. 2 baths, central air, washer dryer, kayaks. Available MD- end of July or part there of. Call 718-499-8079 for weekly or monthly rates

North Haven Waterviews from 2nd & 3rd story decks - New Construction, never been lived in, Beautifully furnished, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, gourmet kitchen with top of the line amenities, 4,000sf. of living space, fireplace, Heated gunite pool , 1 block to the beach. Memorial Day to Labor Day $85,000. or July through Labor Day $75,000. Folio# 17790. Call Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552. Sag Harbor/Bridgehampton New Construction perfect for the family, 5 Bedrooms, 4.5 baths, gourmet kitchen, large open living areas yet floor plan designed for privacy, new pool & new landscaping. Top of the line amenities. July-LD $42,000.

Mattituck/ North Fork Uniquely charming and pastoral English country cottage in wine country and close to village and water. Adorable inside and out. A must see. 3 bed; 2 bath; newly renovated. $6000/ June. $7500 July and August each. $20,000 entire season. owner: 516-384-5610 MONTAUK Gurney’s Inn 7/6-7/13. Use all facilities. Rental $1,950. Consider option to buy this week. 631-979-7147 evenings.

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Summer Rentals Montauk: Oceanfront co-op. 1 bedroom, sofa bed, air conditioning, full kitchen, dishwasher, microwave, deck, heated pool, 2 televisions, DVD/ VCR, CD. Weekly at $1,300. 631-766-7680 Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton 631/283-8100 Southampton - Waterview w Condo in Waterfront Complex! Harbor views, pool and tennis, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, solarium, deck, central air. July - LD $19,000

Summer Rentals Noyac/ Sag Harbor Charming cottage. Walk to bay. Private entrance. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, living room, EIK, large deck. July 1- LD $12,000. 631-283-2243 QUOGUE ESTATE AREA All new 5 Bedroom, 6.5 bath, heated gunite pool, water views & large porch. Walk to Village, Bike to Quogue Beach June 23rd to Labor Day $70,000 Call 631-653-3877 or 971-1063 516-9

Summer Rentals Sag Harbor 3 Bedrooms, den, AC, heated swimming pool. Gorgeous views, private. Near village. Available by month July and August. Owner 516-381-0264 Sag Harbor 3 BR, 2.5 baths, Post Modern, CAC, heated pool, out door shower, hot tub, fpl, close to Beaches and Village. Available July 1 - LD. $25,000. 631-725-0960 Sag Harbor Country home with heated pool in Village. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, on half acre, bordering natural preserve. new appliances/ renovated. Central air, outdoor shower. July-LD $25,000, July $12,000, Aug. $15,000 631-338-9488

Shinnecock Hills - Waterview Ranch-Style Beach House! Very private, casual great room, 3 Quogue. 3 bedroom cottage, bedrooms, 3.5 baths, garage, SAG HARBOR south highway, bike to village, decks, pool. July - LD $28,000 beach. Washer/ dryer. Season. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath cottage, $13,000 631-653-8750 Southampton - Beachfront 2 landscaped acres. Community! Casual Cape, steps Remsenburg. Charming Heated pool, hot tub, to bay beach and tennis! Firefish pond with waterfall, Bayfront cottage, set on almost 2 place, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, cen- waterfront acres. 2/3 bedrooms, jungle gym. tral air, heated pool. July - LD brand new renovation, central $34,000 Available air, all appliances, fireplace, outJuly- $14,000 or bi-weekly. door shower. New stone waters Water Mill - South of Highway edge patio, kayaks. MD - LD (718)344-4031 Near Flying Point Beach! Ca$18,000. 917-715-1331. thedral living, fireplace, 3 bedSag Harbor. 4,000 sq ft brand rooms, 3 baths, central air, new luxurious house. 5 bedEAST HAMPTON heated pool. July - LD $48,000 rooms, 4,5 baths, 2 living rooms, VILLAGE office, formal dining room, gourNesteekers International met kitchen, 2 fireplaces, 2 car Bike to Beach garage, headed in-ground pool, or Walk to Town! 631-725-7070 big beautiful yard. Near ocean/ bay beaches. July 1st through Unusual, East Hampton- 4 bedroom, LD $43,000 Serious inquires one-of-a-kind house central air, heated pool, $25,000 only. Owner (631)725-4790 with barn-style living room #11841 with high ceiling and wood beams. Sag Harbor. Spectacular waterHampton Bays Almost Beach4 bedrooms / 4 bath front with private beach on Pecofront. Mint, tree bedroom, 2 bath plus den nic Bay. 180 degree views, close $22,000 Web ID# 9455 to Sag Harbor shops & restauThe house has a lush garden rants. Brand new contemporary Sag Harbor, Zen in Sag, Koi with spectacular giant, with 25 foot clerestory windows pond, waterfall, 3 + bedrooms, old trees surrounding facing water. 7 beds, 8.5 baths, central air, plasma TV’s, pool, a 36’ non-chlorinated waterside 40x20 infinity edge $48,000 #10962 heated gunite pool pool, large hot tub, steam room, double appliances, 3 story elevaWater Mill- Your own mansion! Situated on 2 acres tor, cantilevered greenhouse with 5 bedroom , 5.5 bath ,heated in the Village, orchids, gym, 3 car garage. Year pool, tennis, privacy. $125,000 the property provides (2008-2009) $500,000, MD-LD #12124 complete privacy (2008) $350,000. Winter Month to Month $20,000. 212-873-2324 Westhampton Dune Road 3 + bedrooms walk to ocean, central Available for July (16K) & Sag Harbor/ Baypoint: walk to air, $31,000 #12223 August (19K) beach, 3 BR, 2 bath, CAC, fully furnished, no smokers, pets Too Many Too List! Can e-mail pictures O.K.. Mid June through LD, Call Jeff 917.647.9119 $18,000. July and or Aug., Let Us Find You Your Perfect $7,500 monthly. Available for Rental! year long rental. 516-526-9449

North Fork Spectacular Water Views! 3-level post modern, new construction. 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, fireplace, granite kitchen, 55x250, cul-de-sac.

SAG HARBOR WALK TO LONG BEACH Airy, comfortable, newly renovated home. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, livinng room/ fireplace, oversized kitchen/ dining/ living area, CAC, internet, big deck.

Sag Harbor/ Noyac: 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath. 3 year old home. Bayfront community, boat mooring. Central air, inground heated pool. Immaculate condition. Perfect family home. Available August. Call 718-428-6452, 631-725-5172 Sag Harbor: Charming 2 bedroom house close to beach. July-LD. $8,500 (631)725-6030

Summer Rental available. Sale Price: $969,000 Call Giseelle 631-907-8814 Maxine 516-889-8281

June $8,000;; July $10,000 August $12,000 917-363-1758 email:

Shinnecock Hills. ADORABLE COTTAGE. Central air. Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Private 1/2 acre. Steps to water. July-LD. $10,000 516-244-1339.

Summer Rentals SOUTHAMPTON LUXURY CONDO 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, fireplace, gym, tennis court, swimming pool, maid service. July & August $12,000 monthly, or seasonal. No pets, smoking. 201-650-1466

Southampton North Sea Beach Colony Fabulous new 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, private pond, walk to beachh. June 15 - September $60,000 July 1 - LD or $30,000 monthly Call for appointment Prudential Rand Realty Listing Agent Anita Diggle 917-685-5820

SOUTHAMPTON Shinnecock Hills Private Gorgeous Property 3 bedrooms, 3 baths Large playroom Gated pool, ideal for faamily PLUS 1 bed 1 bath poolhouse July- LD $29K negotiable 917-656-6657 SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE. Renovated gambrel. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, CAC, pool, pool house, MD-LD $23,00 00 ALSO MONTHLY Jim (516)635-0177 SOUTHAMPTON 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths 2 Living Rooms Air Conditioning, Pool, July- Labor Day $18,000 July $110,000, August $12,000. 631-283-7193 Southampton Village 2 bedroom, 1 bath, furnished, kitchen, includes electric. June to September Askking $13,000 516-921-5414 631-287-2297 Cell 516-848-8885 Southampton Waterfront: Beautiful 1 bedroom unit. Heated pool, central air, washer dryer, boatslip maybe included No pets. July-LD, 631-786-5101

Summer Rentals Southampton. Country cottage rental. 1 bedroom with large great room and kitchen. Wood floors, cathedral ceiling. June 29th - July 31st. $6,000. 516-909-9515. SOUTHAMPTON. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fully renovated contemporary home, private setting, access to po o nd and nature preserve. MD-LD $25,000. Yearly $3,000/month No smoking, pets. Phone 631-921-9129 Southampton. Bring your bike and kayak. Close to village and bay. 3 plus bedrooms, pool, 2.5 baths, quiet. August $12,000. 516-987-3268 Southampton. Entertainer’s paradise. 7 bedrooms, 4 baths. Main house is 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, fabulous master suite with balcony, gourmet chefs kitchen, heated pool, screened porch. Attached guest house: 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room. July $28,000; August $32,000; Extended season possible. (631)375-8294 Southampton. Large, furnished, air conditioned studio with kitchenette, full bath. Minutes from Southampton Village. Enjoy barbecues in the garden. Inground pool, private entrance, large closet, cable TV, utilities, washer/ dryer. Now-LD $10,000 (631)610-8993 Southampton. New 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, DR, EIK, den, 2 fireplaces, 2 car garage, non-chlorine pool. Full season or by the month. (917)623-0101

Summer Rentals SOUTHAMPTON: Just outside village, 4 bed, 3 bath, cac, heated pool, on private, landscaped acre. Skylights, chefs kitchen, newly furnished. Extensive decking. July$19,500. Will consider partial months 917-837-2909 Southampton: Main St., newly renovated apt., 2 BR, 1 bath, brand new chefs kitchen, bright & sunny 998 sq. ft. Summer rental $17,000, year round $2,500 monthly. 631-537-5112 Southampton: South of montauk hwy, new construction, circular driveway, close to beach, custom in-ground pool, custom BBQ, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CAC, cathedral ceilings, 50” plasma TV, Granite countertops, double oven, maple floors. $35000 season, monthly available. 516-909-7281 Southampton: walk to Peconic Bay beach, sweet 2 BR cottage, newly painted, central air conditioning, bright airy nicely landscaped, large deck, MD-LD $12,000. Long or partial season available. No pets, no smoking. 631-283-1345 Speonk, Hampton Villas, 2 BR Condo, immaculate, all amenities. Seasonal $10,000 or $1,500 monthly, year round. 607-222-5656 or 607-729-3239 Sweetbriar Real Estate Southampton 631 283 7447 Southampton village area. 4 bedrooms, 20 x 40 pool, formal dining room, central air. mint condition. Available for June, July and August Please call for updating price.

Southampton. Watermill Area. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, living room, family room, kitchen, deck, heated pool, hot tub. Available season or monthly. Please call 631-283-6044.

SOUTHAMPTON: Very private, sunny, clean 4 bedroom, 3 bath contemp p orary. Pool, deck, CAC, finished basement. GREAT FAMILY HOUSE. MUST SEE! August 1st - LD $15,000 Call 917-733-9533

Unique Mediterranean White Stucco Villa Water Mill 4,700 sq. ft., 5 Bedrooms including 2 Masters, 5 1/2 baths, dining room, marble floors, high ceilings, heated pool, A/C, 2-Car Garage, 2.5 acres. Season $82K, July $38K, August $42K, July-A August $74K.. Partial rentals possible. Negotiable. By Owner 917- 854 0499 or m

Southampton: 4 Bedroom, steps to Peconic Beach. Also, Southampton Village, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath. Also, Southampton Village 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, pool. Wainscott South. Walk to beach 516-297-6667 and Jitney. One level decorator furnished contemporary 4 SOUTHAMPTON: Bayview bedrooms, 4 baths, pristine oaks private beach community. 3 condition. Finished lower level, bed, 2 full baths, open layout, heated pool and hot tub, pool skylights, outdoor patio. walk to house with full bath. July - LD beach, new landscaping August. $70,000. 917-929-8336, $15000. 631-708-6866 631-537-4325.

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Summer Rentals Wainscott/East Hampton Nicest House At Any Price. 5+ bed, 5 bath, beautiful new construction, new gunite pool, new gourmet kitchen, $35,000 July $45,000 Aug - LD Weekly rentals possible. 617-642-2001

Water Mill North of Highway. Spectacular ocean view. 3+ Bedroom Contemporary, 3.5 Baths. Newly renovated & furnished, large decks, heated inground gunite pool set on secluded 5 acre wooded lot. Very private. Centrally located just minutes to villages and bay/ ocean beaches. Season: $68,000. June: $16,000. July: $22,000. August: $30.000 For appointment, call Dan 516-480-3302 WATERMILL. 5 bedrooms set on 8.8 acres with private pond and parklike setting, heated gunite poo ol. Walk to town, 5 minutes from beach. July $35,000 August $45,000 July 1st - LD $75,000 (917)572-5090 WATERMILL. Large 4 bedroom, 3 bath house on 1.5 acres. 2 fireplaces, deck, great location MD-LD $28,500 (631)726-3645 WATERMILL: July Rental 3 bed, 3.5 baths, private acre+ 20x40 pool, CAC, $19500 631-726-7618 Watermill: Sunny Contemporary/ landscaped for privacy, 3 BR’s, 2 baths, CAC. Large deck/ 50’ heated pool, gym, WiFi, July 1- LD $39,000 (July $19,000/ Aug. -LD $23,000). No pets/ smoking. References. Owner, 631-726-2602 cell 917-723-5022 WEST HAMPTON BEACH OCEANFRONT 1 BR; tennis; pool; TV. No groups, pets, smoking.. June-LD $14,000 August-LD $7,500 (917)842-5658 WESTHAMPTON Bath & Tennis Beach Club OCEANFRONT CABANA in Westhampton Beach All amenities $11,000 Summer Season 917-842-0999 212-534-4050

Summer Rentals Westhampton Beach Pristine 4 bedroom, 3 bath ranch All amenities,. Walk all. Available monthly, daily, weekly. 516-641-4092 or WESTHAMPTON BEACH OCEANFRONT 5 bedroom, 3 baths Almost new July $25k August & LD $35k Owner 914-646-1587 WESTHAMPTON BEACH 4 bedroom, heated pool, gets sun all day, bike to beach July $19,000, August $23,000 917-270-6532

Westhampton Beach Dune Road oceanfront 1 bedroom apartment

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Westhampton 5 minutes to beach

EAST HAMPTON Luxury Family Compound

Available this summer, Post-modern 4 bedroom/ 4 bath with 2 masterr suites with jacuzzis, designer furnished, Central air, 2 car garage. Gated 1.5 acre property on thhe creek, safely fenced, 20X40 heated pool, sand volleyball court, p retty landscaping.

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Westhampton Beach. Large 1 bedroom, 1 bath Condo. Furnished, air conditioning, washer/dryer. Walk to stores, beach, worship. Available from now - LD $13,000. July $6,500, August - LD $7,500. 631-288-7236. Westhampton Beach. Oceanfront. Dune Road. 1 bedroom, Semi-kitchen, 1 bathroom, sleeps 6. Tennis, deck, pool. Cable TV, VCR. Now through LD $7,500 OBO. 917-855-8740. 917-855-7737. Westhampton Beach/ Quiogue: 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, walk to town, bike to beach, weekly rental, families only. $3000 per week. 973-670-5315 or

Discount for monthly or bi-weekly. WESTHAMPTON/ Surrounding areas July/ August rentals with inground Pool Starting $6,000/monthly & up Possible 2 week period Some higher with Tennis All Suffolk Realty 631-801-2505

Weekly Rentals A Hamptons Escape 631-242-0193 HOMES & COTTAGES By Owner Westhampton to East Hampton, 8 bedroom, 7 bath to 1 bdrm, 1 bath, Central air, heated pool, Hot tub, Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, moderr n kitchens & baths, Wide screen TV, pool table, etc. F rom $1,000 to $10,000 www. om

Spectacular 7,200 sq. ft. 7 bedroom, 7 full bath, house on 6 acres. Heated gunite pool, jacuzzi, tennis, basketball, gym, cook’s kitchen, diningroom, gameroom, 6 TVs.

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surrounded by preserves July-August $10,000 Weekly


Dune Road, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $35,000

Modern 4 bedroom, pool, $36,500

salt water pool, Spectacular wooded views, very private

Available June 24th to August 12th Weekly $6,000


Spacious 4 bedroom victoorian, pool, $20,000

2 bed pool house 12 person in-deck Jacuzzi

June-Sept $7000 Weekly


Oceanfront living, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, palace $60,000

4 bed guest house

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6 bedroom main house

Also 7 bedroom, 5 Bath house available with all ammenities. Weekly or weekends. Owner 212-579-4964 East Hampton Country cottage 3 bedroom home, park-like grounds. Very large pool. Close to bay beach. Has everything! $1,500 Monday- Friday rental August. Full weeks available September. Contact Mark 917-561-1106


East Hampton: 1 bedroom apartment. Sleeps four, Private entrance, cable t.v., Internet. Weekends $500; Weekly $1,000 516-398-2583 East Quogue Cottage July $6800.00 - August $7800.00 Owner/ Agent 516 381-1031 Hampton Bays. Large waterfront 1 bedroom Co-op. Tiana Shores. Pool, Tennis, beach and marina on property. Available weekly or monthly. $1,500 weekly. Contact owner, 917-836-3685. SAG HARBOR / NOYAC July 1st - 14th or July 4th - 18th. Post modern, 3 bedroom, 2..5 baths, cac, recreation room, gourmet kitchen, gunite pool, guest house. Near beach, golf, restauurants and village. $15,000 must have references. Susan 631-725-9803

Westhampton Dune Road Bayfront. 7 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, Pool. Hot Tub, Central Air. Weekly: July, $9,000 August. $10,000 May, June, September $3,500. Weekly as well. 917-623-0529. For Photos email:

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East Hampton: 4 Bedrooms, 3 Hampton Country Real Estate 19 Corwith Avenue, Baths. Cheery contemporary Bridgehampton with new deck and pool, light, 631-537-2000 open layout, master Jacuzzi, tral air, fireplace. Private and peaceful between East Hampton So o uthampton- Northside Hills and Sag Harbor. $36,000 Summer/ $43,000 Year Round. Call winner! Over 4500 sqft of specowner 646-246-7227 tacular living space. Features 5 bdrms, 5.5 bths, htd pool, and so much more. Year Round East Hampton: Clearwater $125,000. folio 5888 Call Anbeach, walk to beach, 2BR, 1 bath, fplc, w/d, furnished. $2,000 gela Boyer-Stump 917-207-7777 516-784-0444 Water Mill- Northside Hills winner! Over 4500 sqft of specEast Moriches-Hart’s Cove tacular living space. Features 5 Picturesque, gated bdrms, 5.5 bths, htd pool, and so WATERFRONT much more. Year Round Corner unit $125,000. folio 5888 Call An3 bedroom 2 bath gela Boyer-Stump 917-207-7777 Fireplace, decks New skyllights, roof Hampton Estates New updates! 631-723-2300

BOAT SLIP Pool, tennis, garage $2600 monthly No pets no smoking Owner/ broker 631-909-21997 East Moriches. 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, duplex. private entrance, small deck, washer/ dryer. Very clean. $1,500 month all. 631-484-7444. Hampton Bays 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, new kitchen, hardwood floors, cac, washer dryer, large deck & pool. Private family neighborhood, beautiful landscaping. No smoking or pets $2200 plus utilities 516-456-4428 Hampton Bays Waterfront. Boater’s Paradise. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, quiet dead end with new bulkhead. $2,000 month No pets please. 631-723-1017 Hampton Bays. 2 bedroom, 1 bath ranch. No pets. $1,350 monthly plus 2 months security. (631)653-5791

Southampton Shores. Year Round rental, 5 Bedroom, 5 bath Waterfront home with dock, heated pool, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms. Access to tennis courts, steps to beach $60,000. Call Barbara Schiano at 917-880-5473 NOYAC: Waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, granite EIK, LR, DR, CAC, private beach, $3000 + utilities, Available Sept. 631-725-1844/ 516-617-6678 Remsenburg, large studio. Private estate like setting. Suitable for non-smoking mature working person. Washer. Dryer, 6 closets, skylights, air. Heat included. No Pets. $1,100 per month. Available July 1. 631-325-0253. SAG HARBOR Deerfield Road Home 4+ bedrooms, 3 bath, pool, hot tub, Very private prestigious area. $$3,900. 631-725-1368 Cell 631-252-6441

SAG HARBOR, AZUREST 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, stainless kitchen, ceramic baths, Hampton Bays: Spacious ranch one mile to Main Street. Year on quiet family street. 3 bedround or monthly $ 2200. rooms, 1 bath. Kitchen, living room with cathedral ceilings, family room, full basement. Fenced in back yard. $2,150 monthly Also for sale $520,000. Southampton Village 516-901-7017 Hampton Country Real Estate 19 Corwith Avenue, Bridgehampton 631-537-2000

2 bedroom, 1 bath, furnished, kitchen, $1,750 Utilities included.

516-921-5414 No oyac Waterfront - 5 Bedroom, 3.5 home waterfront home in 631-287-2297 Hampton Bays Spacious 1 bed- Noyac ammenities include 1st room $950 all floor master, central air, fireCell 516-848-8885 place, attached garage & BreathHampton Bays 2 bedroom cot- taking sunsets! Available annutage walk to beach $1,500 inally beginning in July for cludes electric and water $45,000. Folio# 3178 Call Amy Southampton/ North Magee Unangst at 631-334-0552 Charming 3 BR, 1 bath house on Hampton Bays 3 bedroom home on quiet block $1,800 plus Sag Harbor/North Haven Wa- large property. Dishwasher, laundry, $2000 per month plus terfront - 3 Bedroom/3Bath, utilities. Immediate. Hampton Bays 5 bedrooms 3 Central air, Fireplace, Gardens baths possible mother/daughter galore, private beach, panoramic 917-273-0169 $2,650 plus East Quogue Studio private yard walk to town $675

views! So close you can walk to the Village. Annually $90,000. Folio# 3977. Call Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552.

Springs New 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath ranch, central air plus many other amenities, unfurnished. $2,500 month. 631-324-4532

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT / OPEN HOUSES / FOR SALE Year-Round Rentals Wainscot, East Hampton: Private apartment in Estate near ocean, private entrance. Maid, pool, cable, wireless. All utilities. South of Highway. Furnished Available March 15th $2.000 month or $20,000 MD-LD. Perfect for NYC resident,who wants Pied-a-terre in the Hamptons with everything taken care of.631-537-3068. 212-879-3089. a Westhampton 2 Bedroom house, newly renovated, mint condition. Washer/ dryer, large back yard, quiet dead end street. 917-687-5902 Westhampton 5 Bedroom, 2 Bath New Renovation, pool, deck and patio! Cable/ Internet included! $2,700/ month. Now-LD $30,000 631-987-8518 Westhampton. Newly renovated partially furnished 3 bedroom apartment $1,800 includes cable and utilities 631-288-3190.

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Southampton Village Open House Sat., June 9, 1-5 pm

Nestled on 1.6 acres, deck, pool, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, basement. $949,000. (631)329-0849; (516)567-8572; (5 516)448-5797 Principles only. SOUTHAMPTON 82 North Bishops Lane OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 5/26 1-4 Newly Renovated Traditional 5 BR, 2.5 bath 2+ sub-dividable acres. Detached guest house with full bath and wet bar. Separate studio. Room for pool and tennis. $1,595,000 The Cocoran Group Robin Blackley (631)838-5446


90 Bishops Lane $1,750,000 Well maintained Contemporary on private half acre. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 fireplaces, vaulted ceilings with fans, hardwood floors throughout, CAC, basement. Pool, mahogany decking. Close to: Beaches, Restaurants, Shops. For more info:

2 WATERFRONT 2 with RESTAURANTS Profitable Business Established Clientele

Condos/Co-Ops Jamesport. Maidstone Landing on the Beach. Luxury Townhouse condos. Views to Connecticut. Clubhouse, pool, tennis courts. 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 20 foot vaulted ceiling, great room with deck. Walk out lower level with patio, 2 car garage. Resales from $800,000 to $1.5 million. If you have seen the rest, now see the best. Call or email for appointment. 631-208-3000. Commercial Network Inc.

FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY to Redevelop Busiiness or Real Estate Properties Between $3- $4.9 Million Call for Co-broke JAMES N. YOUNG LLC 631-276-9381

SAG HARBOR Co-op apartments Newly renovated kitchen and bathrooms 1 bedroom and 1 bedroom with loft Historic building Shared backyard o rt walk to village Sho

917-371-4745 917-414-1091

Commercial 27 AUTO CIRCLE (before South Shore Brick). Auto repair shop, 20 years of service. Includes inspection machine for diesel trucks. MUST SELL. Call Owner 631-988-3791. 1335 County Route 39 Southampton

First Show Sunday 1- 4PM Sun drenched contemporary ranch, cathedral ceilings, skylights, stone fireplace, big open LR, DR, den, EIK.


Cutchogue 631-734-9455 G reenport 631-477-2220 Southold: Commercial investment! Bay front property with 20 room motel, dock space for 20 boats, rental businesses and buildings. Exclusive. $5,600,000. East Moriches Office Building 20 x 60 $525,000 Leslie Chornoma Realty R.E. 631-878-6337 Hampton Bays Motel For Sale 32 Efficiency Units, Bay Front, Pool, 2.34 Acres Ideal Owner/ Operator OR Conversion $2.8 Million Phelps & Associates (631) 588-6500


Call Hal Zwick, broker at 631-678-2460

Amagansett/ Montauk

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE CONDO private porch, patio, pool and tennis bike to village and beach

New 2 Bedroom co-op for sale on ocean $295,000. Full Service Resort Ideal for summ m er home and /or rent May to October. Top Floor, Sunny, Quiet, Mint Low monthly maintenance. Call Brokk er/ Owner at 212-956-2323 & view at

Calverton Hills. Condo. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, dining room, living room, fireplace, wood deck, new eat in kitchen. By owner. $190,000. 631-255-4575. E. Quogue: mint condition 2 bed, 2 bath, asking $399,000 Tamara 631-379-7779 Realtor EASTPORT 55+, Encore Atlantic Shores 2,286 Sq ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 100% upgrades Clubhouse Indoor/outt door pool $560k

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MLS #1 1924103 call 24/7 Barbara The Real Estate Shoppe (631)874-5400 Southampton/ Hampton Bays area: Waterview co-op. Priced to sell. 1 bedroom, sleeping loft. 1.5 baths PLUS outdoor shower, eat in kitchen, Living room, storage shed, AC, large deck overlooks Shinnecock Bay. Private beach. Seasonal rental income potential. $279,000, owner (516)270-6985

Pool, tennis, side yard. Vacation time year round! $319,000 Diane 631--276-9076

Cutchogue 631-734-9455 G reenport 631-477-2220 Orient : Beautifully maintained custom 3 bedroom cape in sound front community. Exclusive. $599,999. East Marion: New listing! Simply delightful 3 bedroom ranch with large barn on property; country setting close to Sound Beach. Exclusive. $444,000. G reenpoo rt: New listing! Fun and fresh 2 bedroom country cape close to Sound Beach, shops and restaurants. Exclusive. $419,000 G reenport Waterfront: Handsome 5 bedroom farm ranch with pool on bulk headed deepwater canal; unobstructed bay access. Exclusive. $1,795,000. Peconic Sound Front: Summer at the Shore! Rustic 2 bedroom beach front cottage. Exclusive. $1,150,000. Peconic: Fine 3 bedroom beach cottage, comfortable and casual with beach and mooring rights. Exclusive. $515,000

1 bedroom, 1 bath, newly renovated, all new kitchen and bath, new appliances, dishwasher, washer / dryer, wood floor, ceramic tiles, fully furnished. Turnkey, movee-in, just bring your toothbrush. New pool, close to town and beach, maintenance is only $220 perr month. $375,000 Contact J.J. at 917-855-1300

Homes Amagansett Napeague Harbor Beachfront, boat mooring, possible 3+ bedroom expansion Abuts nature preserve. $1,195,000 or newly renovated 2 bedroom $1.250,000. For sale or rent by owner 646-369-4106


Southold: Impeccable 4+ bedroom cape; close to all! Exclusive. $519,000.

Boca- Delray- Palm Beach â&#x20AC;&#x153;BUYERS MARKETâ&#x20AC;? Get Results - Top Negotiator Sheldon Jaffee Lang Realty (561) 395-8244

Wading River: Well maintained 4 bedroom Colonial; great neighborhood, deeded beach rights. Exclusive. $495,000.


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Brown Harris Stevens 120 Front Street G reenport

Hampton Bays New listing walk to beaches Pretty 2 bedroom on 1/3 acre finished lower Southold: 55 + community. 1 bedroom garden apartment, close level move in condition! Nicely landscaped Asking $450,000 to everything. $163,990. 631-765-3436. http://www.coloEast Quogue Affordable 3 room 2 baths to be built south of highway still time to customize Southold: 55+ community. $429,000 Spacious, ground floor 2 bedroom apartment with terrace. E ast Quogue Investers delight 3 Convenient to all. $266,430. income producing water view 1 (631)765-3436 bedroom cottages fully rented in excellent condition Great opportunity for first time investors Westhampton Condo $579,000


Hamptons Bays 2 Bedroom Condo


Flanders Attention first time buyers! fixer upper in desirable Bayview Pines 3 bedrooms private backyard carport walk to beach and boat $289,000 AFFORDABLE Gold Key Modular Homes The Future Starting $39,990.00 +Freight/ Tax 33 years In-house Bussiness Same location, Built to Last 10 Year Warranty Ranches, Capes, Colonials, Custom 631-281-9330

North Fork - Southold Classic 1870 Colonial Estate Situated on 3.8 landscaped acres with original carriage house, 40 ft. pool, 6+ bay garage, and private beach access. Elegant floor plan, 3 fpls, 5 bedrooms, 2 sun rooms. Exclusive #39927 $1,995,000 Mary Ann Bollman 631-477-8007. North Forr k - Greenport Soundfront Spectacular 6,000 sq. ft. Contemporary/Gunite Pool, sweeping coastal views & lush landscaped grounds. Dramatic 50 ft great room, gourmet kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, includes 2 master suites. #37084 Co-Exclusive $2,450,000. Mary Ann Bollman 516-458-7566. Nortt h Fork - East Marion Pebble Beach Private soundfront community with beach & tennis - makes this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Ranch an ideal retreat. Living room and den w/dual fireplace; open light filled kitchen w/dining, opening to deck heated pool overlooking golf course. Exclusive #52307 $659,000. Mary Ann Bollman 516-458-75 566

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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Homes Brown Harris Stevens 31855 Main Road Cutchogue







East Hampton New Custom Home 2,500 square feet Close to Beaches.

East Hampton/ Springs New 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath large ranch with central air plus many other amenities including 30-foot deck. Motivated seller! No Brokers. 631-324-4532



MONTAUK HWY North Fork - New Suffolk Just Listed Charming cedar shingled circa1895 farmhouse with front parlor, LR w/wainscoting, country kitchen w/butler's pantry, 3 BR, 2 Ba, and detached studio on generous corner lot. Walk to marinas and beach. Will not last! Exclusive #52201 $795,000. Barry Novick 631-734-2958 or Nancy Cervelli 631-68 80-2296. North Fork - Cutchogue -Walk To Village - Just Listed Recently restored 1912 farmhouse. Features new country kitchen, all new baths and walk-up attic area. Convenient Main Rd. _ acre parcel. Move in condition. Exclusive #51795 $585,000. Naancy Cervelli 631-680-2296 or Barry Novick 631-734-2958. North Fork - Greenport Pheasant Run Pristine condominium/many upgrades, community pool, clubhouse, putting green. No age restrictions. Close to village, marinas, beaches. Exclusive #45957 $369,000. Gloria Shirvell 631-734-2959 or Henrietta Chituk 631-734-2951 North Fork k - Southold Waterfront with Dock Pristine Cape in premier location - new 75 ft pier & dock, panoramic views, direct bay access, ideal protected waterfront. Exclusive. #37236 $1,695,000. Henrietta Chituk, 631-734-295 51 or Gloria Shirvell, 631-734-2959 Center Moriches Close to the Hamptons without the drive. Waterview of Moriches Inlet. 4 BR’s 3 baths, updated kitchen, hardwood floors, fplc, decks, decks, and more decks, lovely landscaped yard.

2 bldgs: 1 new constr., prof’l 1-3 BR residential. $799,999.

DIANA PONZINI 917-5 549-4847 631-727-6663

East Hampton. Mobile home village. 2 bedroom, 1 bath living room, kitchen, Washer/ dryer, AC, skylight, gas heat/ cooking, very good condition, $107,000 negotiable! 631-324-8805 East Hampton Customized Beauty 2,700 Square Feet Close to Beaches

Call Chris at: 631-878-8170 O r cell: 631-374-5518 Sag Harbor Completely renovated 3 unit apartment building. Includes large studio area. Tax investment credit available. Owner financing possible. Excellent income. $1.95M. 631-725-7189. Cutchogue JUST REDUCED! Beautiful traditional on bucolic 1+ acre 3 bedroom, 2 bath New professional kitchen Brazilian cherry floors Koiponnd, gazebo much more! $699,999 - Motivated owner No brokers 516-220-8420

Pool and much more. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Master bedroom suite with marble tile bath and large sitting area on second level. Ample kitchen. Stainless steel appliances. Living room, dining area and large deck overlooking pool. C entral air. Painted full cellar. Covered porch. 2 car garage. Landscaped professionally. Irrigatiion system. 5/8 acre. 85 Cedar Drive $845,000. Was $995,000. Owner 631-553-2331, 516-445-3584

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Swimming pool, Central Air, Walk to water $739,000 (917)744-2046 Owner

East Hampton Northwest Designer renovation just completed. Totally turn-key. New chef’s kitchen. room and sunporch. Lush .6 acre. Abuts 16 acre reserve. Pool, walk to bay

Post Modern 2002. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 marble baths, oversized master suite, vaulted ceilings and oak floors throughout,, large gourmet kitchen with granite, stainless steel Viking appliances, 12 foot high stone firepllace, large mahogany deck overlooking waterfall and koi pond. 2,700 square foot basement with 8’6 6” ceiling, 2 car garage, Central AC & Vac, p rofessional landscaping. Must see! Owner 111 Sycamore Drive 631-324-6913 or 516-445-3584 $1,295,000

East Hampton Modern 3000' home, Bayview sunsets, Four bedroom suites with private bath. Professional kitchen, Media room, Four fireplaces, Gym, Infinity edge pool, Living green roofdeck. This modernist dream is unparalleled in design. $3.2M CD Property Inc. Catherine Debackere 917-912-2983

East Hampton


Private community on cul-de-sac with private 2 boat dock, mooring rights, private bee ach. Maturely landscaped with specimen t rees. Faces preserve. Well protected. Lovely, newly renoovated. Attention to detail. 6 bedrooms, 4.5 bath, 2 fireplaces, views from every room.

$995,000 By Owner 631-338-8455

East Hampton Reduced by $5,000! Close to town and stores. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Brand new constructiion, choose your own colors.

East Hampton / Springs. Serene Salt box, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, open floor plan, inground swimming pool, basement, garage, cedar decks.$660,000. Call Jean, 718-570-7505.

Recreation room, study, dining room, oversized living room, full bassement with outside entrance, over a half acre, 2 car garage.

New construction OPEN HOUSES ! 640 Gus Drive Saturdays & Sundays 12- 4 pm Private beach a nd dock Starting at $625,000 Summit Estates 631-477-1470, 917-559-1671

Clearwater Beach. Boat slip Very high end street Winter Water Views! Spacious, Open living area Skylights, fireplace, exposed beams Lovely deck, Plunge Pool Motivated Seller - by owner JUST REDUCED! $595,000 Call Simon 631-827-6000 East Hampton: Clearwater Beach, 1/2 acre, totally maintained, new kitchen, finished basement, large deck, beach and Marina rights. Park like setting. $619,000. 631-329-6216

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A must seee at $2,895,000 631-329-0994

.5 acres, Totally private Surrounded by reserves

Custom Designed 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Heated Swimming Pool Central Air, Fireplace $849,000

3 br/ 2.5 baths, plus family

$5510,000. Also available for summer rental.

EAST HAMPTON 2 Beautiful Choices Near the Bay

2 bedrooms, 2 baths PLUS sun room

open: 7am-6pm Monday–Friday 9am-4pm Saturday, Sunday 631-283-1000

East Marion: By Owner. 1 mile South Long Island Sound. 2 lots North of Route 25. 3 BR’s, 1.5 baths, property: 1,200 sq.ft., low taxes, full bsmnt. $450.000. 631-477-2791 East Moriches 1.6 Acres Ranch 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 car full basement, landscaped, excellent area. $775,000 Leslie Chornoma R.E 631-878-6337 EAST MORICHES BAYWOOD Magnificent New Home on 1.88 acre plot. Waterfront Property 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, Formal Dining Room, Gourmet Eat In Kitchen. Dining Area, Surrounded by Windows. Includes plans for Approved Dock Double Doors To Deck. Great Room With Fireplace. Master Suite with Fireplace. Master Bath. Cathedral Ceilings. Bonus Room Over Garage. Full Basement. 3 Car Garage. $ 1,575,000. PAPA REALTY 718-767-3148



$760,000 631-831-8478




1691 Country RD 39 Suite E Southampton

Custom built White Cedar Shake Shingle home offers many fine features and amenities. Fabulous water front home w/ 5BR/3Bths, wall of glass sliders leading to spacious outdoor decking and waterside Gunite pool. Three master bedrooms. Central air and new town approval for 4' pathway to water’s edge. By appointment only. CO-EXCLUSIVE, $3,250,000. IN#39443 3 The Plaza * Montauk (631) 668-5200 FAX (631) 668-4066

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Homes East Quogue. Legal 5 family home. Walk to town, 1 block from bay. Investment opportunity. $780,000 (631)653-5791

EAST PATCHOGUE Walk Across Private Road to Dock your Boat in front of your New Custom Built Victoriaa n. TWO HOUSES TO CHOOSE FROM. Both Houses Feature 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths, 2 Wraparound Porches, a nd a Rear Deck.

East Quogue - Spectacular 4 BR, 3 bath home on lush 1 acre, granite EIK, heated IGP, tranquil setting. $1,100,000. 631-665-5018

East Quogue "Country Charmer" SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 2 Bedroom, Finished Basement Possible Mother/Daughter Beautifully Landacaped

Lot 5 is Larger than Lot 4 and has a 3 Car Garage. First Year Membership in Marina I ncluded. Docking Fees Extra.

1/2 acre & Much More! 64 SQUIRES AVENUE

East Quoque Tiana Shores Community Perfect Year Round or Summer Living. Open and Spacious 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Ranch. Dual fireplace. Garage, Basement Country Club. Backyard, Inground pool. .46 acre. Short stroll to Beach. East Quoque Schools Open House Saturday and Sunday $650,0000. Also available for seasonal rent Broker 631-513-9811

Asking $549,000 All Suffollk Realty 631-801-2505

Gateway to the Hamptons Realty Corp. (631) 325-3449

Lot 4 $839,990 Lot 5 $899,990 Call: RE/MAX ONE REALTY 631-585-8700

East Quogue waterfront/ bay front. 280 feet of bulkhead. Boater’s delight! 4 Bedroom, 2 full bath ranch on .4 acres located in a beach association community on Shinnecock Bay. Asking $1.2 million. 631-988-9159

REMSENBURG 3/4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, Inground Pool, 1.5 acres $1,799,000 REMSENBURG 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bath Ranch, 2 Fireplaces, Inground Pool, $860K WESTHAMPTON BEACH New Construction 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, $839K EASTPORT Pristine 4 Bedrooms 3 Baths, $524,999 EAST QUOGUE New Victorian 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, $634,900 EAST MORICHES 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths. Walk to water. $489K NORTH SHORE 2 Bedroom 2 Bath in Gated Adult Community, $335K LAND: HAMPTON BAYS .34 acre $299K REMSENBURG .40 acre $499K SOUTHAMPTON half+ acre $500’s

Luxury Waterfront Townhouses Pine Hollow In Hampton Bays. Only 7 left! Be on the water for the Summer. Enjoy the heated gunite pool, volleyball court, your own boat slip and incredible water views. Hardwood floors, granite/marble baths. Quality, custom touches and solid construction.

RENTALS: EASTPORT Mem-Labor Day $30,000 or weekly or monthly. REMSENBURG Mem-Labor Day $12,000 EAST MORICHES 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $1,600 CENTER R MORICHES, BOATER’S DREAM 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Cottage $2,000 Gateway to the Hamptons Realty Corp. (631)325-3449

Priced from $679,000to $799,000. Offered Exclusively 631.725.7070 • • web# 11335

George Heine Realty 631-725-9001 Noyac Beach Community: four bedroom colonial with modern kitchen, two bathrooms, living room, formal dining room. Rear deck, front porch, central air, on shy three quarter acre. Offered exclusively at $979,000.00 by George Heine Realty 725-9001




Bridgehampton - Sunsets are yours! 3 BR,1.5 BA Ranch on quiet cul de sac, 1.3 landscaped Noyac: new to market. Spaacres adjoining Ag reserve on cious ranch with three bedrooms, two sides with pool and lots of one and one-half bathrooms, liv- room for expansion. Co-Excluing room with fireplace, large eat sive $1,649,000. Folio# 16243 in kitchen, full basement Call Hampton Country Real Eson just shy half acre. Asking tate 631-537-2000. $699,000.00 Offered exclusively Bridgehampton -Charming Traby George Heine Realty 725-9001 ditional-Warm and friendly, 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Traditional on Waterfront Sag Harbor Noyac: 1/2 acre. Located conveniently in Three bedrooms, one and Bridgehampton with open one-half bathrooms, living room Kitchen/Dining/Living area this with large stone fireplace,porch, charmer is perfect for a small second story offering expansion. family or couple who love to enGarage. Bulkheaded. Offered tertain. Beautifully detailed with exclusively by George Heine Re- room for pool and garage. Exclualty 631-725-9001 Asking sive $940,000. Folio# 15604. $1,900,000.00 Call Rob Camerino at 631-902-6637 or Amy Unangst Sag H arbor Village Historic at 631-334-0552. District: colonial with four bedBridgehampton - South of the rooms, one and one-half bathrooms,parlor, dining room and Highway - Waiting for your kitchen. Full basement. TLC. Charming Cape has 4 bedGarage.Offered exclusively by rooms with 2 full bathrooms. George Heine Realty 725-9001 Ideally Located in the heart of Asking $879,000.00 Bridgehampton village with hardwood floors, detached garage and backyard with room for Hampton Bays pool. Great Investment! Co-ExSOUTHAMPTON clusive $1,495,000. Folio# 15705. Call Rob Camerino at Tuckhoe Schools 631-902-6637 or Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552. BANK FORECLOSURE Needs TLC East Hampton 3,200 sq. ft. CeFull unfinished basement with dar Shingled Post Modern set on private road & close to village. outside separate entrance First floor Master Suite with Living room with fireplace FPL, his/her walkin closets, priEat in kitchen vate bath with dbl. sinks & Ja4 bedrooms 2 Full baths cuzzi tub. Top of the line Gourmet kitchen,Laundry room, liHardwood Floors brary, formal dining room & LR Inground pool with FPL. HDMI wired. Second floor features Junior Master suite 1850 sq ft. Taxes $7759.44 & 2 add'l bedrooms & bath. 2 car garage & 800sf. bonus room. Asking $669,900 Gunite pool & spa. Mahogany CALL Option First Realty decking. Exclusive $1,400,000. 631-758-6800 Folio# 16089. Call Anthony or Debra Mangogna Tamara Hayes at 631-537-2000 x322. Hampton Country Real Estate 19 Corwith Avenue, Bridgehampton Tel. 631-537-2000 om

Sag Harbor - Easy living -New to the market. Open and airy, 2,000 sq. ft. turnkey one level home on quiet Sag Harbor cul de sac. Situated on shy 2 acres with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large deck, beautiful stone FPL, CAC, plenty of room for pool and future expansion. Only minutes from village and beaches. REDUCED! Co-Exclusive. $1,350,000. Folio#15302. Call Rob Camerino at 631-537-2000 or Amy Unangst at 631-334-0552.

Bridgehampton New Construction - Fabulous 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 5,500 square foot shingled Traditional situated on 1 acre with farm views. In a quiet location with many custom details, top of the line appliances, heated gunite pool and a 2 car garage with many extras. Just Reduced! Co-Exclusive $3,495,000. Folio# 15111 Call Lally Mockler at Stunning neew construction in x207 or 516-971-6002. the he a rt of Southampton. 5 Spectacular properties are curBridgehampton - Centrally lorently being built and range in cated, immaculate Post Modern size from 3,800 square feet to featuring 4 Bedrooms (1st floor 4,800 square feet of Luxurious Master with FPL), 3 baths, large Living space. From the top of the eat-in kitchen with cathedral line Gourmet Eat-in-Kitchens to ceilings, formal dining, open liv- the spacious custom detailed living room with vaulted ceiling & ing spaces, no other properties FPL, cac, htd pool, outdoor compare. Community Tennis decking & det. garage. Lush and Recreation Center are just landscaping, backs up to private steps away. Prices Start at reserve & on private cul de sac. $1,195,000. Call for an ApExclusive $1,500,000. Folio# pointment Today! Call Angela 15711 Call Gayle Tudisco at Boyer-Stump at 917-207-7777 917-991-8731.

Homes East Hampton - Nature lover's paradise on over 3 private acres. Contemporary 3 bedrooms/2.5 baths. 2 living rooms, fireplace, heated pool, det. 2-car garage. Exclusive $1,450,000. Folio# 17425. Call Angela Boyer-Stump at 917-207-7777 Hampton Estates 631-537-1200

Water Mill, Pool and Tennis. Newly completed construction. 6 bedroom, 6.5 bath home on 3.5 very private acres. Heated gunite kidney-shaped pool. HarTru Tennis Court. $2,795,000. Call Ralph Schiano at 516-398-7633 Hampton Estates 631-723-2300

East Quogue: Waterfront. Stunning 1.1 acre waterfront property in private community. Charming 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with spacious skylit living room, glass enclosed dining room overlooking the water, office, den, washer/ drying, finished basement, heated pool, private dock, very private landscaped property. $1,999,000. Call Ralph Schiano at 516.398.7633. Owner is Licensed RE Salesperson.

Call Owner/Broker Fran Nill 631-287-1177 Open Bayfront Private East Quogue community. 1400+ sq ft home, 4 br/ 2 ba, easily converted to mother/ daughter. Formal dining room & waterside deck. Newly bulkheaded, community Bay Beach & docking privileges. $1,200,000. Co-exclusive. East of The Canal Shinnecock Hills, one block to Bay. Renovated 3 br/ 3 ba, wood floors, fieldstone fireplace, full finished walk-out basement with 1-car garage. Landscaped half acre+ haven of privacy w/ in-ground pool & patio surround. $749,000. Exclusive. Completely Renovated New roof, siding, electric, plumbing & CAC! 2 br/ 1 ba Cottage, open floorplan, sunroom, & sleeping loft. Room for expansion & permits in place for pool. One block to community Bay Beach & docking privileges. $679,000. Exclusive. Eagle’s Walk Condo Two condominiums, both offer community pool and gym, 2 br /2 ba, open living/ dining/ kitchen area w/ breakfast bar, private laundry, balcony on upper condo, fireplace in lower. Adult Community. Upper $585,000, lower $575,000. Exclusive.

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In Time For Summer

Nestseekers International 631-725-7070

Near Ocean & Bays Restaurants & Marinas 3 Beds 2 New Baths New Paint, Large Deck 2 Plus Car Garage Full Basement Perfect Vacation or Year Round Home Owner/Broker $529,000 Financing Available 631-537-4328

East Hampton Village New construction 4 bedroom , pool, garage, custom features, $2.299,000 Web# 13761


7,000 square feet, 14 rooms, 7 bedrooms, 5 baths, 3 car garage, watterview.

Ocean, bay and downtown views from wrap around deck.

$950,000 - $1,150,000.

Additionally thhere is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath attached cottage with large living area, private entrance and parkii ng. $1,175,000

Sand Castle Real Estate. (631)689-1500 PATCHOGUE: BEACH NEW CONSTRUCTION. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, open layout. 60’ san ndy beach. Blue Point/ Patchogue boarder. Prudential (631)585-8500

Phillips BEACH Realty (631)-288-2300 Westhampton Beach

Waterview in Bayview Oaks. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, master suite, 2 car garage, fireplace, sunroom, 2nd story deck, 1/2 acre property. Owner $1,300,000 (631)283-5499 REMSENBURG. NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME. 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, fireplace, sunroom, large open kitcheen, new appliances, home theater/ audio throughout, 2 large 2nd floor balconies with partial watervview, 2 car garage, central AC, central vacuum, in-ground irrigation, 16x34 heated pool.

Owner 516-924-4184 S ag Harbor Cozy Cape. Beautifully renovated 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Attic room & deck. Minutes to beach, town. Lot size .2 acres. By owner. Drastically Reduced $535.000. No brokers. 718-793-3802

Hampton Bays 4 bedroom Country Cape pool, central air, fireplace $560,000 IN#47841

(631)668- 3831 Stop by or call a Local Realtor

Morley Agency 38 Hampton Road Southampton 631/283-8100 Southampton - Impeccablee First Offering! Lushly landscaped privacy, immaculate condition, formal living/dining, den, 2 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, central air, 2-car garage, awning patio, pool, gardens. Exclusive $1,979,000 Southampton Village - Recently Restored Two-Family Traditional! Walk-into-town location, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath on each floor, terrific single-family conversion opportunity, central air, mature landscaping. Co-Exclusive $995,000 Southampton Village Heart-of-Town Condo! Rarely offered 2 bedroom, 1 bath first floor corner unit, being completely redone, new kitchen, hardwood floors, living room, dining area, a/c's. Exclusive $599,000

Westhampton Beach 4 bedroom, 2 bath pool, fireplace $670,000 IN#37992 Westhampton Beach 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath bright country Cape $789,000 IN#51133 Westhampton 4 bedroom, 3 bath heated pool, pond $899,000. IN#52316 Westhampton Beach 5 bedroom, 3 bath Custom built Pool, den, fireplace $1,195,000 IN#39119 Remsenburg 4 bedroom, 4 bath 2 out buildings, barn on the water $1,595,000 IN#51626 Rem m senburg Renovated Traditional farmhouse 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, gourmet kitchen, central air, heated gunite pool, pool house $1,850,000 IN#49933

Southampton Shores. Walk to beautiful bay beach, association tennis courts, ballfields, marina from this newly renovated home with double height living room, 3 bedrooms plus loft, 2 baths, eat-in kitchen. Private pretty property, heated pool surrounded by tall evergreens, rhododendrons. Great value. $795,000. 631-525-9219.



Wading River, Newly Constructed 3 Bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1900 square foot home. Living room with wood burning fireplace. Great room with slider to cedar deck. Kitchen includes Formica counters, appliances, lunch counter. Master bath includes Jacuzzi, 2 sink vanity. Full basement with 9’ ceilings. All Andersens, grills, oil heat, central air. Oak floors/ high ceilings throughout. 2 car garage. 2 blocks to Sound. Deeded beach rights. Offered at $585,000. Call LeBar Custom Builder 631-929-4075 or516-607-5468


Wainscott investment opportunity. Share purchase of 4/5 bedrooms, 3 baths, tri-level furnished spacious house on 1 acre. Open floor plan, mint condition. Heated pool, walk to ocean. $450,000. No brokers. (212)362-8502 WESTHAMPTON BEACH OCEANFRONT 5 bedroom, 3baths Maintenance free, almost new Perfect "starter home" $2.2 M

Walk to Village & Ocean Sprawling, On a 1.56 acre lot 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath Decorator's home Fireplace Inground Pool Tee nnis Court Asking $1,799,900 All Suffolk Realty 631- 801- 2505

Westhampton Classic Colonial 5 bedroom house plus 2 bedroom Cottage. South off Highway on private .80 acre lot, 20 x 40 in ground heated pool, sunny deck with electric awning, 8ft. ceiling basement, new Central Air & Heat, new windows, Low Taxes green friendly solar system, $1,200,000

BEST BUY ON THE OCEAN! Owner 914-646-1587

$1,288,00 00 O r MD-LD $45,000.

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Southampton Stroll to Little Fresh Pond. Nestled amid mature trees. Newly remodeled 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, large living room with fireplace and Clerestory windows, deck. Room for a pool. $859,000 Web#12273 631-725-7070

OAKDA ALE. New custom builders home.

Walk to Ocean Beach from this brightt and airy 3 bedroom, 3 bath Main house, updated stainless steel kitchen, wood burning fireplacce in living room, large family room, outdoor shower, hot tub. Pool permit pending.


Southampton Village Charmer 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Finished basement with Jacuzzi and Wine Room. Large floored unfinished attic Fenced yard, garage Walk to train, beach, village. Move-in condition $995,000.

WESTHAMPTON BEACH: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, shingled cottage, on private half acre with front porch, fireplace, and 2 car garage, walk to town. Affordable at $675,000 631-288-5049

Call Tom Hood 631-276-9329 Charles Rutenberg Realty. Open House Sun. 2-4pm 153 South Rd, Westhampton.


Leave message for owner 631-283-1563 Simon Harrison’s Hamptons Office Exclusives $649,000. 4 bedroom,, pool, quiet 1/2 acre, garage, beach/marina Come quickly. IN #50592 $625,000. OPEN HOUSE Sag Harr bor Family 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, Everything. IN #50728 $950,000. OPEN HOUSE. Waterfront 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 1 acre, Dock. IN #51045 $995,000North Haven Colonial .7 acre, 4 bedroom, 3 bath, Office. IN #51679 Reduced by $300K to $999 Rawson Road Beach Gunite pool, Waterfalls, Lynx BBQ, IN #51924 $1.999M. OPEN HOUSE. Waterfront Sag Harbor 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Heated Pool, Deep Dock IN #50564. $22.495 OPEN HOUSE Oceanfront Bridgehampton 1.5 acres, pool, Priced well IN #51738.

Southampton/ Tuckahoe School District. Darling 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with mooring rights, water views. Perfect condition. $560,000. Hampton Homes & Commercial Real Estate 631-204-1111. Sweetbriar Real Estate Southampton New York 631 283 7447 www. Southampton Viillage Income Producer-short distance to ocean. 4 separate living spaces 7 bedrooms 4.5 baths office, 3 car garage. Motivated seller $ 2,390,000. Exclusive Shinnecock New to the Market! 3 plus bedrooms, pool, 1 acre lot finished basement. Bright and airy. $ 799,000. WADING RIVER Spectacular beachfront home, cul-de-sac, 3 levels panoramic views LI Sound, secluded setting, oak flrs, CAC, fpl. To be bulkheaded at toe of bluff. SD#2, ML#1891406, $969,000, Frank Edwards, LAB, Daniel Gale Sotheby's Int'l Realty, 631-689-6980, Ext 220

Waterviews don't get any better than those from this hillside home tucked away on a shy half acre. The upper living area has an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings, fireplace, bath, and den. The kitchen opens to an extensive deck that overlooks Fort Pond Bay. On the lower level there are three bedrooms, a bath and a separate living area with one bedroom, one bath and a one car garage. Call to view. $889,000 IN#49248


Yes the sunset water views are stunning, and this home is perfectly suited to go along with them. Impeccable details from antique oak entry doors, three fireplaces with hand carved marble mantels, coffered ceilings, amazing trim details and one of a kind light fixtures. The huge eat in kitchen takes in the expansive water view and is finished with the very best appliances. All bedrooms are en suite with their own exits to the deck and pool beyond. Too many details to mention, this home is a must see located in one of Montauk's most desirable neighborhoods. Call to view. $3,950,000.IN#49658

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Westhampton Dunes CANAL WATERFRONT OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MONDAY MAY 27th & 28th 1-5 pm 4 WIDGEON WAY ...steps to Ocean 5 bedroom, 3 bath Raised ranch on a 1 acre lot Room for Pool, fireplace Asking $1,599,900 Owner listening to reasonable offers


Esst Moriches Land 1 1/2 Acres Water View $440,000 1 Acre Cove View $450,000 1 Acre Flag lot with perrmits $395,000 3/4 acre $325,000 Leslie Chornoma R.E. 631-878-6337

H AM P T O N B AY S 1.3 Acre * Wooded * Level * Flag Lot * All Improvements * Ready to go * Or build to suit $449,000.



Manorville, 2 Acres on Wading River Road. Borders town preserve, privacy. A-2 Residential, Virgin, Buildable, $430K, Near Hamptons. 631-878-4929

Syma Joffe Gerard R.E. 631-325-8201

NORTHFORK DREAM HOME SITES Miller Place 100x140 corner lot. 7.5 Acre Bayviews, secluded Flat. Walk to beach. All Town sanctuary $795,000 Approvals to Build.. $275,000. 631-928-4733 5.5 Acre Soundfront, subdivideable, $1.700,000 Nestseekers International Estate Creekfront with permits 631-725-7070 $495,000 East Hampton .15 acre Barnes Landing area, buidable lot for 2,000 sq ft house. Near water.$375,000. Web# 12156 NORTH HAVEN. WATERVIEW. Nearly 2 acres of prime level land, ready to build. $1,550,000 Sand Castles Realty. (631)689-1500


All Suffolk Realty 631- 801- 2505

Westhmapton/ Quiogue: Star Hampton Realty. Exquisite beauty. Upscale house has it all. 3000 sq ft. New bathrooms, new kitchen. Half acre. $899,000 Tamara 631-379-7779

Land A 100 % CONSTRUCTION LOAN 75% LAND LOAN. ALSO COMMERCIAL/ BRIDGE LOAN, JOINT VENTURE CONSIDERED NO O RED TAPE. PRIVATE LENDER. CALL MR. C. 516-938-0022 ext 37 Cutchogue -17 acres 1 building lot Beautiful property among vineyards Existing renovated barn $1.6 M 631-734-2424 East Hampton Clearwater Beach Cleared half acre with private beach and marina rights. $499,000 Fo o r Sale By Owner 917-971-7772 East Hampton TWO ADJACENT WOODED LOTS .5 Acre each Residential, easy access to utilities $399K each For Sale by Owner 845-358-1778

Hampton Bays. 1/3 acre of vacant land. $230,000. Also 3/4 acre flag lot $265,000. Both ready with permits. (631)653-5791 Hampton Country Real Estate 19 Corwith Ave. Bridgehampton 631-537-2000 Bridg g ehampton Waterfront - 1 acre, 150 ft. frontage, Build your dream home, permits in place & Priced to sell! Exclusive $3,195,000. Folio# 3762. Call Joe Gaites at Ext. 204

RIDGE. 1.3 acres. Last lot.

$2,000,000 Per Lot Call for Co-broke JAMES N. YOUNG LLC 631-276-9381

Large lot in gated beachfront club. Golf, tennis, full gym, croquet, and 3 restaurants. $394,000 631-283-8557

Asking $225,000


Out Of Town VERMONT, Wilmington Custom Post & Beam. 5+ bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 kitchens, 2 large living / dining areas. Large deck area. Vac system throughout. New gas heat, 2 wood burning stoves. Fully furnished. 4 season community, near Mt. Snow and Golf. Clubhouse with Tennis, pool, ski trail, hiking. Great Rental MUST SEE. Will set up open house. Can e-mail photos. Owner Asking $399,500 631-472-2550 W EST PALM BEACH NEW LUXURY CONDO

Litchfield County Connecticut

610 CLEMATIS $349,900 motivated sellers

7 Acres, Spectacular Views Updated, Elegant Home with 4 BR’s, 3.5 baths, heated inground pool. $989,000.


High summer rental value.

Gracious, Spacious Cape with heated inground pool. Totally private in the center of the village of Litchfield. $995,000.

Davis Real Estate.

Call Victoria Elliot Porttfolio Properties Group Goshen, CT.



2 bedrooms, 2 baths zen garden & pool view STEPS FROM CITYPLACE LUXURIOUS DETAILS Granite counter tops Stainless appliancees Berber carpets Porcelain tile Washer/ dryer Contact KEVIN 561-252-8325

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Quogue Village South of the Highway Shy acre flag lot. Zoned for Business Motivated seller. $ 945,0000. Exclusive

Expansive views of Fort Pond for Pool and Tennis


com m pared to Hamptons.

health permits.

Florida Marco Island. Next to Naples

8 Acre Subdivideable with farmhouse $1,600,000

2 hours shorter commute

SOUTHAMPTON. Coldwell Banker, Prestigious P roperties. 1.4 acres on cul-de-sac of new subdivision in the North Sea/ Watermill area. Truly a great buy. Residential neighborhood and wooded trails Sag Harbor - Last of it's kind! .25 acre building lot with permits provide a tranquil setting. in-hand. Build you dream home Approvals are in place for a house up to 8,000 sq. ft and immediately. Exclusive 20x40 pool. Tennis possible. $499,000. Folio# 3697 Call Hampton Country Real Estate at F#70772, Internet# 05140. 631-537-2000. Exclusive, $765,000. Contact Southampton South in Shinne- Mary Broidy (917)287-5207 cock- Waterfront on Far Pond, Sweetbriar Real Estate land with permits, beautiful pond Southampton & ocean views! Exclusive 631 283 7447 $1,250,000. Folio# 3745 Call Joe Gaites at 631-537-2000 Ext. 204.

TWO, 2.5 Acre lots adjacent to each other

2 Acre with buildings needs TLC $650,000

63 feet of beach on Dune Rd. Right of way to Moriches Bay. Building permits in one week. Weekend/yearr round home.

Nicely treed, town water,

Bridgehampton - 6 acre wooded lot in prime location, subdividable. Co-Exclusive. $3,200,000. Call Joe Gaites at Ext. 204.


40+ Acres, fronts on Sound Ave $1,800,000


South h ampton 1.6 acres $ 525,000 Water Mill 2 acres Excellent location Very desirable neighborhood $ 1.095,000 Exclusive Southampton/Water Mill south of the highway 2 acres. Excellent location. 1 block from the ocean. Seller entertaining all reasonable offers.

WATER MILL 2.9 acre lot, permitted, 6,000 square foot house, pool, tennis. Below market $1,250,000. OWNER. 917-434-3939 212-316-4411

Out Of Town Butternuts, Upstate NY, 13 Acres, within 30 minutes; Cooperstown, Hartwick, Oneonta. Mostly all wooded, 100’ driveway, 60’ round pond, 1/2 acre clearing, stone walls, 5’x5’ hunting tree stand, deer/ turkey, berry bushes, springs, and relax away from reality. Also used camping trailer.

NEW YORK, CATSKILLS 1700’s farmhouse. 20+ acres surrounded by natural state reserves. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large EIK, fireplace, barn, garage, pool. Rumored ties to underground railroad. Hike, ski, fish, hunt. $349,000 By owner 631-725-3890 UPSTATE NY WORLD CLASS FISHING just out your front door!

By Owner. $68,000 631-281-3395 631-816-1536 Florida - Crystal River: Great Investment. 2 adjacent Building Lots $17,000 631-472-2550 FLORIDA, VENICE 2100 square foot, 2005 home 2 bedrooms, 2 baths Clubhouse, gym Near pristine beaches $335k, 941-961-2633

MILLION DOLLAR VIEW!! Beautiful house on twoo adjoining lots on Salmon River Esturay in Northern, NY. A MUST SEE! Call Torre Parker-Lane at Exit Morre Real Estate 315-727-7771.

Amagansett by the bay. Walk to Gardiners Bay Beaches from this 2 bedroom cottage w/outdoor Jacuzzi. MD-LD $22,000, Aug-Ld $12,000, July-LD $19,000 Folio#70353 Alex Colonna x21 Amagansett Water F ront. 2 Bedroom 1 Bath fully renovated Cottage. Moor your boat in your backyard. Kayak, Windsurf, Fisherman's Paradise. MD-LD $33000 Also for Sale at $1,250,000 our Folio#68168 Alex Colonna ext21 E. Hampton Walk to Beach and Marina 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2100 sq.ft. CAC. MD-LD $24,000, June $4,000, July $10,000, Aug-LD $12,000, July-LD $20,000. Beatrice Mandelbaum F#10605 E. Hampton Contemporaa ry Rental. Bright and airy 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath, plus den, heated pool, outdoor shower, magnificent sunsets has it all. MD-LD $35,000, July-LD $28,000, July $13,000, AUGUST-LD $18,000 YR 07/08 $3,500 per month Folio# 06473 Beatrice Mandelbaum x12 E. Hampton. Gated entrance to spectacular new 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, screening room, 3 fireplaces and pool, close to town and Ocean! MD-LD $85,000 Betty Farrell ext. 19 Summertime Rental. This exquisitely furnished house with a very private pool, area just perfect for summer entertaining. 4 bedrooms, gourmet kitchen, dining indoors, or Alfresco. All the Amenities. Folio# 70824 Lucille Biery x13 Land for Sale. New to the market, shy half acre close to the Devon Yacht Club. Folio#70877 Lucille Biery x13

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Coldwell Banker P restigious Properties Westhampton Beach Office 148 Main Street, WHB NY 11978

Montauk Office 725 Montauk Hwy.

One in n a Million Open Ocean/Bay views. 102 feet ocean front. Two large open living spaces, EIK, DR, FP, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. New heated pool with Jacuzzi/hot tub...fenced and landscaped for total privacy. Exclusive $4,550,000 Folio#65620 MLS#1852254 IN# 46073 Dream Home 72 Ft. Of Oceanfront Top Quality New Construction Home. 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, Lr/Dr, Laundry Room. 2 Fireplaces with Custom Mantels. Mahogany Decking & 220 Ft Of Boardwalk To Ocean. Access To Bay. Exclusive $3,195,000 Folio# 61971 Eastport Home Priced to Sell Fully updated Ranch in, Gourmet Eat-In Kitchen, large Master Suite, 2 French doors to patios; total of 3 BR, 2 BA, new windows, walk-out basement for Mother-Daughter living; secluded 1/2 Acre, fenced for your puppy, room for a pool. F# 68064 MLS# 1844305 $498,000. PRIME COMMERCIAL LOT Prime commercial lot located right off Flanders Road in the up and coming business district. The lot is located in a cul-de sac with other prestigious businesses building around it. Bonuses of the lot location is the 50' non-disturbance buffer. Great location to continue or start your business. Exquisite property offered at $395,000. Folio# 65837. Land In East Quogue Don't miss your chance to build your dream home in the quaint hamlet of East Quogue. 3/4 of an acre located on a quiet street. Close to town and beaches. Will not last at this price! $399,000 Folio#04603

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Total size for both lots is .55 acres. Perfect situation for a family compound or for the smart investor, Cozy Ditch Plains Cottage 2br, lots can be improved and sold sepa2bth, central air. July $8K WEB# rately. Exclusive. Jennifer Linick. 61109 Gerri Tomitz 631.668.3500 $1,950,000. IN#52446

Devlin McNiff Real Estate 3 North Main Street East Hampton, New York 631 324-6100 Best Value in Northwest. 2,000 s.f. traditional with 4 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living area. Granite tops. Living room with fireplace and family room. Plus garage. Room for pool on shy half acre. Exclusive. Ann Rasmussen. $819,000. Internet #36383 Sag Harbor Co-ops. Historic townhouse in the heart of Sag Harbor Village with four completely redone co-op apartments. 2 are one bedroom and 2 are one bedroom with lofts. Walk to Village. Exclusive. Hal Zwick.Priced from $429,000 to $539,000. Internet# 45317 Tip-Top Salt Box. Family friendly salt on 1/3 acre in East Hampton. 3 brs, 2 baths, open living/dining/ kitchen area. Plus full basement, large deck. Well located. Room for pool. Exclusive. Nick Epstein. $709,000. Internet # 46842. A Special Place. This home features a living room with fireplace and built-in bookcase, which opens to the dining area and large kitchen. 3 bedrooms, new baths. Pool, large deck, beautifully landscaped 1/3 acre. Exclusive. Katia DeLouya. $699,000. Internet #48595

Country Home. 3 bedroom/2 bath home, including a master suite with tumbled stone bath. Outside there is lush landscaping and a shimmering 20x40 pool with brick surround. Separate finished barn/studio with screened porch perfect for extra guests or the artist within. Call Ann Rasmussen. $999,000. IN#50876

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Montauk’s Condo Exclusives, The Tower features, large Studio w/separate sleeping quarters, OV, @ $329K, and several condo units available at the Historic Montauk Manor, including 3BR/2Bth w/excellent rental history & great views @$550,000. Exclusively ours.

Rentals! Rentals! Rentals! Still some choice rentals available, including a Ditch Plains beauty w/3BR/2Bth, and all the "Bells and Whistles"~ Last 2 weeks July only. ~ Please call Cari for appt.

Vacant Land, Hampton Bays $695,000 Build your ultimate Hamptons retreat on this property. Possible 2nd story views of Shinnecock and Peconic Bay. This 1.03 acre parcel just east of the canal can cut hours off ones drive to the Hamptons multimillion dollar homes being built in this neighborhood which makes this property a great investment. Exclusive. #1957979

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Montauk’s Beachcoomber Co-op RePrudential Douglas Elliman sort features several Studio units, all Hampton Bays Office w/OV, patio/deck, fully equipped 631.723.2721 kitchens. Sold furnished w/ ances, starting @ $210,000 to $254,000. Pool and tennis courts on Montauk Charming Cedar Shingle premises. Cross road for direct path (Rita) Pristine Contt emporaryHampton Ranch, featuring three bedrooms, one to ocean. Exclusive, By Appt. Only. Bays $559,000 Pristine Contempoand one half baths, Living Room rary near ocean beaches and town. w/fpl. and Skylight, dining area w/sliders to back deck and pictur- Montauk - Elegance and easy com- This beautiful home has been comfort awaits you at this very special esque backyard. Hardwood floors, pletely renovated, is open and airy. full basement, Oil heat, half acre. three acre waterfront Compound. The back yard has in ground pool Needs updating, but house has in- Main house w/3Master Suites,4.5 with new liner. Perfect for year round credible potential charm. Priced for Baths, separate one bedroom/one bath living or a summer house. Exclusive today’s market and Exclusively ours, Guest Cottage. LR w/Stone fpl, hard#59235 $679,000. wood floors, CAC, and fabulous waMontauk Waterviews! Immaculate terviews from every room. Two story (Trimarco) home newly listed, features three bed- 2 Car garage w/massive family room Ranch, Hampton Bays $690,000 rooms, three baths and waterviews! above. Completely renovated w/atten- Wonderful well loved home in family Open living area w/cathedral ceiling tion to many details. By appt. only. neighborhood! Warm and cozy. This and brick fireplace. Updated Kitchen Exclusively ours, $4,995,000. home offers 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, livand baths. Spacious family room, ating room, dining room and kitchen tached two car garage. Central locaMontauk’s Culloden Shores is of- area. Fully fenced yard and a beautition to harbor and ocean. Co-Exclufering this very nice Two Story ful Gunite pool. 2 car garage. Exclusive, $789,000. "Beach House" within walking dis- sive. #61145 Montauk Immaculate and low tance to private Bay beach. Also great maintenance 4BR/3Bth home features to use anytime year-round, it features Vacant Land, Hampton Bays Cedar interior/exterior, LR w/dual 3BR/2Bth, cedar interior upper level $349,000 Vacant Land close to town, fireplace, spacious family room w/fpl., and newly finished first floor beaches, train and park. Property is w/private bath, skylights, hardwood features living area w/WBS, in the process of getting building perfloors. Gunite pool, spacious deck, mits for a 2500 sq. ft. house. ExcluCAC, bsmt., Hither Woods~shy acre. Bed/Bath and ceramic tile floors. Exsive. #44314 clusive, $695,000. Exclusive, $1,295,000.

(GSB) Postt Modern, Hampton Bays $1,050,000 Now is the time to invest in this community. Each +/- 1 acre lot features a new quality crafted +/3200 sq. ft. home that is perfect for a primary residence or seasonal enjoyment. Exclusive. #58401

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No Fool On This Hill. Hilltop contemporary just a short walk to the water and with water views from many rooms. 4 bedrooms and a den EAST QUOGUE CHARMER plus heated pool and garage. Large Beautiful traditional located south of 3/4 acre property. New Exclusive. the highway sits on half an acre and is Ann Rasmussen. New Price. a short walk to the bay and town.This $850,000. Internet # 49634. home features a bright and open kitchen with granite countertops and Welcome To East Haa mpton Village. stainless steel appliances. There is a Perfect spot for a professional family room with fireplace, four bed- office. Located at the entrance to East rooms, two baths, wood floors Hampton Village in a prominent spot. throughout, finished basement, large Nicely shaped 4 bedroom house with deck in the backyard, charming front period details. Needs some TLC. porch, in ground pool, pool house, ir- New Exclusive. David Zazula. rigation, and mature landscaping. $875,000. Internet # 49771 $799,000 Folio#70562

Brand New 4 Bedroom House. Top notch construction on convenient 4/10 acre in East Hampton. 4 bed1936 Montauk Hwy / rooms, 3.5 baths, masonry fireplace, 2405 Montauk Hwy. great tile work in baths, two car gaCondo, Pool and Tennis Turnkey, rage. Room for pool. New Exclusive. 2brs, 3.5bths, den and central air. Jennifer Linick. $759,000. IN #51267 Low taxes. Exclusive $825K WEB# 47780 Renee Despins 631.537.4134 Village Charmer. Adorable cottage-style home on half an acre in Cell 917.439.3404 East Hampton Village. Exposed East Hampton Offices beams, wide plank floors, surprising 20/51/788 Main Street details throughout. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths plus sleeping loft plus basement Special Location Private 3br, 2bth and central a/c. New Co-Exclusive. home with heated pool, decks and David Zazula. $895,000. IN#51857 landscaping. Exclusive $1.1M WEB# 51017 Meg Salem A Perfect Beach House. Sleek and 917.545.3893 spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with lovely grounds. Very private loSouthampton Offices cation in the Northwest on 2/3 acre. 30 Nugent Street/88 Main Street Lovely pool and play equipment in Close To The Bay y! On 1 acre, 3brs, open sunny back yard. Everything in 2bths, 2 car garage, patio, basement mint condition. New Co-Exclusive. and more. Exclusive $799K WEB# $1,195,000. IN#46529 48728 Eunice Szentgyorgyi 631.204.2635 New Village Construction. Magazine quality taste and style abound in Mint, Near Village and Ocean Prithis just completed redo of a home on vate 4br home with pool, pool house and separate guest house. Co-Exclu- a charming and quiet Village Lane. 4 sive $2.8M WEB# 49231 Judi Krauss bedrooms plus a separate "Summer room", new pool, beautiful lawn, and 631.204.2615 pro quality kitchen. Co-Exclusive. Leslie Hillel. $1,895,000. IN#52012 G reat Location In The Village Traditional with 6brs and 6bths in great location. Exclusive $1.595M Side-By-Side In The Village. PropWEB# 52355 Patricia Garrity, erty with 3 bedroom home and the 631.702.9221 adjacent lot are being sold together

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SOUTHAMPTON $4,650,000 Elegant and Stately Manor Gracious new 9700 sq ft Showcase Stucco Manor on 1.7+ acres Sumptuous marble and granite baths, honed marble and hardwood floors, slate select roof, 6 fireplaces, and exquisite custom details throughout. Balconied, vaulted 1200 sq ft living room, formal dining, grand gourmet kitchen with great room, paneled library, 2 master suites with whirlpools and steam spas, 4 additional ensuite guest rooms, large game/family room, office, and a total of 8.5 baths. Heated 55 ft gunite pool with spa, htd/cac pool house, and over 2000 sq ft of mahogany decking. Elevator, multiple skylights, 3+ car garage, too much to list. A grand home with taste and quality. Room for tennis. Exclusive. IN# 46634

178 Edge of Woods

Dick West (718) 344-3241 Diane West (516) 721-5199




Sat., Jun 9th 4-6 pm & Sun., Jun 10th 11-1 pm 95 Turtle Cove Drive

Sat. & Sun., Jun 9-10th 1-3 pm 18 Blackwatch Court

SOUTHAMPTON $1,365,000 American Beauty Cathedral ceiling living room, formal dining room, newly renovated custom kitchen with French doors that opens to a covered porch overlooking the pool. Cozy den plus media room with professionally equipped bar. The two car attached garage, California closets and custom moldings throughout adds to the many extras of this mint condition home. The well landscaped park like setting offers delightful views from every window. Easy access to the village and beaches complete the package. Exclusive. IN# 52219

Sat. & Sun., Jun 9-10th 3-5 pm 1625 Millstone Road

SOUTHAMPTON $1,095,000 Desireable Southampton Shores Waterfront Community. Walk to large private sandy beach, marina and tennis. Relax and enjoy 6 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths with an open floor plan. Spacious living room with fireplace, modern kitchen with dining area, office plus den with cathedral ceiling and wood burning stove leading to a great yard for entertaining with large heated pool and patios. Exclusive. IN# 44806 Dick West (718) 344-3241 or Diane West (516) 721-5199

SAG HARBOR $1,249,000 Sophisticated Style Situated on a private 1.7 acre wooded lot only minutes to Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton golf, beaches, restaurants, and shopping. Gracious formal garden, fruit trees, flowering perennial beds, and multi-level decking & pool. Great room with fireplace, open kitchen and dining, spacious master suite with sliders opening to a bluestone patio and rock walls on one side and a deck leading to the pool and gardens on the other. Add to this 3 additional guest bedrooms, 2 guest baths, central air, a 2 car garage, sprinklers, and room for tennis. Exclusive. IN# 51134

Sue Murtha (516) 662-4365 or Elizabeth Clarke (516) 702-0966

Dick West (718) 344-3241 or Diane West (516) 721-5199



Saturday, June 9th 1-3 pm 2913 Montauk Highway

Sat. & Sun., Jun 9-10th 1-3 pm 15 Chivas Court

SOUTHAMPTON $1,399,000 Grand Vistas Sprawling 3300 sq. foot contemporary nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac offering stunning sunset views of world famous golf courses and bay. Dramatic 2 story living room with fireplace, dining area and kitchen all opening onto multi level entertainment decking. Generous 4 bedrooms including a master suite, jr. master suite plus 2 guest bedrooms. All amenities plus 20x40 heated pool, 2 car garage, full basement and central air. Co-Exclusive. IN# 43234

SAGAPONACK $1,495,000 South of The Highway A grand 200 year old farm house with spirit and potential galore on 2 1/2 acres. A sun filled livinging room with fireplace, library, formal DR, large eat-in kitchen with garland stove, 4 BR's, 3 Baths, large deck with gazebo and wisteria laden trellis, free formed heated pool plus out buildings. A must see! Exclusive. IN# 50606

SOUTHAMPTON $525,000 Off To A Great Start This is the chance you have been waiting for. This Charming cottage located near Peconic Bay gets you off to a great start. Livingroom, 3 sided glass Diningarea/Den, 2 bedrooms/1bath plus very large deck with OD shower for summer entertaining. Well situated on .34 acre with room for expansion plus car port and shed. Exclusive. IN# 51556

Elizabeth Clarke (516) 702-0966

Elizabeth Clarke (516) 702-0966

Sue Murtha (516) 662-4365

Jamesport 631.722.2600

Southold 631.765.3800

Cutchogue 631.734.5700

Greenport 631.477.2730

Southampton 631.283.9200

Hampton Bays 631.728.0061

Sag Harbor 631.725.4333




Post Modern situated on two private and lush, landscaped acres, just minutes from the village of East Hampton. Open living and dining space opening out to a large deck surrounding a heated pool. Plenty of room for expansion if needed. $1,850,000 Web#52527 Stacey Barnds 631-324-8080 x24 or 516769-3674

Post Modern situated on two private and lush, landscaped acres, just minutes from the village of East Hampton. Open living and dining space opening out to a large deck surrounding a heated pool. Plenty of room for expansion if needed. $1,850,000 Web#52527 Stacey Barnds 631-324-8080 x24 or 516769-3674



This charming two bedroom home located on a great street, has two full baths, living room with fireplace, large great room, and an above ground pool with deck, be in for Summer! Sellers are motivated. Exclusive $799,000. Web#50823. Toni-Jo Birk 631-288-3030 x105 or 631-5145295

New to the market this custom ranch with four bedrooms and two and a half baths is waiting for you to come create lasting memories. Located on a private .92 of an acre with room for expansion. Con-veniently located to all in the Village of Westhampton Beach. Exclusive $1,950,000. Web ID#50762 Toni-Jo Birk 631-2883030 x105 or 631-514-5295

Dock your boat right outside your home with150 feet of new bulkheading. Enjoy direct access to the Intercoastal Waterway and Moriches Inlet. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath home with hardwood floors includes great water views. $869,000 Web# 51135 MLS# 1949371 Ed Kurosz 631-796-6949 Cellular Mattituck Office 631-298-0600

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Build a family compound around this 1872 Farmhouse on 1 acre of lawn in the Springs Historic District with breathtaking views. House was remodeled in 1992 and is absolutely charming. New 18x45 heated pool. House and additional waterfront acre $3,600,000 Exclusive Web#50476 Pat MacArthur 631-324-8080 x25 or 631-645-6556

Located on a quiet Lane in Springs, this home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Living room with fireplace, dining area, kitchen, deck & patio. Sits on a full 1/2 acre with room for pool. Pristine condition. Exclusive $765,000 Web#52383 Pat MacArthur 631-324-8080 x25


Move right in, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath traditional on a half acre has room for a pool. The best deal under a million dollars. Co-Exclusive $999,000 Stacey Barnds 631-324-8080 x24 or Drew Dunleavy 516-316-8864 Directions: Take Three Mile Harbor Northeast to Harbor Blvd. Make a right onto Harbor Blvd. Follow signs to #53 Harbor Blvd.


Adorable 3 bedroom & 1 bath ranch home. The cutest kitchen with stainless appliances and new black & white tile floor. All new bath with pedestal sink and new vanity. Hardwood floors throughout. Clean, new, fresh and bright. An adorable little home. Motivated seller. EXCLUSIVE $439,000 Web ID# 50568 Jean Curreri 631288-3030 x108 or 631-365-1231


A slice of heaven. Steps to your own beach. Contemporary with 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and plenty of room to grow. Web# 42905 Exclusive $3,590,000 Richard Swift 631-3248080 x14 or 516-455-6820

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Newly renovated with 4BRs and 4BAs and beautifully manicured grounds. A well appointed roman shaped pool, climate controled, 11ft ceiling, 2 car garage. Exclusive $1,249,000 Web#52121 Chris Diamond 631-324-8080 x40 Directions: #4 Park Street: Hands Creek Road, left onto Wheelock Walk, right onto Park Street. Refreshments will be served.


If you like the charm of the olden days, this 3BR, 1.5BA 1911 vintage cape is perfect for you. This property has been updated with new siding, roof and upgraded electrical. Enjoy the large glass sunroom off the back of the house overlooking you 1 acre lot. Detached 1 Car-garage is also included. $525,000 Web#51893 Monique Santander 917-684-9796 Cellular Westhampton Beach Office 631-288-3030


Build your dream house on this prime parcel, just minutes to village, beaches, and multi-million dollar homes. .75 acre with room for pool. $800,000 Web ID#5293 Westhampton Beach Office 631-288-3030


2,700 sq ft two-story building zoned for retail and/or office. $3,000,000 Web# 9947 East Hampton office 631-324-8080

EAST HAMPTON 631-324-8080



Gracious Cottage style traditional New custom home on secluded with 2 story living room, 3 fireplaces, two acres with private beach and beautiful pool and top of the line kitchen. Five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, tennis rights. Handsome traditional finished basement and den. The heat- includes a formal dining room, famed pool is surrounded by perennial ily room and great room with firegardens on 1.2 private acres. places and top of the line features Exclusive $2,500,000 or for rent throughout. $3,995,000 Web# Summer $70,000 Web#42388 50617 Bill Stoecker and Jen Richard Swift 631-324-8080 x14 Wilson 631-324-8080 x20 or x43



Lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath traditional home with front porch situated on .54 acre cul-de-sac parcel. Property offers hardwood floors throughout, CAC and private backyard features 20’x40’ heated swimming pool, large patio, and 2-car attached garage. $569,000 Web #51671 Mattituck Office 631-298-0600



Mixed Commercial/Residential Use. 8,550 Sq.Ft., 3 Storefronts, restored Dutch Colonial Home & renown Antique & Statuary business with inventory. Web# 09796 $6,990,000 631-288-3030



East Hampton. 23.7 sub-dividable acres. Exclusive $9,500,000 Web#50347 East Hampton office 631-324-8080


Unique water view Resort Residential parcel with farmhouse and 7,000+ Sq.Ft. Barn. Ideal for conversion to allowable use such as Motel, B&B, Inn, Spa or… Web# 50658 $1,595,000 631-298-0600


Shy acre, permits in place, near East Hampton Village $1,695,000 East Hampton Office 631324-8080


2 sep parcels totaling .46 Acres - Hwy Biz Zoning. 2,560 Sq.Ft. Restaurant w/Full Bsmt, CAC, Ind’l Kitchen, 3 BAs, Cashier/Disc Jockey Rm, Coat Check & Walk-in Cooler. Allowable Occupancy: 125 Property is very close to the proposed “Rivercatwalk” Empire Zone only a few Moments away from the Downtown Riverhead Business District. $1,200,000. Web # 09862 Mattituck Office 631- 298-0600

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Open House. Saturday, June 9th, 12:30 to 2pm 32 Oyster Pond Lane, East Hampton Dramatic multi-level home on 3/4 acre with views of Three Mile Harbor. 4 bedrooms plus den (can be a 5th bedroom), basement, garage, pool and decks. Exclusive. Ann Rasmussen. Now $785,000. Dir: Springy Banks Rd. to Oyster Pond Lane to #32

Open House. Saturday, June 9th, 12:30 to 2pm 16 Quarty Court, East Hampton Major reduction on this 4 bedoom home on 2 acres in near Northwest. New kitchen, new baths, heated pool, walls of glass to let in sunlight. Exclusive. Ed Brody. Now $1,500,000. Dir: Hands Creek to Timberline to Quarty Ct. Left on Quarty Ct. to #16.

Open House. Saturday, June 9th, 12:30 pm to 2pm 21 Dune Alpin Drive South, East Hampton

Open House. Saturday, June 9th, 12:30 to 2pm 38 Bay View Avenue, East Hampton

Two story farmhouse with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, living room with fireplace, full basement, and 2 car garage. Half acre property in Dune Alpin. Roseanne Lebwith. $1,225,000. Dir: Montauk

Sparkling “beach house” in Near Northwest on .63 private acs. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths including graceful master suite. Spacious living room with fireplace, large pool and low maintenance grounds. Exclusive. $1,195,000. Dir: Stephen Hands Path or Cedar St. to Old

Hwy. to Cove Hollow to Buckskill to Dune Alpin Drive South.

Northwest to Midland Highway to Bay View to #38.






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MOVE-IN CONDITION... this traditional offers lots of space, lots of light, a screened porch, great backyard with pool, four bedrooms, two and one half baths, pine floors, and huge great room. Add the convenience of walking to the Village and you have a terrific value. F#52075 $1,950,000 EXCLUSIVE. #35 GOULD ST.

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RAMBLE DOWN A LONG DRIVEWAY to an immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA contemporary home located in E. H’s Northwest. The 1.5 acre property borders a 21 acre reserve. There is a/c, 2 car garage, and a solar htd pool surrounded by a mahogany deck. F#24215 $1,150,000 EXCLUSIVE Rent:JULY- $15,000; AUG-LD -$20,000; JULY-LD -$35,000 12 HICKORY CT.

NEW PRICE... This traditional home represents all that is good about Village houses. Special touches inside and out set it apart from other houses. The renovations have kept the original feeling and at the same time affording modern convenience. Four BRs, 3 BAs, magnificent screened porch only touch on the value. F#51915 $2,195,000 EXCLUSIVE

EAST HAMPTON’S only gated beach and marina community offers this wellmaintained three bedroom home including a separate family room with wood burning stove, attached garage, renovated kitchen with skylight and built-in pantry, lush gardens and a very private lot where your pool can go! F#51089 Well-priced at $599,000 EXCLUSIVE

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