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The H amptons Subway Newsletter By DAn RAttinER

Week of June 13–19, 2014 Riders this past week: 12,812 Rider miles this past week: 141,111 DOWN IN THE TUBE Paul Brennan, the beloved real estate executive at Doug Elliman, was seen on the subway heading from Bridgehampton to Sag Harbor on Wednesday afternoon holding a glass bowl with some engraving on it bearing his name. Gwyneth Paltrow was seen boarding an eastbound subway car at the Southampton station Friday.

JUNE 28 IS HAMPTON SUBWAY DAY Hampton Subway holds a fundraiser on June 28. On that day this year, riders will have to swipe their subway cards twice in the turnstiles in order to get through, with the result that their rides will be costing them $4.50 instead of $2.25. Last year more than $40,000 was raised for the subway, almost enough to cover

June 13, 2014 Page 35 the mandated annual raises by our unionized employees. If you do not care to participate in this once-a-year Hamptons Subway fundraiser on that day, do not ride the subway but go about your business using alternate means of transportation. COMMISSIONER ASPINALL’S MESSAGE A well known celebrity who I cannot name at this time has asked to rent the entire Hampton Subway system for July 4th weekend. This would close Hampton Subway for those four days, but the income from this rental would be so substantial for Hampton Subway that it would allow us to make many needed improvements to our service that we have until now put off. We ask that straphangers let us know what they think by email before the end of the day, because we have to decide.

TROUBLE ON NON-SURVEILLANCE CARS Another pocket was picked on the nonsurveillance car last Thursday. The nonsurveillance car is on every subway, the third car from the back, put there at the request of riders who objected to our policy of having surveillance cameras on every car, by demonstrating on the Southampton platform that they had rights not to be surveilled without their permission. This is the third pick-pocketing reported since the cameras were removed on this car over Memorial Day Weekend. There was also a reported streaker on that car on June 3 at 8:43 p.m. Hampton Subway is now considering what to do next, since there has been a lack of crime on any cars since the cameras were put up last October. HAPPY BIRTHDAY RODNEY M. Rodney M turns 42 next Thursday and everyone in the company is invited to share his birthday with him in the company cafeteria when he cuts the cake at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Rodney M is head of our Subway Police Division. He does not use his last name because he has a second job at night, working as a spy for the CIA, and they don’t allow people to broadcast their full identities, although many of his friends at this company of course know what his last name really is, which is Mitchell.

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Live@ Club Starlight Ross School Benefit in East Hampton Saturday night the Ross School held its 11th annual Live@ Club Starlight concert, a benefit for the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund, which helps the 30% of Ross students who receive financial assistance. KC and the Sunshine Band performed and Russell Simmons was the guest speaker. Photographs by Daniel Gonzalez

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder won four Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch won four as well, including Best Revival and Best Actor Neil Patrick Harris, while Best Play went to All the Way, but Audra McDonald made history by winning a record sixth Tony, for her interpretation of Billie Holiday in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill. Photographs by Barry Gordin

The 59th annual Drama Desk Awards were hosted by Drama Desk and Tony Award winner Laura Benanti at Town Hall in NYC. A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder came home with seven awards followed by Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. There were two two-way ties. Neil Patrick Harris and Jefferson Mays tied for Oustanding Actor in a Musical and Anika Larsen and Lauren Worsham for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical. Photograph by Barry Gordin

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Parrish Art Museum Landscape Pleasures Symposium The Parrish Art Museum hosted "Landscape Pleasures" this past weekend. This year's activities included, a symposium with three speakers and slide shows, a book signing for Hamptons Gardens by Jack deLashmet, a cocktail party for sponsors at the home of Ralph and Ala Isham, and a self-guided tour of four fabulous gardens in Southampton, plus an added treat of touring the gardens at Madoo Conservancy, created by Robert Dash. Photographs by Kimberly Goff

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Where they dine: Jimmy Fallon and his family enjoyed lunch at Bostwick’s Chowder House in East Hampton on Friday afternoon. Susan Sarandon dined at Rowdy Hall on Monday evening with three other guests. Pussycat Doll nicole Scherzinger and a male friend picked up a late dinner to go from Rowdy. Riverhead painter Charles Wildbank will enjoy a solo exhibition at Nammos Estiatorio in Southampton July 4–July 20, with a special opening reception on July 4. Congratulations Kathy Rae! The Dan’s Papers associate publisher married Stephen Hayduk in Lake George on June 5. Cheers to the happy couple! The Southampton estate of Christopher Burch was the scene for celebrating one of his latest investments, Resort Brand Solid & Striped swimwear. The suits were conceived in Water Mill, and are in boutiques all over the Hamptons this summer. The signature striped men’s swimsuits decorated the barbecue and pool party in places where one usually hangs lanterns. Ladies modeled the women’s collection. The scene was a study in extreme coolness; the young and very hip crowd, dressed mostly in cutoffs or short-shorts played bocce and Ping-Pong, headed for the pool, tapped new friends’ phone numbers into their cells, and rocked to the DJ Brendan Fallis’ R&B selections. Another item that stood out: very cool sunglasses—mirrored, cat eye, wayfarer, aviator, you name it. Especially drop-dead were the “Westward Leaning” (Continued on page 46)


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une 1 marks the beginning of the hurricane season on the East Coast, and in celebration of that fact, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Corps Climate Prediction Center (NOAAC CPC for short) predicts how things will go. They do this every year. This year they predict that things should be okay. The phrase used is “less active.” They expect there will be only one or two big hurricanes to worry about. The reason, as NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D. says, is that El Niño is expected to whomp up big time off the coast of California, and the winds it creates will calm down that place in Africa where Atlantic hurricanes start up and gather up steam before heading off to the west to the Caribbean, Florida and, after that, having gotten caught up in the Gulf Stream, further along, to us. Another hurricane-predicting center, this one at Colorado State University, says that, in fact, it will be an even quieter season than predicted by NOAAC CPC. They foresee only one major hurricane this season. What this all means, in my opinion, is that we should hang onto our hats because we are

going to have a whole mess of big hurricanes this summer. The reason I say this is that with all the taxpayer money spent on these two climate-predicting centers, they often get it wrong, as certainly they did in each of the last two years. In 2012, the prediction on June 1 was for the same less-active season they are predicting for this. No big deal. No worries. That was the year that the biggest storm in the history of weather-recording hit the East Coast. Sandy was nearly 1,000 miles across. It lasted two days, caused a 12-foot tidal surge in New York City and caused more than 100 fatalities and $68 billion in damage in New Jersey and Long Island, and we are still, in many parts of the community, trying to recover from it. In size it was unmatched. In violence it was second only to Hurricane Katrina’s hitting New Orleans seven years earlier. Another hurricane that summer, Isaac, grew to major hurricane size in mid-August, devastated Haiti, skipped over Florida and bashed Louisiana, killing a total of 34. All together in 2012 there were 19 storms big enough to be given names. They were Alberto, Beryl, Chris, Debby, Ernesto, Florence, Gordon, Helene, Isaac, Joyce, Kirk,

Leslie, Michael, Nadine, Oscar, Patty, Rafael and Sandy. That was so many that it came within two of exceeding the number of names set aside for storm names. In 2013, the weather-predicting services came out on June 1 with a warning that the hurricane season would be another awful one. There could be as many as six hurricanes with winds exceeding 111 miles an hour. There would be between 13 and 20 storms that would get names—just one shy of the total. The reason was that there was going to be a strong west African monsoon season, whose agitation would birth many hurricanes. The water temperature would be warm, encouraging these small storms to grow, and out west El Niño was just plain asleep at the wheel. What happened? Did you see or hear of any hurricanes? I didn’t see or hear of any hurricanes. The hurricane season was as quiet as a mouse. Remember, you have read this first in Dan’s Papers. So here in 2014 come Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo, Hanna, Isaias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana, Omar, Paulette, Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky and Wilfred. And if we run through all those names, I suggest we name the next one Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D., the infamous administrator of NOAA.

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NIMBY in Action A Planned Sailing School at the Site of the Old Mecox YC Goes Awry By DAn RAttinER

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ast week, I read in a local paper that the Town of Southampton has set up a boat rack on Mecox Bay on the property they own at the end of Bay Lane. It looks like a giant saw horse, and winners of a lottery will be able to rent one of these slots for $125 and keep there a small sailboat hull for the summer. Also on this townowned property is an abandoned little building, about 10’ x 18’, in need of a full renovation, and now referred to as a possible future storage shed. When I first came out to the Hamptons as a teenager, in the 1950s, this little building was the Mecox Bay Yacht Club. There was a flagpole out front with the MBYC flag fluttering beneath an American flag. And there was a floating dock sticking out into the water where little sailboats were tied up. Inside the building were benches and a potbellied stove for when it rained or got chilly. A table and chairs were in there, too. And it was for members only, an exclusive little club.

I think every member had a key. You’d see the members sailing up and down across the bay in the summer. You had to be invited to become a member. In the winter, the young and more athletic members of the local farming community would go iceboating on Mecox Bay. They’d carry their iceboats, little catamarans they made from scratch or from a kit, down Bay Lane on the back of trucks and park by the club. The club was closed, of course. It was a summer peoples’ club. But a few farming families had been given keys to the clubhouse and the kids with the iceboats used this building as a warming hut in the winter. Once, I went down there and got taken aboard one of these graceful little ships by a farm boy and off we went silently sliding across the ice at 40 miles an hour. It was scary and very exhilarating, but three times around a set-up course was enough for me. The kids were aglow with excitement and competitiveness. Hot toddies were available

from a thermos in the building, out of the wind. Bay Lane in those days was a narrow lane that cut through the potato fields to take you down to the dead end at the club in summer or winter. There were no houses on either side of the road, just potato fields over which you could see for miles. The club flagpole could be seen from a half mile away before you got down there. The Mecox Bay Yacht Club came to an end in 1990 and soon fell into ruin. The weeds and bushes grew up around it. At the same time, the potato fields got cut up into residential lots and sold off. Today Bay Lane is bordered on both sides by hedges, behind which are small estates owned mostly by summer people. The road is a narrow, leafy tunnel experience down to the dead end. About three years ago, Bridgehampton resident Jeff Mansfield and his group, the Mecox Sailing Association, got the idea to bring back the club. They asked if the town would lease the property again (Cont’d on next page)

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canal. It’s a nice thing, when so they could restore the you run a weekly newspaper, clubhouse. But there’d be to have the opportunity no running water or heat. to write things that might They were approved for a help fashion the future of wetlands permit and given a a community. Newspapers license agreement. have a voice. Some people objected that What I had been struck in this day and age you don’t by when I first moved out re-start a defunct private here as a teenager was how club on public land, but open and available this Mansfield said they’d hire place was. We had dunes a sailing teacher and offer classes to the locals who and cliffs, ponds and lakes, wanted their kids to learn woods and the ocean, farms, New England towns and how to sail. People objected to that, fishing villages. You could go almost anywhere, do almost saying the teaching would anything. really be only for the In the years that followed, members. Others objected to traveling around the the clearing of the wetlands country, mostly in the that would be necessary. Will future generations still sail the East End? wintertime when the paper Eventually the plan was dropped. Instead, the town might try to have didn’t publish, I was sometimes saddened to a little sailing school there themselves. If they come across other beautiful places that did not could teach swimming, they could teach sailing. have this kind of access. Palm Beach was one. They’d restore the place. They’d have sailboats Carmel, California was another. There were and hire a sailing teacher. Kids could come. Keep Out signs. They were places that could be In my job as editor-in-chief of Dan’s Papers, I enjoyed only by the few. I thought it wonderful opposed the private club, but I welcomed the that our home base on the East End was so idea of a sailing school. The Hamptons is such available to everyone. Thus I was really surprised when I got called a beautiful place with so many reasons to drive around and enjoy its many amenities, why not at the newspaper by an attorney hired by have such a facility down at that dead end? At these Johnny-come-lately people on Bay Lane that time there was no sailing school east of the to fight to prevent even a small sailing school

to open at the dead end there. The arguments were that the narrow road was too narrow for cars to pass one another easily going up and down (because of the hedges they’d installed to keep people from peering into their windows.) Other arguments were there would be a lot of noise down there. There would not be enough places to park. I disagreed with all this. If they prevailed, their dead end would be just that— an essentially private street with no reason for anyone to go down to the end and see the beautiful view of the bay unless invited there by those living along the road. The attempt to open the little sailing school for the kids on their property proceeded apace. But then lawsuits were filed by residents on the street. Two are ongoing today. They will probably continue on for years, and, during this time of legal wrangling, there will be no town facility down there. So the old clubhouse remains a ruin. So now the town has put the racks down there and will rent them out, creating a situation where there is only limited outside traffic on this public road other than the traffic created by those who live there. And there is an unexpected consequence. With this diminished traffic, the value of each resident’s property will soar. Everyone loves the peace and quiet of a dead end. Some day, if every nice thing in the Hamptons gets arranged so as to be an amenity for just the few who live behind hedges nearby to it, it will be a sad day.


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Godzilla I Was the Only Guy in the Theater Until These People Sat in Front of Me

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know the movie Godzilla has pretty much completed its run in all the theaters, but nevertheless I want to write a review of it. It is really neat. I saw this movie because of an unusual circumstance. My wife and I generally go everywhere together. We enjoy movies. But there are categories she doesn’t like and categories I don’t like, so out of mutual deference there are movies we never get around to seeing. The marquee on the front of the East Hampton Cinema enticed me. I was driving down Main Street. NOW HIRING GODZILLA it read. This had gotten good reviews. Not the NOW HIRING part. The GODZILLA part. Driving by, I imagined myself asking her to go and in my mind her saying no thanks. So instead of actually asking her, I just waited for a time that week when she had a dinner out with one of her girlfriends and I went to the 9 p.m. show. I’d be back around midnight.

At this point, Godzilla was already so near the end of its run that I was the only person in the theater. I took an aisle seat. I had my 3-D glasses, my popcorn, a bottle of water. The previews were all for the most violent movies imaginable coming up. Cars exploding, buildings falling, people fleeing for their lives. The theater had tailored them to this audience. In the thunder and flickering light of these previews, a couple came down the aisle and sat four rows down in front of me. The girl, who got there first, moved in three seats and sat down, having apparently seen me sitting alone on the aisle and being courteous enough to try to arrange things so as not to block me. But the guy she was with, with a leather jacket and chains, put his gear down in the empty seat next to the aisle seat. He was having none of it. Standing there, he was claiming the seat blocking me. He pointed to the seat next to the aisle seat. Over here, bitch, it said. She moved.

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not Godzilla, it is not even King Kong, who faced off against Godzilla in a 1962 movie. It is somebody else entirely. Now, I am withholding this information from you so far because that is one of the things that make the Godzilla story so interesting. Godzilla was originally made in the 1950s. In those old black-and-white movies it took a long time, with much fearful anticipation in the audience, for a monster to arrive. That is not the case with most movies today. We’ve got CGI. We get right to it. But in this retelling of Godzilla, it’s old-school. We get a glimpse here. A sneaky thing going on there that nobody can explain. Some critics have complained about how long it takes to bring the monster out into the

Some critics have complained about how long it takes to bring the monster out into the open, but that is what is so pleasurable. open, but that is what is so pleasurable about old-school and why I continue to withhold this information. Feel the fear. Okay. It’s a giant 50-foot-tall cockroach. It’s a cockroach with wings, so it can fly. It’s a cockroach with a hard black shell like a lobster and big claws like an eagle, so it can pick up an M-1 tank, chew it in half and spit it out.

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And we soon learn that there is not one but two of these horrible cockroaches, and they are halfway around the world from each other but moving toward each other in response to a mutual high-pitched mating call with the intention of mating and creating thousands more monsters who, whether with forethought or not, intend to kill everything on the planet and make it theirs. Tokyo is destroyed by this one cockroach. The other cockroach, the female, arises from an underground desert in Nevada, I think, and then destroys Reno while the other goes after Honolulu. Now down goes San Francisco. The American Army, Air Force and Navy try mightily to stop them, but brave as these soldiers and sailors are, the giant cockroaches are having none of it. Enter Godzilla. The American Army thinks he has to be destroyed, too. But a scientist says let them go at it, the three of them. “Godzilla is the natural enemy of these two cockroaches. He will prevail,” he says. But the Army ignores him. Computers predict the meeting of the three will take place in San Francisco Bay between the Golden Gate and the Oakland Bridge. The Army rushes to get there first. It intends to lure them all offshore, where nuclear bombs can be exploded that will tear them all to bits. Secretly, though, the scientist and his buddies try to disarm the timer set to go off, which is, of course, counting down. Let Godzilla go at them. In the end, Godzilla can beat one of the cockroaches, but when the other jumps on his back, he goes down and is being beaten badly by both until, by accident, the Army does something that distracts one of the cockroaches and Godzilla sees his chance. My favorite scene in the movie is when Godzilla, having finally dispatched both cockroaches, dies himself. He lies in the rubble, dead. People mourn. Then Godzilla coughs, shakes himself, gets up and looks at the scientist who disarmed the bomb, and you don’t know if Godzilla is showing compassion or thankfulness or what. And then Godzilla wanders off and into the sea. Movie over. This was just so well done. It’s somewhere between Independence Day and Jurassic Park in its cinematography, plot sequence and ridiculousness. Kids would like it. I loved it. From time to time, I have thought up movie plots that I have subsequently written up into treatments published in this newspaper. I am open to offers. Here’s what I thought up while walking out to my car. A rich man is sitting out by his pool. A servant arrives, bearing a drink on a tray. The earth shivers. And now the surface of the drink is tipped in relation to the glass that contains it. The man now notices that the water in his pool is high at one end and lower at the other. Then he sees the servant walking off at what appears to be an angle. This is about fracking. The explosions underground have messed up gravity and made the planet lopsided. It gets worse and worse. And soon the planet is in danger of wandering off its orbit to someplace unknown. I haven’t yet figured out how it ends.


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Vanessa Carlton Plays Westhampton Beach on June 15 “keep up-and-coming artists afloat,” says Carlton. “People can really explore.” The ubiquitous live music venues in Nashville will also challenge Carlton. “It takes courage to just jump onto that stage, and I’d like to be more courageous.”

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hen Vanessa Carlton first played the opening piano notes of “A Thousand Miles,” she couldn’t fathom the overwhelming success the song would see. “I’m an artist that you wouldn’t think would have a big song like that,” she says. Musicians and lyricists who prioritize staying honest in their craft are more inclined to fit the role of ‘starving artists,’ and the commercial acclaim of “A Thousand Miles,” which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and remained on the charts for a total of 41 weeks, was “both amazing and a challenge, and I think I navigated it, by this point, really well,” Carlton says. Carlton has been able to parlay her early success into creating a career and musical repertoire that includes four albums with a fifth, titled Liberman, set to be released next year. “The beauty of [“A Thousand Miles”] is it allows me the freedom to make these albums that are art projects that I can, in a lot of areas, fund myself.” Initially, “A Thousand Miles” also cast a shadow that the self-described shy singer wanted to step out of in order to create a career that fit her artistic vision. “I wasn’t ready to figure out what my next step was after [“A Thousand Miles”],” Carlton says. It took her five years to slow down and thoughtfully piece together new material.

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The beauty of “A Thousand Miles” is it allows me the freedom to make these albums that are art projects that I can fund myself. The culmination of struggles and writer’s block was Carlton’s fourth studio album, Rabbits on the Run, released in 2011. “Rabbits on the Run was a big transition for me,” Carlton says. “It came at a time when I had left the major label system, and it was really liberating for me. I felt like I could explore weird stuff and make the album I wanted to make. That was invigorating.” Liberman, her upcoming album, draws its title from her grandfather’s real last name, which he changed due to social pressures. The name change always bugged Carlton, and “the whole album is going to go back to…that pure truth. “The new album is much more philosophical,” Carlton continues. “It’s the story of one person; and also the story of every person.” When the singer/songwriter comes to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Sunday, June 15, she’ll play songs that span her body of work. “[I’ll play] fan favorites from each record, a lot of my favorites and a big chunk of my new stuff that’s going to be coming out next year,” Carlton says. The New York–based artist has never been to the East End, and the opportunity could have passed her by, as she and her husband John J. McCauley III are moving to Nashville soon. McCauley was living in Music City when they first met. Carlton notes that the appeal of Nashville is not just its affinity for country music, but its warmth and accessibility to all artists. The city’s many affordable home-recording studios

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palding Gray and Kathie Russo moved to the East End in 1996. This is where they raised their two sons and Russo’s daughter. They first lived in Sag Harbor in what would become known as “the Green House” in Gray’s famous monologue “Morning, Noon and Night,” which chronicled his domestic life. In 2001, the family relocated to a house in North Haven. Gray was raised in Barrington, Rhode Island, a sleepy town on the Atlantic. One of the biggest draws of Sag Harbor was the water: In a 2004 N ew York Magazine article, Russo recalls, “Spalding had to see water every day…It just cleared his head…You know, you go down to the ocean, and whoosh, everything just leaves you, all your troubles.” For many years, Gray docked

his Beetle Cat sailboat in the Sag Harbor Yacht Yard. Gray, the legendary monologist and writer, performed many of his acclaimed one-man shows at Performance Space 122 in SoHo, both works-inprogress and finished pieces. In 2004, Gray died from an apparent suicide. According to his widow, Russo, “he thought of PS122 as home.” Since 1980, Performance Space 122 has been bringing the innovative and challenging work of artists and actors such as Gray, John Leguizamo, Eric Bagosian, Jonathan Ames, Meredith Monk and Maria Hassabi, among many others, to the public’s attention. The organization’s mission is “to re-establish the value of live performance, provide singular experiences for audiences that inspire critical thinking and

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sustain the creative process for artists throughout their career.” Housed in what used to be an abandoned public school, PS122, has been undergoing a dramatic renovation since 2011 in order to remove columns, update facilities and meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Much of the funding for the project comes from the City of New York and the city’s Departments of Consumer Affairs and Design and Construction. In February of this year, PS122 launched the Give Performance Space (GPS) Campaign. The mission of GPS is to further the organization’s support for artists, actors and creative space in New York City. It is co-chaired by award-winning actor Alan Cumming, director Stella Schnabel and Charles L. Kerr, the vice president of PS122’s board. As part of the GPS Campaign, Russo is hosting a “Celebration of Spalding Gray and Performance Space 122’s New Building” at her home in Sag Harbor. She says, “It is my personal mission to carry on Spalding’s legacy by putting his name permanently on a space [in PS122].” Russo currently works as the Special Projects Coordinator at Stony Brook Southampton’s MFA in Creative Writing and Literature Program. She coordinates the Wednesday Writers Speak series that runs in the fall and spring, which features lectures and readings by acclaimed authors. As another way of honoring her late husband, Russo is bringing “Stories Left to Tell” to the Avram Theater on the Southampton campus, a work she conceived and organized, and will co-host alongside Alec Baldwin, Jonathan Ames, Mike Daisy and Mercedes Ruehl. On Thursday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m., Ruehl, author Matt Klam and writer/director/actor Ain Gordon, among others, will perform “Stories Left to Tell,” a collection of Gray’s well-known monologues and previously unpublished writings from journals and letters. The performance was first staged to much acclaim in 2007 at the Minetta Lane Theater in Greenwich Village. The New York Times called it “vividly funny, joyous, devastating, affecting, gorgeous…a breathing portrait.”

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one much larger, expansive space large enough to serve as another exhibition room. A formerly closed side entrance has now been reopened— facilitating access from the side yard to the main hall. The grounds, Thompson explains, are central to many of the Center’s summer programs. Southampton Center’s first director, Thompson began in February of this year. With a background in multidisciplinary theater, she worked as an actor, got a masters in Institutional Fundraising and worked for American Ballet Theater, Carnegie Hall and Tricia Brown Dance Company in New York City. She was most recently the Director of Adult Education and Arts of the 92nd Street Y.

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hen I write “Who’s Here” profiles for Dan’s Papers, I almost never inject my own feelings about the person I am describing. But in the case of David Walentas, something came up in my first encounter with him 20 years ago, almost by accident, that makes this an exception. Walentas and his wife, Jane, had just bought the largest dairy farm in the Hamptons, the 100-acre Sayre Baldwin place on Hayground Road, when I first met him. Baldwin had become wealthy running that farm. He was the longtime Chairman of the Bridgehampton National Bank. But when he died, in 1987, his son Dan moved to Delaware to farm on a 1,000acre spread there and put his father’s farm up for sale. He soon met a little-known New York City real estate developer who made him an offer of $2 million. David Walentas had much experience working on farms as a young man in upstate New York. Walentas would continue the farm as a horse farm, and as a retreat for his family. And so the transaction proceeded. Walentas, a handsome, slender man about my height (five-eight), showed me around the farm back then. This was in 1992. He told me he had removed the trailers in which the help lived, and with the town’s permission, had built them, to code, a new and proper housing unit. He showed me the main house and the pastures and the indoor riding rings he was constructing. We walked by workmen in trucks with South Carolina license plates that were part of a trucking company that Walentas had just purchased and was restoring back to health. “I spend a lot of time in South Carolina,” he said. It was a beautiful day, and we walked around and through the pastures to see the great corn silo behind the farmhouse on the property. All would be saved. And indeed they have been to this day. This grand farm today is known as “Two Trees” and is where the Bridgehampton Polo matches are held every Saturday in July and August every summer. In the course of that walk-around, however, Walentas mentioned another project he hoped would be successful. He had bought a huge section of waterfront in what was then the rundown, crime-ridden borough of Brooklyn. It faced out onto the skyscrapers of Manhattan and was called Fulton Landing, bounded on one end by the East River, on the sides by the

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The man who brought Dumbo to Brooklyn has special lifetime ties to the Hamptons. two bridge overpasses for the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges and at the back the BrooklynQueens Expressway. All together it was five blocks one way and six blocks the other, built up shoulder-to-shoulder with warehouses and former manufacturing plants, mostly abandoned, ranging from 5 to 15 stories high.

“It’s about 2 million square feet of space,” he told me. “It has water views, much of it, and there are beautiful old cobblestone streets. I’m going to make it a new section of New York City.” When I first moved to Montauk from New Jersey as a teenager years before, I was fascinated to find out that the big building in the center of that town, the great hotel on the hill and a dozen or more other buildings and ranches and yacht clubs, had been all built in the late 1920s by a man named Carl Fisher. The big building, seven stories high, standing alone in the center of town, was intended to be the first of many skyscrapers. Montauk was to be a major summer resort city. The project failed in the Crash of ’29. But one could not but admire the grandeur of the effort. This project in Brooklyn, it seemed to me, at the other end of the island, was of the same order as the one at Montauk. My immediate reaction to learning of it was that I wanted to see it. I had never been there before as far as I knew. All those dreary abandoned buildings in Brooklyn looked the same to me. I also immediately decided I liked this man and his dream. “We’re changing the name,” he told me. “You know how SOHO and NOHO in lower Manhattan have become successful? This we intend to call DUMBO. It stands for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass.” Weeks later, Walentas had me meet him there. It was a dark, abandoned, almost sinister place. Nobody was around. Occasionally a truck would drive through the potholes of the cobblestone street. We walked the site. He took me to the waterfront, which was almost entirely blocked from the interior by the abandoned buildings. Trash was strewn everywhere. You had to be crazy to want to develop this. “I bought it from Helmsley-Spear for $12 million,” he told me. “But I didn’t have the $12 million. So I borrowed it. Not from a bank. I couldn’t get a bank to lend me the money on this. I borrowed much of it from Ronald and Leonard Lauder.” Walentas’s wife, Jane, worked for Esteé Lauder. David had apparently talked them into it. I had one exhilarating thought as I walked through this. As it was bound on all four sides, it clearly had an identity as a section of the city. Dumbo? It could happen. At that point, in 1992, I had been running summer newspapers for 30 years. I often sized up new communities I visited where there were (Cont’d on next page)


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Who (Continued from previous page) no newspapers yet. “If you can make this happen,” I told him, “I will put a newspaper in it.” Well, it happened. But I didn’t. But we all know what has happened to Dumbo during the generation that followed. In the roughand-tumble world of real estate development, Dumbo has become a huge success. And Walentas not only still owns almost all of it, he has also bought a million more square feet of adjacent warehouse space to develop. Last week, when, at Walentas’s invitation, I returned to have a look, I found streets filled with people, cars and trucks, businesses, coffee houses, art galleries, stores, apartments, lofts, software businesses and nightspots and even a half-mile-long park along the waterfront with

We walked through the community and up into the Clocktower Penthouse of the tallest “I am solely responsible for Dumbo. building, which is currently on the market We didn’t get a lot of help from the for $15 million, more than two-thirds the price Walentas paid for the whole shebang government and nobody wanted to 30 years earlier. He has become a billionaire. work with us for a long time.” And the two of us, about 50 years old then, are now 70. the magnificent views of both bridges framing “My son Jed runs the place now,” Walentas Manhattan across the water. Playgrounds and said, a twinkle in his eye. “I work for him.” walkways and even a grand carousel occupied Last month the publication The Real Deal the park. Parents and children were everywhere. interviewed billionaire Walentas about these 30 “Made in Philadelphia in 1922,” David told years. I found it on Google. Here is one part of me as he pointed out the carousel—48 horses. the exchange between reporter and developer. “My wife had it brought in here and restored “What has been your biggest contribution to it. We hired architect Jean Nouvel to build the society?” pavilion that surrounds.” “My kid, Jed, who is terrific. But in a larger sense, probably Dumbo. As a large urban development, it is one of the few things that will matter in 100 years.” “You make it sound like you are solely AND WALK AWAY™™ responsible for Dumbo.” AND WALK AWAY “I am solely responsible. My wife Jane, who has been my partner, certainly she was responsible, but we didn’t get a lot of help from the government and nobody wanted to work with us for a long time. Nobody really got it. The planning people didn’t get it. The community board voted against every rezoning we proposed down there. My partners all quit, so we ended up with all the marbles.” David Walentas was born and raised SILHOUETTE ULTRAGLIDE®®22 SILHOUETTE®®ULTRAGLIDE in Rochester, New York. When he was six, CLICK SYSTEM CLICKAND ANDWALK WALKAWAY AWAY™™SYSTEM his father, who worked for the post office, AAconvenient, self-lowering system provides easy operation with just one click convenient, self-lowering system provides easy operation with just one click while whileenhancing enhancingthe thesafety safetyofofevery everyhome. home.Contact Contactusustotolearn learnmore! more! had a stroke and became paralyzed. The following year, his mother, struggling to Dream Windows & Interiors hold a job while taking care of her husband, Dream29Windows & Interiors essentially farmed out the kids to live on Montauk Hwy 29 Montauk Hwy Westhampton NY farms owned by neighbors in the town of Red Westhampton NY 9-5 9-5 Creek, halfway between Rochester and Buffalo. 631-325-5900 631-325-5900 www.dwandi.com The farm David lived on had a water www.dwandi.com pump in the kitchen, an outhouse and a wood stove. © 2014 Hunter Douglas. All rights reserved.

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The East End Farmer Markets Are Open! By StACy DERMOnt

What’s in season? Asparagus, bamboo, eggs, greens, leeks, meats, most herbs, mushrooms, onions, peas, radishes, rhubarb and seafood. Tomatoes are around the corner, as are basil, eggplant, peppers... Strawberries are here! Next up will be raspberries, blackberries and blueberries (to go with those sweet peaches!), followed by cherries. We close the summer berry season with beach plums just before Labor Day and head into—yum—the autumn raspberry crop. The East End is now home to 15 weekly farmers markets. Our local farmers markets are seasonal, except for the Saturday Riverhead Farmers Market, which is open year-round. Below is a complete list of the East End farmers markets. And don’t forget, Dan’s Papers is the only publication that lists all of the markets in our calendars every week, with additional information available at DansPapers.com.

Hayground School Farmers Market 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton Fridays 3 p.m.– 6:30 p.m. Through August 29

Southampton Farmers Market 25 Jobs Lane Sundays, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Through October 12

Montauk Farmers Market Village Green, Center of Town Thursdays, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. June 12 – October 9 (Plus October 11 & 12, during Montauk’s fall festival)

Springs Farmers Market Ashawagh Hall 780 Springs Fireplace Road Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Through October 15

Sag Harbor Farmers Market Bay and Burke Streets Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Through October 25

Westhampton Beach Farmers Market 85 Mill Road Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Through November 22

nORtH FORK Greenport Farmers Market 622 First Street Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Through October 11 Mattituck Farmers Market 95 Love Lane Fridays 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Through October 31 North Fork Table & Inn Farmers Market 57225 Main Road, Southold Fridays 9 a.m. – Noon Summer Riverhead Farmers Market Municipal Parking Lot near Aquarium Thursdays, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Through October 30 Riverhead Farmers Market Behind 117 East Main Street Saturdays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Shelter Island Farmers Market 16 South Ferry Road Saturdays 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Through September 6 SOUtH FORK East Hampton Farmers Market 136 North Main Street Fridays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Through August 29 Flanders Farm Fresh Food Market 655 Flanders Road Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. June 21 – October 18 Hampton Bays Farmers Market 165 Ponquogue Ave. Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Through August 30

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He was completely broke. “All I wanted to do was go home. I found the captain of a 3,000-ton Danish freighter leaving for the States and convinced him to take me along. I’d be a deckhand. Then I had to convince him to also take my VW. It was my only possession. We landed in Brooklyn and I drove to a bloodbank and sold a pint of my blood for $10 so I would have enough money for gas for the drive home to Rochester.” Soon Walentas was back in school, back at the University of Virginia, getting a graduate degree in Business Administration. Then he got a job with Singer and, as an engineer, went to Australia and Japan. With the money he made, he paid back his college loans. In 1968, at the age of 30, he went into the real estate business with Jeff Byers in Manhattan. They’d be developers. Byers owned an art gallery in the city. But he was also the heir to several fortunes. His great grandfather owned Byers Steel, his grandmother was Mrs. W. R. Grace and his father was William Paley. Byers and Walentas called their real estate firm Two Trees. “We made a lot of money in the New York City real estate business,” Walentas said. “We converted apartments to co-ops. We developed Alwyn Court (at 58th Street and Seventh Avenue.)’’ Byers jumped out a window in December 1975, apparently, according to Walentas, in the belief that he was not as good or as wealthy as people thought he was. It was a year after the country went into recession and it was a terrible blow for Walentas but he continued on. He also managed to survive the recession of 1990. Soon after that, he went heavily into Manhattan real estate and (Continued on page 60)


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Who (Continued from page 56) then Brooklyn. Besides his dream at Dumbo, he restored and converted 110 Livingston Avenue, the former School Headquarters building in Brooklyn. Today, he and his son own and rent out more than 3,000 apartment units in New York, including almost 1,000 at the Mercedes House at West 53rd Street and 11th Avenue. They also own most of J.P. Morgan Chase International Plaza in Dallas. And then there is Domino, a new project on the Brooklyn waterfront, two miles north from Dumbo. After touring Dumbo with Walentas last week, Walentas drove me there. Many old waterfront buildings there were undergoing demolition with wrecking balls. Walentas spread out some plans. Domino, when accepted by the city planners, will consist

All I can say is that David Walentas has established himself as one of this country’s great real estate developers. of four new buildings, two of which will be 50-story towers on the waterfront flanking a full restoration of the former Domino Sugar Building at Second Street South. There will be a waterfront park, 2500 apartments and 500,000 square feet of office and retail space. And much of the project, 20%, will be low-income housing. (It got its final go-ahead by the city last week, Walentas emailed me yesterday.) I don’t know what else to say about David Walentas, his wife, Jane, and son Jed. Here in Bridgehampton, he got permission last year

to put a small development of private homes on the most northerly reaches of the farm he owns. It’s 17 lots on 34 acres. The homes will have beautiful views of the polo fields, the pond in the back and farm house and silos and barns and stables in the front on the road on the remaining 65 acres, which will remain as farmland far, far into the future. All I can say is that David Walentas has established himself as one of this country’s great real estate developers, in this case building an entire neighborhood in New York City where there had been none before, and now, at Domino, perhaps a second. According to an article in Forbes magazine, Walentas has had stitched the motto “No Guts— No Glory” into all his shirts to remind himself of the daring, cowboy-like role he has chosen to take in this world as his life’s work. And now his son carries on.

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By BOB GELBER

I often get asked the question “What do you think is the best car in the world?” My usual response is “The best car for what use?” That’s probably the most honest answer to that question, because not every car is every person’s cup of tea. Please don’t be swayed by all the advertising lingo that bombards us every day on television and in newspapers and magazines. A Rolls-Royce is not the best car on the

planet, a BMW is not the ultimate driving machine, a Cadillac is not the standard of the world, excellence is not expected in all Porsches and not everyone will be seeing the USA in their Chevrolets. These are all fine motorcars, all produced by earnest manufacturers who are all just trying to make a car and a buck, but not one of them makes the best car in the world. The fact remains that there is not really one car that can actually make everyone happy. There is not one car that is the most beautiful, the most dependable, the fastest or the best made. Let me further make my case.

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BUiLD QUALity Rolls-Royce and its sibling, Bentley, both have astounding build quality—and they should, because they cost a fortune. Both these cars are designed and produced by dedicated English craftsmen who live and work in a country that has produced high-quality products for hundreds of years. Making a car with a woodand-leather interior to die for is just as routine as compiling a library for a royal’s castle. There’s a magic about driving a car that could perhaps be called “terribly British.” Yet, with all this astounding build quality, these masterpieces of fine art are no more dependable than a Honda Civic. As crazy as it may sound, a Honda Civic, a poor serf of a vehicle in comparison to a “Roller,” is a very high bar to reach when discussing dependability. SPEED Take three fast cars—a Ferrari, a Porsche and a Corvette. All dream machines and poster children for a teenager’s bedroom wall. Every one impossibly fast, with top speeds of almost 200 miles per hour. Possibly the most illequipped cars for Manhattan traffic and the 55 mph Long Island Expressway. Yet these machines are really the pinnacles of automotive engineering. They represent the latest advances in the art of the automobile. They are faster than most private propeller airplanes, and as the old 1950s MG ads used to explain, “Safety Fast.” Except in the ’50s, the fastest cars were lucky to exceed 100 mph. Are these the best cars in the world? Certainly not, because they are one-trick ponies...geniuses at going fast safely. But where? BEAUty Aha—we all know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so while a Ford Mustang might excite a 20-year-old and a Chrysler minivan could wow a family man with four kids, who’s to say what car is more beautiful than another? Over the years, sporty-looking cars have won most beauty contests, especially the cars without roofs. I guess people just like the rides that ruffle their hair, give them a touch of skin cancer, and make it impossible to hear their radios. However, beauty certainly does sell automobiles. Is the 1965 Jaguar XK-E the most beautiful Jaguar? What about the 1964 Ferrari 250 Lusso? Is the ’40 Ford Coupe better looking than the ’36? Is the grill of a Mercedes nicer then the one on a BMW?

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Parental Guide to Water Park Survival By SALLy FLynn

As we enter summer, hundreds of kind-hearted, child-loving but delusional parents all over the East End will be taking their precious children to water parks. They envision a wonderful family day with well-behaved children who wait patiently in long lines and speak politely to others—including their parents. And at the end of the long day, on the long ride home, the children say, “Gee, Mom and Dad, we had such a wonderful day. Thank you for spending your hard-earned money on us so we could have a cherished family memory.” Ahh...the dream never dies. But just in case the day doesn’t go as planned, here’s a few tips on how to survive a day at the water park.

the same-aged children, who seem like nice people. Talk to them and arrange a swap. You take their kids home with you, and they take yours. You both meet back at the same water park on the same day next year and swap kids again. Sometimes, to be an effective parent, you can’t stop at thinking outside the box, you have to think outside the bouncy house. 5. If you don’t mind looking silly, here are a few things you can do to ensure that your next water park trip will be your last: Don’t bring enough money for snacks. Embarrass your kids by getting stuck sideways in the water slide tube. Be the only parent in the whole park who needs the lifeguard to get out of the three-foot deep pool. Be the parent who stands up in the

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1. The level of aggravation you experience at a water park is directly proportional to the amount of alcohol you consume. Make a thermos or two of daiquiris. Plus, use a syringe to inject vodka into half a dozen fresh oranges. If the kids get way out of hand, sit down, give them them virgin oranges and have a vodka orange. That will dull the aggravation, and you will look like a politically correct, nutritionally conscious parent giving your young children oranges instead of junk food from the concession. 2. Do not buy all those expensive sunscreen lotions. The kids hate them and fight with you when you call them over to reapply. Cheap T-shirts and a jar of Noxzema is all they need. The fact that Mom’s expensive makeup is being melted off in the hot sun and her hair will look like hell at the end of the day is enough of a sacrifice. 3. Hire a babysitter. Whatever she charges, it’s worth it. Leave her and the kids at the gate. Tell her she just has to show up at the exit in six hours with the same kids, preferably alive, and you will consider her job well done. 4. Based on the fact that your kids are always good for other parents and vice versa, find another set of parents in the water park, with


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iOS 8 will retain the visual styling of 7, but under the hood, quite a bit has changed. Apple is introducing HealthKit—software that can unify the data it receives from all sorts of healthand exercise-monitoring devices. Everything from blood pressure to the amount of steps you’ve walked that day can be compiled into charts and statistics that give you an overall idea of your health. Mayo Clinic has already jumped on board with HealthKit, and will be rolling out an app to integrate the data and use it to proactively manage a patient’s healthcare. Another new addition to iOS 8 is HomeKit. HomeKit is essentially a common language that can be used by all sorts of forthcoming home devices. The list of partners in this venture

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22nd Annual Decorators-Dealers-Designers Sale & Auction The 22nd annual Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Gala was a big success with almost every item sold, all to benefit Southampton Fresh Air Home. The mission of the Southampton Fresh Air Home is to provide an enriching camp for physically challenged children. Photographs by Katlean de Monchy

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Citizens for Access Rights Fundraiser at The Stephen Talkhouse Citizens for Access Rights held its annual fundraiser at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett last Thursday. Members, officers and friends supported CfAR's efforts to protect beach access for all of us on the East End. Photographs by Richard Lewin

Dan Leland of East End Land Surveying and Brian Buckhout of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

CfAR President Tim Taylor welcomes East Hampton Town Justice Steve Tekulsky The message was clear from Matt Dauch and Cindy Allentuck

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8th Annual Montauk Harbor Old Timers Dinner The Montauk Harbor Old Timers Dinner was held at Salivar's last Thursday, honoring the Nessel Brothers. Photographs by Patria Baradi Pacis

On Saturday bikers, runners and swimmers gathered in Montauk to compete in the 32nd Robert J. Aaron Mighty Montauk Triathlon. Local beneficiaries included the Montauk Ambulance Squad, Montauk Senior Nutrition Center, the East Hampton PBA and Montauk's St.Therese of Lisieux Church's Youth Group. Photograph by Richard Lewin

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eborah Brenner first fell in love with Greenport five years ago, when she sailed her sailboat from Connecticut to the North Fork. Little did she know that she would eventually be docked for much longer than a summer afternoon. Recently named as the Executive Director of the Long Island Merlot Alliance (LIMA), Brenner brings a rich background of oenology to the region, and is here to stay. Wine Spectator magazine named Brenner’s book, Women of the Vine: Inside the World of Women Who Make, Taste and Enjoy Wine, on its Top 100 list. In the book, she interviewed some of the most prominent female winemakers in California, and developed a firsthand knowledge of viticulture. In 2007, she founded the first cooperative wine brand with six women winemakers of Napa, Sonoma and Paso Robles, which handled sales, marketing and distribution for 23 states. As part of a broad reorganization that included changing the alliance’s name from Merliance to LIMA, Brenner has already begun executing an expansion plan that includes redefining the mission and vision of the brand. She recently hired a research fellow and oversaw the launch of the new Merliance Wine Trail, as well as helping to coordinate the production and release of Merliance wine, the only cooperative wine made on Long Island.

Profits from the sale of Merliance provide sole funding for LIMA. “It’s the business model that supports the organization and promotes the varietal,” says Brenner. “The member wineries commit one to four barrels of their merlot. Then we sell it, and they recoup the cost. [The object is] to promote community, share and network. Everything we are learning will benefit each other.” “The Long Island wine business is on fire, and we’re excited to have Deborah on board to facilitate the growth of our alliance,” said Roman Roth, president of LIMA and partner/winemaker at Wölffer Estate Vineyard. “Her enthusiasm and expertise will be instrumental in growing this cooperative effort. It’s imperative for the wineries of Long Island to collaborate in order to achieve our quality goals and ultimately benefit the region as a whole.” Brenner will work closely with LIMA members. “We want people to think Merlot equals Long Island,” says Brenner. “We eat locally, we need to drink locally. The talent of the winemakers, it’s not just agro-tourism. It time to put Long Island’s appellation in the same league as the big wine makers.” A life-long New Yorker—Brenner was born in the Bronx and grew up in Rockland County—she says she is “so excited to be bringing my industry experience to my home town. The Hamptons are producing world-class wines. The talents are under-recognized by many. It’s great to work in an organization where

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everyone is working towards one goal: to benefit Long Island Wine Country as a whole.” Contributing on both a Long Island-based level and statewide as a member of Farm Aid and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s Working Agricultural Group, Brenner is thrilled by the culture she has found here. “I can immerse myself in the local agriculture and wines. When people really embrace the local food, they are also supporting the local economy.” Gillibrand has held listening sessions in agricultural communities throughout the state to make sure the next farm bill is good for New York. Brenner is looking forward to increasing LIMA’s presence on Long Island and beyond. In addition to participating in Harvest East End, Merliance Wine will be featured at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Westchester in October. “We are working to get out there,” says Brenner. She is also enthusiastic about the Merliance Wine Trail, celebrating the release of the 2011 Merliance cooperative red blend. Tastings are held at each of the seven participating wineries: Sherwood House Vineyards, Clovis Point, T’Jara Vineyards, McCall Wines, Lieb Cellars, Raphael, and Wölffer Estate Vineyard. Participants can pick up a Merliance Wine Trail Map at one of the member wineries and after each visit, the winery will stamp a card. At the final winery, they will receive a free bottle of Merliance. Better hurry: summer is short and the trail awaits!

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SATuRDAy, juNE 14 sHelTeR islAnd FARMeRs MARKeT 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Through 9/6. 16 S. Ferry Rd, Shelter Island. GReenPORT FARMeRs MARKeT 9 a.m.–1 p.m. 621 First Street, Greenport. WeeKly RiveRHeAd FARMeRs MARKeT 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Old Swezey’s. 117 East Main Street, Riverhead. live MUsiC eveRy sATURdAy AT lenZ WineRy 2–5 p.m. Also on Sundays. The Lenz Winery, 38355 Main Road, Peconic. 631-734-6010 lenzwine.com live MUsiC AT MARTHA ClARA vineyARds 2–5 p.m. Also Sundays. No cover. Martha Clara, 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-298-0075 marthaclaravineyards.com live MUsiC AT lieB CellARs OReGOn ROAd 2–5 p.m. Every Saturday. Open every day from noon–7 p.m. 13050 Oregon Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-1942 liebcellars.com live MUsiC AT sHeRWOOd HOUse vineyARds 2–6 p.m. No cover. Sherwood House Vineyards, 1291 Main Road, Jamesport. 631-779-2817 sherwoodhousevineyards.com

SuNDAy, juNE 15 COney islAnd BURlesQUe AT sUFFOlK THeATeR 8 p.m. A revival of the most notorious “girlie revue.” $25. 118 East Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-4343 suffolktheater.com For more events and to post your event online, go to Events.DansPapers.com. Events submitted by noon Friday will be considered for the print calendar.


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FOODIES

Delight in local beer, wine, produce and baked goods.

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itting dockside at Westlake Fish House in Montauk, you’ll find yourself surrounded by sights and sounds that define The End—the water, the boats and, thanks to Chef Larry Kolar, a menu that includes the rich inspiration of locally sourced seafood, produce and wine. “Westlake offers up just what the locals and our summer visitors want,” said the glowing Dan’s Papers restaurant review of Westlake (you can read the entire review at DansPapers.com). “A well-edited menu of modern takes on traditional dishes prepared with an experienced hand. Flip that same menu over and it’s all sushi and sashimi. Impressive.” Kolar and Westlake Fish House will be making an undoubtedly impressive showing at the fourth annual Dan’s Taste of Two Forks this July, part of the culinary celebration that, along with GrillHampton, is Dan’s Taste of Summer Weekend. As he looks forward to serving up a special treat to the guests under the big tent in Sayre Park on July 12, Kolar whets our appetite with talk about the life-changing power of Crepe Suzette, an eminently drinkable summer picnic basket and his love of local.

What are you most looking forward to at Dan’s Taste of Two Forks this year? I like to be a part of showing what Long Island has to offer. Describe the culinary experience that made you decide food was going to be your life I asked my mom for Crepes Suzette as a birthday cake on my seventh birthday. What have been the biggest and best changes you’ve witnessed in the culinary culture of the East End in the past five years? I think the wines are getting really delicious.

Finish this sentence: An empty plate is… a happy guest.

Where do you find inspiration, inside and outside the kitchen? From speaking to my guests and listening to stories of their journeys.

Dan’s Taste of Summer—held at Sayre Park, 156 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton—kicks off with GrillHampton on Friday, July 11, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. General admission tickets are $120 (inclusive of all food and beverages). Dan’s Taste of Two Forks is Saturday, July 12. Taste of Two Forks VIP tickets are available for $240, including early admission from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; General Admission (GA) tickets from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. are available for $160 (inclusive of all food & beverage).

If you were packing for an East End picnic, what This year the weekend comprising Taste of Two are three things we’d find in your basket? Wine, tequila and probably more wine. Forks and GrillHampton has been dubbed Dan’s Taste of Summer. What does the phrase “taste of What drink are you looking forward to enjoying summer” mean to you? Taste of Summer is literally the tastes of Long on a hot summer night? Uihleins Fun book ad resources. 2012:Layout 1 4/18/12 Corey 3:38Creek PM Gewürztraminer. Page 1 Island’s abundant natural

Dan’s Taste of Summer Weekend Packages are available as well: 1 ticket for GrillHampton and 1 GA ticket for Taste of Two Forks is $260; 1 ticket for GrillHampton and 1 VIP ticket for Taste of Two Forks is $340. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit DansTasteofSummer.com.

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ooking for fresh produce, juicy fruit or locally made treats for the gluten free, vegan, or meatlover in your family? Then head on over to the Montauk Farmers Market, home of some of the freshest and best artisanal food on the East End. The Montauk Farmers Market is now open every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Green. Peruse the variety of vendors, walk around with the kids or swing by to pick up one of Life is Gruff’s all-natural dog treats for your best furry friend. Here are just a few of the goodies you’ll find at the Montauk Farmers Market this year: Vendors like Amber Waves Farm, Open Minded Organics and Goodwater Farms will have stands brimming with fresh, organic produce grown across the South Fork—in Amagansett, Bridgehampton and East Hampton. Specialty vegetables, eggs and medicinal herbs will be available at the Bonac Farms stand. Bhumi Farms will have organically grown and presorted salad mixes for the leaf-lover in your family. If you are looking for something a little sweeter, Dawn’s Delicious Delights will offer cookies, cupcakes and other desserts. Carissa’s Breads will also be selling baked goods alongside their famous bread, baked fresh daily by Amagansett’s own artisan baker Carissa Waechter. And Sweet Andie’s Cookies will be serving up their namesake treat to sugar-lovers straight from their Westhampton Beach bakery. In addition to the usual fruit and vegetables you normally see at a farmers market, the vendors you will find on the Green reflect Montauk’s place on the East End of Long Island. Multiple wineries like Wölffer Estate Vineyards and Pindar/Duck Walk Vineyards

will showcase some of the best wine Long Island has to offer. If local wine, desserts and produce aren’t enough— Amagansett Sea Salt will feature a stand packed with local artisanal sea salt and blends. Their sea salts are solar evaporated right here on the East End. Hampton Seafood Company will also be stocked with fresh local fish and seafood, caught right off the coast of the South Fork in East Hampton. If all this food (or the heat) has you thirsty for a glass of something cool, head on over to the stands housing Sweet’tauk’s delicious handmade lemonade or Miss Lady Root Beer’s homebrewed root beer and cream soda for some quick relief. Or, if you’re itching for something a little stronger, True Blue Coffee will be selling their organic Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee by the pound. For all you carb lovers out Small batch, big flavor! there, the Montauk Farmers Market will also play host to artisan vendors like Arlotta Food Studio (offering flavored olive oils) and Bambino Ravioli & Fresh Pasta Co., who handcraft their fresh pasta and

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The Montauk Farmers Market Has Begun ravioli. Raw Oasis Foods will help round out the market with a table showcasing packaged foods for those following gluten free, dairy free, low glycemic and vegan diets alike. If you’re in the mood for a little vegetarian-friendly protein, check out a few of the tables stockpiled with nuts: Lorna’s Nuts will showcase a table of gourmet nuts and treats, while The 3 Nuts will feature various nut butter flavors. Be sure to check out the array of beautifully arranged flowers from Regina’s Farm Stand, Balsam Farms or Pierpont’s Blossoms Farms. And, if you find yourself strolling around the Green hungry for some lunch, follow your nose to the savory pizzas and stuffed meat rolls made by the market’s own Monty Foods. More good news: proceeds from the farmers market benefit the Montauk Food Pantry.

The Montauk Farmers Market operates every Thursday through October 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Green (across from the Chamber Building). For more information, call the Montauk Chamber of Commerce at 631-668-2428, montaukchamber.com.

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SOFO: BrEEDInG WArBlErS 8 a.m. Nine species of warblers are confirmed breeders in one area in Montauk. Joe Giunta, an experienced birder, will host the event. $7 per adult, $5 per child. The walk is primarily for adults, but children over 12 may attend. Hither Hills, Montauk; call to reserve. 631-537-9735 sofo.org MOnTAUk FArMErS MArkET Thursdays through 10/9 (plus 10/11–10/12) 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Village Green, center of town, Montauk. See story on pg. 68. BAD BUkA AT ZUM ScHnEIDEr 9 p.m. Bad Buka combines Balkan roots with punk rock attitude and ska style. Zum Schneider, 4 South Elmwood Avenue, Montauk. 631-238-5963 zumschneider.com

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SUMMErVEnTIOn SATUrDAyS AT THE SlOPPy TUnA 12 p.m.–4 a.m. DJ Woogs until 10 p.m., followed by DJ Guy until close. The Sloppy Tuna, 148 South Emerson Avenue, Montauk. 631-647-88000 thesloppytuna.com

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BOOK REVIEW

ART EVENTS

New novel by East Ender.

Openings, closings see and be seen.

Lucinda Williams At WHBPAC June 21 By sandra hale schulman

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iving and writing about music in Nashville during the 1990s, it was riveting for me to watch singer/ songwriter Lucinda Williams’s evolution. Playing the smaller clubs, hanging out with the hip songwriters, performing with musicians from bands that included Dwight Yoakam and the Mavericks, hitting the art gallery circuit and supporting countless benefits, Williams, with her spiky blond shag and pointy cowboy boots, was everywhere. I once heard her take a line she overheard a guy tell his gal pal and her friends at a bar (“Keep your hands off one another!”) and immediately riff it into a catchy, damning song. But for all her accessibility, Williams had a faraway look in her eye—the look of someone always searching for something, someone, somewhere else. You can hear it in her music: the yearning, restless, timeworn quality. Innocence is lost with every blink, as the best poets know.

known for his great harmony singing, makes a rare non-vocal cameo by playing some stinging guitar. “I didn’t have a fully realized picture of what I wanted the album to sound like going in, but I hardly ever do,” Williams says. “Back when I was playing open mic nights by myself...It never occurred to me to pick just one [musical] style. That’s stayed with me ever since. ” Her literary heritage plays a large part in her songwriting, due to her award-winning poet father Miller Williams—who gave her a “culturally rich, but economically poor” upbringing where artistic

expression was of primary importance. “Thanks to my dad, I grew up around poets and novelists and they all had families and normal lives and most of them didn’t achieve even nominal success until much later in life,” she recalls. “I have to keep reminding people that, yeah, I’m a musician, but first and foremost, I’m an artist, and art is about expression, about expressing your feelings about what you’re going through every day.” Lucinda Williams at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, June 21, whbpac.org, 631-288-1500

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Then she hit it big—a gold record and a Grammy Award—with “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road,” and blink!, she was gone to tour the world. Williams eventually settled in Los Angeles and married her manager, ending a trail of broken hearts. This year she has been touring to promote a 25th anniversary re-release of her long-out-of-print 1988 self-titled album for Rough Trade (its surreal world breakup single “Changed the Locks” was covered by Tom Petty), for her 2011 album Blessed (which was recorded with über-producer Don Was) and for an upcoming album. Twenty-five years after the self-titled album’s release, each song still singes, particularly “Passionate Kisses” (which won a Country Song of the Year Grammy, as performed by Mary Chapin Carpenter), the rarely heard sentiment of “The Night’s Too Long,” and the rollicking New Orleansinflected “Crescent City.” “Being married and feeling comfortable in my life, I’ve been able to go outside myself and write about other things,” Williams says. “I feel like this current album, as a whole, is positive, but it’s not my so-called ‘happy’ album. Yes, I’m in love and I’m happy in my personal life. But my personal life isn’t the only focus. There aren’t all those [songs about] unrequited love...but there are songs about all sorts of things. It’s just a lot easier to stretch these days.” “I Don’t Know How You’re Livin’” is a questioning plea to Williams’s down-on-his-heels brother, with a weathered edge that eventually extends a loving hand. The pedal steel weeper “Copenhagen” is a song for her late manager, who helped guide her in her early days and died unexpectedly. Elvis Costello,

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Two Kinds of Fiction; Two Different Worlds By Joan Baum

Amagansett resident Vincent Lardo rightly calls his sexually explicit new novel The Jockstrap Murder a “gay answer to 50 Shades of Gray.” Indeed, expect more man love than murder mystery, though a dead body does turn up early on, in a male underwear supermodel’s Greenwich Village apartment. The man’s been strangled with a designer supporter for male genitalia, prompting tough Pulitzer Prize investigative reporter and man about town Mike Gavin to pursue leads, though he’s easily waylaid, getting laid by his young lover, a famous tennis pro. The book, Lardo’s

12th, is published by MLR (ManLoveRomance) Press which calls itself a “pioneer of the m/m genre,” featuring “tales of mayhem, lust and romance,” and referring to Lardo as an “icon” of gay fiction. With wry confidence, MLR owner Laura Baumbach urges website visitors to read MLR books, noting that “Reading IS man’s second favorite activity to do in bed.” Twosomes are the preferred M.O. here though threeways occur, and crossover dallying by heterosexuals is not infrequent. How can one tell if someone is a “member of the same fraternity?” As Lardo muses in the voice of one of his characters, “Some call it gaydar.” Readers not fully cognizant of the prevalence of gay culture, especially in Manhattan and especially among the rich and famous and rising political, entertainment and athletic stars and wannabes, will be educated by The Jockstrap Murder and

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perhaps somewhat taken by Lardo’s inventiveness in fashioning sex scenes that have a whiff of Victorian erotica about them. The impression is owing to a playful, affected style that relies on prissy lingo (“cavorted lewdly”), colorful terms for male anatomy, and occasional witty repartee, laced with sarcastic, catty dialogue. There are also outrageous analogies, such as: “Wallace attracted rumors (mostly generated by himself), the way navels attract lint.” Literary allusions abound, though it’s doubtful many people will recognize their provenance besides the author and his protagonist. The Hamptons, of course, get a shout out. At the end, however, loose ends are left dangling (to coin a phrase), and the resolution is both structurally and ethically unsatisfying because it comes as an afterthought and also because it allows the perpetrator to get away with murder. Still, those looking for a different kind of diversion may well find The Jockstrap Murder a hoot. * * * Long Island author Beth Ain’s third entry in an award-winning series from Scholastic, Starring Jules (Super-Secret Spy Girl), for all its charm and excellent black & white ink and wash drawings by Anne Keenan Higgins, may raise questions about its target audience. Told in the first person by precocious Jules Bloom, AKA Julesium, who turns eight, after her second-grade year ends, the story has to do with Jules getting a small part in a movie that will be made in Montreal over the summer (she had been in commercials). She must part from her BFF, who is off to London, and share the car trip to Canada with a yucky classmate who throws up a lot. She’s also disappointed when she learns that her father will fly up later, though her mom is “crazy” wonderful, and Jules gets on fine with her younger brother, Big Henry, who lisps. She’s a bit nervous about being in a movie featuring a famous teen idol (with “pizzazz”) but delighted to be playing a spy and getting to slide in mud without a stunt double. It’s all sunny, if a bit too upbeat precious, especially for young girls of color who don’t have a “doorman” or know from “brisket” (certainly boys won’t read this). Though Ain uses Jules’ penchant for making lists to keep the plot moving, the age-appropriate vocabulary may at times raise some eyebrows, and it’s unfortunate that the old refrain “no more teachers, no more books” is invoked here. What does it mean that Jules’ French teacher has a “beachy” voice? Or that Jules doesn’t know the word “stealth” but has no problem in having to speak a line with a “furrowed” brow? And what would she and her BFF know about “the most famous spy ever” in London, James Bond? Super critical? Probably, but the sense of privilege and good luck in having caring, fun-loving parents that informs Starring Jules, while ensuring that a young reader will have only a safe, positive experience, might make a few urban grandparents wish for Judy Blume rather than Julie Bloom.

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not diminished her commitment to community. She recently joined the board of the Artists Alliance because she wants “to help artists survive.” The Alliance studio tour did not happen last year, she notes, and some artists find membership and hanging fees prohibitive. Evening sets in at Abrams’ home. New work adorns the walls, but suddenly Abrams pauses to retrieve a watercolor. She did it a few years ago when she “freaked out” being continually biopsied, tested and diagnosed before the lumps on her lung were clearly identified. Told she was “terminal,” a “hysteric,” and “too ignorant to understand” medical procedures, she suffered the horror of the endless wait. But she was not alone. “My Monster” was emerging—a 14” x 20” watercolor about that terrifying time. It stopped the dying poet Robert Long in his tracks when he saw it, a month before he died. Ars longa, vita brevis.

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bby Abrams isn’t just “talented,” a friend of the artist declares with some heat, “she’s gifted!” But the friend concedes that the Springs painter/ sculptor is not widely known, despite numerous shows on The East End. Regardless, Abrams continues to work in her studio, for love, not money. Her resumé testifies to a flourishing career working in many media—oil, watercolor, acrylic, leather, metal, wood, stone, ceramic, bronze, pen and ink. She’s done illustrations for CBS Records, Doubleday Books, record sleeves, and painted names and signs on boats in the Caribbean and on Long Island. Locally, she’s been included in and has curated juried exhibitions and invitationals and has also taught at The Art Barge in Amagansett. Lately, however, she’s been quietly painting flowers and scenes from diaries she’s been keeping and sketching in for years, using pen and ink and Magic Marker.

In time, gas yielded to electric and then sculpture to painting. The delicate semi-abstract wire figures she began exhibiting not too long ago are now in the past as well—their fragility was greater than she had anticipated, and housing them in Plexiglas became a chore. She wonders if there’s a name for what she’s concentrating on now with the diaries. Memoir? Autobiography? “Illustrated Life?” The entries are not just of family and friends. She also has sketches depicting meetings of the Artists Alliance of East Hampton and poetry readings at Ashawagh Hall. She keeps a sketchbook in the back of her car; she opens a volume at random—she started these little books approximately 35 years ago—there’s her son, sprawled on the floor, a view in her dentist’s office, her cat, her mother, minimalist drawings with a bit of color that she’s now “coaxing” into larger life on canvas. If illness has slowed her down a bit, it has

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She’s also enjoying newfound energy, the result of having the lung cancer that has plagued her for the last several years declared to be in remission (“no chemo,” she beams). If the illness affected her work as an artist by prompting her to give up the strenuous demands of sculpting in clay—“you have to stand up all the time”—she’s “bonkers” over the flowers she’s been doing and about transforming the 4” x 6” diary pages into colorful acrylic canvases. Necessity may be the mother of invention, but success is more often than not the offspring of creativity and experience. Besides, Abrams says with a laugh, painting is “cleaner” than sculpting. She loves the call of blank white paper. Years at The High School of Music & Art, the School of Visual Arts, Boston University, The Art Students League and Parsons The New School For Design inform her critical judgment. Her compositions are superb—she knows what to leave out as well as what to put in—and her sense of perspective in two dimensions is obviously honed by doing pieces in the round. She says with remarkable candor that she knows she’s not among “the top desirable artists in the area,” adding that her watercolor landscapes and acrylic flowers “are no different from anyone else’s.” But she underrates her appeal. Walk into a show and you can instantly recognize an Abrams. A resident of Springs for almost 25 years, Abrams bought her house because it had a gas kiln in the back room—“I thought I died and went to heaven!”

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Movies... 22 Jump street From silly TV show to sophomoric comedy to sophomoric sequel, the 21 Jump Street franchise is holding up pretty well. In 22 Jump Street Street, the undercover operation has moved across the street (hence the change of address), and now the two misbehaving cops Jenko and Schmidt (played by Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill) have to enroll in college to uncover some sort of drug smuggling or other. The mission, of course, is beside the point. The joke here, as it was in the film 21 Jump Street, is the idea of 30-somethings going back to college and trying to “fit in” with a college lifestyle. That is, they have to drink like a teenagers, take on ridiculous physical challenges that are easy for teenagers and miss a lot of sleep. Oh yes, and all the while they have to try to keep their paws off the nubile college girls. With Ice Cube reprising his role as Captain Dickson. Ivory toWer The sense of crisis in higher education has been growing for years, as families have reluctantly accustomed themselves to the idea that massive debt is necessary to incur in the name of providing their children with a guarantee of higher wages. The families’ growing willingness to borrow lots of money has meant that colleges and universities didn’t really have to watch budgets or compete over price—and instead they were forced to compete with each other over amenities. Gone are the days when college food was a joke, gone are the days when college students lived in cinderblock dungeons called dorms, gone

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OPENINgS AND EVENTS art and clImate change at shady house gallery 6/13, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. All art made from what was left of Superstorm Sandy. Shady House Gallery, 206 Maple Lane, Bridgehampton. scottpartlow.com sWells & sWIrls photography eXhIBIt 6/13, Reception from 6–8 p.m. Featuring Matt Clark’s dramatic photographs of the surf of New York and international waters, along with Mike DiRenzo’s photographs of sand dunes and stone formations of western United States. Through 7/20. Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery, 25425 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-734-8545 alexferrone.com chrIstopher engel at romany KramorIs gallery 6/14, 4:30–6 p.m. A selection of abstract works by the Nova Scotia-based artist. Romany Kramoris Gallery, 41 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Through 6/30. 631-725-2499 kramorisgallery.com pleIn aIr peconIc at BrIdgehampton archIves 6/14, 5–7:30 p.m., Reception with the artists. A summerlong exhibition with a historical perspective. All work is for sale and a percentage of proceeds will be donated to the Peconic Land Trust and the Bridgehampton Museum by the artists. On view through 9/18. 2539-A Montauk Highway. 631-283-3195 peconiclandtrust.org

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7/10 benefits LongHouse Reserve. General Admission hours are 11 a.m.–7 p.m. on 7/11–7/12, and Noon–6 p.m. on 7/13. Bridgehampton Historical Society, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. artmarkethamptons.com

John perreault at gallery 125 7/19, 5:30–7 p.m., Opening reception for John Perreault. On view through 8/18. Gallery 125, 125 S. Country Rd., Bellport. 631-880-2693 gallery125.org

arthamptons 7/10–7/13. Opening Night Preview on 7/10 benefits Guild Hall. General Admission hours are 11 a.m.–8 p.m. on 7/11–7/12 and 11 a.m.–6 p.m. on 7/13. ArtHamptons 2014 will be honoring Water Mill artist Jane Freilicher with the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. Robert Wilson, artist and Artistic Director of The Watermill Center, will receive the 2014 Arts Patron of the Year Award. The Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark, 60 Millstone Road, Bridgehampton arthamptons.com

art southampton 7/24–7/28. VIP Preview on 7/24 benefits the Parrish Art Museum. General Admission hours are Noon–7 p.m. on 7/25–7/27, and on Noon–5 p.m. on 7/28. The 2014 edition of the fair will feature a carefully selected group of international art galleries. Art Southampton Pavillion/Southampton Elks Lodge. 605 County Road 39, Southampton. For the latest information, be sure to visit art-southampton.com.

KeIth sonnIer at trIpolI gallery 7/17. Opening reception from 6–8 p.m. A solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings by Keith Sonnier. An illustrated catalogue with an essay by Max Blagg will accompany the exhibition. Tripoli Gallery, 30A Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-377-3715 tripoligallery.com

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reX ashlocK at gallery 125 6/14, 5:30–7 p.m., Opening reception for Rex Ashlock. On view through 9/22. 125 S. Country Rd., Bellport. 631-880-2693 gallery125.org

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JudIth hudson: a mIdsummer nIght’s dream at trIpolI gallery 6/21, 4–6 p.m., Opening reception. In this series of watercolors, Judith Hudson explores the humorous, X-rated, quixotic and timeless side of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. On view through 7/13. Tripoli Gallery, 30A Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-377-3715 tripoligallery.com

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the three amIgos oF sagaponacK artIsts’ receptIon at monIKa olKo gallery 6/21, 5–8 p.m. Sculpture show with Hans Van De Bovenkamp, Nathan Slate Joseph and Ed Haugevik. Through 7/2. Monika Olko Gallery, 95 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-899-4740 FoundatIon For art and preservatIon In emBassIes (Fape) at guIld hall 6/21–7/27, Opening reception 6/28. FAPE is the leading non-profit organization dedicated to providing permanent works of American art for U.S. embassies worldwide. Will include works from FAPE’s Print, Photography and Site-Specific Collections. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org

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harvey herman at Westhampton Bath & tennIs 6/22, Noon–3 p.m, Reception and exhibitions of paintings by Harvey Herman, last week’s Dan’s Paper’s Cover Artist. Bath and Tennis, 231 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. To reach the hotel, call 631-288-2500 and to see more of Harvey Herman’s artwork, visit harveyhermantheartist.com alIcIa longWell on JennIFer Bartlett 6/26, Noon. A lunch hour illustrated talk in the Lichtenstein theatre. Chief Curator Alicia Longwell will discuss the exhibition Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe–Works 1977-2011. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118 parrishart.org. art on the edge 2014 at vered 7/5. An annual survey of New Contemporary Art featuring the most provocative new painters, sculptors and photographers in their medium. Featuring Ray Caesar, Jessica Hess, Sam Wolfe Connelly and more. Vered Gallery, 68 Park Place, East Hampton. 631-324-3303 veredart.com art marKet hamptons 7/10–7/13. Preview Reception and Opening Night Party on

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SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP

FABU FINDS

Where to find the bargains this weekend.

For you, family and friends.

By STePHANie de TrOy

It’s starting to heat up on the East End—and retail is already sizzling! There are new popups everywhere you turn, and our mainstayers are back in full swing with their summer collections. This weekend in Southampton, I was able to snag some fabulous mixand-match items from Alice + Olivia. From a palette of black, white, beige, rose and splashes of floral prints, a day-to-night wardrobe can easily be created. If you haven’t tried Stacey Bendel’s pants and shorts, you must. Tops are cropped this summer, so now might be a good time to sign up for that pilates class! Alice + Olivia is located at 58 Jobs Lane in Southampton. Call 631-204-0164 or visit aliceandolivia.com. On my way to Main Street, I was swept up by the new Nespresso summer boutique. Through September 22, shoppers strolling down Jobs Lane can take a break to sip and savor Nespresso’s made to order, delicious coffees, espressos, lattes and cappuccinos. While I was there I made mental calculations on just how much I’d save on lattes if I bought one of their sleek espresso machines. You can taste Nespresso’s “Grands Crus,” which are sourced from the top 1-2 percent of the world’s highest-quality coffee. Nespresso is located at 38

Jobs Lane, Southampton. Visit nespresso.com. Properly fueled, I went across the street to Topiare Flower Shop to pick up a bouquet of flowers for the house. Topiare has a beautiful assortment of fresh cut flowers, potted plants, vases, ceramics and fun vintage signs that say things like “Good Day Sunshine” and “Coopers Beach.” If you ever need a gift in a pinch, just head here. Topiare Flower Shop is located at 51 Jobs Lane in Southampton Call 631287-3800 or visit topiareflowershop.us. I couldn’t pass by the new Club Monaco. Welcome to white—white dresses, white pottery, white throws, white shorts, white scarves…the list goes on! Now we know where to head for the next white party! I must say, though, that the prices and styles are great. Club Monaco is in the former Vineyard Vines location (VV has now settled into a permanent location on Jobs Lane), right across the street from Sant Ambroeus. Visit clubmonaco.com. Speaking of things white, have you seen the new White’s Pharmacy—now White’s Apothecary— in East Hampton? Beauty junkies beware, this is paradise. Under new owners Nyco Chemists, the brightly-lit White’s Apothecary now carries many of the same tried-and-true cosmetics as the old store, including Shiseido, Caudalie and Estée Lauder, and some newbies like Smashbox. They’ll also be offering facials, makeup application and brow tinting and shaping, right inside the store. White’s Apothecary is located at 81 Main Street in East Hampton. While in East Hampton, be sure to stop by La Perla, the high-end lingerie boutique that also carries

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beachwear, at 66 Newtown Lane and Orelbar Brown, the designer swimwear pop-up at 23 Newtown Lane. And you certainly can’t miss the new Lisa Perry store, where you’ll be swept away into a vintage pop-world complete with Op Art-inspired tableware created in collaboration with Kelly Behun Studio. Towels and swimwear match Lisa Perry’s clothing line in eye-popping, fun and summery colors. Stop by 67 Main Street, East Hampton and visit lisaperrystyle. com. Last week’s Dan’s Papers Cover Artist, Harvey Herman, has his Koi and Hampton Scenes, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, featured at The Furniture Garden, 337 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Call 631-726-4647 or visit thefurnituregarden.com. For more of Harvey Herman’s artwork, be sure to visit harveyhermantheartist.com.

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Bees in Our Bonnets: The Good and The Bad I love to see bees in the garden. Honey bees, especially, since they are rare these days. Sadly, so many have succumbed to disease. There are still a huge number of bees and wasps in my garden. I am familiar with only a few, but get along with most. If you see a soft, fuzzy bee with yellow sacks on its legs, this is a honey bee. It works to feed the hive, and, in so doing, pollinates your flowers and vegetables, allowing them to fruit (as seeds are the fruit of flowers). I have worked in densely planted flower gardens and even inside shrubs full of honeybees and not been stung. If you hurt them, they will hurt you; otherwise you and they can work comfortably together. Bumblebees are as mild-mannered as honeybees. They are larger than honeybees, and black with yellow fuzzy collars. They seem to roam the garden instead of flitting like honeybees, and buzz much louder. They are also pollinating your flowers. Some kinds of wasps also pollinate, but many are meat eaters who also like sugar. The ones that I am familiar with have a black and yellow striped abdomen and a very thin body center. These are the ones that buzz around your ice cream and lemonade at the picnic—or even your steak. Wasps are more

Move away from them calmly and aggressive than bees, so I try to stay carefully. away from them and let them pass Carpenter bees are looking for when they visit my area. Do not kill a places to make their nests at this wasp by “smashing” it, as it releases a time. The nests look like a perfectly pheromone that calls other wasps to round hole and are located inside you for discipline-stings. Supposedly, wood, perhaps under your window. sliced cucumbers in several places on They are not aggressive. the table will repel them, and there If you see a large wasp (up to 2 are some non-toxic traps that one can inches) that is black with striking put around the “people areas.” white markings, it is a cicada killer— There is one kind of wasp that not often seen. They kill cicadas and is definitely bad—the ground wasp. other large bugs to feed their young. They live in holes, in shaded places, With the exception of ground even at the base of large grasses. I wasps, none of the above bees or often find them by accident when wasps have harmed me (except I am working in the vicinity of this Save the honey bees. for that bumblebee I accidentally nest. They are small, and their sting leaves you first with a very unpleasant, intense pain pinched). Their presence in the garden enhances my that lasts several hours, and then an itch that lasts appreciation of my surroundings and reminds me for even longer. Although one instinctively wants to that I exist within a fascinating system of other living swat them, they will release their pheromone, calling things, and, with knowledge and care, I can share the army—and you don’t want that! Just get away the world with them. (I haven’t discovered a way quickly. In a fit of machismo, my husband has taken to coexist with the ground wasps yet—except to be on a hive of these by spraying into the hole, at night, fortunate enough to miss them in the garden!) It is beneficial to bees and pleasant for the gardener when they are quiet, with wasp killer. I recommend that you call an exterminator—and keep the dogs to plant flowers that attract bees, and honeybees need all of the help we can give them. Single-petaled and children away from that hole! My husband took a photo of a wasp-like insect last flowers are best, as they cannot feed from doubles. week. We discovered, with some research, that it is They like blue, purple, orange, white and yellow a hornet. This one had a yellow and black striped flowers, particularly those which are exceptionally abdomen and red markings on its head and body. sweet-smelling. The more flowers and bees, the Hornets are easily agitated and have a bad sting. better for me, and the greater the fragrance! Thinkstock.com

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NIGHTLIFE For more events happening this week, check out: North Fork Calendar pg. 66, Arts & Galleries pg. 73, Calendar pg. 80, Kids’ Calendar pg. 81

THURSDAY, jUNE 12 TWiLiGHT THUrSdAyS AT WÖLFFer eSTATe ViNeyArd 5–8 p.m. Featuring ScottE Hopson. Glasses and bottles of wine, cheese & charcuterie available. 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. 631-537-5106 wolffer.com THe jAM SeSSiON AT BAy BUrGer 7–9 p.m. Thursdays. The Jam Session & The Thursday Night Live Band. Bay Burger, 1742 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor. No cover charge. 631-899-3915 thejamsession.org STeVe FrederiCKS AT MUSe iN THe HArBOr 7–10 p.m. Thursdays. Steve Fredericks will perform every Thursday, no cover. 16 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-899-4810 museintheharbor.com Free GrASS UNiON AT STePHeN TALKHOUSe 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. The Long Island-born bluegrass/ folk band performs. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com LAdieS NiGHT AT AGAVe’S TeQUiLA ANd rUM BAr 8:30 p.m. Thursdays. Ladies Night is all night, with DJ. 142 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach. 631-998-4200 agaveswhb.com BAd BUKA AT ZUM SCHNeider 9 p.m. Bad Buka combines Balkan roots with punk rock attitude and ska style. Zum Schneider, 4 South Elmwood Avenue, Montauk. 631-238-5963 zumschneider.com

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NeW dAWN AT STePHeN TALKHOUSe 10 p.m. $10. 21 and over. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com

The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com diCK jOHANSSON AT 230 dOWN 9 p.m. Folk/American pop. No cover. 21 and over. 230 Down, 230 Elm Street, Southampton. 631-377-3900 230elm.com

FRIDAY, jUNE 13 SUNSeT FridAyS AT WÖLFFer eSTATe ViNeyArd 5 p.m. Wines by the glass or bottle. Cheese and charcuterie plates are available. No cover charge. 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. 631-537-5106 wolffer.com SCOTTe HOPSON AT HUrriCANe GriLL & WiNGS 7 p.m. Happy hour specials all night long at the bar and restaurant. No cover. Hurricane Grill & Wings, County Road 111, CVS Shopping Center, Manorville. 631-281-9464 BONFire SeSSiON WiTH NANCy ATLAS ANd FrieNdS 8 p.m. The Montauk favorite performs. $30. 21 and over. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com ArLeNe’S GrOCery r&r KArAOKe AT GUrNey’S 9:30 p.m. The world-famous karaoke band comes to Gurney’s every 2nd and 4th Thursday. Gurney’s, 290 Old Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-2345 gurneysinn.com BOOGA SUGAr AT STePHeN TALKHOUSe 10 p.m. The high-energy party band performs. $30. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com KArAOKe NiGHT AT M.j. dOWLiNG’S 10 p.m.–1 a.m. M.J. Dowling’s, 3360 Noyac Road, Noyac. 631-725-7533 mjdowlings.com

SATURDAY, jUNE 14 reUBeN ANd THe dArK AT THe SUrF LOdGe 5–9 p.m. The Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk. 631-483-5039 thesurflodge.com MArSHALL CreNSHAW AT THe STePHeN TALKHOUSe 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. The pop musician performs.

WHiTe COLLAr CriMe AT THe STePHeN TALKHOUSe 9 p.m. Concert by the Manhattan-based rock band. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com SATUrdAyS AT SOUTHAMPTON PUBLiCK HOUSe 10 p.m., DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons classics every Saturday in the taproom. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800 publick.com HOT LAVA AT THe STePHeN TALKHOUSe 11 p.m. “Molten” musical interpretations of The Who, Rolling Stones, The Replacements, Ryan Adams and more. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com

SUNDAY, jUNE 15 COUrTNey BArNeTT AT THe SUrF LOdGe 5 p.m. The Aussie singer-songwriter performs. 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk. 631-483-5039 thesurflodge.com SCOTT KirBy & dAVe edMiSTeN AT TALKHOUSe 7 p.m. 21 and over. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com

mONDAY, jUNE 16 OUTrAGeOUS OPeN MiC AT THe STePHeN TALKHOUSe 10 p.m. Free. The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 stephentalkhouse.com For more information and to submit your event online go to events.dansPapers.com. Events submitted by noon Friday will be considered for the print calendar.

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BENEFITS WHB HiSTOriCAL SOCieTy BeNeFiT AT STArr BOGGS 6/13, 4–6 p.m. Celebrating the opening of the Historical Society’s summer exhibit at Tuthill House Museum. $40 per person. Starr Boggs, 6 Parlato Drive, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1139 CHArLeS & Tee AddAMS HOUSe COCKTAiL PArTy 6/13, 5:15–8:15 p.m. Proceeds support the Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery, a project of Sea Scouts Ship

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908. Tour the houses and studio where Charles Addams created his delightful and ghoulish characters. Enjoy the natural beauty of his estate with great local music, wines and seafood. $100. Contact for address. 631-807-9150 cpshbenefit@gmail.com HeAVeN CAN WAiT ZUMBATHON BeNeFiT 6/13, 7–8:30 p.m. Honoring two-year breast cancer survivor Vicki Drescher. Benefits Breast Cancer support groups in the Hamptons. $10. Southampton Elks Lodge, 605 County Road 39, Southampton. 631-728-4200 ANTiQUe TreASUreS APPrAiSAL dAy 6/14, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Find out what your heirlooms and hand-me-downs are worth. $30. Proceeds benefit Maureen’s Haven, Dominican Sisters and East End Hospice. St. Ann’s Church, Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-353-1489 antiquetreasuresday.com ANNUAL GOLF TOUrNAMeNT TO BeNeFiT WHBPAC 6/16, 9 a.m. Support the Westhampton Beach Performing

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Westhampton Beach Historical Society Benefit at Starr Boggs Arts Center. $1600 includes breakfast, lunch and cocktail reception. $150 cocktail party only. Westhampton Country Club, 35 Potunk Lane, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-2350 whbpac.org 6TH ANNUAL GOLF WiTH THe KNiCKS 6/16, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Enjoy golf and basketball with celebrated members of the New Yorks Knicks family. The day includes breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception. $750. Benefits Ross School programs and scholarships. The Bridge Golf Club, 1180 Milestone Road, Ross School. 631-907-5182 ross.org/golf ANTiQUeS & deSiGN SHOW 6/20, 6–9:30 p.m, Benefit preview party for the Peconic Land Trust. Also 6/21, 9 a.m. Champagne breakfast, for tickets email info@woodardandgreenstein.com. Show dates are 6/21 through 6/22. For tickets, contact Robyn Harris, 631-283-3195 ext.19 rharris@peconiclandtrust.org 29TH ANNUAL ArF GArdeN TOUr 6/21, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Enjoy a self-guided tour of six private gardens in Springs. $85–$175. Benefits Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons. 17 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack. 631-537-0400 arfhamptons.org

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THURSDAY, jUNE 12 MONTAUK CHAMBer FArMerS MArKeT 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Montauk Village Green, 742 Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-2428 “CONViCTiON” AT BAy STreeT THeATer 8 p.m. Through 6/15. World premiere of a new drama by Carey Crim. Directed by Scott Schwartz. 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-9500 baystreet.org

FRIDAY, jUNE 13 eAST HAMPTON FArMerS MArKeT 9 a.m.–1 p.m. 136 North Main Street, East Hampton. WHALe OF A SALe: SAG HArBOr FATHer’S dAy SideWALK SALe/ArTS & CrAFTS SALe 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Through 6/14. Marine Park will have over 50 vendors. Specially priced items will be available for kids to buy for their fathers. All ages welcome. Marine Park, Sag Harbor. sagharborchamber.com HAyGrOUNd SCHOOL FArMerS MArKeT 3 p.m.–6:30 p.m. 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton.

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THURSDAY, jUNE 12 MOrNiNG STOryTiMe AT THe QUOGUe LiBrAry 11 a.m. For little ones 1–3 years old. Special stories with Miss Pat. Register by phone. Quogue Library, 90 Quogue Street, Quogue. 631-653-4224 ext. 4 quoguelibrary.org LeGO MANiA 3:30–4:30 p.m. Create anything you like with Legos at the library! This is a great chance for parents to relax and socialize, too. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015 hamptonlibrary.org LeGOS ANd GAMeS 4–5 p.m. For Kids K-up! Build with Legos; play board games and hopscotch; Hula Hoop; Rubber band jump rope and more. Also seeking 6th graders to be play-partners and earn community service hours. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810 amaglibrary.org jdTLAB AT GUiLd HALL PreSeNTS TeeN OBLiViON 7 p.m. Up-and-coming East End musicians in concert. Featuring Skylar Day, Supply Side and others. $5. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-4050 guildhall.org

FRIDAY, jUNE 13 SHAKe, rATTLe & rOLL 10 a.m. Fridays. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. Parents/caregivers with toddlers 10–36 months olds are invited to join us for an hour of interactive play. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810 amaglibrary.org

CALENDAR PeCHAKUCHA NiGHT HAMPTONS VOL. 8 – SOLd OUT 6 p.m. An eclectic roster of speakers deliver rapid-fire presentations on the theme of living creatively on the East End. Each speaker shows 20 slides for 20 seconds, making each presentation 6 minutes and 40 seconds long. $10 includes museum admission. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118 parrishart.org

SPriNGS FArMerS MArKeT 9 a.m.–1 p.m. 780 Springs Fireplace Road, Springs. WeSTHAMPTON BeACH FArMerS MArKeT 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Through 11/22. 85 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach.

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SATUrdAy STOry TiMe 10 a.m. Join Amy for a Saturday morning full of fun. Enjoy great stories and an art activity. For children of all ages. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015 hamptonlibrary.org

HANdS-ON MiLLiNG, COrN GriNdiNG deMO 11:30 a.m. Kids will get hands-on time with water-powered grist mill and grinding stones. For kids over 5. Free, donations suggested. Water Mill Museum, 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill. 631-726-4625 watermillmuseum.org

2Nd ANNUAL CMee MUSiC FAir 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Children’s Museum fo the East End will transform into an aural experience with hands-on, interactive stations and well-known East End performers interacting with the kids. Free. Children’s Museum of the East End, 376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-8250 cmee.org

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yOGA FOr CHiLdreN 12:30–1:30 p.m. Every Saturday at Amy’s Ark Studio and Farm. Children ages 5–9. $8. Amy’s Ark Studio and Farm, 10 Hollow Lane, Westhampton. 631-902-3655 FrOGGy ANd FrieNdS STOry TiMe 3:30–4:30 p.m. Frogs and toads, oh my! Make your own frog friend craft and hear stories. Perfect for families. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810

rHyMe TiMe TUeSdAyS AT THe QUOGUe LiBrAry 11 a.m.–noon. A fun-filled early literacy experience. Parents and children will participate in a variety of simple songs, rhymes, music and finish up with a rhyming read-aloud. Register in advance. Quogue Library, 90 Quogue Street, Quogue. 631-653-4224 ext. 101 quoguelibrary.org For more information and to submit your event online go to events.dansPapers.com. Events submitted by noon Friday will be considered for the print calendar.

STriNG QUArTeT AT QUOGUe COMMUNiTy HALL 7:30 p.m. Chamber music concert. $40; $100 concert/postconcert celebration/$5 students, concert only. Quogue Community Hall, 125 Jessup Avenue, Quogue. 631-728-3407

GArdeN MArKeT AT BridGe GArdeNS 10 a.m. Rare, unusual plants, antiques and home and garden accessories. Garden workshops and kids’ events. 36 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton. 631-537-7440

BALLeT HiSPANiCO AT GUiLd HALL 8 p.m. The Latino dance organization will perform a newly commissioned work by Spanish choreographer Cayetano Soto. $20/$18 members. Students free. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org

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FirST STOry TiMe Tuesdays, 10:15–11 a.m. For caregivers and their tots through 4 years old. Stories, flannel boards, puppets, songs and fun. A perfect introduction to story time for young children. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810 amaglibrary.org

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CMee MiNi GOLF 9 a.m.–5 p.m. The Children’s Museum of the East End opens its nine-hole mini golf course for kids. The course teaches kids physics and math along the way. Children’s Museum of the East End, 376 BridgehamptonSag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-8250 cmee.org

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My favorite food and drink constantly change. Currently I am obsessed with the hand-cut spaghetti with oven roasted tomato sauce and topped with stracciatella cheese from our Sienna menu,” says Donatella Arpaia, Executive Chef of Sienna Restaurant & Ultralounge in East Hampton. “To me this dish says summer, and my favorite drink is definitely Domaines Ott Chateau de Selle.” As she looks forward to joining the lineup of chefs and winemakers at the fourth annual Dan’s Taste of Two Forks during Dan’s Taste of Summer Weekend in July, Arpaia dishes on her favorite aspects of the East End’s culinary culture, the inspiration of family and the anticipation of a cucumber vodka martini.

What are you most looking forward to about being part of Dan’s Taste of Summer this year? This is my entry back into the Hamptons. I used to spend time here when I was single, but now I am a

Describe the moment you knew the culinary world was your passion. I was a newly minted attorney and practicing for a few months. One night I was eating at the bar of my brother’s restaurant, Cellini in midtown, and it was raining. The restaurant was packed and his host didn’t show up, so I got up and started to help him. I felt a serious rush of excitement and knew this is what I was meant to do. I quit law two weeks later and have never looked back. That was over 13 years ago! What is your favorite aspect of being part of the culinary culture on the East End? My favorite aspect of being part of the culinary culture on the East End is being able to incorporate local Hamptons produce into my dishes.

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This year the weekend comprising Taste of Two Forks and GrillHampton has been dubbed “Dan’s Taste of Summer.” What does the phrase “taste of summer” mean to you? The “taste of summer” means enjoying all the fresh produce that the Hamptons has to offer!

wife and mother. It will be nice to reconnect with people in the industry and see friends in a relaxed and beautiful atmosphere.

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When you hear the phrase “local,” what comes to mind? Local farmers and their commitment to quality seasonal ingredients. Where do you find inspiration, inside and outside the kitchen? I’m constantly searching for inspiration wherever I go—and New York is the perfect place for that

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because it’s so diverse and the energy is incredible. As a new mom, my family is a huge source of inspiration to me nowadays. They’ve really changed my approach to cooking and living. If you were packing for an East End picnic, what are three things we’d find in your basket? The three things that you’d find in my basket would be prosciutto de Parma, burrata and a white wine from Naples by Marisa Cuomo. What beverage are you looking forward to enjoying on a hot summer night? The beverage that I am looking forward to enjoy on a hot summer night is a cucumber vodka martini. Finish this sentence: An empty plate is… satisfaction. Dan’s Taste of Summer kicks off with Dan’s GrillHampton on Friday, July 11, and continues on Saturday, July 12, with Dan’s Taste of Two Forks, both at Sayre Park in Bridgehampton. For more information and tickets, visit DansTasteofSummer.com.

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Congee Porridge: An Asian Staple mericans are reading and learning more and more about China these days. So I thought you might enjoy knowing about, and tasting, the historic Chinese delight called congee or jook, which dates from 221 BC. Like a porridge or soup, congee is considered a one-dish meal that’s easy to consume and digest. The dish consists of thick boiled rice soup or other grains cooked with plenty of water or broth, rather than fat, and flavored with an assortment of meats, vegetables and aromatics. Congee is one of the most popular and delicious foods among all classes of people. It’s eaten during religious ceremonies and festivals and is used as a therapeutic treatment as well. For example, when eaten with asparagus, congee is believed to be a diuretic and to reduce cholesterol. When eaten with ginger it settles the stomach, reduces nausea and cures indigestion. Pear congee is the recommended medicine for respiratory ailments and fever. Imagine if Big Pharma was replaced by congee. Achieving good health might be a natural thing. Congee goes by different names in other parts of Asia—it’s Gour Bah in Taiwan and Chao Bo in Vietnam. In South India it’s called kanji, which sounds like congee, although spelled differently. But whatever the name given to the dish, for many years it has retained similar basic ingredients and cooking methods with many variations in flavor. In fact there seems to be no limit to what can be added to congee to make it savory or sweet— both styles are enjoyed throughout the Pacific Rim, including in China. The Cantonese like it sweet with rock sugar. Natives of Shanghai like theirs prepared with cabbage and rice wine. Hong Kong eats the dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The middle-aged and

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Take Dad Out cowboy steak, 12 oz. filet mignon and half- or full-rack of Mongolian BBQ ribs.

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Father’s Day weekend is here and plenty of East End restaurants are celebrating on Sunday, June 15. Stop by Rowdy Hall for pints of select beer, at happy hour prices all day, paired well with items from the snack menu including Buffalo deviled eggs topped with chicken crackling and Rowdy Buffalo wings. la Fondita is offering guests the option to create their own taco packages. The assemble-at-home meal includes 12 homemade soft-corn tortillas, one quart of your favorite filling, lettuce, crema, cheese, cilantro and onions plus a quart of rice and a pint of black beans. nick & toni’s is serving a steak-for-two (or one hungry dad) special that includes a 32 oz. Painted Hills ribeye with grilled local asparagus and woodoven roasted North Fork mushrooms paired with a complimentary glass of wine. navy BeacH is offering dads a complimentary Bloody Mary or Budweiser with lunch beginning at noon. HaRBoR BistRo is serving a “Big Daddy” specials board that includes selection of: two-pound lobsters, 24 oz.

JedediaH Hawkins in Jamesport serves dinner Thursday through Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. Menu items include: seared Hudson Valley foie gras with pineapple-rhubarb chutney and toasted brioche; parsnip gnocchi with English peas and Parmesan Reggiano; Berkshire pork ragu with herb risotto, asparagus and wild mushrooms; tile fish with French lentils, beet greens and pineapple agrodulce; salted caramel brownie sundae for two and chocolate torte. 631-722-2900. jedediahhawkinsinn.com. sotto sopRa in Amagansett is serving dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5 to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Select menu items include: tuna tartare, flaked tuna, avocado mousse and sesame-crusted wontons; caprese salad, burrata, sliced tomato and basil oil; primavera pizza, sautéed vegetables, dried tomatoes and mozzarella; rigatoni Toscana, roasted tomato sauce, sausage and broccoli rabe; zuppa di pesce, lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, tomato sauce and basil aioli; porco al forno, grilled pork chop, sage and mustard mashed potatoes and poached raisins; and pollo arrostito, roasted chicken breast, pancetta and seared corn. 631-267-3695. restaurantsottosopra.com.

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Sitting Pretty at The Driver’s Seat side alleyway where we could people-watch those going in and out of the new Dash boutique. We took note of who came out with a shopping bag. Well, that e’ve all been to the Driver’s Seat numerous was until our appetizers arrived, at which point our times. In the summer, it’s ideal for frozen attention was diverted to a plate of chicken wings drinks out on the back deck on the way home from and clam casserole. When our gracious waitress Corinne came by, Cooper’s Beach. In the winter, it’s all about a burger and a beer and catching the game from the cozy Shop ’Til You Drop columnist Stephanie de Troy bar inside. Throughout the year, it’s an easy go-to momentarily thought of ordering an iced tea, but for lunch or dinner to break up your Southampton quickly changed that to a piña colada. After all, she Village shopping expedition. Eager to sample their thought, how often does one get to do this on a new menu, a few of us from the Dan’s Papers editorial Monday? It was refreshing and, being a little on the department left the office on a busy Monday to enjoy filling side, paired well with her Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad. The salad comes in an enormous lunch out at the Driver’s Seat. We were seated at a comfortable window booth portion—enough to share if you order appetizers. in the airy and spacious back room, with views of Three goat cheese roundels in a toasted-walnut crust sat1 atop baby fresh field greens sprinkled with both the outdoor patio, thepaper_Layout front bar area and the Off The Green_junior pg_Dans 1 5/19/14 2:41 PM Page By STEpHAnIE DE Troy, STAcy DErMonT, kElly lAFFEy AnD lEE MEyEr

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golden raisins, candied walnuts and slices of sweet mandarin oranges. If you like sweet, this is the salad for you. Our Hamptons Epicure columnist Stacy Dermont enjoyed some Buffalo wings dipped in bleu cheese dressing to start. They were not too aggressively hot but true to their Buffalo roots. (Stacy knows Buffalo, New York cuisine intimately.) Her piña colada helped cool things down...completely. Stacy moved on to the Eggplant Caprese Tower of delightfully crispy eggplant sticks over layers of fresh mozzarella and ripe, red tomato, which was surrounded by a bed of arugula and drizzled with a sweet-meetssavory balsamic glaze. She quite enjoyed it. She also sampled the rich fish tacos before she had most of them wrapped up to take back to “Husband.” Do mix the black beans into the roasted pineapple and hot, crispy fried fish! Though not initially inclined to have a liquid lunch, the offer of a Frozen Coconut Mojito was too tempting to pass up for Keep Fit columnist Kelly Laffey. Real coconut was blended with mint to make this classic warm-weather concoction that Corrine noted was the restaurant’s most popular drink last summer. Kelly has long been a fan of the Driver’s Seat for the burgers, and quickly decided that the rainy weekday called for a classic turkey burger—organic ground turkey topped with bean sprouts, avocado and caramelized onions. She added pepper jack cheese to give it a little kick. The burger was exactly what she was hoping for, juicy and with plenty of healthy avocados. Portions are substantial, and Kelly was sadly unable to finish the burger due to earlier indulgence in the clam casserole and the wings. However, she noted for future dining that the Buffalo sauce/ranch dressing combo could have easily paired with a beer and the Stanley Cup Finals. PopHampton columnist Lee Meyer—who was very excited to watch from the window as passers-by walked in and out of the Dash store—fell instantly in love with the Baked Clam Casserole. The Dan’s Papers Best of the Best-winning dish was salty and moist. “It’s like a giant bake clam!” Lee exclaimed to the group. The crusty, lightly seasoned casserole was made even more flavorful by a little lemon. Having never been to the Driver’s Seat before, Lee opted for a classic cheeseburger and fries, which didn’t disappoint. The burger, with melted American cheese, was cooked perfectly medium-well, and the fries were crispy and lacked an ingredient that usually turns Lee off: grease. Lee also enjoyed (maybe a little too much) a strawberry daiquiri and nearly fell over in ecstasy from the amazing pecan pie, baked fresh on-premises. The Driver’s Seat Restaurant is located at 62 Jobs Lane in Southampton. 631-283-6606, thedriversseatrestaurant.com.

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BoBBy vAn’S Steak and Fish $$$ Steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open 363 days for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Open Mon–Fri. 11:30 a.m.–10:30 p.m. Sat. 11:30 a.m.–10:30 p.m., Sun. 11:30–10 p.m. Main St., Bridgehampton. 631-537-0590, bobbyvans.com. HAMpTon coFFEE coMpAny Espresso Bar, Bakery, Cafe & Coffee Roastery $ A Hamptons classic since 1994 and a Dan’s Papers “Best of the Best!” Famous hand-roasted coffee, real baristas, muffins and bagels, egg sandwiches, a Mexican Grill and more. Open 6 a.m.–8 p.m. daily, year round. Locations in Water Mill next to The Green Thumb farmstand and in Westhampton Beach across from Village Hall and in Southampton on the highway next to BMW. Also anywhere with their Mercedes Mobile Espresso Unit for your event! 631-726-coFE or visit them on Twitter and Facebook. hamptoncoffeecompany.com. M.J. DoWlInG’S STEAk HouSE AnD TAvErn American $$ Great selection of American fare in a friendly pub atmosphere. Draft Beers. Family owned and operated. Game room and pool table. 3360 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor. 631-725-4444.

clIFF’S ElBoW rooM Steak and Seafood $$ The best aged and marinated steak, freshest seafood and local wines, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Lunch and dinner. Two locations: 1549 Main Road, Jamesport, 631-7223292; 1065 Franklinville Rd., Laurel. 631-298-3262, elbowroomli.com.

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HAWkInS Inn JEDEDIAH HAW American $$ An ever-evolving menu that places an emphasis on local and sustainably grown ingredients. “Excellent food and excellent service in an excellent ambiance.” Newsday. 400 Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport 631-722-2900, jedediahhawkins.com. olD MIll Inn Local Cuisine $$$ Built in 1820, delights customers with great waterfront dining on the deck overlooking Mattituck Inlet and by woodburning fireplace in the pub. This destination restaurant in North Fork wine country showcases fresh, local ingredients. Voted Best Of The Best Bar, bringing top-notch artists to the East End. Reservations recommended. 631-298-8080, oldmillinn.com.

TWEED’S Continental $$ Located in historic Riverhead, Tweed’s Restaurant & Buffalo Bar in the J.J. Sullivan Hotel serves the finest local food specialties and wines. Open seven days for lunch and dinner. 17 E. Main St. 631-208-3151, tweedsrestaurant.com.

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SoUTHAmPToN AND HAmPToN bAYS 75 MAIn rESTAurAnT AnD lounGE Italian/American $$$ Executive chef Mark Militello. Open daily, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Dinner 4:30 p.m.–midnight, 75 Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-7575, 75main.com. THE GolDEn pEAr cAFÉS $$$ Casual café bistros feature exceptional breakfasts, lunches and catering. Homemade baked goods, fresh roasted coffee and unsurpassed people watching make visits to the Golden Pears a longstanding Hamptons tradition. Open seven days. Locations in Southampton, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor and East Hampton. 631-283-8900, goldenpearcafe.com. HAMpTon lADy rESTAurAnT Seafood $ Enjoy the freshest seafood with an Italian flare. Ocean and bay views. Check out our new menu. Open all year long for lunch & dinner. Prixe fix lunch $14.99. 363 Dune Road, Hampton Bays. 631-728-5239. Kelly Laffey

pIErrE’S The perfect burger at The Driver’s Seat in Southampton Casual French $$$ Euro-chic but casual French restaurant and bar. Late orIEnT By THE SEA dinner and bar on weekdays. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri.– Seafood $ Sun., 10 a.m.–5 p.m. 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Restaurant and full-service marina. Offering an extensive 631-537-5110, pierresbridgehampton.com. menu of local seafood and fresh vegetables. Located next to Cross Sound Ferry. Dine while you overlook beautiful EAST HAmPToN Gardiners Bay on our outdoor deck. Open seven days for lunch and dinner. 40200 Main Road, Orient. 631-323-2424, rAcE lAnE orientbythesea.com. Local Cuisine $$$ New menu! Relax by the fireplace and enjoy some cheese, pEpI’S rESTAurAnT charcuterie and wine. Serving dinner nightly from 5 p.m. 31 Italian Seafood $$ Race Lane, East Hampton. Three-course Prix fixe, $33 until Arrive by boat or car, free docking available. Superior 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. 31 Race Lane, East waterfront dining—Italian, seafood and more. Serving local Hampton. 631-324-5022, racelanerestaurant.com. wines. Family friendly. 400 Old Main Road, Southold. 631-765-6373, pepisrestaurant.com. GEorGIcA Eclectic American $$$ porTo BEllo Contemporary, delicious food. Meats, pastas, desserts and Italian $$ more. Overlooking Georgica Pond. 108 Wainscott Stone Celebrating 22 years in their original location on the Road, Wainscott. 631-537-6255, georgicarestaurant.com.

rED rooSTEr BISTro French $$ Traditional French bistro located in the heart of North Fork Wine Country. Cozy atmosphere, serving French and Californian wines. 4805 Depot Lane, Cutchogue. 631-734-8267.

ToucH oF vEnIcE Italian $$ Proudly serving the North Fork for over 20 years. We take advantage of all the North Fork has to offer, preparing local cuisine with Italian soul. Extensive wine list featuring local and Italian wines, full bar with happy hour specials. Private room available for all occasions. Special chef’s family-style menu available for small groups. Winner of BOB 2012 Best Summer Drink: Blueberry Lemonade. 28350 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-5851, touchofvenice.com.

olD STovE puB American $$$ A Hamptons classic since 1969. Perfectly charred steaks at the oldest stove in the Hamptons. Open 7 Days, lunch Saturday and Sunday noon–3 p.m., Prix Fixe Sunday–Thursday four courses $29. Live piano Friday and Saturday. Reservations 3516 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack. 631-537-3300. oSTErIA SAlInA Sicilian/Italian $$ Think Sicilian ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, currants, pine nuts, fava beans, couscous and candied oranges. Authentic Sicilian and family recipes from the Aeolian Island of Salina, including Caponatina, Bucatini con Sarde, Pesce Spada, Polpo, Artisanal Cannoli and Salina’s signature dessert, “Panino di Gelato.” 95 School Street, Bridgehampton. 631-613-6469, osteriasalina.com.

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MATSulIn Asian $$ Finest Asian Cuisine. Zagat-Rated. Lunch, dinner, sushi & Sake Bar. Catering available. Open daily from noon. 131 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-8838, matsulin.com.

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have been a lot stronger, especially with investors. Buyers, I believe, know the market is changing, and numbers are slowly beginning to rise, so those who have been contemplating a purchase are now out there trying to make it happen,” says Canberg. Deciding where to make it happen, however, requires homework. An agent who has a complete understanding of a client’s needs can narrow the search from the beginning, and it’s eastport Bed & Breakfast, currently listed with robert Canberg important for an agent to educate clients about the distinctiveness of each deal of time with his family and enjoys sailing, town. For instance, Canberg notes “Westhampton is windsurfing, and playing tennis and soccer. “I believe unique because of its proximity to the highway. In the most valuable lesson I can share with my addition to having some of the most pristine beaches children is to be passionate and love what you do.” on the East End, we certainly have easier access says Canberg. “I love the challenges of real estate when it’s time to head back to New York City after and being of service to my clients and making a a long weekend getaway. My clients spend enough positive difference in their lives.” time in traffic when they’re in the city; Westhampton For more information about Nest Seekers International offers the best of both worlds without the extra time sitting in traffic. There are great deals in the visit nestseekers.com. To contact Robert Canberg call Westhampton Beach area, and my clients tend to get 631-816-0998 or email robertc@nestseekers.com. Visit DansPapers.com for the latest real estate a little more for their money.” When Canberg is not at work, he spends a good information on the East End. Courtesy Robert Canberg

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Huntington Sheldon to George Frederick Merck 476 Montauk Highway, $2,000,000

MONTAUk Gina Realty Inc. to Upland Realty Associates LLC 88 Old West Lake Drive, $2,900,000

bRIDGEHAMPTON 118 Dune Road LLC to 118 Dune Road Realty LLC 118 Dune Road, $4,257,500

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cALVERTON DSM of Baiting Hollow Inc. to G International Group LLC, 4129 Middle Country Road, $1,750,000

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EAST HAMPTON 38 Huntting Avenue LLC to James & Jean Bohm 38 Huntting Avenue, $3,100,000

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