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Fri. 7/29 • 11-12:30PM Fri. 7/29, Sat. 7/30 and Sun. 7/31 • 12-4PM • (Call for appt.) SAGApoNAck 154 West Montauk Highway, #5 • $1,650/month 4 Copeces Lane • $2,900,000 • Summer rental $80,000 COMMERCIAL RENTAL. Central location just became 5,500 sf. European-style villa set on 4 hilltop acres Sun. 7/31• 11AM-12PM Sat. 7/30 • 11:30AM-12:30PM & Sun. 7/31 • 3-4PM available. Clean, air conditioned office space divided with sweeping sunset views over Three Mile Harbor. 1 Cranberry Hole Road • $1,900,000 • A home 180 Merchants Path • $2,250,000 • SAGAPONACK into sections (can be reconfigured) is 850 sf and is 5brs and 5.5bths. 2 adjacent building lots totalling 6.3 created and designed by a celebrity LifestyleFri. expert. WITH TENNIS 4 bedrooms on 2.8 acres. Main floor Fri. 7/29 • 11-12:30PM 7/29, Sat. 7/30 and Sun. 7/31 • 12-4PM • (Call for appt.) AMAGANSETT SAGApoNAck 1-story building Highway, in a small shopping center with a acres• can be purchased. Web# rental H0147916. 4brs, 4 new bths, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, perfect master, vaulted ceiling living room heated pool 154 aWest Montauk #5 • $1,650/month 4 Copeces Lane $2,900,000 • Summer $80,000 parking lot. Web#H9039. Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 entertainment set up. LR opening into a garden with Blue Stone, gardens. Finished COMMERCIAL RENTAL. Central location just becamesurrounded 5,500 sf. European-style villa set on 4 hilltop acres n. 7/31• 11AM-12PM Sat. 7/30 • 11:30AM-12:30PM & Sun. 7/31 • 3-4PM Michael Nappa 631.204.2726 courtyard. Charming out buildings surroundwith a sweeping 2-car garage. Call for directions. Web# Fri. 7/29 Clean, • 11-12:30PM Fri. sunset 7/29, Sat. views 7/30 andover Sun. 7/31 • 12-4PM (Call for appt.) available. air conditioned office space divided basement, Three Mile •Harbor. Cranberry Hole Road • $1,900,000 • A home 180 Merchants Path • $2,250,000 • SAGAPONACK AMAGANSETT SAGApoNAck Fri. 7/29, Sat. 7/30 and Sun. 8/1 • 12-4PM • (Call for appt.) heated Gunite pool. Web#H10985. Lori Barbaria H40359. Lori Barbaria 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041 154sections West Montauk Highway, #5 • $1,650/month 4 Copeces Lane • $2,900,000 • Summer rental $80,000 into (can be reconfigured) is 850 sf and is 5brs and 5.5bths. 2 adjacent building lots totalling 6.3 eated and designed by a celebrity expert. WITH TENNIS 4 bedrooms on 2.8 acres. Main floor Sat. 7/30 • 10AM-12PM 16 Copeces Lane • $799,000 • Yearly Rental $42,000 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, COMMERCIAL RENTAL. Centralshopping location just became 5,500 sf. European-style villa set on 4 hilltop acres Sun. 7/31• 11AM-12PM • 11:30AM-12:30PM & Sun. living 7/31 • 3-4PM a 1-story in a small center with Sat. a 7/30 master, acres can be purchased. Web# H0147916. rs, 4 new bths, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, perfect vaulted ceiling room heated pool 6 Last building Lane • $3,500,000 • Waterfront home with Endless possibilities opportunity sub-divide available. Clean, air conditioned office space divided with sweeping sunsetwith views over Three to Mile Harbor. 1 Cranberry Hole Road • $1,900,000 • A home 180 Merchants Path • $2,250,000 • SAGAPONACK parking lot. Web#H9039. Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 tertainment set up. LR opening into a garden surrounded with Blue Stone, Finished 189 ft of exposure overlooking Shinnecok Bay. Open this 4 acre lot with 4br house, across from town and SAG hArBor into sections (can be reconfigured) is 850 sf and is 5brs and 5.5bths. 2 adjacent building lots totalling 6.3 Sat.created 7/30 • and 1-2:30PM designed by a celebrity Lifestyle expert. WITH TENNIS 4 bedrooms on 2.8 acres. Maingardens. floor Nappa urtyard. Charming out achef’s basement, garage. Call for directions. Web# floor plan with631.204.2726 wood floors and marble Halsey Marina in Three Mile Harbor area. Compound Michael a 1-story building in a small shopping centerkitchen. with a acres can be purchased. Web# H0147916. 7 Beach $6,300,000 • Breathtaking 4brs,buildings 4Plum new Court bths,surround a•gourmet kitchen, perfect master, vaulted ceiling2-car living room heated pool Fri. 7/29, Sat.opportunity 7/30 and Sun. 8/1 • 12-4PM • (Call parking lot.LR Web#H9039. Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 FDR and with fireplace. 4brs, 3bths plus guest Sat. 7/30 • 11:30AM-12:30PM & Sun. 7/31 • 12:30-1:30PM with adjoining 2.5 acre lot for withappt.) cottage ated Gunite pool.ocean Web#H10985. Lori H40359. Lori Barbaria 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041 entertainment set up.Barbaria LR opening a garden surrounded with Blue Stone, gardens. Finished and dune views, 4,000 sf., 5br,into 5.5bth, Michael Nappa 631.204.2726 7/30with • 10AM-12PM 16aCopecesor Lane • $799,000 • Yearly RentalWeb# $42,000 courtyard. Charming out buildings 2-car garage. Call for directions. Web# POST suite kitchen, loft and bath including seperate basement, 10 South Drive • $1,475,000 • NORTH HAVEN 4 acre lot with $3 Million chateau. H14429. Sat. 6.702.5649, 631.537.6041, custom millwork and cabinetry, EIK, surround chlorine-free Fri. 7/29, Sat. 7/30 and Sun. 8/1 •631.537.4203 12-4PM • (Call for appt.) 6 Last heated Gunite with pool.outdoor Web#H10985. Loriand Barbaria Lori Barbaria 631.537.6041 Lane • $3,500,000 • Waterfront homeand withH40359. guest cottage with new kitchen and bath.Pool MODERN in beach516.702.5649, community with private beach Endless possibilities with opportunity to sub-divide Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, heated pool/spa fireplace sauna. Sat. • 10AM-12PM 16 Copeces Lane • $799,000 • Yearly Rental $42,000 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, 2-car garage on 1.8 acre. Web#H22495. access, and boat slips. Five largehArBor bedrooms,one 189 ft 7/30 of exposure overlooking Shinnecok Bay. Open this 4 acre lot with 4br house, across from town and SAG Web#H0147189. t. 7/30 • 1-2:30PM 6 Last Lane • $3,500,000 • Waterfront home with Endless possibilities with opportunity to sub-divide Codi Garcete on the main floor. Spacious chef’s EIK, with granite Sat. in 7/30 • 12-1:30PM • (Must call for appt.) with 516.381.1031 wood floors and marble Halsey Marina Three Mile4br Harbor Lili Elsis 631.433.0099, 631.267.7305 Beach Plum Court •Sat. $6,300,000 • Breathtaking 189 plan ft of exposure overlooking Shinnecok Open this 4 acre lot with house,area. acrossCompound from town and floor SAG hArBor 7/30 • 1-2:30PM counter cooler, all the bells 19 Mainadjoining Street in • $1,999,000 • European Villa with FDR and LRwith with fireplace. 4brs, 3bths plus guest Sat.tops, 7/30wine • 11:30AM-12:30PM & and Sun.whistles. 7/31 • 12:30-1:30PM opportunity with 2.5 acre lot with cottage floor plan wood floors and marble kitchen. Halsey Marina Three Mile Harbor area. Compound ean and dune views,7 4,000 sf., 5br, 5.5bth, Beach Plum Court • $6,300,000 • Breathtaking Full basement. Web#H23095. Lori Barbaria Sat. 7/30 • 11-3PM elegant craftmanship. 5,000 sf on 2 acres with suite with kitchen, loft and bath including seperate 10 South Drive • Sun. $1,475,000 • NORTH HAVEN POST or 4 acre lot with $3 Million chateau. Web# H14429. FDR and LR with fireplace. 4brs, 3bths plus guest Sat. 7/30 • 11:30AM-12:30PM & 7/31 • 12:30-1:30PM opportunity with adjoining 2.5 acre lot with cottage ocean and dune 4,000 sf., 5br, 5.5bth, stom millwork and cabinetry, EIK,views, chlorine-free 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, 10 Last • $3,100,000 • Gorgeous Post Modern room for pool and$3 tennis. 1,800 sf LR, kitchen with guest BridGEhAMpToN suite with Lane kitchen, loft andkitchen bath including seperate Drive • $1,475,000 • NORTH HAVEN with POST private beach or 4917.865.2943, acre lot with Million chateau. Web# H14429. custom millwork andand cabinetry, EIK, chlorine-free cottage with new and bath.Pool and10 South MODERN in beach community Mosel Katzter 631.537.4203 ated pool/spa with outdoor fireplace sauna. Ongarage Bay. Wellon kept, neat andWeb#H22495. upand to date, openand concept. MODERNaccess, sitting bedroom with balcony and fpl. 2-car guest cottage with new kitchen bath.Pool in beach and community with private beach bedrooms,one Mosel room, Katztermaster 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 heated pool/spa with outdoor fireplace and sauna. 1.8 acre. boat slips. Five large eb#H0147189. 2-car garage on 1.8in acre. Web#H22495. slips.7/31 Five•large bedrooms,one Spacious rooms private location on private road access, Sat.and 7/30boat & Sun. 1-4PM • (Call for appt.) Additional 3brs and 2bths. Web# H33576. Sat.Web#H0147189. 7/30 & Sun. 7/31 • 12-1PM Codi Garcete 516.381.1031 516.381.1031 on floor. the main floor. Spacious chef’s EIK, with granite Sat. 7/30 • 12-1:30PM • (Must call forcall appt.) i Elsis 631.433.0099, 631.267.7305 Codi on the Spacious chef’s EIK, with granite Sat. 7/30 • 12-1:30PM • (Must631.537.4203 for appt.) andGarcete secluded lot. Hydronic heating in floors, 9 ft 60main Fourteen Hills Court • 2 Week Rental $40,000 Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 167Lili Dune Road • 15,500,000 • 300 FT. OF Elsis 631.433.0099, 631.267.7305 counter tops, wine cooler, all the bells and whistles. 19 Main Street • $1,999,000 • European Villa with tops, cooler, thefirst bellsfloor and whistles. 19 Main Street • $1,999,000 • European Villa with ceilings & 8 ft doors. Web#H12646. Bryan Whalen, counter 10,000 home, 5brsall plus and finished BEACHFRONT. Magnificent 5br home, Gunite pool, Full basement. Web#H23095. Sat. 7/30 •• 11-3PM elegant craftmanship. 5,000 sf 5,000 on• 2(Call acres with with Full lower basement. Web#H23095. Lori Barbaria Sat. 7/30Whalen 11-3PM elegant sf on 2 acres Anita 631.723.2721 level. Sleek, modern style, GuniteLori pool,Barbaria spa and pool house. 3-car garage. Chef’s kitchen, formal Sun. 7/31craftmanship. • 1:15-3:15PM for Appt.) 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, LastLane Lane •• $3,100,000 • Gorgeous Post Modern room pool and tennis. sfSummer LR, kitchen with BridGEhAMpToN 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, 1010 Last $3,100,000 • Gorgeous Post Modern andfortennis. 1,800 sf1,800 LR, •kitchen with BridGEhAMpToN tennis. Web#H1159. dining, master with fireplace. Views from allroom floors.for pool 42 Scallop Avenue • $699,000 Rental On Bay. Well kept, neat and up to date, open concept. sitting room, master bedroom with balcony and fpl. Well• kept, neat and up to date, open concept. Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 master bedroom of with balcony and fpl. from On Bay. Sat. 7/30 2:15-4:15PM 2.8Sat. acres. Call for directions. Web# H19782. sitting room, $36,000 Owner/artist modern home across Spaciousrooms rooms ininprivate location on private road roadSat. 7/30 Sat. & Sun. 7/31&• Sun. 1-4PM7/31 • (Call for appt.)• (Call for appt.) Additional 3brs and 2bths.H33576. Web# H33576. 7/30 & Sun. 7/31 • 12-1PM private location on private 7/30 • 1-4PM Additional 3brs and 2bths. Web# t. 7/30 & Sun. 7/31 • Barbaria 12-1PM $539,000 • 17 • 3brs, 3bths, Lori 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, Hands will award $100,000 worth of artSpacious and secluded lot.Westerly Hydronic Road heating in floors, 9 ft 60 Fourteen Hills Court • 2 Week Rental $40,000 Mosel Creek KatzterHarbor 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 167 Dune Road • 15,500,000 • 300 FT. OF and secluded lot. Hydronic heating in floors, 9 ft 60 Fourteen Hills Court • 2finished Week Rental $40,000 Mosel Katzter 917.865.2943, 631.537.4203 7 Dune Road • 15,500,000 • 300 FT. OF family & room, EIK, LR, DR, oversized 2-car garage. 10,000 Sat. • 1:30-2:30PM to the purchaser. 3brs plus loft and partially finished ceilings 8 ft doors. Web#H12646. Bryan Whalen, sf.7/30 home, 5brs plus first floor and BEACHFRONT. Magnificent 5br home, Gunite pool, ceilings & 8finished ft 631.723.2721 doors. Web#H12646. Bryan Whalen, 10,000 home, 5brs pluspool, firstspa and floor and finished EACHFRONT. Magnificent 5br 3-car home, Gunite pool, Partially basement, heated pool, deck with lower 35level. Mill Road •modern $599,000 • Northampton Colony lower level• leading out to• Gunite pool on 2/3rd Anita Whalen Sleek,sf. style, Gunite pool house. garage. Chef’s kitchen, formal Sun. 7/31 1:15-3:15PM (Call for Appt.) retractable Web#H19594. home, a private waterfront community withGunite private pool, spa and Web#Avenue H14967. 917.865.2943, Anita Whalen awning. 631.723.2721 lower level. Sleek, modern style, ol house. 3-car garage. Chef’s formal Sun. 7/31 • acre. 1:15-3:15PM • (Call for Katzter Appt.) tennis. Web#H1159. dining, masterkitchen, with fireplace. Views from all floors. 42 Scallop • Mosel $699,000 • Summer Rental Mosel Katzter 631.537.4203 Sat. 7/30 • 2:15-4:15PM 2.8 acres. Call forfrom directions. Web# H19782.42 Scallop Avenue $36,000 • Owner/artist modern home across from Constance Porto 631.723.2721 beach and917.865.2943, marina. This 2-story home features 3brs 631.537.4203 7/30 • 11AM-1PM tennis. Web#H1159. ning, master withSat. fireplace. Views all floors. $699,000 of • Summer Rental $539,000 17 Westerly Road • 3brs, 3bths, Barbaria 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, Hands CreekofHarbor will award worth of art Sat. and 2bths, in LR and EIK. Plenty of 631.537.4203 room for pool. 176Lori Lockwood Lane • $1,695,000 • South-of-theMoselfpl. Katzter 917.865.2943, 7/30 ••2:15-4:15PM 8 acres. Call for directions. Web# H19782. $36,000 Owner/artist modern home$100,000 across from family room,• EIK, LR, DR, oversized 2-car garage. Sat. Web#H40732. 7/30 • 1:30-2:30PM to the purchaser. 3brs plus loft and partially finished Sat. 7/30 • 1-3PM Joan Blank 631.537.7009 Sat. 7/30 highway, mint condition traditional, encapsulated $539,000 • 1712-2PM Westerly Road • 3brs, 3bths, ri Barbaria 516.702.5649, 631.537.6041, Hands Creek Harbor will award $100,000 worth of art Partially finished basement, heated pool, deck with 35 Mill Road • $599,000 • Northampton Colony lower level leading out to Gunite pool on 2/3rd 20 Sandra Drive • Situatedfinished on quiet 10 Trynz • Magnificient by farmfields. The 1600 sf. interior features 3brs, family room,Lane EIK,• $3,200,000 LR, DR, oversized 2-carwaterfront garage.home, a private Sat. 7/30 • 1:30-2:30PM to the purchaser. 3brs plus• $660,000 loft andKatzter partially retractable awning. 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East, Secluded $449,000 •1.1 LR acre with vaulted area, close to ocean beach and spacious deck with•private hot-tub and BBQ. 8 Club Sun. 7/31 • 2:15 to 4:15PM 7/30 PROFESSIONAL • 10:30 - 12PM 89 Northwest Landing Road •This $995,000 • 1flag acrelot withceiling Sat. • 2-3PM Absolutely charming Victorian the heart of Sat. renovated 4br, 3bth Ranch on a highAND lot features LR overlooking Northwest Harbor. 3br home fpl. Kitchen withlandscaping breakfast bar.and Dining OFFICES FOR POSSIBLE d 6.5bths, a heated Gunite pool and pool house, lots7/30 ofand privacy, mature Full concierge service, fitness cottage center,incabana 5 Bay Ave, East Quogue • $359,000 Drive $549,000 • Shinnecock Hills, lot and home situated on afrom picturesque 96 Argonne Road to East, $449,000 • LR with vaulted East with 1,000 bay access down the road. A great 8 Club with fpl.,•large kitchen and dining area.newly Room for affords water/sunset views its largemarina open living 3br, area withlarge sliders patio. 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Long Island, with its miles of beaches and acres of pools, is the ideal place to enjoy the delights of summer. But along with the fun of swimming, body surfing or just paddling around come some real dangers—including the risk for drowning. Statistics show that drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury and death for children ages one to four, and that drowning can occur in as little as two inches of water. For tips on water safety, Stony Brook’s Dr. Maribeth Chitkara, one of Long Island’s most committed advocates for summer safety, discusses steps you can take today to keep yourself, your family and your children safe all summer long.

What is the single most important thing to know about water safety? Never take your eyes off children who are in the water. Not even for a few seconds. Nine out of 10 drowning deaths occur when a caregiver is supervising but not paying attention. If you are at a party or with a group of people, have what the Long Island

Drowning Prevention Task Force calls a “designated water watcher.” Designate one person to keep a watchful eye on the children and rotate the assignment every 20 minutes or so to keep the watcher fresh. It is important to keep an eye on children and especially toddlers when around any kind of water—small kiddie pools, toilets, buckets of water when washing the car and the like.

What are some other water safety tips? • If a lifeguard is present, never assume that he or she will serve as your eyes. • Always keep a phone near the pool. • If you have a pool, complete four-sided isolation fencing can prevent 50 to 90 percent of child drownings or near drownings. • You may consider investing in safety covers for pools, whirlpools and spa tubs. • If you have an infant or toddler, use a toilet seat lock. • Keep in mind that water reflects the sun’s rays. For protection against harmful rays, be sure to use a broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more. Reapply frequently, especially after going into the water.

• If you will be outdoors for a good part of the day, be sure to stay hydrated to prevent heat stroke or exhaustion—especially if you are also exercising. Water is the best source of hydration for the body, and a good rule of thumb to remember is the “8 x 8” and “10 x 10 rule”: Women should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily and men should drink ten 10-ounce glasses daily.

What should you do if someone is drowning? It is important to get the person out of the water as soon as possible to get oxygen to their brain. If you can safely get the person onto land, do so; if not, immediately call for help. If there is a lifeguard present, enlist his or her aid. They are trained in water rescue and resuscitation. Otherwise, call 911 immediately. Once the person has been rescued, appropriate and timely medical treatment is essential. With near drowning, the victim suffers oxygen deprivation, which can cause long-term brain damage. In these cases, every minute counts. Whenever possible, the victim should be taken to a Level 1 Trauma Center—a designation indicating the highest

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level of care—where trauma experts such as those at Stony Brook are experienced in caring for near-drowning patients. This will save valuable time in transferring a patient should serious problems arise.

Where can people get more information about water safety? Stony Brook Children’s has partnered with the Long Island Drowning Prevention Task Force to develop a comprehensive water safety education program. For information, visit A free downloadable water safety pamphlet is available on the website. The pamphlets are also available at Stony Brook Children’s primary care practice offices throughout Suffolk County.

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Reunion! A 143 Band Festival Comes to Southampton on Labor Day By Dan Rattiner I don’t know if you noticed, but the Hamptons has been filled with music festivals this summer. It’s quite unusual. I’m not talking about just one-night concerts. Certainly we have plenty of those. I’m talking about whole long weekends of bands, with thousands of people attending and as many as 30 bands performing one after the other. At the beginning of the summer, May 12-15, we had 30 bands in Montauk performing at all different restaurants in that town on that weekend. The bands included 49 and Counting, One Love and Inda Eaton and it was a whole lot of fun for everybody. It was called The 2nd Annual Montauk Music Festival. Other bands that played included Ashleen Jones, Alfredo Merat, Ashleen, Bastards of Boom, Heaven & Earth, In Fiction, Days of Wild, the Dylan Emmett Band, Lombardi, The Folkadelics, Swamp Cabbage, the Isra Alien Dan Rattiner’s second memoir, IN THE HAMPTONS TOO: Further Encounters with Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires and Celebrities, is now available in hardcover wherever books are sold. The first memoir, IN THE HAMPTONS, published by Random House, is now available 1in5/6/11 paperback. Dan's Banner 10 million:Layout 8:52 AM Page 1

Band, Jewlee, Suddyn, the Lone Rider, Love in Stockholm, Mellish, Skumby, Mama Lee Rose and Friends, Method2Madness, Meghan Trainor, Perfect Stampede, Split Tongue Crow, the Green Children, the Magic Touch, Urban Sun, Vanessa Leonardo, Walking Upright, Who are Those Guys?, Zarni, the Motowrays, Third Estate and Paradigm. On July 30 and 31, the NoFo Rock and Folk Festival will be held at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue, with 16 bands attending. They include Foghat, Elvin Bishop, John Sebastian, Commander Cody, Corky Laing & The Memory Thieves, John Eddie, Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes & The Ryans Brothers of The Bogmen, Gene Casey & The Lonesharks, Nancy Atlas, TAOST, Jon DiVello Band, Miles To Dayton, Sunrise Skyline, Lance Lopez, Brady Rymer & The Little Band That Could! On the weekend of August 5-7, a big festival featuring 19 bands will settle in at the powwow grounds of the Shinnecock Indian Reservation for an event called Escape to New York. Among those bands in attendance will be The Static Jacks, White Rabbits, Tiger Love, Au Revoir and Chairlift. Also Patti Smith, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Best Coast, Of Montreal, the Psychedelic Furs (yes, those Psychedelic Furs), Mates of State, Graffiti 6, the Jolly Boys, the Mates of State, Reptar, Tiger Love and

Savoir Adore. Then on August 13 and 14, a concert given by 19 big rock bands will take place at the East Hampton Airport. The festival is called MTK: Music to Know. It will also go on all weekend, and besides parking at the venue, you can park your car on Saturdays and Sundays at the East Hampton High School and take a special shuttle bus out to the airport grounds. Among the bands attending will be We Are Scientists, Ellie Goulding, Vampire Weekend, Bright Eyes, Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, Chromeo, Tame Impala, M. Ward, Ra Ra Riot, Fitz & the Tantrums, Tom Tom Club, Dawes, The Limousines, Nicos Gun, Young Empires, The Naked And Famous, SUDDYN and Francis And The Lights. This is a lot of bands. And this is a lot of music festivals. Now we have learned that a New York City promoter named Harrison Starr is going to hold what he calls the “Hampton Reunion Weekend Music Festival,” (HRWMF) featuring all the performers of all the Festivals, back for a reprise, one big five-day bash over the long Labor Day Weekend. Altogether over five days there will be a total of 143 groups performing, three at a time, from three different bandstands facing in on one another at the busiest intersection (continued on page 24)


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Twenty Dollars Please Adventures of a Car Parker at BH Polo Matches By Dan Rattiner This past Saturday afternoon, with the temperature nudging 100°, I went up to Two Trees Farm in Bridgehampton to stand out in the blazing sun to join six other volunteers collecting the $20 parking fees from everybody driving into the Bridgehampton Polo event that day. It seemed like a crazy thing to be doing in that heat. But Bridgehampton Polo had graciously offered to donate the proceeds of the parking fees this year to the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, whose board of directors I am on, and to get this donation we would need a minimum of six volunteers at each of the six Saturdays that this event takes place between 2:30 and 5:30 pm. Six times six times three hours is almost 100 hours of work. There was no way I could not volunteer. And members of the staff and the advisory board and the board of directors all did. We would be on a dusty driveway, stopping cars, telling them it was $20 for the parking, and collecting the cash. There would be about 1,000 cars. You can see this was very much worth doing. Early in the day, after the previous day’s temperature topped 100 (and felt like 112), setting all sorts of records, I did think they might cancel polo. But they did not. We all got an e-mail about 11 a.m. from Bonnie Cannon, the director of the Child Care Center, that the matches would begin at 5 instead of 2:30 so as to be more bearable for all, particularly the horses. However,

it would still be necessary for us to show up at 2:30 because many people would not have gotten this message and would have come anyway at that time. We’d tell them to turn around and come back later or, alternatively, come on in and pay the $20, since that’s what they planned to do and since the polo itself was only sort of secondary to the see-and-be-seen quality of the day under the giant tent farther up the dirt road. The party could begin at 2:30 anyway, the polo would just be later. When my wife and I arrived, wearing hats and shorts and with bottles of drinking water

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By Susan Saiter Bridgehampton Polo opened the season with different sponsors and a makeover in format and crowd control, and the result was, like the match score itself, a landslide win—the herd was where it belonged, out on the field, and stomping was confined to divots this year, sparing the pedicures. In the game White Birch Farm versus Yellow Cab, the former led all the way. Tailgaters lolled in the shade sipping their homemade brews, and the bleachers, where the price is right (free), held the hardy true-blue fans, who said what 90 degree heat? Well anyway, guess what, they have the most excellent view of the (continued on page 30)

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in the Hamptons, which is the traffic triangle where Hampton Road and County Road 39 in Southampton meet up. All the permits have been got. All the arrangements have been made to shut down Route 27 for the five days. Traffic will be diverted by officers from the Hamptons Police Force either down Flying Point Road, up to David White’s Lane, or further east to the turnoff at Big Fresh Pond Road or even further east where Old Mill Road turns off from Montauk Highway and goes past the Water Mill Museum to Little Fresh Pond Road. Hampton Town Recreation Supervisor Joe Black together with Highway Superintendent Edward Smarts say that it has all been worked out. The configuration of the festival will be as follows. The general public—an estimated 123,000 will attend (which is the maximum)— will stand or sit on hay bales on the triangular half acre center island at that corner, with overflow onto the turning lanes and main road itself. The three bandstands will be placed on the outside corners of that intersection, with “green rooms” and rehearsal spaces and TV equipment in great trailers just behind all the stores at the intersection. And beyond that, a snow fence will surround the whole area so crashers cannot get in but will be forced to enter only at the “pay” table, where they will be given wristbands and personalized hay bales with their name on them to sit upon. Every hay bale will be hollowed out and have, inside of it, a goody bag, blue for the men, pink for the girls, with a thank you note for coming.  A lot of local people objected to having this

reunion concert, particularly at the location proposed and the Labor Day Weekend traffic and all. As a sop for these poor sports, though, promoter Starr has agreed to invite all the marching bands and bagpipe groups that played in the Fourth of July parade on Main Street in Southampton on July 1. There were nine bands in all. In addition, Starr is inviting all the performers who played every weekend in the summer at the Perlman Music Camp’s main tent on Shelter Island. There are 37 performers there studying every summer. All 37 have been invited and all 37 have accepted. Here’s who’s performing at the Hamptons Reunion Weekend Music Festival at the Hampton Road Triangle Intersection on Labor Day Weekend, September 2-5. I’m told that before the bands begin playing three at a time from the three stages, they will play, on the first day, all together all at the same time, with whatever music they choose. It will be a “Happening.” After that will come the three at a time and they will continue with that for the next four days, 24 hours a day. The bands will include the Saffron United Pipe Band of Babylon, SUDDYN, Mates of State, Graffiti 6, the Jolly Boys, Reptar, Tiger Love, We Are Scientists, Ellie Goulding, Vampire Weekend, Bright Eyes, the Southampton High School Marching Band, Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, Chromeo, Tame Impala, M. Ward, Ra Ra Riot, Fitz & the Tantrums, Tom Tom Club, Dawes, The Limousines, Nicos Gun, The Riverhead Blue Waves Marching Band, Young Empires, Hahn-Bin, The Naked And Famous, Francis And The Lights, Foghat,

The Pierson Pep Band, Elvin Bishop, John Sebastian, Commander Cody Corky Laing & The Memory Thieves, Ashleen Jones, Alfredo Merat, Bastards of Boom, Heaven & Earth, In Fiction, Days of Wild, the Dylan Emmett Band, Lombardi, The Folkadelics, Swamp Cabbage, the Isra Alien Band, Jewlee, the Lone Rider, Love in Stockholm, Mellish, Skumby, Mama Lee Rose and Friends, Method2Madness, Meghan Trainor, Perfect Stampede, Split Tongue Crow, the Green Children, the Magic Touch, Urban Sun, Vanessa Leonardo, Walking Upright, Who are Those Guys?, Zarni, the Motowrays, Third Estate, Paradigm, Will Hagen, Stephen Waarts, John Eddie, Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes & The Ryans Brothers of The Bogmen, Gene Casey & The Lonesharks, Bonacker Boom, Nancy Atlas, TAOST, The Hampton Bays High School Marching Band, Jon DiVello Band, Suzie on the Rocks, Edna’s Kin, Miles To Dayton, Sunrise Skyline, Claes Kleppers, Lance Lopez, Brady Rymer & The Little Band That Could! and 34 other not-yet-come-of-age musicians from the Perlman Music Camp. Tickets will go on sale this Friday at the traffic triangle beginning at 2 a.m. Be there or be square. And if you have a spare bedroom or two or three in your house and perhaps an available basement you are not using that weekend, call Mr. Starr at 631-555-3827.


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Time Warp A 1969 Corvair Finally Bursts into Flames By Dan Rattiner An old Chevrolet Corvair caught fire on Main Street in Southampton last Saturday afternoon. It was parked directly across the street from the restaurant 75 Main at the time and the diners there, many of whom were seated out on the sidewalk, saw the trunk start smoking and then burst into flames. In just minutes, the fire department came with hoses and put out the blaze. Many thought something strange must be in the trunk to catch fire like that. And indeed, when some of the diners wandered over and came back, they reported it was true. The engine was in the trunk. It was the engine that

had caught fire. The Chevy Corvair, and this was a 1969 model, came built with the engine in the back. When it was first introduced in 1960, Motor Trend Magazine declared it the car of the year for having the motor in the back. Whoever thought you could have a car with the motor in the back? With its weight back there, it would improve traction. All car manfacturers should consider having the engines in the back of their cars. In 1965, the existence of the now popular Chevy Corvair started a chain of events that many today believe brought the nation into the perilous state that it is in these days.

In that year, a young activist named Ralph Nader wrote a book called Unsafe at Any Speed. The book flew off the shelves, selling millions of copies, and its main idea swept the nation. The book, in its entirety, was about the Corvair and how, through some flaw in its engine design; it would sometimes, at random inconvenient moments, burst into flames. You could never predict when that would happen. Many people died from Chevy Corvair fires. As a result of this, GM, which made the car, tried for years and years to modify things so the engines would not burst into flames, but they never succeeded. Eventually, in 1969, the car (continued on page 28)

WHERE JOURNALISTS HAVE NEVER GONE BEFORE By Dan Rattiner If President Obama had to appear before a Congressional Committee about some transgression he might have been involved in, he would come alone and say what he had to say. On the other hand, if an English king had to appear before Parliament about some transgression, he would come surrounded by aides who could hold his hand, wipe his brow

and prompt him on what he had to say. Thus did Rupert Murdoch, an Australian businessman, come before Parliament and say what he had to say about a scandal in his camp, not as Obama might, or as even an ordinary businessman in England might, but as a king might. And Parliament treated him like one. They fawned all over him. They were almost apologetic over the fact that they had to talk to him about this mess.

“Do you accept you are ultimately responsible for this whole fiasco?” he was asked. “No,” he thundered. He explained that people he hired and trusted and the people who they hired and trusted were responsible. As he talked about what he would do to them, those who had betrayed his trust like this, he reinforced his commentary by, at appropriate moments, banging on the table with his fist. (continued on page 32)

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we would welcome the drivers and their passengers to the event and ask for the parking fee, good all day, just $20 for everybody in the car. I have to say that this was so much fun that all of us forgot about the sun and the blazing heat once the cars started coming. I wouldn’t say that if my job were a day-today car parker—but for one day? We were a team, we worked together and we all kind of bonded. And if one of us, at 5 p.m., did get a little sunstroke and had to quit, it was all still pretty amazing, because we got to see and interrelate with all who were coming to the event, whether we knew them or not, and whether they wanted to meekly hand over the 20 bucks or wanted to give us a hard time about it. What a challenge that was. I think we have all done this at one time or another—it’s a variation on the phrase “I’m with the band” to get out of paying an admission fee of some kind—and we all rather forgave them and I would say about half of them were willing and about half weren’t. And when we got done with them, very politely, about three quarters of them paid and about a quarter didn’t.

Bonnie and her mother, standing behind her

It is necessary to point out that from the drivers’ point of view, although it was clear in the program that there was a $20 parking charge, there was no sign where we were standing halfway up the dirt road that this was the place to pay it. So we’d wave and ask them to pull over, and it was a kind of friendly hijack from their perspective and a kind of big smile and “here’s the story” from ours.

“I would have to go to my ATM,” one woman said as she emptied her bag. “I could go out and come back or I could go later and give it to you after the event.” “Just bring it to me later.” I waved her through. Don’t want to slow things down. And of course I knew she was not coming back after the event. “I’m a guest of a sponsor.” “Well, it’s still 20 dollars to park your car,” I said. She paid. One dusty old car pulled up, there was a middle-aged man in it, and when I said “Welcome to Bridgehampton Polo and it’s $20 for parking for the day,” he reached over to the passenger’s seat and lifted up a shirt with alternating black and white stripes on it. That was enough for me. An umpire. “Just head right in, sir.” He headed off, his car, as with every car, raising dust. (A tank truck with a water sprinkler on the back came through several times during the day to keep the dust down, and it did help.) We did have our problems, though, particularly when we’d spread out down the road to take care of a whole herd of cars coming (continued on page 28)

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was taken off the market. How this car affected things today took place in the run up to the Presidential election of 2000. Say what you want about Bill Clinton, but with high taxes on the rich during his tenure, he left office after eight years with the country’s finances in surplus. But could it continue? In the fall of that year, Clinton’s vice president Al Gore was nominated to run as a Democrat. And George W. Bush, the Governor of Texas was nominated by the Republicans. According to the polls, Gore would win by several percentage points. But then, quite suddenly, Ralph Nader announced that he would run for President on a third party ticket. Nader had remained very active between his

sensational 1965 book Unsafe at Any Speed and the year 2000. He waged war against businesses that produced unsafe products. He and his “Nader’s Raiders” got many of them pulled off the market. He was always in the news. Nader’s entry into the Presidential Race created groans from the Democrats. Practically all Nader’s support would come from the touchy-feely wing of the Democratic Party. As a result of that, polls now showed the race for President too close to call. People urged Nader to endorse Gore and withdraw, but he wouldn’t do it. As we all know, George Bush won that election by a whisker, perhaps better known as a “hanging chad” in Palm Beach County

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where the matter was finally decided. It was the closest Presidential race in history. Indeed, Gore even got more votes, though he got fewer electoral votes. Yes, without Nader, things would have gone very differently in this country. Shortly after taking office, Bush, a businessman, announced massive tax cuts for the wealthy. The cuts would be in place on a a year-by-year basis, because such tax cuts would throw the country into a deficit. But he never did repeal them and the deficits continued. They were still not repealed when the financial collapse came at the very end of Bush’s Presidency in late 2008, and these tax cuts continue to this day. Now, the deficits are even bigger, with dire credit consequences facing us if we don’t either stop spending or repeal the tax cuts or both. Blame all this on the Chevy Corvair and its ability to catch fire at unexpected moments. As for this one, the owner soon appeared and made proper very sad noises and said not only was his very valuable antique car ruined, but so were a bunch of Ralph Lauren towels in the back that he had just bought for $100 each and which had caught fire too. Later, the car was towed away. It’s very rare to see a Corvair today. I say to this one just having caught fire—what took you so long?


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in. For example, when the herd would start through, we’d point to one of our volunteers farther on, and they’d drive farther on, but the volunteer farther on would wave them on through because they thought the pointing meant they were “okay.” We changed some hand signals to fix that. Each of us, one at a time, learned another lesson when we stopped a taxicab coming up. Taxicabs drop off and pick up, they don’t park. Oh. Bonnie organized us into a sort of factory assembly line. There were two of us working at any one time as “assemblers,” sitting on stacks of magazines under a small shade tent—there was a tent—putting together the magazines and brochures from the Child Care Center into bundles to be handed to the front line. The front line consisted of two people, Kayce on one side of the street for the entire time without a break, and Bonnie on the other side. They collected the cash, then calling up the reinforcements behind them when more collectors were needed for the herds of cars. The cars tended to be in three different categories. There were the families, usually in old minivans—the parents in the front, the kids strapped in the back—and they rarely gave us an argument, opening their wallets to give us the $20 without complaint. A second group was those connected with the putting on of the event. These were the workers in the farm trucks, drivers in horse trailers, polo players with friends in fancy cars, members of the press, sponsors of the event with blue VIP passes on the dashboards. We would wave them through. The third category was where it got (continued on page 36)

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By Dan Rattiner The thing about the annual Dan’s Papers Kite Fly, scheduled for Sagaponack Main Beach on the afternoon of Sunday August 7, is the fact that children who were brought to it by their parents years ago are now coming to it with their own children. Who knew this could ever happen? The first Kite Fly took place in 1972. It was a tumultuous year. Richard Nixon was president. The sixth crew of Americans had landed on the moon. People had just gotten used to color TVs. Hippies were everywhere. And there were protests for women’s rights, Black Power and an end to the Vietnam War. What happened on the beach in Sagaponack that summer was just another wonderful “happening.” Hundreds of people showed up with either homemade kites, storebought kites, or, as I recall, even no kite, but a limp string to show where one had been. A string quartet played Mozart. We had a magician and a face painter. And all the little children ran around laughing and screaming with delight. It was all free. No admission charge. No parking charge. No charity to support. No nothing. Just come on down and fly your kite. There were awards for the best ones. And everybody

got a CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION. Now it is 39 years later, and the kite fly is much the same, but the people and the times



are different. There will be this year those who were 8 years old at the first kite fly who are now 47 and happy to be bringing their own families. An AfricanAmerican, Barack Obama, is our President. We’ve just ended our space program. People have cellphones, computers and social media. They protest higher taxes, immigration rights and the national deficit. And we hope the war in Afghanistan will come to an end soon. Kite flying enthusiasts (or just anyone looking to have some family fun) are asked to meet at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack on Sunday, August 7, at 5:30 p.m. if they have a Town of Southampton parking sticker and 6 p.m. if they do not, kites in hand and up in the air before 6:30 for judging. This casual kite competition (there are approximately 15 different categories) runs until about 8 p.m. with judging closed at 7:15. The Kite Flying fun is accompanied by face painting, jugglers, magicians, and entertainment by local favorites The Jim Turner Band and children’s television characters parading the beach to say “Hello.” This year Bideawee, “the animal people for (continued on page 48)

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field, plus delicious shade a few chukkers into the game as the sun moved behind them. White Birch claimed victory over Yellow Cab, 16 to 10. The Blue Star Jets VIP tent scene this year was definitely more VIP and less scene. While in past matches sweaty bodies made for one big mass, it seemed this time fewer people were having more fun. Maybe in part it was those rosy Aperol spritzers that made everyone and everything look even more beautiful (if possible!) and helped whisk away inhibitions. Maybe it was DJ Airloom’s party tunes in counterpoint to the excited buzz under the tent. There’s nothing like a sexy rhythm in the air and confidence-in-a-glass to smooth the way to approaching that lady in the sundress that is cut down to here and hemmed up to there, or the guy with the standout tan that broadcasts “sports car, top down.” While a few women arrived in attire that looked more like it belonged on the beach, most ladies hit exactly the right note, whether in designer duds like flowy Puccis or classic Ralph Laurens, or in designer-unknown but great-looking garb, like Julia Hueholdt and Victoria Schmidt-Schaft, a blonde and a brunette in slinky sundresses, one black and one tan. “No designer,” Julia said in a luscious accent. “We just like the dresses.” The two women, new to polo, are from Germany, visiting Terri Nelson of Southampton. The frothiest dress was on the most famous fashion figure there—Betsey Johnson— accompanied by her daughter, Lulu. Johnson, tossing her long blond hair back, put all of her 90-pounds-plus into hurling the first ball to

begin the game. Johnson was in a billowing confection of a dress with itty bitty pink flowers on a cream background. “This fabric is from an old nightgown I had in high school,” she said. “and it’s the best-selling of my designs in stores right now.” It is probably safe to say that she was the only polo fan in pantaloons. “Not on sale, just a way of personalizing the outfit,” she laughed, twirling and kicking to show them off. If the pantaloons were reminiscent of another era, so was another polo fan, model Adrianna Bachich, in a mini dress revealing a wasp waist that would have made Scarlett O’Hara envious. Speaking of envious, wouldn’t anyone like to have the many-faceted success of her companion, Cindy Barshop? Barshop founded Completely Bare, the salon best known for hair removal anywhere you want it removed. She said she had just expanded nationally this year, and next year she expects to go international, starting with Brazil. And when she’s not working, she’s still working—Barshop is also the newest housewife on the reality show The Real Housewives of New York City. In the past, Bridgehampton Polo provided one big VIP section. This year, it is segregated: $10,000 will buy you and your guests one of the comfy outdoor sofas, coffee table, and wait staff. No complaints were heard in the standingroom-only back, since it is next to the bar. The only real incident was a woman breaking the new no-kids rule by strolling in with a couple of toddlers, one of whom proceeded to try to take

apart some of the displays, almost dropping a crate of fake coconuts on his bare feet from the Vita Coco booth, while Mom broke another rule by pulling out a pack of cigarettes from her orange Chanel bag and lighting up. The security person who arrived was as polite as could be. “I really don’t want to have to do this,” he said apologetically, “but we are serving alcohol here.” After making the understatement of the year, he was ignored. Eventually, she walked out, and nobody lost face, it seemed, except one of the little boys who was crying. Anyone who left early would have missed Russell Simmons, co-founder of hip-hop label Def Jam and creator of the Phat Farm clothing line, who was immediately surrounded by reporters as he discussed his approval of the new gay marriage law. With Mercedes-Benz gone as a sponsor, the fancy car display was missed by some, but new sponsors offered great browsing, and co-founder and owner of the club, Peter Brant, was optimistic about the great tradition continuing. The two teams who tenaciously fought it out in the heat were loaded with superstars, like Nacho Figueras, who played the number two spot for New Jersey team Yellow Cab. That team’s owner, Simon Garber, played number one, alongside other team members Michel Dorignac and Luis Escobar. Anyone who attends Bridgehampton Polo regularly will recognize names from White Birch Farm’s lineup: Mariano Gracida, Fredy Mannix, Mariano Aguerre, and owner Peter Brant.

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The Members of Parliament were taken aback. Hear! Hear! one of them was heard to shout. Murdoch was on THEIR side. It’s easy to forget what this is all about. This is about reporters—private investigators is their official title—listening in on hundreds and thousands of phone calls and reading e-mails written by private citizens throughout England, from the lowliest of dustbin collectors to the staff in the Royal Palace, looking for juicy tidbits about anybody to put in the paper. After that, Scotland Yard, gathering all the evidence about these transgressions, nevertheless, obviously at the request of the government, kept them in plastic bags untouched for four years. Murdoch may or may not have known his reporters were going to such lengths, but there is no doubt he encouraged them to do so in every way possible. He was determined to beat his competitors to the punch. At one point, a man walked over to Murdoch to try to bash a cream pie into his face. Murdoch’s young wife stood up and slapped the man in the face before he was able to do so. And then a policeman hauled him away. After this “grilling” was over, commentary mostly consisted about the wonderful way the Old Lion had conducted himself and did you see how brave his wife was in the face of that shameful attack? Before Murdoch’s appearance, it was considered possible that Murdoch might be forced to resign as Chairman of News Corp. After it was over, Wall Street breathed a sigh of relief. Others further down the News Corp

chain would pay the price. The shares of News Corp leaped up 5% in just one day. How far down the food chain became apparent when, later in the day, I watched Rebekah Brooks, the editor of the now defunct News of the World, appear before Parliament. “So what you’re saying,” an MP said to her, “is that although you were the editor and there were 17 private investigators employed doing more than 200 ‘investigations’ of the sort we are now talking about, you only knew and dealt with one of them?” “Yes, and that was on another matter entirely. We were trying to get some addresses for people.” Someday, the man who empties the dustbin will be carted off to jail. Well, if nothing else, and there will likely be nothing else, although reporters will continue to get information in other ways, the business of tapping people’s telephones, instant messages and other things will probably now come to an end. So that’s a good thing. The other ways, of course, are that you call somebody up who might know something, ask them about it, and if they tell it to you you can write it down and write about it later. And for the juicy bits, it’s the same thing, and sometimes it’s somebody calling in, but money changes hands. There have been some people who have suggested that the New York Post, which is owned by Murdoch, has been doing the same thing their British counterparts are doing. As a newspaperman with 51 years standing, I tried to find out if by reading the paper I could see

any evidence of this. I could not. Here is a summary of some of the juicier stories that appeared in the front of the New York Post on Thursday, July 21 that might have benefited from phone hacking, together with my opinion if any of the stories were gotten from phone hacking. PAGE ONE The former bodyguard of Brittany Spears says that when he was in her employ she engaged in nose picking, chain smoking and excessive episodes of farting in public. The former bodyguard is suing Spears for sexual harassment. No phone hacking here. A Brooklyn-based escort service, which usually has 25 escorts available at any time, 24/7, was shut down. Info came from the police. No phone hacking. PAGE THREE A man crashed his small plane into the roof of his mother’s house in Oberhallau, Switzerland because, it seemed, he hated her. He called her from the cockpit saying, “Are you home, Mom? I’m just about to drop in,” just before the crash. He was killed. She was in the basement and survived. Info does involve phone hacking, but was probably done by an English publication, then republished in the Post. I can’t imagine a Swiss publication doing this. Soon we will no longer have to endure a full, accurate x-ray scan of our bodies on a TV screen when we go through airport security. There’s going to be just an outline of a generic body with the dangerous stuff, such as a (continued on page 34)

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Rowing Around Long Island, Another Attempt

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By David Lion Rattiner A great way to raise awareness for a charity or a group is to accomplish a feat of extraordinary athleticism. We saw Chris Carney do this with “The Soldier Ride,” which is now a national brand, after one day he decided to ride his bicycle from the Hamptons across the country to raise awareness for veterans wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s always an extremely exciting thing to see people do such things, and it’s a great way to raise awareness for good causes. One man, however, is raising a great deal of awareness by attempting to row a boat around Long Island. His name is Chris Cuddihy and for two years in a row he has claimed that he will row his boat around Long Island without the help of an engine, in order to raise money and awareness for the Suffolk County United Veterans Project, which is based in Yaphank. Both last year and this year, however, he has been unsuccessful; Cuddihy has called it quits on his rowing duty. This year, his six-man crew decided that the wind was too strong to handle and that significant damage was done to their catamaran, causing them to head for shore and try again next year. It is interesting to note that while his two attempts to row

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around Long Island have been unsuccessful, his ability to raise awareness for his charity has been nothing but successful. Nearly every media outlet on Long Island has covered the story of Cuddihy, drawing the attention of thousands of people to him and to his charity. But he hasn’t accomplished what he said he is going to do. Have we discovered a new way to raise money? Cuddihy has vowed that next year will be the year that he will be able to pull off the row, but if you think about it, he may have discovered a brand new way to gain an extreme amount of attention for a charity, simply by failing at

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bomb in your underpants, highlighted. Came in a TSA press release. No phone hacking. PAGE FOUR The Army psychiatrist who is accused of 13 counts of premeditated murder in a Fort Hood rampage will be defended by three military lawyers. So we all pay for this with taxpayer money. Came from court papers over the AP wire. No phone hacking. The rear door of an armored car swung open as it was driving down the Van Wyck Expressway and out fell a big bag of 10,000 quarters ($2,500), which broke open and spooshed the quarters all over the northbound three lanes. Traffic was stopped for a while. Came from a police report. No phone hacking. Tagged onto this story is the recollection of the time when 48,000 potatoes spilled onto the Hutchinson River Parkway near Scarsdale last month after a crash. No phone hacking here either. The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, which has collected $21 million for charity since it began in 1997 after her death, has been closed. “It was never intended to last forever,” a member of the charity said. Story came from an English paper, probably Murdoch-owned. No phone hacking. PAGE SIX SAME-SEX SOUVENIRS READY FOR GAY

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WEDDERS is the headline on this story that shows pictures of gay couples on coffee mugs, wine stoppers and rubber duckies. Gathered up by a Post reporter. Good work. No phone hacking. Here’s an item that almost PROVES the Post does no phone hacking. The apartment of the guitarist of the Brooklyn-based band Broken Glow was raided by the FBI last Tuesday, who said they were investigating possible phone hacking. Guitarist Garrett Deming said he felt “shock and awe” at their being there but that


it was also true their wireless router was not password protected so it could be someone in an adjacent apartment. What can I say. Probably phoned in by Deming looking for a mention of Broken Glow. PAGE SEVEN Paris Hilton of Southampton, interviewed on “ABC News” by reporter Dan Harris, walked off the set when asked, “do you ever worry your moment has past?” Probably phoned in to the Post by a viewer. No phone hacking here. PAGE EIGHT A high-speed bicyclist has been terrorizing women on the streets of Astoria, Queens by zipping by them and as he goes either giving them a grope or a little pat on the butt before rushing off. There have been more than 25 reports of this. Probably came from a reporter checking out the day’s happenings at the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit. No phone hacking. Former NYC Schools Chancellor Cathie Black, after attending a party to watch the fireworks at Devon at the home of Ben Krupinski on Gardiner’s Bay to watch the fireworks at Devon, hit a tree while trying to back her SUV out of his driveway. Hmmmm. But I don’t think it’s phone hacking. Conclusion: The Post does not cross the line.

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complicated. These were the great many people, wealthy people, driving convertibles and other expensive cars with the cars all detailed and shined up for the occasion. Those inside were fashionably dressed—the older men in whites, the women, old and young, dressed to kill in low-cut dresses and jewels, the young men all slender and handsome with those three-day beards. And yet, with frighteningly large regularity, many of them having no legitimate reason not to pay the $20—declared they didn’t have to pay nevertheless. “I’m a guest of one of the sponsors,” one told me. “It’s $20 to park your car,” said I, carrying my brochures and looking in at all the mahogany and leather. “And it all goes to the Bridgehampton Child Care Center.” The car, a Maserati, its top down, remained idling. That was not the end of the conversation. “It’s all for charity, all to the Bridgehampton Child Care Center,” I would try. “One hundred cents on the dollar of the profits.” They just stared at me. I gave up. “Go ahead,” I said, waving them on. It seemed to me, the more expensive the car the prettier the girl, and the harder it was

to get the money from the driver. “I don’t pay. Give a call to what’sher-name, Sheila I think her name is, from Palm Beach, who runs the place.” I was giving up. “Go on through.” Bonnie, I thought, being Director of the Child Care Center, was a much better salesman than I was. She was really raking it in. “You need to be tougher,” she told me. “But keep smiling.” The worst was a guy who stopped when I asked him to, pointed to the car in front of him when I looked in, and said, “I’m with him,” and roared off. A well-to-do husband and wife team who are friends of mine drove up in a bright red convertible sports car. They were all dressed up for the day, and I approached the wife on the passenger’s side and told her I’d take care of the $20 because they were friends and sometime donors to the Child Care Center, while my wife approached the driver and asked for the $20, which the husband gave her. “How did you get that?” I asked as she waved it in the air. “She’s prettier than you,” the driver shouted.

About a quarter to five, some farmhands led groups of polo ponies past us and up toward the playing field. The horses, trotting along, were just so beautiful, and seemed so alert and excited about what would soon transpire. At ten after five, we began to hear cheering and things being said over a loudspeaker. The match, apparently, was about to begin. At around six, there were almost no more cars coming in. We packed up and left. My wife and I then went home, jumped in the pool, showered, changed and went out to a dinner party. It was a very good day’s work. The Bridgehampton Child Care Center sits on six acres of land on the Sag Harbor Turnpike. It offers day care, after-school activities, lectures, a sandbox play area, basketball courts, computer classes, field trips, college scholarships, Black History Night, Dia de Los Ninos, yoga, play periods and, at this time of year, a summer camp. Next Saturday, some of us will be there again and there will be others from the community, the Center and the board and advisory council too. Bonnie and Co. will be there again, no doubt. She’s quite a woman. If you want to donate a check to the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, the address is at the end of this article. Otherwise, when you come to polo, we’re gonna get you. The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, 551 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 11932, 631-537-0616, Mailing address: P.O. Box 1197, Bridgehampton, NY 11932.

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Former Mayor Koch Pleads for Fairness By T.J. Clemente This past weekend I met with former New York City Mayor Ed Koch to talk about the future of New York politics. He was trying to escape the 100-plus degree heat by staying out on the East End. For many years Koch would visit his sister in Amagansett, though he now usually stays at a good friend’s home in the Hither Hills section of Montauk. Koch is still a tall lion of a man at 86-years-young (he turns 87 on December 12), and he is focused on “fairly” reconstructing the state’s electoral districts. He explained that a by-product of the 2010 census is that New York State will lose two Congressional seats, which will leave us with only 27 seats in the House of Representatives. According to experts, the 27 new districts will average 719,298 residents each. The existing 29 congressional districts currently average 655,344 residents. This change stems from New York’s population growth rate of 2.19% compared to the national rate of 9.7%. The New York Legislature has the sole power to create these districts. While there is a legislature commission (six members) on redistricting, it only acts in an advisory role. Both houses must pass a bill that Governor Cuomo would then sign into law. Afterward, the final deal must meet with the approval of the United States Department of Justice. In March 2010, a year after surviving a heart condition crisis, Koch (along with Dick Dady of the Citizen Union Foundation) created NY Uprising. As this former mayor explained to me, the group wants to recreate “good government again in Albany by correcting the redistricting process that is done every 10 years.” He also said that Democratic State

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Assembly Majority Leader Shelly Silver and Republican State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos are not “evil people,” but he noted that an independent eye is needed. Before the last election in November 2010, the still-recovering Koch crisscrossed the state to get candidates to take the NY Uprising pledge for an independent approach in the upcoming redistricting process. He named the 350 supporters of his group “Heroes of Reform,” while those who refused to sign the pledge were deemed “Enemies of Reform.” (New York Assemblyman Fred Thiele took the pledge and says he will uphold it; State Senator Ken LaValle did not take the pledge.) Ultimately

138 “Heroes” were elected to the legislature, comprising a majority in each house. However, 43 State senators (including Skelos) and 11 State assemblymen have reneged on the pledge. Koch, an optimist, believes he may still be able to convince some of these to come back to his point of view. Governor Cuomo has vowed to veto anything other than a fair, impartial bill to draw the new district lines, and NY Uprising still has the votes in both houses to prevent a veto override. Stay tuned, Koch pledges to be up and at it again soon, to give all of us in New York State a good fair chance at “lasting good government.”

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“90210” star Lori Laughlin. * * * The Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) held their annual benefit on July 23, The CMEE Family Fair. Hosted by Co-Chairs Mariska Hargitay, Ali Wentworth and Katie Brown, it raised $200,000 for yearround programming at the museum. About 950 guests were treated to Big Top Entertainment at the circus. Guests included “Nurse Jackie” Edie Falco, “Cougar Town’s” Christa Miller and her husband Cougar Town’s Creator, Bill Lawrence. * * * Ira Rennert and wife Ingeborg hosted a fundraiser in support of Randy Altschuler at their famous Sagaponack spread last weekend. In attendance were House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Kenneth Bialkin, Peter and Mary Kalikow and Andrew Sabin. * * * Up-and-coming rockers The Postelles stopped by the Dan’s Papers offices in Bridgehampton on Monday for an interview with Dan’s summer music writer Bo Dermont. * * * he AIDS Community Research Initiative of America held their “Cocktails at Sunset” benefit at photographer Steven Klein’s Bridgehampton home last weekend. Guests included Calvin Klein, Rachel Zoe, Francisco Costa and more. A silent auction featured work by Ross Bleckner, Herb Ritts and Ryan McGinley. * * * Nest Seekers International has appointed Regis Roumila as Senior Vice President of Sales and Managing Director. * * * Stars flocked to the Hamptons for Haiti benefit at The Ross School in East Hampton to support Maria Bello, actress and co-founder of and Nicole Ross, Chief Medical Operations Coordinator of GlobalDirt. org. Those who attended the event and showed their support were:  NBC’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star Mariska Hargitay, CBS’s “Medium” star Patricia Arquette, founder of Urban Zen Foundation and designer Donna Karan, actors Liev Schreiber, Fisher Stevens and Terry O’Quinn, New York Ranger Sean Avery, models Hilary Rhoda and Kristine Szabo, director and producer Doug Liman, singers Melky Jean and Barbara Guillaume, author Alison Thompson, fashion photographer Marc Baptiste, designer Christopher Fischer, benefit-chair of Southampton Hospital’s 53rd Annual Summer Gala Jean Shafiroff and philanthropist and model Anjhula Singh Bias. * *   * (continued on page 44)

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How What I Painted Wound Up with Madoff later, to take a chance on a young man who dreamed of starting his own newspaper called Dan’s Papers. Merton Tyndall, on a handshake, gave Dan his first start-up loan and the rest, as they say, is history. Tyndall family history includes Tyndall Point, that gorgeous piece of land where you leave Sag Harbor by ferry for Shelter Island. Tyndall Road in Noyac is also named for David’s ancestors. With roots this deep it was a given that David would grow up summering in Bridgehampton, even when his father Richard had moved his family to Michigan to work as a director of manufacturing. Every summer the Tyndalls would return to Bridgehampton

for an extended stay and catch up with family and friends, including those potato farmers Merton helped keep going through the Great Depression. And every summer young David would drink in the sights unique to this area and eventually put them on canvas as he grew up to be an accomplished painter. Years ago Chrysalis Gallery in Southampton began representing David’s work and every summer David returns to Bridgehampton. Now he brings his own family of four children and his wife Pam, to carry on the Tyndall tradition in the house that his grandfather built in (continued on next page)

Painting by David Tyndall

By Kathleen White This is one of those “when worlds collide stories” that always seem to land in the Hamptons. The cast includes the infamous swindler Bernie Madoff, whose crimes were tagged “extraordinarily evil” by the judge who sentenced him to 150 years behind bars; the president of the Bridgehampton Bank who loaned a young man named Dan money to start his own newspaper; and a talented artist known as “unknown” according to the U.S. Marshall assigned to execute Bernie’s Big Yard Sale to benefit his swindled victims. This strange world collision began with a letter bearing the headline: “This letter is for David Tyndall, the artist.” David Tyndall is indeed an artist, an extraordinarily talented painter. His work is represented by Chrysalis Gallery in Southampton and he is known for capturing the architectural beauty unique to the East End. He has painted barns and cupolas, the Sag Harbor movie theater, local churches and quaint shops and a variety of other arresting architectural images. David’s love and appreciation for the East End runs deep. His great-grandfather was Richard Tyndall, a nurseryman for the Kahle estate, a sprawling jewel in Bridgehampton that ran from the corner of Ocean Road to Church Lane back in the day, the day being the 1860s. Richard Tyndall built his own family house in the 1860s, conveniently located on a flag lot on Church Lane, thereby making his commute to work on the Kahle estate simply a matter of crossing the road.  Richard had a son named Merton who also had an easy commute, in fact he had two easy commutes. First to his Bridgehampton Public School, which was located on what is today the baseball diamond next to the Bridgehampton Fire Department on the appropriately named School Street. Merton’s second easy commute was to his job at The Bridgehampton Bank, now the site of Starbucks on Main Street. Merton had worked his way up to bank president and served the bank for more than 50 years including during the stock market crash of 1929 and The Great Depression. David recalled how his grandfather was very proud of the fact that he was able to keep the bank open during the crash and Depression and steer it toward a solid future by helping the local farmers maintain their loans and investments through the very worst of times. It was this honorable track record that enabled Merton, decades

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the 1860s, so he could walk to work as the nurseryman on a large estate off Ocean Road. And then, as is apt to happen, worlds collided. That letter arrived, the one headlined “For David Tyndall, the artist.” It began: “Dear David, We met you a few years ago at Chrysalis Gallery in Southampton and have been a fan of yours.....” The writer went on to inform David that she and her husband had recently purchased one of David’s barn paintings at a Bernie Madoff auction to recover money for Madoff’s swindled victims. She was hoping she had contacted David Tyndall, the artist, in Michigan to find out more about the location of the barn so

lovingly captured on canvas. “We are the new owners of it and are very happy...It has a nice home now and we will cherish it!” the new owners happily reported. “My first reaction was ‘I wonder whose money he used to buy it,’” said David referring to Bernie the world’s most infamous swindler. Like most people, David had watched in fascination as the Madoff scandal broke and then spread like wildfire. Like many, David was struck by the extent of Madoff’s destruction and the fact that he not only swindled “the little guys” but also the presumably more savvy bold-faced names. David’s second response when he learned that Madoff had one of his paintings was that he found himself contemplating Madoff’s taste

in art. “My paintings are like my children, I spend a lot of time with them,” he said, so he knew immediately what barn the new owner of the painting was asking about. “It’s a peaceful scene, the kind of scene I am drawn to, usually with peeling paint, the sense of history and time passing.” The barn sits on a small rise, back from the road but clearly visible from Main Street in Wainscott, not far from the Wainscott Chapel. “I don’t picture him [Madoff] having any interest in the small quiet sense of it, the peaceful world out here. I picture him more modern with cars and boats and flashy watches.” Watches indeed. David Googled the Bernie Madoff auction being held by the U.S. Marshal. He began to scroll through page after page of items, including “all those watches! It seemed like thousands,” David said. He persevered and finally there it was, the barn, lovingly preserved on canvas. “There was lots of sports equipment, miscellaneous junk, it looked like someone was cleaning out their garage. In the back was an easel with my painting on it. Not exactly a gallery show! There was also an inventory included with the picture that itemized each item by lot number. I found my painting and it said something about realistic barn painting, oil on board, the year and Tyndall, unknown artist, that was the worst part!” Later David would be happy to learn that it sold for $2,000 even though the estimate on it was a mere $210-$240. And he was decidedly not an unknown artist because the couple that bought his painting were already true-blue fans. He ended up inviting the new owners to meet him once again at Chrysalis Gallery to enjoy his recent work.  And what would his grandfather Merton Tyndall, the former bank president who helped potato farmers stay the course during The Great Depression, think of Bernie Madoff’s crime of the century? “Today’s financial world, the kind of money that changes hands, it’s so unlike their world,” David mused. “Bridgehampton was a little farming community known for its potatoes. It was such a different way of life than today.” Indeed, back then a young dreamer who yearned to start his own newspaper could get a meeting with a bank president and secure a start-up loan to chase that dream because the bank president recognized a good man’s character when he saw it. Back then a man’s handshake and word of honor were his collateral. Then again, that’s what seems to be at the heart of the Bernie Madoff swindle of the century. A handshake and promise to do the right thing. Except in Madoff’s case, his honor was non-existent.  For paintings by David Tyndall contact Chrysalis Gallery, 2 Main St., Southampton. 631-287-1883. To view his work visit www.

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The Gas Embarrassments By T.J. Clemente New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele (I, D, Working Families–Sag Harbor) is unhappy about what he considers high gas prices on the East End, and he is planning to send a weekly listing of the worst offenders to Dan’s Papers to print. Thiele has been fighting against zone pricing by national fuel companies and irregular practices by local suppliers with many bills in Albany over the years, but somehow those concerned seem to slip by the letter of the law and we are stuck with the higher costs. With prices once again on the rise nationally and even higher here on the East End, we must all


applaud his efforts. Thiele will provide the State Attorney General with a monthly survey of gasoline prices in the Hamptons, as compared to other locations in New York State, as a follow-up to charges of gasoline price gouging on the South Fork that he made over Memorial Day weekend. The American Automobile Association (AAA) provides for a regional survey on New York State gasoline prices. However, there is no survey that looks solely at the South Fork. Thiele’s reports will look at the prices on Montauk Highway, the main thoroughfare for the South Fork. There may be prices that are higher or lower in the region, but the survey will reflect the average. In Thiele’s July 13 survey, the price seen most often was $3.99 per gallon at nearly a half-dozen stations. This was 3 cents more than the average for all of Long Island, 10 cents more than the New York State average and 2 cents less than the price in New York City. “Gasoline prices are still too high,” Thiele said, “nearly a dollar higher than a year ago. However, since I contacted Attorney General Schneiderman, the differential between the South Fork and the rest of the State has narrowed considerably. I appreciate his work on behalf of our motorists. On Memorial Day, gasoline prices across Long Island were 17 cents lower than on the South Fork. Today that differential has narrowed to 3 cents. Even the differential with the North Fork, which was around 35 cents on Memorial Day, had narrowed to 10 to 15 cents.” Let’s all hope his watchful eye will keep the average price lower and save us all some gas money.


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By Katlean de Monchy “Giving back is a tradition,” practiced with vigor and vitality by Jean Shafiroff, who is a prototype of modern-day American philanthropy. As the event chair of the Southampton Hospital’s Summer Party, Shafiroff has helped make Southampton Hospital a place to be proud of. In her fifth year of involvement and her second as Event Chair, she approaches her mission with passion and commitment. I sat down with Shafiroff at Le Cirque restaurant in Manhattan to conduct this interview to find out a little more about her volunteer work for Southampton Hospital’s Summer Party. She grew up on Long Island and has lived in New York City for most of her life. In addition, Shafiroff has been a summer resident of Southampton for the past 15 years. She enjoys spending her private time with her husband and two daughters. The family actively supports the Southampton Animal Shelter, and has rescued four dogs and one cat. This summer, their two daughters, Elizabeth and Jackie, served as Junior Chairs of the shelter’s Unconditional Love Gala Honoring Karen LeFrak. Shafiroff is also a member of the Metropolitan Opera Club, the Doubles Club and the Southampton Bath and Tennis Club. She holds an MBA from Columbia University and a BS in Physical Therapy from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. She has worked in public finance and private partnerships on Wall Street, and prior to that was a physical therapist at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City. She learned early of the importance of being able to assist those in need.   Shafiroff supports many charities, including the New York Women’s Foundation, Lighthouse International, the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (JBFCS) and Southampton Bath and Tennis Club Charitable Foundation, to name a few, though her primary focus now is Southampton Hospital. She said, “the planning and fundraising for the following year begins in August, within days of disassembling the tent

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“Collectively, if we all work together with a common goal, we can make changes in the world.” from the summer party.” Shafiroff appears like a conductor of a symphony orchestra, watching each section so they perform collaboratively to perfection. Somewhat guarded in her responses, she always emphasizes the “we” instead of “I.” She works long hours on charity, from meetings during the day to e-mails late at night. “I will discuss the charity if someone seems interested,” she said. I asked her how she feels about being turned down when she asks for support, “it’s not

always easy, but I try not to take it personally. If an individual does not want to contribute this year, perhaps they may want to get involved in future years. Asking people to donate can be difficult, but I remember that I am not asking for myself. Some people are committed to other charities. Others have had financial and personal setbacks. It is key to understand this and accept it.” Among the funding innovations Shafiroff has accomplished for the Hospital, she has assembled a group of Vice Chairs, all of whom have contributed $10,000 or more. The result is 38 Vice Chairs and counting, plus Chairs of other sectors. She is very committed to a team approach, “let’s do this together, if you can help financially, that’s wonderful, if you can donate with your time, also wonderful.” When the hospital received $5 million from Jenny and John Paulson, it was assigned to the ER with the aim of making it one of the best emergency rooms on the East Coast. Today the revitalized ER facility serves more than 25,000 people a year, from Montauk to West Hampton. “When you drive on Route 27 you see many ambulances taking their sick and injured to Southampton Hospital,” Shafiroff said. What I personally felt came across most strongly during this exchange was that Shafiroff really loves her work. She speaks with unyielding passion about helping people in any and every way she can. Her family— her husband and two daughters— supports her passion for charity. So important is her desire to help out, and she is making that happen. We are certain to see more from her and the results of her approach to philanthropy.

Southampton Hospital’s 53rd Annual Summer Party, an evening of cocktails, silent auction, raffle, dinner and dancing to benefit The Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department, Saturday, August 6, 6:30 to 11 p.m. Corner of Wickapogue and Old Town Roads, Southampton. Table sponsorships start at $7,500. Tickets are $750 per person and $375 for Juniors (35 and under). For more information about tickets and special events, call 631-726-8700 ext. 3 or 7. 

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Week of July 29 – August 4, 2011 Riders this week: 13,814 Rider miles this week: 152,832 DOWN IN THE TUBE Author Robert Caro was seen on the subway heading to Sag Harbor from East Hampton. He was sitting there reading a book. HAPPY BIRTHDAY RACHAEL! Rachael Potter, the company dietician, purchasing agent and chief janitor in our Hampton Bays headquarters cafeteria, is 54 years old today. We wish her well, especially

since now she can get married to her longtime companion, what’s her name. BOXING MATCH RESULTS The first of what are expected to be several boxing programs was held for our “pushers” in the main meeting room of our Hampton Bays offices on the second floor. The “pushers” are those 20 people we have hired for the summer who, wearing headgear, chest protectors and shin guards, help shove straphangers onto the subway cars during the rush hours. It seemed a natural thing that they might want to let off



a little steam with boxing tournament. A ring was set up. But just one bout was scheduled for our first Saturday evening matches. There had been a big controversy about whether a pusher named Natasha Bulinsky, a worker from Moscow, should be permitted to participate. She had bragged she had fought in five matches in Moscow and knew the ropes, so to speak. Those against her said she was therefore a professional. Others said let her box and see what she can do. It was decided to let her have a three round fight, so this was it. Helen Chris, a student at Stony Brook University, said she’d be proud to take her on. And she did. All the other pushers were there. Chris knocked Bulinsky out with just one punch at the very start of the first round. It seemed a particularly light punch, just a pawing jab. All this work for just 14 seconds of boxing. Bulinsky, upon awakening, said she never said she had won any of these bouts in Moscow. She also said she hadn’t seen the punch coming. DELAY Hampton Subway suffered a delay of 15 minutes during rush hour at our Southampton station last Tuesday when a rider could not make up her mind if she wanted to get off the arriving subway or not. She started to get off, then got off, then got back on, then off again. It’s not like in the old days where the sliding doors close slowly anyway, with a bell clanging and everything and you could lose an arm if you don’t get out of the way. With the new laser technology and the concern for personal space and lawsuits and customer safety, the doors stay open no matter what until the doorway is cleared. What finally happened here was a pusher was called over by other straphangers and when he got there, he just shoved her back into the car and that was the end of it. The delays also occurred at our other stations, since everything backs up one on another. COMMISSIONER ASPINALL’S MESSAGE We’ve made progress in learning more about this older man with the white hair, a laurel wreath on his head, white robe, beard and sandals who has been seen in the tunnels carrying a lantern. On Thursday at 6:30 a.m., he came down the escalator, our token book clerk at the Quogue station reported, walked over to the turnstiles, swiped a card, walked across the platform and hopped down onto the tracks and headed west down the tunnel. The token booth clerk, Evelyn Weatherbee, says, she left the booth, something she was not supposed to do, and then ran on to the edge of the platform and saw from his lantern that he was now on the walking path besides the tracks heading off. So he was all right. Our concern had been for this man’s safety, whoever he is, and where he might be staying, hopefully not in one of our filthy storehouses that open onto the tracks at various places along the way deep in the tunnels. Apparently, he has a place to sleep, somewhere. We will need to stay vigilant. As for Weatherbee, although I understand why she left her post to see what was going on, she should not have done that. The $50 in singles that she says were taken from the till while she was gone will have to be replaced by her or, if not, deducted from her next paycheck.

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I’m just going to come out and say it: I’m getting pretty tired of all these dang illegal immigrants running around. The other day I was driving and I heard loud Italian opera music blasting out of a car and there was an Italian flag in the car. This is America, who do these Italians think they are? They come

to this country only to take what my ancestors and I built for our families. It’s ridiculous. My ancestors came to this country the RIGHT way. We came on ships, crossing oceans to a new frontier, from Spain and England, and my forefather even died during the Revolutionary War to free this country from the British, create the America that we know today, the greatest country in the world, and now there are all these damn Italians running around EVERYWHERE. And I’m so sick of hearing Italian in the stores when I go grocery shopping these days. Half the Italian families I know, they don’t even speak English. It’s like HELLO, THIS IS AMERICA, LEARN ENGLISH. But they just don’t get it. Meanwhile, they are all getting married and having kids and trying to raise them on a grocer’s salary. All they do is spend


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local politics by T.J. Clemente

The buzz in both the Town of Southampton and the Town of East Hampton concerning the local political scene focuses upon N.Y. State/ Suffolk County Independence Party Chairman Frank MacKay. Although he may view himself as a kingmaker, his recent behavior has many wondering out loud, “What is going on with MacKay?” First, the facts. The East End has more elected Independence Party officials (Indys) than any other place in the state. County Legislator Jay Schneiderman, Southampton Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst and New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele have been the face of the Independence party out here the last few years. They are popular winners. I was told by some of them over the years that their primary attraction to the Independence Party was that it enabled candidates to put people above politics and let voters of all parties support candidates and officials who do a good job, regardless of party affiliation. For the next election in Southampton, business as usual takes a weird turn. The Independence Party/Frank MacKay, who supported Democratic winner Bridget Fleming in the last Southampton Special Town Board Election that was held in March 2010, has withdrawn their support for her bid in the November 2011 election. Many in Southampton believe she has done a great job and should be re-elected. Almost everybody was under the impression that the Independence Party would endorse her again. She has been the number one ally of Supervisor Throne-Holst. She has been everything she said she would be, focusing on bringing jobs to Southampton Town but not at the expense of the environment. Yet Fleming was dropped as an Independence Party candidate, without even having the chance to run in an Independence primary for the Indy nomination for Town Board. Some have wondered if it was all part of a countywide deal for endorsements by MacKay that had nothing to do with the East End. So far the details have yet to be revealed. It’s just speculation. But what we have currently is the Independence Party/Frank MacKay supporting both Democrat Brad Bender and Republican Christine Preston Scalera for Southampton Town Council. Now Supervisor Throne-Holst is dealing with a rumor that she sold out Bridget Fleming so that the Republicans would not oppose her for the Supervisor slot. Although completely untrue, it seems plausible to many people. Worse yet, it puts Throne-Holst on her own Independence Party ticket (she also has the Democratic Party endorsement) with a Democrat, ally and good friend—who just happens to be Fleming’s opponent. I have seen these two women, Fleming and Throne-Holst, behind the scenes of political life. They are friends who also fight the good fight, often losing together to the Republican majority on the Southampton Town Board 3-2 (i.e. on

all the budget amendments). There is no doubt that this situation will make for some bizarre local political theatre in Southampton this fall. In East Hampton Town it gets even more bizarre, almost bordering on outrageous. East Hampton Independence Party Chairman Elaine Jones endorsed Zachary Cohen, the Democratic nominee for the Independence Party Supervisor slot on the November ballot. Citing a New York State law called the Wilson Pakula Act of 1947, MacKay has decided that it’s his choice who runs on the Indy ballot, not Elaine Jones’s. He has chosen incumbent East Hampton Supervisor William Wilkinson as the Independence Party nominee, as well as the Republican nominee for Supervisor. It should be noted that in the 2009 election, Wilkinson did have the Independence Party nomination. There will be more to this saga because by all reports Jones is still very much upset about this

whole situation. In my opinion...the good government thing to do in both towns would have been to let the candidates slug it out in a primary and let the registered Independence Party voters decide. Instead it looks like backroom deal politics. Many in the past have said that McKay has been a good leader, but now these same people say he blew it on this one. With all the turmoil in local partisan politics in recent years, the apparent attraction of the Independence Party was that it was different from the Democrats and Republicans. If MacKay were interested in fairness, a primary would have given the Independence Party a great opportunity to raise its profile and in effect show that they take the high road. Instead MacKay now looks like just another party dealmaker and that will not curry favor on the East End for long if it continues.

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BY THE BOOK by Joan Baum

A Standard Deviation is a neat title for a timely and significant novel about financial mismanagement and political intrigue. A statistical formula applied to the annual rate of return of an investment, to measure that investmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s volatility, as a going definition has it, the term can also generally refer to how far behavior may veer from whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s considered average or normal. In Jamie Singletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fictionalized account of big-time financial manipulation, both uses seem to work. Back jacket information notes Singletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s substantial career in investment banking and private equity businesses, and degrees from Yale and The University of Chicago. The novel resonates with impressive savvy about highlevel hi-jinks on Wall Street and in Washington, as venal corporation strategists in concert with zealous politicos drive the market to evergreater heights, both sectors in denial about or callously indifferent to the inevitable bursting of the bubble. Sound familiar? A Standard Deviation invites comparisons between fictional and real-life characters who

welcomed the irrational exuberance of the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;80s and schemed into the millennium. The plotline dates run from November 2006 to November 2007. And while it might even be libelous to push close analogies, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s difficult not to make connections and not recall Oliver Stone conspiracy theories, especially given Singletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s theme that for almost all of those involved in affecting the meltdown, for personal gain and partisan glory, deviant behavior seems to be Standard Operating Procedure. President Chuck Lowery is heavily invested in sustaining his good times Economic Revolution, and promoting his legacy as leader of the free (wheeling) world. His advisors, cabinet and agency heads and corporate executives, including hedge fund honchos, work and play so well together that it looks as though the unholy Wall Street-Washington nexus will go on at least until Lowery is out of office and before the crash. But a few dissident voices begin to be heard as facts on the groundâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;measures of consumer confidence, as opposed to soaring publicized figures about the economy and record takes by firms and brokerage housesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;suggest that all is not well in the financial land of Oz. The unraveling constitutes the plot of the novel. Unfortunately, though it is an ambitious work, A Standard Deviation does not deliver a compelling narrative with credible characters and impressive prose (grammar errors turn up along with formulaic expressions). On the substance front, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bit much, financially, and the sexual shenanigans tire along with details about high-living givens (dress, food and residences, including The Hamptons). With rare exception, the fast-track guys are white,

40-something, smart and attractive; the fasttrack girls, white, 20 or 30-something, smart and attractive. Those who are not sexy, such as the head of the Federal Reserve, Alan Solomon, get blackmailed into fudging numbers and keeping quiet. The worst of the white-collar lot have no compunction about using physical violence. But should murder v. insider trading and fraud (which can kill in other senses) be the criminal divide? By the end, Singleton seems a bit ambivalent about â&#x20AC;&#x153;the fall of Wall Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest winner,â&#x20AC;? criticizing the media when the whole situation was â&#x20AC;&#x153;rather pathetic.â&#x20AC;? Tragic might be more like it, for the victims. * * * Though only 63 pages, Stephen G. Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s true story, Blanche: My Life in the City (Publish America), absolutely charms. A firstperson memoir by an adopted Lhasa Apso, who was found in the woods of East Hampton, this â&#x20AC;&#x153;Work of Arfâ&#x20AC;? is funny, punny and informative. Dedicated to ARF and the NYC SPCA, Blanche tells the story of her salvation and new homesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; first in the Hamptons and then on Sutton Place. Lovely drawings by the authorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wife and photos by Patrick Cottington enhance the text. Martin has a droll sense of humor, which shines deliciously as sarcastic, compassionate and wise understandingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;of the other animals in Blancheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s household, and of Missus and Hubby, who do the best they can, as humans. The shift from the Hamptons to the city occasions helpful advice for other dogs, especially about The Dump (â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you can make it there you can make it anywhere . . . 90% of city life hinges on dumping.â&#x20AC;?) Affect a distinctive trot, Blanche (continued on page 72)

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CLASSIC CARS by Bob Gelber

Memories of Cars Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve Known and Loved When in high school, with our newly minted New York junior drivers licenses, a good friend and I bought our first car together. We found it on a used car lot located on Gun Hill Road in the Bronx. It was a 1936 Cadillac rumble seat roadster. The old crate was expensive at the time, especially for two poor high school juniors. Seventy-five bucks was steep, but the car was cool looking and really ran well. The same car dealer also had several other strange looking cars on the lot with the name of Bugatti, but they were a little more expensive and Matt and I were unfamiliar with them. That was then, and many times I wonder if that old Caddy is still â&#x20AC;&#x153;aliveâ&#x20AC;? and can only imagine what it is worth today, along with those now priceless Bugattis. Have you ever wondered what has happened to some of the cars you once owned? It seems every car Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever owned has become collectible. I had many love affairs with old 1939-1951 Ford wooden station wagons, which I always bought used for under $1,000 each.

I owned about four of them in a row for many years. There was something about their being made of REAL wood that fascinated me. Real wood, imagine that. They were like beautiful giant pieces of fine furniture, with different textures and colors. These were not collector cars to me, but everyday transportation in and around Manhattan. They even had commercial plates, which allowed me to park them on the street. Each had one of the most iconic motors ever built powering them, the Ford Flathead V-8. In the thousands of miles I drove them, none of them ever let me down. Today every model is worth about $100,000, so I guess many others have learned to appreciate their unique beauty. Old used 356 model Porsches were always pretty cheap and I had a load of them. They were never hard to sell, but awfully hard to have fixed properly. I always had to take them all the way out to Glen Cove to a Porsche guru to have them repaired. I also had two Porsche racecars, because letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s face it, these machines are really fascinating, and boy they were unusually good buys. In those days NOBODY wanted an old used-up, beatto-death racecar that really couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be driven on the street. Today, all old racecars, especially Porsches, are worth a kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ransom. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know where my old 1955 550 Spyder is, but I do know where my old 1967 910, serial number 026 is; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Europe, and it was just sold for $880.000. Arggg, should have kept that old plastic, noisy speed demon. I also have a warm spot in my heart for unusual motorcars. I had a Lotus Super Seven,

which I purchased in Colorado Springs 30 years ago and drove it back to New the middle of winter! Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ever do that. Except for its handling and racy looks, there is absolutely nothing super about a Super Seven. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a factory-built kit car, with a soft top that fits as badly as OJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s glove, and plug-in windows that seal with the same integrity as the Titanicâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hull. I froze all the way to Manhattan. I also owned an Isetta and a host of very tasty Fiats, all of which were very enjoyable and never really gave me any trouble. Just lower your expectations, think small and find a good Italian mechanic. Now for dessert. There is nothing bad you can say about Ferraris except that they are really pricey. I owned a 1965 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso, which I consider the most dependable sport scar Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever owned. And I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t baby this baby. It was my daily drive for many years and I drove it all over Europe and the Eastern U.S. These old V-12s were quite simple by modern car standards, no AC, no power windows or steering, so there wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t much to break. Remember, they had race-proven engines and transmissions that were designed to win 24-hour races, which they did. Street driving is childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play for a Ferrariâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running gear. I have no idea where that old girl isâ&#x20AC;Śsure would like to meet her again. She was a beauty. Bob Gelber is an auto journalist who has lived in the Hamptons for over 30 years. He can sometimes be seen on television talking about his favorite subject, automobiles. www.

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Neighbor By Nanci E. LaGarenne He was named Artist of the Year in 2010. He won Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album at the 53rd Grammy Awards. He was 12 years old when he entered the Stratford Idol singing competition in Stratford, Ontario, where he was born. His star began its ascent when he was discovered from YouTube videos he posted when he was 13. He is the only artist to have seven songs from a debut album chart on the Billboard Hot 100. He has a perfume, called Someday (how ironic! He has arrived), bearing the name he gave it, and a video commercial to go with it. And all net profits go to charity. He is dating one of the hottest young actresses, Disney star Selena Gomez, 19. He is 17 years old. Have you got Bieber fever yet? Justin Bieber is no child. He looked like a cherub with his former moptop Beatles-like hair, now recoiffed, flawless peachy complexion and wide brown soulful eyes. But this kid has ideas and opinions. Not all popular ones, but his own no less, no apologies. A teen idol doesn’t have to apologize. The girls who wear his Someday perfume, love him no matter his middle-of-theroad beliefs. He is lauded as a Pop/R&B singer. If you listen to him sing you might be reminded of a young Michael Jackson. Indeed, artists like Stevie Wonder, Usher and Ne-Yo are his idols. He owes his success to So So Def music exec Scooter Braun, who first saw Bieber on those YouTube videos. That was 2008. Now he has a Platinum album. My World went Platinum in both the U.S. and Canada and sold over a million copies. He was in demand and feted by both Usher and Justin Timberlake. Both wanted to sign Bieber. He went with Usher. Bieber is no lightweight despite his squeaky-clean image. He plays drums, piano, guitar and trumpet. The kid is a musician. He gets those genes from his father, Jeremy Jack Bieber, not a bad-looking dude. He taught Justin to play guitar. They do not live together but have matching seagull tattoos and “a strong bond,” according to celebrity website Gossip Jackal. His single mom, Patti Lynn Bieber, is no slouch in the looks department herself. She looks like his older sister. She encouraged him to pursue a musical career and accompanied him to various events, looking quite pretty. Bieber’s grandparents had a hand in raising him along

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the only way for him to go is up, as one can see in his Someday perfume ad. They fly through the air among the clouds, like beautiful cherubic teens, the young woman with him, a very beautiful Scarlett Johansson look-alike, and they “land” together in a room. She is holding a silver charm of a heart and key in her open palm. They lock eyes. “Never let go,” is the tag line. And don’t let go of Bieber, he is here to stay. Even grown women love him. Teens idolize him. And let’s not forget Selena Gomez, his ladylove. They are adorable together, strolling our lovely Hampton streets. “People were doing double takes, as they strolled by,” according to online site “Celebrity Dirty Laundry.” The Bieb and his girl were seen at Flying Point Surf Shop in Bridgehampton. Having ice cream at Candy Kitchen. And dining at Sen in Sag Harbor. Don’t you want to be them?! Well, practice your music kids, this gig didn’t come easy. Quickly maybe, but talent is necessary. At the end of the day, The Bieb is just like the rest of us, seeking a bit of R&R. Being young and in love and enjoying a bit of summer in the Hamptons doesn’t hurt either. As Bieber’s song goes: “…let the music blast, we gon’ do our dance. Bring the doubters on, they don’t matter at all. ‘Cause this life’s too long and this love’s too strong. So baby, know for sure that I’ll never let you go.” And he hasn’t yet.

If you listen to him sing you might be reminded of a young Michael Jackson. with his mom. Where do you go when you are the hottest thing since sliced bread? When you “are the second most followed person on the planet via Twitter, other than Lady Gaga,” according to WhatCulture!’s review of Justin’s movie, Never Say Never. Yep, he has a movie all about his life. Already. What do you do next when you even have a name other than your own, like The Fonz, and you barely have any facial hair? Justin is called “The Bieb.” Apparently

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Postelles To Escape From New York

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By Bo Dermont don’t—play music that you’ll As we all know, New love to hear. From big-name York City can get pretty performers like Patti Smith hot during the summer. and the Psychedelic Furs to To the four members of up-and-coming acts such as the musical group The The Postelles, the quality Postelles, these stifling is high. few months seem like the And not just in the music. perfect time to get away The people running the from the city heat and relax festival would like you to in the Hamptons. Natives of know that it’s gonna be a real New York, the members of party. You can see it on their the band have been around website, www.escape2ny. the world, playing music com, which includes a across the United States, “Manifesto of the Party” by in the United Kingdom, in Freddie Fellowes, founder of the Secret Garden Party. India and even into the far reaches of Canada. But The members of this New they’ve hardly ever been York band love all types The Postelles at Dan’s Papers! down the street—in the of music. Guitarist David Dargahi’s comments that he Hamptons—to play. That will all change this summer. The loves “...Buddy Holly, Sam parents’ Postelles are set to play at both the Escape to music...” and all of the members share a general New York Music Festival at the Shinnecock excitement about meeting and seeing the other Reservation (August 5-7) and at the Surf Lodge acts at the festival. It’s obvious that the band in Montauk (August 27). What I’ve heard on gets a thrill out of what they do. And plenty of people get a thrill out of them. their album (self-titled) has me stoked for the two shows. In fact, lead singer Daniel Balk Though their debut LP was released very says he looks forward to it: “For us, it’s an recently (on June 7), the group already has a ‘escape from New York.’” fanbase and music videos.  Escape to New York is a sure shot if you Even my mom likes the album, requesting enjoy seeing artists you know—and some you that I burn it to a CD for her drive to work.

John Speyer, the bassist, joked, saying that he thought that I am “not very rebellious...‘Turn that music up, I like it!’” he imagined my mom saying. You can check them out at www. And they have eight songs in the works for their sophomore album, one of which you’ll be able to hear if you go to see them this August! From David Dargahi: “Just don’t videotape it and put it on Youtube.” The beach is what sells most of the houses out here. It also draws the famous names that make their way onto Long Island and, though they masquerade as a rock band, the members of The Postelles shared their favorite beachtime occupations with me. When they arrive at the beach, their goals become separate. Balk is a professional boogie boarder. Billy Cadden, the drummer, is a land-side snorkler. Dargahi is less into tanning than he is into making sure people are sufficiently oiled, and Speyer prefers to turn a profit from the beach visits by selling coconut-flavored drinks. They’ve toured alongside contemporary acts like Interpol and Modest Mouse as well as legends like Chuck Berry, who liked what he heard. And this fall they’ll be going on tour with the Wombats and the Static Jacks, another band playing at Escape to New York. But see them this summer, because they’ll be just down the street! Go to for all the details.

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Boys & Girls Harbor Inc to Suffolk County, Springy Banks Road 7,349,125 Thomas J Cahill to Julie Assael, 22 Bull Run 2,640,000 Dareuscha Luczkiw to 87 Davids Lane LLC, 87 Davids Lane 5,225,000

Further Ln Holdings LLC to 130 Further Ln LLC, 130 Further Ln 3,850,000 Mardie Madden-Gorman to Clifford Henry, 40 Dunemere Lane 2,932,000

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Catherine Baudinet to George W Kyle, 24 Sunset Avenue 1,225,000 Mary Ann Savarese to Steven Jacobs, 13 Fox Hollow Drive1,150,000

Quogue Neil Joffee to Jane Goldman, 5 Whippoorwill Court 1,275,000 Richard Fayer to Nancy Cohen, 53 Dune Road 3,250,000

sag harbor Anita Bishop-Squires to Arthur Burke, 20 Cove Drivet 2,900,000 Alec & Marsella Tolmazin to Christos & James Christopoulos, 1657 Millstone Rd 1,650,000



James F Trees Trust to CJET I LLC, 155 Trees Lane 12,750,000 Estate of Nina Bourne to 122 Sandune Court LLC, 122 Sandune Court 8,300,000 James F Trees Trust to CJET II LLC, 153 Trees Lane 6,250,000 James F Trees Trust to CJET III LLC, 151 Trees Lane 3,000,000


Elizabeth Lorenzo to Beth Owen Canavan, 129 Coopers Farm Road 2,600,000 Jacqueline D Reses to Suzanne Kassar, 44 Osborne Avenue 1,269,000


Talo Building Corp to Laura & Lloyd Rosenbaum, 1 Sandown Court 1,750,000

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sagaponack Brenda M Earl to Stem Partners LLC 511 Daniels Lane 38,000,000

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Beth Anne Kushnick to Sandra Kamen, 29 Squires Path 745,000 Renaissance 134 Corp to Adam & Danyelle LaRosa, 58 Gardiners Lane 602,400 Merle K Marcus to Karolyn Frey, 226 Bull Path 595,000 Geri Burke to Stephen P Raia Trust, 20 Mill Hill Lane 975,000


Colleen & Jonathan Hughes to Bernice N Gordon, 4 White Lane 642,000



Riverhead Sound Associates LLC to The Piazza’s, 465 Stonecrop Rd 562,140 Patricia Kitz to Lori E Thompson, 7 Kingfish Court 500,000

sag harbor Joan Carroll to Carrie & Craig O’Brien,19 Windermere Drive 515,000 Anneliese Dietrich to Allan Scott Nathan, 60 Bluff Point Road 820,000


Gertrude G Rutherford Trust Jill & Philip Orlando, 94 Morningside Avenue 970,500

Hamptons Little Neck LLC to South Crossing LLC, 22 Pond Crossing 900,000 Peter S Foster to Lauren Mallor, 43 Seaweed Road 885,000

Mary Ruth Culbert to Loretta Campbell, 21 Upper Firestone Road 725,000 Patricia O’Haire-Gural to Alphonse Ponte,19 South Genesee Court 623,000

Gary M Simonson to Edmund & Jacqueline Zeneski, 250 Tuthill Road 553,000

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Mr & Mrs. Ruggiero to Angela & Michael Cravotta, 3 Riviera Court 800,000




Deborah M Prinz to Jocelyn A Worrall, 34 Bayberry Lane 565,000 John A Tommasini to Robert Ervin, 560 King Street 579,000


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Steven Parkes to Nathaniel Grant Russell, 33 South Breeze Drive 750,000 Mary Ann Sarris to DW Holdings LLC, 12 Debras Way 590,000

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of Harry Potter (Broadway), which has been updated to include all seven Harry Potter books and has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. Now, if Kronzek should happen to reach into his pocket for a pack of playing cards, you’ll want to stick around and have an amazing time trying to figure out how in the hell he is able to pull off his magic and trickery so nimbly. A small crowd might gather around him, all astonished at the genius of this master magician’s prowess. However, if he should ever-so-casually invite you to set a spell on a bench and play a game of two of nickel poker—run! His latest book is called 52 Ways to Cheat at Poker – How to Spot


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Gerson Leiber: Seven Decades of Making Art

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By Jesse Wymes The current exhibition at the Leiber Museum in Springs features an ambitious installation of works on paper by 89-year-old artist, Gerson Leiber. Over 200 drawings are hung edge-to-edge, covering the museum’s walls as high as eight feet, and present an all-encompassing display of gesture, color, tone and mark making. Spend just a few moments scanning this installation of drawings and the seven decades Leiber has been studying and practicing art becomes more than apparent. His accomplished career as a printmaker is evident in the proficient mark making of these works, while a variety of cultural influences are hinted at both formally and in several titles. Recognizable styles, such as Cubism and Modernism, are playfully exercised in a number of works, while the language used in others seems unique. The works represent a variety of mediums, some adhering strictly to charcoal, others introducing gouache, chalk, oil stick, colored pencil and ink. This exhibition is particularly compelling because while the dynamic installation draws out the formal differences and similarities of each work, the overall effect is that of a single epic drawing, or Gesamtkunstwerk. As Phyllis Braff aptly states in the exhibition’s catalog essay, “The very energetic, all-over configurations of expressive strokes appearing in many Leiber drawings have

“Untitled” by Gerson Leiber

associations with Abstract Expressionism’s pioneering steps, yet they constantly test new dynamics. ‘Skateboarding Dialogue’ uses an extensive variety of lines and shapes as it spreads, then interrupts movement in a way that could convincingly parallel the real world. The grey-on-yellow ‘Untitled’ (2011) does this with noticeable subtlety, while “Embrace My Garden” strikes a bolder, impassioned rhythm.” The sheer volume of drawings and their assertive presentation is alluring, but to know that all of the 232 works were created in just the past three years makes them all the more impressive. In 2009, the artist needed to move his city workspace from an outside studio to the apartment he shares with his wife, acclaimed

accessories designer Judith Leiber. The transition was difficult and took well over a year, but Leiber was determined to continue his dedicated studio practice throughout the process. In 1956, Gerson Leiber and his wife purchased a farmhouse in East Hampton, where the artist continues to live and work today. Leiber studied at the Art Students League, and later at the Brooklyn Museum Art School. He has exhibited his paintings, prints and sculpture widely and his work is included in major museum collections, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Whitney Museum of American Art, both in New York, The Boston and Philadelphia Museums, The Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art and Guild Hall, East Hampton, where a retrospective of his work was shown in 2003. Gerson and Judith Leiber built The Leiber Museum in 2005 to house their works of art and to chronicle their careers. Past exhibitions have featured the Leibers’ personal collection of antique Chinese porcelains and rare Japanese prints, as well as works by Will Barnet. An ongoing display of Judith Leiber’s renowned handbags is permanently on view. The Leiber Museum is located at 446 Old Stone Highway in East Hampton and is open to the public free of charge from Memorial Day through Labor Day on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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Justin Vivian Bond: A “Cabaret Messiah” By Elise D’Haene When reached by phone on Friday, musician Justin Vivian Bond was in Provincetown, Massachusetts, getting ready to perform. “It’s Girl/Splash weekend in Provincetown,” Bond said, “Do you know what that is? Someone asked me, ‘Are you here for Girl/Splash weekend?’ That made me happy, though I don’t know what Girl/Splash weekend is. A lesbian wet t-shirt contest?” Bond’s next tour stop will bring the Tony Award-nominated singer, songwriter and performance artist to Guild Hall in East Hampton on Saturday, July 30 at 8 p.m. And here’s why you should not hesitate to grab tickets while you can: The New Yorker has called Bond “the greatest cabaret artist of [this] generation” and in its five-star review, Time Out London (where Bond has an enormous following) said, “Justin Bond is a trans-Atlantic cabaret messiah!” Time Out New York recently named Bond one of the Top 40 New Yorkers. As mind-bending as it sounds, Bond has been described as a mixture of Cher-meets-Andy Rooney-meets-Lily Tomlin. Though s/he does not identify as either male or female, this year Bond began taking female hormones. “I’m a transperson [transsexual], which some people confuse as a third gender, but it’s not, it’s all fluid, honey.” For several years s/he was known for depicting Kiki DuRane, a bawdy, abrasive, wrinkled, alcoholic in her 70s who would say things “I wouldn’t dare say as myself,” Bond said. “Kiki was a mask I could hide behind,

Wainwright, Rufus or Martha, or but she served me in several ways. the Australian performer Meow It was during the AIDS crisis, I was Meow, or the singer Taylor Mac. young and very angry. Eventually, Bond is greatly influenced by I realized she was almost a postearly ‘70s folk-pop variety records traumatic stress character.” by artists that defied genre and Bond’s new solo cabaret could easily go from protest songs performance “wipes the stage with to jazz standards, such as Marianne our illusions, challenging not only Faithfull, Judy Collins, Phoebe what is permissible to say onstage Snow, Melanie, Harry Nilsson, but how and why we say it,” Hilton Sandy Denny, Linda Thompson, Als of The New Yorker wrote, adding, Baez, Joni Mitchell, Emmylou “Bond’s message: we must celebrate Harris and Odetta. Sex, gender and diversity, or die.” Chanteuse sexuality are foremost themes of In Saturday’s show you’ll hear reinterpreted covers of several songs including the album—and important parts of Bond’s “Superstar,” made famous by the Carpenters preoccupation with nature. In “American Wedding,” Bond sets to music (“Don’t you remember you told me you love me baby”) and “Diamonds and Rust” by Joan Baez, the poetry of the late queer writer-activist as well as songs a la Bond by Joni Mitchell, Essex Hemphill. “The Golden Age of Hustlers” Peggy Lee, Eartha Kitt and Patti Smith. “My was written by Bambi Lake, a transsexual music is kind of folk/pop/variety/cabaret. In woman, “Equipoise” is largely about coming of between singing I spin yarns, tell anecdotes age as a transgendered person in a small town. about what’s going on in the world. Like when “Salome,” from Bond’s recent performance piece, I went down to the march on Stonewall for gay “Re:Galli Blonde”, is a celebration of what Bond marriage, I was shocked. When did all these calls “the sacred feminine.” And, topically, “The New Economy,” an unmistakably Bondesque drag queens go to Abercrombie and Fitch?” You’ll also hear songs from Bond’s latest CD commentary on the worldwide economic crisis. Put your toathe test.In September, The Feminist Press will Dendrophile that were policy written “at radical publish Bond’s novella-length memoir called fairy sanctuary in Tennessee.” “Do you know what ‘dendrophile’ means? “Tango: My Childhood Backwards and In DRIVERS WHO It’s a person who gets an erotic charge out of Heels.” SWITCHED SAVED nature, a tree-hugger or tree-humper,” Bond Ticket prices range from $55 to $35, and answered, laughing. And don’t be surprised if Bond invites can be had by calling 631-324-4050, online at a special guest on to the stage, perhaps a or at the box office.



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By Nanci E. LaGarenne B-East is the little Spin studio that could. You’ll find it down the alley next to D’Canela on Main Street in Amagansett, or access it by the back parking lot behind Mary’s Marvelous. Either way you’re in for the ride of your life. Romaine Gordon, a feisty redhead and former teacher with Zonehampton, founded B-East in 2009. “I jumped off the cliff,” says Romaine, smiling. And landed on her feet, or bike. Real Rider Bikes, by the way, which move (you heard me) from side to side and engage your core strength. Romaine brings her personal trainer experience with her to B-East. “I was an athlete forever, I taught horseback riding too,” she says. But until you’ve saddled yourself

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Chefs & Champagne at wolffer estate vineyard Over 40 chefs created dishes paired with Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte to fete Chef Emeril Lagasse at Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack to benefit the James Beard Foundation.

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1. Dan Gasby, Dushy Roth, B. Smith, Roman Roth (Winemaker, Wolffer) 2. Martha Stewart, Chef Emeril Lagasse 3. Jeremy Bearman (Rouge Tomate) 4. Susan Ungaro (Pres. James Beard Foundation) 5. Gail & Pascal Boye (Director, Champagne Nicolas Feuillate), Olivier Wittman 6. Chef George Reid (Aleta Restaurant, Viceroy Hotel Anguilla), Leticia Young (Anguilla Tourist Board)

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“The Hamptons For Haiti” fundraiser at The Ross School, a cocktail brunch and live auction, benefited We Advance and Global Dirt, two not-for-profits dedicated to making a difference in Haiti. 1. Meimei Fox, Alison Thompson (“The Third Wave”), Hana Landes 2. Mariska Hargitay, Mario Bello 3. Patricia Arquette 4. Andrew Safir 5. Fisher Stevens, Liev 3 5 1 2 4 Schreiber

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Mitchell and Blaze Makoid hosted a festive reception to celebrate Bay A panel discussion on the insider’s view on what it takes Tracy Street Theatre’s 20th Season Celebration in Sag Harbor. Guests enjoyed an to produce a show on Broadway took place at The John old-world wine tasting experience by Sokolin as patrons enjoyed a glorious Drew Theater. sunset.

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KATLEAN DE MONCHY Two Trees Farm is the venue for this season’s polo series, for six consecutive Saturdays through August 27. Five hundred Hamptons tastemakers were invited to sip fine bubbly and mingle in the new, exclusive Blue Star Jets VIP Tent. Celebrities paraded in front of the Step and Repeat.

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Fabulous goodie bags, discovering unique designers and sipping delectable drinks, what more could a girl ask for? A unique location comes to mind and the grounds of the Southampton Historical Museum pulled out all the stops for the crowds of women who came to the 10-year celebration of shopping with Shecky. Event sponsors included Cointreau, Veet and The Body Shop.


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You could read the mesmerized listeners as Star Jones read from her intriguing new novel, “Satan’s Sisters” in East Hampton.

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Quogue Wildlife Refuge 5th AnnuAl SummeR Benefit Photos: Nancy Pollera

The historic estate of Simon and Valerie Rose in the Village of Quogue was the venue for “Wild Night For Wild Life.” Bill Ritter of “ABC’s Eyewitness News” and 20/20 was the Guest of Honor and Keynote Speaker. Everyone enjoyed music, dancing, auctions and raffles, catering by Stone Creek Inn, wines by Wolffer, music by The Hackensack Men and the Trento Horns.

1 1. Chris Mraz, Judy Bowen, Bill Ritter (Guest of Honor), Kathleen Friery 2. Danny Pollera (Artist), Mary Post (President/Bd. of Dir.–Quogue Wildlife Refuge, winner of the Pollera Giclee raffle) 3. Hosts Valerie & Simon Rose (CEO Dahlman Rose & Co.) 4. Michael Galluzzi, Gina Faucetta, Dominique Galluzzi, Peter Faucetta 5. Anthony Bonner, Bob Dieckmann (Sea Level Construction)




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Wounded Warrior Project’s annual Soldier Ride kicked off at Ocean View Farm under a hot summer sun. The circuit took riders to Sag Harbor and back to Amagansett for the Rock the Farm benefit concert.


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A number of Francophiles turned up at Pierre’s restaurant in Bridgehampton to celebrate Bastille Day! Pierre, looking very dapper and very French, led the festivities.




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tommy hilfigeR pReSented Sight/Sound ScReening At the SuRf lodge Photos: Eugene Gologursky/ A special screening of Sight/Sound and a party to celebrate the second surf film by surfer/director, Mikey DeTemple was hosted by Tommy Hilfiger on the beach at The Surf Lounge, Montauk. Free of dialogue and backed by an eclectic soundtrack, the film aspires to be more than a standard surf film: it presents itself as a statement of faith in a lifestyle.


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The Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) held their annual benefit, The CMEE Family Fair hosted by Co-Chairs Mariska Hargitay, Ali Wentworth and Katie Brown. Approximately 950 guests were treated to Big Top Entertainment at the circus-themed event that raised $200,000 for year-round programming at the museum.

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& by Silvia Lehrer

I have been looking for a great corn pudding recipe for years. A corn pudding that wasn’t made with canned cream of or frozen corn, or over-the-top quantities of highly caloric ingredients and unwieldy components for the corn base. Well I found it in B. Smith’s. B. Smith Cooks Southern-Style (Scribner). B. Smith, of course, is B. Smith of her eponymous restaurants in New York City, Washington, DC and right here on the wharf in Sag Harbor. This very accomplished woman has had a career in modeling and commercials, was the first African-American woman to grace the cover of Mademoiselle, a national fashion magazine, and this past spring co-starred with Anne Meara and Conchetta Ferrell in Nora Ephron’s hilarious off-Broadway play, Love, Loss and What I Wore. I could go on and on about the accomplishments of this lifestyle expert—and she can cook too! B.’s simple corn pudding recipe has few ingredients, is full of fresh corn flavor and texture

SAVORY CORN PUDDING B. Smith suggests using a knife to scrape the cob after removing the kernels to get all the pulp and milk to add to the creamy flavor of the dish. Yields 6 to 8 servings 3 cups fresh corn kernels 3 large eggs, beaten 1 cup heavy cream 1 tablespoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt or to taste 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground white pepper or to taste 1/3 cup chopped fresh chives photo by Carol Rosegg


with a custardy base. I took the liberty of reducing even the limited amount of sugar in the recipe since our fresh local corn couldn’t be sweeter. If the taste of Louisiana is in your DNA, B. offers Maque Choux, a traditional vegetarian side with onion, green pepper, tomatoes and cayenne. A dish perfectly suited to this time of the year!

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SIDE DISH by Aji Jones

The 2011 Chefs Dinner in Bridgehampton is Sunday, July 31 at Hayground School. The event benefits Hayground School’s Jeff’s Kitchen and the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. Participants include Chefs Mark Forgione, Marc Meyer, Josh Capon, Jonathan Waxman, Harold Dieterle, Michael White, Gerry Hayden, Claudia Fleming and special Guest “Chef” Isaac Mizrahi. The event includes a cocktail party from 5 to 7:30 p.m. with silent art auction featuring local artists followed by a four-course dinner from 8 until 10:30 p.m. A live auction featuring exclusive culinary and travel packages follows. Tickets cost $175 for the cocktail party, $850 for the cocktail party and dinner, and $35 for children. For tickets call 631-537-7068 ext. 113. Almond Restaurant & Bar in Bridgehampton and author and Insatiable Critic Gael Greene host a night of “Delicious Sex” and French cuisine on Sunday, August 7 at 8:30 p.m. The evening features a three-course menu prepared by Chef Jason Weiner, complete with wine pairings, interspersed with readings by Greene from her New York Times bestseller Blue Skies, No Candy and the infamous Delicious Sex: A Gourmet Guide to Pleasure for Women…And the Men Who Want to Love Them Better. A question and answer session follows dinner.

The evening costs $65 per person and includes tax, tip and a downloadable copy of either book. Reservations are required. 631-537-5665. Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue presents the GerNis Summer Supper Club on August 7 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Tickets, limited to the first 65 people, cost $130 and includes Ger-Nis artistic herbal sparkling cocktails, a five-course dinner by Chef Andres Valbuena of the Brooklyn Edible Social Club paired with Bedell wines, food education and raffle. The menu features an amuse-bouche; heirloom tomatoes mélange; quick-braised wild striped bass; fire-roasted Heritage pork chops; Catapano Farm “Peconic Mist”; and chilled watermelon. Visit www. for tickets. 631734-7537. Rowdy Hall in East Hampton announces the next selections for the Rowdy Readers book club. The August 11 meeting will feature The Land at the End of the World by Antonio Lobo Antunes and, on August 25, Open City by Teju Cole will be discussed. BookHampton will provide participants a 15% discount on the books. The club meets at 12:15 p.m. and lunch will be available for purchase. Menu offerings include spring vegetable salad ($11); yellow-fin tuna sandwich ($16); and salmon with warm white beans ($16). 631-324-8555. The Beacon in Sag Harbor is open for lunch Thursday through Monday from 11:45 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Chef Sam McCleland’s lunch menu features tuna tartare with capers, whole grain mustard, cucumber, red curry paste and mixed greens ($14); moules frites “Beacon style” with garlic, white wine, lemon-thyme, cream and tomatoes and fries ($16); and a blackened flounder sandwich with house-made remoulade and crispy chips on ciabatta bread ($16). 631-725-7088. little|red, Southampton’s newest eatery, is open


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Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste 1/2 cup sliced scallions, for garnish 1. In a large skillet, melt the butter, or warm the oil, over medium-high heat. Add the onion and bell pepper and sauté for 4 to 5 minutes, stirring occasionally until softened. 2. Stir in the corn, basil, tomatoes, stock, white pepper and cayenne. Reduce the heat to medium and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are tender. Season with salt and pepper and serve hot garnished with scallions. Above recipes adapted and reprinted from B. Smith Cooks Southern-Style, Scribner, 2009. For more recipes, cooking news, book signing dates and Silvia’s blog check out my new website, www.

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Nolet Gin Hits the Hamptons

By Joe Parziale As the oldest distillers in Holland, the Nolet family began making genever in 1691. Two decades ago, 10th generation Carlolus H.J. Nolet broke with tradition and produced a vodka. Named Ketel One, after the distillery’s original copper-pot still, Distilleerketel #1, it has become one of the most popular vodkas in America since its introduction in 1990. Now, riding on that success, Carlolus Sr., his two sons and his younger brother, Bob, have returned to their roots but have created a Londonstyle, pot-distilled dry gin unlike anything ever produced before in the Netherlands—or anywhere

else for that matter. Nolet’s Silver ($50) uses a number of botanicals that have not previously been combined in a gin. The usual components are there, including citrus, orrisroot, licorice, and naturally, juniper. But there are other, more unusual ingredients as well, including white peach, raspberry, and Turkish rose. The result is a velvety-textured 95.2-proof gin that is slightly sweet and thickly floral—setting the stage for a new generation of cocktails. Fifteen of the Hamptons’ most innovative bartenders showed off their flair at The Boathouse in East Hampton, putting together gin-based concoctions for three judges—two of whom are part of the Dan’s Papers team. Nolet’s Gin, the hot, new liquor with hints of rose and raspberry, was a sponsor of the event and supplied spirits for the bartenders’ use.  The drink masters used the flavorful liquor to their creative advantage, creating unique cocktails. Dan’s Papers employees David Rattiner and Evy Ramunno agreed that the race was tight and all drinks made were original and delicious. Chad Walter of the Driver’s Seat in Southampton took the idea of the summer drink to a new level, using oyster, black truffle, and bleu-cheese stuffed olives in what the judges agreed was one of the most unprecedented bartending drink sensations they’ve ever experienced. The Boathouse‘s own Sasha Nikolic also came out strong, throwing together cucumber, mint, parsley, honey, ginger, pineapple, and grapefruit to make what he called the “Gintini Three Mile Harbor,” paying homage to the stretch that the Boathouse calls home.

The decision wasn’t easy, but the judges turned in a verdict after minutes of grueling deliberation. Jennifer Poto of East Hampton‘s Beach House came up with the best summer cocktail. Her “Ginny,” named for her grandmother, was simple — just some watermelon, mint, and lime — but undoubtedly refreshing. Poto was honored that her drink was so lauded. “Since the gin I was using is fruit- and flower-based, I used watermelon,” she said. “The watermelon and mint are subtle flavors, so they don’t overpower the gin, which already has its own unique taste. I’m glad everyone liked it.”

















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By Jacqueline Duda The North Fork is not only for lovers of wine, but also for lovers of food and sweets. With summer

in full swing and the temperature slowly climbing to borderline unbearable, it was a no-brainer when my sister and I contemplated what to do with our day. Venturing to the North Fork sounded like a great idea and turned out to be just that. The treasures below are just a few of the great places to stop in and find something your taste buds will love. The first stop on our gourmet food excursion was the Love Lane Sweet Shoppe, located on the very lovely Love Lane in Mattituck. This little shop offers much more than sweets. Though the vast array of chocolates was the first thing to catch my eye —being a lover of chocolate it was a dream come true. With all the different types and combinations it would be easy to fulfill any chocolatey craving. Two of the shop’s best

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sellers are the almond butter crunch and the dark chocolate caramel with sea salt. Not a big chocolate person? No worries, there is something for you here. The Sweet Shoppe also offers other gourmet goodies as well as toys and custom baskets. This is a great little nostalgic shop for anyone with a sweet tooth. Located right next to the Sweet Shoppe on Love Lane in Mattituck is The Village Cheese Shop. As soon as we opened the door the scent of cheese rushed towards us. The bright and airy décor offered a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. The cheese shop has been around since 2001 and with the numerous cheeses they offer it’s no wonder it has grown and thrived over 10 years of business. There are 300 different types of cheeses sold here, out of all of these the most popular is the Pecorino Tartufo. This is a cheese made of sheep’s milk with black truffles. The combination makes for a unique, flavorful taste. The Village Cheese Shop offers samples for anyone who wants to come in and try any of their cheeses. The staff is friendly and helpful – it’s no wonder that most people leave with a bundle of cheese and a smile on their face. It is just the kind of experience that keeps consumers coming back for more. www. Love Lane Kitchen, also on Mattituck’s Love Lane was the next fabulous find. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner—they do it all seven days a week. Over their five years of business, the Kitchen has quickly grown and developed a great reputation. A popular breakfast item is the stuffed French toast, which is also made better when accompanied by a cup of coffee from Love Lane Kitchen’s very own roast. Some of the other favorites are the lobster rolls and the goat cheese panini. Thanks to fresh, local ingredients, a welcoming atmosphere, and great hospitality, it’s a great little place to satisfy your culinary cravings. The final sweet stop on the gourmet journey was Junda’s Pastry Shop at 1612 Main Road in Jamesport. As soon as the door opened our mouths were watering with the sweet smell of pies and pastries. Junda’s has come a long a way in the seven years it has been open. It started as a lemonade and pie stand. The apple strudel is a staple in the bakery, with its flaky crust—you can’t help but want a second piece. Their red velvet cake is also a popular item among customers. Junta’s offers an array of cookies and other pastries along with their event cakes. These tasty cakes can be ordered for weddings, birthdays, any sort of gathering. The Junda’s Pastry shop has people coming back mainly because all of the products they offer are of the best quality. 631-722-4999.

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Restaurant Review: Pierre’s By Stacy Dermont I invited Sag Harbor’s greatest living puppeteer, Liz Joyce, from Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, to join me for dinner at Pierre’s in Bridgehampton last week. She accepted immediately. We were seated at a booth, under a speaker that broadcast groovy tunes over us, the funky artwork for sale on the walls, the other tables and the bar. I like the Euro-cool atmosphere at Pierre’s. I’d been there for lunch, but never for dinner. Dinner is special at Pierre’s... We each had a Pear Martini – Pear Grey Goose Vodka, pear and nectarine. We quite liked them – they were very peary with a delightful bit of a bite of booze. Of course the crispy baguette and accompanying butter were perfection – owner Pierre Weber... IS FRENCH. Pierre’s Wine List contains many French options as well as selections from the West Coast, South America and local fave Wölffer. Or you could have…beer. I started with Salad melangee et tomates a la vinaigrette maison (our server was untroubled by my ordering it as “the tomato salad”). The organic mesclun was very fresh and the tomatoes ripe. I would have happily eaten it all, but I thought it best to save some room. Liz started with Ceviche aux crevettes et coquilles Saint Jacques – with passion fruit and avocado. She raved about it and ate those “little creatures” right up. I ordered the Bouillabaisse Marseillaise. It was, as expected, perfect. Clams, mussels, shrimp, sea scallops and sea bass poached in a saffron and pastis

Provence, haricots verts et gratin Dauphinois. She glowed. She said she could taste “the sunshine and happy days in the open meadows” that her lamb had enjoyed in Austrailia. She decreed the gratin “a really yummy potato cake.” Pierre’s is especially known for its desserts. I had the Profiteroles a la glace vanille et sauce chocolat chaud. I discovered that I’d never really had profiteroles before these…not really. So light but sturdy enough to hold ice cream. Warm chocolate sauce with just the right touch of orange and toasted almonds, oh my. Liz clearly enjoyed her shot of espresso and Moelleux au chocolat Valrhona, glace a la vanille. Chocolate cake and ice cream, ‘works every time. Of course Pierre has many other desserts from which to choose, including, Napoleon, Tarts, Macaroons, Pear Bourdaloue, Pave d’Alsace and his Sunflower (containing Peach, Blueberry and Almond Cream). Everything at Pierre’s is Old World – except the jazz. What’s new? All the eggs are now organic, all the beef and lamb is grass-fed, no hormones. Now in its second year, Pierre’s Gourmet Market next door to the restaurant can’t keep up with the demand for its lobster salad (made with cognac, tarragon, apples and “secrets”). Get in line with local kids in their pajamas – it’s become the hot spot for bedtime ice cream. Pierre’s is both a neighborhood place and a deeply French culinary outpost. broth. I lapped it and its traditional rouille up with my toasted baguettes. So good. Liz ordered the Cotelettes d’ageau aux herbes de

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Annual Chefs Dinner at Hayground School By Jacqueline Duda The 2011 Chefs Dinner at the Hayground School on Sunday, July 31 will put the spotlight on worldrenowned chefs as well as local talent. Now in its seventh year, the Chefs Dinner is a fundraiser for the Hayground School’s Jeff’s Kitchen and the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. The evening’s lineup of chefs, both local and Manhattan-based, is impressive, including: Mark Forgione (Restaurant Marc Forgione and winner of “Iron Chef”), Marc Meyer (Five Points), Josh Capon (Lure FishBar), Jonathan Waxman (Barbuto and winner “Top Chef Masters”), Harold Dieterle (Perilla Restaurant and winner “Top Chef”), Michael White (Marea, Osteria Morini and Al Fiori), Gerry Hayden (The North Fork Table & Inn and James Beard nominee for best chef in North East), Claudia Flemin (The North Fork Table & Inn) and Special Guest “Chef” Isaac Mizrahi. The night kicks off with a cocktail party from 5-to 7:30 p.m., where the chefs will display their talents with hors d’oeuvres made from East End bounty and locally grown ingredients. Specialty drinks and wines will accompany this great culinary start to


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the night. Following the cocktail hour there will be a sitdown dinner from 8 to 10:30 p.m. A portion of the produce used for the fabulous four-course meal will be from the Hayground School’s Slow Foods Greenhouse, and each course will be paired with a local wine. Food is not the only thing that will be the topic of conversation! There will also be a live auction held after the dinner featuring exclusive culinary and travel packages such as cooking sessions with celebrity chefs and five-star destination packages. This annual event serves as a tribute to the late Jeff Salaway, who was one of the Hayground School’s co-founders and a highly respected restaurateur. The money raised benefits Jeff’s Kitchen, a fullservice kitchen and classroom at the Hayground School, where classes in nutrition and cooking are offered for children and adults. The dinner also raises funds for the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. The Chefs Dinner and cocktail party will be held on the Hayground School grounds. Along with fabulous food and wines there will be live music to add to the evening. Tickets to the cocktail party and the dinner are $850; or $175 for the cocktail event only. VIP wine tables are also available featuring fine wine selections and premium seating in Jeff’s Kitchen, with prices starting at $1,750. Children are more than welcome at a ticket price of $35; they can enjoy a kids dinner and creative childcare by Hayground Camp counselors.          2011 Chefs Dinner, Hayground School campus, 151 Mitchell Ln., Bridgehampton. For information and tickets call 631-537-7068 ext.113 or visit www.

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Restaurant Review: Copa Wine Bar & Tapas

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By Arianna Johnson Walking into Copa in Bridgehampton is like walking into a little piece of Spain. The organic wood décor separated into family-style round tables, hightops and a bar definitely exudes a tapas atmosphere. Chef Dominic was extremely informative, explaining every dish as it was brought out to me; since I don’t know much about Spanish food, this was a big help. The first tapas course I had was Pimentos or flash-fried green peppers topped with sea salt with a pepper aioli. To my surprise, the long, skinny peppers were not as hot as I thought they’d be; granted they had a bit of spice, but it was mild and the aioli was creamy, which gave a nice balance. The next two tapas I had came out together; quail eggs and chorizo on grilled bread with a tomato reduction, and cockles with chorizo in butter-white wine sauce. The eggs were a perfect complement to the chorizo, which is pretty much spicy Spanish pepperoni. And the tomato reduction hinted at a fancy barbeque sauce. The way that the tomatoes and quail yokes soften the grilled bread was delectable. The cockles, served in a bowl, were submerged

in a lovely broth of white wine, bnutter and shallots. This reminded me of having mussels served the same way, but the cockles were just so cute and tender. With the kick from the chorizo, it made for a whole new experience. The third course was by far my favorite of the entire meal: lobster corn chowder. This is what Chef Dominic called “Spain meets the Hamptons,” which means that he’s taken a classical Hamptons dish and put a Spanish twist on it. What the chef does is take local, freshly picked corn and scrape it with a knife to get all of the “milk” out of the cob, which

gives the creamy broth its silky mouth feel. The broth was brought out in a teapot and poured over the chunks of lobster, potatoes, corn kernels and smoky bacon bits. The combination of smoky bacon and creamy corn was just incredibly luscious. The final appetizer I had before the main dish was whole garlic shrimp in butter. They were split in half with the heads left on, which you can detach and explore for their juices (tastes like yummy sea water). The piece de résistance was seafood paella that filled a 12” paella pan with lobster, shrimp, mussels, cockles, saffron rice, chorizo and artichokes. The rice was tender and the seafood was fresh and not at all “chewy.” To cap off this fabulous meal, the chef brought out a dessert he just whipped up from local peaches, Wölffer red wine and purple basil. He put that concoction atop vanilla ice cream and it was sweet, yet slightly savory at the same time. If you want to take a little vacation to Barcelona or Madrid, Copa is the place to go! Copa Wine Bar & Tapas, 5 School Street, Bridgehampton, 631-613-6469. www.

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Summertime Hostess Gifts By Sharon Feiereisen They say life is all about first impressions so when you’re next invited into someone’s home for a BBQ or a weekend stay, make sure you bring along a wonderful host/hostess gift. One ever-reliable option is a candle, but don’t go with a forgettable run-of-the-mill one. Instead, opt for Kat Burki’s Cosmos Collection. Burki did extensive research to find out what scents each astrological sign respond to most favorably and developed candles around them; the colors of the tins each of the candles come in also tie into astrological preferences ($24 at Olfactory senses can be similarly tickled with Thymes’ new Mandarin Coriander Reed Diffuser ($48 at Hampton

When it comes to edible treats, one would be remiss not to mention the melt-in-yourmouth delicious ones from Levain. Famed for their Oprah-approved six-ounce cookies ($22 for a 4-cookie gift set at Levain Bakery, 354 Montauk Highway, Wainscott), they’re gooey heaven on a plate. For the more healthconscious, try the delicious raw-vegan treats from Hail Merry, which include Vanilla Almonds, Chocolate Macaroons, and a to-diefor Chocolate Miracle Tart (Provisions, 7 Main Street Sag Harbor). For a gift to counteract any delicious overindulging, give your host a gift card to SoulCycle, an indoor cycling studio favored by everyone from Kelly Ripa to Bill

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75 MAIN RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE – New Award-winning Executive Chef Walter Hinds, New Contemporary American Cuisine. Open daily for breakfast and brunch from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Dinner from 4:30 p.m.midnight, 75 Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-7575, B. SMITH’S – The best lobster roll and waterfront view in the Hamptons. Home of the legendary watermelon margarita! Celebrating 14 years in the Hamptons. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Long Wharf at Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-5858, BACKYARD RESTAURANT AT SOLE EAST – Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Restaurant and poolside lounge with a beach club setting. Friday night – live acoustic/ guest D.J. Saturday afternoon – pool party w/guest D.J.s Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. – poolside brunch with live Bossa Nova. 90 Second House Road, Montauk. 631-668-6700, BETWEEN THE BUN – On the road? Don’t run on empty. Fill up at Between the Bun, featuring the East End’s best grilled hotdogs and other fine specialties. 473 County Road 111, Manorville (1/4 mile from the LIE). BOBBY VAN’S – Steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open 363 days a year for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Kitchen open Fri. & Sat. ‘til 11 p.m. Main St., Bridgehampton. 631-537-0590. CAFFÉ MONTE AT GURNEY’S – Breakfast daily from 7:30 to 10 a.m., lunch from noon to 3 p.m. Serving a casual Italian style menu. Excellent choices by Executive Chef Chip Monte. La Pasticceria serves light fare from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk. 631-6682345. CANAL CAFÉ – Enjoy fresh, local seafood, local wines and beer and a full bar. Accessible by boat. Live music all summer. 44 Newtown Road, Hampton Bays. 631-723-2155. CLEMENTE’S CRAB HOUSE – Weekend $15.95 Prix Fixe Lunch, 1-4 p.m., includes a glass of wine or beer. Open every day. Everything made fresh to order. Full steak menu and sushi-grade sesame-seared tuna. Happy hour Mon.-Sat. 5-7 p.m., Sun. 3-5 p.m. Fridays Karaoke w/Big Rich from 10 p.m. 448 West Lake Dr., Montauk. 631-6686677, CLIFF’S ELBOW ROOM – Serving the best aged and marinated steak, the freshest seafood and local wines, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Open for lunch and dinner. Two locations: 1549 Main Road, Jamesport, 631-7223292; 1065 Franklinville Rd., Laurel, 631-298-3262. www. COMTESSE THÉRÈSE BISTRO – Enjoy awardwinning North Fork wines in the Tasting Room or dine in the Bistro of this 1830s restored rectory. Cordon Bleu Chef Arie Pavlou prepares classic French cuisine. ThursdaySunday lunch and dinner. 739 Main Road, Aquebogue. 631-779-2800. ESTIA’S LITTLE KITCHEN – Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner influenced by the flavors of Mexico at this cozy restaurant featuring delicious food and friendly service!

Dinner reservations recommended. 1615 Sag HarborBridgehampton Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-725-1045, GEORGICA RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE – Nestled in the exclusive hamlet of Wainscott, serving dinner Thursday through Monday from 6 to 11 p.m. Featuring grilled prime meats and fresh seafood. 108 Wainscott Stone Rd., Wainscott. 631-537-6255. GOSMAN’S INLET CAFÉ – Sushi here is the bestkept secret in town! Also grilled tuna, jumbo lobsters, great pasta and a kid’s menu. Relax, watch the boats come in and enjoy the freshest sushi around. Sushi to go available all day. Lunch & dinner daily. Located at the harbor in Montauk. 631-668-2549, THE GRILL ON PANTIGO – Serving classic, casual American, cuisine in a modern setting, The Grill offers indoor and outdoor dining as well as a chic bar that doubles as a late-night lounge. Appetizers range from $5-$16. Entrees range from $15-$38. Promotional specials are run throughout the year. 203 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton. 631329-2600 HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY – Espresso bar & bakery, breakfast & lunch café, outdoor seating, kid friendly! Dan’s Papers “Best of the Best!” 6 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Locations on Montauk Highway in Water Mill and Mill Road in Westhampton Beach. 631-726-COFE, www. HARBOR BISTRO – One of the best sunsets on the East End. Great food and wine on the waterfront, hidden gem on the Harbor. 313 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. 631-324-7300, HARBOR GRILL – Affordable American dining. Casual, family-friendly restaurant. 367 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton. 631-604-5290, harborgrill. IL CAPUCCINO – Still serving the best Italian food and garlic rolls, since 1973. Dinner every night starting at 5:30. Brunch/lunch Sundays from noon-3 p.m. Outdoor seating. 30 Madison St., Sag Harbor. 631-725-2747, www. JAMESPORT MANOR INN – Zagat-rated New American Cuisine dedicated to sustainable, fresh and local food and wine. Dinner three-course prix fixe, Sun.-Thurs., $35. Lunch and dinner daily. Closed Tues. 370 Manor Lane, Jamesport. Reservations 631-722-0500 or LEGENDS – Legends is sporting a fresh new look this summer, with a completely renovated interior and panoramic windows offering Peconic Bay views. 835 First Street, New Suffolk. 631-734-5123. LUCE + HAWKINS AT JEDEDIAH HAWKINS INN – Chef Keith Luce features an evolving menu emphasizing local and sustainably-grown ingredients. Serving dinner Thursday through Monday; lunch Friday and Saturday; brunch Sunday and Monday. 400 South Jamesport Ave., Jamesport. 631-722-2900, M&E – Contemporary American seafood and steak. Open every day for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. 964 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-1115. MATSULIN – Finest Asian Cuisine. Zagat Rated. Lunch, Dinner, Sushi & Sake Bar. Catering available. Open 7 days from noon. 131 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-8838, MUSE RESTAURANT & AQUATIC LOUNGE – New American Fare with regional flair. Live music Thursdays. Open 5:30 p.m., Wednesday-Sunday. The Shoppes at Water Mill, 760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill. 631-726-2606. NICHOL’S OF EAST HAMPTON – The “Cheers” of the Hamptons. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, late night. Big portions, reasonably priced, outdoor dining, celebrity

sightings. Voted “Best Burger” & “Outstanding Lobster Roll.” 100 Montauk Highway, East Hampton. 631-3243939. NORTH FORK OYSTER COMPANY – Greenport’s newest upscale seafood restaurant serves creative cuisine featuring the freshest local produce and seafood. Closed Monday and Tuesday. 300 Main St. (Stirling Square), Greenport. 631-477-6840, www.northforkoystercompany. com. OCEANBLEU – At Westhampton Beach Bath and Tennis Hotel, 231 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. Saturdays in July and August, 6-10 p.m. $45.95 lobster bake with 1 1/2 lb. lobster and unlimited seaside buffet. Reservations 631-288-2515, www.oceanbleu-westhampton. com. ORIENT BY THE SEA – Restaurant and full-service marina. Offering an extensive menu of local seafood and fresh vegetables. Located next to Cross Sound Ferry. Dine overlooking beautiful Gardiners Bay on our outdoor deck. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. 40200 Main Road, Orient. 631-323-2424, PIERRE’S – Euro-chic but casual restaurant and bar. Late dinner and bar on weekdays. Wonderful French food for the elegant diner in a great atmosphere. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri.-Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-5110. See review on page 83. PORTO BELLO – Celebrating 20 years, in their original location on the waterfront at 1410 Manhanset Ave., Brewer’s Marina, Greenport. Offering local and imported wines, Porto Bello is one of the North Fork’s hidden treasures! 631-477-1515. RACE LANE – An American restaurant with some continental asides. Open year round at 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. 631-324-5022. SEN RESTAURANT – Sen favorites including chicken or beef teriyaki, shrimp tempura and soba noodle dishes are served alongside an incredible selection of sushi and sashimi. Flavorful salads and side dishes available. Open at 5:30 p.m. every day. 23 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631725-1774, SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE – Established in July 1996, this microbrewery/restaurant is your Hamptons home for world-class beers. Open year-round for lunch and dinner. Special events, private taproom, catering and takeout. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800, SQUIRETOWN RESTAURANT & BAR – A modern American bistro. Open 7 Days for lunch & dinner. Offering fresh local seafood, prime steaks and local seasonal vegetables. 26W Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays. 631-7232626. TOUCH OF VENICE – We’ve moved! Newly-renovated location on Main Street in the heart of the historic Cutchogue village. Featuring Italian and local specialties. 28350 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-5851, www. TROLLEY BARN – Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Enjoy everything from creative omelettes to classic filet mignon! Open weekdays, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; weekends, 7 a.m.10 p.m. 216 Montauk Hwy., Speonk. 631-801-2888. TURKUAZ GRILLE – Come enjoy our MediterraneanTurkish cuisine. Located on the Peconic Riverfront. Dine inside or on our patio. Featuring gyros, shish kabobs, Turkish pizza. Daily specialties. 40 McDermott Avenue, Riverhead (next to Atlantis Marine World). 631-591-1757. TWEEDS – Located in historic Riverhead, Tweeds Restaurant & Buffalo Bar in the J.J. Sullivan Hotel serves the finest local food specialties and wines representing the best L.I. vineyards. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. 17 E. Main St. 631-208-3151.


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RSVP group. Asia needs a new home…maybe you will be her new owner? A great place to shop is the Unlimited Earth Care Concept Store, 2249 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton. Step into the garden, which is a space of harmony, balance and emotion and is all about the pleasure of living outdoors. Unlimited Earthcare’s award-winning designer Frederico Azevedo is on hand to help you plan and decide the best way to improve your landscape…The Concept store is featuring the Lipstick Chair in white, 100% recyclable polyethylene at $400, a perfect accessory anywhere in the house, garden, patio or all three! For information call Sandra at 631-725-7551 or log

on to The Urban Zen Foundation is involved with this season’s Bridgehampton Polo Challenge at the Bridgehampton Polo Club. Stop by the Urban Zen Lounge and experience the amazing collection of handcrafted Haitian artwork and crafts that include beautiful beaded necklaces, bracelets, housewares and apparel selected by Donna Karan. Urban Zen is committed to creating a successful model of philanthropy and commerce in the Haitian artisan communities by creating an awareness of (continued on page 94)

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The summer is flying by. My sister Paula just returned to New Jersey after spending two full weeks on the East End with me, enjoying the beaches, restaurants and of course the shopping! She will be back in August to finish her summer of Hamptons activities and, of course, Dan’s Kite Fly on August 7. Miss you, Sis! Let’s shop! Stop in at Old Town Crossing, 46 Main Street, Southampton, to check out the new line of handforged iron furniture created by an artist in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Look for consoles, writing tables, dining tables, cocktail tables and side tables. You will be able to see many of these unique pieces featured in their room setting called “Creating a Perfect Outdoor Room” at The Hamptons Designer Showhouse. These can be a perfect addition to your outdoor or indoor mix and are available with a protective coating for outdoor use. Also check out their “Rear Terrace” at: www. The showroom on Main Street is open seven days a week, and online at Ah, one of my faves, Twist boutique, 46 Jobs Lane, Southampton, is getting ready to celebrate its 10th anniversary in the Village of Southampton. Mark your calendar because they are having a party at the store on Saturday, August 6, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. This special event will be featuring treats, shopping incentives, free gifts with purchases, Twist dollars and 15% off your entire purchase. You are all invited to share this special occasion with them. Call 631-287-7990 for more information. Pat is at it again! She wants to do something special for a special dog…Asia’s new life celebration at Little Lucy’s Canine Couture, 91 Jobs Lane, Southampton, along with Beau Hulse Realty Group are inviting you to stop by on Sunday, July 31, 2 - 4 p.m. and have a toast with them to celebrate Asia’s new freedom. Asia, a sweet two-year-old dog, was rescued by a local animal rescue organization called RSVP. She was kept chained outside a house, used for breeding and profit. Now Asia has a chance for a new life. Stop by to meet Asia, enjoy summer cocktails, tasty treats and learn about our local

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By Maria Tennariello With all the benefits and events that fill our summertime weekends, Super Saturday 14, is by far on everyone’s favorites list. Spending an entire day at this fun-filled, family-oriented, daylong fundraiser for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF)— once dubbed “the Rolls Royce of garage sales”—is now a much-anticipated shopping extravaganza! This year, Emma Roberts and Kelly Ripa, along with Donna Karan, Ariel Foxman and InStyle magazine, will host the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s 14th Annual Super Saturday on July 30, 2011 at Nova’s Ark Project, 60 Millstone Road in Water Mill, from 1 to 6 p.m., with a special preview hour beginning at noon. Donna Karan, the late Liz Tilberis and OCRF’s President Faith Kates Kogan created Super Saturday in 1998. Donna Karan has underwritten the event since its founding and all net proceeds go directly to OCRF’s research programs. InStyle has been a sponsor and host of Super Saturday since 2001, and once again, OCRF has joined forces with leading multimedia retailer QVC to make this exciting event available to shoppers nationwide. A special treat, broadcasting live from 2 to 4 p.m., “QVC Presents Super Saturday Live” will offer viewers the chance to purchase a variety of products including apparel, accessories, jewelry and beauty needs with net proceeds benefiting OCRF. In 2010, Super Saturday raised over $3.4 million for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. This infamous fashion garage setting is so breathtaking, with bright colored grass umbrellas HDS_DANS.25Color.eps 1 7/18/11 2:26 PM that shade the tables of designer samples, dresses,


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Station featuring anti-aging skin treatments and samplings of their self-preserving sunblock; a place to relax and rejuvenate at the InStyle Cabana; the Color Club Color Bar offering guests manicures and nail art; the Aruba Happy Lounge featuring Aruba Aloe hand massages and a chance to win a four-night stay in Aruba; the www.Piperlime. com photo tent and the @Home Market filled with designer vignettes featuring unique furniture and one-of-a-kind pieces by Traditional Home Magazine, One Kings Lane and the New York Design Center all for sale at awesome prices. And, for the first time this year, Charity Buzz will be hosting a special Super Saturday auction with amazing oneof-a-kind VIP experiences, celebrity meet-and-greets and so much more! Bidding will be live at the event or at On the local scene at Super Saturday, Minnie Rose will participate in the fundraising event to raise money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. Minnie Rose designer Lisa Shaller Goldberg will be available for comment on the Minnie Rose brand, which is a perfect fit for the Hamptons lifestyle with light-weight cashmere pieces in bright vivid colors. Minnie Rose focuses on classic silhouettes that are flattering and stylish in a timeless way. Minnie Rose is sold in the Hamptons at boutiques such as Summer Stock, Intermix, Obligato, Norah’s, Gloria Jewel, Blue & Cream, etc. Another exciting escapade: Lisa Perry’s POP-Up Mob will be stopping by Super Saturday with 20 (continued on page 94)









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& By Tamara Matthews-Stephenson My summer 2011 flea market find is a little, cement, painted 100-year-old garden gnome. This legendary floral mascot became a popular relic in Europe during the 1800s and is believed to bring good luck to its owners. After doing a bit of research it appears the very first garden gnomes were made of clay and produced by potter Phillip Griebel in Germany in the early 1800s. A bit later they were

brought over to England and they can still be found outside of many English cottages, manors and farmhouses, keeping watch over the gardens and livestock. Over the years they became massproduced, and today there are even tacky plastic versions of these originals, yet there is something unique and quirky to me about the antique clay version I found in East Hampton this past weekend. The gnome resembles a tiny old man living in the

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depths of the earth guarding buried treasures. Legend says he is a symbol of integrity, honesty and hard work and should provide assistance to all living things. That seems like a tall task for a craggy-faced guy with a red hat, but I’m also hoping he can serve double duty and keep the bunnies out of my garden. Was I in the market for a gnome you ask?  Well no, not exactly, and this is why shopping flea markets, antique shows and yard sales can be a bit risky. At the same time, picking up an occasional item at these unexpected places helps to bring personality into my home. Although I believe in mapping out a well-thought-out decorating plan, I also think it is valuable to add a bit of whimsy and the occasional impulse buy to help incorporate a unique mix into a home. You may remember last week when I wrote about the East Hampton Mulford Farm antique show that rolled into town and took over the beautiful rolling lawn behind the duck pond. There were several events happening throughout the Hamptons over the weekend, but this show is one of my summer favorites. It attracts an eclectic group of talented antique dealers from far-off places. As I meandered through the historic property, I noticed how well each dealer had stylized their section, creating interesting vignettes and pleasing spaces for us to view the collectibles. Antique collecting and dealing is truly a labor of love when you take into consideration the hard work and determination that goes into the job.  I picked up the gnome from a friendly husband and wife couple that owns the shop The Red Horse in Bridgewater, Vermont. Their goods were well chosen, all with unusual, clean lines and good taste. I was immediately drawn to the lovely cascading antique vases filled with garden flowers. The benches, vintage horse sign and other antique garden statues all caught my eye, as did, of course, the little impish gnome holding court at the entrance. While chatting with owners Sue and Jacques Lilly, I learned that the couple have been in the antiques business for 20 years together and travel extensively to England and France in the winter in search of their antiques. They picked up my little garden guy in a village just outside of Dorset, England. I happily plunked him in my garden in the hopes that his good luck and many years traveling the world will help him keep guard over my home and family, plus he is quite the conversation piece. Hope to see you at one of the many antique shows and flea markets this summer. 

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Tamara Matthews-Stephenson Do you experience traffic, a lack of parking spots and difficulty nabbing restaurant reservations this time of year? I do, even though I have learned to take the backroads (who didn’t read Jodi’s Shortcuts a few years back?). I will admit that everything in this area is amplified during the summer. Taking all of this into consideration, I am still grateful. Not only do we have pristine beaches, gorgeous architecture, lovely topography, great food and wonderful wine, but we also have some of the most talented artists in the world. While we may find some quiet moments to revel in the natural beauty of the Hamptons, we can also find inspiration in the many outstanding artistic and cultural events that take place out here. Speaking of artsy crowds, there has been lots of activity going on over near Scuttle Hole Road these past few weeks as many designers prepare for the 2011 Annual Hampton Designer Showhouse. I had the opportunity to stop over while a few designers were in the throes of painting and assembling. First, I interviewed the dynamic duo Suysel and Anne of New York City design firm Tilton Fenwick as they put last-minute touches on the family room. I was awed by their cerulean blue and green space that exudes a refined elegance. Their

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talent and professionalism is impressive, since the design team has been together for just under one year. Traditional Home magazine recently named Tilton Fenwick one of 20 design firms to watch. Next, I met with Dan Weiss, CEO and owner of the famous Lillian August company. Weiss gave me a thorough tour of Lillian August’s living room at the showhouse just days before the opening. Because Weiss and his family summer on Shelter Island, they understand the local aesthetic and way of living. Lillian August is one of Lillian August’s living room at showhouse my favorite companies in the with such a large presence again this year.  design industry. August herself Lillian August’s talented designers have created is a pioneer in the industry, and over 25 years a fabulous and luxurious room, which is a stunning ago she opened her first store in Connecticut selling furniture and accessories. With both of space with soaring ceilings all set against grays her sons (Dan and John) leading the direction of and muted tones. The room embodies an easy beach the company, Lillian August is taking the design lifestyle that many covet out here, with antiques, world by storm. They recently opened a stunning a beautiful custom-designed rug and elements of showroom in Manhattan’s Flatiron District (the gardening referenced in the artwork and trellis former Sam Flax Store on 20th street) that takes tables. For the past two summers the company has up 17,000 square feet of this stylish neighborhood. decorated rooms in the showhouse. Weiss proudly August’s Connecticut showroom is even bigger with tells me that after both showhouses wrapped up, a whopping 100,000 square feet of space. Lillian August is not your regular furniture store, the new owners hired Lillian August to decorate but a full-service design center that caters to the their homes. It’s very exciting to see that we are drawing both client, while also working closely with interior young up-and-coming designers as well as leaders in designers. The company has five stores across the the design field to such a world-class event. I admit nation and also staffs a group of designers in-house. that I’ll be patiently waiting on line to take in each It is exciting that they are here in the Hamptons and every room. I hope to see you there.


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Fresh Air Fund Afternoon at the Pool My friend Dede, who owns the Southampton Inn, recently opened her hotel to the kids and adults from the Fresh Air Fund for an afternoon of swimming, games, food and watching the rain. Luckily the outside stuff was finished before the heavy rains came and they moved the

barbeque inside. I sat with two of the families and we all ate together and the kids and I went to play games in the game room. These kids seemed really happy! The Fresh Air Fund has host families who invite a kid from the inner city out to their home for a week. It gives each child a wonderful time in the Hamptons. A man who hosts several kids wants to get to 100 families by next summer. If you want to be a host family, send my dad an e-mail at david@ and we will send it to the right

girls in tow, all wearing Lisa Perry girls apparel. It should make for a fun spectacle; so if you have your camera, shoot it! On the kid’s end, there are rides, games and arts and crafts galore. This summer at “Camp Divalysscious,” kids can enjoy Wendy The Pipe Cleaner Lady, face painting, balloon artistry, s’more-making and special performances from Miss Pinkie and Moey’s Music Party. Space Odyssey East will roll out the hottest video games available to play in the arcade mecca. Take my advice, wear light clothing, bring a sun hat and/or parasol, sunglasses, comfortable shoes and a spray bottle filled with cool water to refresh yourself and get a good night’s sleep the night before…and enjoy! You can really Shop ‘til You Drop here for sure! I go home every year exhausted but very, very happy with all of my many purchases and early holiday gifts. It’s like “Christmas in July.” Thank goodness I only live right down the road. Ticket prices for Super Saturday 14 are $450 (regular) or $650 (preview) for adults and $150 for kids ages 5-16 (kids under 5 are admitted free). The preview ticket includes access to an exclusive shopping hour from noon – 1 p.m., as well as a gift bag. Tables and sponsor packages are also available beginning at $2,500. To purchase tickets or for more information, please call London Misher Public Relations at 212-7592800 ext. 19 or visit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s website at

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the cultural beauty of the Haitian artistry. One hundred percent of the profits from the sale of these products goes to Hope, Help, and Rebuild Haiti. The Bridgehampton Polo Club hosts a match every Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m., now through Saturday, August 27. Do stop in at Donna’s beautiful retail shop, Urban Zen, Bay Street, Sag Harbor for an up-front, up-close look at her beautiful creations. A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: The Joe Fresh brand of contemporary apparel designed by Joseph Mimran & Associates opened their first summer store in East Hampton. Located in the heart of the Village at 54 Main Street, the Joe Fresh summer store will be open through Labor Day. Stop in and visit the Joe Fresh Hamptons Summer Store for your summer staples and beachwear needs for both women and men that include colorful polos, bikinis, cover-ups, flip-flops, and cool accessories, all affordably priced from $4 to $69. A very large inventory, Joe Fresh can be your one-stop-shop for all things summer! With complimentary pedicabs to the beach and Coolhaus ice cream throughout these hot months, be sure to stop by before summer ends. Joe Fresh will be back with four permanent locations opening in the Tristate area this fall, including the NYC flagship at 510 Fifth Avenue. Store hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will love this shop! Until next week. Ciao and Happy Shopping! If you have any questions or your shop is having sales, new inventory, is re-opening, or you are a brand new business, my readers want to hear about it. E-mail me at or I will be happy to get the word out!

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Kid’s Calendar For more events happening this week, check out: Arts & Galleries Listings pg: 104 North Fork pg: 97 Day by Day Calendar pg: 105 AMG-Amagansett; BH-Bridgehampton; EH-East Hampton; HB-Hampton Bays; MV-Manorville; MTK-Montauk; Q-Quogue; RVHD-Riverhead; SGHSag Harbor; SGK-Sagaponack; SH-Southampton; WM-Water Mill; WH-Westhampton; WHB-West Hampton Beach UPCOMING MEGAN’S LAW RAFFLE – You could win $75K. www., 631-689-2672. Tickets $75. STAGES CHILDREN’S THEATER WORKSHOP – Summer workshops, 51 Alewive Brook Rd., EH. 631-3291420. KIDFEST – Hands-on arts and crafts workshops for ages 5 and up. Wednesdays, July 27, August 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., before each KidFEST performance. Boots Lamb Education Center, Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. 631-324-0806. Tickets at, Guild Hall box office,, or 1-866-811-4111. BAY STREET THEATRE MUSIC THEATRE CAMPS – August 1-5 and 8-12; 1:30-4 p.m. daily. Students write and perform in their own mini-musical. ROCK N’ THE PARK – August 5, 8-11 p.m., ages 7 and up. Red Creek Skate Park, 102 Old Riverhead Rd., HB. Youth bands perform. 631-702-2425, www. Free admission for town residents, no skate membership required. Skaters must wear protective gear. CAMP BROADWAY – Aug. 8-12, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., ages 11-17. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., WHB. 631-288-1500, 3RD ANNUAL ROAR FOR A CURE CARNIVAL – August 20, 2-6 p.m. East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club, 175 Daniels Hole Rd., EH. Day of fun to benefit numerous facilities researching ways to cure cancer and a scholarship fund in memory of 12-year-old Sag Harbor resident Katy Stewart who lost her battle to cancer in December. 631-3295480, $125/person, $250/4 people. CAMP GOOD GRIEF – Aug. 22-26. For children who have experienced a loss. 631-288-8400. THURSDAY, JULY 28 WORLD TRAVELERS – 9:30 a.m.-noon, ages 3 1/26. 1st Presbyterian Church, 2 South Main St., SH. Each 2 1/2 hour jet-lag-free “trip” includes indoor and outdoor activities: creative play, music, dance, costumes, a snack and a take-home arts and crafts project. These wellmanaged adventures come alive through the magic and wonder of children’s imaginations at play. 917-538-5049, RHYME TIME – 10-10:30 a.m., ages 1-3, Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. Songs, rhymes, stories and art exploration. 631-537-0015, THE CASE OF THE MISSING BIRTHDAY CAKE – 11 a.m., ages 2-5. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, 4 E. Union St., SGH. Wonderspark Puppets perform. Also tomorrow and Sat., July 30. 631-725-4193, www. $10, $9/members and grandparents, $5/ children under three.   LEGO MANIA – 3:30-4:30 p.m. Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. Play with the library’s Lego collection. 631537-0015, WEEKLY STUDENT STRING WORKSHOP – 4:305:30 p.m., Thursdays through August 25. Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Ln., SH. Prelude and Overture String Ensemble Summer Session for student violinists, violists, cellists and bassists. Register 631-287-4377, www. $165 for 10 sessions. PAJAMA STORYTIME – 6-7 p.m., for families, Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main St., AMG. 631-2673810, PETER AND THE WOLF BALLET – 7 p.m. Montauk Playhouse, 240 Edgemere St., MTK. Enchanting ballet performed by students ranging in age from 4 to 18 from the Hampton Ballet Theatre School. Choreography by Sara Jo Strickland and handcrafted costumes by Yuka Silvera, and a surprise celebrity narrator. 631-668-1124, www. $20/at the door, $17/advance, $15/ members. FRIDAY, JULY 29 GOAT ON A BOAT PLAY GROUP – 9 a.m., age 3 and under. Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, 4 East Union St., SGH. 631-725-4193, SANDPIPER MUSIC TOGETHER – 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m., ages baby to kindergarten. The Children’s Museum of the East End, 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. For cost and to register call 631-537-8250. www.cmee. org. SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL – 10-11 a.m., birth to age 3 with adult. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main St., AMG. Learn together through interactive play, movement, and song. 631-267-3810, TEEN DROP-IN CRAFT – 10:00 a.m.-8:45 p.m. Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Rd., SH. Transform old gears, washers, nuts and bolts into jewelry. 631-2830774, ZOPPE: AN ITALAN FAMILY CIRCUS – 7 p.m., Westhampton Beach Performing Art Center, 76 Main St., WHB. Exciting event under a big tent with clowns, acrobatics, equestrian showmanship and more! 631-2881500. $25/kids under 12, $50/adults, $2500/VIP package of 4 adult tickets and 10 kids tickets. Also 7/30 and 7/31 at 3 and 7 p.m. CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD: A MUSICAL – 7:30 p.m., Pierson High School Auditorium, 200 John Jermain Ave., SGH. Production by Stages, A Children’s Theatre Workshop Inc. Based on best-selling book by the same name, this show explores the questions that many children have about God. Appeals to many individuals, regardless of gender, religion or age. Actors and actresses range in age from 8 to 16. 631-329-1420. $15. Also 7/30 at 7:30 p.m. and 7/31 at 3 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 30 20TH ANNUAL NEW YORK KNICKS BASKETBALL CAMP HOOPS CLINIC – 2-hour clinic. Saturdays only, also August 6 and 13. Focuses on the fundamentals of basketball. New York Knicks/Basketball Camp reversible jersey. Prizes and giveaways. 212-465-4104. NEW YORK KNICKS INSTRUCTIONAL LEAGUE – Through Aug. 13. 10 a.m.-noon (ages 6-11), 1-3 p.m. (ages 12-16). Ross School Center for Well-Being, 18 Goodfriend Drive, EH. PAINTING WORKSHOP – Saturdays through September 17. 10-11:30 a.m. Pollock-Krasner House, 830 Springs Fireplace Rd., EH. Tour of the house and studio followed by a drip painting workshop for children. 631-3244929, STORY TIME – 10-10:45 a.m. Hampton Library, 2478 Main St., BH. 631-537-0015. FREE PLANETARIUM SHOW FOR KIDS – “STORIES OF THE SUMMER SKY” – 7 p.m. Ross School, 18 Goodfriend Dr., EH. Join members of the Montauk Observatory, Inc. for an evening of stories and songs with Andi Piscano, using her portable planetarium to guide kids and parents through the mythology of the summer sky. SUNDAY, JULY 31 THE SECRET LIFE IN A POND – 1 p.m., ages 5 and up. South Fork Natural History Museum, BH. This event requires registration. Call for details. 631-537-9735, www. JOURNEY TO AMERICA: MOLLY’S PILGRIM – 2-3 p.m. Westhampton Free Library, 7 Library Ave., WHB. We will read Barbara Cohen’s moving story, Molly’s Pilgrim and create a special family flag that reflects each families’ journey. May only register for one session. 631-288-3335, This event requires registration. MONDAY, AUGUST 1 CAMP SHAKESPEARE – Aug. 1-5 and Aug. 8-12, ages 8-15. Run by the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival. Call 631267-0105 for details. $400/week. PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – Also Aug. 8. 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., for individuals in grades 10-12. Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Ln., SH. 631-283-2118 ext. 21, $225, $150/members. SUMMER HISTORY DIG FOR CHILDREN – Weekly, through Aug., Mondays-Thursdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., for ages 12 and up. Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main St., SH. The group will excavate and interpret three simulated sites and will be instructed in the techniques of professional field archaeologists. 631-283-2494, www. $400 per week includes a healthy box lunch. LAST CHANCE THIS SEASON – HANDS-ON MILLING – 11:30 a.m. Water Mill Museum, 41 Old Mill Rd., WM. Hour-long workshop and demonstration so kids can learn the workings of a grist mill. 631-726-4625. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 WORLD TRAVELERS: BALI – 9:30 a.m.-noon, ages 3 1/2-6. 1st Presbyterian Church, 2 South Main St., SH. Each 2 1/2 hour jet-lag-free “trip” includes indoor & outdoor activities: creative play, music, dance, costumes, a snack and a take-home arts & crafts project. 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Six Flags Fleeces People on the Island get what we call “rock fever.” That means you have to get off Island every so often and see how the other 99.9% percent of the country lives. Recently, while we were in Maryland, my daughter, Chenoa, and her friends went to Six Flags, while I stayed home and watched my toddler granddaughter. I watched her from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., that’s 13 fun-filled hours of watching her favorite movies, Tangled and Elmo in Grouchland, over and over and over. It was a personal challenge for me. A stress test to see how much I could handle before turning to drugs or alcohol. I made it through the day, although I don’t remember much after the first

10 hours. My daughter said I was conscious, but not responsive, when she got home. Apparently I smelled of Desitin and had Gerber’s Meat Sticks on my breath when she rescued, I mean, when she found me. The baby was fine, having pulled all the cushions off the couch, spread out all the DVDs, put Jell-o on the TV remote and…well, we’re still looking for the phone. For all this I was given as payment one $7 Wonder Woman key chain. That my daughter managed to afford such an extravagance after a full day of monopolized merchandising is a miracle. My tale of woe is nothing compared to what my daughter endured at Six Flags. She has never been so thoroughly fleeced in her life. Six Flags has turned into an egregiously avaricious enterprise that has created the most odious and nefarious ways of choking every cent out of the victim, aka, visitor. Naturally, there are high entrance and parking fees, everyone can live with that. It’s the things they do to insure you are FORCED to spend much more money there that are outrageous. They now search your handbag. That would stop me right there. You can x-ray my handbag, but where do they get off searching a woman’s purse?  You may not bring any food or drink of any kind in the park. If you do bring in a can of Coke you have the choice of letting them throw your hard earned

money into the trash for you, or harkening back to your college days and chugging it like a frat boy. The drinks inside are $4 and are 75% ice. My daughter had to instruct the servers not to put more than one scoop of ice in her drink. A single slice of cheese pizza is $7—one slice, no toppings! Naturally, since you can’t bring in food or drink, you have to support their blatant pressure to buy their offerings. You also may NOT bring your handbag—or any bag or anything other than one of their drink cups— on a ride with you anymore. You can’t set it by the exit to pick up as you leave. Each ride has a set of lockers nearby. You pay $1 to rent the locker for two hours BUT you may only open the locker ONE time! Should you accidentally forget something you must then play the memory game, remember the fivedigit number on your locker, then pay another dollar to have the attendant open it again. You must rent a locker at each ride, or you don’t ride. It can add up fast. Chenoa gave me other examples of Six Fleeces, but I think they missed out on a few good ideas for further stealing your money. Additional Fleecing Ideas for Six Flags: 1. Weigh each victim as they come in and figure out how much strain they put on the rides and walkways, then calculate the amount of electricity it takes for an electric roller coaster to pull a 150 lb. person and charge them per kilowatt. 2. Make cigarettes, chapstick, sunblock and Advil contraband as well. You’d collect enough first-born children selling these essential items that you won’t (continued on next page)


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North Fork Events Arts & Galleries Listings pg: 104 Kid Calendar pg: 95 Day by Day Calendar pg: 105 Contact organizations, as some require ticket purchase or advanced registration. UPCOMING BEER FEST – 8/13, 1-6 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. North Fork Craft Beer, BBQ and Wine Festival, with live music. Benefits Kent Animal Shelter and the Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund. Two ticket options: VIP 1-6 p.m. $80, General Admission 2-6 p.m. $55. Designated driver tickets available for $15. www. northforkcraftbeerfestival. 631-940-7290. Rain or shine. RADIO BENEFIT – 8/6, 5-7 p.m. Rothman’s Gallery, 54100 Rt. 25, Southold. Featuring folk, blue grass and swing music to benefit WPKN Radio, 89.5 Bridgeport. 631765-3770. $12 at the door. EAST END SEAPORT MUSEUM LIGHTHOUSE CRUISES – Journey from Greenport along Gardiner’s Bay and Long Island Sound to see the famous lighthouses of the North Fork including Long Beach Bar “Bug” Light, Orient Point, Plum Island, Little Gull and Race Rock. Maritime history and lighthouse stories by a local expert. Boat stops next to each lighthouse for great photo opportunities. Cruise Dates: 8/20, 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8. $95; $60 for teens/children. Includes box meal and complimentary glass of Long Island wine or water. Groups welcome., 631-477-2100. THURSDAY, JULY 28 OPEN MIC NIGHT – 5-9 p.m., Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue, 631-734-7361. www. Free. PIANO BAR – 7-11 p.m. featuring Trevor Davison. Bistro 72, Hotel Indigo East End, 1830 West Main St., Route 25, Riverhead. 631-3692200. Free. FRIDAY, JULY 29 LIVE MUSIC – 4-8 p.m. Sherwood House Vineyards, 1291 Main Rd. Jamesport. www.sherwoodhousevineyards. com. 631-779-2817. Free. THE SECONDHANDS – 5:30-8:30 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. www. 631-734-7361. Free. THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM – 7:30 p.m. Chamber Music and Choral Concert, Greenport High School 720 Front St., Greenport. Young artists from The Perlman Music Program perform chamber music and choral masterworks. SIXTEEN TONS – 8 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. Summer Concert Series @ The Pavilion, includes one glass of wine. www. 631-298-5502. $10 in advance. $15 at the door. LIVE MUSIC – 8:30-11:30 p.m. featuring Steve Watson


Trio and Special Guest. Bistro 72, Hotel Indigo East End, 1830 West Main St., Route 25, Riverhead. 631-369-2200, SATURDAY, JULY 30 5K RUN/WALK – 8 a.m. registration, 9 a.m. race begins. Pond Ln., Southampton. 2nd annual 5K run/walk for Southampton Youth Services and AHRC Suffolk. www. 631-585-0100. Registration $20 pre-race, $25 on site. FARMERS MARKET – 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Havens House/Historical Society, Rt. 114, Shelter Island. Free. NOFO ROCK & FOLK FEST – 1-5 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. 631-7347361. Free. LIVE MUSIC – 2-6 p.m. Sherwood House Vineyards, 1291 Main Rd. Jamesport. www.sherwoodhousevineyards. com. 631-779-2817. Free. STARGAZING – 9:30 p.m.-midnight. Custer Institute, 1115 Main Bayview Rd., Southhold (weather permitting). 631-765-2626. Suggested donation of $5 adults, $3 children under 14. Free for members. SUNDAY, JULY 31 LIVE MUSIC – 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Vineyard 48, 18910 Middle Rd. Cutchogue. 631734-5200. Free. NOFO ROCK & FOLK FEST – 1-5 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. 631-7347361. FOODIE SUNDAYS – 1-5 p.m. Sparkling Pointe, 39750 County Rd. 48, Southold. Chef Noah Schwartz of Noah’s in Greenport will prepare food and wine pairings. For prices and reservations call 631-765-0200. BUTTERFLIES AND BEES – 1-3 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyard, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. Seminar with Beekeeper Christopher Kelly. www.marthaclaravineyard. com. 631-298-0075. $30; $25 for wine club members. ROMEO & JULIET – 5 p.m. Full-scale costumed

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need all those minimum wage teenage employees anymore. 3. Stop giving people a cup full of ice with a little bit of soda, this is an old trick, let’s try a new one. The heat index the day Chenoa went was 115, start charging for the ice! People will drink their watereddown soda because it’s cold, but a warm cup of soda on a hot day goes flat and is about as refreshing as hot beer. Ten cents a cube! That’s how you squeeze blood from a stone. Chenoa learned a valuable lesson. Spending too much money trying to have a good time can defeat the purpose. The Island formula for happiness is still the best: steamed clams, beer, sunset at Wades Beach. Cost: $20. Value: Priceless.

production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. Comtesse Therese Bistro, 739 Main Rd., Aquebogue. www. 631-779-2800. Free, donations to Northeast Stage accepted. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 MARK ANDERSON – 6-9 p.m. Twilight Tuesdays live music. Corey Creek Vineyards. Main Road (Rt.25), Southold, 631-765-4168, Free, with separate wine tasting fees ranging from $5-15. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 SOUP KITCHEN – 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Wednesday. Community supper, free soup kitchen for those in need. St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church Parish Hall, Sixth St., Greenport. 631-765-2981. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4 OPEN MIC NIGHTS – 6-9 p.m. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue. 631-734-7361. Free. PIANO BAR – 7-11 p.m. featuring Trevor Davison. Hotel Indigo East End, 1830 West Main St., Route 25 Riverhead. 631-369-2200. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5 TAKE 3 – 5:30-8:30 p.m. Live music. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Rd, Cutchogue. www.peconicbaywinery. 631734-7361. Free. VINES AND CANINES – 7 p.m. Martha Clara Vineyard, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead. Educational walk through the vineyards with winemaker Juan Micieli-Martinez and his dog Satchmo. Donations of non-perishable pet food items requested. 631298-0075. ROMEO & JULIET – Aug. 5-7, 7 p.m. Mitchell Park, Greenport. Full-scale costumed production of Romeo & Juliet. Free, donations to the Northeast Stage accepted. FARMERS AND ARTISANS MARKET – 5-8 p.m. Lenz Winery, 38355 Main Rd., Peconic. The market includes wine tasting, local artisans, live music and microfarmers. 631-734-6010. Free.

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& ART COMMENTARY by Marion W. Weiss

Women Art Revolution A new documentary about the feminist art movement during the 1970s and 80s is a reason for celebration, if only because two East End residents, Miriam Schapiro and Howardena Pindell, were noteworthy contributors to that movement. In fact, Women Art Revolution demonstrates that the importance of art is always welcome. Directed and narrated by Lynn Leeson, the movie has a personal focus when Leeson cites her experiences as a feminist artist herself; such an approach adds to the work’s success. While this technique and others – like past and present interviews with feminist artists, curators and critics, plus archival footage of landmark events – are not unusual for a historical documentary, these varied methods make for interesting viewing. It’s also interesting that Leeson started assembling footage for the film nearly 40 years ago. Some of this critic’s favorite artists are interviewed, like filmmaker Yvonne Rainier and Adrian Piper, an early performance artist who rallied against racism


Charles Wildbank While this week’s cover features a beautiful wave, it’s no ordinary wave. In fact, the image is part of a powerful series by artist Charles Wildbank called “The Hado Series” (named after Dr. Masuru Emoto who creates microphotographs of water molecules). Inspired by the meaning of “Hado,” Wildbank’s wave images are similarly energetic, emotional and ethereal. There’s also dynamic movement in his waves that appears to transcend the picture plane. His still lifes possess common characteristics; for example, his luscious strawberries, figs and pears are vital and passionate as well. They are simultaneously realistic and surreal. We feel an urge to devour them immediately, yet we are also mesmerized by their beauty. Q: Why is the cover of “The Wave” important to you? A: This painting was a turning point for me. I was working on a large commission for Cunard Lines, which involved a lot of international travel. As I crossed international borders, I shifted away from

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and in later years became a philosophy professor at Wesley College. Simply put, the movie brings back feel-good memories about a period long past, one that changed the course of art history. Yet the documentary also shows that some woman did not stick together in protesting the death of Ana Mendieta, a feminist artist who was allegedly murdered by her husband, Carl Andre. What is most rewarding about Women Art Revolution, however, is the appearance of two Hampton artists, Miriam Schapiro and Howardena Pindell. While it’s hard to believe that some people don’t know the part Schapiro played in the feminist movement, the film attempts to make her contributions clear (although more material could be included). For example, when Schapiro became a faculty member at the California Institute of the confines of beliefs and emotions; this allowed me to be free. The image reflects my feeling of expansiveness. Q: I certainly got that feeling of transcendence. How has your art changed in other ways this last year? A: I have applied new techniques such as metallic pigments and gold/silver leaf. For me the reflective surfaces and illumination of light, contrasted against the dark, resemble the beacons and pulsars of a lonely cosmos. As far as the gold leaf, the Incas used gold sun shields to send signals across the peaks at great distance. Q: What does gold mean to you personally, not necessarily related to your art? A: Gold is for me the sun, our radiant selves. It is my intention that my gold paintings close the gap between our limited and unlimited selves. Q: What things have you been doing besides art recently that somehow relate to this theme and your intentions? A: I loved the early morning fire ceremonies in Buddhist temples in Japan at Mount Koya last autumn. A favorite memory was one with my wrinkled toes pointing at Mount Fuji on a balmy November afternoon. Q: Do you have a personal worldview? A: I am an artist, and my life is a beautiful dream. I always feel loved by the cosmos, even if I would get eaten alive. The cosmos and I are one entire entity, and that is art. Q: How about a political worldview? For example, what’s your response to the current financial situation?

Art, she soon organized a three-day woman’s conference which kick-started the movement. Her collaboration with Judy Chicago (who created the famous art piece “The Dinner Party”) became legendary as well. This critic wonders if Schapiro’s later works featuring dollhouses may possibly have derived from this early period where female collectives worked out of a house. Howardena Pindell also made important contributions though, unfortunately, they are not as well known. (A look online reveals a limited amount of material about her feminist works.) What is cited about Pindell is her “political and social” subjects, her Pointillism and minimalist style, and the fact that she was a “black artist.” The facts go well beyond these superficial accounts, however, some of which (but not all) are noted in the film. One early contribution, not seen in the movie, is Pindell’s performance piece (“Atomizing Art”) where she dresses up as a white woman, complete with blond wig and sunglasses, saying that she was never a victim of class distinction. It is satiric and to the point, a treasured reminder that we never see enough of these examples in contemporary culture. Besides Schapiro and Pindell, a passing mention is made of Lynda Benglis and Joan Semmel, both East End residents as well. We would have liked to hear more about them. Maybe next time.

A: I think it has been a time of great and important shifts; I know that life is in perpetual flux. Thus, things change all over again. I use Hope. Hope is what fuels new creations for me. Hope is the rough draft, that armature in clay, my raw sketch on a canvas. Q: You seem content despite the upheavals we are experiencing. Would you rather be living in another place or involved with another profession? A: I follow the sun to get longer days of painting and work, like the Cayman Islands. I also very much enjoy the endless summer days in the Hamptons. As to another profession, I love what I do now. Always art, any form. Charles Wildbank’s new work will be on view August 2-25 at The Laurel Group at Baywoods, 910 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, 631-726-5950). His website is

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on Law and Order as defense attorney Danielle Melnick, for which the actor received an Emmy Award nomination. But this four-time Tony Award-nominated actor has most recently been making waves on the stage in Goldaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Balcony. Feldshuh was invited to join this project in the winter of 2002, and began rehearsals a year later. The play tells the life story of one of the most powerful women to ever enter the political world, Golda Meir. At one point a Milwaukee schoolteacher, Meir went on to be elected as Israelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading political figure in 1969. For Feldshuh, the best part of portraying Meir comes in showing how

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Theatre Review: “Working” By Joan Baum Given recently released data on the growing – and reportedly downplayed – number of unemployed and underemployed Americans in the country today, Studs Terkel’s celebrated 1974 collection of interviews of real people with everyday jobs called Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do unwittingly acquires special resonance as a musical because it can appeal to a wider audience and to a speed-tech generation that rarely slows down to hear “America talking.” Now everyone can hear – but for only one more weekend – as a large and impressive cast directed by Southampton Cultural Center’s immensely talented artistic head, Michael

Disher, sings and dances on stage at the Levitas Center for the Arts. This is a cleverly designed and imaginatively choreographed production that nonetheless remains faithful to Terkel’s narrative take on labor as cultural history. (Disher mounted a production of Working several years ago at Southampton College; updates now are minimal – references to computers and PC curricula, the sight of a Trader Joe’s shopping bag – but enough to generate an involving sense of contemporaneity.) Terkel (d.2008), whose first name was Louis, took the name “Studs” in admiration of Studs Lonigan, the fictional protagonist of his fellow Chicagoan, the novelist James T. Farrell, and went on to become an American theatrical type – a

genial, tough-sounding, down-to-earth raconteur, interviewer and commentator, and a progenitor of oral history, which he called “guerilla journalism.” Originally adapted for the Broadway stage by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Wicked) and Nina Faso in 1978, Working features words and music by Schwartz and by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, James Taylor (you can tell) and Mary Rodgers, with lyrics also by Susan Birkenhead, Graciela Daniele and Matt Landers. What Disher has achieved with a devoted, energetic cast of 22 actors of all ages and degrees of theatrical experience is especially apparent in the seamless way the stories unfold – with verbal cues, musical shifts, group rearrangements and dramatic lighting. From the start, tight direction is evident: a spotlight shines on an iron worker wielding a hammer – an iconic image of an American Worker – soon augmented by other work sounds: a bell, scraping, scrubbing. Soon, the entire company has eased onstage for the rousing opening number, Walt Whitman’s “I Hear America Singing,” set to music by Schwartz. This is followed shortly by a bopping boogie-woogie arrangement of Micki Grant’s “Lovin’ Al,” led by Michael Contino. Characters include, in addition to the iron worker, a parking lot attendant (Contino); a project manager; a corporate executive (whose lovely tenor also delivers a sentimental, perfectly choreographed Schwartz song, “Fathers and Sons”); a school teacher (in command of cynicism and nostalgia in Mary Ellen Roche’s rendition of “Nobody Tells Me How”); a supermarket checker; a migrant worker; a UPS delivery man; a housewife; a call girl; a mill worker (a bored but accepting Vay David pulsing out James Taylor); a stone mason; an interstate trucker (Claude Soffel doing dramatic turns and guitar); a telephone operator; a receptionist; a telephone solicitor, a waitress (Bethany Dellapolla deftly managing humor and grit); an ambivalent retiree (Richard Koerner, nicely juxtaposing sadness and stoicism); a firefighter; a cleaning woman (Pamela Morris belting out the poignant hope that her daughter won’t have to do such work); a salesman and an ex-copy boy. Other production principals deserve notice and kudos: Bethany Dellapolla for Additional Choreography, Matthew Gibbons and Karen Hochstedler for Musical Direction, Peter Eilenberg for Lighting Design, Michelle Brourman for Dance Music. A fellowship of voices in harmony and unison, delivering enjoyable community theatre. Take a friend, employed or otherwise. “Working,” Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday, July 31 at 5 p.m. For ticket information call 631-287-4377 or go to www. Tickets: $35 ring side table seating, $25 general admission, $20 seniors on Friday at the door only, $12 students under 21 with ID.

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AMG-Amagansett; BH-Bridgehampton; EH-East Hampton; EP-Eastport; GP-Greenport; HB-Hampton Bays; JP-Jamesport; MV-Manorville; MTK-Montauk; NO-Noyac; NY-New York; OP-Orient; PC-Peconic; Q-Quogue; RB-Remsenberg; RVHD-Riverhead; SGHSag Harbor; SGK-Sagaponack; SH-Southampton; SHD-Southold; SI-Shelter Island; SPG-Springs; WM-Water Mill; WH-Westhampton; WHBWesthampton Beach; WS-Wainscott OPENINGS AND EVENTS RECEPTION & CONCERT – 7/29, 5-7 p.m. LongHouse Reserve presents Wharton Esherick, the quintessential woodblock printer and premier furniture maker of the 20th century. Includes outdoor concert in the LongHouse gardens by the Alaria Chamber Ensemble at 6 p.m. LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Rd., EH. 631-3293568, STEVE MILLER & TERRI GOLD – 7/29, 5-8 p.m. Opening reception for “Planet,” curated by Julie Keyes. 4 North Main Gallery, 4 North Main St., SH. 631-283-2495, OPENING RECEPTION – 7/29, 5-9 p.m. “Important Works on Paper” by Paton Miller, Rolph Scarlett, Nahum Tschacbasov. Arthur T. Kalaher Fine Arts Gallery, 28 E Jobs Ln., SH, 631-204-0383. On view through 8/14. Refreshments will be served. LECTURE – 7/30, 11 a.m. Bryan Hunt talks about his Guild Hall exhibition, which focuses on the theme of “Water.” Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. 631-3240806, Free with $7 museum admission, members free. “WHAT’S OUT THERE” – 7/29, 6-8 p.m. reception. Works by Grant Haffner, Cara Enteles, Barry Underwood and Sue McNally. Sara Nightingale Gallery, 688 Montauk Highway, WM. Water Mill, 631-793-2256, www. Through 8/17. BENEFIT RECEPTION/SALE – 7/30, 5-7:30, “The Artwork of Robbie Haynes,” a special needs student at Triform Camphill Community. Ann Medonia Antiques, 36 Jobs Ln., SH. Proceeds from the artwork will benefit Triform Camphill Community for special needs young adults in Hudson, NY. Exhibit 7/30 at noon - 8/1 at 5 p.m. 631-283-1878. Donations accepted. COLLECTIVE RECEPTION – 7/30, 5-10 p.m. The

Bonac Tonic Art Collective presents “A Midsummer’s Nightmare.” New artworks, live music, comedy by Math McGinley, fashion designs by Alissa Smith. Justin Smith will unveil his self-published comic “Spyungo!” “The Cardboard Giftshop” features merchandise by the artists in the show. Open Sunday 7/31, 12-4 p.m. Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Rd., EH. SUMMER WORKSHOP – 8/1-8/4, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Judith Motzkin, “Clay: Creation and Installation.” The South Street Gallery, 18 South St., GP. 631-477-0021, www. $435. WARHOL EXHIBITION – 8/4-10/29. “15 Minutes: Homage to Andy Warhol.” An exhibition in sight and sound by prominent artists, writers and performers who knew, worked with, or were inspired by Andy Warhol. PollockKrasner House and Study Center, 830 Springs-Fireplace Road, EH. 607-336-5792, BENEFIT PREVIEW – 8/4, 5-7 p.m. The 44th Annual Artists of the Springs Invitational Exhibition (through 8/21) featuring recent works by artists of the East End. Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Rd., EH. 631-3245671, $25 donation requested at the door benefits the Springs Improvement Society for Ashawagh Hall and the SIS Scholarship Fund. ARTIST’S RECEPTION – 8/5, 5-9 p.m. Brian O’Leary paintings, 1983-2011. 4 North Main Gallery, 4 North Main St., SH. 631-283-2495, GALLERIES ARTHUR T. KALAHER FINE ART GALLERY – Group show with Henry Bing, Thomas Cardone, Salvador Dali, Art Donovan, James Knox, Charles Levier, Paton Miller, Abraham Rattner and Nahum Tschacbasov at 197 Madison St., SGH, 631-725-0170. New exhibit at 28 E Jobs Ln., SH, 631-204-0383 (see above). Both locations open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., or by appointment. BEGO EZAIR GALLERY – “Discovering the Inner Child,” works by South African artist Bermano. 136 Main St., SH. President Nelson Mandela signed Bermano’s artwork despite the world leader’s failing health. 631-2040447. Also Bego Ezair Gallery, 437-443 Main St., GP. 631477-3777, BOCK ART LIMITED GALLERY – “Works by Charles Bock.” 16 Hill St., SH. 631-287-1078, www.bockartlimited. com CHRYSALIS GALLERY – Exhibit featuring: Connie Foley, Leonid Gervits, Theresa Giannuzzi and Richard Hect. Through 9/1. 2 Main St., SH. Open every day. 631287-1883, DELANEY COOK – “Barbie and the Secret of the Universe,” by Renee Hiltunnen Dahl, Delaney Cooke Gallery, Haven’s Art House, 17 Madison St., SGH. 917405-4846, DESHUK-RIVERS – 141 Maple Ln., BH. 631-2374511, GALLERY M – Laura Westlake’s “Masterworks in Color Pencil,” 407 Main St., GP. 631-477-9496. GREEN EARTH CAFÉ – Don Duga, 20 of his latest Beatles paintings in honor of the 70th anniversary of John Lennon’s birth. 50 East Main St., RVHD. 631-369-

2233, GUILD HALL – 158 Main St., EH. Exhibition of Bryan Hunt and Clifford Ross, through 7/31. Guild Hall Museum, 158 Main St., EH. Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m. 631-324-4050, JILL LYNN & CO – 81 Jobs Ln., SH. Works by Joelle Nicole. MARK BORGHI FINE ART – “Willem de Kooning: 35 works from 1936-1978,” 2426 Main St., BH. 631-537-7245, MARK HUMPHREY GALLERY – Group show “The Renaissasnce NYC.” 95 Main St., SH. 631-283-3113, www. OUTEAST GALLERY – “Scrimshaw on Vintage Surfboard Fiberglass,” by Peter Spacek. Exhibit through 8/10. OutEast Gallery, 65 Tuthill Rd., MTK. 631-668-2376. 65 Tuthill Road, MTK. 631-375-6730. PARASKEVAS – Works by Michael Paraskevas. By appt. 83 Main St., WHB. 631-287-1665. PARRISH ART MUSEUM – “Dorothea Rockburne: In Her Mind’s Eye,” through 8/14. 25 Jobs Ln., SH. Open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. 631-283-2118, Suggested donation: Adults $5, Seniors $3, Students, $3, Kids under 18 free. Members of active duty military ROMANY KRAMORIS – “Mythology & Scribbled Auras: Christopher Engel and Coco Pekelis, with Sister Corita.” Through 8/11, 41 Main St., SGH. 41 Main St., SGH. 631-725- 2499,

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Explore two private gardens in East Hampton, open to the public for self-guided tours to benefit The Garden Conservancy. No reservations required. Rain or shine. Special highlights include summer blooms such as VooDoo lilies, passion flowers, a mimosa tree, and more than 600 varieties of daylilies in a rainbow of colors. The Garden of Dianne B. 888-842-2442, www. BRYAN HUNT LECTURE – 11 a.m. Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. Modernist sculpture artist discusses his Guild Hall exhibition centering on the theme of “water.” 631-324-0806, Free with admission to the museum. NOFO ROCK & FOLK FEST – 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Peconic Bay Winery, 31320 Main Road (Route 25), Cutchogue. This two-day outdoor music festival has a backbeat of local wine, food, beer, eclectic vendors and more. Lineup: Foghat, Elvin Bishop, Corky Laing & The Memory Thieves, John Sebastian, Commander Cody, Gordon Gano & The Ryans, Brian Ritchey, The Lone Sharks, Nancy Atlas, Miles to Dayton, Sunrise Skyline and more. Grammy-nominated performer Brady Rymer will headline “Fam Jam,” a family jamboree. Local musicians featured on acoustic stage and on Musicians’ Row. A portion of the proceeds will benefit youth music education through East End Arts Council. 888-277-1905, BOOKHAMPTON READINGS – 5 p.m. 41 Main Street, EH. Alexandra Styron will read from Reading My Father, a memoir. 631-324-4939. 9 p.m. 93 Main Street, SH. Philip Galanes, a New York Times columnist, will read from Social Q’s. 631-283-0270. HEAT – 6-8 p.m. Benefits Southampton Hospital’s Ellen Hermanson Breast Center. Honorary Chairpeople: Laura Linney and Donna Karan. Honors Kim Cattrall, Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford. 631-329-5480, www. $250. JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND – 8 p.m. Guild Hall, 158 Main St., EH. Acclaimed cabaret artist. 631-324-4050, Prime Orchestra: $55, $53/members; Reserved Seating: $35, $33/members. See story on page 67. YOUNG CONCERT ARTISTS SERIES – Old Whalers’ Church, 44 Union St., SGH. Soprano Jeanine De Bique performs. 631-725-0894, $35, $25/seniors and students. JOAN RIVERS AT WHBPAC– SOLD OUT. SUNDAY, JULY 31 Vintage and Commemorative Black Doll Exhibit – Eastville Community House, 139 Hampton St., SGH. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Eastville Community Historical Society, they are hosting an exhibit


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By Alexandra Andreassen Since 1988, the South Fork Natural History Society (also known as “SoFo”) has been achieving its goal of nature education. Founded by a group of self-taught local naturalists, their objective was to increase public awareness about Long Island’s natural history, as well as to share with others the joy of exploring and learning about nature. After first creating a nature clubhouse in Amagansett, and then going through a long period of planning and building, the South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center opened its doors in May of 2005. Originally under the direction of Jim Ash, new director Frank Cuevedo took over in January of this year. The museum has been a wonderful resource for the East End community and many of the first members are still actively involved in it. “Our main focus is to get people outside,” said Carol Crasson, the museum’s education and communication director. “The philosophy of the organization has been first, have fun outdoors.” People have to feel comfortable outside, and know how to use their senses to the greatest extent in order to observe nature fully. After this is attended to, one can be taught about nature. The team definitely promotes this idea from the moment you walk in the door of the 6,400-square-foot museum, situated on three gorgeous acres. It is designed to feel like you are taking an interpretive nature hike. It is very hands-on and interactive, and it makes you feel like a naturalist yourself as you explore the exhibits with both live and recreated animals. Kids and adults alike can open doors and drawers, look through viewing holes, and more, as they make their way through the museum. You can even experience what a live fox smells like. There is a Field Guide that the museum has created to lead visitors through the exhibits, and it says that it teaches you not what to observe in nature, but “how to observe nature.” SoFo has three nature educators, Crystal Possehl, Lindsey Rohrbach and Heather Abrams, who are always on hand to guide people through the museum, teaching about the wildlife on the South Fork. The

Rabbi Rafe Konikov, Director Chany Konikov, Program Director Rabbi Berel Lerman, Educational Director Rabbi Avrohom Hassan, Senior Group Director

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educators are extremely knowledgeable and the personal interaction is a wonderful benefit. Visitors do not just read the signs and then leave—they are shown around by someone who really knows their stuff. Did you know that opossums are the only animals that can “play dead” to ward off predators by bringing their brains into a coma and oozing a “dead” smell? Did you know that only the female bees, wasps and ants can sting? Did you know that all the ants in the world together would weigh more than all the humans in the world, combined? I learned these and other fascinating facts about the South Fork’s wildlife while at the museum. The museum has other wonderful highlights, including a panoramic deck with a 180-degree view of 70 preserved acres of scenic fields and woodlands. The view is beautiful, and it overlooks their outside area which includes a butterfly garden and teaching pond. The museum grounds are even equipped with telescopes to get an up-close view of the animals and plants that live there. Another favorite with the kids is the Marine Touch Tank, located in the downstairs teaching area, where they can reach in and touch local crabs, starfish and more. After experiencing the view and touch tank, visitors can take a nature walk. The Vineyard Nature Trail connects the museum to the ninemile system known as the Long Pond Greenbelt, an expanse of interconnected ponds, woods and wetlands stretching from Sag Harbor to the Atlantic Ocean, spectacular for its wealth of rare plants, animals, and ecological communities. Moreover, SoFo holds a variety of nature walks and workshops, especially on weekends in the summer, for both children and adults. People can enjoy events like “Birding for Beginners” and “Family Wading Adventure!” For more information on events and registration, visit their website, Nature educators Crystal Possehl and Lindsey Rohrbach emphasized the exploratory focus of the museum. “We want people to start thinking, what’s under there? Why is it here?” remarked Possehl. Rohrbach added that “We want to inspire somebody to look deeper.” For both nature lovers and novices alike, SoFo can give you the tools needed to become an even better explorer.

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LETTERS STAGES Childrens Theatre Dear Stacy, Just wanted to thank you for all your help in getting the article for Stages in Dan’s last week. It was great and thanks for your support – know it is really appreciated. Publicity is sooo important and we can use it in these times when the non-profit arts are suffering. Thanks again for being there for STAGES! All the best, Helene Leonard East Hampton So…can I play Frankenstein this year? – SD BEAUTY AND THE BEACH? Dear Dan, In this land of style and sophistication known as the Hamptons, those of us lucky enough to grab some time at our pristine beaches have had to put up not only with a visual assault of this advertising approach, but also an audible assault of these slow moving, un-mufflered aircraft (the reason for the noise attack is to get you to look at them). Is this really the Hamptons – or is it Coney Island? What has happened to the peace and quiet of the natural landscape of THE BEACH – one of the premier assets of the Hamptons? Can the Parachute Jump, Steeplechase and the Cyclone be far behind? Try to take a nap on the beach with several of those droning planes flying slowly overhead…“wake up and look at me” is what they are saying, not so politely. Is this really the best way to promote a product or service? The CEOs of the companies who are doing this advertising would be the first to complain about someone spoiling their peace and quiet when they are relaxing at their homes. Although it should be, I am not sure if this activity can be restricted in some manner – whether it is extending how close they can fly to shore or limiting the noise the engines make…but if it cannot be restricted, we can always fight back by NOT PURCHASING THE ADVERTISED PRODUCT – and let the advertising company know that…I bet within one month – if they got hundreds of calls, we could stop this annoying advertising practice and assault on the natural peace and serenity of our prime asset – our beach. Anthony Giaccone We could also throw things at them. They fly slow enough. ­– DR PEDALLING PERILS Dear Dan, It is reassuring to know that bicyclists are secure and protected while riding on the Hamptons Subway. Not so on the Long Island Railroad!  On April 26, 2011, the LIRR Conductor threw me off the train with darkness and rain approaching! Today’s Newsday reports that Suffolk County has the highest bicycle fatality rate in the Tri-State area. (Newsday – Front Page – Thursday, July 14, 2011.) For decades, I have been riding by bicycle around this intricate and dangerous maze of an island. For work. For exercise. For the sheer joy of exploring this beautiful island of ours. So Dan, perhaps the LIRR will take a few lessons in Public Safety and Courtesy from the Hamptons Subway System! My compliments to the Hamptons Subway System for setting the highest standards in on-time performance and rider satisfaction! Your avid reader and fan, Pamela J. Sandmeier

Attorney at Law, C.P.A. Sound Beach, New York Hope the LIRR takes you up on this. – DR SUMMER SCHOOL Dear Dan, I teach the Creating Writing course for seniors at the Town of Southampton Senior Center in Hampton Bays. I often use your writing as an example of imaginative and creative writing as you seem to make good, readable, and interesting copy, seemingly out of nothing. I wonder if it would be possible for you to attend one of our sessions to help the group understand how you go about doing this. We meet on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. until September 6th at the Senior Center. Oscar Friedensohn Something out of nothing! It’s magic! – DR RANT Dear Dan, The recent announcement of a 9.2% national unemployment rate tells the real story as opposed to President Obama’s 2011 “Recovery Summer” road tour, just like his previous 2010 “Recovery Summer” road tour promoting the number of jobs created by stimulus spending for shovel-ready projects which creates great sound bites, but doesn’t tell the whole story. When you add those working part-time with others who have given up looking, the real number of the unemployed is over 17%. Under President Obama and a Democrat-controlled Congress, unemployment has grown nationally from over 7% to almost 10%.

Thirty-one months later into the Democrats’ watch, slightly less than 10% of New Yorkers are still out of work. $789 billion in American Recovery Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding has failed to reduce unemployment. We currently face the highest unemployment rate in 27 years, with 15 million Americans out of work. Too many states still face double-digit unemployment. Any expenditure of government funds can save or create jobs. The use of existing non-ARRA federal agency aid programs, state, county, town or city expenditures can do the same. How many cities, towns, counties and states just substituted ARRA funding for existing funding as a means to balance out budget deficits, rather than for the intended purpose? Has there been an audit to see how many billions in Federal program funds are still available from previous years that no one applied for? What about those in receipt of Federal funding who have yet to spend it? Will the Federal Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board investigate? It is premature for Congress to consider adding hundreds of billions more to our $14 trillion debt by funding another new stimulus package. Under the Democrats control of the White House, the Senate and House (until December 30, 2010), the deficit has increased by $1.75 trillion in 2009, $1.8 trillion in 2010 and $1 trillion plus who knows how much more in 2011? Uncle Sam can’t keep borrowing forever, without consequences for our future financial solvency. Sincerely, Larry Penner Great Neck Agreed. ­– DR

Police Blotter The Fast And The Arrested Two men were arrested last week by East Hampton Police after they participated in a speeding contest that ended up with one of the men crashing into a tree. Police noticed the two men racing and immediately interviewed them. One of them was driving while intoxicated. Vin Diesel was not present to lay the smack down, so officers arrested both the men. Theft Three pieces of clothing were stolen from a Southampton clothing store that caters to highend fashion. The clothing included a pair of socks, a blouse and a woman’s sun hat. The estimated value of the items is approximately $236,000. Shelter Island Old Man McGumus, 102 years old, President of the Shelter Island Assault Rifle Club, board member of the Shelter Island Citizens Rights Society, retired WWII grenader, Chairman of the Board for the Shelter Island African Elephant Hunters Club, Honorary Chairman of the Shelter Island Humvee Society, President of the Confederate Ancestry Chapter on Shelter Island and founder of Guns, Rocket Launchers and Fireworks magazine, was arrested last week. McGumbus entered the Shelter Island Book and Coffee Shop with a boom box stereo system and

started playing the song, “Hit The Road Jack.” The Shelter Island Book and Coffee Shop is owned by Jack Hempstan, who Old Man McGumbus has had a very public feud with in the local paper’s letters to the editor section. When Hempstan asked McGumbus to leave, McGumbus refused and then began breaking dishes inside of the shop. He was subsequently removed and arrested. Asleep, In Drive A man in East Hampton got the attention of the police after he was spotted sleeping at the wheel of his car while parked on the side of the road. The engine of the car was running and the man had his foot on the brake while he was passed out. Police awoke the man, and found him to be intoxicated from drinking beer and he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Rescued A man was rescued in the ocean by lifeguards in Southampton after he appeared to be struggling while swimming in a rip tide. When lifeguards brought the man to shore, he told them that he experienced a cramp in his leg that was causing him to struggle. He later offered to buy all of the lifeguards at that particular beach breakfast the following day. David Lion Rattiner

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Live-in approx. 12 days a month to assist single dad with 4 year-old boy. No Smoking. Job description: Caretaking, House Duties, Light Cooking, Errands. Located in Bridgehampton. Fantastic opportunity for long term only! Must be a U.S. Citizen and have references and valid drivers license. For inFormation, call michael

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Gearing up for the Fall, but will train this summer for a Gymnastics teaching assistant. Must be athletic, reliable, great with children, and able to take direction from lead teacher. Pay is $15 per hour. This position has two possibilities. One person who can do all of the hours listed below, or two people to spilt the position. The semi-full time is MonFri about 3:30-7:30 and Sat 8:30-12:30. The Part-time has 2 options: Mon, Wed Fri about 3:30-7:30 or Tues, Thurs, 3:30-7:30 and Sat 8:30-12:30 Location: Westhampton Job ref#204

technicians. Experience required. Job ref#203 Sous Chef and Line Cooks needed for beautiful East Hampton Restaurant. Job ref#204 Office Receptionist position: The location is Sag Harbor Park Tennis, located inside Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Hourly rate is $12/hour. We are look for someone Mondays 2-6, Tuesdays 8-6, Wednesdays 8-2, Thursdays 2-6. Responsibilities include answering phone, checking people in for lessons and collecting fees, scheduling lessons on online database, taking messages, returning phone calls. Applicant should be experienced with Microsoft Word & Excel. Quickbooks experience would be a plus. Business is seasonal (planning to be open through October this year and opening back up in May). Plan to interview immediately! Job ref #199 Year Round wait staff needed for established Southampton restaurant. Job ref#197

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VAIL VALLEY, COLORADO | SKI-IN/SKI-OUT ARROWHEAD & BEAVER CREEK Originally listed for $14M, an opening bid of $6M is in place. this property is guARAntEED tO sELL tO thE hIghEst BIDDER. no gimmicks - just a motivated seller. will it sell to the opening bidder, to another, or to YOU? there are many extraordinary homes in the Vail Valley, but this estate is truly one of the Valley’s finest. In fact, it was voted one of the tOp skI hOMEs In AMERICA by CnBC. nestled upon a dramatic mountain hillside, this grand, yet intimate estate rises above Arrowhead Mountain. unparalleled skI-In/skI-Out ACCEss is a unique lifestyle amenity. But there is so much more to this 13,700+/square foot home. It’s ALL hERE AnD thEn sOME. Make it yours. 5770 | 866.647.9407 This property is listed for sale by Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate (EL83020) - PO Drawer 2820, Avon, CO 81620. Concierge Auctions, LLC is a marketing service provider for auctions and is a licensed Colorado Real Estate broker (EL100032451) - 126 E 56th Street, 25th Floor, New York, NY 10022. Broker Mike Russo (FA100027979). The services referred to herein are not available to residents of any state where prohibited by applicable state law. Concierge Auctions, LLC, its agents and affiliates, broker partners, auctioneer, and sellers do not warrant or guaranty the accuracy or completeness of any information and shall have no liability for errors or omissions or inaccuracies under any circumstances in this or any other property listings or advertising, promotional or publicity statements and materials. This is not meant as a solicitation for listings. Brokers are protected and encouraged to participate. See Auction Terms and Conditions for full details.

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This is a very important 1930’s Palm Beach Estate home in move-in condition. Many original finishes masterfully restored in the main house, pool house & staff/guest house. Great floor plan. Great price. $7,500,000. unfurnished $ 7,600,000. partially furnished Exclusive


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Storage Services Include Full service containerized storage Designer services – receive and hold goods from various merchants to be delivered to client when house is ready Builder services – storage for goods while a house is getting renovated, storage and delivery of appliances when the house is ready

Packing Services Include Expert crews to pack fragile china, vases etc. • Shrink wrap sofas, chairs • Blanket wrap furniture Special wardrobe cartons for clothing

Crating Services Include Build custom wood crates for breakable items to be shipped (marble, granite, glass table tops, statues, chandeliers, etc.)

Carton Sales Our office sells packing materials to the public (any size carton, bubble wrap, packing paper, tape.)



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montauk. Stunning lakefront Contemporary with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and many unique, custom features on 3 floors of living space. Spectacular lakefront terrace with fireplace. Exclusive. $3.95m Web# 37021

Sag Harbor. 86 Hampton Street. 4,100SF+/- newly rebuilt 5 bedroom, 5 bath Traditional. State of the art systems, gourmet kitchen, finished lower level, heated pool and pool house. Exclusive. $2.195m Web# 20594

Lois moore 631.899.0406

Joseph De Sane 631.899.0126

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east Quogue. Fabulous 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath post modern. Completely renovated to the highest of standards with a large dock (electric and water), pool and great views. The perfect getaway. Come and see. Exclusive. $1.750m Web# 50667

montauk. Lake Montauk waterfront - 3 bedroom, 1 bath cottage on an acre plus with direct lake access. Detached garage, breezeway...endless possibilities! Exclusive. $1.65m Web# 44258

Kathy Strom 631.723.4407

Lois moore 516.317.8727, peter moore 516.313.0685

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Sag Harbor. 38 Clearview Drive. This 3 bedroom home is sited on an elevated .56 acre near Peconic Bay offering bay views, sunsets, beach access and a boat launch. Great opportunity. Close proximity to villages. Exclusive. $649K Web# 11694

Sag Harbor. Four bedroom, 2.5 bath, open floor plan, fireplace, hardwood floors, .60 acre with 2-car garage, room for pool, near village and beaches. Great value. Exclusive. $629K Web# 33776

maureen Geary 631.766.0066

maureen Geary 631.766.0066, benedetta Deubel 631.725.4017




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