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Open hOuse BY appOintMent sagaponack south | $9,995,000 Gorgeous 10,000 sf Modern shinglestyle, moments to ocean. Professional style gym and spa, tennis, basketball, Gunite pool, and 5-car garage. Web# H19285. scott Bartlett 516.383.3460 sbartlett@ellimancom

Open hOuse BY appOintMent sagaponack south | $9,990,000 Unique, designer decorated home with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, landscaped grounds heated, Gunite pool, and Har-Tru tennis. Web# H0249186. scott Bartlett 516.383.3460 sbartlett@ellimancom

Open hOuse BY appOintMent Bridgehampton south | $7,500,000 This 8,500 sf home set on 3.8 acres has 8 en suite bedrooms, European Gaggenau kitchen, formal dining, sun room, library, media room, Gunite pool and outdoor fireplace. Room for tennis. Web# H54681. Lori Barbaria 516.702.5649 |

Open hOuse BY appOintMent sag harbor village | $3,650,000 Waterfront with a dock, heated Gunite pool, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and chef’s kitchen. Den/5th bedroom, walk out lower level, 2-car garage. James Merrill design, solid construction, faces south. Web# H061409. Lori Barbaria 516.702.5649 |

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 | 12-2pM 12 pheasant Cove Court, Water Mill | $2,995,000 | Located on a desirable street, this Postmodern is on the market for the first time. Home with 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, heated pool and tennis area. Web# H56519. Maryanne horwath 631.204.2720

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 | 12-2pM 5 Quogue street | Quogue $2,750,000 | Waterfront beach house residing on 2+ acres, with 4 charming bedrooms and spacious decking surrounding the heated Gunite pool overlooking this bay front setting. Web# H10837. Lynn november 631.680.4111

Open hOuse BY appOintMent sag harbor | $1,750,000 Mostly cleared 2.4 acres by the bay. Rolling lawn, pool, room for tennis. 3 bedrooms, finished basement, 2-car garage. Private beach community with boating. Web# H15250. Lori Barbaria 516.702.5649

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 | 12-2pM 15 Grassy hollow drive, east hampton | $2,100,000,00 Gated property on 2.4 acres with 5 bedrooms and 5 baths, finished basement, heated Gunite pool and 2-car garage. Move-in condition. Web# H11806. Josiane Fleming 631.766.8950

Open hOuse sun. 12/1 | 12-2pM 80 Bay street, southampton $999,000 | Beach cottage in exclusive North Sea Beach Colony with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, walkout basement, large deck, heated pool with hot tub. Nestled in a quiet area on nice elevation. Web# H59173. Maryanne horwath 631.204.2720

Open hOuse Fri. 11/29 | 1-4pM 148 Old Country road, east Quogue | $699,000 | On 2 + acres. Custom built Postmodern 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath country home. En suite master, heated pool, spa, decks, privacy and convenient location. Web #111085. palmer Gaget 917. 929.3449.

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 12-1:30pM | 16 rolling hill road, hampton Bays | $649,000 Updated Postmodern in the desirable Tiana Shores Community. All new kitchen and baths. Fully finished basement. Web# H17352. Constance porto | anne Marie Francavilla 631.723.2721

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 1-2:30pM | 5 nautilus drive, hampton bays | $517,000 Sprawling Ranch with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, eat-in kitchen, den, finished basement, 2-car garage. Homeowners Association private beach and marina. Web# H34261. ann pallister 631.723.2721

Open hOuse sat. 11/30 | 1-3pM 17 park Circle, Quogue $749,000 | Located in the Village of Quogue, this newly listed Contemporary home features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1.3 acres. Room for tennis. Web# H15139. James saladino 516.635.8891

MOdern estate amagansett | $4,995,000 | Award winning Bates Masi designed masterpiece is situated in the heart of the estate section of Amagansett. Close to ocean beaches. Web# H23842. Bonny aarons 516.383.0333 | Janette Goodstein 516.380.7341

sOuth OF the hiGhWaY east east hampton | $4,988,000 | This 5-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home features an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room, library and maid’s quarters. Heated Gunite pool, wonderful grounds, superb location. Web# H31541. patrick McLaughlin 917.359.4138

WaterFrOnt estate hampton Bays | $3,858,000 Spacious bayfront with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, solarium, wine room, Gunite pool and 221 ft of bulkhead. Web# H18103. Constance porto | anne Marie Francavilla 631.723.2721

MOdern traditiOnaL southampton | $1,499,000 Beautiful 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath with a covered front porch overlooks an idyllic pond setting in a private community on .42 acres. This home has heated pool and tennis. Web# H21063. diane West 516.721.5199

artist Oasis Montauk | $1,195,000 | This Double lot with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, detached garage, free form pool, decking, outdoor shower and waterview roof top deck. Private beach access. Web# H51052. Kim Fagerland 631.902.1384

BaY WatervieWs Quogue | $865,000 | Expanded 5-bedroom, 3-bath home, convenient to Main Street, and ocean. Granite stainless steel kitchen, vaulted ceilings, dual fireplace, 2 master suites, and deck. Web# H23326. adriana Jurcev 917.678.6543

Cape With OutdOOr FirepLaCe hampton Bays | $619,000 Beautiful Cape on .35 acres features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, family room, fireplace, living room, 3 season sun room, 2-car garage, loft outdoor patio, fireplace. Web# H22557. Codi Garcete 516.381.1031



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23 Enough

25 Fame

27 The General

31 Holiday Traditions

by Dan Rattiner County might change configuration of lanes for County Road 39.

by Dan Rattiner If your sculpture doesn’t end up in museums, pay them to take them.

by Dan Rattiner A history and discussion of a famous Chinese general’s chicken

by Kelly Laffey Santa comes to town, the Menorahcade and the Lighthouse lighting

19 South O’ the Highway

24 Reading Dan’s Papers Literary Prize Essays at the Southampton Inn

35 News Briefs


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20 Hamptons Subway by Dan Rattiner

21 PAGE 27 Your route to where the beautiful people play

by Dan Rattiner A public reading of the 2012 and 2013 winning essays by the authors DOCTOR GADGET

32 Fun on the Fly This

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22 Police Blotter All the news that’s not fit to print on the East End. Featuring Shelter Island

by Matthew Apfel Use your phone while flying and enjoy these airplane-themed apps.

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Jerry & the Mermaid, a great hidden gem in Riverhead

37 North Fork Calendar


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40 Art Calendar

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44 Calendar 45 Kids’ Calendar


33 Feast Your Eyes on

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50 Service Directory

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WATER MILL 5.2 ACRES - POOL AND TENNIS | $4,995,000 Built in 2006, 6500 +/-sq. ft. traditional gated on 5.2 acres featuring 8 bedrooms and 8.5 baths, 2 living rooms a formal living room and eat in kitchen. Fully finished basement with media and pool room, wetbar and lower level bedroom . Beautifully landscaped with expansive lawns gunite pool spa pool and all weather tennis court. web # 66697 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927




LUXURIOUS GAMBREL | $2,450,000 Custom built traditional on 1.9 acres of property, abuts 20 acres of Nature Conservancy reserve. 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, living room with fireplace and kitchen/great room with fireplace, library or formal dining room, large screened porch and bluestone patio which overlook the 75’ heated pool. web # 66342 JEFF STEINHORST 631 901 2165

AWESOME OSBORNE | $2,750,000 With 5 bedrooms, 5 baths den, heated swimming pool and pool house, this 3,500 square feet home offers complete privacy yet has access to sidewalk all the way to village, restaurants, shops, theatres, park with tennis courts, library, train station and Jitney. web # 42753 BETTY FARRELL 917 744 7667

ART FOR THE SENSES | Price Upon Request Designed by internationally acclaimed Chinese American artist, Jian Guo Xu, this magnificent 10,000 sq ft home has 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, a Koi pond, pool, Teahouse and Ching Eating Pavilion, as well as a Music Pavilion in the Ming Style of the Temple of Heavenly Peace in Beijing. A must see! web # 39244 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927 | SABRINA SEIDNER 917 805 9475

WESTHAMPTON ESTATE SECTION | $3,950,000 5000+ sq. ft., 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bedrooms, situated on 1.1 acres with expansive lawns, gunite pool and detached 2 car garage with guest suite. Custom built in 2004 , this home offers the highest level of quality, with professional eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, library/den, living room, family room, and finished lower level. web # 39244 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927

WATER MILL HAMPTONS BARN STYLE HOME | $1,395,000 Water Mill - 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, master on the first floor. Large country kitchen with breakfast area. A formal parlor and a large greatroom off the pool area and kitchen. Garage, heated pool, outdoor shower, CAC, mature landscaping, and a bonus room that could be a second Master bedroom. web # 37468 JEANETTE DUPEE 631 726 9549

EAST HAMPTON THE HOUSE ON LARKIN POND | $2,700,000 This 3000 sq. ft., Adirondack compound features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths -- including an ultra-private guest loft/artist studio, stainless gourmet kitchen, open floor plan dining and living rooms. Mature landscaping, garden shed and pool. Just 5 minutes equidistant between Sag Harbor and East Hampton. web #63764 JOHN BRADY 631 294 4216

WESTHAMPTON OCEANFRONT SPECTACULAR | $2,795,999 4 bedroom, 5 bath bright post modern with oceanside 32 ft heated gunite pool and deck to ocean. Chef s kitchen with granite counters, marble baths, hardwood floors,master ensuite features oversized jacuzzi facing ocean and multi-level terraces from all bedrooms via sliders. Loft level via slider takes you to a 20x26 roof-top deck. web # 65681 TOM ARNOLD 631 759 0086

SOUTHAMPTON ALWAYS EASY TO SHOW | $1,460,000 Situated on 2 acres of land in Southampton. Features living room with a fireplace, office, dining room, kitchen, half bath on the ground floor with sliding doors leading outside to the deck and a pool area. Master bedroom, three guest bedrooms and two full baths are on the second floor. web # 66058 NATASHA PAPULOVA-PHILLIPS 631 702 3055




EAST HAMPTON JUST OFF TWO HOLES OF WATER | $1,499,000 Wonderful 4-bedroom, 3-bath post modern on 1.55 +/- acres. CAC, heated pool, 2-car garage. Beyond the living room is a wall with a double fireplace opening to the living room and dining room. The kitchen is large enough to have a breakfast room at one end that opens to the deck, pool, and cabana area. This is a beautifully designed house. web # 63001 TOM FRIEDMAN 631 697 1103

WATER MILL LOFT-LIKE RENOVATION | $1,850,000 The great room’s focal point is the new white marble fireplace, an all white interior and a spectular marble kitchen with professional appliances. 4 bedrooms, 3 new marble baths, central air, and a heated pool. Close to Water Mill and Southampon Village and room for tennis court. web # 66640 CAROL FINOCCHIO 917 439 6519

SAG HARBOR SAG HARBORS BEST DEAL | $1,075,000 This newly renovated large home is move in ready. Has 4 en-suite bedrooms and 5 baths plus 2 living rooms and den. Oversized 20 x 44 pool and multiple decks. Privately situated on .68 acres with perennial plantings, and mature trees. 5 Minutes to Sag Harbor or Bridgehampton. web # 37047 STEPHANIE MELSTEIN 516 729 6729


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WATER MILL 7 BEDROOMS 7 BATHS 7 ACRES | $5,995,000 Nestled at the end of long scenic driveway in a pristine wooded preserve, this gated private sanctuary has all you can desire. Heated pool and hot tub and all- weather tennis court. 3 car garage and full finished basement with radiant heated floor. web # 37702 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927


GATED ESTATE | $5,950,000 Overlooking forever ag. reserve on 1.5 manicured acres. 50 x 20 roman-end gunite heated pool, 5 bedrooms plus 2 studies; hexagonal breakfast room, 5 masonry fireplaces; cathedral LR ceiling; wall of french doors facing pool and garden; professional kitchen. Close to ocean beaches. web # 53916 SILVIA BOLATTI 646 645 3782

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE VILLAGE TRADITIONAL | $4,200,000 5 bedrooms, including a master bedroom suite on the first floor with an adjacent office/sitting area, additional master bedroom on the second floor with cathedral ceilings, fireplace and French doors. The living room has a coffered ceiling with French doors that open to the large wrap-around deck.H eated gunite pool, pool house. web # 48611 NICHOLAS AMATO 516 680 1759

EAST HAMPTON TRADITIONAL WITH DOCK SPACE | $1,325,000 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, an eat in kitchen, a formal dining room, an open living room with French doors leading to a free form vinyl pool, lavish landscaping and a fully finished basement. Dock space for $200.00 per year, regardless of size, no waiting list. web #65161 JOHN BRADY 631 294 4216


BARNES LANDING BEACH ACCESS | $1,325,000 Landscaped with gardens and a fruit orchard, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, the master bath has a steam shower, a sauna and a jacuzzi tub. Large formal dining room, living room with fireplace and skylight, eat in kitchen. Large deck off the rear of the home, a hot tub and outdoor shower. web # 44864 BRIGETTE BRANCONNIER 646 269 4859

WATER MILL SEVEN HEAVENLY ACRES | $3,600,000 Set off the beaten track, property borders a preserve with bridal paths for the horsey types. 5 bedrooms, 5 bath home with kitchen, open living dining area with fireplace, large master suite with additional room and enormous deck over looking the brick surround gunite pool. web # 65361 MAZ CROTTY 646 322 0223

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WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY | $3,100,000 Waterfront location with quick access to open water. With nearly 1.5 acres of privacy, this 3/4 bedroom home boasts 380 feet of waterfront, open floor plan, natural light and rooftop deck. Additional amenities include 40’ dock, outer buildings and new seaside garden. web # 44151 CHRISTOPHER COLLINS 631 204 7329

EAST HAMPTON SPECTACULAR HOME | $3,500,000 1 master up and 1 down has 4 more bedrooms, separate dining room, living room arena, pantry, laundry room, two staircases, closets galore, finished basement, office area and a two car attached garage. Lush landscaping surrounds a 20 x 40 pool and tennis. web # 55794 ALEX PICCIRILLO 516 313 1110 | SARA BUTLER 516 848 4485

AMAGANSETT BELL ESTATE AREA | $1,650,000 Located just a short distance from Gardiners Bay and Alberts Landing Beach in one of Amagansett’s most prestigious communities. Great room, sunroom and eat in kitchen. This 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home has a ground floor master suite overlooking the private backyard with heated pool. web # 57450 RICHARD LEVY 917 701 7118


SOUTHAMPTON SPECTACULAR WATERFRONT | $1,695,000 Spectacular views south across Shinnecock Bay to Meadow Lane. Has 90 feet of bulk heading with private sandy beach. Recently renovated, large master suite with sitting room and fireplace and 2 guest bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room with fireplace, formal dining room., CAC and generator. Room for a pool. Fema compliant. web # 57292 LAURA NIGRO 516 885 4509 | CARL NIGRO 631 404 8633

SOUTHAMPTON BAYFRONT TRADITIONAL | $2,695,000 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, plus full bath in pool house. Eat in kitchen, open floor plan, living room with fireplace, sunroom with fabulous sunsets, lower level features 1 bedroom with fireplace, full bath, walk out access, heated gunite pool, pool house, 2 outdoor showers, decking, boat dock. web # 35083 NANCY SKULNIK 631 356 3566

SAG HARBOR NORTH HAVEN TRADITIONAL | $1,227,000 This 4-bedroom, 2-bath traditional home sits on 3 quarters of an acre. The newer parts of the home have been designed by a professional architect to preserve the true flavor of Sag Harbor. Just a short drive-over-the-bridge away from Sag Harbor Village. web # 67070 JOHN BRADY 631 294 4216







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“Along with the New York Subway System, Hamptons Subway is the only underground transit system in the State of New York.”

The H amptons Subway Newsletter By DAn rAttIner

Week of November 29–December 5, 2013 Riders this past week: 8,941 Rider miles this past week: 83,565 DOWN IN THE TUBE An enormous number of celebrities were reported on Hamptons Subway this week. It’s sort of a record and we are very proud of our volunteer spotters. Matthew Broderick was on the subway heading to Amagansett from East Hampton. Mickey Drexler was on the subway from Water Mill to Bridgehampton. Martha Stewart was seen getting on the westbound subway at the rarely used Georgica Stop. Ed Burns was seen getting on in Sag Harbor heading for East Hampton. Katie Couric was seen heading west from Montauk toward Amagansett. Billy Joel was seen in Sag Harbor on his way to Noyac for spaghetti with clam sauce. Howard Stern was seen heading westbound toward Hampton Bays from Southampton. One of our locals who uses the subway told us that if he knew there would be so many celebrities on the subway this week he’d have dressed up.

NOT TRUE According to announcements made by famous government leaker Edward Snowden in Moscow, 1,206 American made nuclear bombs, which were supposed to have been destroyed in the disarmament agreement signed by the United States and the former Soviet Union in 1987, were not destroyed but were stockpiled in an underground storage room accessible from the subway tunnel between our Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor stops. And they are still there today. The U. S. Government denies this accusation. So does our commissioner, Bill Aspinall. HEALTH FOR OUR EMPLOYEES Hamptons Subway doesn’t provide health insurance for its employees. Since its founding, it has had a fully staffed doctor’s office right on the second floor of the main office on Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays, available 24 hours a day. This week we shut it down with the impending arrival of Obamacare. We hope they get that straightened out soon. Meanwhile our employees are being urged to eat healthy, exercise, go up and down stairs carefully, look both ways before crossing streets and avoid close contact with those who have colds. SUBWAY CAR TRAFFIC JAM As always, it’s possible to look down from Fort Hill at Montauk and see the Hamptons Subway yards where the trains go for maintenance at 2 a.m. every night. This past week, there were not 36 cars but 52. One of our assistant managers had mistakenly ordered an extra 16 cars from the Toronto Subway shipped here to handle the rush of subway traffic for folks coming out from New York City over the Thanksgiving Holiday. We only go from Montauk to Westhampton. We will not name this employee, but he’s been fired, and the trains sent back to Canada. His argument that Canadians don’t celebrate Thanksgiving as we do so didn’t need the extra cards was duly noted. COMMISSIONER ASPINALL’S MESSAGE First I would like to thank all those folks who voted for me last week in the election for Commissioner, which I won again. Since I, as Commissioner, was the one who counted all the votes, I know who you people are and will remember you. As for those who voted for one of the other three candidates, I know who you are too. My philosophy has always been “live and let live.” It’s America, and I join in for the holiday spirit. On another note, I want to thank all our subway customers. Not that there’s another subway in the Hamptons, but even so, we always strive to be the very best Hamptons Subway ever. And we hope you and yours have a nice Thanksgiving holiday dinner.

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Jettykoon Performs at Don’t Rock the Beach Jettykoon performed to benefit the Surfrider Foundation at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Saturday. Photographs by Daniel Gonzalez

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Dan Rattiner

Enough! County Might Change Configuration of Lanes for County Road 39


n 2010, a decision was made by the County of Suffolk to widen the most easterly portion of County Road 39 from the North Sea Road intersection to where the road ends at Hampton Road further to the east. When the time came in 2012 to stripe all the lanes, it was secretly decided to build a passing lane down the middle and then two lanes eastbound, but just one lane westbound. That would mean many more cars would head into the eastern villages of the Hamptons, but fewer would be going out, since, in fact, there’s no other direct way out. The work was completed in the spring of 2013. The idea behind all this, of course, was to help the economy. By that time, we were all mired in the fourth year of the Great Recession, and many stores were struggling to make ends meet. Particularly in East Hampton and Amagansett that year, as many as half the stores in the downtowns closed in the wintertime. Many merchants moved out altogether, leaving FOR RENT signs placed in the windows by the landlords. These were desperate times and these were desperate measures. It’s fair to say that the summer of 2013

proved the effectiveness of this lane decision. East of Hampton Road, there were almost constant traffic jams as the motorists jockeyed to make their way through Water Mill and Bridgehampton. Most of the stores rallied and rebounded. Not only was the summer of 2013 as good a year for the merchants as any in recent memory, but in some cases merchants were absolutely overwhelmed with customers lined up out the front doors. Parking in the lots in East Hampton and Amagansett was very difficult. Montauk was booming. I recall several times driving into downtown East Hampton to do a little shopping, only to drive around, fail to find a place to park, and then drive back home to my house on Three Mile Harbor Road to try another day. As a result of this overwhelming success, Suffolk County is this fall re-thinking the way this road will be striped for the upcoming year. They have held three meetings about this already and will soon decide whether to leave the two-lanes-in-and-one-lane-back-out situation for 2014, or change it so it’s one lane in and two lanes back out. The dramatic reversal of our fortunes in the summer of 2013 suggests that making the change could be like playing with fire. With

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two lanes heading back out, it could be the equivalent of having a plug pulled. The crowds of people who came to the eastern towns in the Hamptons in 2013 and who are still here, rattling around, unable to get out, might just rush out toward New York City in a thundering herd, emptying out the towns as quickly as the current situation got them jammed in. “It’s a very delicate business,” said one county legislator. “One thought we had was to do it only as a half measure—that is to say, leaving things as they are for the first half of the summer, but then reversing things for the last half. Trouble is that this could upset people quite a bit. First of all, we’d have to shut down the road to re-stripe the lines in the middle of the summer for two days. Second of all, motorists might get confused at the sudden change and be driving one way or another in the wrong lane. We’ve pretty much rejected that option.” The legislature expects to hold at least two and possibly three more meetings through to the end of this calendar year and then make a decision on which way to go, so to speak, sometime in January. This is a tough one. We wish County Legislator Jay Schneiderman and his cohorts all the best in making this difficult decision.




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he first of what will be six monthly readings of select essays entered in the Dan’s Papers $6,000 Literary Prize competition was held last Saturday evening in the living room of the Southampton Inn. The setting could not have been more appropriate for literary readings. There was a roaring fire. Canapés were served and there was a bar off to one side. About 30 guests sat on couches and easy chairs in anticipation of hearing the essays read aloud by their authors from a lectern adjacent to the grand piano in the room. Classical music attended the readings prior to arrival of guests at 5 p.m. and as they left at 7 p.m. As this writer, who emceed the event, commented to those attending, this was the sort of gathering that might have been held in the 18th or 19th century to enjoy the work of an accomplished artist, followed by food and wine and conversation. The literary competition has been held now for two summers, in 2012 and 2013, and will again begin in the spring of 2014. Writers contribute short works of nonfiction that reference the eastern end of Long Island in a meaningful way. About 400 people entered the event in the first year and a similar number entered in 2013. This first reading was certainly the keystone event of all the upcoming readings. It featured the winner of the 2012 competition, James K. Phillips, as well as the 2013 winner, Susan Duff, reading their works.

Phillips, a Shinnecock Indian, other. Her husband, a handsome read an expanded version of his man with a distinguished black winning essay, “Magic Shirts,” that beard, accompanied her to the had the audience spellbound. He reading and sat there proudly near is a competitive dancer at Indian the lectern, smiling and enjoying powwows around the country, and as she read, attended by a cane in the springtime, before the series nearby, which he seems to use only of these large gatherings begin, the part of the time. After she read women of the Shinnecock tribe, her essay, he stood to a round of create for him his native regalia applause. from leather, cloth, ribbons and The Dan’s Papers $6,000 Literary beads that they weave and sew by Prize for Nonfiction awards a $5,000 hand. Phillips, grateful for what they 2012 winner James K. Phillips first prize to the winner each year, do, considers their work magical, and as selected by a panel of judges. in appreciation wrote his essay describing Entries will be welcome for the 2014 prize at exactly how the work was done. His oldest beginning March sister accompanied him to the reading, and 1. Second and third place winners receive $500 at the cocktail party afterwards, my wife and each. Winners are announced at an event in I learned that her son, now in his 20s, is a bull late August at the John Drew Theater in East rider at rodeos and keeps horses and steers Hampton. Last year’s keynote speaker was E.L. out at the reservation here in Southampton to Doctorow; the keynote speaker in 2012 was Bob practice his craft. Caro. Duff, who wrote the winning essay in 2013, Major funding for the Dan’s Papers Literary “Moving Through Water,” is a resident of Prize for Nonfiction in 2013 was provided by Springs and wrote about her efforts to help Barnes & Noble. Major sponsors of the event her husband through a medical condition that were Hampton Jitney, the Destination America threatened to result in his being unable to cable channel, Bridgehampton National Bank walk. She attributes his remarkable recovery (BNB), the Southampton Inn, Ben Krupinski to the swimming they came to enjoy during his Builders and Southampton BMW, Audi, Mini rehabilitation, swimming that takes place on and Porsche. the narrow peninsula of Louse Point in Springs, The next event in the living room of the where it’s possible to swim in two bodies of Southampton Inn is scheduled for January 18 at water each day—Gardiner’s Bay and Accabonac the same time, 5 to 7 p.m. Guests are welcome Harbor—just a few dozen yards from each to come, free of charge. Richard Lewin

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Fame If Your Sculpture Doesn’t End Up in a Museum, Pay Them to Take It


t’s an established fact that the work of a poet or painter generally is worth more after they die. Especially if they die young. Just ask the English poets Byron, Keats or Shelley, who all died by the age of 36, or, more locally, Jackson Pollock, who died in a car accident in Springs when he was 44. The eastern end of Long Island is filled with struggling artists and writers who chug along, hoping against hope that this will not be their fate. Or that it will. What is to happen to the paintings or sculpture they create after they are gone? The very thought of them being taken to the dump or given away at a yard sale can frighten someone enough to think about walking in front of a truck in their early 30s. Usually, however, the self-preservation instinct reins this all in. Well, you can always give away what you’ve done to your children and friends, whether they like it or not. I can think of two cases involving people out here, however, where those who didn’t quite make it big have taken matters into their own hands.

Some people may recall a gift made to the town of East Hampton 10 or 15 years ago by the widow of a local sculptor, who asked only that a series of sculptures by the artist be displayed forever and ever on the property being donated. The sculptures would be there on display, and everybody is happy, except for other sculptors who did not have that happen to them. The other happened just last week. The will of a wealthy 84-year-old woman, a sculptor of little note, who died in Manhattan in April, was read, and in it was found instructions as follows: “The Trustee shall pay from the trust income and/or principal an amount up to TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000) per work of Artistic Property given to a gallery, museum, school, and/or other cultural institution, on the condition that such institution agrees to display and exhibit such work of Artistic Property on a regular basis.” Although the word gallery appears in the final will, it was amended later to eliminate the word gallery from the list. The artistic work consisted of 70 large sculptures she had made during her career and were, at her death last April, in storage at a facility in Long Island City. This startling offer was featured in articles in

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Fame (Continued from previous page) living in Manhattan. As she aged, she became more housebound. There was a woman, Joan Horsford, who had been her caretaker for years. She doted on her cat, Amy. She was a friendly lady that people liked. But she died in a fire in the bedroom of her apartment on April 17. The race is on. What constitutes “frequent basis?” What exactly is a “cultural institution?” And who decides exactly what “up to $10,000” is to be paid? Well that decision is overseen by the trustee of her estate, Herbert Nass. Obviously the Metropolitan Museum of Art is worth $10,000. But maybe the Bupkis Museum of Whirligigs and Sculpture in Podunk, Indiana is worth $50. It’s up to him, I suppose. “She wants the name Mary Lincoln Bonnell out there,” Herbert Nass, told the Post. “It keeps

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The General A History and Discussion of a Famous Chinese General’s Chicken By DAn rAttIner


ne of my favorite Chinese dishes is General Tso’s Chicken. There is a sticky, sweet red sauce that is slathered over pieces of chicken that is delicious. It goes great over rice. Many people I know like General Tso’s Chicken. Sometimes when I eat a food named after a person, I try to imagine that person. I’ve eaten General Tso’s Chicken for 40 years. I imagine in ancient times, more ancient than any western civilization times, General Tso arrives at his campfire after a battle and, when asked what he wants to eat, tells them “the usual,” and so they make him his chicken. I wonder whether he had invented this chicken dish. Perhaps when he was younger, just a colonel or before that a lieutenant, slashing his way through enemy forces, he was thinking about the campfire that he could retire to and, perhaps, this dish he’d cook up for the rest of his forces. He’d pass it around. Everyone’s all hot and sweaty. There’s hot tea. It wasn’t General Tso’s Chicken then, and I don’t even think it was Colonel Tso’s Chicken. It was probably just called, by his friends, Tso’s Chicken. And everyone happily slapped him on the back after they ate it. And then, when he became the general and he ruled over all the land, the news of his delicious chicken, General Tso’s Chicken, spread far and wide. He didn’t

have to cook it then. He was the General. His soldiers would cook it for him. His soldiers didn’t have much in those days, but they had his chicken. It was the least they could do. Well, these are just the things I think about when I eat this chicken. Thank you, sir. So then the other day, I did some research to find out just how close to the mark I was about this. Turns out, General Tso was a real person, though Tso was just a nickname. His real name was General Zuo Zongtang and he was born in 1812 and died in 1885. What was going on in China during those days? Well, they were interesting times. The Qing Dynasty was in power from before he was born until well after he died. They did things big time in China even then. The Qings took over in 1644. They lasted until 1912. It’s likely that Tso fought the British in the First Opium War in 1840 and helped the Chinese win. He would have been 28 at the time. Probably just a lieutenant. He would surely have been promoted to general by 1850, when the Qings had to put down the Taipei Rebellion. He would have been 38 when it started. It went on for nearly 14 years, till the Taipings were squashed. So General Tso was 51 when it was over. I would think he surely must have been making his chicken by that time. It’s the old story. To the victor goes the spoils. Thank you, General Tso. Cheers for the chicken and the General.

Sometimes when I eat a food named after a person, I try to imagine that person. I’ve eaten General Tso’s Chicken for 40 years... But now I also have learned that there are naysayers about this, that it is very possible that General Tso never made any chicken, had nothing to do with this chicken and hadn’t even known about this chicken. Isn’t it also true that Betsy Ross did not make that first flag? These things are hard to believe. In recent years, people have gone to Hunan Province to track down the legend of General Tso’s Chicken. I’m not kidding. They really did this. Check Wikipedia. They went to his hometown, Xiangyin, and they found that nobody eats General Tso’s chicken, or even heard of it there. They went to the capital of Hunan, Changsha, and it is the same story. They even interviewed descendants of General Tso— 1885, which is when he died, is not that long ago, after all—and not one of his descendants said they ever heard of General Tso’s Chicken, much less that it has filtered down through the family as something the great General invented. And they certainly didn’t eat it. (When having it (Cont’d on next page) cooked up and served


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Tso (Continued from previous page) He added sugar to a Chinese dish so non-Hunanese diners would like it, and named it after the famous 19th century General Tso. to them, they said it was too sweet.) These investigators, however, continued along their way, eating General Tso’s chicken as they went. Eventually people came up with two other stories about this chicken that I personally take as an absolute affront to the memory of this great general. One story—and a woman named Eileen YinFei Lo has written a cookbook that explains

this—suggests that the name comes not from General Zuo Zongtang, but to a phrase in Mandarin that means “ancestral meeting hall.” In that language, a phrase “zongtang” refers to such a place. Now, ancestral meeting hall it may be, but just guess who came in to cook it! Ha! Then there is this other story. Those believing this one say that General Tso’s Chicken is not Chinese at all! They claim it was created in New York City in 1977 by a chef named Peng Jia. This is outrageous! In this version, the proof is that there is no mention of General Tso’s chicken in China, that people in China still don’t eat General Tso’s chicken, and that what they really prefer is bland ancestral meeting hall chicken. The first credible mention of General Tso’s

chicken that they can find, anywhere, is in a New York Times article written in 1977 about this New York City restaurant chef Peng Jia. Peng Jia was born and raised in mainland China. He apprenticed to a famous early 20th century chef in China named Cao Jingchen. Then he became the banquet chef for General Chiang Kai-shek, who along with his armies was fighting a war against the Communists in China after World War II. General Chiang Kai-shek was actually the leader of China going into World War II. He led the country when it fought Japan in the 1930s. He backpedalled his troops before the overwhelming forces of the Japanese in the late 1930s and early 1940s, when Japan was allied with Nazi Germany.

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’tis the Season for east end Holiday traditions By KeLLy LAFFey


ith the holiday season upon us, the East End will soon be a blend of magic, wonder and cheer. Our villages and hamlets put on their holiday best, showing off before settling into their winter slumbers. Unique celebrations abound, providing ample opportunity for residents and visitors to create fantastical memories and yearly traditions. One of the newest additions to the East End holiday lineup is East Hampton’s Menorahcade on November 30, celebrating the village’s third annual public menorah lighting. A parade of cars topped with giant menorahs will drive from Chabad Lubavitch of the Hamptons to the menorah lighting in Herrick Park. Southampton has its own Parade of Lights each year, also falling on November 30 this season. A long line of decorated fire trucks begins at Windmill Lane and drives around the Village to Agawam Park for the annual Christmas tree lighting. A holiday party with Santa follows at the Southampton Cultural Center, where light refreshments are served. Southampton is transformed into a veritable winter wonderland as the season progresses, with a parade of small trees decorating Main Street and Jobs Lane. Southampton Country Holiday presents its annual “It’s a Wonderful Village” celebration from December 6–8. Enjoy a host of events throughout the village, including a three-day Christmas Marketplace at the Southampton Center. On December 7, children young and old can enjoy horse and buggy rides. Just up Hill Street, the annual windmill lighting at Stony Brook Southampton will occur on December 6. Also on November 30 is the annual lighting of the Montauk Lighthouse. The holiday celebration will include caroling and a visit from Santa. Clearly, St. Nick enjoys the holiday traditions on our narrow stretch of island. The celebrations continue the next day with Christmas at the Lighthouse. East Enders are invited to enjoy pony rides, hot cider and a “Ho! Ho! Ho!” from Santa. A rain date for the lighting is scheduled for December 7; and a rain date for Christmas at the Lighthouse is December 8. The lights will grace New York’s oldest lighthouse every night until New Year’s Day. Montauk Point on January 1 sees another tradition—the annual pilgrimage of Koreans and Korean-Americans to watch the first sunrise of the New Year. Korean culture calls for the first sunrise to be seen from the most eastern point possible, and Koreans from the New York metro area traditionally make the pre-dawn trip to Montauk Point to greet the sun and anticipate all that the New Year holds. On the North Fork, Greenport Village will host a tree lighting in Mitchell Park on November 29 at 5:30 p.m. Then, the Greenport Fire Department Christmas Parade will be on December 8 at 1 p.m. The weekend of December 15, Greenport will play host to another new tradition—Shellabration. This second annual event invites East Enders to keep it local by sampling and celebrating the freshly harvested Peconic Bay shellfish, paired with local wine. On December 7, Westhampton holds its annual Holiday WinterFest, with events around the village. Later that evening, Jews and

Christians celebrate the Sag Harbor also holds its holidays together at the annual windmill lighting on annual Christmas tree and Long Wharf on December menorah lighting on the 7. Santa will visit the Village Green. windmill the next day. East Hampton has its The annual Holiday Santa Parade on December Lighting of the Big Duck is 7 this year, and Santa will held the first Wednesday greet children after the after Thanksgiving each parade at the Huntting Inn. year, coincidently the same The 24th Annual Holiday day the of the nationally Tour of Inns, B&Bs and televised Rockefeller Center Special Places follows time to light the Big Duck! Christmas tree lighting. on December 14. Local Not that we’re biased, but properties, dolled up for the holidays, will be attending a duck lighting in person is a bit more open from noon until 4 p.m. quack-tastic and oh-so-Long Island.

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Fun on the Fly This Holiday Season By MAttHeW APFeL

The Obamacare launch has everyone talking— and much of the dialogue involves four-letter words that rhyme with “duck” and “spit.” Politics has no place in this column, but from a sheer technology perspective, it’s pretty amazing that the government spent many months and many millions to build a website that crashes with 2,000 users. Did they use an old Atari Space Invader game for their server?

Anyway, I’m not here to dump on Obamacare. There are plenty of pundits to do that. I’m here to talk about an incredibly POSITIVE government decision that has citizens jumping in the aisles—literally. This week the FAA finally relented and lifted its personal electronics ban on airplanes. Apparently, after much debate and testing, the government realized what most of us already suspected: the atmosphere is awash in a sea of microwaves and electronic airwaves, so a few more apps and videos don’t really make a difference to a sophisticated plane. It only took 50 years! In honor of this momentous occasion in our nation’s great and hallowed history, I present

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Flight Control This is one of my alltime favorites. It checks all the boxes for a great game: free to install, simple to use, and highly addictive. In the game, you are looking down at different terrains showing landing strips and airports. For example, one level takes place on an aircraft carrier; another is set in the Australian outback. A series of planes and helicopters enter the screen from various angles. Some are faster, some slower. Your objective is to use your finger to trace a correct flight path, lining up the aircraft and guiding them to the appropriate location. Seems simple enough, and it is, until more and more planes start crowding the airspace. The fun lies in sorting out patterns and reacting to changing aircraft and conditions. This was one of the first phone games I ever bought, and I still come back to it from time to time. X-Plane Airliner If Flight Control is the Cessna of airplane games, then X-Plane Airliner is the 747. Wow, is this a sophisticated app. It puts you inside the cockpit of almost every commercial airliner available, from the Boeing 737 up to the Airbus A380. Your mission is to successfully take off and land from multiple major airports, which is not easy to do. Once airborne, your phone becomes a virtual yoke; tilt up and down, left and right to maneuver the plane. The beauty of this game lies in its details and complexity. The approach and takeoff from LaGuardia and JFK are pretty darn close to the real thing. There are airports from Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami even Alaska. All of them feature different conditions and challenges. Then there are the planes themselves. Your cockpit has every major function right there, on your phone. Throttle, brakes, flaps, compass and things I’ve never heard of. Even the dashboard and dials are realistic. You can change views from cockpit to multiple exterior layouts, showing your plane flying upside down if you want. And yes, when you crash there’s a fairly spectacular fireball. Just make sure any nervous passengers aren’t looking over your shoulder. This is not the easiest game to play, and it’s not cheap. I paid $5.99 the iPhone version and the iPad game is $9.99. But if you’ve got the urge to fly, it’s worth the price.

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Feast Your Eyes on Turkey Trots, Sporting News By KeLLy LAFFey

Thanksgiving is here, and it’s hard to believe that just over a month ago, I comfortably jumped into the ocean. I think I got sick after that, but no regrets. For those of you who are dreaming of summer 2014 and all the potential outdoor fun it represents, help is on the way in the form of that most quintessential of Hamptons summer pastimes—tennis. Greg Bolitsky, professional tennis instructor, has joined the team at Sportime in Quogue, bringing high level, year-round lessons to the area with his Junior High Performance Tennis Program.

was named the most popular holiday for road racing. The previous frontrunner was July 4th. Luckily, the East End has both covered. Montauk and Mattituck invite East Enders to strut their stuff before feasting. (But if you miss it, the Old Whalers 5K is in Sag Harbor on Saturday, November 30.) Southampton has a Firecracker Run over 4th of July weekend. According to the study, 835,000 people participated in Turkey Trots in 2012, and the number is expected to increase to over 1 million this year. Will you be one of them? Join in Some Holiday Fitness Challenges The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s brings two holiday fitness challenges. The first, championed by Runner’s World, is

“The Streak.” It begs the question: Can you run every day between Thanksgiving and January 1? The answer: Yes. Even slowly jogging a mile will take a max of a half hour. Carve out a little time each day, and you’ll feel much better about grabbing that slice of pie. The second is Lululemon’s #NoHumbug challenge, which encourages people to “stay focused on what really matters (like love, laughter and eggnog)” throughout the holiday season. Each day brings a specific task to complete, but the general idea is to perform a random act of kindness. I think my coworkers will appreciate Dec. 4, which is apparently “Bring Treats to Work Day.” Spread the love this holiday season. No humbugs allowed.

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“There’s a misconception about how kids become players,” says Bolitsky, who’s the only USTA (United States Tennis Association) National Coach in a 50-mile radius. “It’s not about where you go, but more about the programs being offered.” All of his students are local kids who range in age from 8 years old to high school. In addition, Bolitsky will be offering a full range of tennis programs for kids of varying abilities that serve as feeder programs to the Junior High Performance Tennis Program. Bolitsky came to the East End this September as the new Director of Tennis at Sportime. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Bolitsky was a nationally ranked junior player, and he began his foray into coaching in 1988 at the Port Washington Tennis Academy (where alumni include John McEnroe). He went on to become the USTA National travel coach, traveling both nationally and internationally, before taking a position as the head pro at Flushing Meadows and then coaching with the ISA International Tennis Academy. In the summer, the area is “tennis central,” says Bolitsky. But he wants to make the highest level of the sport more accessible to local kids. “If you want to be serious about tennis, this is where you come.” thanksgiving Is named the no. 1 racing Holiday Turkey trots are number one! In a recent article posted on, Thanksgiving

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Eleven-year-olds all over Shelter Island are wondering: Is this the big year? Is this the year when I get moved to the big table for Thanksgiving? Still, regardless of the obvious public elevation through adulthood bestowed by this gesture, there’s something to be said for dining at the children’s table. When you’re at the children’s table, especially when you are one of the table elders, you have so much power over those around you that

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will be scooped up by a mother. Another child, like a seat-holder at the Oscars, will be quickly deposited in the empty chair to maintain the symmetry. Kicking, hitting, pinching, all manner of horrors happen under the little table while the occupants maintain innocent little faces. While the mothers fuss and fix and struggle to maintain the status quo at the children’s table, another group of women in the living room are coaxing, begging, threatening and bribing the men to rise from their chairs and ambulate to the adult table. The men will walk slowly and discuss seat locations on their way into the dining room, completely upsetting the seat assignments already negotiated by the women who are corralling them to the big table. As the men amble in, it’s easy to see from the children’s level whose fly is open, which is always a source of laughter for the children. The child who laughs the loudest is the one who gets grabbed by the arm. Not an ordinary grab, but a vice lock that stops all blood flow. Children look up in surprise that their sweet mother even has such a grip. And it is clear from her face that they had better stop laughing or she will snap that arm clean off. You kind of know when your turn is coming. Someone at the big table will suggest your promotion, there will be a brief discussion, and suddenly the chairs will part and the path to a chair at the big table will appear. It’s a moment that freezes in time. You turn and take one long last look at the children’s table. You see all the cute decorations and the clean clothes on the lowest-ranking members of the family. Some look at you with envy, but the child who will now be the ranking member of the children’s table regards your departure with a barely concealed glee. You can watch the corners of his mouth turn up as he begins to calculate, in his new stable of victims, who shall be the first to be stabbed in the leg with a fork or get a muffin in the face, as they sit there wearing homemade paper headbands with paper feathers. As you approach the grown-up table, you feel your status increase. Obviously people have noticed the sophistication with which you use a fork, your adeptness with a napkin, and your ability to skillfully pass a bowl of peas without spilling any. You made it to the adult table. And even though you are starting at the bottom again, you can envision yourself moving up slowly through the years to the head of the adult table. And from that lofty station, you can command the whole family.


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The Sky’s the Limit over Thanksgiving Celebrate Small Business Saturday on Weekend! November 30 LOnG ISLAnD: Happy thanksgiving—from space! eASt enD: east enders are encouraged to shop small for the fourth annual Small Business Saturday on november 30. Small Business Saturday was started in 2010 by American Express, encouraging shoppers to support local businesses. This year, a number of seasonal festivities fall on November 30 as well, giving shoppers another reason to head downtown to take part in celebratory, communityminded events. Get additional details on holiday happenings at

Top 10 Reasons to Eat Piping Plover, Not Turkey, on Thanksgiving 10. It’s no coincidence that “plovers” rhymes with “Stouffer’s.” 9. After spending the summer cordoned off from Hamptons beachgoers, they would welcome an invite to dinner. 8. Southampton billionaire Derwood Hodgegrass will recycle all plover feathers to create a line of luxurious coats. 7. Ben Franklin never proposed the piping plover as our national bird. 6. Small plates are all the rage. 5. Seventeen East End fireworks shows have already been cancelled for summer 2014. 4. They taste like chicken. 3. Old Man McGumbus is afraid that if turkeys become endangered, they’ll stop producing Wild Turkey Bourbon. 2. No piping plover has ever been pardoned by a president. No president has every heard a contrite “Pardon me for taking up your entire beach” from a piping plover. 1. They’re adorable. Don’t you just want to eat them up?

On Thanksgiving Day, November 28, Comet ISON will round the sun, and soon after it may be visible in the predawn sky. Closer to earth, however, Macy’s famed Thanksgiving Day parade balloons may be grounded due to high winds. And, in other celestial news, a possible UFO was spotted in the Patchogue sky over the weekend. ISON is called a sungrazing comet because of how close to the sun it will be when it passes through—just 730,000 miles away from the sun. “As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches, I am hoping many of you will take a moment to step outside and gaze up at the predawn sky,” Southampton High School astronomy teacher Ryan Munkwitz says in a school bulletin. “[ISON] left the Oort cloud at least a million years ago and is expected to make many headlines during December after finally reaching the Sun.” Munkwitz says the comet is expected to have “an incredible tail” if it survives its journey past the sun and it will be visible during predawn in December through January. Though, he acknowledges, “If it does not survive, it may break apart and fail to meet all the hype. “This is ISON’s first trip around the Sun, so it is pristine with elements from the early Solar System,” he continues. “Studying the gases that boil off will give us clues about the days when Earth was still being born...” Hopefully, the comet won’t be the only extraordinary object to grace our skies over the holiday. As of this writing, rumors are circulating that the balloons in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade may be grounded due to forecast of winds between 15 and 20 mph, with gusts between 30 and 40 mph. Safety regulations set in 1998 ground balloons if winds are over 23 mph with gusts of 34 mph. In other extraordinary space-age news, there was a possible UFO sighting over Long Island this past weekend. As reported on NBC New York, multiple witnesses reported seeing an object fall from the skies between Patchogue and Sayville on Monday. No evidence of a plane crash was reported. Police suspect that the phenomenon was a model rocket or a flare.

Matthew’s Wish Seeks Toy Donations HAMPtOn BAyS: Matthew’s Wish, a Hampton Bays–based charity formed in honor of Matthew McKinnon, is collecting toys, books and games to deliver to families and children that suffer from lifelong or terminal illnesses. McKinnon was a long-term patient at Cohen’s Children’s Hospital in New Hyde Park for over nine years. “[A few days after Matthew passed] I brought up a conversation that Matthew and I had when he was a patient at the children’s hospital,” says Annemarie Allen, Matthew’s mom. “He had said how he wanted to surprise all of the other kids by loading an 18-wheeler full of the ‘cool toys’ and delivering them to the hospital...knowing that is the only wish I could still grant for him, I knew I had to do it.” Since the toy drive started in 2011, the organization has donated to Cohen’s as well as to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island and several families through the Stony Brook Outreach Program. “Last year, we were able to duplicate what we had done the year before, as well as to donate toys to communities that had been impacted by Hurricane Sandy,” Donations of any new, unwrapped toys appropriate for infants to late teens are welcome. East End drop-off locations include Apple Bank in Sag Harbor; Gigi Kids in Hampton Bays; and Essential Chiropractic in Westhampton Beach. Visit the Matthew’s Wish Facebook page for additional upisland drop-off locations. “Matthew was always known in our family as ‘Mr. Christmas,’” says Allen. “Seeing how his vision has helped so many people will continue to keep his memory alive.”

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SAG HArBOr: the premature november chill has set the stage for a frozen east end winter and a hot summer at Bay Street theatre. New Bay Street Artistic Director Scott Schwartz has already announced the start of his plans to reinvigorate the theater. The summer 2014 Mainstage Season kicks off with the world premiere of Conviction, a modern drama by Carey Crim. The show, directed by Schwartz, details the life of Tom Hodges, a beloved teacher, husband, father and neighbor whose student accuses him of crossing the line. This new family drama digs beneath the surface of a happy suburban existence to explore the damage done when seeds of mistrust are planted, asking the question, “How can we live with conviction when some questions cannot be answered?” The Maintage Season continues with an American classic, The Little Foxes. Lillian Hellman’s treasured play tells the story of the Hubbard family in Alabama circa 1900. They scheme, connive and campaign for control of the family business and fortune. The play is a delicious portrait of siblings who will do anything to get what they want. The play is also a prescient exploration of the effect of greed on American society, and it rings as true today as it did when originally produced in 1939. The third show of the Mainstage Season will be a musical that will be announced soon. Who do you think should star in Bay Street’s shows next summer? Tell us at

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Hot Pockets CD Release Party at Stephen Talkhouse MonkMusic's latest release, Hot Pockets' new CD, StarClub, rocked the house in Amagansett Saturday night. Photographs by Daniel Gonzalez

3. 1.

1. Hot Pockets co-founder and lead singer, guitarist and keyboard player Christopher Walsh 2. Hot Pockets drummer Sean Rafferty 3. Hot Pockets bass player Michael LeClerc


People Say NY Open Mic at the Water Mill Shoppes Comedy, art and music hit the stage above the former Citarella in Water Mill Saturday night. Photographs by Daniel Gonzalez

Zuzia Wiercork and Megan Miller of Southampton's Salted Fig People Say NY Open Mic manager Cait Godfrey with DJ Twilo and David Rey Martine Artist Alexandria Lira from Southampton and Brooklyn displayed her work

Teddy Bear Tea Party in Southampton The First Presbyterian Church of Southampton hosted an afternoon of refreshments, games, music and stories for the kids and their teddy bears. Photographs by Tom Kochie

cap Aidan Judd and friend

Mimi Finger reads from The Lonely Doll

Rosalie Judd with Cutie and Hearty


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Drink in the whole North Fork!

So much to see and do this weekend!



rom the outside, Riverhead’s Jerry & the Mermaid looks like a typical seaside bar/grill. We went inside fully expecting to have a decent cheeseburger and French fries, but, like the mythical mermaid, looks proved to be deceiving in the best way. The decor is nautically themed, and a television behind the bar and above the dining room mean customers can catch the game no matter where they sit. During the warmer months, there’s also seating on the heated patio. Hotel guests at the adjacent Hyatt can get takeout or delivery to their rooms. Owned by executive chef Jerry Dicecco, Jerry & the Mermaid is a storied North Fork gem, with delectable dishes for everyone. Jerry & the Mermaid’s extensive appetizer offerings are both sophisticated and varied. The yellowfin tuna tartare is not to be missed. The tartare is prepared with micro spinach from Satur Farms in Cutchogue, wasabi, aioli reduction and almonds, as well as sweet potato chips made in-house for scooping up the fresh and flavorful dish. Next, we tried The Mermaid Salad, with calamari and scungilli, olives, celery and red onion over mixed greens. Squeeze on some charred lemon to complete this sharp salad. On certain nights, as a special, the salad comes with Spanish octopus. When it comes to shellfish, every item on the menu is preceded by the word “local.” The steamers are dug at Mt. Sinai and the muscles come from Shinnecock Bay. Local scallops had just come into season.

NORTH FORK For more events happening this week, check out:

Clams casino, with mushroom, bacon, caramelized onions and thyme, makes a great start to any meal. Alternatively—or perhaps in addition, depending on appetite—the wild-caught oysters Rockefeller, with caramelized onion, chopped spinach, oyster liquor and béchamel, come four to a plate and are rich and saucy. Then there’s the soup. According to Dicecco, the most popular soup on the menu is seafood bisque, which has an unparalleled creamy taste. But Dicecco’s personal favorite is the New England clam chowder. It’s clear why—every bite of potato and clam shares the flavor of the bacon. Our final appetizer before the main course was a real treat. Jerry’s Famous Buffalo Wings took Gold honors in the 2013 Dan’s Best of the Best, North Fork. The wings, which are more dry than saucy, balance heat with BBQ sweetness. There are entrees for seafood lovers and also a “Far From the Dock” selection. For a seafood dish, which is served with a choice of starch, vegetable fricassee and side salad, diners can’t go wrong with the pignolicrusted grouper. The crust gives the tender and mild fish a little texture and crunch and the beurre blanc lends a subtle buttery flavor. Rice pilaf with mushrooms and caramelized Bermuda onions on the side are a perfect pairing. For landlubbers, the black angus Gorgonzola ribeye with Jerry’s own marinade can’t be beat. The marinade draws out the natural flavor of the beef–which is unbelievable. We were both stuffed after those two excellent entrees, but it’s very hard to resist dessert. Jerry & the Mermaid’s signature dessert is vanilla ice THuRSDAy, NOVEmbER 28 HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

FRIDAy, NOVEmbER 29 COUNTRY PARLOR HOLIDAY CRAFT & GIFT SHOW 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Also 11/30. Holiday show of fine folk artists and craftspeople in the historic Naugles Barn at Hallockville. 6038 Sound Ave., Riverhead. 631-298-5292

Arts & Galleries Listings pg. 40, Calendar pg. 44, Kids’ Calendar pg. 45

LIVE MUSIC AT TWEED’S 7–10 p.m. Various artists on Friday Nights. 17 East Main Street, Riverhead. 631-208-3151

SATuRDAy, NOVEmbER 30 SPARKLING SATURDAYS AT WATERS CREST WINERY 11 a.m. Taste Waters Crest’s Sparkling Wine in their tasting room. 22355 County Road 48, Cutchogue. 631-734-5058 BLACK FRIDAY CONCERT AT MARTHA CLARA 7–9 p.m. $20 in advance/$25 at the door. Tribute concert to Johnny Cash featuring cover band Walking the Line. 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-298-0075 LIVE MUSIC EVERY SATURDAY AT LENZ WINERY 2–5 p.m. Also on Sundays. The Lenz Winery, 38355 Main Road (Route 25), Peconic. 631-734-6010

Where the North Fork ends and delicious begins.

LIVE MUSIC AT LIEB CELLARS OREGON ROAD 2–6 p.m. Rain or shine. Open every day from 12–7. 13050 Oregon Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-1942

Delicious. Fresh. Local. A raw bar that boasts several varieties of oysters shucked-to-order. Diners, expect a wonderful experience.




Newsday 2013: Top Ten Best Seafood Restaurants on Long Island

VINES AND CANINES EDUCATIONAL WALK 10–11:30 a.m. Bring your dog down for an educational walk through the vineyard. A donation of a nonperishable dog or cat food item is required and will be donated to local shelters. Martha Clara Vineyard, 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-298-0075

Brendan J. O’Reilly

Review: Jerry and the Mermaid

The Yellowfin Tuna Tartare

cream in a crepe with—the best part—hot fudge. It’s like a deconstructed ice cream cone. For a real treat, get the apple tart. Because this takes some time to prepare, order 15 minutes ahead of finishing dinner. Dicecco is Johnson & Wales-trained and has experience working in Italy. His father, the first “Jerry,” founded the restaurant 20 years ago and has retired. It’s clear that he left the place in good hands. We were curious about who the “Mermaid” in the restaurant’s name was supposed to be. Dicecco smiled and explained that his late mother was the “original” mermaid, but that his newborn daughter now holds the title. Jerry & the Mermaid, 469 East Main Street, Riverhead, 631-727-8489.


Country Parlor Holiday Craft Show 9 a.m.–3 p.m. (see below) HALLOCKVILLE FARM TOURS Noon–4 p.m. Visitors can tour the museum’s buildings, gardens and collections. $7 for adults/$5 for children or seniors. Through December. 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-298-5292 LIVE MUSIC AT RAPHAEL VINEYARD AND WINERY 1–4 p.m. 39390 Route. 25, Peconic. 631-765-1100

WEDNESDAy, DECEmbER 4 GIRLS NIGHT OUT AT COOPERAGE INN 3:30–10 p.m. Enjoy $5 appetizers and cosmos, $15 full dinner menu and more specials. Every Wednesday, 2218 Sound Avenue, Calverton. 631-727-8994 LADIES NIGHT & KARAOKE AT THE ALL STAR 8–11 p.m. $5 Ladies bowling and drink specials. 7 p.m., Karaoke at the Stadium. 96 Main Road, Riverhead. 631-998-3565

SATuRDAy, DECEmbER 7 GREENPORT SHELLABRATION Noon–5 p.m. A restaurant walk offering the best culinary offerings by Greenport’s leading chefs. Savory dishes using freshly harvested local shellfish and seafood paired with wines from surrounding vineyards. For more information about participating restaurants and vineyards. For more events and to list your event online, go to Events submitted by noon Friday to the online calendar will be considered for the print calendar.


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Stevenson’s has Rainbow Looms, the latest Lego’s and great gifts for adults too! Ping-pong and foosball tables! Snow globes, Christmas candle pyramids, and needlepoint accessories! Free wrapping! Stevenson’s 69 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.283.2111

Jill lynn & comPany Exquisite One-of-a-kind Ring Designed by Jill Lynn features a 2.40 ct. Emerald Cut Bi-Color Tourmaline set in a 14k white gold mounting with .51 ct of Diamonds. Join Us for our Annual Holiday Shopping Event Sat., Nov 30th, 4 - 7 pm. Store Wide Sale, Goodie Bag with every purchase. Refreshments will be served. Jill Lynn & Company 81 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.287.1001 |

souThamPTon inn On November 30, enjoy afternoon high tea of savories and a tea selection served fireside, in our library, 3 to 4:30 p.m. before the tree lighting at Agawam Park. Book now for our New year’s Eve party and overnight guest room package. For the ultimate gift, give a night(s) At The Inn… open year round. Southampton Inn 91 Hill Street, Southampton 631.283.6500 |

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Besim’s cigars The only Tobacconist in the Hamptons where you can sit down, relax, and enjoy a cigar. Located next to the Tuscan House Restaurant and across from Agawam Park Tampa Fuego Python Snakeskin Cigar Holder, Price $275.00 Tampa ampa Fuego cigar holders are new to the cigar industry and come in assorted skins and leather finishes. Made of only the best materials, these holders will make a great stocking stuffer. Besim’s Fine Cigars 99 Jobs Lane, Southampton | 631.287.9230

Tamara comolli fine Jewelry The perfect holiday gift, our new gypsies pendents! Available in sterling silver or rose-gold plated bronze, beautiful hearts, butterflies, flowers and peach signs... CASUAL FUN AND VERy TC! CASUAL, Price from $150 - $480. Tamara Comolli Fine Jewelry 27 Main Street, Southampton 631.283.7600


little lucy’s

Dazzelle The specialty boutique features a fun and elegant collection of evening wear. The collection is perfect for weddings as well as those nights on the town. Dazzelle also carries a full line of Barbour for men and women. Located at 47 jobs lane, Dazzelle has warm coats sweaters and jeans always ready. Open year round. DAZZELLE 47 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.283.8477

Little Lucy’s carries a variety of extraordinary gifts for the most passionate dog enthusiast. Plus, a wide assortment of stylish dog apparel, fun accessories, unique toys & all natural locally made biscuits! Stop by, meet Little Lucy and enjoy complimentary holiday treats for you & your pet. LIttle Lucy’s Canine Couture Boutique 91 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.287.2352 | www. ‘Little Lucy & Santa’

MaDe-to-MatcH H Jewelry by Jennier brown Hand-crafted Murano glass and gemstone pieces are designed to match your favorite outfits. Perfect for the holidays, weddings and special occasions. Sparkling agate geode jewelry in great colors! Moonlight Silver, Olympic Gold, Blackout Blue, Snowcone White, Peacock Feather, Rock-It-Red. Plus great holiday gift deals! Available at Jill Lynn & Company 81 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.287.1001

Driver’s seat The Drivers Seat Restaurant a Southampton Tradition – Seafood, steaks, salads, American favorites and International Specialties! Breakfast Lunch and Dinner. Best of the Best awarded from Dan’s Papers! Daily Specials, Happy Hour Specials Gift Cards available! Driver’s Seat 62 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.283.6606

Donovan Design / HoliDay stuDio ligHting sale

gigi new york Our Ryder Hobo is the perfect silhouette for any outfit that lets you go from day to night. This classic piece is made from Natural American haircalf. Each bag in this collection is oneof-a-kind. We also offer haircalf bags in other styles and colors. Prices for the Ryder range from $495.00 to $550.00 You can find Ryder and other great leather accessories at our GiGi New York Southampton location. GiGi New York 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton 631.287.0707

Donovan Design, Southampton. Creating extraordinary handmade lighting since 1990. In the collection of the Whitney Museum, NYC and The Art Institute of Chicago. We cordially invite you to our Holiday Studio Sale, now through December 22nd. 30% to 60% Off Select Lighting and Lamps. By Appointment. Donovan Design Call 631.283.8175

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Dainty Girls BCBG Generation Sweater Dress $118 Versatile and flattering. Round Neck, Long Sleeved. Multi-knit. Blocked Details at Sides. TOMS Desert Wedge Block Suede $89 Closed-Toe Wedge, Fashioned with Soft Suede.

The Madison Scarf $45 Heather Block Hardtail Red Frolic Tee $60 Hardtail, Low-Rise Ankle Yoga Legging. Nepalese Inspired Trim. Moccasin WhipStitching and Fleece Lining

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ski-set laDies Nottingham Heather Gray with Cable Knit Sleeve Panel Accents $70 Infinity Handmade Scarf made by Kids Crochet $47.95 High Waisted Dark Denim by Blank NYC $78 Northface Thermoball Full Zip Block- Designed to provide you with stellar warmth without the bulk $199 Women’s Bailey Button Grey

Turtle Fur Nepal Artisan Made Hand Knit $33.99 Boys Snowlander Lace WP $85 Waterproof and Thermal Protection Northface B Free Course Tri Pant. Waterproof, breathable, fully seam-sealed shell pants lined with removable glacier fleece. Northface tri-climate Jake Blue $150

action PackeD Groms Predator DH6 Helmet, Seismic Tekton Bearings Cult Cerebrum Wheels, WeFunk Stealth Division Trucks, Caliber trucks (Many colors available in store), Loaded Advanced Freeride Gloves, Paris Skate Tool, RVCA Boys Trucker Hat $24, Reef Slap II Kids Flip Flops $28.95, O’Neill Orion Board Shorts $57.99, Dakine Rashguard UV Protection in textile $29.99 Flying Point Surf & Sport 69 Main St / 79 Main St Southampton, New York 631.287.0075 / 631.353.3168

FP Surf Boutique in the Harbor 36 Main Street Sag Harbor, New York 631.899.4511

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Citarelli’s is a combined deli and market. We don’t just make sandwiches and heroes we build them. In addition to a full deli area with homemade salads, we have a complete meat and produce area. We carry a full line of gourmet pies, cookies and cakes as well as our homemade marinara sauce and fresh pasta. Let us cater your next affair big or small. We are open 7 days a week Sunday through Thursday 5am-10pm and Friday and Saturday 5am - 11pm. Gift certificates available. 495 Main Street, Eastport | 631.325.2105

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Eastport’s Little Secret is a gift shop offering high quality women’s accessories and jewelry as well as other unique gift items to customers throughout the east end of Long Island. Carrying top brands such as Chamilia, Vera Bradley, Lindsay Phillips, and Alex and Ani. Great gift ideas such as sterling silver & costume jewelry, wedding & baby gifts, kids toys, such as Elf on a Shelf, soy bean candles and bath & body products.

House to Home is a full furniture, home design, accessory & gift shop. We specialize in cottage chic, coastal inspired & transitional items. Our assortment includes quality home furnishings for every room, luxury bedding, home fragrance & lighting.

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Krieg’s Bakery, familyowned and operated in Hampton Bays since 1985, offers German delicacies. Our mom’s family lived in Hampton Bays since 1943. We specialize in cookies, cakes, danishes, donuts, pies, breads and German Stoller – fresh from our kitchen. Let us bring the best to your table this holiday. Thank you for your support. 39 W Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays ❘

Please come visit Hampton Exquisite Nails for great holiday gift certificates or some pampering for yourself. We offer shellac or gel manicures for $30. Our services include spa pedicures, acrylic or silk wraps, waxing and nail designs. Welcome walk-ins. Get ready to enjoy what our store has to offer, especially getting ready for your holiday parties, or just treating yourself to a relaxing experience at our facility. 274 West Montauk Hwy Hampton Bays ❘ 631.728.1800

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sKidmorEs sports and stylEs Come to Skidmore’s Sports & Styles for Great Holiday Gift Ideas. We have sleds, hockey & figure skates (all skates we sell are pre-sharpened free of charge!) We have snow pants for men, women & children, winter boots, hats, gloves, socks & Crocs. Lacrosse & baseball equipment including the new BBCOR certified bats for school baseball teams of all levels. Come visit us at 9 East Montauk Hwy. Open 7 days 631.728.0066

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Jimmy’s Come get your fashion fix at Jimmy’s, a luxurious emporium located in Westhampton Beach. Our motto at Jimmy’s is “Fashion changes, Style remains the same!!!” We are entirely dedicated to luxury fashion: Women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, bags and shoes. For the fashion set, we will entice your desires for a fabulous piece of clothing. Open Thanksgiving Weekend: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10-5. 167 Main Street, Westhampton Beach, 631.288.7000

When the gift is a matter of good taste, you can always rely on a Gurney’s Inn gift card to deliver your message. A Gurney’s gift card may be used for room reservations or to purchase goods and services at Gurney’s restaurants and Seawater Spa.

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What’s old is new, starring the best of the East End

Openings, closings see and be seen.

Upright Citizens Take Bay Street Nov. 30!


n Saturday, November 30, iconic comedy troupe The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) performs at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. One of the pioneering improv companies, UCB has given rise to such comedy luminaries as Amy Poehler and Ed Helms. Their touring group, UCBTourCo, makes its way around the country with a talented cast of comedians. Brandon Scott, a TourCo member who will be performing at Bay Street, offered some insight into the troupe and what the audience can expect. “Almost [all of us] start by taking classes here at the UCB,” Scott says. “You sort of work your way up through the levels, and then there’s a certain level in which you’re eligible to audition for the company.” Students at the Upright Citizens Brigade Improvisational and Sketch Comedy Training Center start with “Improv 101” and work their way up through the carefully planned sequential curriculum. Rather than learning how to perform short form improvisation—the type of improv you’ll find on Whose Line Is It Anyway?—students learn long form improv, which is more complex but also extremely fun for both the audience and the performers. Focusing on a structure called the “Harold,” the comedy often begins with a suggestion or topic and spirals from there, creating a unique evening for the audience. “More often than not, [audiences have] seen short form improv,” Scott explains. “So what you see is, we’ll take a suggestion or interview an audience

there’s also people who have member and ask them to be to be at least 70. I remember a truthful and honest. We use time I looked into the audience that as inspiration to create and saw a 12-year-old!” full scenes. We’re making it up Scott, originally from off the top of our heads. It’s Maryland, enjoys performing sort of similar to a live play, in the Hamptons. “I was out but there are rules we follow there a few years ago. I’m to guide us.” Scott also notes, excited to come back. When “100% of the show is unique to I was out there last, I loved it. the night we’re performing it. I’m originally from just north You’re going to see something of Baltimore. I moved [to unpredictable. Don’t try to talk The cast of Upright Citizens Brigade Manhattan] when I was 18 to about the show to your friends, study drama, and after doing that I got involved in because it’s never going to be quite the same.” Scott says that audiences often provide great ideas the UCB.” The TourCo has a large body of performers; and topics, sometimes unwittingly. “We used to ask Scott didn’t perform with the troupe at Guild Hall people to come [onstage] and say their worst day, over the summer, noting that the changing casts which is usually funny, and sometimes people are often makes for an interesting show. “When I started, very honest,” Scott says. “We’ve also had people who I was a bit younger than a lot of the other people; now share that they have lost someone or something like I tour with people I’ve studied with and with some that, but we find ways to keep going. We’ve had those people I’ve coached. It’s a nice, healthy grab bag.” So, what’s the one thing audiences should know people come up to us afterward and say how fun it was.” Of course, not every idea’s a gem. “Sometimes about the show at Bay Street Theatre? Scott doesn’t you’ll ask the audience for a suggestion and get have to think long for an answer. “They’re going to ‘poop’ or ‘fart,’” Scott laughs. “We’re trained to turn it get a show that has never been done before and will into something funny. As comedians we’re supposed never be done again. It’s just for them. That’s the to take what we’re getting and give it a unique voice.” main thing. It’s UCB, so everything goes!” The UCB’s audience often varies. “My Saturday The Upright Citizens Brigade at Bay Street Theatre, night show [in Manhattan] is a 10:30 p.m. show and is mostly 20-somethings or 30-somethings, so we get Saturday, November 30 at 8 p.m. For tickets and more the typical ‘good time’ crowd,” says Scott. “And then information, call 631-725-9500 or go to Courtesy UCB

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This Just in: Everything Old—New! By lee meyer

November is sweeps month on TV, which means every show pulls out all the stops to bring the drama, surprises and fun. Fans of Revenge got a great sweeps surprise during the primetime soap’s November 17 episode, when Lydia, who was presumed dead in a plane crash at the end of the first season finale, returned to get her own revenge on the Hamptonites who wronged her. Amber Valletta gives a wonderfully campy performance as the scheming seductress and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for her character (who appears to have an infinite amount of lives). The episode also featured the “East Montauk Farmer’s Market,” complete with the “Shelton Dairy Farm.” Let me know if you’ve heard of either of those. Hamptons resident Alec Baldwin’s November felt like a real-life sweeps event. After he testified against his alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, the Canadian actress was found guilty and sentenced to seven months in prison. But the drama didn’t end there for Baldwin, who was suspended from his MSNBC series Up Late With Alec Baldwin after supposedly hurling anti-gay slurs at paparazzi when they wouldn’t leave his family alone. Though Baldwin insisted he didn’t mean his words as hate speech, he apologized to anyone he offended and reasserted his support of the gay community, despite criticism from gay media advocacy group GLAAD. It was later confirmed by MSNBC and a spokesman for Baldwin that Up Late won’t return. Here’s hoping Baldwin and his family can have a peaceful holiday with baby Carmen.



apocalypse. Don’t worry, though; it’s pure popcorn cinema and makes for a great date movie. Thor: The Dark World also stars scene-stealer Tom Hiddleston as Thor’s black sheep brother Loki, Sir Anthony Hopkins as their father Odin and Rene Russo as their mother, Friga, who gets much more to do than in the first film, where her role was little more than a cameo. Hamptonite Matt Lauer spoke with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford last week about the mayor’s admitted use of crack cocaine while on a drunken bender. Ford appeared to be quite defensive toward Lauer, who questioned why voters would still want him in office. Lauer was also sporting his still-developing beard, which he pledged to grow as part of “Movember,” a yearly movement to help raise awareness for men’s health issues. In an exciting bit of theater news, North Fork teen Ella Watts-Gorman has been cast as Louisa in

NBC’s upcoming live telecast of The Sound of Music. The television event, which airs on December 5 at 8 p.m., features an all-star TV/Broadway cast, with country pop star Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp, Stephen Moyer as Captain von Trapp, Audra McDonald as Mother Abbess, Laura Benanti as Elsa Schrader and Christian Borle as Max Detweiler. For the uninitiated, The Sound of Music made an icon out of Sag Harbor’s Julie Andrews. Finally, news anchor and Hamptonite Katie Couric will be leaving ABC in 2014 to join Yahoo News as a global anchor. Couric is expected to become “the face” of the Yahoo News network. But she will continue to host her syndicated talk show, so you can still look forward to her after General Hospital. That’s all for this month, folks. As the von Trapp family singers would say, “so long, farewell”—but I’ll see you in December!

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After months of speculation, production company Prospect Park has confirmed that All My Children, the canceled ABC soap that had been revived for Hulu earlier this year, will not be returning. The news will no doubt disappoint fans of Long Island fave Susan Lucci, who didn’t appear in the show’s Hulu run but hadn’t ruled out a future return to her legendary role of Erica Kane. Lucci can currently be seen on Lifetime’s Devious Maids, which was renewed for a second season, to debut in 2014. Interestingly, Devious Maids had another All My Children/Hamptons connection in Paula Garces, who played ill-fated maid Flora. Garces appeared in the All My Children reboot as FBI agent Lea Marquez. Garces, who recently announced that she’s pregnant, also co-starred in The Maid’s Room, a Hamptons-set thriller that was featured in October’s Hamptons International Film Festival. East End regular Natalie Portman reprised her role as beautiful science whiz Jane Foster in Thor: The Dark World, which surpassed the original Thor’s box office sales within its first two weeks. The film reunites Portman with co-star Chris Hemsworth as the titular demigod in a high fantasy adventure to stop worlds from colliding and causing a universal


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ART EVENTS For more events happening this week, check out: North Fork Calendar pg. 37, Calendar pg. 44, Kids’ Calendar pg. 45

OPenings and eVents ARTWALK HAMPTONS THANKSGIVING AT LAWRENCE FINE ART 11/28, 1 p.m. Kathy Zeiger will lead the walk to survey the new work at East Hampton’s many galleries starting at Lawrence Fine Art. Located in the alleyway around the corner from Scoop Du Jour. Free. 917-239-0493 TRAY JOLIE–AN EXHIBIT AND AUCTION OF TRAY ART BY EAST END ARTISTS The Quogue Library Art Gallery Committee has invited artists who have exhibited in its gallery in the past to create a piece of art using identical square trays. Artists include Ellen Ball, Peter Beston, Lucinda Morrissey and more. 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Light refreshments and auction on 11/29. Quogue Library, 90 Quogue Street, Quogue. IT’S A CHILD’S WORLD: EXHIBITION OF ANTIQUE DOLLS AND TOYS 11/30, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. How Christmas was celebrated in the 19th and early-20th centuries, focusing this year on a Christmas village and antique ornaments. Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-6850 9TH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING COLLECTIVE: THE WORLDS WE CREATE AT TRIPOLI GALLERY 11/30, 6–8 p.m. Tripoli Patterson presents works by Melanie Moczarski, Aakash Nihalani and Nick Weber. Annual show introduces new artists to the gallery, presenting Jonathan Beer’s work for the first time. On view through 1/20. 30 Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-377-3715

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OngOing FROM NEW YORK TO SOUTHAMPTON Daily through 11/30. Art show by two artists that attended the School of Visual Art in the NYC 2013 Summer Residency Program. Coming from opposite sides of the globe (Maria Fragoudaki from Greece and Matt Moffett from Oklahoma), the two come together to present at the 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton. 1 North Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-2495 VERED GALLERY: COLLECTORS CHOICE An impressive collection of paintings by Contemporary and Modernist artists, along with screenings of Modernist and Surreal films from the 1920s and 1930s. 68 Park Place, East Hampton. On view through 12/1. 631-324-3303 ALTERATIONS EXHIBIT GALLERY TALK A new exhibit featuring award-winning photographers Carolyn Conrad and Sandi Daniel through 12/15. The exhibit showcases their methods, steps and mediums for the abstraction and the transformation of natural scenes. Alex Ferrone Gallery, 25425 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-734-8545 ANN MADONIA FINE ART AND ANTIQUES Dinah Maxwell Smith has been widely exhibited in and around New York. Her works are represented in the permanent collections of the Bridgeport Museum of Art and Chemical Bank, and Laurence Rockefeller Collection. Through 12/15. Ann Madonia Fine Art and Antiques, 36 Jobs Lane, Southampton. 631-283-1878 LANDSCAPE SELECTIONS FROM THE GUILD HALL PERMANENT COLLECTION Through 1/5. This exhibition features 27 works of art by 20th century artists from Guild Hall Museum’s Permanent Collection. Each artist has chosen a different perspective on the landscape, both real and imaginary. Artists include Joan Baren, Robert Dash, Hans Kline, Hayden Stubbing and more. $7 suggested admission. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806


9th Annual Thanksgiving Collective (See below) CHRISTA MAIWALD: SHORT STORIES AND OTHER EMBROIDERIES Through 1/5. Winner of the 73rd Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition (2011). Images embroidered on bedspreads, pillows embroidery loops lampshades, chair seats and framed. Maiwald is an East Hampton resident for 30 years. The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue. $7 suggested admission. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 TRACING MORAN’S ROMANTICISM & SYMBOLISM Through 1/5. A collection-in-context presentation intended to increase awareness of the sources of inspiration that influenced landscape artist Thomas Moran. Selections include references to the artist’s interests in the Civil War, literature, poetry, mythology, scenic glories of the Western Territories, as well as the unspoiled countryside at a time of rapid industrialization. $7 suggested admission. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 ARTISTS CHOOSE ARTISTS AT PARRISH ART MUSEUM Through 1/14. Ongoing, juried exhibition that celebrates artists on the East End. Jurors are: Laurie Anderson, Judith Hudson, Mel Kendrick, David Salle, Ned Smyth, Keith Sonnier and Robert Wilson. Artists include Elizabeth Dow, Elise Ansel, Koichiro Kurita, Ezra Thompson and more. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118

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Movies... OLDBOY Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen and Samuel L. Jackson star in Oldboy, directed by Spike Lee. In a change of pace for Lee, this film is in the mold of an actionthriller, with the characteristic themes of injustice and eventual revenge. Brolin plays an advertising executive who’s kidnapped in 1993 and held in solitary confinement for 20 years before being released. Both his kidnapping and release seem to lack any rhyme or reason. But now, as a free man, he’s determined to get answers. The movie is based on a Japanese comic, or manga, but differs in several important aspects from its source: fans of the comic will surely feel betrayed by the changes—the rest of us won’t know the difference. HOMEFRONT Hollywood likes to portray quaint small-town USA as idyllic—clean, God-fearing, the way life ought to be—while painting the cities as crime-ridden and festering. So it comes as a breath of fresh air when a more realistic view makes it onto the screen. In Homefront, ex-DEA agent Phil Broker (Jason Statham) moves with his young daughter (Izabela Vidovic) to a picturesque little town to try to rebuild after the death of his wife. A nice house, lots of

woods, horseback riding, Phil thinks he’s living in the Hollywood version of small-town life. Trouble is, this little town has got a big secret in the form of the meth-brewing maniac Gator (James Franco) and his legion of helpers and dependents, including his strung-out girlfriend Sheryl (Winona Ryder). They don’t like strangers much, and much less strangers who happen to be narcotics agents. Before long, Phil’s going toe-to-toe with Gator and fighting for his, and his daughter’s, very life. FROzEN Thanksgiving weekend often means a new animated film from Disney, and Frozen is this year’s model. For once not a Pixar co-production, Frozen has more of the look of the old-fashioned hand-drawn cartoons of Disney’s classic films—plus, it’s a musical—making it perhaps a return to the Disney renaissance of the ’80s and ’90s. The film tells the story of a young woman, Elsa who has the unfortunate power of turning things around her to ice, and who, finding herself ostracized, decides to plunge the kingdom of Arendelle into eternal winter. Her sister, Anna, decides to set off on a mission to find Elsa and convince her to unfreeze Arendelle. She’s accompanied by rugged mountain man Kristoff who commands a sleigh driven by a reindeer named Sven— details that suggest the whole thing is taking place in Norway. Frozen is being released in regular as well as 3D versions.

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Where to find the bargains this weekend.

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’Tis the Season For Local Holiday Shopping By sTEpHANIE DE TrOy

These days, as soon as Thanksgiving is over, the Christmas lights appear. The shops are filled with red and green, a sprinkling of Hanukkah blue, and enticing scents and sounds. It can be altogether overwhelming if you’re in the city. Here on the East End, though, we’re especially fortunate to have a holiday season steeped in tradition; just as one might expect to have found it 50 years ago. The lights on Main Street in Southampton bring cheer to the now-dark days; and as soon as they’re up I make it a habit to drive through them on my way home from work. It’s nice during this busy season to try to take a little time for yourself and to find gifts for your loved ones in places that bring you some joy, too. Here are a few ideas to get you started on your holiday shopping adventures. Altman’s Needle & Fiber Arts is hosting a trunk show of its exclusive collection of Evy Leonard’s handmade crochet blankets on Saturday and Sunday, December 7th and 8th. It’s the perfect excuse to head to the adorable Love Lane in Mattituck and have lunch! Each blanket is designed with a color theme drawn from her vast collection of hand dyed solid and variegated sock-weight wool yarns, making each piece soft to the touch and intricate in detail and

texture. Meet the artist and enjoy refreshments on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Altman’s Needle & Fiber Arts is located at 195 Love Lane, Mattituck. Call 631-298-7181 or visit The “By Hand” Artisans will hold their annual holiday gift show on Saturday and Sunday, December 14th & 15th, from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. at Ashawagh Hall. Find handweaves, woodcarvings, porcelain face jewelry, hand-knits, handcrafted wooden toys, pearls, yarns, skincare, pottery, soaps and much more. Ashawagh Hall is located at 780 Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. For more info, call 631-987-6312. After all that, here’s treat for you: Karin Herzog Essential Mask. After a brisk winter walk or jog, nothing is quite as nice as rebalancing your skin with a facemask. Dr. Paul Herzog—inventor of an artificial respiration system used worldwide and doctor honoris causa of the Nobel Institute—is the first scientist to successfully stabilize active oxygen in an emulsion. Together with his assistant and wife Karin, Dr. Herzog developed the skincare line that is based on the discovery of a combination of neutralized vitamin A and stabilized oxygen. The results are astounding. I tried the

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Essential Mask and my sensitive skin loved it. After ten minutes, followed by a quick rinse, my skin had a youthful glow and felt supple and smooth. Visit for your wintertime essential facial mask. Your skin will thank you and you’ll be looking fab for all those holiday soirées! Are your nails looking a mess? In between manicures, you can keep your nails looking topnotch with a miracle that comes in a little bottle called probelle. I’ve always had weak nails. Just peeling a sticker off a piece of fruit can cause my nails to flake. This afternoon, I tried one coat of probelle and already my nails are harder and stronger. Formula 1 gets you started and Formula 2 is for your ongoing healthy nail maintenance. A great stocking stuffer idea! Visit for this and lots of more fun stuff. NEW KID ON THE BLOCK The Glass Greenhouse & Farm Market has just opened! Featuring artisan bakery, specialty cheeses, organic fruits and vegetables. With nearly five acres of greenhouse growing area, the fresh plant products are grown on location, from seed and from imported cuttings. You can pick your own plants and flowers in the warmth of the greenhouse. Located at 1350 Rte 25 Jamesport, the Glass Greenhouse & Farm Market is open seven days a week. Call 631-779-3410 or visit the

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geFocus is a leading medical practice located in Southampton, specializing in Age Management Medicine. We spoke with Anthony F. Ferrara, B.S., ACSM-CPT, IFA-CFI, Senior Instructor, and Sports Nutritionist Certified, to find out more about the cutting edge treatments available. Can you tell us about some of your newest treatments? We opened a MedSpa in July so several of those treatments are new. We offer a full menu of massages, facials and body wraps using marinebased products, chemical peels, cosmetic injections, body contouring and skin rejuvenation. Clients also love the Hydrafacial, which resurfaces and hydrates your skin giving results in less than a half-hour with no downtime. What are your most popular treatments? One of our most popular treatments is Venus Freeze, a non-invasive procedure that helps with skin tightening by stimulating collagen on a deep level and with cellulite reduction. What is the demographic for of your clients? Our clients range in age from teenagers to seniors and come from all over. What do you offer in terms of weight loss and how is it different from what’s out here? AgeFocus’ medically supervised weight loss programs are based on an extensive initial evaluation using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment that allows us to precisely understand your body and match it to your weight loss needs. We use proven research to

What does your detox program help create an individualized plan to entail? achieve your goal. The programs help Our medical staff has designed a you lose body fat while preserving your detox program to enhance mind, body lean muscle mass within a specific time and overall health by removing toxins frame. Our programs differ from others and poisons that may be harmful to in what we offer above, as well as before/ your well-being. Our team of specialists after measurements, pictures and DEXA will determine your level of toxicity body composition scans (one of the more and pollution exposure through accurate methods of measuring body medical testing and provide you with composition available), RMR (Resting a customized detox plan consisting of Metabolic Rate) test, physician, exercise supplements and a clean diet to enhance physiologist and nutritionist evaluations the process without exposing your body and treatment recommendations, FDAto additional poisons. Afterward, your approved medical foods, medical-grade Dr. Juan Gargiulo mind will feel cleared, you’ll experience supplementation and weekly follow-ups. This all combines to form the most successful weight energy, improved digestion and sleep patterns, and you will have restored optimal health to your body. loss programs around. Jennifer Meihofer


Can you tell us about Dr. Juan Gargiulo? He’s the medical director here and devotes his practice to preventative medicine, hormone replacement therapy and customized nutrition and fitness programs. A bio-identical hormone expert, he has a primary interest in hormone therapy, fitness and nutrition to keep the body in optimal shape. He also has the unique ability to discuss the AgeFocus Age Management program from his own experience as a patient. Dr. Gargiulo exercises daily, follows a prudent low stress/nontoxic lifestyle, eats a healthy low-glycemic diet with appropriate supplementation and has reaped the benefits of hormone replacement therapy for years. He has been named Top Doctor in both the New York Metro Area and Long Island and he’s board certified in both anesthesiology and pain management. He oversees the programs at AgeFocus and MedSpa at AgeFocus and performs several of the cosmetic treatments himself.

What do you offer in terms of anti-aging? We offer a variety of anti-aging treatments such as a non-ablative fractional laser to resurface skin and promote collagen, Venus Freeze to aid in skin tightening, and our Ocean & Oxygen Signature Facial for cell renewal. Other great age defying treatments include Hydrafacial, photo rejuvenation and chemical peels. Along with our treatments we sell marinebased products for a good skincare regime, and medical-grade supplements to help you “Look, Feel, & Act Younger.” What should someone who’s unsure of what treatment is best do? They can come in for a general consultation. If they are unsure of what treatment or program is best for them, they can call the office directly at 631-243-3628 to make an appointment for a free evaluation.

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What’s happening in our microclimate.

Events for families, kids and singles

Why Not Try Leaving the Leaves? My sister said this morning that she has about four feet of leaves on her yard. I’m sure it seems like four feet. I suggested that she remove them with her bag-equipped lawn mower. The shredded leaves can then be put into the shrub, flower and vegetable beds. The worms will like them and act as a weed barrier. I told her to leave them in place in the spring, take a pH test of the soil and apply the appropriate amount of lime. Planting in the vegetable garden can be done right through the leaves and they will continue to act as a soil feeder and mulch. In my opinion, there’s no better mulch unless green grass clippings comprise about one third the volume of the mass. Shredded leaves can also be kept to be added to the compost pile during the winter. I raked my leaves yesterday and put them— unshredded—into my beds and on the paths between the beds. I put down about eight inches of leaves. They become about two inches in the spring. Of course, today the leaves remaining on the trees are falling like snow! I also let my gas powered machines run out of gas this week before putting them into the shed. I put my tools away and had the carwash clean the truck. The job was just too overwhelming for one person (me)!

bicycle with its three baskets and I put my non winter-proof pots the basket on my back, but we had on skids and covered them with great local produce... as local as tarps. I set the winter-proof ones possible in New York City. that remain in the garden on feet. Here, in the land of many farm I covered the fountain with clear stands and much locally grown plastic. produce, keeping some food for I’m ready for winter! the winter is an easier task than However, I would like to have it was for my aunts or for me in a root cellar to store food for the city. Canning and jam making winter. My aunts in Nebraska all are becoming more common. had root cellars. They were caves Leaves make for good fertilizer. Freezing food is very easy and with in the ground and their roofs made big bumps in the yard. They were wondrous places a deep freeze, one can load up. There are amazing with shelves of canned vegetables, fruits and jams varieties of squashes that can be stored in a dark and jellies. Carrots and various squashes were stored place in a cool garage. Locally grown potatoes (the on shelves. There were wooden boxes of white best in the US!), carrots, beets and any other root potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, and apples. The vegetables can be stored in this way. My aunts checked the vegetables in the root cellars cellars were cool in summer and above freezing in winter. To be sent down there in winter was a treat periodically to make sure nothing was rotting. You for the young cousins from town. They were also need to do this with the produce in the garage. too. My garage stash also includes the bulbs and tubers used as retreats when tornadoes were threatening. When I lived in a loft in the city, I made a winter I’m storing for the winter… tuber roses, cannas, storage place. I put an insulated cupboard-type box gladiolas and dahlias. I see the chipmunks scurrying around with their next to the door and drilled small holes in the door. It worked very well for the vegetables I had bought cheeks bulging and squirrels running madly with at the Union Square Farmers Market. I even stored acorn in their mouths. The winter bird varieties are at the feeders. I have cleaned all the clients’ gardens Brussels sprouts in there! I also canned tomato sauce and made jams and and am ready to tuck into the studio! jellies using produce from the farmers market. And, Jeanelle Myers is a professional gardener, landscaper unlike the aunts from my childhood, I had a deep freeze. I packed it with produce from the farmers and consultant. For gardening discussion you can call market. I made a curious sight on Saturday on my her at 631-434-5067.






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DAN’S PAPERS 2013 EAsT HAMpTON HOUsE & GArDEN TOUr 1–4:30 p.m. Five unique homes will be featured on the self-guided tour. $65 in advance/$75 day of tour. Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-6850


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For more events happening this week, check out: North Fork Calendar pg. 37, Arts & Galleries Listings pg. 40, Kids’ Calendar pg. 45

THURSDAY, NOvEmbER 28 HAppy THANKsGIVING! THANKsGIVING MOrNING FITNEss CLAss 8:30–9:30 a.m. Core Plus class, taught by Jamie Lerner (Dan’s Best Female Trainer in the Hamptons for three years). The Body Shop, 26 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. 37TH MONTAUK TUrKEy DAy rUN FOr FUN 10 a.m. Rain, shine or snow. Racers check-in from 8–9:30 a.m. 3-mile/6-mile races. Registration $10. Montauk Circle, Montauk. 631-324-2417

fRIDAY, NOvEmbER 29 BLACK CAT FrIDAy ALL WEEKEND AT sOUTHAMpTON ANIMAL sHELTEr 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Celebrate “Black Cat Friday” all weekend. Black cats and kittens adoption fees waived. Southampton Animal Shelter, 102 Old Riverhead Road, Hampton Bays. 631-728-7387 2ND ANNUAL MONTAUK HANDMADE FOr THE HOLIDAys FAIr AT sWEET’TAUK 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Every weekend through Christmas Eve. Handmade crafts and items from East End artisans. Sweet’tauk, 35 S. Etna Avenue. 646-812-0332 HAppy HOUr AT sOUTHAMpTON pUBLICK HOUsE 4 p.m.–midnight. Happy hour all night with DJ Dory at 10 p.m. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800 CANDLELIGHT FrIDAys AT WöLFFEr EsTATE VINEyArD 5–8 p.m. Featuring Ludmilla. Wine by the glass, mulled wine and cheese/charcuterie plates for purchase. 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. 631-537-5106 COCKTAILs FOr 2013 EAsT HAMpTON HOUsE TOUr 6–8 p.m. Kick-off event for the 2013 House and Garden tour. Tickets to cocktail party $200. Purchase tickets at Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-6850 NANCy ATLAs prOJECT AT THE sTEpHEN TALKHOUsE 8–10 p.m. The Hamptons music sensation returns to Stephen Talkhouse. $15. 161 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3117 HArry-OKE FrIDAys AT LIArs’ CLUB 10 p.m. Fridays. 401 W. Lake Drive, Montauk. 631-668-9597 KArAOKE AT MJ DOWLING’s sTEAK HOUsE 10:30 p.m.–1:30 a.m., Friday night karaoke. MJ Dowling’s, 3360 Noyak Rd., Sag Harbor. 631-725-4444 pAINTErs’ rEOpENs 9:30 p.m. The reopening of Painter’s restaurant, featuring 80s freestyle R&B band Somethin’ Fresh. 416 South Country Road, Brookhaven. 631-286-6264

SATURDAY, NOvEmbER 30 HOLIDAy BOOK FAIr 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Every Saturday and Sunday through end of December. BookHampton holiday book fair to benefit the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum, 200 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-0770 TAsTINGs AT THE MONTAUK BrEWING COMpANy Noon–7 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays; 3–7 p.m. Friday. 62 S. Erie Ave, Montauk. 631-834-2627 THE MET: LIVE IN HD–pUCCINI’s TOsCA ENCOrE 1 p.m. Puccini’s timeless score is well-served by an exceptional cast led by opera greats. Guild Hall, 158 East Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806

JEWELry WOrKsHOps WITH KIM 3–4 p.m. Open beading: make whatever you’d like from a large collection of beads. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015

Saturday in the taproom. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800


CANDLELIGHT TOUr OF rOGErs MANsION 4–6 p.m. A lovely tour of the mansion, decorated for the holidays. Features a special exhibit, “A 1910 Christmas In Southampton.” 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton. 631283-2494

sANTA AT THE LIGHTHOUsE 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Free refreshments, Santa for photo-ops and more. In case of inclement weather, event will be held on 12/8. 2000 New York 27, Montauk. 631-668-2544

BOOKs AND BOOKs HOsTs LOCAL AUTHOr pHIL KEITH 4–7 p.m. Southampton resident Phil Keith will chat with customers and recommend his favorite books including his newly published nonfiction title Fire Base Illingworth: An Epic True Story of Remarkable Courage Against Staggering Odds. Books & Books, 130 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-998-3260

sTArGAZING OVEr VINEyArD FIELD 7–8 p.m. The time around the new moon is ideal for viewing the stars. Hot cider and doughnuts will be served. Join Friends of the Longpond Greenbelt for this fun evening. Meet at SoFo museum parking lot. 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. 631-537-9735

MONTAUK LIGHTHOUsE LIGHTING 2013 4:30–7 p.m. Rain date 12/7. Parking and admission to the lighthouse grounds are free. The celebration will include holiday music and caroling. Santa has also promised to make an appearance. The lights will be turned on by a special guest, remaining on every night until January 1, 2014. 2000 New York 27, Montauk. 631-668-2544 HAMpTON BAys FIrEHOUsE ANNUAL TrEE LIGHTING 4:30 p.m. Tree lighting across the street from firehouse. Enjoy complimentary hot chocolate, cookies and treats for the kids. Every child receives a photo with Santa. 69 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-9191 pArADE OF LIGHTs & CHrIsTMAs TrEE LIGHTING 4:45 p.m. Enjoy caroling by VOSH (Voices of Southampton High School) at the annual tree lighting and decorated fire truck parade in Agawam Park. Reception to follow at Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton. 631-287-4377 CHANUKAH MENOrAHCADE 6 p.m. Celebrate the fourth night of Chanukah with the MENORAHCADE to Herrick Park in East Hampton Village. Reserve your menorah and spot in the parade. 631-312-4286 sOUTHAMpTON CHANUKAH CELEBrATION 6:30 p.m. Hot latke bar, donuts, “The Incredible Bubble Show” with Jeff Boyer, Grand Menorah lighting and more. Southampton Hospital Parrish Hall, corner of Herrick Road and Lewis Street. RSVP appreciated. 631-287-9395 pArLOr JAZZ/ArT OF sONG CONCErT 7:30–8:45 p.m. Alexis Cole pays tribute to Hoagy Carmichael. Co-hosted by pianist Jane Hastay and bassist Peter Martin Weiss. Tickets $15 for Bridgehampton Museum members/$24 for nonmembers. Archives Building, 2539-A Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. 631-537-1088 UprIGHT CITIZENs BrIGADE AT BAy sTrEET THEATrE 8 p.m. A night of subversive comedy improv featuring talented performers from the legendary company’s touring troupe. Bay Street Theatre, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-9500 WHBpAC prEsENTs sOUTHsIDE JOHNNy & THE AsBUry DUKEs 8 p.m. Godfather of the New Jersey sound sings favorites. Tickets start at $45. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500 KArAOKE NIGHT 10 p.m. Saturdays. Cross Eyed Clam Bar & Grill, 440 West Lake Drive. 631-668-8065 sATUrDAys AT sOUTHAMpTON pUBLICK HOUsE 10 p.m., DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons classics every

mONDAY, DECEmbER 2 KNITTING GrOUp AT JOHN JErMAIN 1 p.m. Yarn donations are always appreciated. John Jermain Library, 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-0049 ext. 230 LANGUAGE CLAssEs AT HAMpTON LIBrAry 6–6:45 p.m. Learn conversation in English/ conversacion en Ingles. Check website for other language classes throughout the week. The Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015

TUESDAY, DECEmbER 3 GET MOVING WITH JErMAIN LIBrAry WALKING GrOUp 10 a.m. Tuesdays. Join this free weekly meet-up facilitated by the Wellness Foundation and enjoy the salt air while walking through scenic Sag Harbor. Participants can choose from a one or two-mile route. Meet in front of library’s temporary location at 34 West Water Street. 631-725-0049 ext. 230 LANGUAGE CLAssEs AT JOHN JErMAIN LIBrAry Naturalization test prep at 1 p.m; English conversation/ conversacion en Ingles 5:15–7 p.m. 34 West Water Street. 631-725-0049 ext. 230 JAZZ AT pIErrE’s 6:30–9:30 p.m. 2468 Main Street, 631-537-5110


WEDNESDAY, DECEmbER 4 #GIVINGTUEsDAy WITH pECONIC LAND TrUsT 1–3 p.m. Giving Tuesday is an international movement to spread awareness about the work of local charities. Peconic Land Trust is hosting volunteer activities at Quail Hill Farm (296 Hampton Road, Amagansett), Bridge Gardens (36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton) and Agricultural Center at Charnews Farm (3006 Youngs Avenue, Southold). 631-283-3195 LADIEs NIGHT AT sOUTHAMpTON pUBLICK HOUsE 9:30 p.m. DJ Tony spins Hamptons classics. 40 Bowden Square, Southampton. 631-283-2800

THURSDAY, DECEmbER 5 ANNUAL BIG DUCK LIGHTING 7 p.m. Annual Big Duck Lighting featuring live entertainment and visits from LI Ducks Mascot “QuackerJack” and Santa. Big Duck, Route 24, Flanders. 631-852-9292 THE JAM sEssION AT BAy BUrGEr 7–9 p.m. Thursdays. The Jam Session & The Thursday Night Live Band. Bay Burger, 1742 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor. No cover charge. 631-899-3915 sTEVE FrEDErICKs AT MUsE IN THE HArBOr 7–10 p.m. Thursdays. Steve Fredericks will perform every Thursday, no cover. 16 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-899-4810


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fRIDAY, NOvEmbER 29 KIDs CLUB 9 a.m.–6 p.m. When schools are closed, Hampton Kids is open! Hampton Kids offers morning, afternoon and full-day sessions. Hampton Kids, 175 Daniel’s Hole Road, Wainscott. 631-537-4614 MUsIC TOGETHEr By THE DUNEs 9:30 or 10:30 a.m. Fridays. Children’s Museum of the East End, 376 Bridgehampton Turnpike, Bridgehampton. For other locations, registration and schedule, 631-764-4180 sOFO—LODO’s WILD TUrKEy sTOryTIME FOr CHILDrEN AGEs 3–5 10 a.m. Join Crystal and her story-time puppet, Lodo the River Otter, as they read Gobble Gobble by Cathryn Falwell to learn more about the bird that almost became our national symbol. After the story, everyone will look for signs of wild turkey in the field behind the museum, and then you’ll have an opportunity to create your own decorative turkey to take home. There is a $3 materials fee for this program. Limited enrollment, register now. South Fork Natural History Museum, 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike. 631-537-9735 sHAKE, rATTLE & rOLL 10 a.m. Fridays. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. Parents/caregivers with toddler’s 10–36 months olds are invited to join us for an hour of interactive play. 631-267-3810 MOOsELTOE 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Featuring the voices of Al Roker, Jon Cullum, Christopher Plummer, Faith Prince, Carole Shelly and more. This whimsical and magical family musical tells the story of Mooseltoe Moose, who pursues his seemingly impossible dream of flying Santa’s sleigh, while learning many valuable lessons along the way. Tickets start at $12. Gateway Playhouse, 215 South Country Road, Bellport. 631-286-1133 sHArK DIVE 11 a.m. Daily, ages 12 and up (12–17 must be accompanied by a parent). Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center, 431 East Main Street, Riverhead. The aquarium puts you into a cage in the middle of more than 10 circling sharks! No diving certification necessary. $155/nonmembers, $140/ members (includes aquarium admission). 631-208-9200

SATURDAY, NOvEmbER 30 sTOry & CrAFT TIME 3:30–4:30 p.m. Join the Amagansett Free Library each Saturday for stories & crafts. 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810

SUNDAY, DECEmbER 1 sUNDAy sTOry TIME 1:30 p.m. East Hampton Library, 159 Main Street, East Hampton. Open up your child’s mind with stories from our picture book collections. Ages 3–plus. 631-324-0222 sNOWFLAKE OrNAMENTs 2:30 p.m. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. Every snowflake that falls is one-of-a-kind. Welcome winter by creating your own one-of-a-kind snowflake out of pasta shapes. For all ages. Please register in advance. 631-725-0049 TEA WITH T 2:30–3:30 p.m. For children ages 4 and up. Enjoy a delicious

cup of tea, perhaps some other treats, and fantastic stories with T. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 sUNDAy GAMEs 3:30–4:30 p.m. Sundays. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. Get away from TV screens and challenge your friends or family to a friendly board game competition. The library will provide a variety of games including Chutes & Ladders, Candyland, Apples to Apples and others. Ages 3–9. 631-725-0049 yOUTH GrOUp CHrIsTMAs TrEE LIGHTING & sOCIAL 6 p.m. In their own version of Rockefeller Center, The Youth Group at the Basilica Parish of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary will light the two great trees on the church’s front lawn. There will be carol singing, the lighting of the magnificent trees followed by a social in the Parish Hall with hot chocolate and refreshments. This event is open to all high school students, both parishioners and nonparishioners. 168 Hill Street, Southampton. 631-283-0097

mONDAY, DECEmbER 2 MONDAy sTOryTIMEs AT MONTAUK LIBrAry 11:45 a.m., Listen to stories, sing songs and make a craft! All are welcome to listen. The crafts are most appropriate for preschool age children. 871 Montauk Highway, Montauk. 631-668-3377 sOCCEr, LACrOssE, BAsEBALL & MOrE CLINICs Noon. Future Stars Indoor turf clinics for all ages. $150 and up. 1370 A Majors Path, Southampton. 631-287-6707 ALATEEN 4–5 p.m. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. Alateen is a chance for young people affected by someone else’s problem drinking to share their experiences and discuss effective ways to cope in a safe and anonymous setting. Light snacks will be served. 631-786-0368/ 631-793-0074 MArTHA rUsH sUTpHEN EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE: MATH TUTOrING 5–6 p.m. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. Professional math tutor and teacher Chase Mallia will be on hand to help students with homework. Open to all students ages 13–19 but with emphasis on Regentslevel Algebra 2/Trigonometry. Assistance available in both English and Spanish. Snacks provided. 631-725-0049 ext. 230

TUESDAY, DECEmbER 3 WALDOrF-INspIrED NUrsEry CLAssEs AGEs 2.5–3.5 9 a.m–noon The nursery program provides a nurturing staff in a beautiful and calm environment, suited for the child’s development. Our Sons and Daughters School, 11 Carroll Street, Sag Harbor. MOMMy & ME WITH A JEWIsH TWIsT 10–11 a.m. An innovative program for infants and toddlers to explore Jewish themes in a stimulating, fun & creative atmosphere. Make new friends as we explore the child’s world through circle time, music, crafts and multi-sensory experiences. Chabad of East Hampton, 13 Woods Lane, East Hampton. 631-329-5800 BABIEs & BOOKIEs AT HAMpTON BAys LIBrAry 10–10:30 a.m., Tuesdays. Storytime, interactive fingerplays, songs and flannel boards for newborns to 24 months with adult. 52 Ponquogue Avenue, Hampton Bays. 631-728-6241 pLAy-A-pALOOZA 10–11 a.m., For children from birth to 4 years old. Special time for parents and caregivers to play with their young children. Toys, puzzles, dramatic play, art exploration and more. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015 FIrsT sTOry TIME Tuesdays, 10:15–11 a.m. For caregivers and their tots through 4 years old. Stories, flannel boards, puppets, songs and fun. A perfect introduction to story time for young children. Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, Amagansett. 631-267-3810

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WEDNESDAY, DECEmbER 4 CHILDrEN’s prOGrAMs AT THE AQUArIUM 9:15–10 a.m. or 3:15–4 p.m. Explore the Aquarium with hands-on activities, stories, songs, crafts and live animal encounters. Ages 2–3 on Wednesdays and 3–4 on Thursdays. $60 Series/ $15 Class. Aquarium admission is included. Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center, 431 East Main St, Riverhead. 631-208-9200 BABIEs AND BOOKs 11 a.m.–Noon. For babies from birth through 15 months. Enjoy baby’s first story time with simple books, songs, rhymes and finger plays. Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-0015

THURSDAY, DECEmbER 5 rHyME TIME 10–10:30 a.m. The Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Songs, rhymes, stories and art exploration. Children ages 1–3. Contact Josh Perry at 631-537-0015 sTOrIEs, sONGs & pLAyTIME 10:30 a.m. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. Librarian Susann will read a short story, do finger plays, sing songs and nursery rhymes, dance with children and put out toys for playtime. Ages 1–4. 631-725-0049 LEGO MANIA! 3:30–4:30 p.m. The Hampton Library, 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Create anything you like with Legos at the library. A great chance for parents to relax and socialize. Ages 4–10. Contact Emily Herrick at 631-537-0015 KIDs’ TAEKWONDO 4–5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Evolution fitness, 33 Hill Street, Southampton. Kids develop coordination, focus and confidence. Children that practice martial arts are more likely to do better in school, as they learn values that are no9t taught in formal education like courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, courage and discipline. Ages 6–12. $10/class. 631-488-4252 WALDOrF-INspIrED NUrsEry CLAssEs AGEs 2.5–3.5 9 a.m–noon The nursery program provides a nurturing staff in a beautiful and calm environment, suited for the child’s development. Our Sons and Daughters School, 11 Carroll Street, Sag Harbor. JEANETTE sArKIsIAN WAGNEr WrITING WOrKsHOp FOr TEENs 5–6:30 p.m. John Jermain Library. 34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor. This program will include writing prompts, discussion of craft and technique, constructive group critique and writing original work. Students will revise selected pieces for publication in MOSS, the library’s online magazine of teen work. Free, registration required. Ages 13–18. 631-725-0049 or For more events and to list your event online, go to Events. Events submitted by Friday at noon to the online calendar will be considered for the print calendar.



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h, Race Lane. A reliably good and welcoming restaurant in East Hampton. How is it that I’ve stayed away for so long? I haven’t eaten here since Executive Chef Nimesh Maharjan took over. Will his cooking be as good as the food memories I associate with Race Lane? Short answer: “Oh, yeah.” The longer answer started with a Race Lane Punch, which is a house mocktail, for me. It was pretty pink in a tall glass with a slice of Granny Smith apple on top and nicely sweet. Though I was tempted to indulge in a Moonshine Mojito of Dutch’s sugar wash moonshine, muddled lime and mint and simple syrup—my husband and I were off to a movie after dinner—so I was steering clear of Race Lane’s extensive wine list and bar offerings. Local beverages include Wölffer and Channing Daughters wines by the glass and Montauk Brewing Company’s Driftwood Ale. Husband ordered a martini made with Hendrick’s gin to start. He found it “ice cold,” and was clearly pleased. Of course I ordered the Pumpkin Coconut Bisque. With its touches of toasted hazelnuts, fried parsley and smooth coconut foam, it was an excellent savory, textural mix. Onto an amazing octopus dish with tomato confit, Kalamata olives, parsley and pickled red chili. It’s easy to see why this is one of Race Lane’s top sellers. Cut into delicate rounds, it was the best octopus I’ve ever eaten. Tender and featuring a lusciousness comparable to puttanesca. Husband went with the

Wölffer white blend to compliment this dish. The last time I reviewed Race Lane a reader emailed me “before” and “after” photos of his favorite dish there—steak. He recommended it highly—so I ordered the steak special this time. Perfectly medium rare, this is steak exactly as it should be, with a fine montepulciano sauce and a tasty topping of Good Water Farms’ microgreens. Husband was more than happy to “help” with this cut. Husband indulged in some House Rolled Gnocchi with lobster, morels, peas and tarragon—served HOT. So soft and subtly delish! He exclaimed upon his first bite, “Oh! Oh it’s good! Wow.” He was tempted by the Braised Baby, it’s cozy inside! Short Ribs but moved onto Sea Scallops At $33, I might well return soon for Race Lane’s with parsnip purée, chanterelle mushrooms and tomato served in an inventive manner over hearts of three-course prix fixe. While we were there, the palm pylons. The scallops were “like butta,” he said. crowd was all-ages, couples and families. It’s a The purée was pure parsnip flavor, a lively taste of family sort of restaurant—in great Hamptons style. Overseen by the friendly and efficient Rowaida and the fall season. (You know that I snagged a bite.) Husband considered indulging in some New York Jay Plumeri, it’s a great place to de-stress. State whiskey or a bit of Chartreuse but instead Open on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November enjoyed a goblet of the sweet Wölffer Estate Diosa to close this magnificent meal—while I indulged in a 28, for a special Thanksgiving $54 Prix Fixe! Race very tasty Pistachio Semifreddo with whipped cream, Lane, 31 Race Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-5022, hazelnut crumbs and berries…

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With Leftovers: Turkey Day is Here to Stay After the feast, are you comforted by visions of delicious leftovers? Or do you deny its presence a second day. Love it or loathe it, Thanksgiving leftovers are here to stay, and I for one love it. As you ponder what to do with turkey leftovers and the desire to eat a bit lighter, consider a turkey sandwich on a croissant with crinkly spinach leaves, dressed with a mustardy mayonnaise. To further avoid the heat of the kitchen on post Thanksgiving Day, a take on a Thai noodle salad incorporates leftover turkey, cooked and cooled noodles and sweet bell pepper in an aromatic peanut sauce with a bit of spice. To temper the heat of the peanut dressing, consider the cooling cranberry sauce sitting in one of those little containers in your refrigerator. Don’t you just love it when clearing out the fridge results in new and tasty ways to enjoy leftovers? tUrKey and sPInacH on croIssant Turkey leftovers are a blessing when paired with compatible ingredients. makes 6 to 8 sandwiches 6 to 8 croissants 1 1/2 pound thin slices of fresh roast turkey 2 cups fresh spinach leaves, washed and dried well mayonnaise dressing 1/3 cup light mayonnaise

1. Slice croissants in half. Divide turkey slices equally and place on bottom croissant halves. Divide spinach leaves equally over the meat. 2. In a bowl, mix together the mayonnaise, oregano, mustard and salt and pepper to taste. Spread the mixture equally on top side of croissant halves and cover sandwich. Arrange on a tray with olives, pickles and chips if desired. Serve at room temperature. tHaI tUrKey noodLes WItH PeanUt saUce To avoid the heat of the kitchen post Thanksgiving Day this take on an Asian noodle salad incorporates leftover turkey in a soothing tangle of cooked noodles, sweet bell peppers and scallions. serves 6 to 8 For the peanut sauce 2 to 3 cloves garlic 1 to 2 inch knob of peeled, fresh ginger ¼ cup low-sodium soy sauce 1 1/2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 to 3 tablespoons creamy peanut butter 2 tablespoons roasted sesame seed oil 2 tablespoons lime juice 2 to 3 teaspoons hot chili oil or 1/4 teaspoon dried hot pepper flakes For the turkey noodles 3/4 pound thin spaghetti or linguini 2 tablespoons peanut or canola oil 1 red bell pepper, seeded and cut into thin strips 1 yellow bell pepper, seeded and cut into thin strips

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aLmond in Bridgehampton announces the eighth monthly “Artists & Writers Night” hosted by musical performance artist Cynthia Hopkins on Tuesday, December 3 at 7 p.m. A family style three-course menu created by executive chef Jason Weiner will be served. The cost is $40 in advance and $45 at the door with a glass of local wine or craft beer, tax and gratuity. Reservations are required. 631-537-5665 BostWIcK’s cHoWder HoUse in East Hampton has announced a new dinner special on Thursdays and Sundays every week, from 4:30 p.m. to close. This special will act like a three-course prix fixe, but the cost is dependent on the price of the entrée the diner chooses. The menu includes any homemade chowders or soups, baked clams, and chicken wings, as well as the choice of any dinner entrées, daily specials or the lobster roll (excludes other sandwiches and rolls). 631-324-1111

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A Guide to Local Favorites SoUTHAMPToN AND HAMPToN bAYS

First Street, New Suffolk. 631-734-5123, HamPton coFFee comPany DININg oUT KEY: Espresso Bar, Bakery, Cafe & Coffee Roastery $ A Hamptons classic since 1994 and a Dan’s Price Range noaH’s Papers “Best of the Best!” Famous hand-roasted Local Wine Seafood $$$ coffee, real baristas, muffins and bagels, egg Kid-Friendly Seafood-inspired small plates with a nod to sandwiches, a Mexican Grill and For complete local producers. Open 7 days for lunch and more. Open 6 a.m.–8 p.m. daily, year restaurant listings dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. On Friday round. Locations in Water Mill next and more dining and Saturday, The Lounge @ Noah’s serves to The Green Thumb farmstand information, visit a late night small bites menu and specialty and in Westhampton Beach across cocktails with a DJ until 2 a.m. Outdoor from Village Hall and now in dining available.136 Front Street, Greenport. Southampton on the highway next 631-477-6720, to BMW. Also anywhere with their Mercedes Mobile Espresso Unit for your event! toUcH oF venIce 631-726-coFe or visit them on Twitter and 631-726Italian $$ Facebook. Proudly serving the North Fork for over 20 years. We take advantage of all the North Fork has to offer, preparing local mj doWLIng’s steaK HoUse and tavern cuisine with Italian soul. Extensive wine list featuring local American $$ and Italian wines, full bar with happy hour specials. Private Great selection of American Fare in a friendly Pub room available for all occasions. Special chef’s family-style atmosphere. Draft Beers. Family owned and operated. menu available for small groups. Winner of BOB 2012 Best Game room—0Pool Table. 3360 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor. Summer Drink: Blueberry Lemonade. 28350 Main Road, 631-725-4444. Cutchogue. 631-298-5851, oLd stove PUB RIvERHEAD, WESTHAMPToN American $$$ A Hamptons classic since 1969. Perfectly charred steaks tHe aLL star at the oldest stove in the Hamptons. Open 7 Days, lunch All American $$ Saturday and Sunday noon–3 p.m., Prix Fixe Sunday– Premiere bowling, sports bar and entertainment venue. Thursday four courses $29. Live piano Friday and This industrial chic-inspired facility boasts 22 state-of-theSaturday. Reservations 3516 Montauk HWY Sagaponack. art bowling lanes, VIP room with six private lanes, vortex 631-537-3300. bar with 12 inverted beer taps. 96 Main Road, Riverhead, 631-998-3565, osterIa saLIna Sicilian/Italian $$ BUoy one Think Sicilian ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, Seafood & Steak $$ currants, pine nuts, fava beans couscous & candied Offering the freshest fish and finest steaks, daily specials, oranges. Authentic Sicilian and family recipes from the Eat in or Take out. Call to inquire about our Buoy One Clam Aeolian Island of Salina, including Caponatina, Bucatini con Bake. 62 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton 631-998-3808 & 1175 Sarde, Pesce Spada, Polpo, Artisanal Cannoli and Salina’s W. Main Street, Riverhead 631-208-9737, signature dessert, “Panino di Gelato.” 95 School Street, Also in Huntington! Bridgehampton. 631-613-6469,

75 maIn restaUrant and LoUnge Italian/American $$$ Executive chef Mark Militello. Open daily, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Dinner 4:30 p.m.–midnight, 75 Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-7575, matsULIn Asian $$ Finest Asian Cuisine. Zagat-Rated. Lunch, Dinner, Sushi & Sake Bar. Catering available. Open daily from noon. 131 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. 631-728-8838,

S. Dermont

nammos Greek $$$ Authentic Greek Cuisine. Open 7 Daily, Fresh Fish flown in daily. Featuring 2010 Greece’s Chef of the year Emmanouil Aslanoglou. Prix Fixe All Day four courses $34. Reservations. 136 Main Street, Southampton 631-287-5500.

Butternut squash at Pierre’s in Brideghampton

EAST HAMPToN race Lane Local Cuisine $$$ New menu! Join us by the fireplace for some cheese, charcuterie and wine. Serving dinner nightly from 5 p.m. 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. Three-course Prix fixe, $33 until 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. 631-324-5022,

bRIDgEHAMPToN AND SAg HARboR BoBBy van’s Steak and Fish $$$ Steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open 363 days for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Open Mon –Fri. 11:30 a.m.–10:30 p.m. Sat. 11:30 a.m.–10:30 p.m., Sun. 11:30–10 p.m. Main St., Bridgehampton. 631-537-0590,

PIerre’s Casual French $$$ Euro-chic but casual French restaurant and bar. Late dinner and bar on weekdays. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri.– Sun., 10 a.m.–5 p.m. 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-537-5110,

NoRTH foRK cLIFF’s eLBoW room Steak and Seafood $$ The best aged and marinated steak, freshest seafood and local wines, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Lunch and dinner. Two locations: 1549 Main Road, Jamesport, 631722-3292; 1065 Franklinville Rd., Laurel. 631-298-3262,

tWeed’s Continental $$ Located in historic Riverhead, Tweed’s Restaurant & Buffalo Bar in the J.J. Sullivan Hotel serves the finest local food specialties and wines representing the best L.I. vineyards. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. 17 E. Main St. 631-208-3151, Check out for more dining listings and events.

Legends American $$ In historic New Suffolk for 20 years, offers “The Best of Both Worlds:” Fine dining in the sophisticated, cozy and eclectic dining room, and the classic bar with rich, warm woods and brass accents—both serve the same innovative food. Late-night burgers and light fare. 835



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Young’s Wood Finishing Inc.

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Quality Crafted Homes

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All Jobs Big and Small All Exterior and Interior • Handyman Projects • Decks & Fence • Painting • Windows • Land Clearing • Misc. • Bath & Kitchen Renovation Specializing in Project Mgt. References Available Licensed & Insured MIKe 631-324-2028 26457 CeLL 631-831-5761

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Inspections & Testing

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Certified Indoor Environmentalist

Family Owned & Operated

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lthough there are a variety of “Turkey Trots” that take place in towns all over Long Island on Thanksgiving morning, there’s something special about Montauk’s “Run for Fun” that attracts more and more runners, walkers and families each year. Perhaps it’s the location, but more than likely it’s the people. When Nancy and John Keeshan are not actively involved in community events, they operate one of the most well-respected and reputable real estate firms in Montauk. “We take pride in that Keeshan Real Estate is not always about selling—we’re about being part of the community,” said John. “We’re the oldest family owned real estate company in Montauk,” continued Nancy. “I know that ‘Run for Fun’ will be part of the East Hampton Town Recreation Department and Montauk forever. I look forward to celebrating 50 years of “Run for Fun” in the near future,” shared John. Amazing surf, great fishing, friendly people, preserved land, outstanding restaurants, luxury hotels and breathtaking sunsets best describe what Montauk is all about. There’s really not much more one could ask for—except perhaps perfect weather on Thanksgiving morning. Happy trotting! For the past 37 years, rain, shine or snow, the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot “Run for Fun” race has been an annual tradition in Montauk. Whether you’re a devoted running enthusiast or simply enjoy the idea of working up an appetite before the

big, festive dinner, it’s a great way to start your holiday. “After talking to a few local friends one day, who also loved running, I decided to organize a run on Thanksgiving morning. There were only six of us the first year and we met in the middle of town and ran to the Montauk Lighthouse and back. It immediately became a tradition and, over time, the race grew bigger. Soon after, Gordan Carberry, Director of East Hampton Town Recreation Department and I decided to make it an official East Hampton Town annual event.” shared John Keeshan of Keeshan Real Estate. Today, the annual event continues to grow and evolve with the support of John Rooney, Superintendent of Recreation for East Hampton Town and the Parks & Recreation Department, John Keeshan and Keeshan Real Estate and the help of many local volunteers and community supporters. Last year, “Run for Fun” had more than 600 participants. “I’ve been running since I’m eight years old. I look forward to seeing other runners each year who have been participating as long as I have. The proceeds from the race benefit the East Hampton Town Parks & Recreation Department, and, as of this year, we will also be donating half of the proceeds to our local Montauk food pantry,” shared Nancy Keeshan (John’s daughter and President of Keeshan Real Estate). This year the race will be giving out official “Turkey Trot T-shirts” to the first 400 registered

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participants. They also award turkeys to those who win in each category, something John has been doing since the races inception. “We have a wide cross section of participants, from the elite runners club and local star athletes, to moms with baby strollers. “Run for Fun” has really become a wonderful family day in Montauk,” said John. If you haven’t already registered, you can register the day of the race. Registration is $10 on the day of the race at the Montauk Chamber of Commerce from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (no later). Racers must check-in at the Montauk Circle from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Starting times are 10 a.m. for the 3 and 6 mile races. 631-324-2417.



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Sag Harbor: A Great Little Village


ag Harbor is a unique place unsurpassed in historic charm. This quaint seaside gem offers a balance of family fun, luxury amenities and simple relaxation. Officially founded in 1707, Sag Harbor became one of New York’s main Ports of Entry and a world famous whaling town. Fast forward to the 21st century, and Sag Harbor’s Main Street continues to flourish with modern-day boutiques, exquisite restaurants and hip art galleries. Whether you live here full-time or spend the weekend, the offerings are many. From a visit to the old Whaling and Historical Museum with the kids to a star-studded show at Bay Street Theatre and sunset cocktails at B. Smith’s, you will not be disappointed. Sag Harbor has attracted and inspired many artists and writers over the years, from John Steinbeck to Billy Joel to Gahan Wilson, and the list goes on.

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Presently, the development of the historic Bulova Watchcase factory is creating quite the buzz. This once dilapidated facility stands as a shining example of architectural genius. “The Watchcase property is bringing a lot of excitement and interest to the village—it’s a very positive addition to Sag Harbor. We have a diverse group of buyers that includes both full-time and seasonal residents. The resort-like amenities are incredible,” shared Cee Scott Brown, of The Watchcase Team. Choose from a variety of luxurious lofts, town houses, bungalows and penthouses. Luxury amenities include: doorman, concierge, porters, pool and gym attendants a fulltime superintendant, as well as optional additional perks such as housekeeping and car service. Showings are by appointment only during the final construction phase, scheduled for completion in early March 2014. Please contact the Watchcase Team at or call 631-725-7200 for additional information. If you prefer waterfront living, perhaps this next three-bedroom, three-bath home includes everything on your wish list. Located privately off the road facing west on Sag Harbor Cove with lots of decking, a heated waterside Gunite pool and spacious property leading you to a bulk-headed waterfront and deep-water dock, this home is a boater’s dream. Control 4 Home Automation works the (Geothermal) heating and cooling, home theater, surround sound, mood lighting, outdoor lighting and window shades. Designed with Modern and environmentally conscious building techniques and top-of-the-line construction and finishes, this home has it all. Asking $4.1 million. For more details, please contact Rylan

Jacka, Sotheby’s International, 516-702-5707 or email Pamela Walsh of Town and Country also has a number of amazing properties in Sag Harbor—Check out our next home, a pristine two-bedroom two-bath home with an impressive six acres of property. This magnificent post and beam-style home also offers a full basement, heated pool and fireplace with plenty of room for expansions and…low taxes. Asking $2.85 million. For more information, please contact Pamela Walsh, Town and Country, 516-428-5507 or email Finally, take a tour with Jane Holden of Brown Harris Stevens of our next gem—A contemporary, four-bedroom, 4.5-bath, and waterfront property. Situated on 1.7 acres of land with 607 feet of

private waterfront, complete with a dock that can accommodate a boat up to 23 ft. This home offers all the luxuries one could ask for—spacious living room, finished basement with game room, a living room with fireplace, wrap-around deck with two BBQs and an amazing pool overlooking the water. Asking $5.2 million. For more information, please contact Jane E. Holden, Brown Harris Stevens at 631-725-5581 or email her at As you can see, Sag Harbor is one of the East End’s long-standing treasures. There’s no question why Coastal Living magazine voted Sag Harbor to their top 10 of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns.” For more information on the latest listings, visit

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SALES REPORTED AS OF 11/22/2013 AMAGANSETT John & Stephanie Giamatteo to Lisa & Mitchell Green 75 Treasure Island Drive, $2,675,000

QUOGUE Barri & Daniel Waltcher to Michael & Nicole Mesard 3 Bay Road, $1,215,000

BRIDGEHAMPTON FD HFZ Bridgehampton LLC to Back Nine Hamptons LLC 102 Highland Terrace, $6,750,000

SAGAPONACk 376 Daniels Lane LLC to 376 Sagaponack LLC 376 Daniels Lane, $15,500,000

CUTCHOGUE Meryl Hormann to Noreen & Robert Fisher, 2530 Vanston Road, $2,280,000

Calico Sand LLC to VH 206 TL LLC, 206 Town Line Road $5,725,000

MONTAUk Montauk Jetties Inc to to ED40 LLC, 40 Deforest Road $14,750,000 NORTH HAVEN Marianne & Richard Koerner to Mainardo De Nardis Di Prata 23 North Harbor Drive, $1,595,000


SOUTHAMPTON 7 Gin Lane LLC to By The Hedge LLC, 7 Gin Lane $12,300,000 WAM Coopers Farm LLC to Sharon Stern, 135 Coopers Farm Road, $4,250,000

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maureen J. geary | Licensed Associate RE Broker | m: 631.766.0066 | sandra l. morell | Licensed Associate RE Broker | m: 516.617.2023 |





Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. Madison & Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 | 631.725.1500


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Find your new home for 2014

South-of-thE-highway on 2.4 acrE

BridgEhaMPton on Six fully clEarEd acrES

East hampton. Located down a deep flag lot on the fringe of East Hampton Village this classic contemporary features 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, pool, tennis, and a 2-car garage. All situated on a fully clearable 2.4 ac. parcel abutting a 45 ac. agriculturally reserved farm field.Walking distance to Indian Wells Beach or Two Mile Hollow Beach. Possible land buy as well. Exclusive. $4.95M wEB# 56687

Bridgehampton. This traditional style home with ocean views is a one of a kind with 6 fully cleared (subdividable) acres. The home features over 7,000 SF+/- of living space, 6 bedrooms, oversize pool, pool house, and tennis, all located on a very quiet cul de sac street with other substantial multi million dollar properties. Exclusive. $7.5M wEB# 50939

watEr Mill South with Pool and tEnniS

watEr Mill South lot..StEPS to MEcox Bay

water Mill. Renovated, well cared for contemporary home with over 5,000 SF+/- of living space (including finished basement), 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, heated pool, all weather tennis, and 2 car garage. All situated on a quiet cul de sac street. Great rental history. Co-Exclusive. $3.25M wEB# 32402

water Mill. Build your dream home on this one acre building lot located just a stroll away from Mecox Bay. Situated on a cul de sac with very substantial homes. Last lot on the block and overlooking a large agricultural reserve. A full, finishable basement is possible (no FEMA restrictions). R-40 zoning permits for well over an 8,000 SF+/- home to be built. Exclusive. $4M wEB# 8170

drew green 516.314.2508, cliffeton green 516.318.2107

drew green Licensed as Andrew W Green Licensed Associate RE Broker m: 516.314.2508





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Going, Going, Gone!

SOLD East Hampton. 75 Oyster Shores Road Listing Agent

SOLD WEb# 28781

East Hampton. 15 Cosdrew Lane Selling Agent

SOLD East Hampton. 22 Springwood Lane Selling Agent

SOLD #57880


Selling Agent

SOLD #74761

East Hampton. 27 North Hollow Drive


East Hampton. 22 Montauk Ave Listing Agent

WEb# 21978

East Hampton. 7 Grant Avenue Listing Agent

WEb# 10277

Greg Schmidt Licensed RE Salesperson o: 631.899.0295





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Now is your time to be in the market

CLAssiC styLE WitH 21st CEntury FEAturEs East Hampton. The exquisitely constructed and crafted Thistle House is a 5600 square foot 5 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath custom designed home with garage on 1.9 acres. private pool area with gorgeous stone patio for entertaining and relaxing and a heated gunite pool facing southwest for optimal sun and water views. The property abuts a 54 acre reserve, 100 yards from beautiful Northwest Harbor yet only a short drive to East Hampton Village and Sag Harbor. Co-Exclusive. $3.9M WEB# 49254




sag Harbor

Last Asking $ 1.35M

East Hampton

WEB# 19875

Last Asking $795K


Last Asking $1.675M

WEB# 31043

WEB# 38105

Don’t let changing markets stop you from buying, selling or renting on the East End. We can help you turn today’s challenges into opportunites you’ll be glad you didn’t miss.

scot Perlin

Martha Perlin Licensed RE Salesperson

Licensed RE Salesperson m: 917.374.3259



m: 917.873.3110



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Great Escapes of Quogue

EngLish Country Manor housE

thE king of QuoguE

Quogue. Estate section of Quogue. Designed by noted architect Stuart Sisston, near village/ beach. Resort-like, Limestone surround pool and entertainment area, guest house and garden pavilion. Two porches, 6,444 SF+/-, bedroom suite on 1st floor. Formal living/dining rooms. Library. Designer kitchen, oppulant with Waterworks, Paris Ceramics and more. Exclusive. Price upon request WEB# 20608

Quogue. Magnificent renovated 8,300 SF+/- home with 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths, chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen, formal dining, huge living room, den and library, all with coffered ceilings, large screened porch and garage. Master suite w/fireplace and balcony. Heated pool, jacuzzi, pool house, all weather tennis. High tech electronics, 2.25 acres with water access. Co-Exclusive. $5.95M WEB# 42413

QuEEn of QuoguE on sCuddins CrEEk

fEaturEd in Martha stEWart

Quogue. Gated estate on over 4 acres of incredible grounds. Gracious entertaining with formal living and dining rooms, 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, den/media room, screened porch, 2 acclimatized wine cellars and an oversized 2-car garage. Covered porches overlook pool, fully equipped pool house, Pergola, beautiful gardens and salt marsh views. Co-Exclusive. $4.9M WEB# 36119

Quogue. Gambrel style built in the late 1880â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Original detail large country kitchen with fireplace. Formal dining and livingrooms lined with French doors, expansive grounds. Renovated barn with summer kitchen, wonderful entertaining space, shower and bathroom. Second floor loft area large enough to sleep several guests. Barn doors open to oversized pool. Exclusive. $2.7M WEB# 53981

Martha B. Lewis Licensed Associate RE Broker m: 516.429.2985 | o: 631.723.4431





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SOLD East Hampton

Last Asking $1.295M



East Hampton

Last Asking $1.295M

SOLD Amagansett

East Hampton

SOLD Last Asking $3.2M

East Hampton

SOLD Last Asking $655K

East Hampton

SOLD Last Asking $1.695M

East Hampton

Last Asking $655K

SOLD Last Asking $675K

East Hampton

Last Asking $375K

Brian J. Nicholson Licensed RE Salesperson o: 631.267.7406





Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. 51 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11932 | 631.324.3900


November 29, 2013 Page 71

East Hampton BEacH HousE East Hampton. A great value that should not to be missed! This pristine, three bedroom two bath ranch is being listed for the first time. Featuring a double height living room, bright kitchen and dining room which opens out to the backyard, wood floors, central air and finished basement. The property also includes a heated pool, lush perimeter landscaping with sprinkler system, a covered front porch, and 900 sq ft of back yard decking. Quiet street and close to both Amagansett & East Hampton Village. Exclusive $645K WEB# 31560

susan a. Ryan | Licensed Associate RE Broker | m: 631.680.3321 |





Equal Housing Opportunity. The Corcoran Group is a licensed real estate broker. 51 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11932 | 631.324.3900

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Westhampton | 5 BR | 4 BA | Fireplace | Full Basement | Pool


WEB# 31027 $1.299M

4 BR | 3.5 BA | 2 Fireplaces | Heated Pool | Bay front

WEB# 36327 $2.2M

With low ratesâ&#x20AC;ŚNow may be the time for your Hamptons Home.

Mark S. Schindler | Licensed Associate RE Broker


m: 516.885.2577 | o: 631.723.4433 |


November 29, 2013 Page 73

Something for Everyone

Custom Built Charm on a Private Park like setting east hampton. Escape from the city to this 5 bedroom,3.5 bathroom home situated on 1.70 acres of beautifully manicured lawn plush with specimen trees and amber lighting. Your heated pool surrounded by imported stone for relaxing. Take the sidewalk safely into town or ride your bikes to the beach! Must see. Exclusive $2.45m WeB# 30765

PrivaCY on 2 aCres With room For tennis Water mill. Peaceful privacy! Charming home on nearly two acres (room for tennis). Has bright rooms throughout and a truly gourmet kitchen with Viking appliances. While very private, it is only 7 minutes to Southampton Village and 3 miles to beautiful Flying Point Beach. Exclusive. $1.595m WeB# 13973

Understanding the current market is key

holly J. Dunham Licensed RE Salesperson m: 516.658.0421





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GREAT HAMPTON HOMES 12/1, 11:30-1:30PM OPEN HOUSE | Sun. 2225 Deerfield Rd.

north of Water Mill Water Mill. This asian-inspired home with 4 ensuite BRs is situated on 3.8 acres. Pool and tennis. CoExcl. $2.995M WeB# 31174 Sally huns o: 631.537.4198


Fri. 11/29, 1-3PM Sat. 11/30, 11-1PM

12 ninevah PlaCe Sag harbor. 4 BRs, 3.5 BAs, extra room, great views, private beach, mooring rights, located in village. Excl. $2.4M WeB# 29341 Claudette dixon m: 917.861.4509

12/1, 11:30-1:30PM OPEN HOUSE | Sun. 11 Ocean Pkwy

traditional on a Quiet Street east hampton. Price reduced. Great value. Owner wants to sell. Excl. $1.275M WeB# 44705 don gauthier o: 631.283.7300

11/30, 12-2PM OPEN HOUSE | Sat. 76 Copeces Ln.

11/30, 11:30-1PM OPEN HOUSE | Sat. 49 Woodruff Ln.

12/1, 12-2PM OPEN HOUSE | Sun. 604 Stephen Hands Path

CharMing retreat east hampton. 3 BR beauty with many amenities, pool, 1.25 landscaped acres, full bsmnt, stone patios. Excl. $985K WeB# 21159 tom griffith o: 631.907.1497

Conveniently loCated Bridgehampton. Close to Sag Harbor. 3BR, 2BA, open plan living/dining/kit., garage, pool. Excl. $849K WeB# 30696 Patricia de Cillia m: 631.219.1886

terrifiC value east hampton. 3 BR beauty on .60 acre, 2.5 BAs, deck, ,basement, garage, den, deck, nice flow, close to all. Excl. $675K WeB# 19161 tom griffith o: 631.907.1497

Sat. 13/30, 1-3PM 145 Breese Lane

SouthaMPton village Southampton. Pristine 5 BR with heated pool in the heart of the village with fireplace Just listed. Excl. $2.495M WeB# 20189 Patricia garrity o: 631.702.9221


11/30, 11:30-1:30PM OPEN HOUSE | Sat. 100 Deforest Rd., #516

oCean front PerfeCtion Montauk. Located next door to famed “Ditch Plains” Beach. 2 BR, 1BA cottage-the perfect beach side reatreat. Excl. $160K WeB# 10463 Kyle rosko m: 631.678.7179

Private retreat Southampton. 7 BRs, 7.5 baths, 2 car garage, screened in porch, heated gunite pool, lower level with tavern. Excl. $3.495M WeB# 21232 Jennifer Mahoney m: 631.495.0543

CuStoM Built With PrivaCy east hampton. Custom built Cedar shingled home in the most exquisite of outdoor settings. Must see! Excl. $2.45M WeB# 30765 holly dunham m: 516.658.0421

Waterfront With doCK Southampton. Charming htd cottage, fpl, screened-in porch, beautiful gardens and incredible sunsets. Excl. $1.625M WeB# 263170 Jennifer Mahoney m: 631.495.0543

PrivaCy on 2 aCreS Water Mill. On nearly 2 acres,4 BRs,3 BAs with a htd pool and room for tennis. Minutes to village. Excl. $1.595M WeB# 13973 holly dunham m: 516.658.0421

vieWS of ShinneCoCK Bay Southampton. 3000 SF+/- house and adjacent vacant lot being sold together. Lot can be developed. Great value. Excl. $1.295M WeB# 21538 Maureen geary o: 631.725.3867

a great inCoMe ProduCer Shinnecock hills. Newly renovated three unit structure that could be easily converted into 2, or a single home. Excl. $595K WeB# 12442 holly dunham m: 516.658.0421

aCroSS froM harBor east hampton. Charming 2 BR, 2 BAs on over a .5 acre. Large deck, Jacuzzi and an outdoor shower. Excl. $449K WeB# 34262 Sharon tompkins 631.907.1515

CharMing BeaCh Cottage Sag harbor. Near the beaches, shops and restaurants, in move in condition and has great value. Excl. $449K WeB# 26545 Maureen geary o: 631.725.3867

PerfeCt Pied a terre east hampton. One BR, 1BA upper level in the Hampton Mews. Heated gunite pool, 1.2 miles from the ocean. Excl. $395K WeB# 33097 Sharon tompkins 631.907.1515





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The Ranches at Eastport 56 Hamptons Court Drive, Eastport Off Sunrise Highway North Service Road, Just West of Exit 62

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