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There is a transition happening in how we supply and use energy. Below is a conversation with Gordian Raacke of Renewable Energy Long Island which promotes clean, sustainable energy use and generation on Long Island...
Absence really does make the heart grow fonder for some East End couples. A famously happy example can be found in Ina and Jeffrey Garten. The East Hampton- and Southport, Connecticut based super duo have taken being apart in stride during their 50-plus years together...
Not so long ago, Paris had a reputation as being a city in gastronomic decline, one whose hallowed culinary traditions have been overshadowed by new ones created by inventive upstarts in Barcelona and Denmark. But that’s not the case...
Luxury comes at a price, and nowhere is the old chestnut more true than in the rarified world of Paris boutique hotels. But between the weak euro and the strong dollar, the city‘s most delightful indulgences have suddenly become a lot more affordable...
This past fall, Sag Harbor’s Grenning Gallery, known for showing the works of classically...
1. Plant The Future Munny Rockstar Airplants, $98.00; plantthefuture.com...
Selecting her most special space at her 20- acre property in Water Mill is easy for Jill...
Living on the East End most definitely has its perks. Home to some of the most beautiful and prized land in the nation, it’s also a place where our friends and neighbors are among the most notable people in the world. Here’s what they’re...
One thing that distinguishes the work of Shelter Island artist, Sylvia Hommert, is her use of unusual materials – from crystalline mineral salts to metal leaf. It’s all in her effort to capture the “liquid and fluid nature of light,” she says. “I am...
We are fortunate that more and more popular summer restaurants are serving up their fare all year long. Here is a trio of new eateries that have kept their doors open this season....