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History in the Hamptons

Memorial Day barbecues aren’t the only way to celebrate history in the Hamptons. After several years of ultra-modern being the prevailing trend in home décor, antiques are making a comeback, area designers say. Whether it’s unique finds from flea ...

Keeping an Eye on History

When the real estate developer Bob Tortora arrived on the East End of Long Island in 1998, Sag Harbor was a quiet town where writers and editors lived. Back then, you could buy a historic house with rickety floors, low ceilings, and drafty old windows

Glorious Grasses

Are you in search of the perfect seashore plants – plants with an informal, beachy feel that are easy to grow, don’t need much in the way of care, and look great all summer long – even into fall? Plants that don’t need spraying or primping, that aren’t ...

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