Returning for its 30th year, the Hamptons International Film Festival kicks off on Friday, October 7 and runs through Sunday, October 16.
Anyone who has written a book report for a traditional English class in High School or Junior High is more than familiar with the titles Travels with Charley, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, Cannery Row and more works by Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winning author John Steinbeck.
So, guess what? Quaint, bucolic Water Mill is actually named for a water-powered grist mill! Recently, the Water Mill museum installed an exhibition highlighting the history of ice boating in and around Water Mill. Ice boating, which began in Holland in the early 1600s, was a practical means to transport goods during the winter when local waterways were frozen solid...
The historic hamlet is seeing a boom in popularity with rising property values and new restaurants on the scene. It started heating up last season with the opening of...
Now in its fifth decade, the Hampton Classic is the perfect end to the perfect summer. A true see-and-be-seen event, featuring famous horsemen and horsewomen from all over the globe, stunning equines, and characters from all walks of the Hamptons glitterati...
ore than a decade later, 8 Hands Farm is now located on 28 acres on bucolic Cox Lane in Cutchogue, purchased in concert with the Peconic Land Trust.
From amazing dune walks to quiet nature preserves, the East End is home to some of the most picturesque trails to be found in New York.
The Montauk Boatmen & Captains Association Helps Protect the Rights of the Local Fishing Community.
From the day he sold his first Radio Flyer full of Eaton’s Neck oysters at age 11, for $224, Mike knew he was “hooked”.
When you hear “Very Peri”, what do you see in your mind’s eye? A fistful of warm-hued blue crayons?