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Third Degree with Michael Strahan
The Editors | July 3, 2014

Which five people would be at your dream dinner party?
Martin Luther King Jr., JFK, God, Jesus and Jackie Robinson, because he broke barriers in all sports.

Who would play you in your film...

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Actions Speak Lauder
Kelly Klein | July 1, 2014

Despite the formidable family legacy behind her, cosmetics heiress Aerin Lauder—style and image director of Estée Lauder—is doing anything but resting on her dynastic laurels. Two years after launching Aerin, her beauty and lifestyle brand,...

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Healthful Eating in the East End
Fernanda Niven | June 24, 2014

1. Fresh Hamptons
French Culinary Institute graduate Todd Jacobs serves up something for everyone at Fresh Hamptons: raw, gluten-free and vegetarian...

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Workouts for Beach Bodies
Sahar Khan | June 13, 2014

1. Bootcamp-lovers will rejoice this summer as Barry’s Bootcamp is bringing its high-energy workouts to a brand-new studio in Amagansett. 199 Main...

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Summer’s Best Beach Reads
Charline Spektor | June 5, 2014

1. The Snow Queen by Michael Cunningham ($26, Farrar Straus & Giroux)
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Hours comes a contemporary and...

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Open Season
Heather Corcoran | June 2, 2014

1. Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter
Although not technically a pop-up, the luxury shopping meccas have introduced new same-day delivery...

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Fictionist: A Tribute to Peter Matthiessen
The Editors | May 16, 2014

At Peace, In Harmony
An ode to Matthiessen from his son, Alex Matthiessen

These are three passages I read aloud at my father’s burial ceremony. He was buried in Sagaponack, where...

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Foreign Affairs
Suzanne Gannon, Tom Clavin and Harry Hurt III | May 16, 2014

Mark Wilson & Claudja Bicalho: The Escape Artists
One of the Hamptons’ most popular pop-ups, the Lazypoint Variety Store in Amagansett (which recently moved to a new location on Main Street), is...

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Arianna Unplugged
Arianna Huffington | May 16, 2014

Few among us are immune to the gravitational pull of constant connectivity. It’s about as constant as the pull of the moon on the tides. 

I personally carry one iPhone and three BlackBerrys (I know, I know). Once, while vacationing in...

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The Knightley News
Anne Marie O’Connor | May 16, 2014

Keira Knightley was getting awfully sick of expiring.

“In each of my [recent] films, I either died or was subjected to a new situation that was more horrific than the last,” she says. Indeed, she’s experienced a virtual...

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