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Buying the Farm
Lang Phipps | July 30, 2014

It’s been a good two years for the Peconic Land Trust.

Last August was the 30th anniversary of the organization, founded in 1983 to conserve Long Island’s heritage of working farms and pristine natural beauty. In May, the Southampton Town...

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Growing Interests
Campion Platt | July 30, 2014

Our Hamptons house is an ongoing experiment in renovation, expansion and embellishment. My wife, Tatiana, our children, and I are always dreaming up fun ways to add to our summer getaway. Last year it was an elevated fire pit and a playhouse—both of...

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Flights of Imagination
Ross Bleckner | July 30, 2014

Ross Bleckner: You were primarily a portrait artist, but recently switched to sculpture. Why?
Adrian Nivola: In portraiture, since you’re dealing with other people—your impression of their...

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The Method to Metamorphosis
Tracy Anderson | July 30, 2014

Transformation. Metamorphosis. Self-empowerment.

These are career-long obsessions as I strive to help people become their best selves. Rather than fitness fads or yo-yo dieting, my method is based on scientific research, and my...

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Whine Tour
Karen Bergreen | July 30, 2014

I love a good family vacation. So do the husband and kids. Of course, we all have different ideas of the perfect trip: I long to backpack in South Africa while a guide holds my things and every so often passes around hors d’oeuvres. My kids would love to install...

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Editor's Letter: July 30-Aug. 12, 2014
Cristina Cuomo | July 30, 2014

To that end, short stories, one-act plays, poems and book excerpts are the ingredients of this issue’s delicious Fictionist pie (as we like to think of it), in which we’ve mixed irony, a little soul-...

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Third Degree with… Anthony Bourdain
The Editors | July 30, 2014

Which six iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Orson Welles; actress Louise Brooks; British intelligence officer Kim Philby, who was actually a KGB spy; Ava Gardner; Iggy Pop; and movie...

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Boyhood Dreams
Cristina Cuomo | July 29, 2014

When I met Ethan Hawke 20 years ago, he was a freewheeling young guy with a love of life, writing (his first novel, The Hottest State, was already in the works), muscle cars, Bob Dylan records and deep late-night conversations at the West Village...

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Shooting the Waves
Interview by Leif Engstrom | July 18, 2014

Leif Engstrom: How did you become interested in photography?
Justin Burkle: When I was growing up, my father, who worked for an airline, always had cameras around. My brothers and I would take offshore...

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Shooting Stars
Interview by Lisa Perry | July 18, 2014

Lisa Perry: In 30 years, who were the most memorable people that you photographed?
Jonathan Becker: I don’t know why, but I always think of Dr. Kevorkian. There were two assignments. The first was when...

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Girl Most Likely
Interview by Kelly Ripa | July 18, 2014

Kelly Ripa: I’m so excited you’re at Guild Hall!
Marlo Thomas: I am too! And I can’t wait for you to see this play; you’re going to love it.

I can’t wait, either....

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