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Alexandra the Great
Interview by Carla Gugino | May 27, 2015

Carla Gugino: I’m so excited for San Andreas! Let’s talk about that first. Because of the people involved, I knew the movie was going to be epic and visually amazing. But when I read the script, I was also taken...

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Bridgehampton with Beach Magazine
| March 5, 2015

Beach Editor-in-Chief Cristina Cuomo joins interior designer Austin Handler for a peek inside an elegant Bridgehampton home with an aquatic touch.


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Catch of the Day
Beth Landman | September 3, 2014

1. Topping Rose House (1 Bridgehampton/ Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton) has teamed with Wolffer Estate Vineyards to offer a pig roast each Sunday in August and...

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How Movies Made it to the Beach
Steven Gaines | August 27, 2014

Truth be told, when a group of us set out to create the Hamptons International Film Festival in 1993, we had no idea what we were doing. All we had were...

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Driven to Thrill
Harry Hurt III | August 27, 2014

Eric Villency is driving his 1968 vintage Austin Moke with the glee of a man indulging in a hard-earned treat.

It’s a lucent afternoon in Bridgehampton, and Villency has the canopy down, the pedal to the metal and a two-lane-wide grin on his...

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Master of Ceremonies
James Servin | August 27, 2014

“My mother was very much known to wake me and my friends up at two in the morning to see a movie—Imitation of Life, Mame, Funny Girl, Love Story, The Bad Seed, anything by Hitchcock,” says Anne Chaisson, executive director...

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Betting the Farm
Martha McCully | August 27, 2014

If you’re looking to buy half a pig to put in your freezer for the winter, learn how to contra dance, listen to poetry on a rolling lawn under a gigantic copper beech tree or try your hand at organic farming—or if you just want to get an idea...

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Morning Glories
Cristina Cuomo and Camille Hunt | Photography by Daniel Gonzalez | August 27, 2014

The Hamptons' best breakfasts are harder to come by than you'd think—they require an overnight stay at one of the East End's beautiful old inns. Here are three of the best.


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Young Hollywood
Lesley M. M. Blume | August 27, 2014

Lesley M.M. Blume: Many readers likely associate you with the world of fashion, thanks to your time at Vogue and your first book, American Beauty. What compelled you to document the film world?

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Hollywood East
Produced by Ray Rogers | August 27, 2014

While he considers himself “truly bicoastal—I go to L.A. almost every week”—it’s no surprise that talent manager Jason Weinberg chooses to stay largely East Coast-...

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Overheard in the Hamptons
Seth Herzog | August 27, 2014

1. “Building another pool into the upper deck of the house, but technically, I have to call it a ‘shed.’”
–At Starbucks in East Hampton

2. “Some people say I’m a neglectful parent...

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Third Degree with… Bob Balaban
The Editors | August 27, 2014

What five iconic guests would be at your dream dinner party?
Marie Antoinette; Sophocles; Rahm Emanuel; Julius Caesar; and Mickey Rooney. I can only imagine the sparks that would fly.


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