Residents of Sagaponack, including Gerard Kleinbaum, standing, gathered Saturday to ask questions about the village board’s idea to create its own police department.
Carrie Ann Salvi
The organizer of a 10-hour Saturday dance party at Albert’s Landing Beach in Amagansett described it in a permit application as an intimate event for friends and relatives. Town officials now have doubts about that assertion.
David E. Rattray
Some residents have objected to vehicles parking on the sand along the Three Mile Harbor shore at Maidstone Park and have asked the East Hampton Town Trustees to impose a ban.
David E. Rattray
Lou Reed stopped for a moment to pose with the artist in front of his "head."
Morgan McGivern, photos
Cindy Sherman, who lives in Springs, also attended the preview.
Casual beach fabulousness was the style of the moment at Friday's preview.
Chuck Close posed for a photo before the lunch with, from left, Mickey Straus, Christina Strassfield, and Michael Lynne.
The line to get into the talk spilled out and down Main Street.
Mickey Straus and Mort Zuckerman had time to clown around a bit for the camera on Saturday.
Robert Storr and Chuck Close stood outside Guild Hall before the talk.
Susan Mark and Pam Pantzer chose colorful tunics and hats to ward off the sun at Saturday's lunch.
Gwyneth Paltrow sported shoulder pads and minimal makeup for her appearance and signing.
Durell Godfrey, photos
Dr. Ruth is still sharing her tips for a fulfilling sex life, now part of the popular "for dummies" series.
Marcus Samuelsson's memoir, published last year, is still a hit with readers.
Katie Beers, one of the more local celebrities, now has a book out on her life in East Hampton.
Joanie McDonnell, from Amagansett, came to Authors Night with her thriller "Bolero."
Clive Davis, seen with Barbara Goldsmith, has written a memoir of his life in the music industry.
Mary Emmerling had her "Art of the" series with her at the signing.
Jeffrey Lyons, who has a house in Orient, came to the signing with his memoir.
Gabby Giffords (center), the former Arizona congresswoman who was shot at an event in her district, was surrounded by admirers upon her arrival.
A.M. Homes, a honorary chairwoman of the event, sat with James Hume
The Ditch Plain Life-Saving Station at Ditch Plain Beach, moved farther inland to a five-acre parcel, recently sold for $3.25 million.
Adam Manson was already in deep financial trouble when this photo was taken in 2008.
Federal prosecutors plan to seize the Panoramic View in Montauk if its owners are found guilty of charges stemming from an alleged $96 million Ponzi scheme. T.E. McMorrow