A helicopter at East Hampton Airport
Alice Harris with the cover from her book "Blow Me a Kiss"
Durell Godfrey, photos
"Gosman's or Duryea's? Hmmm," Rand Paul seemed to muse after receiving mixed messages over where he should go for a lobster roll, according to the New York Post.
Mary Emmerling with her book on the American Flag
Aerin Lauder arrived to sign her book "Beauty at Home."
Bill O'Reilly ditched the suit for a more casual weekend look at the event.
Dick Cavett took a break from signing for some clams at his table.
Giada De Laurentiis
Lynn Sherr with her book on Sally Ride
Salps at Atlantic Avenue Beach on Sunday
Charges against Nathaniel H. Miller, an East Hampton Town Trustee who received support from many colleagues and friends, were dropped on Thursday.
Lauren Bacall at a South Fork benefit
Lauren Bacall leaned in for a chat with Sidney Lumet and Keren Saks at a benefit for Bay Street Theater at the old Waterside restaurant in Noyac after a concert by Julie Andrews in 1992.Jack Otter
Lauren Bacall with Vice President Harry S. Truman in 1945Harry S, Truman Library and Museum
Picassos, eBay Pollocks, a submarine, counterfeit bills, this one’s got it all
John Re, right, with an unidentified man aboard his Deep Quest submarine, in a 2006 image from the Belleair Bee newspaper in Florida
Chary Southmayd/Tampa Bay Newspapers
John Re claims his U.S.S. Deep Quest submarine was built by Lockheed and used by the Navy, but a former exhibits chief for Navy Museums Northwest in Keyport, Wash., says the real Deep Quest is in that museum.
A Missouri farmer extols the health benefits of new ‘super food’
Aronia berries, described as a new “super food.”
Aronia berries growing on a Midwestern farm. A similar operation has been proposed for town-owned Amagansett farmland. Henry C. Blazer
Village sees loopholes, reshuffles committee
Trustees double down on Georgica closure to crabbing
Georgica Pond taken from end of West End Road for possible trustee pond closure story.
‘Where else do you see an organization peddling joy?’
“Part of our mission is to show people that circus is a noteworthy art form,” as well as a good time, said Mary Jane Brock, vice chairwoman of the not-for-profit Big Apple Circus.