The opening was a lively evening of art viewing and people watching
Even those working the fair took time out to enjoy the scenery. Morgan McGivern photos
Missy Costanza was "Pop"-ular with her mother Barbara Costanza in front of one painting lampooning the culture of Wall Street.
Graffiti art continues to be a draw for collectors, such as this example by Copez Cest Kid presented by Dorian Grey Gallery of New York City. It was enjoyed by Audrey and Olga Grudin.
Karen Goerl took in the fair.
While it was smooth sailing inside, the scene outside was a bit more hectic, particularly on the approach to the fair on County Road 39.
Attendees making the scene to see and be seen.
Patrick McMullan and Edwina Sandys share a moment in front of her art work.
Sara Herbert-Galloway and Alexis Martino stand in front of the dramatic backdrop of Ms. Martino's photographs.

Neighbors’ concerns echo earlier debate

Maidstone Park ‘turning into Nassau County’
Vehicles parking on the beach at Maidstone Park have drawn the ire of some members of the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee, who complained to the East Hampton Town Trustees on Tuesday. Durell Godfrey

Mother sues siblings for access to lover’s estate

The East Hampton Ambulance Association is among those taking part in a new tactical ambulance program designed to provide better emergency coverage on the East End. Durell Godfrey

To save on health costs, employees are put on part-time hours
Employees at Waldbaum’s have had their hours cut back severely as part of the company’s efforts to reduce healthcare costs. Morgan McGivern

Rev. Alison Cornish moves on after establishing a place for progressives
The Rev. Alison Cornish is stepping down as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork in Bridgehampton on Sunday.

John Aldridge survived 12 hours in the ocean
John Aldridge was found exhausted and dehydrated but alive after at least 12 hours in the ocean. He was flown to the Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod, before being taken to Falmouth Hospital for further evaluation and treatment. U.S. Coast Guard/Petty Officer 3rd Class Ross Ruddell
Cathy Patterson, sister of John Aldridge, threw her hands in the air for joy after learning her brother was found safe by a Coast Guard helicopter crew.U.S. Coast Guard/Petty Officer 3rd Class Ross Ruddell
Petty Officer 2nd Class Ismael Velasquez and Petty Officer 3rd Class Michael Levdansky, both boatswain's mates of Coast Guard Station Montauk, coordinated search efforts for a person in the water while standing as radio watchstanders, July 24, 2013.U.S. Coast Guard/Petty Officer 2nd Class Erik Swanson
A Coast Guard helicopter taking part in the search for John Aldridge on Monday.Russell Drumm
A 47-foot motor lifeboat crew of Coast Guard Station Montauk, N.Y., departs the station to search for a person in the water off Montauk Point, July 24, 2013. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Erik Swanson.