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Amagansett Richard Webb of the East Hampton Town Parks Department reported on June 3 that the urinal and sink in the men’s room and the sink in the women’s room in the comfort station at Albert’s Landing Beach had been vandalized....
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
The Star’s hunter-gatherer, Durell Godfrey, who has an eye for the whacky, looked for the nifty and found the groovy. Is that called syzygy?
Awhite, two-story house with a sailboat in the driveway on a quiet East Hampton street gives no clue to the artistry and craftsmanship of its inhabitants. Once inside, however, the creativity of its owners, Abigail and Paul Vogel, is visible everywhere.
Most interior designers meticulously arrange their clients’ houses before being photographed, spending hours fluffing pillows, folding towels, and filling each room with vases of freshly cut flowers. But when the camera recently turned on his own house, which is hexagonal and sits on stilts on the oceanfront in Amagansett, David Netto, an interior...
“Past Present” by Susan Sully is a $45 coffee table book about 20 houses across the country that are filled with antiques. In part, it is a dream book for those who never tire of looking at antiques, even if they didn’t inherit any and can’t afford to collect them. And, in part, it is a guide to living with them graciously. Among its 200...

There are certain plants that any gardener interested in eating well will want to have, and among them, strawberries top my list. Unlike most vegetables, which can take all summer to grow and need to be replanted each year, strawberries ripen from late spring through midsummer. Once established, they need minimal care. And they are particularly...
Marie Judith Fenley Esposito of Montauk, who was introduced to the hamlet as a teenager in 1955 when her grandfather built a house on East Lake Drive, died on June 21.
Raymond John Warme of Montauk, a retired construction contractor, died at Stony Brook Hospital on June 26 of complications following surgery.