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I feel like I spent most of the month of April in Tom Field’s basement. This may sound like an odd statement, I realize, but if you have any connection to the network of emergency medical providers on the South Fork, you get it.
Gosh, I love it when a restaurant is a pleasant surprise! I don’t know what I expected from the new Winston’s Bar and Grill where Nichol’s used to be on Montauk Highway in East Hampton, but I just didn’t expect such good food.
Memorial Day arrives and the farmers markets are open. Vineyards, restaurants and other venues hit their full stride with the opening of the summer seeason.

“Come here! Come out here!” my father called to my little brother and me through the screen door.

After a successful career at the white-shoe law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton in Manhattan, Louis Begley took up fiction writing at the age of 57.
If the name Geoffrey Drummond is not familiar, it should be. For years, the East Hampton-based producer and director has provided armchair epicureans the vicarious thrill of watching others perform miraculous feats in the kitchen.
The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season with a flood of art openings. Don't miss “A Whale of a Show,” at The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum with artwork selected by Dan Rizzie and Peter Marcelle.
Gardening worldwide is undergoing a sea change as ecological considerations become more influential in our garden-making decisions.
With the unofficial start of summer upon us, music is about to fill the air, indoors and out, in the golden sunlight and late into the starry night.