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The words, mumbled while fishing for coins in my pocket, surprise me, though it was I that had uttered them.
New London, Thanksgiving Day, 11:30 a.m. I’ve allowed so much time to drive to Orient Point that I catch an earlier ferry and arrive an hour sooner than anticipated. I’m famished and everything is closed. Finally, not far from the Amtrak station, a small grocery, open.
Thanksgiving weekend brought a crush of visitors to Amagansett, and the shops and restaurants of Main Street enjoyed brisk business. Among them was Ganeaux, which opened at 167 Main Street on Nov. 24.
Christine Ganeaux, formerly a co-owner of Rube, across the street in Amagansett Square, hand-picked all of the merchandise in her new shop, which features an eclectic assortment of clothing, jewelry, accessories, books, scented candles, and more.
Christopher Thomas Stamp, who discovered and co-managed the Who for 10 years, founded the independent Track Records label, and called East Hampton home for 23 years, died on Saturday at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He was 70 and had cancer for the past year.
How do you get to Nashville’s famous Music Row? Practice, practice, practice.
But if you really want to succeed in the country music capital of the world, pick up a copy of “Making the Scene: Nashville,” a new book that details — as its subtitle states — how to live, network, and succeed in Music City.
Representative Tim Bishop joined representatives from the Committee to Restore and Preserve the Amagansett U.S. Life Saving and Coast Guard Station in thanking the United States Merchant Marine Academy for its donation of a wooden lifeboat.
Stevie Nicks charmed a capacity audience at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Sunday, where she discussed her 2011 album, "In Your Dreams," the making of which is depicted in "In Your Dreams - Stevie Nicks," which premiered at the Sag Harbor Cinema following her talk.