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  1. Spend Your Last Weeks of Summer in East Hampton and AmagansettA guide to the area’s many beaches (including tips on parking and permits), restored-carriage-house inns, vegan smoothies, and spin-class options.
  2. gallery
    Young Jackie Kennedy on the South ForkPreview a new photography show by Bert Morgan at the East Hampton Historical Society.
  3. design hunting
    Preview Quietly Striking Works From the Drawing Room Gallery’s Summer ShowAdam Bartos’s photos and Jack Youngerman’s birch sculptures will be on display in East Hampton.
  4. Grub Guides
    12 New Places Where You Should Be Eating in the Hamptons This Summer (With aTacos from the Tacombi team, a pub in Sag Harbor, Tom Colicchio’s latest, and more.
  5. the hamptons
    Some Kind of Large Jungle Cat May Be on the Loose in East HamptonUh oh.
  6. beaches of mammon
    Who Owns the Sand? Beach Squabbles in East Hampton Property lines that shift with tides and lawsuits.
  7. real estate
    Man Rents Hamptons Home to Clintons for a SmileElie Hirschfeld has an interesting clause in his rental agreement.
  8. lady gaga
    Gaga for the HamptonsYou’ll never guess who’s been seen house-hunting.
  9. intel
    It’s Going to Be a Lovely Memorial Day Weekend!Especially if you’re in Southampton.
  10. summering
    In the Hamptons, the Suffering Is Finally OverA year ago, “people got by with last year’s tennis outfit.” No more.
  11. Temporary Openings
    Look for Pop-up Nobu in East Hampton This SummerBut don’t expect to get a table there.
  12. first-world problems
    Recession Radically Transforms East HamptonLuxury retailers close up shop, residents forced to wear plaid.
  13. vu.
    Madonna Renting English Manor in the Hamptons?Madge may have left England behind, but she still loves her country mansions.
  14. Openings
    What to Eat at the Blue Parrot in East HamptonMartha Stewart’s favorite “joint” is back.
  15. summering
    On the East End: Swine Flu 2, LiLo 0Didn’t make it to the Hamptons yet? Here’s everything that happened to everyone worth knowing.
  16. Meanwhile in the Hamptons
    Hamptons Hubbub: 1Oak Moves Into Lily PondA look at the space and at 1Oak’s Hamptons-upped logo.
  17. summering
    Chevy Chase Hits a Line Drive in East HamptonLearn what an eruv is! It’s the controversial talk of (possibly anti-Semitic!) Westhampton right now. Then welcome an Iraqi refugee and an Ohio maid to the East End! And peep the mad antics of Agassi, Graff, Zabar and Chase (Chevy!) in our Hamptons weekend round-up.
  18. summering
    New Real Housewife Kelly Killoren Bensimon Is All Over the HamptonsPlus, David Paterson hits the East End, Seinfeld plays ball, and Jeff Corwin thinks the Montauk Monster is just a raccoon. All in our Hamptons roundup.
  19. summering
    ‘Martial Law’ About to Hit the Hamptons?While celebs shopped like mad at the Super Saturday benefit in the Hamptons, Starbucks were closing, Molly Sims was late for her own party, ‘SATC”s Jason Lewis ran on the beach, and all the scarecrows fell down!
  20. in other news
    East Hampton Goes Broke, Other Hamptons Shudder in DisgustThe municipality, which includes summer homes of many rich-and-famous New Yorkers, only has $900 in the bank.
  21. summering
    Regis Philbin Wears a SpeedoThat’s right. The Rege fancies a banana hammock. Reflect on that for a moment, then click through to read about all of the other things the rich and famous did in the Hamptons this past weekend.
  22. intel
    Exotic Clinton Getaway in East HamptonIn the days between her concession and her appearances campaigning on behalf of Senator Obama, the Clintons were rumored to have made like average, filthy-rich New Yorkers and hit the Hamptons.
  23. summering
    They Have a Problem With the White Lines in East HamptonYour Monday-morning wrap-up of everything that went down in the Hamptons this weekend, in case you missed it.
  24. summering
    Billy Joel Goes Hog WildThe Piano Man takes out his motorcycle and doesn’t crash into anything, which is always a good thing.
  25. gossipmonger
    We Admit, We Think It’s Kinda Gross That David Cross Is Dating Amber TamblynToday’s gossip includes a teary Laurence Fishburne, an irritable Derek Jeter, and dueling hairstylists. But we just can’t get over the Cross thing.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Dylan’s Candy Bar Expands to the HamptonsEast Hampton: Dylan’s Candy Bar will open its first chainlet store on Main Street on August 4. [Restaurant Girl] Gowanus: Joy sucked out of the opening of Kyoto Japanese restaurant on Smith Street as high rents have knocked out another small business next door. [Gowanus Lounge] Greenport: Mike Osinski earns 75 cents a piece for oysters he grows in the water off his backyard. Trading two dozen mollusks to get out of a traffic violation: priceless. [NYT] Hell’s Kitchen: The cafeteria in the new Times building offers a sushi roll branded the “News Room.” [Gawker] Lower East Side: Cronkite Pizzeria served its last pie Saturday. [Eater] Midtown East: The Farmer’s Market at Rockefeller Center will be open Thursdays to Saturdays through August 19. [Grub Street] Midtown West: Barbecue snobs may disregard the following: Brother Jimmy’s is opening a new location near Penn Station. [The Strong Buzz] Nolita: Vig Bar looks closed. [Down by the Hipster] West Village: Piano bar Rose’s Turn will turn down its lights forever on July 22. [Lost City] Day-O is closed for repairs. [Grub Street]
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Old Frenchmen Pass Facial Inspection at GoldBar in Little ItalyBrooklyn Heights: “Closed by the Commissioner of Health” clearly taken lightly at Heights Cafe where diners have been spotted munching the mediocre fare. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Chelsea: Richard Ruben, author of The Farmer’s Market Cookbook, will host classes at the Institute of Culinary Education starting June 1 that begin with an ingredient hunt at Union Square’s Greenmarket. [Blog Chelsea] East Hampton: Restaurants open seven days starting this weekend, including Nick & Toni’s and Harbor Bistro. [Hamptons.com] Fort Greene: Locals search for answers to the fate of the space at Lafayette and Cumberland Avenues, have high hopes for Thai but as yet no answers. [Brooklyn Record] Little Italy: A two-way mirror intensifies the door policy at GoldBar, but if you have a face like an old Frenchman, you shouldn’t have a problem. [Down by the Hipster] Prospect Heights: Flatbush Farm hosting another barbecue this weekend. [Eater]
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