For an increasing number, a good reason to be on the South Fork in summer is music. Not only have Music to Know and Escape to New York sprouted, but concerts in classical genres have increased in number.
In that era the game of Halt! was played in which one froze at the word in whatever posture one was in and I do not remember the rest of it.
By the end of 2009, it seemed all print media companies were on the verge of collapse. Bankruptcies and layoffs were the common headlines generated by activities happening in the very newsrooms reporting them
Anton Fig, the drummer responsible for driving the orchestra for the David Letterman show for the past 25 years, loves the links, the Montauk Downs course in particular.
The Hamptons Institute will return to Guild Hall in its second iteration beginning tomorrow with “The Producers,” a panel discussion focused on the changing and differing roles of theater producers in the high-stakes real estate of Broadway.
Tommy Mottola has entered the East Hampton art community with a space on Main Street called Gallery Valentine and both guns blazing.