Business and Home

Carissa Katz
Fans of the world's most popular sport can find plenty of company at local bars and restaurants where televisions will be tuned live to the World Cup action in Russia. Topping the list is Rowdy Hall in East Hampton, where super fans can grab a seat each day starting at 11 a.m., and 10 a.m. once the top-16 rounds begin.
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The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
Judy D’Mello
They look the same, smell the same, and taste the same, as industrial hemp and marijuana belong to the same plant species, the Cannabis sativa. But that’s where the similarities end, because comparing industrial hemp to marijuana is like comparing a portobello mushroom to a psychedelic one.
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The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
Jamie Bufalino
A motel in East Hampton that once served as a de facto affordable housing complex is being transformed into a boutique hotel that is charging up to $907 for one night’s stay.
Isabel Carmichael
From cobalt blue to red to deep pewter, the colorful shoes passers-by will see in the window of Sabah, a small shopfront on Main Street in Amagansett next to Tack Trunk, are back this summer, still as a pop-up enterprise, but one that will be there for longer than last year, until Labor Day.
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Local Business Notes
Jennifer Landes
The Southampton Historical Museum will hold its annual Insider’s View house tour and benefit on Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m.
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The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.
Judy D’Mello
The Spur, a recently opened co-working and entrepreneurial space in Southampton, is a sort of a microenvironment that for a monthly fee offers an attractive work-life balance to a cohort of ambitious remote workers suffering from cabin fever.
Erica Broberg Smith
Do you ever dream of an old-fashioned beach house? A house with casual imperfection, simplicity, and no worry about sunscreen staining a custom sofa’s imported fabric? A house where you sit anywhere, put anything down wherever you want, sweep the floor with ease, and head to the beach? In East Hampton such a house, if you could find one, would be a rarity.
Photos by Durell Godfrey
Do you ever dream of an old-fashioned beach house? A house with casual imperfection, simplicity, and no worry about sunscreen staining a custom sofa’s imported fabric? A house where you sit anywhere, put anything down wherever you want, sweep the floor with ease, and head to the beach? In East Hampton such a house, if you could find one, would be a rarity.
Mark Segal
Tucked inconspicuously on Dayton Lane Extension in the Village of East Hampton is a small house with a long history. Now owned by Uwe Kind, an educator who invented
Photos by Durell Godfrey
Tucked inconspicuously on Dayton Lane Extension in the Village of East Hampton is a small house with a long history. Now owned by Uwe Kind, an educator who invented
Baylis Greene
Jason Norris said goodbye to chasing swordfish and tuna, hello to a different kind of green scene, toxin-free landscaping.