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Local Business Notes
Christopher Walsh
Fifty years after its opening, John’s Drive-In continues to serve the burgers, fries, milkshakes, and ice cream for which it is known and loved by residents and visitors alike.
Isabel Carmichael
Suzi Wilson, who worked as a personal stylist at J. Crew in East Hampton for 12 years, has moved to What Goes Around Comes Around, a shop also on Main Street that carries what it calls vintage women’s clothing, where she will be the personal stylist and general manager.
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Local Business Notes
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The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
Jackie Pape
After 16 years at the Southampton Village location, the Stevensons turned their vision of opening a second store into a reality.
Jennifer Landes
There are plenty of garden tours to enliven the summer and provide sneak peeks behind the hedges, but few allow participants past the front door.
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Local Business Notes
Star Staff
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
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Hampton Luxury Liner was busy over Memorial Day weekend, its first since making a come back under new ownership.
Taylor K. Vecsey
A fire rendered the Safelite AutoGlass building in Bridgehampton unusable for now, but it has not stopped business.
Judy D’Mello
Andrew Geller’s uninhibited, angular houses of the 1950s and 1960s were cut from a playful mold. He was known as “the architect of happiness,” having designed the prefabricated Leisurama houses marketed for middle-income families by Macy’s, which came fully furnished.
Judy D’Mello
“It was so special — a three-story house,” Viola Rouhani, the architect of what became the Treehouse in Amagansett, said. “We knew we had to preserve it and have it grandfathered in to keep that view.”
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The 1894 oil painting above, by Mary Nimmo Moran, is an imaginative rendering of a long garden she planted along the south border of the Moran House property on East Hampton’s Main Street, where she and her husband, the painter Thomas Moran, lived in the late 19th century.
Mark Segal
From Kips Bay to Pasadena, designer show houses across the country afford opportunities for interior designers to display their talents while at the same time raising money for a wide range of charitable causes.