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Back To The Future Nov 22, 13 10:18 AM

My grandmother’s 1936 Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, from which I often quote, doesn’t have a definition... more

Watson Family Thanksgiving Panache Nov 21, 13 6:41 PM

Mammam’s stuffing was richly textured, full of flavor, slightly spicy, and for Kansas City, quite exotic. Wild rice from... more

Burn Thanksgiving Calories In The Garden Nov 21, 13 6:24 PM

For many of us, the Thanksgiving weekend means four days off from work. It also typically means we’ve had too much... more

Houses On Tour In East Hampton Nov 20, 13 11:42 AM

Every house has a story.

Some are contemporary tales, woven with modern architecture and clean lines. Others are hundreds... more

AIA Awards East End Architects Nov 18, 13 2:03 PM

At this year’s Daniel J. Rowen Memorial Design Awards Program—run by the American Institute of Architects Peconic Chapter—a... more

A Garden For All Seasons Nov 18, 13 10:22 AM

Many gardens in the Hamptons are strictly summer affairs, full of color from June to August and not much to look at the rest of... more

Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark Nov 17, 13 2:17 PM

In about four weeks we will have reached the time of the year when the sun is depressingly low and gives us the least amount of... more

Nonstop Planting Offers A Garden For Every Day Of The Year Nov 13, 13 9:20 AM

Gardening is not a hobby for Margaret Roach. It is not about growing a perfect tomato or pruning a stunning rose.

It is... more

Prepping House And Yard For Winter Nov 12, 13 1:24 PM

To the trained eye, a dune is not just a pile of sand. It is a grainy network, wired with vegetation and a root system that holds... more

Southampton Was Home To 'Downton Abbey' Style 100 Years Ago Nov 10, 13 9:36 AM

Perhaps without meaning to be, “Downton Abbey” has been a polarizing television show since its debut almost three years... more

Some Barks Are Worse Than A Bite Nov 9, 13 5:34 PM

For as long as I can remember, there’s been a pet in my life.

I’ve had my share of mice, gerbils, guinea pigs,... more

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Nov 9, 13 4:58 PM

With the fall season under way, the harsh sunlight of summer has ended and the leaves are fast falling from the trees. But how... more

Montauk Poster Snares Thousands At Auction Nov 4, 13 12:21 PM

Since October 19, Montauk Library has welcomed a number of visitors who weren’t looking for books.

Instead, they’ve... more

Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects Win AIA Awards Nov 4, 13 9:40 AM

Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects recently won two Awards from the American Institute of Architects Long Island Chapter.

The... more

Water Everywhere, But Not Necessarily Where It's Needed Nov 3, 13 4:57 PM

Yes, we’re in a drought.It’s not unusual for our area to have rather dry falls but they are usually punctuated... more
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