I devoured this book. Inhaled it greedily, as if I'd found a diary on Central Park South. At first, my pleasure was mean-spirited: with every passing day, I have less sympathy for mega-lawyers and bankers and their wives.
For an adult who loves to learn, but also loves marketing, who has a background in education and events, you aren't told what way to go. There is really only one thing to do and that is to create your own path.
Condos don't work in sag harbor. That's why I was very surprised to see one going up on a recent visit. To be an apartment building in prime sag harbor sounds good in theory, but I haven't seen it work yet.
Standing under the tent, watching the rain come down, it occurred to me that storms and cancer appear to have a lot in common. We can't control when it comes or what it will do when it gets here. We pray the storm will be contained and not spread.
The racket of helicopters heading to and returning from what has become the main aerial gateway of the Hamptons and Long Island's biggest noisemaker -- East Hampton Airport -- has been intense this summer.