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.
With the July 4th Weekend approaching, many New Yorkers are looking forward to their favorite beach getaway: The Hamptons. Whether you're visiting for a day or the season, you'll have a number of new retailers to serve a variety of needs.
Home to about 8 million folks -- and tons of our readers -- the Big Apple is a behemoth destination to explore itself. But should you be longing to escape the crowded streets, know you're in similar company: New York's residents seemingly flock out town every Friday.
Upon meeting Michelle and Jared, the bride- and groom-to-be, I knew that I was in for an unforgettable experience (chalk it up, perhaps, to their "exotic" culinary requests of alligator and squirrel, among other things).
You can have a wedding with the sophisticated chic style of the Hamptons without putting yourself into debt. I've got five chic "over-the-top but understated" ideas that will bring the style of the Hamptons easily to your wedding.
On Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs, the remaining chefs faced freaky chefonomics: each got $500 and two hours to make a three-course seafood menu for 20 Hamptons residents. The result would subtract not one but two chefs.