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.
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.