Bridgehampton, NY

Northport’s Del Vino Vineyards purchases Krupski Farm in Riverhead

Del Vino Vineyards’ future land at Krupski Farm in Riverhead. (Courtesy photo) Northport’s Del Vino Vineyards has purchased the 30-acre Krupski Farm in Riverhead. The group plans to transform the Krupski property between Sound Avenue and Northville Turnpike, which has been farmed since 1966, into vineyards. “We believe...

Corvette-Powered Lincoln Futura Hot Rod Brims With Gotham Style

If you were born in this century, you have probably never heard of Lincoln's Futura concept from 1955. That said, you may recognize it as the basis of one of the most iconic Batmobiles ever made. Either way, it's the sort of car that you simply cannot buy, and that's a real pity. It harks back to a time when Lincoln was building some of the finest luxury cars America had to offer, and while plans are being made to recapture that fire in the future, there's a strong attraction to the ambitious and eclectic designs of the 1950s. So how does one satisfy the desire for a car that is unobtainable? By creating their own take on it, of course.

Bluff House by Robert Young in Montauk, New York

Robert Young has completed the Bluff House in Montauk, New York. This beautiful modern dwelling is overlooking Block Island Sound and is surrounded by lush greenery, a common theme in the designs of this studio, for example, the Kettle House project in Wainscott or the Mitchell Lane House project in Bridgehampton.

North Fork Dream Home: A tranquil woodsy retreat perched in Mattituck

“Tranquil retreat” are two words that immediately come to mind when stepping foot into this modern barn-styled home. A wall of windows and strategically placed skylights throughout fill the entire interior with tons of natural light and a calming green glow from the surrounding landscape. “Entering this stunning three-bedroom,...

Kristin Cavallari Is ‘Really Comfortable’ in Her Skin After Putting on ‘A Lot of Weight’ in a ‘Good Way’ While Training

Feeling good! Kristin Cavallari opened up about her fitness regimen — revealing why she looks at weight gain as a positive but won’t step on the scale. “My goal is sort of, right now, just to maintain the muscle that I have. I'm not trying to lose weight,” the 35-year-old designer exclusively told Us Weekly […]
Register Citizen

Hot vs. cold lobster rolls: At CT eateries, warm and buttery reigns supreme

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Connecticut lobster roll lovers' preferences may be summed up in two words emblazoned on a T-shirt: "NO MAYO." Employees at Liv's Shack in Old Saybrook and Liv's Dockside in Clinton wear black T-shirts with the sentiment, designed with a graphic of a lobster and a stick of butter. The apparel reflects the restaurants' position that butter is best when it comes to lobster rolls, but the idea initially came about as Robert Marcarelli and other Liv's employees were serving the seafood sandwiches at farmers' markets.
Herald & Review

5 tips for summer backyard entertaining on a budget

While you may never be on the Martha Stewart or Ina Garten level of home entertaining (after all, we don’t all have a home in East Hampton with a lush backyard), there’s no reason you can’t aspire to these mega-hostesses’ easy, breezy entertaining philosophies. And while...

Stotzky Park playground is a wreck

Spending time on a beautiful Friday evening at Stotzky Park, I was thoroughly impressed with the crowds watching baseball, softball, barbecues, and plenty of kids running around having a wonderful time. My son was busy playing in the playground with friends and while he’s 7 and oblivious to its slow...

Zach Erdem, Owner of 75 Main, Is Living His American Dream

Zach Erdem, the owner of the restaurants 75 Main and Blu Mar in Southampton Village, is living the American dream. Erdem, 41, was raised in Musaga Komu, Turkey, where he... more. In February, Olga, her husband Mykola, and her 6-year-old son Nikita traveled to Mexico for ... by Sophie Griffin.

The Fourth of July Parade: Continuing a Proud Tradition

The Fourth of July Parade in Ivoryton will return for its 15th annual celebration of the independence of the United States on July 4. The parade steps off from Walnut Street and will see its participants walk down Main Street turn onto Comstock Avenue briefly before returning to Main St. The parade will conclude at the gazebo at the Ivoryton Green for an honoring of the American flag, according to Chris Shane, the President of the Ivoryton Village Alliance.

Day readers decide the best fish and chips in the region

Forget basketball. The kind of bracket that food fans can get behind are the ones that The Day has been running, about the best lobster rolls, burgers, pizza and breakfasts in the region. The latest focus? Fish and chips. The Day just held "Fish & Chips Madness," where readers could...
Eyewitness News

Last official day of spring at Hammonassett state park

MADISON, Conn. (WFSB) - It might feel like summer but it’s not official yet. Tomorrow, summer officially kicks off at 5:14am. As summer kicks off tomorrow morning many enjoyed today with sunshine, temperatures in the upper 70s, and a nice breeze. “I’m ready for the summertime heat I would...