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2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour Benefiting the East Hampton Historical Society, Cocktails and Tour Welcome In the Holiday Season 

Opening Night Cocktails at Maidstone Club: Friday, November 23 (6 – 8 p.m.) House Tour: Saturday, November 24 (1 – 4:30 p.m.)

 The East Hampton Historical Society announced their 2018 House & Garden Tour, showcasing some of the finest examples of historical and modern architecture in the Hamptons.  This year’s tour consisting of five unique houses is scheduled for Saturday, November 24, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. 

A kick-off Cocktail Party on the evening of Friday, November 23, welcomes in this year’s highly anticipated House Tour. This annual event, now in its 34thyear, will be held at the historical Maidstone Club, ringing in the East End holiday season in style!

Explore our Historical Past through a Kaleidoscope of Distinctive Houses By Sea, By Bay and South-of-the Highway

The East Hampton Historical Society’s House Tour Committee has creatively selected five houses that express the unique spirit of living on the East End.  The society’s annual house tour offers a one-time-only glimpse inside some of our town’s most storied residences.  Whether you’ve longed to step inside a landmarked residence along East Hampton’s Historic District, yearned to take a peek at well-appointed homes South-of-the-Highway, or prefer the clean lines of contemporary architecture – this year’s tour offers a combination of houses that are sure to delight.

Step back into History, The David Huntting House, circa 1800

Located in East Hampton’s Historic District, the David Huntting House is one of five distinguished homes on the 2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour, traditionally held over Thanksgiving weekend. This stately shingled house is known, by local architectural historians, for its beautifully proportioned pilastered front door surround, its paneled double doors and a remarkable curving stairway. The house has undergone a major renovation and restoration in the last two years and looks refreshed and appealing. Come and get first looks at this historical gem!

Inspired by an Exclusive Adirondack Resort –See what Dreams are made of…

9 Two Holes Of Water Rd, East Hampton, NY

Known as the William H. Babcock House (circa 1720), this regal residence originally stood on Main Street and was relocated to its present location in 1964.  The white picket fence is a replica from its Main Street days. The owners, working with East End architect Kitty McCoy, renovated the historic timber frame house in 2016-17.  Materials and details from the existing house were judiciously added to the new additions.This aesthetically pleasing, local landmark is now located South-of-the-Highway, East Hampton Village.

South-of-the Highway , 1720 Meticulous Renovation

Tria Giovan Photography

Known as the William H. Babcock House (circa 1720), this regal residence originally stood on Main Street and was relocated to its present location in 1964.  The white picket fence is a replica from its Main Street days. The owners, working with East End architect Kitty McCoy, renovated the historic timber frame house in 2016-17. Materials and details from the existing house were judiciously added to the new additions.This aesthetically pleasing, local landmark is now located South-of-the-Highway, East Hampton Village.

A Modern “Box” Infused with Warmth, Color and the Illusions of Space

Situated on Bluff Road, overlooking the Atlantic, this spectacular Modern house has been infused with warmth, color, and the design aesthetic of renowned interior designer David Netto.  To very loosely paraphrase Winston Churchill, this is the lesson: “Never, never, never settle for a boring house.

Respect the box, but never let modernism harden into a doctrine that stops people from being comfortable or from living the way they want to. It may be the architect’s mission to create a crisp, minimal envelope, but it is the decorator’s job to find ways to add mood and sensuality, even through illusion”.  Enjoy the collaboration of architectural and interior design missions, woven into perfect harmony in this “Mid-Century Summer’s Night Dream”.

“Salty Dog” Begs for some Lap TimeAffectionately named by designer Jessie Della Femina, “Salty Dog” is her answer to the challenge of building a new, modern home that looks like it belongs with the quaint cottages that have dotted Wainscott for centuries. It has been designed to be traditional and unassuming in style – both inside and out – but with modern amenities and technology.  With a smaller lot, the house maximizes its footprint and outdoor features with a small pool, outdoor dining area, and an outdoor sitting area with a fire place. Ms. Della Femina is an avid estate sale visitor with a passion for recovering, repainting and restoring the items she finds. More than three quarters of the furniture and decorative items in the house were found at local estate sales (some were refurbished and others left as they were found). Enjoy “Salty Dog” – bring a biscuit!

Tickets to the Opening Night Cocktail Party are $200 each, which includes entry to the House Tour the following day.  Tickets to the self-guided 2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour are $65 in advance and $75 on the day of the tour. Admission can be bought via:

  • Website: www.easthamptonhistory.org
  • Phone at 631-324-6850
  • Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, on Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

*Images and content provided by Lynn Stefanelli, East Hampton Historial 

 

 

 

 

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Celebrate Halloween in the Hamptons 2018
Its that time of the year again…Halloween in the Hamptons

Hank’s Pumpkintown in WaterMill, NY, one of my favorite places to go. My girls always had so much fun picking pumpkins, getting lost going through the mazes, munching on delicious roasted corn, hay rides and just running through the pumpkin patch.
OCTOBER 19TH-OCTOBER 28TH
Bridgehampton

The Hampton Library in Bridgehampton will be hosting their annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat Parade on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 10am. Participants will meet at the library on 2478 Main Street starting at 10 a.m. in costume for some Halloween stories before setting out in Bridgehampton to go “trick-or-treating.” Visit http://www.hamptonlibrary.org/ for more info.

Frankenstein Follies at Bay Street Theater: The Ghoulishly Fun Musical Revue a Halloween-themed musical review directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard. Stages 21st annual Halloween Bash at the theater located on 1 Bay Street in Sag Harbor from Friday to Sunday. On Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27, the show will begin at 7:30 p.m. On both Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 28, there will be a 2 p.m. show. Tickets are $15 each.  Click to PURCHASE TICKETS

Montauk
The Montauk Library 25th anniversary of everyone’s favorite Halloween movie, Hocus Pocus. snacks and a special showing of the movie! All are welcome, no registration is necessary! Sat, October 20, 2:00pm – 3:30pm

East Hampton Fall Festival
Sat, Oct 20, 2018, 10AM-5:00 PM

Herrick Park, 67 Newtown Ln, East Hampton, NY
The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce will host its Second Annual Fall Festival in Herrick Park in late October. There will be over 50 booths,  local artists, shopkeepers, and over 20 non-profits can display their wares and information. Dance or listen to live music all day – from bluegrass to blues. Acts include the Hoo Doo Loungers, the East Hampton Bluegrass All Stars, Steven Tekulsky’s the Judge and the Jury Americana Experience and the East Hampton High School Jazz Band. There’s plenty for kids and families too – the YMCA sponsored jumping castle and climbing wall.

30th Annual Spooky Walk
Fri, Oct 19-20th, 2018 7PM-9:00 PM
Fri, Oct 26-27th, 2018 7PM-9:00 PM
2 Chet Swezey RD.Center Moriches, NY 11934

Spooky Walk is a fundraiser hosted by the Moriches Paquatuck Squaws to benefit Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, a camp for children and adults with special needs. Delivering about 45 minutes of scares, the Spooky Walk is considered the longest lasting haunted walk on Long Island. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to the camp! $20 per ticket
For more information CLICK HERE 

Spookyoake Halloween at The Springs Tavern,  15 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton                                                         (Friday 10/26 and Saturday 10/27)

Enchanted Forest Trail
Sun, Oct 27-28, 2018, Sat, November 3rd 12:00 PM-2: 30 pm
Quogue Wildlife Refuge* 3 Old Country Road
Follow your guide to meet whimsical, fun, and educational characters on the forest trails. The parking lot will be full of games and activities! Come and join the fun! Dress up if you like! Children ages 2 to 7 with an adult. Reservations required, call to reserve a time slot! $10.00 fee per person. click for more information

Fright Night at SYS  

Saturday, October 20, 2018  6-9PM
SYS / Southampton Town Recreation Center
1370A Majors Path Southampton, New York 11968
SYS will transform into a haunted trail of scary fun for just one night.  You won’t want to miss out! 6pm: Spooky Family Time 8pm: Ages 12+ recommended

4th Anual Hamptons Halloween Bash Mill Roadhouse with  East End Entertainment Saturday, October 27th  9pm,  for one of our favorite events all year! The spookiest, dance-filled, boooooze filled Halloween Costume Party! Come in dressed up, and the crowd will vote on best costume, where prizes are given away, DJ all night, and of course all the boOoOze. Tell one, tell all, come celebrate Halloween the right way! 21 & Older – Click here for more information 

Halloween Costume BASH
Saturday, October 27th 2018 8PM-12AM
The Clubhouse: 174 Daniels’s Hole, East Hampton
Our inaugural Halloween Party hosted by the crew of 101.7 The Beach! Party starts at 8pm and goes late. DJ spins from 8pm- close and you can win awesome prizes all night including a grand prize costume contest! $500 gift card first prize, $250 gift card 2nd place and $100 gift card 3rd place.
Food and drink specials all night! https://www.ehitclubhouse.com   CMEE ANNUAL HALLOWEEN BASH, Children’s Museum of the East End

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26TH 4-6PM, Unfurl those capes, shine your tiaras, and break out the facepaint…it’s time for the Children’s Museum’s annual Halloween Bash! Families are invited to join us for a fun-filled evening of ghoulish games, trick or treating, creepy crafts, a costume parade and more! We traditionally sell out so sign up early!

Rowdy Hall Celebrates The 19th Annual Rowdyween
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 @ 7:30pm $30-35 (10 Main St, East Hampton)
Rowdy Hall will hold their 19th annual “Rowdyween” party on Wednesday, October 31st 730p.m. until the witching hour. A $35 admission fee at the door entitles revelers to one complimentary drink, delicious Rowdy snacks, $5 drafts and $6 well drinks, and DJ spinning tunes all night. There will be $500 in cash prizes awarded for the best costumes. Come in costume . . . or don’t come at all!
631-324-8555 info@rowdyhall.com

“Rocky Horror Picture Show” Movie & Halloween After Party 2018
Friday, October 26, 2018 @8:00 pm
Time warp down to The Suffolk Theater to see the Rocky Horror Picture Show on the BIG Screen! Film has adult content. Admission Free! $20 Bar/Restaurant Minimum per person. Doors open at 6:30. Film begins at 8pm. Admission to the DJ/After Party with DJ Phil also FREE! After party begins at the conclusion of film! Participation Goodie Bags available for purchase. (No outside props permitted. Please call to reserve Participation Goodie Bag.)
The Suffolk Theater 118 East Main St. Riverhead For more information click here 

Sag Harbor Ghost Walking Tour  

Annette Hinkle, will guide you on a haunted walking tour of Sag Harbor. The tour begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum and makes stops at several locations throughout the village where Annette will share ghostly true tales that have been reported there. Dress appropriately. The tour lasts approximately two hours. Click here to purchase tickets 

Celebrate Halloween at Solé East,   90 Second House Road, Montauk

Sat, Oct 27, 20188:00 PM -Solé East invites all monsters, ghouls, witches and ghosts to celebrate Halloween in The Backyard to mark the 2018 season’s end on Saturday, October 27th beginning at 8 p.m. The evening will feature free bar food, drink specials, and a live DJ. Guests who come in costume will also be entered to win a weekend stay. Admission to the party is free. Special room rates will be offered for the weekend starting at $199.

EAST END HALLOWEEN PARADES
There are several local parades that occur in most towns in the East End, Riverhead Halloween Parade, Saturday, October 27th READ MORE

Southampton Rag-A-Muffin Parade: The Annual Southampton Chamber of Commerce Ragamuffin Parade & Pumpkin trail will start on Sunday, October 28th, 11:45am

Children 9 and under, you are invited to join us in your Halloween costume for some fun, games and activities prior to the parade, from 11:45am-12:45 pm with the Southampton High School Student Council at Agawam Park. The parade begins at Agawam Park at 1:00 pm and proceeds through Village streets Windmill Lane, Nugent Street, Main Street, and Jobs Lane. The trick-or-treat “Pumpkin Trail” takes place immediately following the parade. Local merchants will distribute special treats to children in costume. Participating merchants will be designated by a paper pumpkin in their window.http://www.southamptonchamber.com

 

Sag Harbor Rag-A-Muffin Parade: Dress up in your spookiest or cutest costume and participate in the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Sag Harbor Rag-A-Muffin Parade” on Sunday, October 28, from 1-3pm… Meet in the parking lot behind the Laundry and parade down Main Street to the Whaling Museum. On Wednesday, October 31st @ 3pm the Pumpkin Trail will attract hundreds of Trick-o-treaters from everywhere down Main Street in Sag Harbor…

For more  events join  my  Events Group on Facebook .  http://facebook.com/hamptons-NY

COUPLE OF PUMPKIN PICKING FAVORITES

NORTH FORK
Gabrielsen’s Country Plant Farm
200 Herricks Lane
Jamesport, NY 11947
(631) 722-3259
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Other Activities: hayrides, train rides, characters – Pumpkin Princess and Scarecrow, bouncy houses, corn crib, kiddie maze, farm animals, giant pumpkin, giant games area, restoration schoolhouse, old-fashioned church, picnic area, pedal tractors, live music, farm stand

Greenland Family Farms
17155 Middle Road
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-5791
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Other Activities: Halloween field filled with hundreds of seasonal decorations, including Dracula, ghosts and Frankenstein. Also available are hay rides and a farm stand.

Harbes Family Farm
Multiple Locations
Website
Dates: Hours Varies Upon Location, Call for Details
Other Activities: corn maze, pony rides, tractor rides, 15-minute singing hayrides, apple picking, concessions,

Helen’s Pumpkin Farm
999 Union Ave.
Riverhead, NY 11901
(631) 722-8449
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Other Activities: corn maze, live entertainment, picnic area, horse-drawn hay rides, farmers market

Hank’s Pumpkintown
240 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976
(631) 726-4667
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, 9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Other Activities: wooden playground, farm stand and concessions. Weekends only & select weekdays – corn maze, narrated hayrides, family corn trains, jump pads, duck races, slides, pedal cart race, calf milking, pig races, treasure hunt maze, Hank’s corn head

Seven Ponds Orchard
65 7 Ponds Road
Water Mill, NY 11976
(631) 726-8015
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Other Activities: hayrides, apple picking, wooden toy land, tractor rides, farm market

The Milk Pail
1346 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976
(631) 537-2565
Website
Dates: Now – Oct. 31, Friday – Sunday & Holidays, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Other Activities: marketplace, live entertainment

October is “National breast cancer awareness month” This is a cause that is near and dear to my heart because 26 years ago my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent both chemotherapy and radiation. September 2017 she made 25 years cancer free, she was very happy about that, unfortunately she died from complications of Heart Disease, but not before celebrating her anniversary of being cancer free. I thought it was very important to discuss breast cancer, know the facts, the risks, and the signs.

According to “Cancer.org” In 2015, it was estimated that there would be 1,658,370 new cancer cases diagnosed and 589,430 cancer deaths in the US.

 In 2018 it is estimated that there will be 1,735,350 new cancer cases diagnosed and 609,640 cancer deaths in the United States. Breast Cancer awareness is helping.

These are staggering numbers and of particular concern to me since I am a high risk woman given that my mother did have breast cancer. When my mother was going through breast cancer and had to have  Chemo and surgery she was so sick and she lost her hair…I was so scared about getting the disease because all I could think about was losing my hair and my breast, how superficial I was. I defined my beauty to my hair and breast like many other women. Seeing how strong my mother was and how beautiful she looked bald, I realized I could not allow my breast and hair to define who I am as a person. Don’t get me wrong I like my hair and I complain about bad hair days just like 95% of the total female population but I don’t stress about it. No need to stress on things you can purchase…if you lose your hair, you can buy a wig…you lose your breast you can buy new ones…problem solved. Focussing on the disease is all that matters, that is why it is important to know the risk,  recognize the signs and to take action on prevention care.
Everyone is at risk for breast cancer.

  • Being a Woman
  • Overweight
  • Increased Age
  • a family history of breast cancer or a personal history of breast or ovarian cancer

There are some factors that can increase a person’s risk, but some people develop breast cancer when the risk factor is not present. I would like to also add that there are men that develop breast cancer and younger women as well. Recognizing the signs are very important to early detection and being cured. Performing breast self-exam will help you know your body and what is normal and not normal. If you notice a change, you should see your doctor immediately. Here are some possible warning signs:

  • Lumps, a hard knot or thickening in any part of the breast
  • Swelling, warmth, redness or darkening that does not go away
  • pulling in of the nipple or other parts of the breast
  • New Pain in one spot that does not go away

Early detection is key in diagnosing breast cancer. Many cases of breast cancer are found by monthly breast self-exams…an annual mammogram is one of the single most effective methods of early detection. No one looks forward to having a very uncomfortable mammogram, especially women like myself who are well-endowed and you feel like your breast has just been smashed like a pancake. The sooner a problem is found, the more treatment options are available and the better chance you have of beating the disease and living a full healthy life. I hope this reaches someone and you decide to take action, your life is important so you must take care of yourself. If health insurance is an area of concern, there are many services that offer FREE mammograms, all you have to do is ask. I am grateful that I have not been diagnosed I continue to do monthly BSF and I have yearly mammograms, no one knows why and how many women get breast cancer but if I am meant to get I will have a better chance of survival because I do partake in preventive care. I need to be around to nag my husband, drive my girls completely crazy and plan all of my friends birthday celebrations…until next time read Hamptons Mouthpiece….always keeping you in the know!!!! October is National Breast Cancer Month

According to New York State Breast Cancer Services: “Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in New York.  It is also the second leading cause of cancer-related death in New York women. The best protection against breast cancer is early detection and diagnosis. Governor Andrew Cuomo has increased awareness and screening for breast cancer, including a public awareness campaign, community outreach programs, patient navigators, and mobile mammography vans.”

  • Require 210 hospitals and hospital extension clinics to offer extended hours of screening for at least four hours per week to help women who have difficulty scheduling mammograms during the typical 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. workday.
  • Eliminate annual deductibles, co-payments, and co-insurance payments (“cost-sharing”) for all screening mammograms, including those provided to women more frequently than current federal screening guidelines such as annual mammograms for women in their forties
  • Eliminate cost-sharing for diagnostic imaging for breast cancer, including diagnostic mammograms, breast ultrasounds, and breast MRIs for women at high risk for breast cancer.
  • Adds public employees of cities with a population of one million or more, to the population of public employees in New York State who are currently allowed four hours of leave for screening for breast cancer each year.
  • The NYS Cancer Services Program offers free breast cancer screening and diagnostic services for uninsured, eligible New Yorkers.

Click on link to read more about New York’s new legislative agreement: READ MORE

For more detailed data click on link to see the Breast Cancer facts and Figures 2017, read  more at www.cancer.org

Cancer.org

Schedule your routine mammogram at one of The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center’s three locations on the East End:

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital
631-726-8285

240 Meeting House Lane
Southampton, NY
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Radiology at the Atrium
631-723-1232

Hampton Medical Atrium
182 West Montauk Highway, Building B
Hampton Bays, NY
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Laboratory & Imaging East
631-329-8543

East Hampton Healthcare Center
200 Pantigo Place
East Hampton, NY
Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 3:15 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 11:45 AM

 

HAMPTONS 26TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL:

OCTOBER 4-8, 2018

BEN IS BACK, courtesy HIFF

LIGHTS*CAMERA*ACTION, Hamptons 26th Annual International Film Festival is starting on October 4th and I am really excited to see some AMAZING Films this year. Listed below are some highlighted films that are on my list to see this weekend. I am pleasantly pleased to see so many feature films and shorts with people of color.  I am hoping to have an opportunity to interview some amazing people this weekend like Henri Dauman an international photojournalist who happens to live in the Hamptons. 

THE HATE U GIVE, HIFF

*HIFF also announced eight programs of short films this year, including Narrative and Documentary Short Film Competitions; New York Women In Film and Television: Women Calling the Shots; Zoom! Shorts For All Ages; University Short Films Showcase; Let’s Go Crazy; Never Going Back Again; Please Don’t Tell; and five short films that will play before features. 

WILDLIFE, HIFF

*Academy Award®-winning director Damien Chazelle, whose film FIRST MAN will screen in the Spotlight section; Emilio Estevez, whose film THE PUBLICwill screen in the Spotlight section; and Academy Award®- and Golden Globe®-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, who stars in the festival’s Opening Night film THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, will all participate in the festival’s signature program “A Conversation With…” series. All events will take place at Bay Street with Gyllenhaal on Friday, October 5th at 3:00PM, Estevez on Saturday, October 6th at 3:30PM, and Chazelle on Sunday, October 7th at 12:30PM. 

WIDOWS  Academy Award®-winning director Steve McQueen (12 YEARS A SLAVE) and co-writer and bestselling author Gillian Flynn (GONE GIRL) come to a blistering, modern-day thriller set against the backdrop of crime, passion, and corruption. WIDOWS is the story of four women with nothing in common except a debt left behind by their dead husbands’ criminal activities. featuring: Viola Davis *Michelle Rodriguez *Elizabeth Debicki* Cynthia Erivo* Daniel Kaluuya *Jacki Weaver *Robert Duvall * Liam Neeson

Photo courtesy HIFF

GREEN BOOK  East Coast Premiere, featuring:  Viggo Mortensen *Mahershala Ali *Linda Cardellini – In 1962 America, and impeccably stylish jazz musician Don Shirley (Academy Award® winner Mahershala Ali) needs to hire a bodyguard to get him safely from venue to venue on his upcoming Southern tour. Saturday, October 6th 730pm and Sunday, 10/7 115pm

THE HATE U GIVE Featuring: Amandla Stenberg *Issa Rae *Anthony Mackie *Regina Hall *Common *Sabrina Carpenter *Dominique Fishback The story of a 16-year-old black teenage girl torn between 2 worlds, one at school amidst her predominantly rich, upper-class white classmates, and another within her working-class neighborhood. 

Other Films on my list

HENRI DAUMAN: LOOKING UP

BEAUTIFUL BOY (starring: Steve Carrell, Maura Tierney,)

BLACK MOTHER

FEATHERS

CAPERNAUM

CROSS MY HEART

BIRDS OF PASSAGE

WILDLIFE FEATURING: Carey Mulligan * Jake Gyllenhaal *Bill Camp *Ed Oxenbould  –

BEN IS BACK

FIRST MAN (Starring Ryan Gosling)

HAIR WOLF:

EVERYBODY KNOWS “TODOS LO SABEN”

This Changes Everything: One year after the Harvey Weinstein allegations ignited the #MeToo movement, THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING offers a comprehensive look at the film industry’s role in reinforcing gender dynamics over the last century, and the resounding call for action pushing back.

CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?  2018 Opening, Closing, Centerpiece | narrative feature | 107 min EAST COAST PREMIERE After spending decades as a successful biographer of female celebrities and public figures, real-life author Lee Israel (Academy Award® nominee Melissa McCarthy)
Directed by Marielle Heller

To see a list of all the movies being shown at the Film Festival this year read more: HIFF FILM GUIDE 2018

*Cover Art by  About Patton Miller | After leaving his home in Hawaii to journey through Asia in 1974, Paton Miller arrived on the East End of Long Island with a collection of travel inspired artworks that won him an art scholarship from Southampton College. Graduating with honors, Paton launched his career in over twenty solo and numerous group exhibitions in New York City and throughout the United States. Today, his works are exhibited internationally, in cities such as Florence and Shanghai. Paton’s paintings are now among the most widely collected works between the East End of Long Island and New York City.

You can see more of Patton Miller’s work this Saturday, October 6th 10am-12n and Sunday, October 7th 11am-1pm at 900 Old Sag Harbor Rd Water Mill, or call Cristina Matos from Brown Harris Stevens 631-204-2408  for more information. Take the time to see this beautiful home as well, it sits on 5.6 acres of land surrounded by horse pastures and farm fields between Water Mill and Bridgehampton, you will find this unquestionably stunning modern home. Adroit builder Bencar Building Corp. continues to impress with the unparalleled quality of his work, tremendous attention to detail and riveting design.

Elsa Soyars – Interior designer
Paton Miller – Artist
Cristina Matos -BHS
Andrea Greeven Douzet CRO, THE PURIST magazine
Carole Reed – Art Curator

*content shared by Hamptons Film Festival,

 

The Bridge Car Show Fast and Furious

The Bridge Car Show presented by Richard Mille located at The Bridge Golf Club in Bridgehampton, New York showcased 160 Rare Cars alongside Contemporary Art Fair, there were racing cars, vintage cars and luxury cars of every type on September 15th, 2018. The invite-only event this year increased its car exhibition from 100 to 164 rare and magnificent automobiles, alongside an expanded contemporary art fair featuring 12 of the world’s most renowned art galleries.

Cindy & Jeff Warne

I am told it is the only event of its kind, and one of the most highly anticipated events of the season for guests, luxury brands and automakers alike, who are using the opportunity to do something special for this carefully curated audience through a variety of installations, product debuts, and displays. Swiss watch manufacturer Richard Mille debuted a never-before-seen limited edition watch available exclusively for the Americas; the innovative RM 12-01 Tourbillion, featuring a manual winding movement that reinterprets the art and methods of watch design.

  • NetJets exhibited a full-size mock-up of their popular Bombardier Challenger 350;
  • Five hand-crafted hypercars (four limited-production Huayras and one Zonda) by Pagani;
  • Karma Automotive’s new special edition, hand-painted James Verbicky Art Car;
  • Rolls Royce’s new Cullinan (their first SUV)
  • Bugatti’s fastest and most powerful super sports car, the Chiron;
  • Terrafugia’s new Transition prototype – the world’s first practical flying car.

The September Art Fair at The Bridge expanded its presence in its second year, including twelve globally recognized contemporary galleries, doubling the size of its inaugural edition.

The art fair component was organized by Suzanne Butler (CANADA), Max Levai and Pascal Spengemann (Marlborough Contemporary) and was presented within Lars Fisk-designed doublewide shipping containers.  It featured select works from 303 Gallery, CANADA, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Reyes Projects, Karma, Perrotin, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Marlborough Contemporary, Morán Morán, Vito Schnabel, Sies + Höke, and David Zwirner Gallery.

David Muir (Photo by Patrick McMullan/PMC)

Some notable attendees at Saturday’s event included: David Muir, Steve Madden, Kelly Rutherford, Lyor Cohen, Vito Schnabel, Tracy Maitland, Howard M. Lorber, Alexandre Mille, Christopher Pagani, Frank Cooper, Roger and Wendy Ferris, Joey Wolffer, Lars Fisk, Zuzanna Buchwald, Polina Proshkina, Nacho Ramos and Whitney Fairchild, Stuart Parr, Xin Li, Michael and Elizabeth Borrico, and Silke and Savas Tsititridis.

Notable cars from this year’s event included a 1957 Maserati 300S XKSS, one of 26 examples built and raced at LeMans, a 1952 Chrysler SWB Ghia Prototype Coupe exhibited at the Paris Auto Show in 1953 which remains the sole vehicle of its design, a 1965 Shelby GT350 R originally raced by famed American drive Mark Donahue, known as “Captain Nice” at The Bridge, and a 1954 Aston Martin DB2/$ Drophead Coupe by Graber. 

In addition, the line-up included a smattering of European sports cars including a 1960 Lancia Flaminia SZ, multiple Air Cooled Porsches highlighted by a 1964 356C Cabriolet, and a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Pininfarina Rondine Concept.

Firsttimer at The Bridge was the SCG 003S (S for Stradale/road version)
I had an opportunity to speak with Jesse Glickenhaus the Managing Director at Glickenhaus Racing to talk about this take your breathe away vehicle.
Tell me about this car and how did you get started? 

 Jesse: We are an NHTSA-approved Low Volume Manufacturer that makes race cars for the road. We have been designing and racing cars for the 24 Hours of Nurburgring since 2011, and then we build road-legal versions.

Our SCG 003S (S for Stradale/road version) started with the dream of making the ultimate GT3 race car. We took everything we learned in 2 years of racing (including 2 24 Hour Finishes, 1 first in class, and 1 FIA World Championship Cup in Alternative Energies) and decided to make the ultimate GT3 from the ground up. The 003C (C for Competizione or race) was born and raced from 2015-2018. It came in first in class twice, took the Pole in 2017, ran a 6:33 on the Nordschleife course in Germany. Then we made a road-legal version, which is 003S, with a more comfortable interior, suspension, and gearbox.

What is the cost of this car? 
Jesse: The price is 2.2 million and they are custom made to order, with a lead time of 9-12 months, depending on what the customer wants.
This vehicle is powered by a BMW twin turbo 4.4-liter reverse flow engine, which will be in the BMW M8. It makes net 1900 pounds of downforce in road trim and pulls 2 Gs of mechanical grip on road tires.
Where do you drive it?
Jesse: We drive it all over, including from our Factory in Sleepy Hollow to the Bridge and back on Saturday. People ask how it is on the roads, and it handles incredibly well. The Nurburgring is a winding, bumpy track, and the car doesn’t mind the bumps. We have three settings for the suspension controllable from the cockpit (comfort, sport, and track, and even in a sport setting it was fine on the road. On the way home in five miles of stop and go traffic it wasn’t warm with the AC running.
Will you be back next year?
Jesse: It was our first time attending the Bridge, and Jeff (Jeff Warne, Golf Pro, at The Bridge) and the team did a fantastic job with the entire event. We will definitely be coming back next year.
Check out the video of them driving home. It has over 200,000 views  on Instagram: INSTAGRAM VIDEO

 

This was a FANTASTIC event that was very well attended on The Bridge Golf Course and Club. The grounds were filled with incredible vehicles of historic pedigrees. Talk about Fast and Furious!!!! These cars were built for speed and luxury. Vintage cars, racing cars, Yachts by Riva and Burgess and a plane that Transitions to a car. Kurt Leggard attended for Hamptons Mouthpiece, This was a fantasy dream come true for him. He stated he didn’t know where to turn as his fixation on fast cars was satiated by the first few minutes at this event.

Thank you Kelly Downey of SHAMIN ABAS for inviting Hamptons MouthPiece to this event. You and your staff were so accommodating and professional in managing this wonderful event. We hope to be invited back next year. Click here  for PHOTO GALLERY

*Content provided by Kelly Downey of Shamin Abas and Kurt Leggard, contributor for Hamptons Mouthpiece