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  1. Hot Shops and Pop-Ups to Visit from Southampton to MontaukRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The New York Observer

    The odd rainy day, multiple social opportunities and plenty of cash add up to an ever-fruitful shopping scene out East. Here's where to peruse this weekend and every weekend of the summer.

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  2. The Hamptons Hotels to Book ImmediatelyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The New York Observer

    After a long, contentious battle with the town board, Surf Lodge has found a happy balance this summer-and it's better than ever for guests staying at the hotel, which underwent a mellow redesign this winter. Each of the hotel's 20-odd, well-appointed, airy, waterfront rooms feature art from Gray Malin, hanging wicker chairs and a balcony equipped with a hammock, overlooking Fort Pond-the perfect place to take morning coffee from the hotel's pop-up espresso bar.

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  3. More Than Montauk: Where To Buy Out EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The New York Observer

    For decades, that call was to travel further east on the island, past Southampton and Bridgehampton and East Hampton to Montauk, but a few years ago, the quaint fishing and surfing community of about 3,500 year-round residents became the hot spot for the young, rich and thirsty, driving up real estate prices and crowding the streets, bars and beaches to capacity. "The demographics have changed a lot," says Nancy Keeshan, of Keeshan Real Estate, The Montauk Realtor, which claims to be the oldest real estate agency in the community.

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  4. Ashley Olsen Might be Smizing in Sagaponack This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | The New York Observer

    It was a rather momentous occasion this week, as Ashley Olsen, also known as half of our favorite child actor-slash-fashion design duo, rang in the big 3-0. And there's no better way to celebrate such a milestone than by perusing a few multimillion dollar Hamptons beach homes, right? Even though Olsen is reportedly in contract for that $7 million full floor condo at 37 West 12th Street, why should she have to endure the soon-to-be scorching New York City sidewalks? Olsen has been checking out a few homes out East, and she apparently found one that fits her style at 471 Sagaponack Road, according to The New York Post .

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  5. Weekend Edition: 7 Things To Do in New York's Art World Before May 30Read the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | The New York Observer

    Opening: "Jordan Kasey: Free Time" at Signal A Bushwick gallery known more for their elaborate installations is opening a show by a painter this month-but what a painter! Jordan Kasey, at only 27 years of age, has crafted a style that mixes the best qualities of maligned artists like Patrick Nagel and Mark Kostabi while infusing her own delicate sense of light and space-as well as some savvy brush work-into these moody mA langes. She's not afraid to go big either, which is good because Signal has quite the cavernous space.

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  6. 4 New Hamptons Restaurants to Check Out Memorial Day WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | The New York Observer

    The food scene in the Hamptons gets a refresh each summer, and this season is no exception. From the village of Southampton to the shores of Montauk, here are the four restaurant you'll want to see and be seen at.

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  7. On the Market: Jennifer Lawrence Checks Out Tribeca; Court-Ordered Sale at the DakotaRead the original story

    May 13, 2016 | The New York Observer

    The unthinkable has happened at the storied Dakota-a court-ordered sale. Beleaguered financier Alphonse Fletcher, Jr. has been ordered by a judge to put his co-op at 1 West 72nd Street on the market for $12 million, in order to pay creditors, according to the Wall Street Journal .

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  8. On the Market: The Met Museum Is Still Free; Yet Another Brooklyn Airbnb Shut DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2016 | The New York Observer

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art has settled a lawsuit about the wording of its admissions policy, reports The Wall Street Journal . Though entrance to the Met has always been free, some confused foreign tourists decided to file a lawsuit when they paid to go into the museum because of the signs about the "recommended" cost of entry; the Met will now change the wording to "suggested admission" from "recommended admission."

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  9. On the Market: Developer Pushing 'Piano District' Throws...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2015 | The New York Observer

    The developer who is trying to rebrand the South Bronx "the Piano District" hosted a "Bronx is Burning" rave with "A-listers" in his piano factory, according to Gothamist . Making fun of a community's rough history and mocking the impecunious who endured it: not a very good way to endear yourself to that community.

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