November 26, 2013 | by catherine park
Bridgehampton's Topping Rose House boasts exciting holiday festivities and exclusive offers this season.
Topping Rose House welcomes the holiday season with its first annual tree lighting on Friday, December 6 (6 p.m.). The intimate holiday affair will take place in front of the hotel and feature accompaniment from Pierson Middle School’s sixth grade chorus and the Bridgehampton High School’s band and choir. Complimentary hot chocolate and gingerbread will be on offer during the tree lighting ceremony. >>Read More
November 20, 2013
Deepwels Farm Historical Society
East End Arts
What: The East End Arts Holiday Gift Boutique offers handmade ornaments, unique jewelry, delightful home goods, and more crafted by local artists. It’s the perfect place to find beautiful Christmas gifts while benefiting the community art scene.
When: November 15 through December 22
Where: East End Arts Gallery, 133 E. Main St., Riverhead
October 23, 2013 | by catherine park
Premiere hotel/restaurant Topping Rose House hosts a three-hour family-friendly Halloween fête this Saturday, October 26 in the property’s barn. The afternoon celebration (noon-3 p.m.) gives guests a chance to participate in a costume parade, and enjoy activities like cookie decorating, trick or treating, and pumpkin painting. Light refreshments, such as snacks and apple cider, will also be available. Admission is free.
Even if you can’t make it on Saturday, stop by Topping Rose House to try the new five-course tasting menu ($95) from chef de cuisine Ty Kotz. The offerings skew seasonal and local with dishes like cheese pumpkin agnolotti with duck confit and pecorino sardo; roasted and braised wagyu beef served alongside norwis potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and shallots; and a dessert of chocolate pumpkin tart decked with salted caramel buttercream and candied pumpkin seeds. Optional wine pairings are available for $65 each. One Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 537-0870
—KIMANTI RAWLINS, AUTOMOTIVERHYTHMS.COM
It’s typical for Rolls-Royce to look backward before moving forward when contemplation of a new model is imminent. With a storied history and a reservoir of creativity at its disposal, the British automaker of bespoke innovations proudly introduced their 2014 Wraith to a cadre of auto journalists recently in Vienna, Austria at the magnificent Palais Coburg Residenz. The superior coupe is now Rolls-Royce’s fastest and most powerful vehicle and will certainly introduce them to a younger, yet still wealthy group of luxury buyers. >>Read More
September 27, 2013 | by JASMIN ROSEMBERG
|Revenge star Emily VanCamp hosting Nylon's September Fall Issue Party.|
Canadian-born actress Emily VanCamp is coming off a “big old summer.” She’ll be appearing opposite Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (which felt “like hitting the jackpot”), and also filmed a small independent project in New York called The Girl in the Book (“a beautiful story”). Things for her longtime Revenge character Emily Thorne are just as lively, and in this week’s premiere episode, she’ll take a bullet in one of the show’s signature flash-forwards, up to which moment Season 3 will gradually build.
We sat down with the Revenge star to get the backstory on the new season, beginning Sunday, September 29 at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Tell us about Season 3.
EMILY VANCAMP: It’s crazy! We’re sort of finding our footing with our new showrunner Sunil, and getting back into the swing of it. And it’s been good. I think we’re trying to ground the show again, and get it back to its original roots.
How do you do that?
EVC: I think one of the things that we need to figure out is how the Graysons get their power back. Because one of the things about Season 1 that people really loved was that Emily’s taking down the 1%. And now that the Graysons are broke, it’s very hard to sympathize with her. So hopefully we get that back on track, and also really define these relationships with her men. It’s very complicated, and very twisted, but that’s sort of what I love about it.