September 30, 2013 | by Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN | Style & Beauty
One Ocean Yoga in Bridgehampton is a perfect place to keep your mind and body in shape.
With Labor Day far behind us and a new crispness in the air, fall is officially in full swing. For those of you squeezing the most out of the last few days in the Hamptons, carve out an hour for Bridgehampton’s One Ocean Yoga. This outdoor yoga refuge is hidden behind lush vineyards overlooking a fun sculpture garden and is open through Columbus Day (Monday, October 14).
September 27, 2013 | by JASMIN ROSEMBERG | Talk of the Town
|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.
September 20, 2013 | by Alexandra Voyatzakis | Talk of the Town
Zachary N. Studenroth knows a thing or two about Long Island. And while many of us may simply view the area as home to the Hamptons, the history behind this body of land is extensive and intriguing. Serving as Southampton’s town historian, treasurer of the Sag Harbour Whaling and Historical Museum, and director of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council, Studenroth has pieced together the fascinating historical background of two towns in his new book: Cutchogue and New Suffolk. Within its pages a story unfolds through imagery and text, making New York’s history a most exciting one.
September 10, 2013 | by Sharon Feiereisen | Style & Beauty
Workouts tailored to men now offered at Tracy Anderson's studios.
Tracy Anderson’s exercise empire includes workouts tailored to women, teens, moms-to-be, new mothers, and now with the September 15 launch of male-focused classes at her various studios: men.
“Guys can expect to be challenged and use muscles they never thought possible, all while dripping in sweat and pushing themselves to the next level,” Anderson says.
September 09, 2013 | Style & Beauty
Now that Heritage Auctions is preparing to set up shop out East, the painstaking process of researching, bidding on, and ultimately winning highly sought-after accessories will no longer be confined to Park Avenue. Throughout the year Matthew Rubinger, director of luxury accessories for the world’s third-largest auction house, has discussions with prospective buyers to decide which pieces might best suit their lifestyles. “Traditionally, our client is looking for something classic and timeless, not particularly trendy—except in the Hamptons,” he says.