Immigrant tensions in Hampton Bays follow changing demographics
When Ku Klux Klan recruitment pamphlets appeared in Hampton Bays this summer, they landed in one of the most ethnically diverse corners of the Hamptons, in a hamlet where immigrants from Central and South America have transformed schools, shops and residential streets over the past decade.
Hillary Clinton book-signing draws early birds in Westhampton
More than a dozen people lined the sidewalk on Main Street in Westhampton Beach Sunday morning hours in advance to see Hillary Clinton at her latest book signing for "Hard Choices."
Westhampton Art Festival returns to the East End
Not everyone heading to the Hamptons this Labor Day weekend will be taking in the beautiful beaches.
Quirky Long Island Roadside Attractions
Looking for something out of the ordinary to do? Do you enjoy road trips and discovering interesting landmarks and attractions along the way? Why not plan a mini road trip around Long Island to seek out all of the kitschy roadside attractions Long Island has to offer! You'll be sure to learn a little bit of weird Long Island history at the sites ... (more)
In Praise Of Quogue, The Most Un-Hampton Of Them All
I have spent most summer weekends since 2000 in the Hamptons. And although I run this fine travel website and am usually a tireless, see-it-all traveler, when I'm the Hamptons, I become my alter ego, Lazygirl.