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Bespoke vintage finds that complement nearly any aesthetic abound at Ray design shop in Greenport.
The East Front Street storefront — located behind Di Angela Leather, near Carpenter Street — features a treasure trove of epoch decor, original prints and objects for the home with a decidedly mid-century modern influence. (more…)
The Greenport Farmers Market is returning for its eight season this Saturday. This year the market will set up shop in a new location at the Polo Grounds on Moores Lane just outside the heart of the village. (more…)
When Ed Meier moved into the historic Victorian at 144 South Jamesport Avenue nearly 40 years ago, he didn’t yet know the discoveries that awaited behind its hallowed walls. (more…)
Save your calories for Shelter Island this summer. Pound for pound, the small village suspended in the waters between Greenport and Sag Harbor packs just as much culinary punch as its mainland counterparts on the North Fork and the Hamptons.
Top-notch chefs preparing fresh seafood and farm-to-table fare have taken the dining scene to new heights with seemingly more options to choose from than any season before. (more…)
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Cutchogue home of Arnold and Karen Blair a few weeks back. You may not recognize their names, but perhaps you’d recognized their garden. Their slice of heaven spans more than three acres above the Peconic — a stretch that encompasses manicured fauna, preserved wetlands and beaches — a true testament to the glory of the North Fork landscape. (more…)