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HAMPTON DAZE

June 2015

Michael Cardacino Rosalind Brenner Ty Stroudsburg Eric Ernst Maria Schon Costel Iarca Kimberly Goff TERRY ROSS
Michael Cardacino Rosalind Brenner Ty Stroudsburg Eric Ernst Maria Schon Costel Iarca Kimberly Goff
Michael Cardacino
Rosalind Brenner
Ty Stroudsburg
Eric Ernst
Maria Schon
Costel Iarca
Kimberly Goff

TERRY ROSS • DIRECTOR

Terry@RossContemporary.com

630.750.6621

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Happy Summer! Enjoy our June Issue. Jessica Mackin Editor - In - Chief

Happy Summer! Enjoy our June Issue.

Jessica Mackin Editor - In - Chief

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INDEX

Snaps : 6-14 Party Guide : 16 Calendar : 17 Lorde : 18 Mark Ronson : 19 Dining : 20-21 FameHampton : 22-23 Wizard Of Spa : 24 Setting The Barre : 25

Jessica Mackin editor - in - chief Josann Jeffrey associate editor Joe cipro food editor Jenna
Jessica Mackin
editor - in - chief
Josann Jeffrey
associate editor
Joe cipro
food editor
Jenna Mackin
editorial director
laura anne pelliccio
Beauty editor
peggy stankevich
photography editor
Melanie fitzgerald
arts editor
advertising/Marketing
faMehaMpton.coM
reporters
ashley o’connell, nicole teitler,
Michele Mcdonald
contact:
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SNAPS

Spa Soirée Photos by Magdelena Schneiderman
Spa Soirée
Photos by Magdelena Schneiderman

The Independent Newspaper and the Wizard Of Spa hosted Spa Soirée at Gurney’s Montauk, sponsored by Sothys Paris.

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Love Bites Love Bites, a multi-chef benefit for the Ellen Her- manson Foundation, The Ellen Hermanson
Love Bites
Love Bites, a multi-chef
benefit for the Ellen Her-
manson Foundation, The
Ellen Hermanson Breast
Center at Southampton
Hospital and Ellen’s Well,
took place at Seasons of
Southampton in January.
Photos by Tom Fitzgerald and Pam Deutchman / www.society-in-focus.com

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SNAPS

Kanye West Adidas Photos by 2015 Getty Images, Kevin Mazur, Theo Wargo, Dimitrios Kambouris Kanye West
Kanye West Adidas
Photos by 2015 Getty Images, Kevin Mazur, Theo Wargo, Dimitrios Kambouris
Kanye West and Adidas Originals unveiled YEEZY SEASON 1, a collection of apparel and footwear for Autumn/Winter 2015 during
New York Fashion Week.

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Thrillist BBQ & The Blues Thrillist’s BBQ & The Blues event took place at the South
Thrillist BBQ & The Blues
Thrillist’s BBQ & The Blues event took place at the South Beach Wine & Food Festi-
val in February. The event was hosted by Anne Burrell and had live music by Diablo
Dimes and The Bloodhounds and a set by DJ Haitian Hillbilly.
Academy Of The Arts
Guild Hall’s 30th Annual Academy of the Arts
Lifetime Achievement Awards & Dinner took place
at Sotheby’s NYC. Honorees included Jules Feiffer,
Ralph Gibson, and Matthew Broderick.
Photos by Owen Hoffmann of Patrick McMullan, Barry Gordin, Thrillist

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SNAPS

Collaborating For A Cure Photos by Jessica Mackin The Samuel Waxman Cancer Re- search Foundation celebrated
Collaborating For A Cure
Photos by Jessica Mackin
The Samuel Waxman Cancer Re-
search Foundation celebrated
its 17th annual benefit dinner
and auction “Collaborating For
A Cure” at Cipriani Wall Street in
December. The event honored
fashion designers Carly Cushnie
and Michelle Ochs of Cushnie
et Ochs and included a musical
performance by Ziggy Marley.
Millennial Society The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation’s young professionals group, the Millennial Society, held an
Millennial Society
The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation’s young
professionals group, the Millennial Society, held an event at
Hudson Terrace in March to raise funds for SWCRF’s research
programs.
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Bash For The Bulldogs
Bash For The Bulldogs

The 15th Anniversary “Bash For The Bulldogs” took place in December at NYU’s Kimmel Center to benefit Long Island Bulldog Res- cue. Host Beth Stern, emcee Cat Greenleaf and guests Ice-T and Coco Austin were all on hand to show support for the foundation.

New York City Ballet Art Series Photos by Jessica Mackin, Rob Rich
New York City Ballet Art Series
Photos by Jessica Mackin, Rob Rich

The New York City Ballet presented the third installation of its Art Series with works by Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin.

Fashion For Action Housing Works “Fashion For Action” benefit hosted by John Varvatos and Zac Posen
Fashion For Action
Housing Works “Fashion For Action” benefit hosted by John Varvatos
and Zac Posen took place in November in NYC.

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SNAPS

Parrish Spring Fling The Parrish Art Museum’s Spring Fling took place this April in Water Mill.
Parrish Spring Fling
The Parrish Art Museum’s Spring Fling took place
this April in Water Mill.
Photos by Tom Fitzgerald and Pam Deutchman / www.society-in-focus.com

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American Heart Association The theme of the American Heart As- sociation’s 19th annual Hamptons Heart Ball
American Heart Association
The theme of the American Heart As-
sociation’s 19th annual Hamptons Heart
Ball is “Glitz & Glamour.” A kick off party
for the event was held at the Martha
Washington Hotel in March.

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SNAPS

Hamptons International Film Festival Photos by Peggy Stankevich, Annemarie Davin The Hamptons International Film Festival was
Hamptons International Film Festival
Photos by Peggy Stankevich, Annemarie Davin
The Hamptons International Film Festival was
held in the Hamptons in October.
Southampton Animal Shelter Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation and Sequin Jewelers of Palm Beach hosted a cock-
Southampton Animal Shelter
Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation and
Sequin Jewelers of Palm Beach hosted a cock-
tail party at Sequin’s Worth Avenue Store for
the Shelter’s sixth annual Unconditional Love
Dinner & Dance, which will be held on July 18.

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PARTY GUIDE

Bars, Pubs & Taverns

Indian Wells Tavern 77 Main Street, Amagansett

230 Elm 230 Elm Street, Southampton

668 Gigshack

782

Montauk Hwy,

Montauk

668-2727

Back Bar at Drivers Seat 62 Jobs Lane, Southampton

 

283-6606

Blue Collar Bar County Road 39, Southampton

Boardy Barn 270 W. Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays

 

728-9733

Buckley’s Inn

 

Between

139

West Montauk

Hwy, Hampton Bays

 

728-7197

The Corner Bar 1 Main Street, Sag Harbor

 

725-9760

Cyril’s 2167 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett

 

267-7993

267-0400

John J. Doran’s 2 West Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays

728-9560

The Sloppy Tuna 148 South Emerson,

Montauk

La Superica Long Island Avenue & Main St, Sag Harbor

725-3388

Liar’s Saloon 401 West Lake Drive, Montauk

668-9597

Memory Motel 692 Main Street, Montauk

668-2702

The Montauket 88 Firestone Road, Montauk

668-4800

Southampton Publick House 40 Bowden Square, Southampton

283-2800

Stephen Talkhouse 161 Main Street, Amagansett

267-3117

Taps 1271 North Sea Road, Southampton

259-2998

668-5992

Wolfie’s Tavern

Almond

1 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton

537-8885

Bay Kitchen 39 Gann Road, East Hampton

329-3663

Barracuda Bar at The Montauk Yacht Club 32 Star Island Road, Montauk

668-3100

Beach Hut

Canal Road,

Hampton Bays

728-2988

Murf’s Back Street Tavern 64 Division Street, Sag Harbor

725-9749

The Point Bar & Grill 697 Montauk Hwy, Montauk

668-1500

15 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton

324-4800

Zum Schneider 4 South Elmwood Ave, Montauk

Lounges &

Restaurants

Quogue East Pub Montauk Hwy, East Quogue

653-8799

75 Main 75 Main Street, Southampton

283-7575

Beautique 281 Country Road Southampton

Bobby Van’s 2293 Main Street, Bridgehampton

537-0590

Cittanuova 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

324-6300

Cowfish 258 E Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays

Philippe 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton

631-594-3868

 

Cross Eyed Clam

Rowdy Hall

440 West Lake Drive, Montauk

10 Main Street #B. East Hampton

324-8555

 

668-8065

 

Rumba

East Hampton Point

43

Canoe Place

295 Three Mile

Road, Hampton Bays

Harbor Road, East Hampton

 

594-3544

 

329-2800

Ruschmeyer’s

668-2877

John Scott’s Surf Shack

161 2nd House Rd, Montauk

540 Dune Road, Westhampton

Saltwater Grill

 

288-5810

379

Dune Road,

 

Westhampton

Meeting House

 

288-1485

4 Amagansett

 

Square, Amagansett

 

267-2764

Scarpetta Beach 290 Old Montauk Hwy, Montauk

Muse In The Harbor

668-2660

16

Main Street,

Sag Harbor

Sen

631-899-4810

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Main Street,

Sag Harbor

Navy Beach

 

725-1774

16 Navy Road, Montauk

Southampton Social

 

688-6868

Club

 

256

Elm Street,

Page at 63 Main

Southampton

63

Main Street,

287-1400

Sag Harbor

725-1810

Surf Lodge 183 S. Edgemere St, Montauk

 

668-1562

Swallow East 474 W Lake Dr, Montauk

 

668-8344

World Pie 2402 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton

 

537-7999

Nightclubs

 

1Oak

125 Tuckahoe Lane Southampton

 

204-5433

Beach Bar

58

Foster Avenue,

Hampton Bays

 

723-3100

The Club at Philippe 44 Three Mile Harbor Road,

East Hampton

 

Drift Inn

58

Foster Avenue,

Hampton Bays

May/June

Saturday Thursday Monday Tuesday 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Wednesday • The B-52’s perform
Saturday
Thursday
Monday
Tuesday
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Wednesday
• The B-52’s
perform at WH-
BPAC. Visit www.
Friday
whbpac.org.
• Social
Sunday
Thursdays at the
Southampton So-
Funday
cial Club - Every
Thursday!
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
•Each Thursday,
• Wolffer Estate
in the Tavern, The
Vineyard Sunset
1770 House offers
Fridays & Satur-
signature burger,
• Ladies Night at
days at the Wine
•Bay
Street
Theatre
meatloaf and pizza
the Southamp-
Stand. 5 PM.
presents
the
world
for $17.70 each
ton Publick
•Brain
Food: Parrish Art
premiere
The
New
with a choice of
House - Every
a of new
Sincerity,
comedy
wines at $9 a glass.
Wednesday!
Museum Director Terrie Sultan
presents
Alena
Smith,
by Bob
14. directed
a talk about Chuck
Noon.
Close Photographs.
by
Balaban.
Runs
1
2
3
4 5
through
June
6 7
Visit
www.baystreet.org.
• Guild Hall’s
Golf Outing at
Maidstone Club,
East Hampton.
11AM - 8PM.
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• Wellness
Foundation’s 4th
Annual Summer
Benefit in East
Hampton. 6 PM.
Guild
presents
All
Sons
Arthur
Miller,
directed
by
Stephen
Hamilton.
15
16 17
18
19
Starring
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Alec
My through Laurie Milligan, Hall is
win,
by June Bald- Cashus
Metcalf,
Tuck
• The Retreat’s
• Sax Leader
Lee
Muse.
Sons
All Against Abuse
an
American
Benefit “Stir It
All focuses
classic
that
on
“Roaring 20s
the
aftermath
Up” at Stephen
II. My Runs
of
World
War
Summer Soirée.”
28.
Talkhouse. 7 PM.
• The Ellen Hermanson
6:30 PM.
Foundation’s 20th an-
niversary gala “Veinte”
featuring Tito Puente, Jr.
and his band. At Steven
Klein’s Westkill Farm in
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Bridgehampton. 6:30 PM.
27
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Visit www.ellensrun.org.
• Bay Street
presents Five
Presidents.

Summer Soundtrack

Summer Soundtrack ANDREW WHITTON Bringing a touch of mystery, a pinch of hope and a heap

ANDREW WHITTON

Bringing a touch of mystery, a pinch of hope and a heap of class, Lorde is a genu- ine, gentle phenomenon. Ella Yelich has turned heads, defied preconceptions and made an indelible impression across the globe with Royals, Team and Pure Heroine.

The schoolgirl concocted her own brand of sophisticated, observational and distinctive pop music. When she linked up with pro- ducer and co-writer Joel Little, she found a kindred spirit and a musical catalyst, who was able to help translate her razor sharp lyrics and melodic sensibilities into some- thing truly special.

If there were ever any doubts, they were soon dispelled as Royals and the entire Love Club EP became a viral phenomenon, first in NZ, then all over in 2013. Ironically Royals would also transform her from un- typical observer to unlikely contender, and celebrity, as it took a nine week residency at the top of the Billboard charts, and achieved multi-platinum success in a mul- titude of territories.

The release of the album Pure Heroine added further substance to the extraor- dinary success - scaling the US Top Ten. Yelich had to decline the school ball, in favor of the likes of the Grammy’s (though she still wore her school shoes) where she was awarded Best Song Of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

If success has changed her, it isn’t show- ing. She remains the same straight for- ward, unique, smart, spirited individual, who initially insisted on sharing her songs and thoughts with the world for free. Go- ing from a first show in a tiny Auckland club basement, to a sold out American tour and top slots at the likes of Coachella and Lol- lapalooza. She maintains her integrity and never compromises her authenticity and honesty, no matter the setting.

Lorde has carved out her own space, one where her artistry will be able to grow and develop, as she continues on with her voy- age.

Andy Ford/NME, Time Inc

By Nelson George
By Nelson George

Uptown Special, the fourth album by producer-songwriter-musician Mark Ronson, is a tale of several cities, a wide range of collaborators, and a road trip deep into the American South. However the story of Ronson’s latest project really starts back when he was New York’s hot- test DJ. In the late 1990s into the early 2000s the New York club scene was percolating with booming hip-hop and glitzy R&B. In those days before he emerged as a multi-talented musical force Ronson manned the turntables of many great parties.

“It was a fun time to be playing music,” he says. “At clubs like Cheetah you didn’t have to play a hip hop record until 1 AM. You could play early ‘80s classics by Chaka Khan, Boz Scaggs and Michael Jackson and rock the crowd. I’d play Steely Dan’s Black Cow at 11:30 and it world work. Then, at 1 AM you’d play Hypnotize by Biggie and the crowd would go wild. I come back to those memories.”

This mix of vintage R&B and pop with contemporary hip-hop is what made Ronson a star DJ. “I never get tired of hearing records like Earth, Wind & Fire’s Can’t Hide Love next to Rock the Boat by Aaliyah,” says Ronson. “I want- ed this record to feel like hearing that kind of musical mix on a great New York club night.” Uptown Special has all of the flavor of a night with Mark rocking the ones and twos with funk, soul, and psychedelic pop in a style that echoes classic productions by Quincy Jones and Steely Dan, and funneled through its creators sophisticated understand- ing of arrangement and melody.

The first single, Uptown Funk, features Grammy award-winning superstar Bruno Mars on vocals and drums, who sings with passion and plays drums with fire that brings funk back on the radio. Though Ronson is now based out of London, most of Uptown Special was recorded in the United States with stops in Los Angeles, Memphis and Mis- sissippi.

The first song composed for Uptown Special was Summer Breaking, a jazz influenced track with harmonies and chord changes that fans of smart pop like Steely Dan will respect. “That’s a track I couldn’t have written in Eng- land,” Ronson says. “I had just started working out in Los Angeles with Jeff Bhasker, who is a Berkelee trained jazz pianist who is also equally gifted in gos- pel and soul. I was a massive fan of his work and eager to write some- thing that would impress him.” Bhasker came to fame working closely with Kanye West on his 808 & Heartbreak and My Beautiful Dark Twist- ed Fantasy and the West-Jay Z collaboration Watch the Throne. But it was after hearing Bhasker’s song for Alicia Keys, Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart, Ronson knew he had real musical soulmate.

Of his three previous albums Ronson feels like Uptown Special is clos- est in spirit to his 2003 debut, Here Comes the Fuzz, which came directly out his DJ experience. “The difference,” Mark says “is I was reaching for things musically I wasn’t quite ready to execute. With all the experience I’ve gained over the years I had the maturity and knowl- edge to really pull this together.”

For more info visit www.markronson.co.uk.

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Dining Dining Josann Jeffrey By
Dining
Dining
Josann Jeffrey
By
I feel so excited writing this cocktail recipe because it means summer is near, and maybe
I feel so excited writing this cocktail recipe because it means summer is
near, and maybe with enough wishful thinking we can have a continuous
spread of good weather to enjoy these cocktails. For this Memorial Day
weekend I am recommending a light-but-strong fruitful and floral drink,
“The Floral Sangria.” This one is simple. There is no added sugar, the
ingredients didn’t cost me a fortune, and with a smile on my face after
three sips, I knew I had found my summer drink.
Ingredients (Makes 1 Large Pitcher)
One bottle Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc (I used a bottle of Wolffer
Sauvignon Blanc from a previous Hidden Cellar Society shipment)
2 cups St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur*
1 orange, thinly sliced with peel left on
1 apple, sliced
8
blueberries
  • 8 raspberries 8 strawberries, sliced 1 bunch green grapes, sliced 1 bunch red grapes, sliced 2 peaches, sliced Ice

*Since it’s made without preservatives, you shouldn’t hold onto the St. Germain elderflower for more than six months. Just all the more reason to make pitchers of “The Floral Sangria” every weekend!

Combine the ingredients in a bowl or pitcher and refrigerate overnight. Serve in a glass over ice and smile.

Have a fun and fabulous Memorial Day! And as always Responsibly!

. . .

Drink

LEFT HAND, an espresso bar that opened recently in Montauk, was inspired by a shared love
LEFT HAND, an espresso bar that opened recently in Montauk, was inspired by a
shared love of good coffee and the coffee culture itself. Owners Yannis Papagianni
and Larry Siedlick are neither trying to reinvent the wheel, nor cater to the masses.
LEFT HAND simply wants to serve coffee the way they think it deserves to be
served, and how they like to drink it, in the heart of Downtown Montauk.

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Purée & Brown Butter With Lemon Parsnip By Chef Joe Cipro Ingredients (serves 4) 1 lb
Purée & Brown Butter
With
Lemon Parsnip
By
Chef Joe Cipro
Ingredients (serves 4)
1
lb sea scallops (cleaned)
4 large parsnips (peeled
& cut)
1
c whole milk
1 bay leaf
1/4 lb butter
6
lemons (peeled & juiced)
1/2 c sugar
1 c water
4
small bunches of mâché
Salt to your liking
1
oz canola oil
Method
Begin by melting the sugar
into the water over medium
heat, stirring occasionally.
Cook the lemon peel over me-
dium low heat in the resulting
simple syrup until they turn
soft and translucent.

While this is happening, boil the parsnips in water until they are soft. Heat the milk to a sim- mer and steep the bay leaf in the milk for five minutes. Add the parsnip, milk, and half of the butter to a blender cup. Season to your liking and purée.

Purée until a thick smooth consistency is achieved.

Once all of the elements are ready, heat a frying pan over high heat. Season the scallops and put the oil in the hot pan.

Heat the other half of the butter over medium heat, stirring often until the milk solids in the butter begin to turn brown. Take it off the heat and keep in a warm place.

Drop the scallops in the pan and sear on one side for one min- ute, then flip the scallops to the other side and sear for another minute.

The lemon peels should now be ready. Add the candied lemon peels, three tbsps of the lemon simple syrup used to cook the peels, and 1/4 cup of lemon juice to a blender cup.

Add the warm parsnip purée along with the lemon around the plate. Place scallops on top of the parsnip. Add some mâché to garnish with a drizzle of brown butter to finish. Enjoy!

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Photo Courtesy Craig Conover

By Annemarie Davin Photo by EZ Studios
By Annemarie Davin
Photo by EZ Studios

Countess LuAnn DeLesseps

Every summer in the Hamptons there are events that take place and every woman wants to make sure they look fabulous. Our always fashionably dressed local resident, Countess LuAnn DeLesseps, has come out with her own fashion line that’s chic, classy and affordable. The Countess Collection has a variety of pieces you can mix and match from pants to tops to dresses and much more! You can shop at evine.com and see what catches your eye! Vibrant colors and trendy patterns will have you looking your best this summer! Also visit www. countessluann.com for her most current happenings.

Craig Conover is the go-to-guy for men’s fashion and we got to see a lot of that on this season of Bravo’s “Southern Charm.” His Kennedy-esque classic good looks have him in high demand these days and have folks wondering if he’s thinking of trading the court room for the runway. Don’t bet on it. Conover has enough energy to juggle both a career in law and in modeling. This July he’ll be taking the bar exam regardless of some of the slack he’s gotten this season about his laid back demeanor toward work and his enthusiasm for the Charleston night life. Craig has a bachelor’s degree in finance and completed his education at the Charleston School of Law, so taking a little break before entering a full time career is something I think he deserves. Most people don’t know he gives back to underprivileged

Photo Courtesy Craig Conover By Annemarie Davin Photo by EZ Studios Countess LuAnn DeLesseps Every summer
Photo Courtesy Craig Conover By Annemarie Davin Photo by EZ Studios Countess LuAnn DeLesseps Every summer

Craig Conover (second from right) with other “Southern Charm” castmates.

children who have become victims of abuse/neglect that have had to be placed in the system. He’s the complete package and you may get your chance to meet him this summer in the Hamptons! Stay tuned for more on that and follow him on twitter and instagram!

This September the Golden Door International Film Festival will celebrate its fifth year. Founder Bill Sorvino has also been keeping himself busy with a variety of films that are coming out this year. Confidence Game, Steps (produced by Shaquille O’Neal) and A Place For Heroes are slated to come out in 2015. Mommy’s Box is another that was directed by Johnny Greenlaw and was filmed in Suffolk County. Sorvino will be filming Who’s Jenna Jameson starting this month followed by Sins in November. He also has two projects in development which are Oddfellas, a TV Dramedy with Joe D’Onofrio (Good Fellas) and Bravo Man in which he stars with his cousin Michael Sorvino and is written by Amanda Sorvino who is Michael and Mira Sorvino’s sister and Bill’s other cousin. He is often casted in lead roles and that’s no surprise given his family legacy and his training at William Esper Studio. You can keep up to date with him via his website www.billsorvino.com.

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Bill Sorvino Many movies start from books and Leaves of the Tree is no exception. David

Bill Sorvino

Many movies start from books and Leaves of the Tree is no exception. David J. Healey wrote a book which initiated from a web blog. A few short years later the movie is here and made its NYC Premiere at the SOHO International Film Festival earlier in May. The movie has garnered many festival awards including Best Screenplay, Best Dramatic Feature and Best Actor Eric Roberts,

just to name a few. The tagline “There’s a line that divides humanity and divinity” gives you the insight to what the movie is about. The leaves of an olive tree, divine healing and questioning whether to keep it a secret or not makes for a great dramatic movie with a cast that Donna McKenna, C.S.A. orchestrated together so perfectly, including newcomer Sarah Sebastiana, who lights up the screen with her natural talent. Check out their website for more info and where you can see the movie next at www.leavesofthetreethemovie.com.

Bill Sorvino Many movies start from books and Leaves of the Tree is no exception. David

Movies like Leaves of the Tree give people hope which is something you can never have enough of. On Long Island the radio station appropriately named Hope Radio does just that through its music and ties to the community projects that pay it forward. Rich Anderson started the station eight years ago with the vision of bringing hope to Long

Rich Anderson

Island because without it people perish. The station is a conduit to help the lost and the broken and there are many I have personally spoken to who have stated that they tuned in at a time when they were at their lowest and it helped get them back to a state of well being. Music nurtures the soul and so does laughter which is why you should check out the Morning Drive weekdays from 7AM to 11AM. Rich along with his two co-hosts will have you smiling and laughing as they bring you news, weather, sports and interviews with people from a local level to a national level. You can visit www. richandersonmedia.com or www.hoperadiony.com for more info.

If you want more information on anything written in this column please feel free to reach out to me at annemarie@famehampton.com and also stay tuned for a new show I’m putting together this summer called “Fame Meets Faith.” If you have a favorite person or celebrity you’d like to see interviewed, let me know that too! Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend and a Happy Father’s Day to all the dads!

By Laura Anne Pelliccio ccio Have a product trending in the Hamptons? Write to Beauty Editor,
By Laura Anne Pelliccio
ccio
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ditor,
Laura Anne Pelliccio at WizardOfSpa@HamptonDaze.com.
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Sothys offers slimming treatments and skincare using water based ele-
ments at their New York City spa. Sothys also has a new makeup line to
check out! www.SothysUSA.com
We can’t forget the “Sunblock King” of the Hamptons, Mr. Salvatore

With seawater spa therapies on the radar, Spa Technologies offers

highly effective, ultimate healing marine products for the skin and

body on the East End. They can be purchased on their website or at

Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa.

www.SpaTechnologies.com

Piazzola, Founder of Hampton Sun! The most luxurious of skincare

protection. Try the new Airbrush Bronzing Mist for instant tanning,

or the Sunless Tanning Mist for a week-long body glow. Find these

products all over the East End or on their website:

www.HamptonSunCare.com

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Fitness

By Jessica Mackin
By Jessica Mackin

A barre is the stationary handrail that is used during ballet warm up

exercises. These workout studios have incorporated the techniques

used to train ballet dancers into a workout that tones and sculpts the

body and offer quick results. I’ve done the leg work (and ab work, and

arm work, etc.) to bring you the best studios for barre in the Hamp-

Photo Courtesy Elements Fitness

Flyweel

Flyweel in East Hampton offers FlyBarre classes. FlyBarre is a body

sculpting class that blends dance, light weight training, and core

strengthening exercises.

65 Montauk Highway, Suite C

tons. Here are my recommendations. No dance experience required.

East Hampton

Just grab a pair of no-slip grip socks and get ready to feel the burn.

www.flywheelsports.com

Exhale

Physique 57

Hit the barre for Exhale’s signature full body workout, Core Fusion

Barre, designed to give you chiseled abs, toned legs, cut arms, and

a high, lifted butt.

2415 Main Street, Bridgehampton

www.ExhaleSpa.com

Elements Fitness

Elements Fitness Studio, founded by Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger,

has brought the barre to the beach with its studio location in East

Hampton. Elements Barre Fitness fuses principles of ballet

conditioning, yoga and Pilates.

66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

www.elementsfitnessstudio.com

The Physique 57 workout blends a barre-based workout with intervals

of cardio, strength training, stretching and recovery. Arms, thighs, seat

and abs get sculpted in the form of long, lean, gorgeous muscles.

264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton

www.Physique57.com

Pure Barre

In just 55 minutes you will achieve a full-body workout concentrat-

ing on the areas women struggle with the most: hips, thighs, seat,

abdominals and arms. The Pure Barre technique is low-impact,

protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping.

5 Windmill Lane, Southampton

www.purebarre.com

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“Best barre studio”

- Well+Good, 2014

Transform your body “Best barre studio” - Well+Good, 2014 exhale Bridgehampton 2415 Main St Bridgehampton, NY

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