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Historical Celebrations

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - It was a weekend for history and historical celebrations on the East End. Sag Harbor marked its 300th birthday with a blowout weekend-long bash. History of another sort was made this weekend with a perfectly timed exhibition at The Southampton Historical Museum, “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton”.


Poolside Parties and Upper East Side Fetes

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - Judy and Michael McDowell just threw the most fun poolside party this weekend for 200 of their nearest and dearest. Back in The Big Apple, Mary and Frank Skillern opened up their elegant East Side townhouse for a another wonderfully intimate evening of dinner followed by a performance by musical star K.T. Sullivan in the Skillern’s first floor cabaret.


Generous Generations

Within The Hedges - The Parrish Art Museum turned the spotlight onto the next generation of local artists this past weekend with the opening of their School Art Festival. The Peconic Bay Medical Center brought the Swinging 60's to the Inn at East Wind with their Candlelight Ball.


Glittering Evenings

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The Hamptons hit the Big Apple earlier this week when Bay Street Theater held their annual Winter Benefit. The glittering evening included entertainment by Mary Cleere Haran and the Hank Lane Revue. DIFFA’S Dining by Design hosted a weekend long extravaganza to raise funds for AIDS research with some of the East Ends most fashionable interior designers. Cheers to all.


Evenings of Reunion and Celebration

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Music legend Clive Davis joined Stephen Marriott, Hollywood Producer and Southampton resident Marty Richards, News Channel 4 anchor Chuck Scarborough and many other celebrities and honorees for the “Music of Winternight” Gala. In our own backyard, The Parrish Art Museum was packed all weekend - first with Two Corks and a Fork and then with the Third Annual High School Art Exhibition and Competition. We also managed to fit in a trip to Bravura and a little Irish Step dancing.


Delicious Soirées

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Planning a party can really take its toll on the committee. It's a good thing that the folks organizing the Great Chefs Dinner for the Hayground School took some time to sample their menus before the big event. Talking about big events, Steve Schwarzman celebrated his birthday in grand style. For he's a jolly good fellow!


Delightful Springtime Soirees

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - It was a hopping good time as The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Associates Committee celebrated their 16th Annual Bunny Hop at FAO Schwarz. The Great Chefs Dinner to benefit the Hayground School was one big family affair at Lure Fishbar. And spring officially sprung in the Hamptons at the Parish Art Museum’s annual Spring Fling and at the Sock Hop to benefit Ellen's Run in Amagansett.


Art For The Cure

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Art shows abound this time of year. A few caught our attention as they focused on finding a cure for cancer and funding needed research. We dropped in on the 3rd Annual Birdhouse Auction to benefit the South Fork Breast Health Coalition and the Preview Party for The Haughton International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show to benefit The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.


Electrifying Evenings

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Dance Rocks, the glittering benefit for Career Transition for Dancers (CTFD), lived up to its name. The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s 19th Annual Preview Party at the Park Avenue Armory was a rousing success. Hooray for Hollywood to benefit The Auditory Oral School of New York at Steiner Studios was glam.


Hamptons Art Scene Shines

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The art scene was cookin’ all over the Hamptons this weekend! In Southampton, Chrysalis Gallery hosted a lovely landscape show and there was a group show at Good Conscience Gallery. We got into the holiday spirit at the Southampton Historical Museum for their new show “Decembers, Past and Present." Back in NYC, Ivan Jenson showed at the National Arts Club.


Gourmets and Collectors

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - New York City’s top chefs gathered at Pier Sixty for the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) annual benefit, which raised $675,000. Tasty! A young, social and hip crowd put on their finery and headed for the Seventh Regiment Armory on Park Avenue Armory for The Winter Antiques Show’s annual Young Collector’s Night. Lovely!


Big Holiday Splashes

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Daria Deshuk's The Gallery on Maple Lane hosted the Artists Holiday Exhibition and benefit. Saturday began early with the ever growing holiday tradition - the Polar Bear Plunge at Cooper's Beach. Wild by Nature in Hampton Bays hosted their first, and very delicious, Holiday Festival.


Festive Parties Celebrate The Season

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - From Westhampton to Montauk and up and down the North Fork holiday revelers were in full swing. No place seemed to be in the party mode more than Southampton where almost every evening our favorite locals were teeming with festive party folks. Southampton Publick House, 75 Main, The Drivers Seat, and Barrister's were top choices this year for the fun set and were jumping every night.


Art Emerges and Theater Honors

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The art community came out for BOMB and raised over $350,000 for emerging artists. The theater community came out a day later to honor Wynn Handman, the man who trained some of Hollywood’s brightest stars. Both glittering crowds included artists, actors, writers, and directors.


Cocktail Parties and Gala Affairs

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Bunky held a lovely party for Stella Adler Studio. Evidence, A Dance Company’s "On Our Toes" was fabulous. Southampton Historical Museum and Research Center held its Late Summer Cocktail Party. The Hamptons SOCIAL @ Ross concert series ended with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The Suffolk County Chapter of The Red Cross hosted an Evening of Luxury. The 5th Anniversary Celebration Dinner of Fighting Chance was wonderful. The Project’s last event of summer, Nightbeat, rocked. Andrew Borrok hosted a special launch party for Lorraine Bracco. The Gershowitz's hosted the Sixth Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction to benefit Chabod of Southampton Jewish Center.


Autumn Festivals Begin

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The Southampton Historical Museum hosted its annual Harvest Day: Southampton's Folk Art and Farm Day on the grounds of the Rogers Museum. There was a triple celebration at Cormaria Retreat House in Sag Harbor. Neighbors turned out to support their own. Artists saved the horses and VH1's Save The Music gala in the heart of Lincoln Center brought an eclectic and electric mix of guests.


Fancy Dressy Parties

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - With the summer-like weather continuing to bless the East End, scores of Hamptonites have taken great advantage with a raft of golf outings, harvest festivals, and yes, poolside parties!


Screen Legends

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The International film community invaded the Hamptons this past weekend bringing over 100 films to the masses. There were parties all over but none as interesting as the event at Studio 77.


High Energy Salutes

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The Southampton Cultural Center was the setting for a lively kickoff reception for the 2nd Annual East End Black Film Festival. WW II hero Jan Karski was honored at the De Lamar Mansion, home to the Polish Consulate.


Spring Cocktail Parties

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The on again off again rains of last week played havoc with everyone’s outdoor schedule of gardening and getting ready for summer but at least there were some fabulous, spirited fetes that no amount of rain could dampen.


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