• Last Speaker of Bonac

    By Cornelia Channing
    Photography by Doug Kuntz

    Does anyone still speak the ancient dialect of Springs and Amagansett?

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  • I Want to Be Alone

    By Augie Schultz
    Photography by

    In honor of August's Escapism Issue, here are six very specific places to sneak off to when the August crowds are working your last nerv

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  • Ayahuasca Moms

    By Sophie Griffin
    Photography by Erin Houghtaling
    As psychedelics gain scientific traction for their healing properties, enthusiasts are diving into enlightenment at weekend retreats by
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  • Up, Up, & Away

    By Erica-Lynn Huberty
    Photography by The Collection of Jeremy Cole

    Recalling the romance and tragedy of the Free Life balloon.

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  • My Life in A Cult

    By Spencer L. Schneider
    Photography by Tycho Burwell
    For 23 years, he says, he was trapped in an ultra-shadowy group that stole from him his dignity, his youth, and his psychological freedom.
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  • The Secret Story of a Seafaring Citizen Spy

    By Glyn Vincent
    Photography by Various Sources

    The British fleet was anchored near Gardiner’s Island, when a modest merchant from New London — one of the unheralded heroes who plied the Sound in small boa

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  • by EAST Staff · Aug. 8, 2016
    Photography by chelsea audibert

    Technically, they were told to walk, but Sag Harbor’s Legs ain’t walking anywhere. And why should they?

  • by Christopher Walsh · Aug. 8, 2016
    Photography by Jay Justin

    Alec Baldwin revives a town-hall style discussion series amid a historic election.

  • by Jack Graves · Aug. 8, 2016
    Photography by Durell Godfrey

    Rumor has it that the celebrity-studded Artists–Writers Game is looking for young blood.

  • by Amanda M. Fairbanks · Aug. 8, 2016
    Photography by michael halsband

    As author of the Social Q’s column in The New York Times, Philip Galanes delivers sage and amusing answers to readers’ personal-life queries, from “Is it too soon to text back?” to “Can I tell my motherin-law her wigs are ugly?” This time we had a few questions about him.

  • by Levi Shaw-Faber · Aug. 8, 2016
    Photography by zoe cohen

    Like the California pop of 1960s and ’70s, the sound of Jack and Eliza is as warm and irresistibly bittersweet as the last day of summer vacation.

  • by Amanda M. Fairbanks · Jul. 7, 2016
    Photography by Michael Halsband

    Round Swamp Farm has become a mecca, from May to December, for anyone who embraces locally sourced food and loves home cooking. And the successful business has preserved a fishing and farming way of life for a family whose roots have grown here on land and sea for three centuries.

  • by Iris Smyles · Jun. 6, 2016
    Photography by

    (An exclusive excerpt from her second novel of the same title)

    You are unemployed, at best very unsuccessful. Yet you go to parties. Parties where you meet people who ask, “So what do you do?”

    You live with your parents. You share a one-bedroom with three roommates. You consider ramen a food group. You update your Facebook profile daily.

    Your job has no title. You work within a department. You’re an unpaid intern. You’re assistant to the intern.

    You stop people on the street and ask them if they like comedy, then push ticket packages to the “best comedy club in New York!” You stop them and say, “Excuse me, may I ask you a question about your hair?” You hand out free soap samples; nobody wants your soap samples.

  • by Biddle Duke · Jun. 6, 2016
    Photography by

    The right whale is an apt metaphor for a good magazine in the digital era: big, slow, mesmerizingly beautiful, and . . . verging on the edge of extinction. The sense of setting off into some unknown is also appropriate.

  • by Michael Shnayerson · Jun. 6, 2016
    Photography by Dell Cullum, Doug Kuntz

    HE HAS ONE of the last great farms in the Hamptons, 33 acres in Wainscott north of old Main Street, and he is, in fact, East Hampton's last bona fide potato farmer.

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