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These 10 East End Pies Are Perfect Holiday Desserts

Pie is undoubtedly the dessert of the holiday season (sorry fruitcake), and as such, November and December should be spent tasting a wide variety of flavors and styles to expand your pie palate when the treat is at its most readily available. Here are 10 pies you should try on the East End this year.

Tips For Decorating Your Home For The Holidays

More people than ever will be spending the holidays on the East End this year, and that means dressing up Hamptons homes more than ever for the season.

Hamptons Man Charged With Seeking Absentee Ballots For Dead Mom

A Water Mill man was arrested Friday for allegedly submitting two absentee ballot applications for his mother months after she died, Suffolk County prosecutors said.

New Dan’s Papers Podcast: Who’s Here in The Hamptons

Dan Rattiner, the founder of Dan's Papers, a name synonymous with the Hamptons, as the famous column, “Who’s Here in the Hamptons” becomes a podcast! 

Behind The Hedges Webinar:  Curious About the Current State of the...

Join Behind The Hedges’ free online webinar and hear from local real estate agents who are experts on Hamptons real estate.

Pandemic Not The First Time NYC Residents Escaped To Long Island

OpEd: It’s not just the Hamptons that are being impacted by city people seeking escape. A regional phenomenon is at hand. 

Trump to Host Hamptons Fundraiser This Weekend 

President Donald Trump plans to hold two high-dollar campaign fundraiser events in Southampton this Saturday, the latest effort by the campaign to expand its war chest ahead of Election Day. 

Last-Minute Long Island Summer Staycation Guide

East End getaways: Looking to plan a last-minute staycation out east before Labor Day? Here’s a few places that won’t break the bank.  

Conscience Point: PBS Shinnecock Documentary Airs Monday

Conscience Point, a documentary following the struggle of the Shinnecock Indian Nation's fight to reclaim its ancestral lands in the Hamptons, airs Monday night on PBS.

Witch Trials: Hexing in the Hamptons

The accusation led to one of the earliest witchcraft trials in the American colonies — and it took place in East Hampton in 1657, 35 years before the notorious Salem witchcraft trials of 1692 and 1693.