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Scroll down for photos from the 9th Annual Hamptons Happening Feast Benefiting the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation Honoring Ruth Finley and Chef Todd English in Bridgehampton, NY on July 27, 2013
Photos from the 2013 Hamptons Happening Feast…
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Photos from the 2nd Annual St. Barth’s Hamptons Gala with Social Life Magazine hosted by Molly Sims in Bridgehampton, NY on July 20, 2013
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Photos from Long Island Pulse Magazine’s Garden Party at the Antiques Center of Southampton on July 20, 2013
Scroll down for photos from a Gold Coast Affair at Prime Restaurant Benefiting the North Shore Animal League America Hosted by Beth Stern in Huntington, NY on July 18, 2013
Photos from a Gold Coast Affair at Prime Restaurant Benefiting the North Shore Animal League America in Huntington, NY on July 18, 2013
WHO: Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar www.restaurantprime.com
WHAT: Mobile Adoption Event for North Shore Animal League America
WHERE: 117 New York Avenue, Huntington, NY, 11743 631.385.1515
WHEN: Thursday, July 18, 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
HUNTINGTON HARBOR’S PRIME: AN AMERICAN KITCHEN & BAR
HOSTS NORTH SHORE ANIMAL LEAGUE AMERICA PET ADOPTION EVENT
Huntington, NY — Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar (www.restaurantprime.com, 115 New York Avenue, Huntington NY 11743, 631.385.1515) hosts a special pet adoption event for North Shore Animal League America on Thursday, July 18 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Members of the public may take home their new pet directly from the Animal League’s mobile adoption unit which will be stationed at the luxury waterfront location for one evening. In addition to Prime’s spectacular sunset views overlooking Huntington Harbor, the Gold Coast glamour extends to a display of exclusive sports cars and yachts from Ferrari-Maserati and Sunseeker.
Says co-owner of Prime Restaurant, Michael Bohlsen, “Finding safe and permanent homes for our four-legged friends is fundamental to the quality of life for both them and their owners. We are delighted to support the Animal League’s quest to help these canines and felines find their way into the homes and hearts of Long Islanders.”
Adds Beth Stern, spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America, “I thank Prime for hosting this wonderful adoption event for the Animal League. I have experienced firsthand how adopting pets can change your life. There are so many wonderful animals to be found in local shelters.”
Stern also currently leads a campaign to make the dream of Bianca’s Furry Friends a reality. The project will create a state-of-the-art Feline Adoption & Wellness Center to help the Animal League increase the number of lives saved and significantly enhance the Animal League’s current operations for sheltering felines. The Wellness Center, named after Beth & Howard Stern’s beloved bulldog, Bianca, will be a 14,000-square-foot facility serving as a stress-free environment for up to 200 adoptable cats and kittens by creating cage-free accommodations.
Adds Stern, “While the new Wellness Center will help save thousands more cats each year, the new space will open up room in the current shelter to help us be able to rescue more dogs. It’s a win-win for all animals and those who love them.”
ABOUT NORTH SHORE ANIMAL LEAGUE AMERICA (25 Davis Avenue ,Port Washington, NY 11050; (516) 883.7575 or www.animalleague.org) North Shore Animal League America – Home of the Mutt-i-gree® – headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. Animal League America reaches across the country to rescue, nurture and adopt 20,000 pets into happy and loving homes each year. Over the past decade, Animal League America saved over 200,000 lives and has saved over 1,000,000 animals since its inception. “Like” us at [http://www.facebook.com/TheAnimalLeague] Facebook.com/TheAnimalLeague, follow us at [http://twitter.com/AnimalLeague] Twitter.com/AnimalLeague. To learn more about animal rescue and welfare, visit [http://www.animalleague.org/] www.AnimalLeague.org.
ABOUT PRIME: AN AMERICAN KITCHEN & BAR (117 New York Avenue, Huntington, NY, 11743, 631.385.1515 www.restaurantprime.com): Opened in 2006, Prime is among one of the finest restaurants not just on Long Island, or in New York, but in the world. Honored with an International Star Diamond Award from The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences, it also represented Long Island in an I Love New York luncheon at Manhattan’s James Beard House. The latest trends in cuisine and design come together at Prime to present the most insatiable and fashionable of diners with a first-choice dining destination whatever their mood. Under one roof, diverse menus combine classic favorites with modern twists to be savored in surroundings of equally balanced contrasts with a striking décor. Dine in the elegant dining room or private Vine Rooms, at the bar, in the Lodge or outside on the Porch, the Fantail Deck, dockside, at the Cabana Bar or on one’s boat with Prime Picnic Basket service. The Prime experience is underscored by excellent service and topped off by a spectacular view of Huntington Harbor. Prime is part of The Bohlsen Restaurant Group (www.brgroup.biz) which also includes the new Harbor Club at Prime; newly acclaimed as #1 on Long Island, the four-star Monsoon Asian Kitchen and Lounge in Babylon Village; top Zagat-rated Tellers Chophouse and the chic and casual Verace in Islip; neighborhood favorite Beachtree Café in East Islip; and the vibrant H2O Seafood Grill in Smithtown.
Suzee Foster, Public Relations Director,
Bohlsen Restaurant Group
631.277.5400 or 917.359.4323
Lindsey Calabrese, Communications Manager,
North Shore Animal League America
516.883.7900, Ext. 482 or 516.840.0066
Scroll down for photos from the Parrish Art Museum’s Mid-Summer Party in Water Mill, NY on July 13, 2013
PARRISH ART MUSEUM’S 2013 MIDSUMMER PARTY RAISED $1 MILLION
EVENT ON SATURDAY, JULY 13, WAS ATTENDED BY APPROXIMATELY 1,000 ARTISTS, PHILANTHROPISTS, BUSINESS LEADERS, AND ART-WORLD GUESTS
Parrish Art Museum
Terrie Sultan, Director
For the first time, the Parrish Art Museum’s annual Midsummer Party was held in its new home in Water Mill, NY, which opened to the public on November 10, 2012. Located on fourteen acres, the 34,400-square-foot, Herzog & de Meuron-designed building is the first art museum built on the East End of Long Island in more than a century and the cultural centerpiece and most recognizable architectural landmark in the region.
FUNDS RAISED: $1,000,000
Cocktails and Dinner: 575
After Ten: 400
Other Distinguished Guests
Karen & Bill Ackman
Leslie & Bruce Brille
Mildred C. Brinn
Stacey & Matthew Bronfman
Stewart Lane & Bonnie Comley
Beth Rudin DeWoody
Gale & Ira Drukier
Amanda & Glenn Fuhrman
Elizabeth & David Granville-Smith
Jamee & Peter Gregory
Elisabeth & H. Peter Haveles Jr.
Tony Ingrao & Randy Kemper
Chad A. Leat
David Maupin & Stefano Tonchi
Alexandra Stanton & Sam Natapoff
Mary Kathryn & Alexander Navab
Charlene & James M. Nederlander
Margo MacNabb Nederlander & James L. Nederlander
Leslie Tonkonow & Klaus Ottmann
Liliane & Norman L. Peck
Sandy & Stephen Perlbinder
Michèle & Steven Pesner
Avis & Bruce Richards
Fiona H. Rudin
Robin & Frederic M. Seegal
Barbara J. Slifka
Marcia Dunn Sobel & Jonathan Sobel
Susan & Peter Solomon
Tanya Traykovski & Carlo Bronzini Vender
Melanie & John Wambold
Cynthia Clift & David K. Wassong
Aerin Lauder & Eric Zinterhofer
10:00 pm–1:00 am—Dessert and Dancing
HSBC Private Bank
Olivier Cheng Catering & Events
Ron Wendt Design presented the décor for the 2013 Midsummer Party. Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception inside the Museum, followed by dinner on the museum’s open-air porch at long parallel tables inspired by the museum’s clean and linear architecture. After dinner, guests danced in the museum’s theater, relaxed in lounge areas around the Museum, and visited exhibitions in the galleries.
David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors
INSTALLATIONS AND PERFORMANCES:
Installations by Aakash Nihalani
Programmed by Kyle Hardin DeWoody, Andrea Grover, and Tripoli Patterson
AFTER TEN CO-CHAIRS:
Avery Andon, Nicholas Cinque, Alexandra Fairweather, and Anne Huntington
Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating (closed July 13) The first comprehensive exploration of Alice Aycock’s drawings, a vital aspect of the renowned sculptor’s creative process.
Platform: Josephine Meckseper (through October 14) Sculptural works installed in the outdoor gallery, lobby, and permanent collection galleries respond to the Museum’s architecture and collection.
The first-ever installation of the Permanent Collection (ongoing) The collection features more than 2,700 works ranging from the nineteenth century to the present, a portion of which is on view for the first time in the Museum’s 115-year history, ranging from masterworks by American Impressionist William Merritt Chase and post-war American realist Fairfield Porter, to work by prominent contemporary artists.
The Museum’s programs are made possible, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the property taxpayers from the Southampton School District and the Tuckahoe Common School District.
Hampton Jitney is the Official Transportation Sponsor and an Official Media Sponsor of the Parrish Art Museum.
Photos from the Parrish Art Museum’s Mid-Summer Party
Scroll down for photos from the 2013 US Women’s Open Golf at Sebonack Golf Course in Southampton, NY June 24-30, 2013
Photos from the 2013 US Women’s Open Golf at Sebonack Golf Course
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Photos from the Southampton Fresh Air Home 26th Annual Summer Picnic and Grucci Fireworks
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