Cell Service in the Hamptons is Not Good

Bess Rattray, 54, a writer and volunteer emergency medical technician, grew up in East Hampton and now lives near the village’s main business district. Ms. Rattray’s cellphone frequently fails in her own home, forcing her into the front yard. Sometimes, she said, her phone will simply say “unavailable,” which typically occurs when there are “too…

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Is the Montauk Party Over?

Before 2020, it was impossible to miss a wooden beach bar in Montauk called the Sloppy Tuna. Shoes and shirts were optional. Bikini-clad ladies and shirtless men would guzzle piña coladas on the deck. It was involved in numerous drug arrests and noise complaints. Now that era has come to an end. The space reopens…

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