The Food Lab at Stony Brook Southampton is a center for research, information and education, incubating informed conversation and communication about food, from farming to food policy to nutrition and food literacy. Located on the East End of Long Island, Food Lab’s focus is primarily regional, but prides itself on having a national reach and influence.
The Scout Guide Hamptons is a city guide dedicated to living like an insider in The Hamptons, NY. Find @thescoutguide in 60+ locations.
The Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation focuses on enriching local school and community programs in the areas of wellness, nutrition and arts education. The Foundation’s broad definition of the arts includes visual arts (such as drawing, painting, photography, and conceptual), literary arts (such as poetry, novels and short stories, and comic/graphic novels), and performing arts (such as music, theatre, dance, operas, magic, and film). Wellness is an integrated view of the many aspects of life that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, to the formation of a balanced whole human being who functions well in society and has a deep grounding in the spirit. The Foundation will promote integrative activities such as nutrition, yoga, movement, and mindfulness.
Having brought exciting content and events to life with years of experience at Hamptons Magazine and Niche Media and over a decade of hands-on experience in the non-profit arena, Monroe East Consulting has a successful formula that is based on five pillars- philanthropy, real estate and home design, entertainment, food and drink, and health and wellness.
Monroe East creates a “Metamorphosis” for businesses by bringing companies together with thought leaders, taste makers and customers with unique programming, content and event activation. Combining non-profits and celebrity influencers in the art world, book publishing, TV, film, chefs, fitness talent, prominent faces in the home design world to build and grow business and exposure.
The SHED Workspace is the women’s community workspace in Sag Harbor. As friends, mothers and working women, The SHED was founded by Sarah Cohen, Amanda Fairbanks and Liza Tremblay and launched in October 2018. The SHED currently pops-up on Tuesdays at Estia’s Little Kitchen and provides members with WiFi, color printing and scanning, charging stations, coffee, tea and lunch for purchase provided by Estia’s. By coming together in a shared workspace, where women of diverse backgrounds feel welcome, encouraged, and supported, The SHED is helping local women to innovate — changing the ways we work, grow, and ultimately succeed.
The Long Island Community Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization that connects donors with the full spectrum of charitable organizations within our community. Our mission is to enhance the well-being of the people and communities of Long Island. In 1978, The New York Community Trust, one of the nation's oldest and largest community foundations, established a Long Island division to provide Nassau and Suffolk County residents with an economical alternative to a private foundation or a commercial gift fund.
Founded in 1898 within one of the most concentrated creative communities in the United States, the Parrish Art Museum has been a vital cultural presence on the East End of Long Island from its inception. For more than a century, the Museum has endured and expanded—from a single exhibition hall in Southampton Village built by Samuel Longstreth Parrish to showcase his collection, to its relocation in 2012 to a light-filled, purpose-built facility in Water Mill, New York.
Here at Anolon we know that food, cooking, eating and life connect us, and are interconnected. We know that these connections are personal and collective, extending across histories, social lives, cultures. And that we renew and refresh them every day through great food and great cooking. We are therefore committed to making quality gourmet kitchenware. To designing and providing kitchenware that supports, grows and sustains these connections. And committed to supporting, growing and sustaining our connection to you.
Interior designer Rona Landman specializes in high-end residential and commercial design, handling projects from Manhattan to Montauk. Landman recently launched her Quogue office bringing her unique design point of view that includes her extensive knowledge of state of the art building products which enhance her versatile, comfortable, richly layered sophisticated interiors. A long time resident of the East End, Landman is inspired by the beautiful topography of the area, natural bays, quaint towns, various architectural styles and the extraordinary light.