— The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has teamed up with Cafe Max restaurant in East Hampton this month. Adopt a black kitten or cat or any adult cat (over the age of 1) during the month of October and receive a gift certificate to Cafe Max. In honor of all black cats, I've posted a picture of my black cat, whose name is Nas.
— This morning, I'm headed to the groundbreaking ceremony at the Kraus Family Health Center of the Hamptons at Southampton Hospital, which will replace the county-operated health centers in Southampton and East Hampton. A family practice, women’s health services and dental services will all be provided at the new state-of-the-art facility at the Southampton Hospital annex. Check back later for more details.
— Panera Bread is observing Breast Cancer Awareness month with Pink Ribbon bagels. Buy yours at Panera Bread in the Bridgehampton Commons this month and a portion of the proceeds will benefit three breast cancer charities on Long Island.
— What do you think about Town Line Road? Is it the new "it" spot to own real estate. East Hampton real estate broker Gary DePersia thinks it is. He's sold $45 million worth of real estate on that road alone in the last five months. Tell us what you think. Sound off at the bottom of the article on the sales.
— Last week we ran a story from our friend Nadine Cheung at AOL about making a perfect Mason jar salad. Patch readers ate it up. We've put together a great Pinterest board of other ideas. Share your favorite Mason jar links and recipes below or via Twitter at #patchcooks.
- Find a new home in East Hampton.
- Or visit a few open houses.
- What’s playing at the movies … and when?
- High and low tide times.
- Advertise your yard sale ahead of the weekend.
- See those yard sales pop up on our map.