The East Hampton Star talks to Paul Goldberger, the architecture critic for The New Yorker.


“The good news, Mr. Goldberger said as he drove the back roads, is that East Hampton, Sagaponack, and the surrounding communities didn’t self-destruct. They are still beautiful, with unspoiled beaches and leafy country roads, and the area remains more popular than ever.”

A delightful piece. See the entire article below:

The Dawn of the Hamptons House by Elizabeth Fasolino 3/14/07