Links: The Hamptons Now a Legitimate Art Destination, Other News from Around the East End

Isa Genzken’s “Two Orchids,” Part of Parrish Art Museum’s Field of Dreams
Jenny Gorman

The Hamptons Are Becoming a Legitimate Art Destination [Bloomberg]
Coopers Beach in Southampton 2nd Best in US, Dr. Beach Says [Dan’s Papers]
What to Do on a Rainy Day on the North Fork [Northforker]
Bridgehampton School to Submit Same Budget for June 15 [Newsday]
Hampton Chutney Squeezed Out of Amagansett Square [The East Hampton Star]
Nine Hottest Hotels to Check Out for Summer 2021 [NY Post]
Southold Civics Sound Alarm on ‘Huge’ Houses, Ask Town to Reduce What’s Allowed [The Suffolk Times]
Marram Montauk Settles Injunction Case With East Hampton Town [27East]
One for All: NoFo Shop Spotlights Extraordinary Entrepreneurs [Dan’s Papers]
Most of Office District To Be Excluded From Sag Harbor Rezoning Effort [Sag Harbor Express]
The Best Workout Classes to Try in the Hamptons This Summer [Observer]
Restaurant Openings and Moves Across the Hamptons [NY Times]
Memorial Poppies Art Installation Completed at World War I Monument [RiverheadLocal]
Tesla to Install Charging Station in East Hampton Village Lot [The East Hampton Star]
Three East End Business Says ‘We’re Ready’ for Return to Normalcy [Newsday]
Harmful Algal Bloom Experiment In Lake Agawam A Success So Far [27East]
Local Science Center Plans Rooftop Planetarium That Could Seat Up to 100 People [The Suffolk Times]