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Today: Adventures in style near and far, from the holiday weekend.
This weekend, I headed North to Maine, which meant more lobster rolls than I've ever eaten, long hikes, tipped canoes, and more lobster rolls. (This crab roll/fried clams/lobster roll trio is from Red's Eats off of Route 1 in Wiscasset, and was easily my favorite.) —Leslie
Even on a windswept, too-cold-for-a-bikini Sunday, the Beach 97th Street Concession at Rockaway Park were slinging snacks like it was a Summer Friday—and we all braved the beach by pretending it was 20 degrees warmer than it was. —Amanda
My grandparents have been living in this house in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan for over 45 years. Whenever we have family events, my dad's three siblings and their children all come together to eat the mini Dove bars in my grandparents' freezer. —Sarah
The beginnings of Suarez Family Brewery. —Sam
Curtain hanging sans ladder can indeed be hacked. Here are phases 1 and 2. —Kenzi
Built-in shelving envy at my friend Lissa's in Brooklyn Heights. —Kristen
What are you up to on this holiday weekend? Share in the comments!