The movie Gladiator was playing on a big screen above the dance floor at Conscience Point as a blond go-go dancer, one of a dozen working the Southampton nightclub for the summer, gyrated up on the edge of a banquette.
Clad in a skimpy, shredded One Million Years B.C. bikini, she didn’t have much Read More
On a recent afternoon, 25-year-old tennis pro Nabile Taslimant stood next to a clay court at Town Tennis, an unmarked club on East 56th Street, gloomily observing one of the tragic pantomimes of his profession. On the adjacent court, a weary-looking pro was intentionally losing to an old man who had demanded a match.
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It was Saturday, May 6, a weirdly warm 85 degrees, and Noah Tepperberg, 24, and Jason Strauss, 26, the co-owners of the one-year-old Southampton nightclub Conscience Point, were trying to decide how to mark the entrance to the six-bedroom house on Noyack Street they’d bought for $640,000 five days earlier.
“Maybe a sculpture?” asked Mr. Read More