Solé East & Montauk Beach House – Eater

There are plenty of new restaurants in the Hamptons this year. You could easily spend a few weekends out East to check off your bucket list but finding a place to stay is no easy task. Whether you’re staying at a hotel or not, these establishments offer more than just welcoming rooms. The inviting restaurants at these properties are worth a visit, from waterfront spots to cozy inns.

Paint ‘N Pour – Timeout

NYC’s positivity rate is falling and temperatures are climbing, which means NYC is headed for a more “normal” summer. While mask-wearing will continue and we’ll still be talking about vaccine appointments, music venues are hosting shows, museums are opening major exhibitions, and rooftops are welcoming back revelers to drink in front of the skyline. It’ll look like the NYC we all know and love at last.

Kirsten Jordan – Crain’s New York Business

After more than a decade in the business, real estate broker Kirsten Jordan feels like she’s finally made it.

Jordan, 37, was cast as the first female broker on the hit Bravo television series Million Dollar Listing New York. The decision to have her join the show comes after eight seasons with an all-male cast that has included celebrity brokers Ryan Serhant, Frederik Eklund, Steve Gold, Luis Ortiz and Tyler Whitman.

D’Andra Simmons – Us Weekly

“We don’t mess around here in Texas,” D’andra Simmons explained, as she started her extensive nighttime skincare routine. “This is the land of the beauty queens!” The Real Housewives of Dallas star, 52, invited Us Weekly into her luxurious bathroom to show Us how she gets her beauty sleep. Watch the video above to see how it’s done!