Laurent Tourondel’s LT Burger is scheduled to open its Westhampton location this summer. (Google Maps, Getty, LT Burger)UPDATED, 11:26 a.m., April 2, 2021: LT Burger will open a second Hamptons location just in time for the summer season.The restaurant chain, created by chef Laurent Tourondel, signed a lease at 115 Main Street in Westhampton, according to the building’s owner. The 2,400-square-foot space is slated to open in May.Tourondel has two other restaurants in Sag Harbor — LT Burger and Sag Pizza — along with a several eateries in New York, Miami, London and other locations.The 6,400-square-foot Main Street property traded hands in 2019, with current owners Stephen Matri and Lance Falow picking it up for $3 million. They’re now in the process of renovating and rebuilding the property.ADVERTISEMENT“It’s going to be truly the center of town and activity,” Falow said.Read moreHungry, hungry Hamptons: NYC restaurants follow “gold rush”NYC, New Jersey restaurants to open at 50% capacityThe 10 priciest Hamptons homes sales of 2020 LT Burger did not respond to a request for comment.While restaurants in the city have faced more stringent Covid restrictions during the pandemic — they were not allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity until March — eateries in the rest of the state have been operating at the half capacity for months.As a result, a handful of New York city restaurants have migrated out east, following the renters and buyers that relocated to the Hamptons.Café Boulud, Carbone and Il Buco have established pick-up or delivery services on the East End, and city bars Dante and Death & Co. have also set up shop there.Contact Sasha Jones Tags Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Commercial Real Estatehamptons-weeklyRetail Real EstateWesthampton Share via Shortlink Email Address* Full Name* Note: This story has been updated to include the square footage of the building and restaurant.
Message* Full Name* Major Food Group partners Rich Torrisi, Jeff Zalaznick and Mario Carbone over Miami/Miami Beach (Getty, iStock)Major Food Group is serving up four new restaurants as part of its expansion in South Florida, The Real Deal has learned.The New York-based restaurant group, led by founders Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, will open an Israeli concept in the South-of-Fifth neighborhood of Miami Beach and a French steakhouse in Brickell. It will also open two Sadelle’s restaurants, sources told TRD.Major Food Group inked a 10,000-square-foot lease for a Sadelle’s Restaurant and Market at Russell Galbut’s mixed-use 1212 Lincoln Road development in Miami Beach, where a citizenM hotel is under construction. Sadelle’s is also opening on Mary Street in Coconut Grove, in a space that will fit up to 150 patrons.Rendering of 1212 Lincoln RoadThe hospitality company’s concepts include Carbone, Dirty French, Parm and Sadelle’s. In South Florida, Major Food opened Carbone, at 49 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach in January; and more recently, ZZ’s Sushi Bar in the Miami Design District. It also operates in Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv and New York.Zalaznick, a partner, relocated to Miami Beach from New York in October. He and his wife recently paid $15 million for the waterfront home they were renting from Hall of Famer Mike Piazza.A number of New York restaurateurs have decamped for Miami in recent months, encouraged by the lack of restrictions on businesses and the surge in demand for dining.Pastis, a New York City institution led by James Beard award-winning restaurateurs Stephen Starr and Keith McNally, plans to open in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood next year.Contact Katherine Kallergis Share via Shortlink Tags Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Email Address* Coconut Grovelincoln roadMiami BeachRestaurantsRussell Galbut
Analysis of satellite altimeter data reveals anomalously high Eddy Kinetic Energy (EKE) in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) during the period 2000–2002. Around 2–3 years earlier (1998), the circumpolar eastward wind stress (as quantified by the Southern Annular Mode; SAM) showed a significant positive peak, and we have shown previously that the ACC peaked around 1998 in response. An eddy-resolving ocean model is used to investigate the delay between wind forcing and the eddy response, and demonstrates that the lag is due to the time taken to influence the deep circulation of the ACC. Winds over the Southern Ocean have shown a strong climatic increase over the past few decades. If this increase in winds is also reflected as an increase in eddy activity (as our analysis suggests it might), then the increased poleward heat flux may have played a significant role in the observed warming of the Southern Ocean.
Nematode worms are one of the most important soil faunal groups in Antarctica. However, relatively little is known about their widerdistribution, biogeography and history in the region, and taxonomic information remains confused or incomplete. Here, we hypothesisethat the Alexander Island (southern maritime Antarctic) fauna includes elements that have survived (at least) the period of Pleistoceneglaciation in situ, forming a regional centre of endemism and biodiversity hotspot. We describe nematological surveys carried out acrossa latitudinal gradient between 68 and 771S along the southern Antarctic Peninsula, comparing the data obtained with the maritimeAntarctic fauna described in the few previous studies between northern Marguerite Bay and the South Orkney Islands (60–681S). Ingeneral, our survey supports previous findings of a lack of overlap at species level between the maritime and continental Antarcticbiogeographical zones, with the large majority of specimens obtained from all survey sites being attributable to known maritime or newand currently endemic taxa. However, collections from Alexander Island, Alamode Island and the most westerly site sampled, CharcotIsland, include specimens morphologically very close to two known continental Antarctic species, which may indicate a link between thetwo regions. The fauna obtained at the northern study sites (ca. 681S, Adelaide Island, Marguerite Bay) closely matches that describedpreviously. However, in contrast with widely described patterns of decreasing diversity in other Antarctic biota, species richnessincreased markedly at locations on Alexander Island (ca. 721S), including a substantial element of undescribed species (50% of taxaacross all locations, 40% of taxa found on Alexander Island). Finally, the most southerly samples obtained, from inland nunataks inEllsworth Land (75–771S), indicate a fauna that does not include nematodes, which is exceptional not only in an Antarctic context butalso for soils worldwide.
Aims: To exploit the cyanobacterial diversity of microbial mats growing in the benthic environment of Antarctic lakes for the discovery of novel antibiotic and antitumour activities. Methods and results: In all, 51 Antarctic cyanobacteria isolated from benthic mats were cultivated in the laboratory by optimizing temperature, irradiance and mixing. Productivity was generally very low (<= 60 mg l(-1) d(-1)) with growth rates (mu) in the range of 0.02-0.44 d(-1). Growth rates were limited by photosensitivity, sensitivity to air bubbling, polysaccharide production or cell aggregation. Despite this, 126 extracts were prepared from 48 strains and screened for antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities. Seventeen cyanobacteria showed antimicrobial activity (against the Gram-positive Staphylococcus aureus, the filamentous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus or the yeast Cryptococcus neoformans), and 25 were cytotoxic. The bioactivities were not in accordance with the phylogenetic grouping, but rather strain-specific. One active strain was cultivated in a 10-l photobioreactor. Conclusions: Isolation and mass cultivation of Antarctic cyanobacteria and LC-MS (liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry) fractionation of extracts from a subset of those strains (hits) that exhibited relatively potent antibacterial and/or antifungal activities, evidenced a chemical novelty worthy of further investigation. Significance and impact of the study: Development of isolation, cultivation and screening methods for Antarctic cyanobacteria has led to the discovery of strains endowed with interesting antimicrobial and antitumour activities.
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: American bipolar plant distributions characterize taxa at various taxonomic ranks but are most common in the bryophytes at infraspecific and infrageneric levels. A previous study on the bipolar disjunction in the dung moss genus Tetraplodon found that direct long-distance dispersal from North to South in the Miocene–Pleistocene accounted for the origin of the Southern American endemic Tetraplodon fuegianus, congruent with other molecular studies on bipolar bryophytes. The previous study, however, remained inconclusive regarding a specific northern hemisphere source region for the transequatorial dispersal event that gave rise to T. fuegianus. METHODS: To estimate spatial genetic structure and phylogeographic relationships within the bipolar lineage of Tetraplodon, which includes T. fuegianus, we analyzed thousands of restriction-site-associated DNA (RADseq) loci and single nucleotide polymorphisms using Bayesian individual assignment and maximum likelihood and coalescent model based phylogenetic approaches. KEY RESULTS: Northwestern North America is the most likely source of the recent ancestor to T. fuegianus. CONCLUSIONS: Tetraplodon fuegianus, which marks the southernmost populations in the bipolar lineage of Tetraplodon, arose following a single long-distance dispersal event involving a T. mnioides lineage that is now rare in the northern hemisphere and potentially restricted to the Pacific Northwest of North America. Furthermore, gene flow between sympatric lineages of Tetraplodon mnioides in the northern hemisphere is limited, possibly due to high rates of selfing or reproductive isolation.
May 24, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah’s Gobert Named NBA All-Defensive First Team Written by Robert Lovell FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT) — Jazz center Rudy Gobert is one of five players on the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team.The teams were announced yesterday. The 25-year-old averaged 2.3 blocks and 10.7 rebounds per game for Utah and served as a dominant rim protector. This is Gobert’s second straight season earning this honor.Gobert led all players in votes, garnering 192 points with 94 first team votes out of 100 possible. Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans finished second in the voting and is on the NBA All-Defensive First Team for the first time.Joining Gobert and Davis on the first team are Victor Oladipo of the Indiana Pacers, Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday, and Philadelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington.Three other Jazz players received votes for the NBA All-Defensive teams: Ricky Rubio, Derrick Favors and Donovan Mitchell. Tags: Basketball/NBA/NBA All-Defensive Team/Rudy Gobert/Utah Jazz
July 3, 2018 /Sports News – National Pitcher CC Sabathia credits training regimen for late-career success FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailScott Clarke/ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia is pitching in the midst of his eighteenth Major League season, and it has been one of his most effective in several years.Sabathia entered the month of July ranked among the top pitchers in the American League in earned run average (ERA), and has kept the Yankees in the running for a division title.Weeks away from his 38th birthday, Sabathia says one of the keys to his late-career success has been his training regimen, a routine he developed while working out with his former teammate, Andy Pettitte.“I think everything late in my career has been after Andy. We worked out a lot together when he was playing, and I was picking his brain on what to do in the offseason from a routine perspective,” Sabathia said in an exclusive conversation with ABC News. “Andy Pettitte has been a great mentor… I’ve watched a lot of video of him the last couple of years, and what he’s turned into the past couple of years, it’s really helped me.”Sabathia was speaking before attending Triple Play Day at the Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center in New York City in late June. As he discussed his season and dedication to fitness with ABC News, he was kicking off a series of nationwide events with the Boys & Girls Clubs to encourage youth development, exercising, and physical health.Sabathia says he has tried boxing in recent years–a newer workout routine for the long time ace, who stands six feet and six inches tall. He says boxing does not put as much stress on his lower body, and he has alternated between other workouts to put less stress on his joints, such as swimming.Shaking up his exercise regimen is not the only change Sabathia made.“Oh no, I’ve completely changed the style I pitched,” Sabathia tells ABC News, when asked whether he adjusted the way he approaches pitching or if he made fewer, subtler changes. Earlier in his career, while he was pitching for the Cleveland Indians, Sabathia says he pitched with a “football mentality,” something he believes he picked up while playing a variety of contact sports with the Boys & Girls Club as a kid. He was a harder thrower, a more aggressive pitcher, and accumulated more strikeouts than he does now.Pitching into his late thirties, Sabathia has had to face the realities of playing baseball as his body fails to move as fast as it once did and does not recover as quickly: “I think it’s just getting around older players and kind of realizing what you need to do to take that next step in your career.”Sabathia first joined the Yankees as a free agent in December 2008, leading New York to their 27th World Series championship in his first year with the team. Now in his tenth season in New York, Sabathia is continuing to develop his workout routine so he can extend his career in hopes of winning another championship and lead a healthy lifestyle long after he is done pitching.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by
January 21, 2019 /Sports News – National Australian Open: Serena Williams beats No. 1 Simona Halep to advance FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFred Lee/Getty Images(MELBOURNE, Australia) — Serena Williams advanced to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open on Monday after defeating the No. 1-seeded Simona Halep.Williams, 37, beat the 27-year-old Romanian player 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. The American tennis star will now go on to face the Czech Republic’s Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals. Williams is hoping to win her eighth Australian Open title and her 24th Grand Slam tournament overall. She last took home the trophy in Melbourne in 2017 while she was pregnant.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailmiflippo/iStock(WASHINGTON) — The Washington Nationals are back home after winning the World Series in Houston Wednesday.The first-time champions landed in Dulles International Airport Thursday night and are gearing up to celebrate their victory this weekend.A parade will be held for the Nats in the nation’s capital on Saturday, beginning at 2 p.m. For more on the parade route and celebration, watch the video below:Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. November 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Nationals return to DC as World Series champs