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Wed, 08/12/2020 - 18:57

Noah in Amagansett

Noah, a men’s clothing brand with a flagship store in New York City, has launched a pop-up shop called Noah Hideout in Amagansett Square. The store is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Sept. 6.


Philosofit Scales Back

Philosofit, an East Hampton Village gym that has been closed since March because of the pandemic, announced last week that it is permanently closing its second-floor Pilates studio and offering classes online instead. “With still so much uncertainty about reopening . . . we must adapt and reconfigure our business model in order to survive,” Ari Weller, the owner, said in an email to clients.

The gym’s first floor will continue to be used for personal training and Gyrotonic classes, which are also now being held online. “We’re hopeful that our downstairs . . . studio will be able to reopen in the coming weeks, but also hope that if you are not already participating, we’ll see you online very soon. We miss your faces,” Mr. Weller said.

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