Alexandra Akira. 1986 What it feels like for a girl… Arriving on Fire Island at fourteen years old, she would soon call this magical wonderland her second home.
From the Pines with Love 1990. After the success of the first “From the Pines with Love” benefit in 1985 it was decided to have another. Beginning with a
Scott Bromley In 1964, when architect Scott Bromley first visited the Pines, he was, in his own words, “just a green kid from Canada.” He’d recently graduated from McGill
PAWS. Pines Animal Welfare Society Est. 1984 As the Pines community grew so did its animal population. Most noticeably the many pets that would arrive with homeowners and
Melbamar was the brainchild of Mel Fante. The emporium by the sea was many of the names it was called. A boutique for the discerning Pines clientle. Filled
1969. Jay Hyde Crawford home 266 Bay Walk. Architect Horace Gifford. Jay Hyde Crawford was a fashion Illustrator most famous for his design for department store Bonwit Teller. A
George Stavrinos Fashion Illustrator. 1983. 1987. Many artists made their way to the Pines leaving their mark on history with their art. George Stavrinos is one.
Rodger Duncan Fashion Illustrator. Many artists of every creative field made their way to the Pines. It’s natural setting was a haven that inspired creativity. It was only natural
It is just a wagon. But with a little imagination, there are no limits to what it can become.Robert Pasin, President and CEO of Radio Flyer, once explained it: ”
The Islanders Club Est. 1968 It started with bus number 13 stopped at a storeroom on 322 East 34th Street between 1st and 2nd NYC . The
Ferron Bell 1943-2013 1969 Born Thomas Ferron Bell on Oct. 30, 1943, in Pasadena, Calif., he was the youngest of three children and the only boy. He always had
France Joli 1979. A young 16 year old arrives from Canada in the Pines with her mom to perform in a benefit for a Fire truck in Fire Island Pines. Her