East End Business Notebook: Holiday Zumba, Illegal Lights and More

Take a look at some of the biggest headlines in the business world from the past week.


Developer: Kosher Deli Has Sights on Westhampton Beach

A new kosher luncheonette may be on the horizon in Westhampton Beach after the Beach Bakery and the The Hampton Synagogue broke ties in October, leaving virtually no kosher options.


Holiday Display Yields Ticket in East Hampton Village

The holiday display at the Elie Tahari clothing store in East Hampton Village is illegal and it must come down, according to village officials.

A neon light installation was installed earlier this month on the store's interior and can be seen through the shop's windows on the corner of Main Street and Newtown Lane in the heart of the business district.

Larry Cantwell, the village administrator, said on Tuesday that the company received a notice of violation on Dec. 3 and could receive a possible fine of up to $250 per day until it is removed.


Zumba Fitness Grows As Residents Seek to Shed Holiday Pounds

Everywhere you look these days on the North Fork, you can’t seem to escape an invitation to a Zumba fitness party — schools and libraries, gyms and fitness centers, before local road races and at home fitness gatherings.

That’s because for many, Zumba — a dance fitness program incorporating everything from hip-hop dance to martial arts moves — isn’t a workout, it’s a party. And during this time of year when high-calorie holiday parties are also inescapable, Zumba is more important than ever for some.


PHOTOS: Holiday Shopping In the Hamptons at 230 Elm

If you were looking for hair extensions, furs, handbags, chocolates, all-natural personal care products, shoes, and more, you could get most of your shopping done in one place last Sunday at 230 Elm in Southampton Village. Shoppers were treated to food and 230 Elm's full bar.


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