See the website for the logo. I tried What the font, but it didn't recognize the "s" and "t". This might be custom vector work.
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Looks like Century Schoolbook Roman to me:
The swirl on the 'st' is a stylistic ligature that's common among typographers (and available in many OpenType fonts), but pretty rare in real-world use. The gap in the crossbar of the 't' is probably custom.
For "E" of "East" the font is Grad: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/marksimonson/grad/
For the "ast" of "East" the font is Grad Alternate: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/marksimonson/grad/alternate/