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On Saturday at 5 PM Canio’s in Sag Harbor hosts a celebration of Women’s History Month. The theme for the community reading is “voices of women’s resistance.” Speakers include poet Kathy Engel, novelist Ursula Hegi and Gloria Primm Brown and others. Each reader will highlight a woman resister from history. The event is sponsored by Canio’s Cultural Cafe.  All are welcome to attend. Free will donations will be collected for a women’s advocacy organization. For information, call 631-725-4926.


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The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted a press presentation on March 6 at Pavillon Vendôme in Paris, France, to reveal early details about The Costume Institute’s upcoming exhibition, Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between, opening on May 4.

Rei Kawakubo and Anna Wintour joined Museum Deputy Director Carrie Rebora Barratt and Costume Institute Curator in Charge Andrew Bolton for a glimpse of some of the ensembles to be featured in the exhibition, on view May 4 through September 4 at The Met in New York City. 

How To Murder Your Life is a memoir about the life of writer Cat Marnell. Set in the glamorous world of NYC’s downtown nightclubs and fashion magazines, it’s darkly humorous and totally real. M o s t l y i t ’s a stor y of drug addiction and self-sabotage. And the story of Cat, a Condé Nast drop out, is almost as addicting as the drugs she takes. I t a l l begins with a prescription for Ritalin to treat her ADD at a New England prep school. It continues to New York, where the reader follows Cat’s amphetamine-fueled career rise and fall, and rise again. She starts her impressive resume as an intern in the beauty departments of NYLON, Teen Vogue, Glamour, and Lucky. Murder is a tale of a prescription drug addict and a “doctor shopper” who manipulates Upper East Side psychiatrists for pills, pills, and more pills. As a lonely bulimic she spends hundreds on binge foods. She starts her life in New York City as a promiscuous party girl who dances barefoot on banquets but later becomes a weepy and hallucination-prone insomniac who will take anything — anything — to fall asleep. This could include an entire box of Benedryl, which leads to hallucinations of mice inside her apartment (eek!). At twenty-six, Cat was working as an associate beauty editor at

Lucky, one of America’s top fashion magazines, while living the life of an addict. As a beauty editor at Conde Nast, a place where employees don’t come to work with split ends let alone bloody knees, she hides the fact that she hasn’t slept in days with selftanner. She spirals deeper into her addiction, overpowering her ambition, and coming to the realization that she is just too sick to continue working at the magazine. Cat later finds a different voice as a founding editor at xoJane. com where she writes honest columns about her drug addiction. Headlines include “Gonna Wash That Angel Dust Right Outta My Hair.” Even so, she is mandated by her boss to rehab yet again. The story gives the reader a large dose of cold hard truth through the eyes of a young female addict who just can’t say no. And no drug is off limits. It’s about being in one’s addiction and suffering through it, and all the highs and lows along the way. Follow Cat on her journey and the progression of her addiction, from the Condé Nast building (where she rides the elevator alongside Anna Wintour), to seedy nightclubs, abusive friendships, a suicide attempt, smoking angel dust with graffiti writers, rehabs, and metal hospitals. H o w t o M u r d e r Yo u r L i f e i s mesmerizing and brutally honest.

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One of Douglas Elliman’s top brokers, Hamptons resident, and film producer Raphael Avigdor tells the story of Stanislov Petrov, a Soviet officer who saved the world from nuclear holocaust in the award-winning docudrama film, The Man Who Saved The World. The film stars Kevin Costner with appearances by Robert De Niro, Matt Damon, and Walter Cronkite. Based on a true story, the gripping film centers around Petrov’s actions on September 26, 1983. Petrov discovered an incorrect satellite report that American missiles were headed toward the Soviet Union. Suspecting that the system was malfunctioning, he convinced his superiors to delay a counterattack until further confirmation, thus avoiding what could have been the end of life on earth. “It’s incredible to think how we have walked the world . . . not knowing that we wouldn’t have been here, if it wasn’t for Mr. Petrov’s decision,” stated

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Eastern Long Island Hospital presents the ELIH Auxiliary Car Raffle, co-sponsored by Mullen Motors. Tickets are $50 and participants can win a brand new Jeep Renegade or walk away with $15,000 cash. The drawing takes place May 12 at noon. For more info call 631-477-5463.

Shamrock Shindig

Aid to the Developmentally Disabled will host its third annual "Shamrock Shindig" on Thursday from 6:30 to 10 PM at the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead. This evening of family fun will feature hors d'oeuvres, Irish food, live music by Tommy Sullivan of The Brooklyn Bridge, a raffle, and a 140,000 Gallon Shark Tank Showdown. The Shark Tank Showdown is where daring participants are sponsored to dive into the shark tank. The sponsor who solicits the highest donation total will take the plunge. Tickets are $65 per person, $25 for children and are available for purchase at www.addny.net. All proceeds will fund programs, services, and community engagement efforts for over 160 of its differently-abled population at its residential and supported homes.

Lucky In Love

ARF's Lucky in Love Adoption Event will be held on Friday from 4 to 8 PM at the adoption center in Wainscott.

Bring the family and celebrate with raffles, giveaways, and a photo booth. ARF will be offering rabies, DA2PP, Bordetella, FVRCP and microchipping for $10 each. Open to all cats and dogs who are spayed and neutered. Admission is free but adoption fees apply. For more information contact adoptions@arfhamptons.org or call 631-537-0400 ext. 203.

Denim and Diamonds

"Denim and Diamonds," a kick off party to celebrate The Ellen Hermanson Foundation providing access to stateof-the-art quality breast health care on the East End, will be held on Saturday from 6:30 to 10 PM at 230 Elm in Southampton. The evening includes food, fun, and dancing. Tickets start at $125 and $75 for guests 29 and under. For more info visit www. ellensrun.org.

Perfect Earth Project

Join Perfect Earth Project for a celebration of public landscapes in Southampton that are managed without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides at the Southampton Arts Center on Sunday from 2 to 3:30 PM. Locations without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides include Southampton Hospital, Parrish Art Museum, and Southampton Arts Center. Perfect Earth Project landscaping experts will be on hand to answer your questions about maintaining your own beautiful landscape without chemicals that are dangerous for your family’s health and the environment. At 2:30 PM, children and parents

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Bowling Bonanza

The Riverhead Community Awareness Program (CAP) presents its 5th Annual Bowling Bonanza Fundraiser on Tuesday from 7 to 9:30 PM at The All Star. The lanes will be set up for team play. Guests are invited to organize a team of up to eight players for this event. You may also participate as an individual or pair, and you will be assigned to a team. Each team will bowl one or two games, time permitting. All ages are welcome. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $20 per person. Register in advance to secure a spot. Bowling, shoes, soda, and chips are all included. There will also be raffles, prizes, and food available for purchase. For more info email Sponsor@ RiverheadCAP.org or call 631-7273722.

Rally For Alli

A benefit for Allison Duchemin who is battling breast cancer called "Let's Rally For Alli Breast Cancer Benefit" and will be held on Friday, March 24, at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett from 7 to 10 PM. There will be live music, raffles, food, and more. For more info visit www.stephentalkhouse. com.

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Join The Retreat at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett for “Rock The Retreat!” on Thursday, March 30, for a live performance by GE Smith and Taylor Barton, followed by DJ Jack Luber. Doors open at 7 PM. Advanced tickets are $30 and can be purchased at www.theretreatinc.org.

A Moveable Feast

The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End will host “A Moveable Feast,” an evening of celebration honoring Joshua Levine and supporting Edible School Gardens on the East End. “A Moveable Feast,” which is now in its seventh year, will take place on April 2 from 4 to 7 PM at Dodds & Eder Landscape Design Showroom in Sag Harbor. As a result of this event, the East End of Long Island has one of the largest, most successful school garden programs in the United States, 27 schools in all. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and chat with some of the East End's best chefs and beverage purveyors, while moving from station to station and feasting on their latest culinary creations, which may include veggies grown in local school gardens. There will also be a silent auction featuring items donated from local farms, fishermen, restaurants, vineyards and merchants on the East End and beyond.  Tickets are $100 for members and $150 for non-members. For more info visit www.slowfoodeastend.org.

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Wind Quintet

In celebration of 40 years, the Shelter Island Friends of Music presents a Season of Our Most Popular Artists for 2017 with WindSync, winner of the Concert Artists Guild International Competition 2012. The group consists of a flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and French horn and will perform on Saturday at 8 PM at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. Wine and cheese will be served after the concert. Admission is free; donations are appreciated. Visit windsync.org for more info about the wind quintet.

Irish Rock

Suffolk Theater will host Irish Rock Night with Dublin NYC on Friday at 8 PM. Hear the music of U2, Thin Lizzy, The Pogues, Van Morrison, and more performed by musicians who have worked with icons such as Elvis Costello and Ray Charles. For tickets visit suffolktheater.com.

Wednesday Night Live

Ray Red and Mike Rusinsky host “Wednesday Night Live,” a weekly

Tom Twomey Series open mic at MJ Dowling’s in Sag Harbor from 8 to 11 PM. Performers include musicians, poets, comedians, and singers. Sign up starts at 7 PM. Performers get a free soft drink or tap beverage. Every Friday, it’s karaoke beginning at 10 PM.

Stephen Talkhouse

Friday night at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett it’s The Clear water Stills Band at 8 PM. NICOLE will follow them at 10 PM. Bollywood Dance Party is set for 8 PM on Saturday. LHT takes the stage at 10 PM. A Benefit for Jordan Johnson will take place on Sunday at 7 PM. Mama Lee and Friends will perform at the benefit. Visit stephentalkhouse.com or call 631-267-3117 to purchase tickets early or for more info.

Townline BBQ

Townline BBQ in Sagaponack presents Karaoke Nights ever y Saturday from 8 PM to 12 AM with a special food and drink menu as guests sing their favorites. Come for free pool and pub quiz night at 7 PM every Thursday evening and come hear some “smokin’ hot tunes” live alongside a happy hour menu every Friday from 5 to 8 PM. On Friday night Wiggle Boy Friday performs. For more info call 631-537-2271 or visit the Townline

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East Hampton Library presents the third annual “Tom Twomey Series” today at 6 PM. On the third Thursday of ever y month, except the first meeting that will be today, there will be presentations regarding many topics that are important to the East End community. They will take place in the Library’s Baldwin Family Lecture Room and will start at 6 PM sharp. After the one hour presentation a Q and A will follow. Admission is free, and no reservations or tickets required. For more info call 631-324-0222, ext. 3.

Woman Suffrage Talk

Antonia Petrash will present “Long Island and the Woman Suffrage Movement” on Saturday at 1 PM at the Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead. Petrash will share stories of the Long Island women who fought for equality. Members are free; non members are $5. Price includes book sale and signing, light refreshments, and museum admission. Call 631-7272881, ext. 100 for reservations.

Writer Speak Wednesday

Stony Brook Southampton MFA, with support by Harbor Books in Sag Harbor, has arranged a calendar of different author readings and discussions. This Wednesday, March 22, Tim Murphy will speak. He is the editor of POZ Magazine and an HIV/ AIDS reporter. He will speak at the Radio Lounge on the second floor of Chancellors Hall on Southampton. The reception begins at 6:30 PM and the readings and discussion will start at 7 PM. Visit stonybrook.edu/mfa or call 631-632-5028 to register or for any questions.

Book Hampton

Book Hampton will host a Story Time for children on Sunday at 10:30 AM. Visit www.bookhampton.com.

Critic, reviewer, writer, and teacher Joan Baum will give a celebratory talk on America’s greatest fiction writer, Philip Roth on Saturday from 1 to 4 PM. To register call 631-324-0222, ext. 3.

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Story Salon, a live storytelling venue based in Los Angeles, is coming to the East End with Story Salon East on Saturdays from 11 AM to 12 PM. Each week seven people from the group will each tell a story of up to seven minutes long. Story Salon East will be hosted by Steve Sobel, an East Hampton resident. Coloring, Coffee, and Conversation is set for every Thursday from 1 to 2:30 PM. To register for these events call 631-324-0222, ext.3.

Suffolk Theater

On Saturday at 8 PM it’s Big Topless Burlesque: Burlesque Tribute to the Circus presented by the kings of the New York burlesque scene and producers of the Mermaid Parade and Coney Island Side Show. This show will contain adult content. To get tickets visit suffolktheater.com; they are $35.

Bay Street Theater

Goat on a Boat at Bay Street presents Aunt Irene’s Talk Show on Saturday at 11 AM. Aunt Irene’s Talk Show is a children’s show filed with music and a variety of acts. Visit baystreet.org for tickets.

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The Hamptons International Film Festival will continue its 25 years: 25 Films series with three upcoming screenings in March at the Bay Street Theater. On Sunday they will screen Gray’s Anatomy, directed by Steven Soderbergh, at 6 PM. An appearance will be made by the Executive Producer, Kathleen Russo. For tickets visit hamptonsfilmfest.org.

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...As Humanly Possible

"Endangered," an exhibit of drawings by Shelter Island's Janet Culbertson is on display at Suffolk County Community College's Lyceum Gallery on the Eastern Campus in Riverhead through April 8.

East End Arts presents "...As Humanly Possible," a new art invitational exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center featuring five regional photographers. Photographers include Marilyn DiCarlo Ames, Jim Lennon, Steven Schreiber, Meryl Spiegel, and Joan Wozniak. The exhibition, curated by Steven Schreiber, will be on display through May 21.

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The White Room Gallery presents "ART that SPEAKS to YOU" featuring the artwork of Kat O'Neill and Mark E. Zimmerman. The show will run through April 2. O'Neill tells a story with her images, often incorporating words with her photography. Zimmerman's paintings show a steady movement through the various schools of modern painting.  A group show featuring art by Michelle Dragonetti, Claudia Ward, Sally Breen, Melissa Hin, June Kaplan, Ellyn Tucker, Bob Tucker, Gabriel Vigorelli, and Ann Brandeis is also on display.

Inside And Out

Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents its March exhibit "Pamela Thomson: Inside and Out of the Studio." Thomson is an artist who lives and works in Hampton Bays. She enjoys painting local landscapes, cottages, gardens and still lifes. The show will run through March 29.

Student Arts Festival

The Guild Hall Student Arts Festival, Part II, Grades 9 to 12, will be on display through March 26. The festival celebrates the young artists of our region and salutes their art instructors, school administrators, and families who nurture their creative pursuits. Visit www.guildhall.org.

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Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead presents "History in the Hall" Women's History Exhibit: 100 Years: Votes for New York Women (1917-2017). When New York State women won their right to vote one hundred years ago — making this the centennial of that historic civil rights victory — they changed the national political landscape. This exhibit celebrates the one-hundred-year anniversary by narrating the stories of Long Island women activists who dedicated themselves to the powerful grassroots movement. Curated by Wendy Polhemus-Annibell. The show is on display through April 5.  Concurrently, Suffolk County Historical Society presents "A Time Portal to the North Fork: Photographs of Riverhead to Orient." In the spirit of Long Island's rural and maritime past, this exhibit features documentary and fine art photographs of the bucolic North Fork by local photographers Neil Scholl, Peter Dicke, and Wendy Polhemus-Annibell in the Weathervane Gallery. The photographs on exhibit are available for sale, and a portion of the proceeds benefits the Suffolk County Historical Society. The exhibit will run through March 31. The exhibit "Mapping Suffolk County" is also on display through

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Spring 2017. It features a wide assortment of original and reproduction historic maps of Suffolk County locations, from the 1700s to the 1900s, in the Gish Gallery.

Halsey McKay Gallery

Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton presents "Beaumont sur Mer," Ted Gahl's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. Inspired by the 1988 Frank Oz comedy, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the title of the show is derived from the fictitious resort setting where the film takes place. In several large-scale works, Gahl continues to investigate the parameters of a signature painting practice and the fine line between abstraction and representation. The gallery also presents "Miss You" with artwork by Joshua Abelow. His practice involves large and small-scale oil painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, poetry, and curating. A reception will be held on March 25 and the shows will run through April 8.

Black & White

Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents "Black & White," a group exhibition featuring works by Katherine Bernhardt, Ross Bleckner, Quentin Curry, Jamie dePasquale, Tracey Emin, Ryan Estep, Urs Fischer, April Gornik, Takesada Matsutani, Angelbert Metoyer, Ned Smyth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Igor Vishnyakov and Darius Yektai. The

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A Sense Of Place

Southampton Arts Center presents its first exhibition of 2017. "A Sense Of Place," organized by Bastienne Schmidt. This exhibition is envisioned as a dialogue among artists reflecting their own concept of "a sense of place" in different ways, might it be in a physical manner or as a conceptual representation of what an environment can be. "A Sense Of Place" includes artists Philippe Cheng, Louise Eastman with Janis Stemmermann, Christopher French, Saskia Friedrich, Mar y Heilmann, Toni Ross, Bastienne Schmidt, Michelle Stuart, Edwina von Gal and the Perfect Earth Project, and Almond Zigmund. The show runs through April 9.

East End Winter Salon

The East End Winter Salon is an artist collaborative conceived by Robin Rice, Amy Pilkington, and Sixtina Friedrich. Located in an historic house on Main Street in Bridgehampton, the first exhibition, "What We Love About the East End," includes photography, crystal jewelry, and textiles, all inspired by and created in The Hamptons. The show will run through April 2.

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Each week we’ll highlight local community events and library offerings presented by area institutions and organizations. It’s on you to send ‘em in, kids. Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email news@ indyeastend.com.

East Hampton WEDNESDAY 3•15•17 • AARP tax assistance is available at the East Hampton Library every Wednesday until April 12 from 10 AM to 1 PM. Call 631-324-0222 ext.3 to make an appointment. SATURDAY 3•18•17 • The East Hampton Library welcomes critic, reviewer, writer and teacher Joan Baum as she gives a celebratory talk on America’s greatest fiction writer, Philip Roth, one day before his 84th birthday. 1 to 4 PM. Call 631-324-0222 ext. 3 to register. • Get your annual corned beef and cabbage at the Springs Presbyterian Church on Old Stone Highway. It’s the corned beef, the cabbage, plus potatoes, carrots and Irish soda bread with dessert and coffee or tea for $22. Eat in or take out from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. Call 631-324-4791 for tickets. • Amagansett Free Library presents Listening With Your Eyes: Sign Language for Kids at 3 PM. The program is suitable for kids aged six to 10. Register by calling 631-267-3810.

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Leader: Rick Whalen, call 631-267-6608 or 631-275-8539 for additional information. • Stop by the Montauk Playhouse at 4:30 PM for movies, pizza, popcorn, and treats. Curated by Patti Greaney, this collection of short films will bring out the kid in everyone. Tickets: $5/Child, $10/Adult, $25/Family.

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FRIDAY 3•17•17 • From 10 AM to 1 PM the Suffolk County Department of Labor will hold a Spring Job Fair at Hampton Bays Public Library. All are welcome and no registration is required. Bring copies of your resume and dress to impress! SATURDAY 3•18•17 • Goat on a Boat @ Bay Street presents Aunt Irene’s Talk Show at 11 AM at the Sag Harbor theater. We’re talking puppets and music for the kiddies. Call Bay Street for ticket info. 631-725-9500. • Take a Spotted Salamander Search with Andy Sabin, board president of the South Fork Natural History Museum. It’s open to visitors of all ages and begins at 8 PM. Guests will meet at the SoFo in Bridgehampton. Guests are asked to bring a flashlight and wear boots. For more information and reservations call 631-537-9735. • The Peconic Land Trust will host its Annual Volunteer Orientation and Training at 10 AM at Bridge Gardens on Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton. Volunteer your extra time in support of conservation. Opportunities to volunteer on the North and South Forks will be discussed, with activities that suit a wide variety of interests. Refreshments will be provided. RSVP to Kathy Kennedy at 631-283-3195 ext. 29 or KKennedy@ PeconicLandTrust.org.

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SUNDAY 3•19•17 • Come and enjoy the music of Fiddler’s Green, as they perform traditional music of Ireland and America in an authentic acoustic style at the Hampton Bays Library. This program is co-sponsored by The Friends of the Hampton Bays Public Library. 2 PM. • The Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library will offer “Argentine Nights with the Tango X Piano Trio” at 3 PM. It will cover the evolution of the tango from the traditions of Carlos Gardel to the New Tango movement led by Ástor Piazzolla, to the current World Music Tango scene in Buenos Aires. Register at www.myrml.org or call 631-283-0774 ext. 523. • “May You Have Warm Words for a Cold Day.” Join a St. Patrick’s Day Walk with a Blessing and a Poem or Two at 10 AM. Co-Sponsored by Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt and the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at Mashasimuet Park, Sag Harbor for an easy-paced journey through the GREENbelt. Leader: Joe Lane, 631-725-3942. MONDAY 3•20•17 • Young adults, aged 18 to 30, affected by the sudden loss of a loved one, can “Chat & Chill” in Bridgehampton the third Monday of the month at 6 PM at the Bridgehampton Community Center located on the Bridgehampton/ Sag Harbor Turnpike. Call 631-813-8047 to learn more.

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astrology & all Week of 3/15/17 - 3/22/17 Highlights of the week: The Sun enters Aries and the Spring Equinox arrives to herald in the new season.
 Jupiter, the planet of enthusiasm and good luck, in Libra is making us examine our relationships. As Jupiter is fighting with Venus in Aries (passions and impatience) some of our relationships can get interesting. Eris, the planet of Discord, meets up with Uranus, the planet of unexpected happenings, on Friday for potentially explosive revelations or actions. Be careful on St Patrick’s Day and don’t give in to cranky behavior. ARIES (3/20 - 4/20) As the Sun shines on your sign this month, you are entering a powerful time to put those plans in action. Relationships are either sublime or ridiculous. TAURUS (4/20 - 5/20) Love is everywhere and you are enjoying it.

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Communications with lovers, family, and co-workers are easy and lead to renewed joy. GEMINI (5/21 - 6/22) Time to release the people or situations that are draining you? Don’t cling to outworn behaviors as they will exhaust you. New love/job is on the horizon. CANCER (6/22 - 7/22) Try to be objective when dealing with a work or home situation that needs to be revised. You can’t get what you want until you speak up. LEO (7/23 - 8/23) You can now use all your creative energy to improve your diet, your job, or your finances. If your love life is not on sizzle, time to rework that, too. VIRGO (8/24 - 9/23) Try not to pull the rug out from everyone because you are tired of your kindness not being recognized. Plan to do for yourself for a change and watch what happens.

LIBRA (9/24 - 10/22) Success is in the air and you can almost taste it. There is still work to do but rest assured you will be rewarded. Don’t lose your famous “cool.” SCORPIO (10/23 - 11/21) If you suddenly find yourself feeling very vulnerable, don’t run away to hide. Express your needs and concerns as simply as possible to clear the air. Don’t speak from anger. SAGITTARIUS (11/22 - 12/21) Any new opportunities that appear this week are to be taken, as they may lead you to something wonderful. Your love life and work situations are soon going to change for the better. CAPRICORN (12/21 - 1/20) All work and no play is very boring. Stop worrying and take the time to relax with those you love. Laughter is indeed the best medicine. AQUARIUS (1/20 - 2/19) Inspiring ideas seem to come from out of nowhere. What you are feeling is correct. Is it time to make new plans? If you do, they will lead to greater satisfaction. PISCES (2/19 - 3/20) Money and self-worth issues are on your mind.

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When Glenn Close created the role of Norma Desmond in the 1994 Broadway production of Sunset Boulevard, it was something of a camp Hollywood event. Her oversized gestures and vibrant voice seemed like a humorous counterpoint to the image of the fading silent film star she portrayed. Watching her now – 23 years later – there won’t be many titters in the audience. Nor is there a sweeping staircase that lands nearly center stage as there was in the original production. T h e r e i s , h o w e v e r, a m o r e believable, more vicious, more fearful and frightening Hollywood icon to

discover. And that is the present day Close, who we follow in close-up throughout most of the two acts. Beyond any ordinary vanity, Norma is the object of her own ritualistic devotion. As Close portrays her, she is a universal character, embittered by her faded glory to the point of delusion. It’s truly old age that lurks here like a hideous evil. Deftly directed by Lonnie Price at the legendary Palace Theater, this revival feels like a concert-style production – in the manner of director John Doyle – and without the glitz of a Broadway musical. Sunset is a sung through musical, after all, and in this production there aren’t

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Glenn Close as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. here he definitely wins the bathing suit contest. Shobhan Dillon, making her Broadway debut as the young woman who catches Joe’s eye, comes as a welcome relief to the vamps of old. Still, Close is in a class of her own. Hard Times In D.C. In Steve Levinson’s If I Forget, the dysfunctional American family stands at the verge of self-destruction with no safety net in sight. Billed as a comedy, it doesn’t take long before this tale, produced by the Roundabout Theatre at the Laura Pels Theatre, starts to sound like the Book of Job. Set in a white upper middle class neighborhood in Washington D.C., around 2000-20001, these are “hard times.” There is “another Bush in the White House,” and Michael (Jeremy Shamos) has just published his academic treatise, “Forgetting the Holocaust.” To his Jewish family, this is like inviting a suicide bomber to lunch. And the trustees of the university where Michael is up for tenure don’t feel too differently. To Michael’s credit, the book speaks to American chauvinism and the crisis over immigration. And it raises the question of what have we really learned from our history. Regardless, the entire family arrives at the home where they all grew up, and where their father, Lou (Larry Br yggman) is still living with the youngest of the three siblings, Sharon (Maria Dizzia). Lou can no longer take care of himself, and the family gathers to strategize. Two acts run by quickly despite the despairing nature of the material, thanks to a well-honed acting ensemble. Shamos, who has the gift of making every character look and feel like it’s just him, reveals Michael’s hypocrisy, even if the character doesn’t recognize it. Clearly, Michael, who is devoted to the life of intellect, cannot live by the values he professes. Bryggman, one of the great voices of the New York stage, portrays the aging Jewish merchant with crackling wisdom. We respect his insights, especially when

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The Springs Tavern Dan and Charlene DeSmet will launch The Springs Tavern this month in the location that was formerly Wolfie’s Tavern. The historic location has served the local community as a tavern, restaurant, bar, live music venue and gathering spot for over 80 years. The Springs Tavern plans to honor and perpetuate this historical role by providing its customers with a comfortable, clean, tavern environment with good food, live entertainment, and a full schedule of sports viewing. Frequented by famed abstract artists Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning in the mid 40s, the décor will pay homage to the history of the neighborhood. After a complete renovation and redesign The Springs Tavern will feature a restored original hardwood floor in the dining room with bead-board wainscoting and wood trim. A completely new oak bar provides the focal point of the tavern. Eight stateof-the-art HD and 4K televisions will feature NFL Sunday Ticket, every MLB game, and Premiere League Soccer games with a multi-zone eight-speaker sound system. Historical framed photos of Springs, East Hampton, and the previous iterations of the Tavern will dot the walls. Prints of works by Pollock and de Kooning are also featured to celebrate and acknowledge the

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impact that these two artists had on the Springs neighborhood and the tavern specifically. The friendly atmosphere, casual dining menu, and flexible seating plan of The Springs Tavern will allow customers to have a range of experiences whether it’s a full sit-down dinner, a quick appetizer and drink at the bar, or an afternoon of sports. Scheduled live music, occasional karaoke, and even darts will all work together to recreate the historical role of the community tavern that has served generations of Springs residents from this location throughout the decades. The Springs Tavern will feature American pub-style fare executed by Chef Michael Ruggiero at an affordable price point with a children’s menu, in a warm and family friendly environment. Ruggiero brings his culinary experience including Nick & Toni’s, Harvest on Fort Pond, Fresno, and Montauk Lake Club. Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, the menu will feature seasonal soups, salads and appetizers with entrée selections that includes fish dishes, burgers, fries, grilled chicken, specialty sandwiches, and fries. Vegetarian and gluten free items will also be available. The Springs Tavern will be serving dinner seven days as well as a lunch menu on weekends and holidays.

Hampton Coffee

Hampton Coffee Company is ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with specially themed beverages and delicious special menu items all month long. The local espresso bars and cafés are serving their delicious Leprechaun Latte, which tastes like chocolate mint, and Irish Crème-flavored coffee that’ll definitely put the Irish Jig in your step. Both beverages are available every day throughout the month of March at Hampton Coffee Company’s cafés in Westhampton Beach, Water Mill, Southampton, and Aquebogue. Plus, enjoy free samples of the Irish Crème coffee every morning until lunchtime through St. Paddy’s Day.  

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Montauk Asset Holdings, owned by Apollo Global Management co-founder Marc Rowan, has announced the newest addition to its restaurant group, Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor. MAH is a new hospitality group with a small collection of restaurants in Montauk including Duryea’s Lobster Deck and Arbor and most recently Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor. Taking the place of the former Doppio Artisan Bistro on Main Street, Lulu Kitchen & Bar will be a year-round convivial bistro. The menu and open kitchen will be centered around a woodburning grill and oven. Lulu Kitchen & Bar will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner

and brunch on Sundays. A special late night menu will be offered every night from 10 PM to 11:30 PM. Lulu Kitchen & Bar plans to open late March/early April.

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East End entrepreneur Keith E. Davis is growing his newest brand, Keith’s Nervous Breakdown Ultra-Premium Cocktail Mixes, with the roll out of two new mixers in 2017. The new brand launched in the summer of 2016 with its inaugural mix, Keith’s Nervous Breakdown Margarita Mix. New for 2017 are the Rum Punch Mix and Bloody Mary Mix. All mixers are made in small batches and made with only the finest ingredients including agave nectar for sweetening, not highfructose corn syrup like other brands. The mix is 90 percent juice content, non-GMO, and gluten-free. Keith's Nervous Breakdown Cocktail Mixers are available for purchase online and across Long Island and The Hamptons at retail locations. The retail cost is $16.95 per bottle. Visit www. nervousbreakdown.com for more info.

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Rowdy Hall is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with special Irish fare and drink specials on Friday. Anthony from WEHM Radio will be at the restaurant broadcasting live from 4 to 6 PM. The food specials will be brought back on Sunday, March 26, to honor the Montauk St. Patrick’s

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Gallo from 1:30 to 5:30 PM. www.clovispointwines.com. Shinn Estate Vineyard Shinn Estate Vineyards hosts self– guided vineyard walks on Friday. Reservations are required. On Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 PM join Barbara Shinn for a Vineyard Walk. At 2:30 PM on Saturday and Sunday, there’s a winery and barrel cellar tour. www.shinnestatevineyard.com.

Raphael Chuck Colombo performs from 1 to 4 PM on Sunday. www.raphaelwine. com.

Castello di Borghese Vineyard There will be a winemaker’s walk, vineyard tour, and wine tastings every Saturday at 1 PM. $20 entrance fee. Call to reserve your spot or sign up online. www. castellodiborghese.com.

Clovis Point Vineyard and Winery Clovis Point Vineyard and Winery presents TJ Brown on Saturday from 1:30 to 5:30 PM. From 7 to 10 PM, it’s the Hoodoo Loungers. Sunday sees Bryan

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Day parade. Drink specials include Magner’s Original Cider ($6), Irish Mimosas of OJ & Magner’s ($3), and St. Patty’s Rowdy Tap ($6).

Indian Wells Tavern

Indian Wells Tavern is hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day Party on Friday from 10 PM to 1 AM. The evening will feature live music by DJ Erick and drink specials will be available. Beads will be thrown throughout the restaurant and the girl who collects the most will receive a $50 gift certificate to Indian Wells Tavern. There will be a $5 cover at the door. Drink specials are $6 tap beers, $4 cans of beer, and $6 Bushmills Irish Whiskey shots.

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Prime Time

Prime Time at The Palm in East Hampton takes place Sunday through Friday from 5 to 7 PM with half off "Prime Bites" at the Palm Bar.

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$5 pints, $7 burger platters, and $6 wings from 5 to 10 PM. Tuesday is twofor-one entrees with two dinner entrees for the price of one. Wednesday is Ladies Night with draft and drink specials in the taproom starting at 10 PM. Thursday is Open Mic Night showcasing East End musicians hosted by David Kirshy starting at 8 PM, along with an 8 PM Happy Hour. In the dining room Thursday offers a three-course prime rib dinner. Friday is all night Happy Hour from 4 PM on with DJ Dory starting at 10 PM. Saturday night is DJ JetSet starting at 10 PM. Saturday and Sunday brunch takes place from 11 AM to 3 PM for $18 per person. Monday to Friday is happy hour from 4 to 7 PM with beer, wine, and drink specials. For further information visit www.publick.com or call 631283-2800.  

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East Hampton, the premier year-round destination for authentic Hamptons fine dining and luxury accommodations, presents its best dining deals of the year by Chef Michael Rozzi. Each Thursday through March, in the casual downstairs Tavern of the 18th century colonial home, The 1770 House presents $17.70 dishes including its signature burger and meatloaf plus Chef Rozzi's new Tavern favorites – Korean BBQ Berkshire ribs, lamb and chick pea curry, and chicken parmigiana-style; $9 house wine, red or white, by the glass; and a $5 house beer selection. From Sunday to Thursday, except holidays, complementing nightly menus in the dining room and downstairs Tavern, The 1770 House presents a $35 three-course prix fixe of popular a la carte dishes as well as $9 wine and $5 beer selections. For reservations call 631-324-1770.

Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett offers half-price bottles of wine every Thursday and Sunday night. On Thursdays diners may enjoy half-price bottles of wine alongside their prime rib promotion which includes a soup or salad to start, followed by prime rib served with baked potato and vegetables for $29. On Sunday, diners may enjoy half-price bottles of wine alongside a la carte Chef Specials that will change weekly. The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn in

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Phil's Waterfront

Phil's Waterfront Bar and Grill in Aquebogue presents Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 PM. They also feature live entertainment on Saturdays. Call for details. Almond Restaurant in Bridgehampton presents daily specials. Meatless Mondays will continue offering a three course meatless menu for $35 all night. Tuesdays are steak frites night with a featured steak frites for $19.95. Thursday nights enjoy ½ dozen Montauk pearl oysters or ½ dozen shrimp cocktail for $10 at the bar or at tables. On Sundays grab a burger and a beer at the bar for $15. A $29 three-course prix fixe will be offered from 5:30 to 7 PM every night. For reservations contact Almond at 631-537-5665.

Monday Night Paint

The Salty Canvas presents Monday Night Paint Parties at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack happening every Monday from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Nikki Payne of the Salty Canvas will host a paint party complete with step-by-step instructions and all painting materials. Cost for the evening is $45 and includes one complimentary Happy Hour drink. The Happy Hour menu will be available for

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Living Room

c/o The Maidstone in East Hampton offers a prix fixe that includes three courses for just $35 at the cozy Living Room restaurant, Sunday through Thursday, from 5:30 to 7 PM. Happy hour is Sunday to Thursday from 4 to 6 PM. Enjoy drinks and appetizers at 50 percent off.

Free Soup Days

Tuesday and Thursday are "Free Soup Days" at Clamman on North Sea Road in Southampton from 11 AM to 3 PM, with the purchase of a sandwich or entree. For more info call 631-283-6669.

Nick & Toni's

Nick & Toni's in East Hampton has introduced its own variation of "Nonna's Sunday Sauce." Ever y Sunday, diners may enjoy slow-cooked "Sunday sauce," served over pasta. Cost for the dish is $20 per person. Spaghetti squash will be available as a gluten-free substitution for pasta. N i c k & To n i ' s o f f e r s t h e i r famous woodburning oven pizzas. The pizzas are available Sunday through Thursday all night. The Choice prix fixe menu is available Sunday through Friday (restaurant is closed Tuesdays) beginning at 6 PM. The restaurant also hosts happy hour every Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM and Sundays from 2:30 through 6:30 PM. During Happy Hour a sommelier selected glass of wine will be offered for $8, select cocktails are half price including the Meyer Lemon Cosmo, Seasonal 'Rita, and the Spanish G&T, and a rotating bottled brew is available for $6.  A select bar menu of small plates are available including meatball sliders for $6, pizza margherita for $10, formaggi plate for $10, and seasonal bruschetta for $5. Call Nick & Toni's at 631-324-3550.

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