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Holiday Giving Programs As we enter into the holiday season, The Retreat has announced the agency’s annual Holiday Giving Programs. In the true spirit of the season, The Retreat asks supporters to join together in brightening the holiday experience of courageous families affected by domestic violence. During the holiday season, an increasing amount of families seek out The Retreat’s services. Many women and children find that during the holidays, domestic violence increases due to money problems, and increasing amounts of alcohol and drug use.   The most peaceful time of year, sadly, can be the hardest. In an effort to infuse light into some of the dark realities these families have to face, The Retreat is looking for help in providing survivor families with a joyful holiday experience during Thanksgiving and the December holidays.

Supporters may contribute to The Retreat’s Thanksgiving Gift Card Drive. The agency asks for gift cards to local food stores so that clients can shop on their own and provide a fruitful Thanksgiving experience for their families. Please send gift cards to The Retreat at 13 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, New York 11937 by November 12. Supporters can also consider offering support to The Retreat’s annual Adopt-A-Family Program by donating holiday presents or gift cards for a family in need. Call The Retreat’s Holiday Help Line at 631329-4398 and ask for Christiana or Lisa, to learn more about becoming involved in brightening the holiday season for survivors of domestic violence.

Great Hamptons Road Rally Jim Shelly and Georgica Services Ltd. present “The Great Hamptons Road Rally” on Saturday at noon.  The rally is dedicated to the memory of their dear friend and fellow rally enthusiast Jon Auerbach. The Auerbach family is hosting the event. 

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The rally will start and end at The Hayground School in Bridgehampton. The course is 120 miles and will be completed in 4.5 hours. The rally entry fee is $125 per car. Proceeds will be donated to LTV, the East Hampton public access TV station. Visit www.georgicaservices. com/index.php/road-rally.

Girls Night Out On November 8 from 7 to 10 PM join Gurney’s for its fifth annual pink event “Girls Night Out.” The evening includes wine, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and spa pampering to benefit the Coalition For Women’s Cancers at Southampton Hospital. For tickets call 631-668-1742. Seagrass Celebration South Fork Natural Histor y Museum (SoFo) presents Save Our Seagrass Celebration and Fundraiser, cosponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County on November 9 from 5 to 8 PM.   Seagrass, which provides a nursery and habitat for numerous marine animals, has declined drastically in recent years, reducing the amount of fish and shellfish in our waters. Fortunately, work is being done to address this loss, and you

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can help. This Seagrass Celebration will raise funds to enable SoFo to hold more restoration workshops through CCE’s Marine Meadows Program, an innovative hands-on program that helps to restore seagrass beds. The celebration will feature a delicious raw bar of locally harvested shellfish, freshly prepared Peconic Bay scallops, and local beer and wine. Entertainment will be provided by the Moto-Wrays, a talented instrumental trio specializing in surf rock and jazz. Individual tickets are available at $75 per person. To purchase tickets, or for more information contact Kim Barbour of Cornell Cooperative Extension at  kp237@ cornell.edu or 631-921-0302.

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Wolffer Candlelight Fridays at Wolffer Estate Vineyards wine stand in Sagaponack start at 5 PM. Enjoy live music and wine. Jam Session The Jam Session will take place Thursday night from 7 to 9 PM at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor. The Jam Session house band is Bill Smith on piano, Peter Weiss on bass and Claes Brondal on drums. No cover charge. For information please visit www. thejamsession.org. Buckley’s Inn Between Happy hour weekdays runs from 4

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Solé East Solé East invites all monsters, ghouls, witches and ghosts to celebrate Halloween in The Backyard to mark the 2013 season’s end. Beginning at 8 PM on Saturday, November 2, guests may enjoy free bar food, witches grog, special entertainment surprises and musical guests. Winner of the “Best Costume” contest will receive a free weekend stay. Admission to the party is free. In order to end the season on a high note, rooms at Solé East start at $129 and they encourage guests

230 Down Got talent? Step up on stage during an open mic every Wednesday night at 8 PM at 230 Down in 230 Elm in Southampton Village. Before that, enjoy happy hour 2 for 1 from 4 to 7 PM. Vulcan Destructo! Authentic metal garage band, Vulcan Destructo, invites one and all and their ear protection to a postHalloween party at Sam’s Garage on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton. 8 PM.

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Barn Dance A traditional New England barn dance will take place at the Water Mill Community House on Saturday at 8 PM. Visit www.LITMA.org.

Best Little Whorehouse History, histrionics, hysterics and hormones prevail as Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center presents its sixth season of innovative, eye-arching and creative programming. Opening the season is Larry L. King and Peter Masterson’s, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. The toe-tapping true story of the Chicken Ranch features a large cast and Carol Hall’s infectious score and lyrics. Michael Disher directs and Karen Hochstedler serves as musical director. Performances t h r o u g h S u n d a y. Vi s i t w w w. southamptonculturalcenter.org.

Hamptons Dancers The Hamptons Dancers AARP Community Group presents a Harvest Dance at the Riverhead Polish Hall from 3 PM to 7 PM on

Other Desert Cities Other Desert Cities, the Broadway triumph by Jon Robin Baitz about one family’s moving struggle with the challenges and the cost of recasting

Salon Series The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents “Salon Series” featuring concerts by award-winning young musicians from around the globe. On Friday, Nadejda Vlaeva at 6 PM. Visit www.parrishart.org.

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I Love You, You’re Perfect The Nor th Fork Community Theatre presents I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change opening Friday and running through November 17. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling 631-298-NFCT or visit www.nfct.com.

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Kingdom Animalia “Kingdom Animalia,” curated by Kathy Zeiger is on display at Dodds and Eder in Sag Harbor. Artists include Caitlyn Shea, Colin Goldberg, Dan Welden, David Bonagurio, Llewelynn Fletcher, Marc Dimov, Rachel Meuler, Roz Dimon, Scott Bluedorn, Vito DeVito and Will Guild Hall Guild Hall presents Thomas Ryan with animal inspired art. The Moran’s Romanticism & Symbolism; show runs through November 10. Christa Maiwald; and Landscapes from the permanent collection. Fabulous Fish Southampton Historical Museum The three exhibits will run through January 5. For more info visit www. and Research Center presents the art exhibit, “Fabulous Fish,” sculptures by guildhall.org. John Rist, Jr. at Rogers Mansion. The show runs through Saturday. Material Matters “Material Matters” art exhibit is at Levitas Center for the Arts at Charlotte Park: The 1950s “Charlotte Park: The 1950s,” a Southampton Cultural Center. The selection of paintings by a close friend show runs through November 17. and colleague of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, will be on view at The Drawing Room The Drawing Room in East the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Hampton presents Robert Dash Center through tomorrow. The works exhibit “From Blue Hill” and Chuck are lent courtesy of the artist’s estate, Holtzman’s drawings and wall by private collectors, and by the architecture. Both exhibits run Parrish Art Museum.

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Crazy Monkey The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett will feature the work of two of its member artists, Jim Hayden and Jana Hayden, and art by a guest artist, Lenore Bailey. The exhibition will be on view from Friday to December 1. Reception will be held on Saturday 5 to 7 PM. LIFE IN THE ABSTRACT Second annual group exhibition “LIFE IN THE ABSTRACT” takes place this weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. An opening reception will be held on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM.

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TRAY JOLIE Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents “TRAY JOLIE,” its November 2013 exhibit of tray art by East End artists. Light refreshments and an auction will take place on Friday from 5 to 6:30 PM. The show runs through December 1. Shady Cottage Neoteric Fine Art invites you to Benjamin Barnes “Shady Cottage,” a haunted house based on the actual true history of the gallery’s building, located at 208 Main Street in Amagansett. The “Shady Cottage” will be an interactive experience featuring many historical and

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East Hampton THURSDAY 10•31•13 • There’s co-ed volleyball at the Montauk Playhouse on Thursday nights from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. • WeightWatchers meetings are held at the Amagansett Library at 10:30 AM each Thursday. SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Hike five miles from Stony Hill to Fresh Pond with Rick Whalen of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at the parking lot at the end of Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett at 10 AM. Call 631-267-6608 or 631-275-8539 with questions. Be sure to visit EHTPS’s website for news about other hikes. SUNDAY 11•3•13 • There’s open gym at the Montauk Playhouse every Sunday beginning at 8 AM. Visit www.ehamptonny.gov for the full schedule of offerings.

Southampton WEDNESDAY 10•30•13 • A caregiver support group is held each Wednesday from noon to 1:15 PM at Southampton Hospital. Call 917-327-6237 for details. From 5:30 to 7 PM, a bereavement support group meets. Call 631-283-6729 to learn more. THURSDAY 10•31•13 • AA meetings are held at Joshua’s Place in Southampton each Thursday morning at 7:30 AM. SATURDAY 11•2•13 • South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) in Bridgehampton invites you to get involved with Cornell Cooperative Extension’s efforts to restore eelgrass by participating in a Marine Meadows Workshop. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about this aquatic plant species while assisting in land-based efforts to restore local eelgrass populations. You’ll weave eelgrass shoots (harvested from healthy donor meadows in our local waters) into burlap planting discs which, once

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assembled, will be planted by highly trained, SCUBA certified, CCE Marine Program staff in carefully selected restoration sites in our local estuaries. These newly created “marine meadows” will serve as an important habitat for many species of finfish and shellfish and help enhance the health and productivity of our local bays. 10 AM. Call SoFo for details 631-537-9735. • The Southampton Town Democratic Club hosts a Breakfast Meeting from 10 AM to noon at 230 Elm Street in Southampton The morning’s topic is: Why Long Island’s Energy Model Doesn’t Work. Guess speaker Thomas Bjurlof is Managing Director at Bruguel Advisors. A former executive with AT&T and Boeing, Bjurlof consults on energy management and regulatory issues for numerous international firms. Tickets: $25 at the door, $15 youth.

SUNDAY 11•3•13 • The Hampton Theatre Company will hold open auditions for two of the three roles in Heroes, Tom Stoppard’s translation of the Gérald Sibleyras play about three World War I veterans, on Sunday and Monday from 6 to 8 PM at the Quogue Community Hall, 125 Jessup Avenue in Quogue. Both union and non-union actors are invited to attend. Readings will be from the script. No monologue or appointment is necessary. Contact info@hamptontheatre.org or 516-658-9441 for more information. For information about the theater company, visit www.hamptontheatre.org. • Learn how to make a dried wreath at Marders in Bridgehampton at 10 AM. $55 includes all materials.

North Fork SUNDAY 11•3•13 • Director Robert Horn and Producer Babette Cornine are announcing auditions for Steel Magnolias will be held at the North Fork Community Theatre today and Monday from 6 to 9 PM. If call backs are necessary, they will be held on Tuesday. The cast consists of six women: Trudy Jones (40ish); Annelle Duprey-DeSoto (19ish); Claire Belcher (66ish); Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie (25ish); M’Lynne Eatenton (50ish); and Ouiser Boudreau (66ish). Be prepared to read from the script. • Give today! First Parish Church is collecting for all of the local community’s food pantries -- canned, jarred and boxed goods. Sound Avenue, Northville.

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society, Woodroof starts a “club” for AIDS victims seeking alternate ways, both legal and illegal, from all over the world to treat the disease. Pencil in McConaughey for a Best Actor nomination – as of now he is the hands down favorite to take home the statue. Jared Leto also does outstanding work in a supporting role.

The Internship Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, who bonded in Wedding Crashers, seek to recapture the magic in this intermittently funny effort from Shawn Levy (Date Night). The pair makes loveable buddies, and if you buy into that, you’ll enjoy this film.

Now Playing 12 Years A Slave (R) If you waited for hours and paid a small fortune to see this film on closing night of the Hamptons International Film Festival, you got played. It opens Friday for general release. A free black man from New York, Solomon Northup, played magnificently by Chiwetel Ejiofor, is abducted and sold into slavery. He endures oppressive cruelty – and experiences unexpected acts of kindness, as he struggles to retain his dignity. In the 12th year of his unforgettable odyssey, Solomon’s chance meeting with a Canadian abolitionist – played admirably by Brad Pitt -- changes his fate. This film is a major contender for the Best Picture Oscar – don’t miss it.

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Other Desert Cities, the Broadway triumph by Jon Robin Baitz about one family’s moving struggle with the challenges and the cost of recasting the truth in the name of love, will be the first play in the Hampton Theatre Company’s 29th season for a threeweek run in Quogue. Winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New OffBroadway play, Other Desert Cities earned five Tony Award nominations after it moved to Broadway and was a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize

for Drama. Set in Palm Springs, California, during the 2004 Christmas holiday, the play explores with heart and great wit the dynamics of the Wyeth family, as parents Polly and Lyman, successful show business Republicans, react to the announcement by their liberal daughter Brooke that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history. Brooke must also navigate

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through some tricky emotional dust storms in explaining her motives to two other family members: her liberal aunt Silda, a recovering alcoholic and her mother’s former writing partner; and her quick-witted and affable brother Trip, who is making his own way as a television producer and is loath to rock the family boat. Playing the role of Brooke in the Hampton Theatre Company production is Morgan Vaughan, returning to the Quogue stage after following up her tour de force in the role of Margie in the HTC’s fall 2012 production of Good People with a compelling turn as Lady Macbeth in the Round Table Theatre Company’s production of Shakespeare’s Scottish play in Wainscott last winter. HTC artistic director Diana Marbury, last seen on the Quogue stage in Other People’s Money before directing last spring’s production of How the Other Half Loves, has the role of Brooke’s mother, Polly. Vay David, another HTC veteran, returns to the stage in Quogue in the role of Polly’s sister Silda. Brooke’s father, Lyman Wyeth, will be played by Craig Braun, a newcomer to the Hampton Theatre Company who is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio and trails a long list of credits in stage work in New York and Los Angeles, as well as work in television—including the lead role in the acclaimed German

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miniseries Betrayal in Paradise—and in films. The role of Trip Wyeth will be played by another newcomer to the HTC, Ian Bell, a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts who studied with Terry Schreiber at his studio in New York and lists among his credits Lanford Wilson’s Balm in Gilead and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Hampton Theatre Company Executive Director Sarah Hunnewell directs. The set design is by Sean Marbury; lighting is by Sebastian Paczynski; set decor by Diana Marbury; and costumes by Teresa LeBrun. Other Desert Cities runs through November 10 at the Quogue Community Hall on Jessup Avenue. Showtimes for this season are Thursdays and Fridays at 7 PM, Saturdays at 8 PM, and Sundays at 2:30. PM The Hampton Theatre Company will once again be offering special dinner and theater packages in collaboration with the Southampton, Westhampton Beach, Hampton Bays and Quogue libraries, as well as Arts Alive LI. Complete information about the dinner and theater packages is available on the company website, www.hamptontheatre.org, on the Other Desert Cities page. To reserve show tickets, visit www.hamptontheatre.org, or call OvationTix at 866-811-4111.

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Here’s a list of new programs at local libraries. Check in with your local branch for ongoing programs. Advance registration is required for most of the listed programs. Call for details.

East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Author Victor Colaio discusses his book Between Two Bridges from 1 to 2:30 PM. • Claude Soffel, Certified Life Coach and Founder of The BraveHeart Institute, will lead an open discussion for parents on Mindfulness and Today’s Dads. Participants will gain insights and clarity on the value of purposeful fathering and the ultimate benefits to the family, the mom/dad relationship, and most importantly, the children. 11 AM till noon.

Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 WEDNESDAY 10•30•13 • BULLYING: What Adults Need to Know: This workshop explores how peer meanness is manifested, what research tells us about bullying, and how adults can help the bullied, the bullies, and the bystanders. 6 PM. SATURDAY 11•2•13 • In this two-part program, the Parrish Art Museum sends an artist/educator to Amagansett:  Children will learn about and create a watercolor landscape, inspired by William Merritt Chase. For children Grades K and up. 3:30 to 4:30 PM. WEDNESDAY 11•6•13 • Screen time and the digital dilemma: How much screen time is OK for children? The Cornell educator shares research finding so you can be media-literate, understand the benefits,  and protect children from the negative influences of media culture. 6 to 7 PM.

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Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Make a colorful beaded eyeglass lariat at 3 PM. $10 fee for this adult workshop. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 SUNDAY 11•3•13 • In the spirit of Thanksgiving, enjoy family time with The Homegrown String Band, a “100% Natural Organically Grown” band. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Hampton Bays Public Library. 2 to 3 PM. WEDNESDAY 11•6•13 • Finding Love in Time for the Holidays: It’s Not Too Late . . . 7 to 8:30 PM. Join motivational speaker Constance Hallinan Lagan for help with finding love in time for the holidays. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Learn how to avoid Internet scams and frauds at 2 PM. • The Parrish Art Museum is in the house, with a watercolor workshop for kids that let them reveal their inner William Merritt Chase. 3 to 4 PM. Ages five to 12. Hampton Library in Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 FRIDAY 11•1•13 • Celebrate Dia de los Muertos by creating sugar skulls, the traditional folk art of Southern Mexico. 4 to 5 PM. TUESDAY 11•5•13 • It’s “Healthy Kidneys, Healthy You” with a board-

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Westhampton Library 631-288-3335 SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Meet author Phil Keith at 3 PM. Montauk Library 631-668-3377 Wednesday 10•30•13 • Mini Trick or Treat Night from 5 to 7 PM for all ages. Stop by for treats, trivia, and a scavenger hunt! Get an extra treat for checking out a book with your library card. Costume optional, but a lot of fun! SATURDAY 11•2•13 • Join Archivist Robin Strong for an Archival Open House - come to identify your neighbors (or yourself!) in the library’s Archival photos or view the library’s Oral History DVD’s from 11 AM to 4 PM. Mattituck-Laurel Library 631-298-4134 FRIDAY 11•1•13 • Chorus (Les Choriste) screens at 1:30 PM. Free. SUNDAY 11•3•13 • Meet photographer Steve Berger, view his photo exhibit and new book of photographs entitled “The North Fork in Black and White.” From 1:30 to 3:30 PM. All are welcome. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 THURSDAY 10•31•13 • In conjunction with the exhibit of his sometimes dark and daring line drawings, artist Gahen Wilson stops by for a Halloween Special discussing his world and his work. 7 PM.


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Today’s Birthday: Henry Winkler, 1945 by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Resist the urge to believe someone else’s perspective of things over your direct experience. As a matter of fact this may not be the best time to ask others their opinion of what you intend to do at all. Check in with yourself and feel what you know and   then take action. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) This is just not a time to settle. Take a stand for yourself and know that you do deserve all that you are wanting and this is not the time to cave. You don’t usually cave so it is interesting that   you may even be entertaining the idea. Get over it.

GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Home is the place to be this week. Do your best to get cozy and remind yourself who you are. I know you love the socializing; it just may be time to bring it to your place rather than just going and doing. Check in with your favorite place at home and touch all your favorite stuff. Sounds weird, give it a try.  

CANCER (June 22 - July 23) There is a good deal of changeable energy all around you so the best idea this week will be to do your best to be your most authentic self. Take guilt out of the mix and then make your choices. The way to manage the changeable energy will be   to come from the deepest and truest part of yourself. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Beating yourself up is not the best choice this week. It will be way too easy for you to get lost in all your insecurities and perceived failures and just slice and dice yourself in your own mind. Try to be a more loving and kinder friend to yourself. Stick up for yourself and know it is not always your fault. Be   kind to yourself. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) You will need to check in with your emotions and your needs this week. And then the great challenge will be to boldly say what those needs are. Out loud and to those around you. If only those who love you could read your mind it would be easy.   Assume they can’t and tell them what you need.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) It is all okay this week. Even if the path has taken you in an unexpected direction you should be able to see how this becomes a good thing in the end. Trust the journey and trust that you have laid excellent ground work to take you to   the goal. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Still a heavy, deep and real time for you Scorpio. Just don’t allow that heavy energy to keep you too long in the funk. Do something to take yourself out of it and find different ways to look at things which will support a better view. Everything is perspective right now, so change your view and   you will change your feelings. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Great energy this week, so enjoy yourself as you find yourself with ample opportunity to have interesting conversations with interesting people. Kind of your favorite thing, so embrace this magical week and have fun!  

CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) It very well may be that this week brings some long standing unclear and unfinished things into focus and completion. Kind of exciting since you have been waiting for just such a  time. Look for clarity and wait for it if necessary.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) So obsessing is not the best choice, even though you may be feeling the urge. We all have that crazy person in our heads who wants to take charge and just freak us out; yet battling

that very energy is what is in your best interest right now. Take a breath, go for a walk whatever you need to   do to come back to center.

PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20)  You have indeed traveled long and hard to get to this place in your life. There are things that you will be able to make real in your life from this point forward that would have been impossible before now. Know that this moment, this time is a line in the sand and begin creating the new,   right now!

When “Happy Days” first appeared on television in October 1973, the leather clad greaser mechanic was a minor figure with a couple of lines. But Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli was so popular, he quickly became the central figure of the show. Director Garry Marshall was looking for a blonde “stud muffin” Italian to play the dumb foil to Ron Howard’s Richie Cunningham character. Winkler was anything but, a Jew from Manhattan with an MFA in Drama from Yale. But he won Marshall over during his audition and landed the role. Winkler has been in the business ever since, acting, directing, and producing, though he never again landed a role to match the iconic Fonzie. He starred in Night Shift in 1982, a movie directed by Howard, who went on to earn an Oscar for directing (A Beautiful Mind). Scream and The Waterboy are two of the many other films Winkler has appeared in. He returned to television in the 90s and can currently be seen on “Royal Pains” and “Children’s Hospital” in recurring roles. Winkler, who has been married for 35 years and has three children, has earned two Golden Globes, two Emmys and was the 9th King of the Bacchus, Mardi Gras and Parade in New Orleans in 1977.


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This salad is fairly easy to make, however the quality of the salad relies heavily on thin precision knife cuts of the vegetables. This recipe will be a good test of your knife skills in the kitchen, and, this being said, you will need a mandolin food slicer to cut proper thin julienne (or long thin stick like cuts). First you want your vegetables clean, so wash them and peel the ones that have skin, like carrots and celery root. Now carefully adjust your mandolin to a very thin setting and begin slicing the vegetables. Then line up the pieces and finish the job with a chef knife. The result should be long thin slices of vegetables. Mix all vegetables and herbs in a bowl and set aside. Cut the steak into strips (always cut against the grain). Heat the grill

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and marinate the steak in a bit of soy sauce and some of the dressing you've made while the grill heats. You can mix the vegetable salad with the remaining dressing just before you put the steak on the grill because it will not take long to cook. Plate the salad and top with the hot juicy steak and enjoy.

Dressing Put all ingredients except the oil in your blender cup and blend on high slowly adding the oil and maybe just a bit of warm water to set the emulsion.

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