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Iconic rock and roll photographer, Lynn Goldsmith held a special exhibit and book signing at Morrison Hotel Gallery in NYC on Saturday. Goldsmith signed copies of her new book, Rock and Roll Stories, which was released on November 5. Her famous images were hanging at the gallery as well.


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Christa Maiwaldon Guild Hall in East Hampton presents a gallery talk with Artist Christa Maiwaldon Sunday at 2 PM. Quiet Architecture Host Maziar Behrooz will moderate a discussion with Thomas Phifer and Partners principal, Thomas Phifer, and partner Gabriel Smith, about the firm’s singular approach to architecture in Quiet Architecture, the second installment of AIA Peconic’s  Architectural Sessions at the Parrish in Water Mill. The event will take place Friday at 6 PM, in the Museum’s Lichtenstein Theater. Tickets to the program are $10, free for members, children, and students, and include Museum admission. Advance reservations are recommended.

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Group Art Show   The Retreat, the only non-profit domestic violence agency serving the East End of Long Island for over 26 years, has announced the Top 25 artists who will be featured in a group show opening on Saturday at the Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in the heart of Sag Harbor.   Submissions of photography, painting, mixed media, graphics, drawing, 2D, 3D, and sculpture came from around the globe including Israel, Russia, Sweden, and all across the United States.  Jurors for this year’s competition included Sara Nightingale, owner of the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill and Scott Sandell, Visual Arts Director of Stony Brook University (Southampton campus). The art show will run through November 20. Art By Architects AIA Peconic, a chapter of the

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American Institute of Architects, will host an event at the Southampton Center featuring art by architects, Member Firm Project Exhibit, and the Daniel J. Rowen Memorial Awards Program. The show runs through December 1. Visit www.aiapeconic. org.

TRAY JOLIE Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents “TRAY JOLIE,” its November 2013 exhibit of tray art by East End artists. The show runs through December 1. Crazy Monkey The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett will feature the work of

Guild Hall Guild Hall presents Thomas Moran’s Romanticism & Symbolism; Christa Maiwald; and Landscapes from the permanent collection. The three exhibits will run through January 5. For more info visit www. guildhall.org. Material Matters “Material Matters” art exhibit is at Levitas Center for the Arts at Southampton Cultural Center. The show runs through Sunday.

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The Diary Of Anne Frank Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor presents The Diary Of Anne Frank on stage through November 26. The Diary of Anne Frank, written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, is presented as part of Bay Street Theatre’s Literature Live! 2013 educational program, which presents a piece of literature selected from the core curriculum and brings it to life on stage for the general public as well as for schools across Long Island.

Melodies & Memories Area seniors will perform live on stage on Sunday at 3 PM in an endearing production as part of the Life-Long Learning Program “Melodies & Memories,” in collaboration with the Town of Southampton Senior Services, at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. The performance is free and open to the public.

Theatre Exit The King The John Drew Theater and the Naked Stage present a staged reading of Exit The King by Eugene Ionesco on Tuesday at 7:30 PM at

I Love You, You’re Perfect The North Fork Community Theatre presents I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change through Sunday. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling 631-298NFCT or visit www.nfct.com.

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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 to 6 PM, with $3 pints of everything on tap, well drinks, and pouring wine. DJ Phil at 10 PM on Saturdays. Sundays see two for one appetizers at the bar all day. Southampton Publick House Stop by for Monday Night Madness in the taproom featuring $5 pints, $5 burger platters, and more specials. Weekday happy hour runs from 4 to 7 PM. Wednesday

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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 can 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 631-329-4398 and ask for Christiana or Lisa, to learn more about becoming involved in brightening the holiday season for survivors of domestic violence.

Miss Ella’s Shop for a cause. Fridays to Sundays from noon to 4 PM through December 22. Miss Ella’s Holiday Shop at Hallockville will have local handcrafted gifts, jewelry, woodcarvings, antiques, collectibles, ornaments, cards and seasonal items, plus educational toys and games for children. All proceeds benefit the not-for-profit mission of Hallockville Museum Farm, support the preservation of 19 historic structures dating back to 1765 across 28 acres of preserved farmland. Located on Sound Avenue in Riverhead, Hallockville is home to cows and sheep, and offers educational programming that connects the community to the shared agricultural heritage throughout the year. Museum members save 10 percent off non-consignment purchases. East End Hospice Worth New York in Tanger Outlet in Riverhead presents holiday makeovers to benefit East End Hospice on Friday from 11 AM to 5 PM. Worth has teamed up with Southampton’s 27 Hamptons Salon to give complimentary hair styling and cosmetic makeovers. Everyone who signs up for a makeover will receive a goody bag and  $50 Worth gift certificate. Appointment lasts approximately 45 minutes. To book your makeover make a $25 donation to East End Hospice. Space is limited. To register call 631-2887080 or email ddoyle@eeh.org.

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By Jessica Mackin Bay Street Theatre presents The Diary of Anne Frank live on stage through November 26. Written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, The Diary of Anne Frank is presented as part of Bay Street Theatre’s Literature Live! 2013 educational program, which presents a piece of literature selected from the core curriculum and brings it to life on stage. The Cast of The Diary of Anne Frank consists of Sawyer Avery (Peter Van Daan), Keith Cornelius (Mr. Frank), Chloë Dirksen (Miep), Terrance Fiore (Mr. Dussel), Lydia Franco-Hodges (Mrs. Frank), Josh Gladstone (Mr. Van Daan), Jessica Mortellaro (Anne Frank), Kate Mueth (Mrs. Van Daan), Joe Pallister (Mr. Kraler) and Georgia Warner (Margot Frank). “We are looking for ward to this year’s Literature Live! 2013 performance of Anne Frank,” says Executive Director Tracy Mitchell. “The Literature Live program reaches thousands of students as well as the general public and we are glad to bring this important story back to life this fall in a fully staged, theatrical production.” The Diary of Anne Frank is a

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stage adaptation of the book. The story, which made its debut in 1956, won both a Tony award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for drama. This riveting play about the lives of eight people hiding from the Nazis in a concealed space above a warehouse allows audiences to feel their claustrophobic existence, their hopes, their fears and their indomitable will to survive. The production is directed by Joe Minutillo. The program is sponsored in part by The Dana Foundation, Halstead Property, Suffolk County, The Sunny & Abe Rosenberg Foundation, Colgate-Palmolive, and the Town of Southampton. Public performance pricing is set at $12 for students and $25 for adults with special rates for schools and other groups. Fridays and Saturdays at 7 PM. The play is suggested for ages 13 and up. For those who are interested in supporting the program, donations can be made online at www. baystreet.org or by calling the Administrative office at 631-7250818. For school and group sales, show times and to purchase tickets, call the box office at 631-725-9500 or buy online at www.baystreet.org.


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By Emily Toy & Kitty Merrill

For submissions email kmerrill@indyeastend.com by Thursday at noon.

every Sunday beginning at 8 AM. Visit www. ehamptonny.gov for the full schedule of offerings.

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THURSDAY 11•13•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.

WEDNESDAY 11•13•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.

FRIDAY 11•15•13 • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce’s End of Season Gala starts at 6:30 PM at Gurney’s. The Gala’s Person of the Year is Perry “Chip” Duryea III. A cocktail hour with an open bar kicks off the event, followed by a 7:30 PM dinner with music and presentations. $80 per person. • East Hampton Village Historian Hugh King and his wife, Loretta Orion, an anthropologist, will re-enact the life and lore of the accused witch, Goody Garlick. All are welcome to a lantern tour starting at Clinton Academy Museum on Main Street in East Hampton at 6:30 PM. Admission is $15 by reservation only at 631-324-6850. The tour lasts about an hour and a half. SATURDAY 11•16•13 • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for a two-mile hike through to Hedges Banks, overlooking Gardiner’s Bay. Meet at the log cabin park office building just inside Cedar Point Park Road, off Alewive Brook Road in Northwest East Hampton at 10 AM. Call 631-329-2681 for more info. SUNDAY 11•17•13 • Walk a trail 3000 years in the making with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at the Napeague Dunes parking area on the south side of Montauk Highway, about two miles east of the Cranberry Hole Road-Dune Road intersection on the Napeauge Stretch. Starts at 10 AM. Call 631-2834591 or (on the day of the hike) 917-584-7280 for further information. • There’s open gym at the Montauk Playhouse

THURSDAY 11•14•13 • Running on Empty: The Rise and Fall of Southampton College, 1963-2005 will be discussed with author John Strong at the Rogers Mansion at 2 PM. Light refreshments will be served. Call 631-2832494 to RSVP. • AA meetings are held at Joshua’s Place in Southampton each Thursday morning at 7 AM. SATURDAY 11•16•13 • All are welcome to a Long Pond Greenbelt journey from 10 AM to noon with the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Rain cancels the moderately paced five and a half mile hike. Call 631-848-2255 for more info. • “Downton Abbey Style in Southampton: 1900 to 1920” is a new exhibit at the Rogers Mansion Tuesdays and Saturdays from 11 AM to 4 PM. Exhibit runs through December. $4 for non-members, members are free and children under 17 are free also. • Kids ages seven and up can join the South Fork Natural History Museum in making musical instruments at 10 AM. $3 materials fee. Call 631-537-9735 to register. • The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons hosts a roundtable on fall tasks at 10 AM. At the ground floor of the Bridgehampton Community House. Admission is free. Call 631-537-2223. SUNDAY 11•17•13 • Make your own holiday wreath at Marders in Bridgehampton at 10 AM. Call the Garden Shop at

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631-537-3700 to register and pay in advance. • “Nonstop Plants: A Garden for 365 Days,” an illustrated lecture by Margaret Roach, is at the Bridgehampton Community House’s auditorium. Members of the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons attend free, $10 for non-members. Refreshments will be served. • Full Frost Moon Hike in Vineyard Field is from 6 to 7 PM with the South Fork Natural History Museum. Call 631-537-9735 to make a reservation.

North Fork THURSDAY 11•14•13 • LIU Riverhead hosts an admissions open house from 3 to 7 PM. Admissions, faculty and financial aid staff will provide information about degree programs, admissions criteria and scholarship opportunities to prospective graduate and undergraduate transfer students. You will have the opportunity to meet individually with an admissions representative and financial aid coordinator. • The Harvest Dinner, a popular fall event sponsored by the Southold Historical Society, will take place from noon until 8 PM at the Soundview Restaurant on Route 48 in Greenport. A choice of Pot Roast or Salmon will be available, and an exciting cash 50/50 RAFFLE will take place during the evening. Tickets for the dinner are $25 per person (tip included) and tickets for the raffle are

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$1 each or 6 for $5. Take-out meals are also available. For further information please contact the Society at 631-765-5500.

FRIDAY 11•15•13 • Tour Hallockville Museum Farm on Sound Avenue in Riverhead from noon to 4 PM, Fridays through Sundays till December. $7. SATURDAY 11•16•13 • First Parish Church, UCC, on Sound Avenue in Northville hosts its fifth annual “Blessing of the Artists” at 1 PM. A reception gallery follows from 2 to 4 PM at the Grange. SUNDAY 11•17•13 • “Religion on the Vine” runs from 1 to 2 PM at Laurel Lake Vineyards. Writer Georgeann Packard will read an excerpt from her new book Paint the Bird. The gathering is open to all seekers looking to explore the perennial spiritual questions of life and issues of faith and religion. Contact Pastor Dianne Rodriguez of First Parish Church UCC for more information at 516-673-1231 or email at Blackswan57@aol.com. WEDNESDAY 11•20•13 • The East End Hospice Bereavement Care Team offers “Coping Through the Holidays” for adults and children from 5:30 to 7 PM at the Riverhead Library. Call 631-288-8400 for information and to register.

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ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Just a reminder of how powerful you are. You know it and others have no way to not feel it, so take your responsibility seriously and take charge when you have the chance. Don’t fear your powerful side; take hold of it.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) It is about lifestyle. What kind of lifestyle do you want to live? You have the chance to set things up so that you end up living the life you truly want. Take those first steps and do not take lifestyle and quality of life off the table.

TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Boundaries are key. You will have to set things up so that you can manage them rather than biting off more than you can chew. Set realistic goals and make reasonable choices and narrow down your choices.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) There is a whole little group of planets in your sign so you may have to do some negotiating as things get brought to the surface and there are conflicting ideas. Negotiate. Keep an open mind or keep your feelings open to new ideas is a better way of putting it. Entertain other possibilities.

CANCER (June 22 - July 23) You are so good at taking things in, taking in other people’s energy and feelings, but this may be the time you need to allow things to burst out of you. Don’t be afraid to be dramatic and even loud, it is time for the unexpressed energy to find a way out. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) No guilt, no sense of duty. Put those ideas aside for right now and get clear about what is authentic for you. That is your job right now: to be your authentic self. Tune in and feel what your truth is, and then take steps from there. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Not the time to indulge the fear. Feel the fear, don’t resist feeling it, and just move through it. Feel the fear and do it anyway is this week’s mantra. You have battled so much; don’t allow the fear to make you stand still now!

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) I know delays are not your favorite things, but why not figure out how to go with the flow and allow things to unfold in the right and perfect time? Not your plan, but the Universe’s plan. Trust that bumps along the way or a lack of clarity that lead you in a new direction are part of the plan. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Your intuition is very high right now, so trust those little nudges from the Universe. You may even find that your dreams become prophetic. Interesting time and energy -- feel this different type of power and use it well. Trust it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Easy does it. Do your best to take things one step at a time and don’t be in a hurry. If someone is trying to get you to move faster than you want, slow things down and trust that part of you that is feeling conservative. It is so unusual for you to be inclined to be conservative that you need to honor it. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Not the time to overdo things. Know that

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by Asher Lee

GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) No need to get lost in all the fears, no matter how tempting this may seem this week. Your mind is seeing things through the lens of fear, (if you find yourself terrified), and this is only one possible way of looking at things. You can trust yourself.

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Had this legendary Scottish novelist been born a century later he would doubtless be swimming in riches, royalties from his best selling books, and the movie rights that go with them. He would no doubt have his own website and fan club – oh wait, he DOES have his own website and fan club. Any way you look at it, Robert Louis Stevenson did all right for himself. He was born in Edinburgh, his father from a long list of lighthouse engineers and his mother a well-to-do gentry whose roots traced back to the 15th century. Robert was a sickly youngster, like many from his mother’s side susceptible to chest and lung infections. He broke from the family tradition to study law at Edinburgh College rather than engineering. However, Stevenson’s prose was already attracting attention and it became apparent he was an extremely gifted writer. When Stevenson was 29 he set off on an ambitious journey to track down a woman he had met in France. He booked an Atlantic crossing on a steamship, arrived in New York seriously ill, and nevertheless made it across country to California, where he nearly died. It was that epic journey that gave Stevenson the life experience he needed to write many of his epic tales. Still extremely ill, Stevenson found and married the woman he loved, Fanny Osbourne. With her children in tow the couple moved back to coastal England, where Stevenson penned the first of what was to be a string of literary marvels, the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde followed by his first commercial success, Treasure Island. Stevenson set out on another adventure, making his way to San Francisco and chartering a boat that would bring him to Hawaii and various South Pacific islands. On the occasion of his 40th birthday Stevenson bought a large piece of land in Samoa and built a family compound. It was there he penned Weir of Hermiston, which he considered his masterpiece. Stevenson died in Samoa at the age of 44, and was buried in a tomb overlooking the sea. there are things you will need to say ‘no’ to, people you may have to disappoint because you do not have unlimited energy, nor are you supposed to do everything! If something feels like it will be too much when you are just thinking about it, know that it is probably not yours to do. NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read

the sign before or after your birthday. Asher Lee is a professional Astrologer and Tarot reader. She is an interfaith minister, and has been giving spiritual counsel on the East End for more than 20 years. Asher lectures and teaches on metaphysics and related topics. She is available for private and group consultations. For further information call 631-7270711. For extended horoscope on the web, visit www.asherlee.com.

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The

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Visit indyeastend.com for up to the minute theater listings and show times. An asterisk after the title denotes Miles’ top picks.

Havisham. Pip surely would like a little of that action, eh?

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Sunlight Jr. (NR) Naomi Watts is terrific as a store clerk who is in love with a disabled man, skillfully played by Matt Dillon. She becomes pregnant, loses her job, and the hapless couple soon find themselves homeless. In other words, just your usual, run of the mill, cheerful yuletide tale. Add a star if you are seriously depressed and need company or if you need a little push toward the suicide you’ve long been contemplating. Tess Harper co-stars.

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Great Expectations (PG-13) You know we are getting old when Helena Bonham Carter is playing Miss

White House Down The idea was to team white hot Channing Tatum up with Jamie Foxx and let them do the buddy-cop thing. But the director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day) and the screenwriter James Vanderbilt (Spiderman) couldn’t leave well enough alone, and the result is a noisy and annoying exhibit of special effects and explosions that numbs the senses.

Now Playing Ender’s Game (PG-13) Sci-Fi movies are getting better and better, thanks to the amazing technology being developed. This effort, directed by Gavin (X-Men: Origins) Hood, features old hands Ben Kingsley and Harrison Ford, who ably fight off aliens bent on destroying the world. Young Asa Butterfield, though, is the real hero. Viola Davis co-stars. This is a fun ride for the whole family. Nebraska (R) Director Alexander Payne already has struck Oscar gold twice, for Sideways and The Descendants.

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He’s probably reaching a little too much for another one with Nebraska, which is a rather bleak ode to fatherson relationships. It is the bittersweet story of Woody Grant (Bruce Dern) a curmudgeon who thinks he was won $1 million in a sweepstakes. He convinces his estranged son (Will Forte) to taking a road trip with him to collect the money. Talk about bleak – it’s in black and white, for crying out loud. Stacy Keach co-stars. Dallas Buyer’s Club (R) Matthew McConaughey is winning raves for his performance as the real-life Texas cowboy Ron Woodroof, who was diagnosed with AIDS and given 30 days to live in 1985. Shunned by 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

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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 Counselor (R) On paper this is a can’t miss film directed by legendar y filmmaker Ridley Scott and written by Pulitzer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy. The cast is cluttered with A-Listers including Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz, along with Oscar winners Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz. The plot is centered around the always marketable Central American drug trade. There is only one problem – somehow, all these pieces clash horribly, and what emerges is an epically bad film, one that may well end up a contender for the Razzie Award as worst movie of the year.

East End Libraries

By Kitty Merrill

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 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • Join author Kara Westerman as she meanders through the mind of Nabokov. 5:30 to 7 PM. A foursession workshop examining Lolita begins tonight. SATURDAY 11•16•13 • We steal secrets: the story of Wikileaks screens from 
1 to 3:30 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SUNDAY 11•17•13 • Mac Griswold discussed on her new book, The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island at 2 PM. Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 SUNDAY 11•17•13 • Celebrate the music from the Kennedy White House with the Serendip Piano Trio. 3 to 4 PM. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • Learn about Ayurveda, the oldest healing science, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. FRIDAY 11•15•13 • Citizen Kane screens at 2 PM. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 SATURDAY 11•16•13 • Howard Oboler talks about legendary Cary Grant at 2 PM. At 6:30 PM, enjoy the library’s film feast, by

bringing a dish to share and serve six, then watching Monsieur Lazhar-2011.

Hampton Library in Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • A discussion of healthcare reform will be held at 7 PM. WESTHAMPTON LIBRARY 631-288-3335 FRIDAY 11•15•13 • Effie makeup for teens is offered at 6:30 PM. Get that “Capitol” look. • Elaine Karis of Southampton Hospital’s Meeting House Lane Practice, rheumatology specialist, will discuss the various types of arthritis, the number one cause of disability in people ages 55 and above. She will emphasize the importance of living a more active and healthy life to combat arthritis. Noon. MONTAUK LIBRARY 631-668-3377 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • Monsters University screens from 7 to 9 PM. MATTITUCK LAUREL LIBRARY 631-298-4134 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • FOR PARENTS: The Road Ahead: Common Core Insights with Dr. Marc Aronson. How is the “Common Core” affecting young people? Author, editor and Common Core expert Dr. Marc Aronson leads this program. Books for purchase and book-signing will follow. Location: Mattituck High School. 7 PM. FRIDAY 11•15•13 • Chasing Ice will be shown at 1:30. A National Geographic photographer uses time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers.


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Now Serving Compiled By Jessica Mackin North Fork Table The North Fork Table and Inn’s traveling lunch truck has added a location to its stops. The food truck will be parked at the Hampton Jitney Terminal in Southampton from 11 AM to 4 PM on Sundays beginning on November 17 though the end of 2013.

Jacobs invites guests to enjoy a family-style taco dinner. Cost is $19 for adult, $10 for kids under 12, plus tax and gratuity. For more information about Fresh Hamptons, call 631-5374700 or visit www.facebook.com/ freshhamptonsny.

theRIVERHEADPROJECT theRIVERHEADPROJECT hosts theBEERPROJECT presented by Beermeister Terrance Daly. Every Wednesday of the month will alternate with theBEERDINNER and theBEERSCHOOL. At theBEERDINNER guests may enjoy a family-style multicourse menu created by executive Chef Lia Fallon paired with various craft beers. The cost is $40 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The Beer School features mini-lectures, beer samples and handouts.

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theRIVERHEADPROJECT also presents theWINEPROJECT every Tuesday evening beginning at 7 PM. Each week a new presenter from a local vineyard or a wine purveyor will host a dinner and casual discussion on wines. The chef will serve a multi-course family style menu paired with select wines.

Fresh Hamptons Fresh Hamptons in Bridgehampton is hosting Taco Tuesdays every week from 5 to 8 PM as part of its weekly Hamptons Theme Nights held Sunday to Thursday. Executive Chef Todd

NEW MOON Established CAFE www.nmcafe.com 1978 • Dinner served nightly at

5:00 pm • Saturday Lunch at Noon • Sunday Brunch at Noon • Daily 5:00pm Happy Hours Our nightly Prix Fixe Special from 5-7pm Two Tex-Mex Dinners for $25 Choice of any 2 entrees from our South o’the Border Menu, plus a Nacho appetizer.

This Summer it’s The Moon! 524 Montauk Highway, East Quogue Take-out

653-4042

Delivery

18 Park Place East Hampton 324-5400 Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Take Out Orders


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November 13, 2013

THE INDEPENDENT • Traveler Watchman

REAL ESTATE

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

IN THE NEWS

presents

Holidays on the East End A Special Holiday Supplement 2013

Advertising Rates Full Page............ Half Page......... 1/4 Page...... 1/8 Page...........

Open Contract $1495................ $1180 $1085................ $695 $670.................. $455 $370.................. $260

Prices held over from 2012. Reserve your advertising space by November 15th @ 12PM

Holiday Advertising Special FREE Half Page Ad Run an Ad in our Holiday Supplement and 3 Ads* in our weekly issues and receive a FREE Half Page Ad!

*1/4 page minimum ad size *Ad must run December 4, 11, 18. Free Ad must run before May 1st, 2014.

Reserve Your Space NOW.......

Call Our Advertising Department For More Information at 631-324-2500 • www.indyeastend.com

To Appear in The November 27th issue of The Independent and on our website at www.indyeastend.com

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