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Eater Eve brought together 11 of the countr y's best chefs, epic food, an open bar, live music, and a whole lot of southern hospitality on Sunday at Angel Orensanz in NYC. The venue was transformed into a celebration of Southern flavors and traditions imported directly from some of the best kitchens in Louisville, New Orleans, Atlanta, Raleigh, and more. With an open bar and cocktail program by mixologist Yana Volfson, and live music provided by Houndmouth, it was one outstanding shindig.

Guitar Mash hosted a concert, jam, auction and brunch at City Winery in NYC on Sunday. The event featured Chef Tom Colicchio, Chad Smith, Mark Steward, David Broza, Cap'n Kirk Couglas, Julian Lage, G.E. Smith, and Jorma Kaukonen. Proceeds from the event support music in education programs. For more info visit www.guitarmash.org.


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Whaling in Quogue An exhibition talk “Whaling in Quogue: From Shore to the South Seas” with Betsy McMahon, teaching volunteer at the American Museum of Natural History will take place at the Quogue Library on Saturday at 11:30 PM. Alex Ferrone Photography A gallery talk with award-winning fine art photographers Carolyn Conrad and Sandi Daniel takes place Sunday at 11 AM at the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery in Cutchogue. Both artists will be discussing their works that are on view through December 15 in the current exhibition, Alterations. Call to reserve 631-734-8545.

A gallery talk with award-winning fine art photographers Carolyn Conrad and Sandi Daniel takes place Sunday at 11 AM at the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery in Cutchogue.

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East/West Artwork of Annie Sessler and John Todaro in a show called "East/West" will be on display at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend. An opening reception takes place on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM. Sessler is a fish-printmaker from Montauk and Todaro is a photographer from East Hampton.

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fine art at ART SITES in Riverhead. Featuring the work of Garance, Dena Zemsky and Andrew Wojtas. The show runs through December 22. Visit www.artsitesgallery.com.

Art By Architects AIA Peconic, a chapter of the 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 two of its member artists, Jim Hayden and Jana Hayden, and art by a guest artist Lenore Bailey. The exhibition will be on view through December 1. 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.

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T h e N e w Yo r k Wo m e n ’ s Foundation celebrated its 26th Anniversary at the Waldorf Astoria Starlight Rooftop on Thursday. A Starlit Evening honored Carolina Herrera, Morgan Stanley, with the award accepted by Ruth Porat, Chief Financial Officer of Morgan Stanley, and Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation. The worlds of fashion, finance and philanthropy came together to recognize their dedication to improving the lives of women and families in New York City. Over the past 26 years, the NYWF has raised and invested $33 million to over 280 women-led, nonprofit organizations, improving the lives of 5.4 million women and girls in New York City. Eighty One percent of those nonprofits that have received NYWF investment are successful and still thriving today. The NYWF continues to distribute $5.25 million supporting more than 90 community-based organizations in New York City and works to improve the lives of women and families in all five boroughs.

On Friday evening in New York City, the movie Junction held its theatrical release at Quad Cinema with an after party at Bar 13 that followed. Director Tony Glazer, Producers Summer Crockett-Moore and Pat Patterson were in attendance along with cast members Tom Pelphrey and Sharon Maguire. You can find out what theaters the movie will shown at by going to www. junctionthemovie.com.


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Wolffer Candlelight Fridays at Wolffer Estate Vineyards 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 Fridays and Saturdays. Sundays see two for one appetizers at the bar all day. On Thursdays, it’s Buckley’s famous wing night with $15 all you can eat wings and all you can drink Miller Lite from 10 PM to 1 PM. Music by DJ Pauly and beer pong. 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 night, it’s all for the ladies with $3 drafts, drink specials and party with DJ Tony at 9:30 PM. Fridays happy hour lasts all night and local legend DJ Dory spins at 10 PM. Saturday night, dance to Hamptons Classics served up by DJ Brian at 10 PM.

Line Dance Lessons Country Music & Line Dance Lessons with Katie Marie from Long Island Boot Kickers takes place at 230 Elm in Southampton on Friday at 9 PM. 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. Outerbanks Restaurant Every Saturday night there’s Karaoke with Miss Ginny at this Riverhead hotspot located at Indian Island Country Club. 8:30 PM. On Friday nights, beginning at 7 PM The Next Level Band be jamming during an extended happy hour. Happy hour is from 3 to 6 PM Monday to Friday with drink and appetizer specials.

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These Pockets Are Hot! These pockets are hot. The Hot Pockets band formed in the summer of 2012 when local legends Brian LeClerc (guitar) and Sean Rafferty (drums), veterans of numerous East End-based bands, were joined by Christopher Walsh (keys/guitar) and Michael LeClerc (bass). The group is playing a CD release party at Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Friday at 10 PM. The band is releasing a two-song CD. An “A side” and “B side” like in the good old days. The songs were recorded at Guitar Studio of East Hampton and mastered by East Hampton’s own Cynthia Daniels. Despite being a very new band, the musicians have known each other for years. Before they were of legal drinking age, Walsh and Rafferty performed in No Quarter, later known as the Flood in the 1990s. The band played clubs from Montauk to upstate New York and New Jersey. After 20 years in New York City, where he played in multiple original rock and roll bands, Walsh relocated to East Hampton and accepted Rafferty’s invitation to join his new group. Meanwhile, Rafferty and Brian LeClerc had jammed together at many East End nightspots over the years. And the LeClerc brothers have performed together in bands such as Stress Industry and Hurricane. Playing an explosive mix of classic rock by artists such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin, the new band has already graced local stages such as the Stephen Talkhouse, Gosman’s Dock, the Montauk Yacht Club, 230 Elm, Indian Wells Tavern and Wolfie’s. The band has recently added original rock ’n’ roll to the mix, performing a four-song set at producer/engineer Cynthia Daniels’s “On the Air” at Crossroads Music event in February 2013. The word is spreading quickly throughout the East End and beyond about the Hot Pockets. J.M.

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Get Connected! Get Connected! a fall networking event takes place at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Friday from 6 to 8 PM. Unique art-inspired cocktails and bites will be available for purchase in the café. $10 for non-members, free to members. Visit www.parrishart.org.

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People Say . . . Join event host Dominique Lamboy for “People Say . . . “ an open mic night that takes place on Saturday at 760 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. There will be comedy, poetry, and spoken word, art by Aleism, and music by DJ Twilo. The event is hosted by NYC comedian David Rey Martinez. Arrive at 7 PM to sign up. Open mic from 7 to 11 PM. Food will be provided by Salted Fig and

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.

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

Malik Solomon, Ivo Tomasini, and Randy Hendler. Organic farm fare will be provided by Balsam Farms. Bring food and/or drinks if you can, this is a free event, but donations to Neoteric Fine Art are welcome.

Local Poets Enjoy local poets and homecooked food while supporting the amazing art scene of the East End. Neoteric Fine Art in Amagansett presents six incredible poets on Thursday at 7 PM. Featured poets Scott Chaskey of Quail Hill Farm, and L. Lukas Ortiz will be joined by local poets Lindsay Jean Elitharp,

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to Bucharest and falls in love with a beautiful musician (Evan Rachel Wood) who has a boyfriend in the Rumanian mafia and the bad guys get really mad at the American kid who is trying to protect the beautiful musician in the seamy underworld that is Rumania today and hey, what happened to the dead mom? Believe us, you won’t care.

New On DVD Philomena (R) * Judi Dench makes a late bid for an Oscar in this tour de force courtesy of the director Stephen Frears (The Queen). Dench plays a mother who was forced to give up her son born out of wedlock and agree never to try and find him. Years later, she does. Frears mixes up the heartbreaking moments with wit and charm and Dench, as usual, turns in a remarkable performance. It’s not in 3-D, there are no explosions or car chases, and Dench keeps her clothes on throughout. This is filmmaking at its finest.

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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. 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

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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) The director, Alexander Payne, already has struck Oscar gold twice, for Sideways and The Descendants. 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) into 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.

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Man Of Steel Remember Superman? He’s baaaaa-ack. This time around Henry Cavill plays the title role, but he is really (spoiler alert!) Clark Kent. It features a formidable cast including Kevin Costner, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, and Amy Adams as a bewitching Lois Lane. With its spectacular special effects and absorbing dialogue, this film was supposed to be a huge blockbuster. It wasn’t, but it should play well in your living room.

Now Playing Charlie Countryman (R) A young man (Shia LeBeouf) after seeing a vision of his dead mother travels

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East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 SATURDAY 11•23•13 • James Whitfield Thompson discusses his latest book, Lies You Wanted To Hear from 1 to 2:20 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 11•24•13 • Kids and families can gobble up stories about turkeys and Thanksgiving, then make a fun craft. 3:30 to 4:30 PM. Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 WEDNESDAY 11•27•13 • It’s A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving for kids from 10:15 to 11 AM. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 THURSDAY 11•21•13 • Learn what boot camp exercises are all about during an intro offered from 7 to 8 PM. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 SATURDAY 11•23•13 • Learn Facebook basics at 2 PM. WESTHAMPTON LIBRARY 631-288-3335 SATURDAY 11•23•13 • The library joins with Bidawee to welcome Santa, who will pose with you and your pet for that special holiday photo. $15 per photograph (payable only by cash or check to Westhampton Free Library)  for a high resolution, digital copy of a photo that includes up to two animals and up to four people, a holiday gift for

your pet and a one-year membership to the Dog Park at Bideawee. • It’s a Doctor Who pizza party for teens to celebrate the cult hero’ 50th anniversary. 6 PM. SUNDAY 11•24•13 • A CHRISTMAS MEMORY: This dramatic and magical adaptation of Truman Capote’s short story presented by Thomas DeWolfe and Jere Jacob will be followed by a reception. 2 PM.

MONTAUK LIBRARY 631-668-3377 THURSDAY 11•14•13 • The Heat screens from 7 to 9 PM. MATTITUCK LAUREL LIBRARY 631-298-4134 WEDNESDAY 11•20•13 • Browse the Friends of the Library book sale from 2 to 5 PM in the lower level. FRIDAY 11•22•13 • See Lucky, the story of a fledgling serial killer at 1:30. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 THURSDAY 11•21•13 • Fathers: A User’s Manual offers guidance on how to discover and use your unique fathering “manual,“ and will help you develop a personal instruction book for parenting your children. For dads of all backgrounds, family situations, or values, the intention is to turn down the “noise” of conflicting advice and get to your own solutions for being the father you want to be, so that your children get the best from the single most influential man in their lives. Facilitated by Claude Soffel of the Braveheart Institute. Free. 7 PM.  FRIDAY 11•22•13 • Want to put your best face forward on your holiday photos? Susann Farrell will show you how to get rid of the red-eye, erase those extra ten pounds, and add junior to the family photo--even if he was at soccer practice when the picture was taken!  This is a hands-on program, so email yourself a photo or two--or bring them in on a USB key. 8:45 PM.


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Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to Jessica@ indyeastend.com. Don’t Rock The Beach “Don’t Rock The Beach,” a benefit for the Surfrider Foundation will take place at the Stephen Talkhouse on Friday at 7 PM with Jettykoon. Tickets are $10. Visit easternli.surfrider.org. Typhoon Relief Bay Street Theatre will host Typhoon Relief For The Philippines, a fundraising night of bands on Sunday beginning at 7 PM. Suggested donation is $25, though any and all amounts are appreciated. All ticket proceeds will be distributed to the Red Cross to aid in helping the victims of the typhoon in the Philippines. Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman and WPPB radio host Bonnie Grice will co-host the evening.  A tentative list of bands and musicians to date includes The Aqua Girls, The Vandettas, Nancy Atlas, Joe Lauro and the Who Dat Loungers, Gene Casey, and more to come. Raffle items are also being secured to help raise additional funds. Crossroads Music has agreed to help with all of the sound gear required for the evening’s entertainment, and several restaurants have already agreed to help feed the bands and crew that day. For more info visit www. baystreet.org. House & Garden Tour The East Hampton Historical Society presents its 2013 House & Garden Tour, showcasing some of the finest examples of historic and modern architecture in the Hamptons. This year’s tour – comprised of five unique homes – is scheduled for November 30 from 1 to 4:30 PM. A kick-off Cocktail Party on the evening of November 29 from 6 to 8 PM, welcomes in this year’s highly anticipated House Tour. This annual event, now in its 29th year, is traditionally held over Thanksgiving weekend, ringing in the East End holiday season. Tickets to the Opening Night Cocktail Party are $200, which includes entry to the House Tour the following day. Tickets to the selfguided 2013 East Hampton House & Garden Tour are $65 in advance and $75 on the day of the tour. All ticket proceeds benefit the East

Hampton Historical Society.  Visit www.easthamptonhistory.org or call 631-324-6850. 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.

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Thirty breeder dogs were rescued from puppy mills in Missouri and driven to New York. Twenty of the dogs are now safe at The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) and the other 10 are at the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton. After the dogs are examined by a veterinarian they will be treated for any conditions, neutered and vaccinated and then be made available for adoption. The 20 dogs at ARF are all highly popular small breeds including: Yorkshire Terriers, Coton de Tulear, Pomeranians, Shih Tzus, Toy Poodles and Maltese. Some are suffering from ailments typical of dogs from puppy mills including rotten teeth and injured feet (from living on wire floors.) Others are physically fine, but extremely shy from a lack of human contact. This is the sixth puppy mill rescue ARF has participated in this year. The dogs are transported from Missouri by a network of volunteer drivers known as the Rescue Road Warriors. ARF’s mission is to actively rescue cats and dogs, provide quality care and offer sanctuary until loving homes can be found. For more info visit www.arfhamptons.org. J.M.

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at the dirt pull-off on the east side of Abraham’s Path, 1/4 mile north of Town Lane, Amagansett at 10 AM. Meet at Ashawagh Hall in Springs at 9:45 AM for the four-miler. Also Saturday, enjoy a cranberry and dunes hike at 10 AM. Meet at the end of Napeague Harbor Road (not Napeague Meadow Road) off Rte 27.

WEDNESDAY 11•20•13 • Today’s the deadline to sign up for the Friends of the Montauk Library “Do As You Like” Bus Trip to Manhattan on December 7. The round-trip ticket is a bargain at $30, and comes at an ideal time of year to enjoy the city. Passengers will pick up the bus at the Montauk Post Office at 8:30 AM and meet the bus at the New York Public Library, 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue at 5 PM.  Payment is due at signup; no refunds unless your ticket is resold.

SUNDAY 11•24•13 • There’s open gym at the Montauk Playhouse every Sunday beginning at 8 AM. Visit HYPERLINK “http://www.ehamptonny.gov” www.ehamptonny. gov for the full schedule of offerings.

THURSDAY 11•21•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•20•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.

SATURDAY 11•23•13 • Community members are asked to “Be a Neighbor, Feed a Neighbor” during the third annual Harvest Food Drive at the East Hampton Middle School on Newtown Lane from 10 AM to 3 PM. Bring non-perishable food items, food-related gift cards, or your wallet to the school. There will be refreshments, crafts and raffles for the kids, and all donations will be distributed between the Amagansett, East Hampton, Springs, and Wainscott pantries. Donations can also be dropped off at the Springs Presbyterian Church on Old Stone Highway in Springs. • Discover the most popular seed to feed your backyard wintering birds. Explore the different types of feeders, which seed is best in each, and which birds prefer which type of feeder. Match the bird to the feeder, then to the seed. Make your own feeder to take home and brunch with your backyard birds. Meet at the Hither Hills State Park Visitor Center in Montauk. Parking is FREE. 11 AM till noon. • The Gene Makl Memorial Hike honors the past president of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Hike eight or four miles. For the eight mile hike, meet

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THURSDAY 11•21•13 • AA meetings are held at Joshua’s Place in Southampton each Thursday morning at 7:30 AM. FRIDAY 11•22•13 • The 27th annual Harvest Gospel Concert Series features the Harvest Gospel Choir and guest soloists. 8 PM Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane in Southampton. Free. SATURDAY 11•23•13 • Drawing is mark-making with South Fork Natural History Museum at 2 PM. Go out into the field and woods to search for natural materials, or human-made debris, that can turn into mark-making tools. Once the tools are created, using India ink on paper, explore their possibilities as drawing implements. Supply list will be given upon registration. There will be a SoFo materials fee of $5. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. Reservations are required for all events. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child 12-3 years of age, 2 and under free.

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Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. • The Southampton Trails Preservation Society hosts a trail clean up on Narrow Lane in Bridgehampton from 8 to 9 AM. Bring gloves. From 10 AM till noon, take a hike around Trout Pond in Noyac. Call 631-725-3942 for details.

SUNDAY 11•24•13 • “Let Us Give Thanks,” is the theme for the 10:30 AM worship service at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse, located at 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike.  In this Thanksgiving service for all ages, share in the harvest and give thanks for life’s blessings.  Child care & youth education are provided.  Hospitality and conversation follow the service. All are welcome.  • Buddhist teachings and meditation focused on how to deal with the anger, anxiety, and stress that arises in our daily life by developing a peaceful mind. The class is led by Gen Norden, a Buddhist Nun who is the resident teacher at the Vajravarhai Buddhist center in Sag Harbor. Everyone is welcome. It’s at the Vajravarhai Meditation Center, 112 Hampton Road from 10:30 AM till noon. $15. • The Children’s Museum of the East End on the Bridgehampton Turnpike evokes the fantastical sights of the bigtop on the last Sunday of every month. From 10 to 11 AM children will mix and add the batter, wait a few minutes, and watch Belgian waffles come out in amazing circus shapes. Fun for kids, delicious for everyone! $5 members/$18 non-members, which includes price of admission. MONDAY 11•25•13 • Time to get those tots all toy-ed up. Assemblyman Fred Thiele begins collecting new, unwrapped toys at his office on 2302 Main Street, Bridgehampton, Suite A. Drop them off between 9 AM and 5 PM today through December 13.

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North Fork THURSDAY 11•21•13 • The 27th annual Harvest Gospel Concert Series features the Harvest Gospel Choir and guest soloists. 8 PM at the Mattituck Presbyterian Church. Same time Saturday night at the Friendship Baptist Church in Flanders. Free. FRIDAY 11•22•13 • Tour Hallockville Museum Farm on Sound Avenue in Riverhead from noon to 4 PM, Fridays through Sundays till December. $7. SATURDAY 11•23•13 • Enjoy a fun and relaxing two-hour exploration of the woodworking style known as “Greenwoodworking.” Utilize wood straight from the log to make everyday utensils, tools and furniture in a centuries-old tradition. Workshop participants will make several handmade items and leave with a sense of accomplishment that our ancestors enjoyed as the simple chores of everyday life. Workshop fee of $35 includes instruction, materials and access to tools. Each workshop is a single two-hour class. Limited space in each workshop, ages 12 and up; advance registration is required. Hallockville Museum Farm, Sound Avenue, Riverhead. Call 631-298-5292 or email hallockv@optonline.net to register for a workshop. 10 AM till noon. • A Labyrinth Workshop will be offered from 10 AM to 4 PM, on the campus of the Grange Hall building at 5268 Sound Avenue, Northville (Riverhead). Visit three labyrinths in close proximity to one another. Light lunch will be served. Bring warm clothing, comfortable shoes, and an umbrella (if raining), and something to journal with. For more information, contact Lisa Barrow at gardens333@optonline.net or 631- 630-0626.

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Today’s Birthday: Mary Cathleen Collins, 1956 by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Good to be you this week. Planets align and things seem to fall magically into place. Enjoy the energy and embrace the new things and the love that is around you. Do tell those who love you that you love them as well and do allow yourself to receive from those very same people.   TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Okay – exhale. Don’t panic or get crazy with yourself during this week’s transits. It may be tempting, yet resist this urge. Everything is really okay and you are prepared for this moment and you can trust yourself. Just remember to breathe, let things be what they are, and then respond.   GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) You may still be fighting off those fears that began last week. Know this is a good battle to wage and you can be successful. Know that all that has led you to this place has prepared you for right now. Trust the path that has led you here and trust yourself forward.   CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Change is inevitable and now is the time to let go of what needs to be left behind. Burn the bridges behind you if you can and see how it feels to be set free! It is time. Let go or be dragged. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Be nice to yourself. That inner critic may be working overtime and you can give it a rest – please! Your ruler, the Sun, is finishing up in Scorpio, making things seem darker than they may really be. Be loving to yourself and don’t assume things are your fault without evidence. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Success is at hand, so do yourself a favor and define success for yourself. What does it really look like for you to be successful in the current situation

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and in your life overall? Define it for yourself, because it will be good if you can recognize it when it shows up.   LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) The energy is a bit heavier than usual for you, Libra, so know that it is just passing through and you don’t have to give those passing moods too much energy. Stay on point and wait out the heavy energy, you will be back to your optimistic self in short order.   SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) This does become the perfect week for you to do something that is extremely self-nurturing. Take a long bath or cook yourself a fabulous diner, or take yourself out for one. Anything that will help you feel nurtured and cared for -- that is the way to go this week. Take the time for yourself. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Home, family, children – all these things are highlighted. Know that you can take a rest if you need to. Everyone will figure out how to be, even if you aren’t around to help them. It may be time to bake some cookies and sit with a cup of tea. Try it and see how it feels. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Magic is indeed in the air this week. Energies align is such a way the something that has been an ongoing source of anxiety may find its resolve . . . in a good and magical way. This week should prove to you that you can trust your journey.   AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) The past is the past and looking back is not helpful. Sometimes it is helpful to look back so we can learn something from our choices and then make better choices in the

Mary Cathleen Collins, the classic California beach blonde, was destined to be a “Perfect 10.” Irish, French, and Dutch, she grew up on the beach in California – her father was a Hobie Cat executive. She had strong show business roots as well – her mom was a make-up artist and hairdresser for Ann -Margret, and her stepfather was the famous stuntman Bobby Bass. She fell in love with a debonair older man, John Derek, while she was still a teenager. Derek divorced his wife, the beautiful actress Linda Evans, and took Mary Cathleen to Germany to marry – she was all of 16. They returned to Hollywood two years later, and Derek set out to make Cathleen a star. He had her dye her brown hair blonde and christened her “Bo Derek.” She landed a role in Orca and then won a leading role in a new Blake Edwards project, beating out Heather Thomas and Melanie Griffith among others. The movie, starring red-hot Dudley Moore, was 10, and the picture of Bo Derek frolicking on the beach in a skimpy bathing

suit became a best selling poster worldwide. John Derek then directed his wife in Tarzan The Ape Man which was less about Tarzan and more about the flimsy outfits Jane wore (in one memorable scene she wears nothing at all). She worked sporadically for the next decade, often drawing the ire of critics, but had a role in the box office hit Tommy Boy in 1995. John Derek died in 1998. Bo Derek continues to appear on television and in an occasional film, is an animal advocate (horses), and had an ongoing relationship with John Corbett (“Sex And The City.”). She is, at 57, a knockout – indeed, a Perfect 10. future. Right now is NOT one of those times. The looking back is too susceptible to looking at the bad stuff, so keep yourself looking and moving forward.   PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) You, like Capricorn, are having a magical alignment of energies and may find yourself breathing freely for the first time in months, if not years. Embrace this magical energy and allow yourself to be led forward through the signs and wonders. Trust your magical self, no matter how weird it may seem to others.

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It would be just like Wayne’s World, “only better,” joked Alison Burke. Last week she and her sister Juliette Logie, proprietors of Simply Sublime on Springs Fireplace Road in East Hampton, lensed a cooking segment for a TV show to be shown on LTV in the coming weeks. The pair created a vegan Thanksgiving dinner featuring tofurkey with mushroom gravy, carmelized onions and carrots with vegan cheese sauce, and vegan pumpkin loaf.

“Alison has been dreaming of doing a cooking show her entire life,” Logie explained during a recent visit to Simply Sublime. (Meticulous visitors to the Indy website will recall a video of Burke demonstrating the art of cooking kitchari shot by this reporter, who’s a writer, not a filmmaker, dammit.) An interview about wellness on Michael Dickerson’s LTV talk show re-ignited an interest in doing their own show. (The interview airs this week.) They shot “Sublime Kitchen on LTV” last Thursday. The

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Tweeds Thanksgiving Guest Chef Dwayne Lewin will be preparing a special Thanksgiving feast at Tweeds in Riverhead. The cost of the three course prix fixe is $29.95 per person from 1 to 9 PM. To reserve call 631-208-3151.     La Fondita La Fondita in Amagansett announces Taco Thursdays. Every Thursday guests may order a Fondita taco dinner to go for a family of four for $30. The assemble at home meal includes: 12 handmade soft corn tortillas, one quart of your favorite filling (carne asada, carnitas, chorizo, pollo or chayote), lettuce, crema, cheese, cilantro and onions, plus one quart of rice and a pint of black beans.  An Ensalada Fondita may be added for $8.  Perfect for families on the go. In addition, La Fondita’s popular Nachos Supremo are now available prepared, assembled and ready to be cooked at home. The nachos “kit” comes with tortilla chips layered with cheese, refried beans, choice of meat or vegetable, plus pico and

crema on the side for $11.50. Meat and vegetable options include vegetariano, carne deshebrada (shredded beef), pollo (chicken), carnitas (roasted pork) and chorizo (spicy crumbled sausage).  The Nachos Supremo to go is available during all normal hours at La Fondita. La Fondita is currently open We d n e s d a y t h r o u g h S u n d a y beginning at 11:30 AM. For more information, visit www.lafondita.net or to place an order, call La Fondita at 631-267-8800.

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School News pgs. B-2, B-3

NOVEMBER 6, 2013

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Tiana Beach Revegetationpg. 13 Cedar Point Lighthouse Football pg. 12 Playoffs pg. 31

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Westhampton Arts Festival, Bay Street, Guild Hall Garden Tour, Indy’s Birthday, And More On Tap. (see Arts Section)

HONORING THOSE WHO SERVED

DETAIL, BIRTH OF BROTHERHOOD BY LANCE CORPORAL JAMES NEUBAUER JR.,  UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

Four Pages of Veteran’s Day Coverage Including Events & Parade Listings. (Pages 4, 8, 10, 11)


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