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HAIL TO THE CHEF. “The new menu at East Hampton Point is wonderful. Loved the striped bass and the fettucini with shrimp was out-of-this-world. That new chef is really good.” – Donald P. “I was crazy about the lamb meatballs and the crispy calamari was just perfect. The service was first rate too. Our waitress was so friendly and had great suggestions. – Evelyn G. “We went to a gorgeous wedding last week. So beautiful and the food was sensational. What a terrific new chef they’ve got. – Roger & Ann W. “We were spending the weekend at one of the luxurious suites at the East Hampton Point Hotel and were we surprised how fantastic the new chef ’s food is in the restaurant! Bouillabaisse in a saffron broth better than anything in Paris and my girlfriend said it was the best strip steak ever. We’re coming back! – Robert C. “I’m keeping my boat at the Point Marina this summer, service has been excellent but the restaurant really blew my mind. I always heard the place was great-looking (and it was!) but the food was a big surprise! That menu had something delicious for everyone. The Day Boat Halibut was my favorite! – Len S. “The sunset and the views were so romantic and that James Carpenter is some fantastic chef! Is he married??? – Angela W. A single female foodie

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The Wizard Of Spa and Hampton Daze Magazine hosted An Afternoon Tea At The Independent Newspaper on Saturday. Guests joined us for tea by Chambre De Sucre from The Plaza Hotel, specialty cocktails, cupcakes, lite bites, gift bags, and a red carpet. The event also featured an "Indy Snaps" photo exhibit featuring 20 years of "Indy Snaps" celebrity and event photography. There was a 50/50 raffle to benefit Walk to Defeat ALS. Gift Bags included special gifts by Me!Bath, Chambre De Sucre, Pure Cool, Nu Skin/Pharmanex, Bulgar USA and more.


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The Art Sprinter exhibition and opening reception took place on August 17 at the Water Mill Square Gallery. Thirteen artists from all over the world who were selected by the competition jury as finalists presented their best pieces for the art critics and Hamptons art lovers. During the award ceremony, Bravo TV star Amy Laurent announced three winners of the contest that received cash prizes. Above Ian Healy, Elyse Hradecky, Chris Riggs, Katya Bychkova (The Art Sprinter Founder), Nicollett Ramirez (Curator), Joseph Cavalieri, Sarah Hahn, Karen Clardy, and Mark Paulda.

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The Hampton Classic kicked off in great style on Sunday. Gov Cuomo (top). The Grand Prix tent was filled with horse lovers who dined at beautifully decorated themed tables. Dr. George & Amy Kane's tables were once again standouts - lavishly trimmed with orange roses, champagne grapes, miniature horses and baby carrots and apples to feed the live horses in the paddocks. Design diva Martha Stewart stopped by to admire the table and gave the Kanes a big thumbs up for their design and the sumptuous luncheon of seared tuna with papaya and filet of beef prepared by Chef Parker of The Canal Cafe.


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Kids Need More At Camp Quintipet By Jessica Mackin Ve r a M o o r e , F o u n d e r a n d President of Vera Moore Cosmetics joined Linda B Shapiro of LBS Productions and Natalia Saavedra on August 21 to bring special goodies to campers at Camp Quintipet on Shelter Island. Camp Quintipet opens its grounds to Kids Need More for one week each summer to create motivational recovery environments to children who have cancer and their siblings. This year, 98 girls and 63 boys attended between the ages of 6 and 24. “Our children and families at More Camp Adventure are coping with childhood cancer. The goal of our all volunteer staff is to create a safe environment for the kids to just be kids,” said Melissa Firmes, co-founder of Kids Need More. Firmes has been at the camp for 18

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years and refers to the community of people as Camp Family. “I’ve learned through heart-breaking first hand experience the way lifethreatening illnesses affects a family. When a child becomes critically ill, the entire family is changed for life.” “It was a very spiritual moment. We were empowered. The smiles on their faces and the look in their eyes said it all,” said Vera Moore who transformed all the girls into princesses with her make-up line for the New Year’s Eve themed ball that night. She continued, “The spirit of love in that room was contagious and we caught it.” After 24 years the major funder has had to make a difficult decision to stop funding the camp. Those who have been involved are determined to keep it going. For more info visit www.kidsneedmore.org. Clockwise from top left: Gina after her make up session by Vera Moore with Linda B Shapiro and Natalia Saavedra. The organization who runs the camp. Vera Moore and her daughter with David Lewis and Melissa Firmes, the camp directors and founders of Kids Need More. The date on the left is when this camper was first diagnosed and the date on the right is when she had her last treatment. Camp Adventures. Kids Need More T-Shirt. Headbands that were made for girls who don't like fake hair or just choose not to wear it.

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ASPCA ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) hosts an adoption event for local rescued animals at the 38th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show through Sunday. For more information on the Hampton Classic, please visit www. aspca.org. Rock Around The Clock Rock Around The Clock Benefit Dance with DJ Louis del Prete will take place at Riverhead Polish Hall on Friday from 8 PM to midnight. The evening benefits the Hamptons Dancers AARP Community Group, which provides free or low cost dance, movement and wellness programs for seniors, those with HIV/ AIDS, Parkinson’s and other chronic illnesses. To purchase tickets visit www.lwyf.org. Box Art Auction More than 75 of the finest artists on Long Island’s East End have again created memorable art boxes for an auction benefiting the East End Hospice. The 13th Annual Box Art Auction will take place on September 7 at the Ross School Center for WellBeing on Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton. The silent auction will begin at 4:30 PM with a live auction at 6 PM. All proceeds will benefit East End Hospice, which provides care for terminally ill patients, their families and loved ones living on the North and South Forks of Long Island, including the Eastern Suffolk County townships of Brookhaven. The Box Art Auction is East End Hospice’s only summer event in East Hampton. Admission to the September 7 benefit auction is $75, which includes wine and hors d’oeuvres. The public is invited to a free preview “Meet the Artists” reception at Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton (18 James Lane) tonight from 5 to 7 PM. Prior to the auction, the boxes will be on view at Hoie Hall on tonight and tomorrow from 10 AM to 4 PM. For additional infor mation, contact: Theresa Murphy at the East End Hospice, 631-288-7080 or via email at tmurphy@eeh.org. Late Summer Cocktail Party Southampton Historical Museum and Research Center present a Late Summer Cocktail Party at the Rogers Mansion on September 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. This twilight party is sponsored by Marge Sullivan and Peter Hallock. Feast on hors d’oeuvres

by Schmidt’s Market and drink from an open bar to celebrate the end of summer on the lawn of the 1843 Rogers Mansion. $50 members, $60 non-members. To RSVP call 631-283-2494.

Dominican Sisters Golf Dominican Sisters Family Health Service is having its 12th annual Benefit Golf Outing on September 9 at the Atlantic Country Club in Bridgehampton. The program begins at 10 AM with registration and brunch. Noon shotgun start.  At 5 PM there will be an awards reception with food and drinks, Jet Blue challenge grand prize drawing and $10,000 Cash raffle drawing, raffle prizes and hole-in-one contest. The cost is $700 per golfer to benefit Dominican Sisters Family Health Service. For Reservations call 631-728-0937. North Fork Garden The Longhouse presents a North Fork Garden Tour on September 12 at the home of Dennis Schrader and Bill Smith and a winery tour of the Shinn Estate Vineyards. The cost is $75 and $60 for Longhouse members. For tickets call Joanne Sohn 631-329-3568. Montauk Food Pantry On September 15 Montauk residents Leyla Marchetto and Sheila Rooney, together with the help of Maureen Rutkowski and Montauk Youth, are hosting the second annual 5K around Fort Pond to benefit the Montauk Food Pantry. Registration for this year’s event will open at 7:30 AM (rain or shine) with a start

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Crazy Monkey The Crazy Monkey Galler y features the art of Barbara Bilotta, winner of the 2013 Art Competition through September 29. A reception will be held on Saturday from 5 to 7 PM. Visit www. thecrazymonkeygallery.com. Westhampton Festival Westhampton Festival of the Arts will be held in Westhampton Beach on Saturday and Sunday.  

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Vered Gallery Vered Gallery is celebrating 100 years of American Modernism 1913 – 2013. Highlights include major oils by John Graham, Marsden Hartley, Milton Avery, and works on paper by Oscar Bluemner, Charles Sheeler, Alvin Langdon Coburn and  vintage photography by Alvin Langdon Coburn, Man Ray and Alexander Rodchencko, and furniture by Carlo Bugatti. The show runs through September 12. tête a tête” “tête a tête” curated by Mickalene Thomas is open at QF Gallery in East Hampton. The show features a group exhibition of work by Nina Chanel Abney, Derrick Adams, Zachary Fabri, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Deana Lawson, Nicole Miller, Zanele

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Parrish Road Show Parrish Road Show, an off-site creative summer series that presents artist-driven programming at different East End locations, launched with installations by Sydney Albertini and Almond Zigmund. Albertini’s project, “And Also, I Have No Idea” will be on view through Monday, at the John Little Studio at Duck Creek Edwards Farm in Springs. The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum will host Almond Zigmund’s “Interruptions Repeated” through September 10. Admission to both installations is free. Visit www.parrishart.org. Megan Euell Megan Euell will have a solo show of paintings from The Hamptons, Italy and Switzerland at The 1708 House in Southampton. The show runs through September 15.

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N o t once, but twice funnyman Robin Williams has portrayed the president of the United States. Seven years back he charged across the screen as Theodore Roosevelt in A Night at the Museum. Now, he can be seen taking up residency at the White House as Dwight D. Eisenhower in Lee Daniels’ The Butler. Recounting the true-life story of Eugene Allan, who served a succession of Commander-in-Chiefs for three decades, The Butler offers a sweeping look at the Civil Rights Movement and the changes made by the occupants of the Oval Office. In excellent company, Forest Whitaker plays the title role with Oprah Winfrey cast as his wife. Appearing in key roles are Cuba Gooding Jr., Vanessa Redgrave, Alan Rickman, Terrence Howard and John Cusack. Even the 61-year-old unusually somber actor notes, “It was an interesting character for me and a tough job, one most people wouldn’t expect to see me in. Eisenhower had a quiet strength and quiet ego among a group of people with large egos.” “What amazes me about the movie was what took place in history just 50 years ago. People have forgotten just how intense, violent and provocative it was,” Williams remarked. This is a milestone year, states the Oscar recipient (Good Will Hunting). Come September 29 Williams makes his return to the small screen in “We Are Crazy” on CBS (9 PM). The workplace comedy casts him as Simon Roberts, the head of an advertising agency, with “Buffy’s” Sarah Michelle Gellar playing his daughter. The father of three concedes that the onscreen parental bonding reflects to a degree his relationships with his own offspring. “Yeah, they were always the toughest audience. They’d be like, ‘Don’t do that, Dad.’ Right now, I realize I’ve got years of therapy to deal with this. Sarah’s character is a bit like a combination of my son and my daughter – understanding, but at the same time tough,” he said. The series also incorporates a hearty dose of anecdotes from Williams’ real life – rehab, divorce, plus a rocky past with his mother. He added, “I like the idea that he’s had a kind of interesting life, to say the least, just like myself. I went to rehab in wine country just to

keep my options open.“ “Finally, it’s great to have a steady gig,” exclaimed Williams. “The last time I was on TV, wired meant a gram and a bottle of Jack Daniels,” the Julliard-trained actor interjected. Thirty-one years have passed since Williams last donned the red suit of space alien “Mork” for four seasons beginning in 1978. Actually, “Mork & Mindy” was a spinoff from Williams’ appearance on Garry Marshall’s “Happy Days.” The show’s writers were savvy enough to leave extra time for Williams’ laugh infused improvisations. Williams hasn’t exactly been idle during the interim. He garnered Golden Globes for 1987’s Good

Morning, Vietnam, 1991’s The Fisher King, and 1993’s Mrs. Doubtfire, along with a Special Achievement Award in 1992 for voicing the Genie in Aladdin. He also amassed half a dozen Grammys for Best Comedy Recordings, plus a Best Spoken World Album. Not to be overlooked were his visits to the Great White Way, first headlining his own one-man show during July 2002, along with sharing co-star billing with Steve Martin in Waiting for Godot. David E. Kelly, creator/executive producer of “We Are Crazy,” knew he’d have a challenge tampering Williams’ natural instincts, but they’ve managed to reach a compatible

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balance. Kelly explained during the Television Critics Association in Beverly Hills, “He’s pretty much word perfect. He manages inside the box, gets the box down, and then we give him a few takes where he gets to break out of it.” What makes Williams happy these days? Without hesitation, he replied, “My family, work, being around (having survived heart surgery in 2009), and creating. Like, when I’m not shooting ‘We Are Crazy,’ I get to do something called ‘Set List’ once in awhile. It’s like an improv show where you get seven suggestions and you put together an improvised set like a standup comedy set. That’s a joy. That’s like – I was going to say freebasing. Ix-nay.” After a momentary pause, Williams gives a straight answer, “Riding a bike is one of my happiest moments.” A fan of professional road cycling, he owns more than 50 bicycles.


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Gurney’s Inn The summer beach concert series, held every Tuesday at sunset, features Planet Groove. The Stephen Talkhouse T h e S t e p h e n Ta l k h o u s e i n Amagansett has a jam-packed lineup for Labor Day weekend. Tomorrow night at 8 PM, it’s Southside Johnny & The Poor Fools, with Hot Lava at 10 PM. On Friday, it’s Bakithi Kumalo & Band at 8 PM. Saturday sees GLOVE take the stage at 8 PM, with Jessie’s Girl playing at 10 PM. The party keeps going Sunday with Amy Helm at 7 PM. Check their website for the week’s full line-up and ticket prices. SL East The Thursday night party at SL East in East Hampton takes place every week starting at 10 PM. Open bar from 10 to 11 PM and half price drinks and bottles all night. Navy Beach Navy Beach in Montauk hosts

One Love á La Plage Sundays featuring live music by Winston Irie at 5 PM. Summer sunset sets are offered every Sunday.

Wolffer Sunset Fridays and Saturdays are at 5 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards wine stand in Sagaponack. Enjoy live music and wine. La Superica Two for one frozen margaritas are now available every Tuesday. Wednesday is 2 for 1 Mount Gay Rum mixed drinks. Enjoy Rum Punch and Mexican favorites. 631-7253388. Georgica Come in for happy hour every Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM at Georgica Restaurant & Lounge in Wainscott. Enjoy $1 oysters, $29 three-course prix-fix dinner, half priced bottles of wine, $5 drinks at the bar, and live music. East Hampton Point East Hampton Point presents music on the deck Sunday and

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Trata Start the weekend off right, with happy hour every Thursday, at Trata Restaurant & Lounge, 1020 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. Fifty percent off all the drinks, and the bar menu! For more info call 631-726-6200. 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. The Montauket Enjoy the best sunset on the East End and acoustic groove rock with Jetty Koon 6 PM. No cover. The Montauket is located on Firestone Drive. Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday in the taproom with music by DJ Brian at 9:30 PM. Includes $3 drafts, wine and Absolut specials. Summer ’13 Hamptons Employees Night starts at 10 PM Thursdays and features $3 drafts and $5 Absolut cocktails. On

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Suffolk Theater The Suffolk Theater presents Dueling Pianos on Friday at 9 PM. The Suffolk Theater is located on East Main Street in Riverhead. For more info and ticket prices, contact the theater at 631-727-4343 or visit www.suffolktheater.com. Highway Diner The Hamptons Weekend Preview (variety showcase) kicks it each Friday from 5 to 7 PM at the Highway Diner in Wainscott. It’s sponsored by Crossroads Music with give-aways provided by Innersleeve Records... no cover! Be sure to sign up for email blasts announcing each week’s artists when you stop by. Swallow East There’s nothing like music on the deck at one of Montauk’s newest favorites. Check out reggae sunsets every Sunday. And friend them on Facebook to learn about other live music throughout the week. Beach Huts The Beach Hut at Meschutt Beach in Hampton Bays offers live music almost every night, plus a Friday night classic car cruise. Show off your special ride. Every Wednesday, get your salsa on with Mambo Loco. The Beach Hut at Cupsogue Beach on Dune Road Westhampton features Uppercut on Friday night and Rapidfire on Sunday. Cross Eyed Clam Big Wednesdays at this West Lake Drive bar and grill in Montauk celebrate all things surf with Montauk top three DJs, $3 beer and drinks, plus shot specials all night. Sole East Acoustic groove rock is yours to be had poolside Friday night at 8 PM. Sole East is located on Second House Road in Montauk.

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Film SummerDocs The Hamptons International Film Festival presents SummerDocs with a screening of The Short Game at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday at 8 PM. Hosted by Alec Baldwin. Visit www.guildhall.org.

Music Taj Mahal Trio Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Taj Mahal Trio with special guest Bettye Lavette on Saturday at 8 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org. Jazz en Plein Air The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents Jazz en Plein Air featuring Hendrik Meurkens Samba Jazz Quartet on Friday from 5 to 8 PM. Visit www.parrishart.org. Patti Smith Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Patti Smith: Words and

Music on Sunday at 8 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org.

Theatre A Funny Thing Happened Broadway producer and Sag Harbor community local Stewart Lane has been cast as Eronius in Bay Street Theatre’s presentation of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, running through September 1. The show stars Peter Scolari with Conrad John Schuck and Jackie Hoffman. Tickets are $67.50, $77.50 and $79.50. For more information call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 or buy online at www.baystreet.org.

Words Country Of Kings Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Countr y Of Kings a stage memoir by Lemon Andersen tomorrow at 8 PM. Visit www. guildhall.org.

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drug dealer in the history of drug dealing is descending on a small border town and he’s bringing hell with him – an army of thugs. The only thing stopping them is the sheriff, a disgraced former LAPD detective: and his name is Ahnold. Enough said. Actually Schwarzenegger is, well, Schwarzenegger, and that still counts for something.

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Lee Daniels’ The Butler (PG-13) As was the case with Precious, Daniels’ unabashedly directs with one eye on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts. In other words, he’s pandering for Oscar nominations, and it hurts his work. Fortunately, Forest Whitaker rescues some heavy-handed direction with an extraordinary performance that somehow cuts through the selfrighteousness that runs rampant through this film. If you don’t know by now, it’s about a White House butler who served eight American presidents. The script is short on historical facts and long on pap but the cast is superb, even Robin Williams playing Ike. Watch for Jane Fonda channeling Nancy Reagan. Yes, there will be Oscar nominations – this kind of Hollywood liberal schlockfest always manages to find an all-too winning champion. You’re Next (R) You think you’ve seen every conceivable twist and turn imaginable in your standard home invasion movie? Think again – this suspense/action/horror flick will rock your world. It’s what passes for a date movie nowadays – sit up in the last row of the balcony and enjoy. Jobs (PG-13) This overblown bio of the visionary co-founder of Apple seems bent on casting Steve

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Jobs as some sort of mythical figure. Guess what? He died, just like the rest of us. Ashton Kutcher, in the title role, isn’t convincing – OK, he’s an embarrassment. Josh Gad is a caricature of Steve Wozniak, Job’s partner. Joshua Michael Stern, the director, paints a patronizing portrait, pandering to the Applegooks and probably, Job’s family. It’s a bomb. The Weekend (NR) Brian Avers (Julie & Julia) takes a group of relatively unknown actors upstate for a weekend retreat and films the experience in real-time. The actors, literally, are the scriptwriters. It’s an interesting twist on the standard romantic comedy genre, but it is laborious at times and seems forced at others. We’re The Millers (R) Wait a minute – could this be a “comedy” starring Jennifer Aniston that doesn’t suck? Yes, it is. Credit Jason Sudeikis, who is irresistibly funny as a smalltime pot dealer. When things go horribly awry, he agrees to smuggle drugs – and invents an “instant family” as a cover. That’s where our Jen, a stripper who lives next door, comes in, and yes, she is terrific in the role. It’s the comedy hit of the summer – who knew? Lovelace (R) First of all, how could it be rated R? Deep Throat was a phenomenon when it hit theaters in 1972, a porn movie that was scripted, well made, and of course, extremely graphic. This is the story of its star, ably played by Amanda Seyfried. Peter Sarsgaard is excellent as “the director” who discovered her, and Chris Noth and Sharon Stone both are effective in supporting roles. Linda Susan Boreman Marchiano, the aforementioned porn star, ended up living in Center Moriches and raised a family there. BTW She died in 2002 and was a crusader against pornography for much of her life. This is, surprisingly, a good film. Yes, it’s a bit over the top, but it’s worth a look.

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LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Change is indeed in the air and you will need to give yourself permission to lean in to the change. Resisting will only delay your ability to get to where you want to go and have what you want to have. This is a time where you can have change without crisis,

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by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Wo n de r f u l we e k t o d o s o me productive physical things. Build something, move something, go for a walk or a run, just use your body and accomplish something. It will feel so good to get things done and the energy is available to accomplish much. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Your serious side will most likely not serve you this week. It will be an indication that your ego is invested in something if you get all serious and bent out of shape. Is it something that your ego needs to be concerned about? If not let it go!   GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Focus is everything this week. There is too much energy on the mental plane and you will need to make sure you do not use it against yourself. Know your moods are connected to what you are thinking about and if you change your mind you will change your feelings.   CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Take the time to feel your power this week. You have the final say about who you shall be and what leading is all about. Do not fear additional responsibility. Take charge and if you cannot and it is someone else’s turn then allow them to have the lead, your power will still not be compromised.

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so embrace it. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) This is the week for you to put what you believe in to action. Walk your talk as they say. If you believe in honor and truth then stay in the truth and do the honorable thing. Just because someone else is being less honorable doesn’t mean you should lower yourself to their level. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Venus is in your sign and this is a great week for you to go with the flow and allow the beauty to unfold in front of you. It should be a lovely week, so take the time to smell the flowers and feel the grace and share it with the rest of us.   SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Stand still. Great week to just stand still for a moment and feel how far you have come and take a beat before you go off on your next quest. Breathe and really do take the moment to just be and feel where you are, there has never been a better time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Time to come back to yourself and check in with your feelings and perhaps do nothing for a while. Feelings must lead, yet if you can choose not to think, act or do anything that will be the better choice. Be. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Time to lighten up and play a little. I know it may not come naturally for you to just go play, yet this week is your chance to embrace your inner child and do some skipping. It is hard to be heavy hearted if you are skipping! Touch it all lightly.  

Jack Black didn’t have to reach too deep into the well to channel a rock guitar player in School of Rock – he is very much like the wild man he portrayed in the movie, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination. In fact, his rock band, Tenacious D, has developed a following and performs regularly. But it’s his acting roles that bring in the bacon – he’s had featured roles in Nacho Libre, Tropic Thunder, Kung Fu Panda, and was the romantic lead opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in Shallow Hal. Black’s parents were both engineers who worked on the Hubble Telescope. As a child growing up in California, he rebelled against traditional education and instead landed steady work in the entertainment world, working on the video game “Pitfall” at the age of 13 and then landing gigs on televisions shows like “Northern Exposure” and “The X-Files.” He segued effortlessly into films, landing roles in Demolition, The Fan, The Jackal and many others. His role as the crazy record store employee in John Cusack’s High Fidelity made him a star. Perhaps his finest performance was as Bernie Tiede, the real-life story of a funeral director who befriends and kills a widow and hides her body afterwards. His subdued portrayal of Tiede, which included performances of several gospel hymns, created an Oscar buzz. Though a nomination was not forthcoming, Black earned Golden Globe and New York Film Circle nominations for Best Actor. In real life Black is married to the daughter of a jazz musician, Tanya Haden. They have a son, Sammy, who is seven. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Time to negotiate a bit and for the best results you will need to stay detached from the outcome of things. You will need to tell the truth and show up and pay attention yet if you are too attached to the outcome you may pull your punches and not say the whole truth. Staying detached from the outcome should be easier for you. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Magic is in the air and that is just perfect for you Pisces. These moments when you can see the amazing workings of the Universe are quite frankly what you live for. So look around and see the wonder of it all and remember always that magic

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Montauk Library 631-668-3377 WEDNESDAY 9•4•13 • The Suffolk County Senior Advocate will be on hand from 1:30 to 3 PM. Seniors may gather info or receive assistance with such services as Medicare, food stamps, and federal, state and county programs. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 THURSDAY 8•29•13 • Kids aged seven and up can take a balloon twisting workshop with Jester Jim from 2 to 2:45 PM. Sign-up required. SATURDAY 8•31•13 • The Great Gatsby screens from 1 to 3:30 PM. Register at the reference desk. TUESDAY 9•3•13 • Adults enjoy an E-reader workshop from 2 to 4 PM. Call to register. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 8•31•13 • Back to school story time and craft for kids and families. 3:30 to 4:30 PM.

Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 THURSDAY 8•29•13 • It’s a Toy Story marathon from 10 AM to 12:30 PM. SUNDAY 9•1•13 • Closed today and Labor Day. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 • The summer blockbuster series continues with a showing of Marvel’s The Avengers at 2 PM. SATURDAY 8•31•13 • Book sale every Saturday and Wednesday 9 AM to 2 PM. MONDAY 8•2•13 • It’s Labor Day. Nobody’s open, nobody’s working except Indy staff. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 THURSDAY 8•29•13 • A Threat Assessment presentation and discussion will be held at 6 PM. Call to reserve your seat. SUNDAY 9•1•13 • John Howard discusses his memoir Rock My World at 3 PM.

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The Usual Suspects Lead List Of Oscar Hopefuls By Miles X. Logan And the winner is . . . George Clooney. George Clooney. George Clooney. Is there an echo in here? Actually, no. It’s just that the actor/ producer/director has a lot of coals on the fire, to put it mildly. Clooney took a statue home last year – he was a producer of the Best Picture, Argo. This year he has a piece of the adaption of Tracy Letts Pulitzer Prize-winning play August: Osage County, which has generated a healthy Oscar buzz already. But that’s small potatoes for Clooney. Consider his work on The Monument Men – he co-produces it, co-wrote it, directs it, AND stars in it. Hell, even if it stinks he’s bound to get a little Oscar love for something. He also stars in Gravity, a 3-D space thriller, opposite Sandra Bullock, another Oscar winner. Those are but a few of the scores of films slated for release in the next

three or so months, all the better to be fresh in the minds of voters when the Oscar ballots are mailed out. O s a g e C o u n t y, a b o u t a dysfunctional family in Oklahoma, has the kind of cast assembled with the Academy Awards in mind – did we mention Meryl Streep? Add Julia Roberts, Chris Cooper, and Ewan McGregor to the mix and the film, directed by John Wells, looks like a formidable contender: hey, did we mention Meryl Streep? David O. Russell previously scored with The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook. This time around his American Hustle, not coincidentally featuring a star from each of those movies, debuts amidst rave reviews. Pencil in Bradley Cooper and Christian Bale as contenders. Martin Scorcese looks for another statue with The Wolf of Wall Street starring his muse, Leonardo DiCaprio. Leo also deserves to be

in the Best Actor conversation for his tragically overlooked work in The Great Gatsby. Tom Hanks is mining for more Oscar gold. He has the title role in the very topical Captain Phillips, a tanker captain held by Somalian pirates. He’s also being talked up for his role in Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks. Other films on the short list for Oscar nominations are: Lee Daniels’ The Butler, All is Lost, and Foxcatcher. The Best Actor race is shaping up as a doozy. Besides the blue bloods mentioned above, such film royalty as Robert Redford (All is Lost) Forest Whitaker (The Butler) and Bruce Dern (Nebraska) are in the mix – and don’t count out Matthew McConaughey, who is said to do excellent work in Dallas Buyers Club. As for the Best Actress statue – did we mention Meryl Streep? Well, if Nicole Kidman’s Grace Of Monaco is released on time, she could give Streep a run for her money. Cate Blanchett, Woody Allen’s choice for the female lead in his Blue Jasmine, is always a contender. (Allen, by the way, might get yet another Screenwriting Oscar.) Then there is Oscar winner Kate Winslet, back in the mix for her work in Labor Day.

Roberts, and Amy Adams (Hustle) are both Academy favorites; either or both could snare nominations. There are plenty of big names looking for supporting actor nods, including Alec Baldwin, Josh Brolin, and Michael Fassbender. Best Supporting Actress favorites include Carey Mulligan, who is featured prominently in the new Coen Brothers movie Inside Llewyn Davis and Cameron Diaz. Oprah will have her PR staff churning overtime to get a mention – she’s in The Butler. Of course, the Academy Awards aren’t only about big names – the Academy prides itself on recognizing outstanding work by emerging artists as well as veteran character actors. Michael B. Jordan, in Fruitvale Station, has earned rave reviews. And if Margo Martindale (Osage) is one of those veteran actresses who managed to be overlooked during her long career of excellent performances, young Lupita Nyong’o, a complete unknown, shines in Twelve years A Slave and may impress voters. The big name films will start appearing in theaters right after the holiday weekend — it’s good to be a film junkie this time of the year.

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Southampton THURSDAY 8•29•13 • AA meetings are held at Joshua’s Place in Southampton each Thursday morning at 7:30 AM. • Free concerts at the gazebo are offered in Westhampton Beach every Thursday. 7:30 PM. This week the North Shore Pops perform. FRIDAY 8•30•13 • Every Friday the Hampton Library hosts outdoor art from 11 AM to noon. Let your creative juices flow in the shade of the old oak tree. Call to register. • The Hayground School in Bridgehampton has a farmers market every Friday from 3 to 6 PM. • The 67th annual Shinnecock Indian Powwow kicks off at 3 PM. With more than 100 tribes represented, the Powow runs through Monday, with the grounds opening Saturday, Sunday, and Monday mornings at 10 AM. Admission: $15.

SUNDAY 9•1•13 • The Southampton Chamber of Commerce hosts a farmers market each week from 9 AM to 2 PM on the west side grounds of the Southampton Center on Jobs Lane in the village. • Join fisherman Al “Big Time” Daniels, as he sweeps his seining net through the near-shore waters of Noyac Bay and brings in a variety of marine animals -— small fish, scallops, crabs, and maybe even a turtle —- to surprise and delight you. This is an excellent adventure for the whole family hosted by the South Fork Natural History Museum. Reservations are required. Participants must call 631-537-9735 for information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child 12 to three years of age, two and under free. 1 PM.

SATURDAY 8•31•13 • Don’t miss the annual Westhampton Festival of the Arts today and tomorrow on the Great Lawn on Main Street in Westhampton Beach. Today 10 AM to 6 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM. Admission is free. Check out last week’s Indy online for a feature about this nationally-ranked fine art festival. • Journalist and commentator Leigh Gallagher, a frequent guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and NPR’s “Marketplace” presents “The End of the Suburbs: Where the American Dream Is Moving” at Canio’s Books on Main Street in Sag Harbor. 5 PM. • Farmers markets are held in Sag Harbor, behind the Breakwater Yacht Club, and Westhampton, in the village parking lot off Mill Road, every Saturday. Both run from 9 AM to 1 PM. • A Fine Art & Craft Show sponsored by the South Fork Craftsmen’s Guild featuring fine art and artisans from the East End, including painting, photography, furniture, jewelry, wood carvings and many other categories will be held from 10 AM to 6 PM at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, Montauk Highway,

WEDNESDAY 9•4•13 • Nicotine Anonymous meets weekly at 6 PM at the Westhampton Presbyterian Church. • Knitters, from beginners to advanced, meet at the Rogers Mansion on Meeting House Lane in Southampton to share techniques and local gossip. Come for instruction or just to have fun. Every Wednesday at 2 PM. The fee is $5 per session.

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FRIDAY 8•30•13 • Take a bird walk with Joe Giunta, birding instructor from the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, at Quail Hill Farm on Deep Lane in Amagansett from 9 to 11 AM. Call to reserve a spot. 631-283-3195. SATURDAY 8•31•13 • Enjoy an Accabonac Harbor Paddle. Meet Mike Bottini at Landing Lane in Springs at 9 AM. Call 631267-5228 with questions. • Hike Buckskill Preserve at 9 AM. Meet on Route 114 several yards from the intersection with Stephen Hands Path. Park opposite the farm stand to avoid crossing the highway. Phone 631-324-9389 for details. • The annual Lions Club Craft Fair is held on the green in Montauk 10 AM to 6 PM today and Sunday. • The Women’s Guild of the Montauk Community Church holds its last rummage sale of the season and almost everything is half price. SUNDAY 9•1•13 • Chabad of East Hampton hosts a Backyard BBQ. 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Call 631-329-5800 to learn more. • Take a Hither Woods exercise hike through the woods to a bluff top view of Fort Pond Bay with Rick Whalen of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. 8:30 AM. Four fast miles. Call 631-275-8539.

North Fork SATURDAY 8•31•13 • A farmers market is held on the grounds of Havens House Museum on Shelter Island each week from 9 AM to 12:30 PM. • The 24th annual Boy Scout Car Show runs from 9 AM to 5 PM at the Peconic Lane School in Peconic. Check out antique, steam, classic, collector, street rod, custom cars and trucks. Presented by Troop 6. General admission is $5, kids under 12 admitted free. • The Roanoke Lodge on Roanoke Avenue in Riverhead plays host to a tag sale from 10 AM to 2 PM. SUNDAY 9•1•13 • First Parish Church on Sound Avenue in Northville hosts a food drive each Sunday from 10:30 AM to noon.

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$1695.00 + tax 20 x 40 for 16 weeks starting at $1995.00 + tax

In-Ground Pool Openings/Closings starting at $175 Weekly Vacuuming $65/Bi-Weekly Vacuuming $85

(631) 682-6379 www.sunrisepoolserviceLI.com


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Open $2035 $980 $585 $295 $160 $95

Ad Rates 15x’s $1545 $775 $480 $240 $140 $80

To advertise your fine dining establishment call

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Peach & Mango Smoothie Ingredients (serves 4) 2 mangos (peeled & cut off the pit) 3 peaches (cut off the pit) ½ lemon (juiced) 1 c almond milk 6 ice cubes

Method Once the ingredients have been prepared, place them all in a blender cup and blend on high until smooth.

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Brewery Grill Taproom Open Year Round Personal Lunch Combos 2-4-1 Tuesdays: Two for one entrees, 5-10pm Weekend Brunch 

Private Taproom

7 EN OP YS DA NCH U R RL FO DINNE R O

Take-Away Menu & Party Trays

www.publick.com Open Year Round

40 Bowden Square 631-283-2800

CHEN’S GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT

Take-out & Free Delivery (Min. $15) SZECHUAN & CANTONESE SPECIALTIES

PURCHASE OVER:

No MSG $15.00 FREE Egg Roll $25.00 FREE Quart of Soup $35.00 FREE Order of Dumplings $50.00 FREE Order of Sesame cken Chicken

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MONDAY

Special Events

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TWIN LOBSTER NIGHT Two 1 lb. Lobsters, Potato & Corn Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm $5 Margaritas $4 Corona Lights Live Music with Jimmy Maz

WEEKLY SPECIALS TUESDAY

CLAM BAKE NIGHT 1 lb. Lobster, Baked Clam, Steamed Mussels, Potato & Corn Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm $3 Bud Lights Live Music with Rattlesnake Dawn

FRIDAY

WORLD FAMOUS HAPPY HOUR 4PM-7PM $4 CORONA & CORONA LIGHTS (The 1st 100 customers receive 1 Free Corona)

COORS LIGHT SPECIAL 9-11PM “BEAT THE CLOCK” LOBSTER SPECIAL Two 1 lb. Lobsters, Potato & Corn

329-3232

478 Montauk Hwy. (Next To Dutch Motel) East Hampton

WEDNESDAY TWIN LOBSTER NIGHT Two 1 lb. Lobsters, Potato & Corn

CAT ALL CH T CU HE AC P TIO N

THURSDAY CLAM BAKE NIGHT

1 lb. Lobster, Baked Clam, Steamed Mussels, Potato & Corn

Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm $4 Corona Lights $4 Miller Lites Live Music with Live Music with Steve Fredricks Joe Allegue

SATURDAY: COME WATCH THE BOAT PARADE HAPPY HOUR 12-7PM 12-4PM $4 SAM ADAMS DRAFT & BOTTLE 4-7PM $3 BUD LIGHTS

5-6pm 6-7pm 7-11pm Live Music 6:30-9:30pm / DJ SOCO

FREE LIVE MUSIC DAILY

LIVE MUSIC 6:30-9:30PM SUNDAY IS FUNDAY!!! SUNDAY BRUNCH 12-3PM TWIN LOBSTER NIGHT Two 1 lb. Lobsters, Potato & Corn HAPPY HOUR 4-7PM • $3 MILLER LITES

LIVE MUSIC: BRIAN & EDDIE 3:30-6:30PM NEW LIFE CRISIS 6:30-9:30PM DJ SOCO

Come by Car or Boat • Available for Private Parties and Weddings

Still serving the best Italian food and garlic rolls since 1973

Sundays serving lunch and brunch from 12:00 to 3:00 Serving dinner menu all day Sunday prix-fixe, three course $24.95 all day Award winning complimentary garlic rolls Fresh local seafood and delicious salads Outdoor Dining Reservations four or more Gluten-Free Menu Available Private Rooms for Parties Open 7 Nights at 5:30 for Dinner 30 MADISON STREET, SAG HARBOR, NY • 631-725-2747


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Instagram Shot TONY’S ASIAN FUSION By Jessica Mackin YOGU

Frozen RT EXPRES Yogurt S Now Av & Ice Cream a il a b le in Hampto n Bays Locatio n

ecial Happy Hour Saprtinis

All sushi & M pm to 5pm 1/2 price from 3

Hibachi Birthdays

Birthday entree on the house w/4 people or more 337 Montauk Highway East Quogue

631-728-8850

www.TonysAsianFusion.com

Visit Our Locations Cupcakes and tea from The Independent's Afternoon Tea.

Java Nation Hamptons Kona Connection

Tony’s Fusion West Westhampton Beach 288.8880

Tony’s Fusion Express Hampton Bays 728.1799

Tony’s Sushi II E. Moriches 878.9575

Tony’s Fusion Mattituck 298.2158

OLD STONE MARKET the little store with the big selection Breakfast , Lunch, and Dinner.

Our customers tell us our heat and serve

dinners are one of the best kept secrets in East Hampton

Catering from the simple to the sublime from pick-up platters to full service in home catering

We have a full selection of products from

everyday necessities to gourmet delicacies

to gluten free snacks and food including an amazing assortment of beers, everything

from Dogfish Head beers to our own New York State Genessee Ale.

112 Maple Lane, Bridgehampton

631.725.0500

472 Old Stone Highway Corner of Neck Path and Old Stone Highway Open 7 Days a week 6:30am to 8pm

267-6244


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NEW MOON Established CAFE www.nmcafe.com 1978

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• Dinner served nightly at

5:00 pm • Saturday Lunch at Noon • Sunday Brunch at Noon • Daily 5:00pm Happy Hours

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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 View our Pic Paper edition at

27 front st., greenport, ny 11944 www.thefriskyoyster.com 631.477.4265

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www.hamptondaze.com Cliff’s Elbow Room, Cliff’s Elbow Too! and Cliff’s Rendezvous New York Shell Steak Porterhouse Steak Filet Mignon Marinated in Cliff’s Special Sauce, then Broiled to your taste

s k a e t S t Bes ! n w In To

Cliff’s Elbow Room 1549 Main Road, Jamesport

722-3292

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Cliff’s Elbow Too!

Cliff’s Rendezvous

298-3262

727-6880

1085 Franklinville Road, Laurel LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

facebook.com/cliffselbowroom

313 E. Main Street Riverhead

www.cliffsrendezvous.com

CHEN’S GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT

Take-out & Free Delivery (Min. $15) SZECHUAN & CANTONESE SPECIALTIES

PURCHASE OVER:

No MSG $15.00 FREE Egg Roll $25.00 FREE Quart of Soup $35.00 FREE Order of Dumplings $50.00 FREE Order of Sesame cken Chicken

329-0333

329-3232

478 Montauk Hwy. (Next To Dutch Motel) East Hampton Located on the Atlantic Ocean in Westhampton Beach, Saltwater Grill offers delicious food, fantastic drinks and unparalleled views of the ocean’s surf.

Lunch * Dinner * Cocktails

Open Friday June 21st Full time til Labor Day (631) 288-1485 (In the Dune Deck Hotel) www.SaltwaterGrillwhb.com Dune Road’s Only Oceanfront Restaurant


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Prime Meats • Groceries Produce • Take-Out Fried Chicken • BBQ Ribs Sandwiches • Salads Party Platters and 6ft. Heroes Beer, Ice, Soda

Compiled By Jessica Mackin The Bell & Anchor The Bell & Anchor in Sag Harbor offers a two and three course prix-fixe menu Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 PM to close, and Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. The two-course menu is $30 per person, and the three-course menu is $35 per person. Call 631-724-3400. North Fork Table North Fork Table and Inn in Southold hosts the first ever Farmers Market at The North Fork Table and Inn every Friday from 8 to 11 AM. Visitors are invited to browse

produce and other provisions from local vendors throughout the summer season. Call 631-765-0177.

Noah’s N o a h ’s i n G r e e n p o r t i s celebrating Harvest season with a Wine Makers’ Dinner Series every Sunday at 5:30 PM beginning on September 8. A different vineyard will be featured each week and representative from the vineyard will be present to discuss the wine pairings throughout the meal. Call 631-477-6720.

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Open 7 Days a Week

Chinatown Restaurant Delicious Chinese Food Take-Out

DELIVERY ($15 Minimum) OPEN DAILY 324-1999 • 324-1908

66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 www.chinatowneasthampton.com SUSHI AVAILABLE

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Featuring all your favorite dishes & items as our sister restaurant

SIZE Full 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/16 1/32

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Open 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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