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We took a late summer sunset sail with Sail Montauk on Saturday. The two hour trip took us from the Sail Montauk slip at the Montauk Yacht Club, through Lake Montauk and out into Block Island Sound.

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Sibyl Santiago, Executive Director & Head of Marketing for the SOHO Film Festival, organized a birthday party for SAG Casting Director, Donna McKenna, on August 31 at the Empire Hotel Rooftop in New York City. Friends in the industry including actors, directors, producers,filmmakers, and award winners from past film festivals attended this event. Many will be attending the Hamptons International Film Festival this October.

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North Fork Garden The Longhouse presents a North Fork Garden Tour tomorrow 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 631329-3568. Fall Festival The 33rd Annual Hallockville Fall Festival and Craft Show will take place on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM at Hallockville Museum in Riverhead. Support the non-profit museum farm and enjoy our agricultural traditions at its largest fundraiser of the year. Folk art demonstrations including wood carving, decoy carving, basket weaving, quilting, blacksmithing and more. Tractor pull and display by Long Island Antique Power Association. Quilt show in the Naugles Barn by the Eastern Long Island Quilters Guild. Shop 50 artisan vendors offering handmade jewelry, crafts, decorative pieces, unique collectibles and treasures galore. Children’s activities and games, historic home tours, hayrides and livestock displays, there is something for all ages. Live music throughout the day by the Eastbound Freight Bluegrass Band. Local food, wine and beer. Adults $7, children ages 5-12 $5, ages four and under are free. Visit or call 631-298-5292. Southampton Animal Shelter The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation will have its fourth annual benefit at the Boardy Barn in Hampton Bays on Saturday from 6 to 10 PM. The event includes a Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle, silent auction, door prizes, buffet and a discount cash bar. Tickets are $25 or $30 at the door. Music by Vivian and the Merrymakers. For tickets visit www. Keith Sea Greene The Keith Sea Greene Invitational pig roast & Horseshow tournament will take place on Saturday from noon to 8 PM. The tournament starts at 1 PM at the North Sea Community House. There will be a bouncy land for kids, music by DJ Biggie, DJ Cred and guest appearance by Dollarman. The cost is $40 per person and $50 to play in the tournament, both tickets include food. There will also be a 50/50 raffle, silent auction and

Chinese auction. Children under 12 are free. Keith Greene, a Hamptons local, died last August leaving behind his wife and two young children. All proceeds from the event will benefit Keith's children Avery and Aiden Sea Greene. Tickets and raffles can be purchased at www.

Montauk Food Pantry On Sunday 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 time of 8:30 AM, at the Gazebo on the Green in downtown Montauk. Adults and children of all ages are welcome, as are strollers, scooters and leashed dogs. Suggested participation donations are $20 for adults and $10 for children under 12. The organizers will also be accepting non-perishable food item donations for the food pantry during the event. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third place finishers, and there will also be a door prize for one lucky participant. Fall Golf Classic The 2013 Fall Golf Classic raises funds to help The Retreat continue to provide shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, education, and an emergency 24 hour hotline free of charge to victims of domestic violence, will take place on Monday at South Fork Country Club in Amagansett. 7:30 AM Breakfast and 9 AM shotgun start. Visit

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Fun Shoot Third Annual East Hampton Sportsmen’s Alliance Fun Shoot will take place on September 22 from noon to 5 PM at Maidstone Gun Club in East Hampton. Proceeds will benefit The East Hampton Sportmen’s Alliance. For information call 631774-0036. SUP Race Series Hamptons “SUP Race Series” Season Finale, A Paddle Race for the Ocean Rescue Squad will take place on October 12. Participants and spectators are welcome to come out in support of the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad, a collective of remarkable

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80 images of life during America’s “last fling” – from the local gentry to the famous folks that had already begun embracing the East End. In addition to photographs, they will create vignettes of period fashion, decorative arts and even display a 70 year old contraband bottle of liquor. A special section will be devoted to the Ladies Village Improvement Society (LVIS) Fair and the Maidstone Club. The exhibit will run through October 13.

Crazy Monkey The Crazy Monkey Galler y features the art of Barbara Bilotta, winner of the 2013 Art Competition through September 29. Visit www.

Monika Olko Gallery in Sag Harbor presents paintings by Philippe Heurtaux.

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Philippe Heurtaux Monika Olko Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “A Splash Of France In Sag Harbor” with paintings by Philippe Heurtaux with an opening on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM. The show runs though October 14. Call

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Enchanted Impressions Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Galler y presents “Enchanted Impressions,” two floors and two solo shows. One floor is artist Andrea Kowch and the other floor is artist Phillip Thomas. The show runs through September 21. Visit www. 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 Muholi, Wangechi Mutu, Clifford Owens, Hannah Price, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Malick Sidibe, Xaviera Simmons, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, and Hank Willis Thomas. Through Sunday. Megan Euell Megan Euell will have a solo show of paintings from The Hamptons,


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Caio Fonseca Caio Fonseca will show new paintings on paper at the Drawing Room in East Hampton through September 30. Fabulous Fish Southampton Historical Museum and Research Center presents the art exhibit, "Fabulous Fish," sculptures by John Rist, Jr. at Rogers Mansion. The show runs through November 2. Charlotte Park: The 1950s “Charlotte Park: The 1950s,” a selection of paintings by a close friend and colleague of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, will be on view at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center through October 31. The works are lent courtesy of the artist’s estate, by private collectors, and by the Parrish Art Museum. Chuck Close “Chuck Close: Recent Works” is on display at Guild Hall. The show runs through October 14. Visit www. Drew Doggett Award-winning photographer Drew Doggett will present “Discovering the Horses of Sable Island Photography Show” at Sylvester & Co. Home Store in Amagansett. The show runs through September 30. Joel Perlman Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Joel Perlman’s sculptures, on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden. The scupltures will remain on display through October. Visit Herman N. Hynema The Southold Historical Society will host an exhibition of paintings by noted 19th century New York City painter Herman N. Hyneman (1849-1907). The exhibit, entitled “Herman N. Hyneman: A Jewish Artist Rediscovered,” will be on display in the Cosden-Price Gallery in the Society’s Reichert Family Center in Southold through September 21.







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The Stephen Talkhouse Don’t miss karaoke on Wednesday nights at 10 PM at this Main Street, Amagansett mainstay. On Friday, it’s Roy Wilson & The Buzzards at 8 PM. Jann Klose plays at 7 PM Saturday and .. “Yello!” Winston Irie serenades “Miss Independence” at 10 PM. Wolffer Sunset Fridays and Saturdays are at 5 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards wine stand in Sagaponack. 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 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. Sundays see two for one appetizers at the bar all day.

Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday at 9:30 PM. Includes $3 drafts, wine and Absolut specials. Bay Street Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks celebrate their 25th anniversary at Bay Street Theatre on Saturday at 8 PM. Visit 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. And, they’re reving up for football season with new televisions. Beach Huts The Beach Hut at Cupsogue Beach on Dune Road Westhampton features That 70s Band for their final performance of the summer from 2 to 6 PM on Saturday.

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Jayne Mansfield’s Car (R ) Billy Bob Thornton, who wrote, directed, an starred in Sling Blade, once again attracts an A-list of actors for his latest effort. Set in 1969, it is the story of two families that come together for a funeral. Robert Duvall, John Hurt, and a very scruffy Kevin Bacon give genuine performances, and, like Sling Blade, Thornton’s quirkiness and originality often shine through. Give it a try.

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Now Playing Winnie (R ) This biopic of Winnie Mandela was envisioned as a star vehicle for Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson. Unfortunately, it became apparent to critics, and everyone involved, that this baby was DOA – it’s a certified bomb already. Terrence Howard, an Academy Award nominee, plays Nelson Mandela. Riddick (R ) Vin Diesel is back for a third installment as the legendary anti-hero, and it’s another satisfying dose of all things violent. David Twohy, the writer and director, knows how to plot enough twists and turns to keep us occupied between the scenes of wanton slaughter, and Diesel was born to play the role. Go back and watch the others first, and then by all means catch this one in the theater. Drinking Buddies (R) Kate (Olivia Wilde) and Luke (Jake M. Johnson) work together in a Chicago brewery. Both are in “meaningful” relationships. But they flirt, and they drink a lot together. You can take it from there. It’s Joe Swanberg’s baby – he wrote it and directed it – and he keeps it together. The cast, Anna Kendrick and Ron Livingston among them, bring their “A” game. Try it. Passion (R) Brian De Palma has assembled a stunning cast to play out this suspense thriller about two women locked in an international power struggle. Rachel McAdams (Midnight In Paris) and Noomi Rapace do their best, but the truth is the original film was much better – this one is too much De Palma and not nearly enough subtlety. 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.




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Today’s Birthday: Moby, 1965 by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Your illusions meet some sobering reality this week, so you may want to check out all the information surrounding a situation before you say something you’ll regret later. Clarity is worth waiting for and while emotions may be running high, the truth is the only thing that will matter in the end. The cold, hard, sobering truth. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Lighten up already! That serious thing you may have been feeling recently is passing and it is best to no longer indulge that part of you that can go to a heavyhearted place. Enough scrutinizing - time to look at the big picture and recapture your innate ability to see the beauty in all things and people. Leave your inner critic behind and do something lovely. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Big emotions and giant displays of outrageous behavior can be had in the company of others. If you are not inclined toward the dramatic, then you may want to stay close to home and do some reading or writing or even home improvements. Engaging others leads to big stuff, so pay attention.   CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Going with the flow is truly the best choice right about now. It is not a time for trying to impose your will on another, or trying to force things to be some way you think they should be. It’s all about accepting things as they are and finding all the good in what is. Celebrate how things are right now. Enjoy them and allow them to teach you acceptance and joy in the moment. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Love takes a serious turn, so watch out if you’ve been playing around, you may get caught in a ‘real’ relationship without even trying. The energy actually supports being serious about love and while your childlike enthusiasm will always modify what serious is for

you, know that it’s okay to commit and open yourself up to another. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) All those pesky emotions that you’ve been hoping would just go away, are not going away and it is only getting worse, right? Time to have a sit down and talk about all those feelings before they come out in some really unfortunate way. Take your time and stay open and listen and talk and talk. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Time for some expansion in your life. Be bold – take a chance. Reach out and see if you can’t dream a bigger dream. Try some new things, new foods, new places. Excellent time to break out of the boxes you may feel too limited by in your life. Look around. Something is bearing fruit. Jump on it, embrace it, and think expansion!   SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22)You are the missing piece in a lot of other people’s dramas this week. Don’t be surprised if you mistakenly walk into a situation and everyone’s emotions are all over the place. You may end up being the only voice of reason in over the top situations. Or you may be the one pushing everyone’s buttons. However this week plays out, try to use your power in a good way, however tempting it may be to be a bit of a devil. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Change is in the air for you and it may be time for some things to change. Opportunity is knocking and you may want to entertain even the oddest of offers. It is time to expand and grow and shake things up. Embrace the change and the ensuing chaos and go with the flow. See how big you and your life can be!

Richard Hall was born in Harlem and raised in Darien, Connecticut. He was infatuated with music for as long as he can remember, at first as a devotee to hardcore punk rock. He formed several bands by the time he was 23 – including the Vatican Commandoes -- but none were able to land a record deal. During his early 20s Hall became infatuated with electronic music, and he became a whiz in the studio, landing work as a remixer for the B-52s, Pet Shop Boys, and even Michael Jackson. His theme song for “Twin Peaks” was released as a single, and it earned him a record deal with Mute records using the name “Moby.” In 1999 his album Play was released. Sales were modest to begin with, but eventually mushroomed, selling 10 million record worldwide. In 2002 a follow-up album, 18, went platinum, and Moby became a household name. He has since worked with some of the biggest names in the world. Moby, a vegan, is an animal-rights activist, has mastered several instruments, and owns a small tea shop where he actually works and sometimes waits on tables. He is considered an early pioneer in electronic music. As for his catchy name, there is a simple explanation: he is a direct descendant of Herman Melville.

getting stuff done and accomplishing much continues, so stick with those things you’ve set in motion. I know it’s hard, but try to take a moment now and again to see the bigger picture. Stress will be the byproduct of micro-managing things and will indicate it’s time to step back. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) You may have to acknowledge that you really don’t have a clue about what is going on. You are normally in charge and in control and these moments recently when things seem totally out of your hands are not comfortable for you, but there is power in not knowing. It allows you to learn something new, perhaps even about yourself. Give up the need for control and let yourself go with the flow, it could be fun!   PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20)You thought it wasn’t possible to feel even more than you normally do, but here

we are. Emotions are big and may even be more serious than you intend, so tread lightly. You may not be seeing the whole picture or there may be some things hidden from view. Try to take things in stride and try some physical exercise when emotions get too intense. NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read the sign before and 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 25 years. Asher lectures and teaches on metaphysics and related topics. She is available for private and group consultations. For further information call 631727-0711 or visit www.asherhill. com. Asher does readings live n WBAZ 102.5 FM on Wednesdays 5 to 6 PM.






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Here’s a list of new programs at local libraries. Check in with your local branch for ongoing programs.

• Adults can check out an e-reader workshop from 2 to 4 PM. Register in advance. • The 2012 Academy Award winning best foreign film, Amour, screens from 5 to 7 PM.

East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 FRIDAY 9•13•13 • The library board holds a budget hearing at 3 PM. SUNDAY 9•15•13 • Sunday Storytime for kids ages three and older runs from 1:30 to 2:30 PM. TUESDAY 9•17•13

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Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 WEDNESDAY 9•11•13 • A book sale will be held every Wednesday and Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. THURSDAY 9•12•13 • Citizen preparation classes begin and run for seven weeks. 7 to 8 PM. $10 book fee. No registration required. FRIDAY 9•12•13 • The Great Gatsby screens in the teen room at 4 PM. For those in grades nine to 12. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 THURSDAY 9•12•13 • Take a taste test challenge and see if you can guess food by taste alone. For teens. 3 PM. • The acclaimed documentary about the fishing industry, Salt of the Sea, screens at 6 PM. Filmmaker Tom Garber will be on hand to discuss his work. Register at the circulation desk. FRIDAY 9•13•13 • See Scary Movie at 3 PM. And at 2 PM, it’s The African Queen. MONDAY 9•16•13 • Give blood and join the world’s biggest huddle. The 2013 Super Bowl Host Committee has partnered with NY Blood Center to help increase blood donations leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. All donors will be entered into a sweepstakes for one pair of tickets to Super Bowl XLVIII. All donors must bring a photo or signature ID and be from 16 to 75 years old to donate. Age 16 must have a parental form signed; forms are


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Quogue Library 631-653-4224 SUNDAY 9•15•13 • The library hosts a lively discussion about creating wildlife habitat and having a beautiful garden without using chemicals. At Maria’s Garden in East Quogue at 2 PM. Hampton Library in Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 WEDNESDAY 9•11•13 • Kim West, the Sleep Lady shares tips for helping kids get their Zs. 11 AM to noon. THURSDAY 9•12•13 • Become a relaxed public speaker by joining the ToastHampton Club. It meets from 6 to 7 PM. WESTHAMPTON LIBRARY 631-288-3335 THURSDAY 9•13•13 • It’s all about owls in September, when who? Who? Kids make crafts at 3:45 PM. TUESDAY 9•17•13 • Kids make crafts using recycled materials for an “eco-crafternoon.” 3:30 PM. Call for details. MONTAUK LIBRARY 631-668-3377 • Chinese Culture: A Treasure the World Can Share will be presented as a slide talk by George Wei at 3:30 PM.

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at 6:45 PM. Saturday 9 AM Yizkor following Torah service, Shiur at 4 PM, Minchah at 4:30 PM. Neilah at 6:30 PM and Break-the-Fast at 7:45 PM (Reservations Requested). Children’s Kiddush at noon. Call the Temple Office for reservations and information 631-727-3191. • It’s teen band night at Vail Leavitt Music Hall. 7 to 11:45 PM. Want to know more? Call 631-353-2466.

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 9•11•13 • A support group for those with sexually transmitted diseases meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. 6 to 7 PM at the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation. Call to register. 917355-2284. Free. THURSDAY 9•12•13 • The East Hampton Business Alliance hosts its eighth annual cocktail party and 50/50 raffle at East Hampton Point on Three Mile Harbor Road in Springs beginning at 5:30. Call 631-324-8550 for tickets. They’re $100. • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce hosts a farmers market on the green every Thursday from 9 AM to 2 PM. • WeightWatchers meetings are held at the Amagansett Library at 10:30 AM each Thursday. SATURDAY 9•14•13 • Walk the Talkhouse walk with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society at 9 AM. Meet at the Hither Hills Overlook in Montauk to ramble the path the Last Chief of the Montauketts, Stephen Talkhouse used. Call 631-375-2339. SUNDAY 9•15•13 • There’s open gym at the Montauk Playhouse every Sunday beginning at 8 AM. Visit www. for the full schedule of offerings. • The third annual Donald T. Sharkey Memorial Community Fund Motorcycle Ride starts with registration at the Bridgehampton Fire Department at 9 AM, biking at 11 AM east to Montauk, ending with food and beverages at Cyrils on the Napeague Stretch. $30 donation. Call 516-449-6330. • Learn how to make raw sauerkraut and kombucha at Simply Sublime in East Hampton - it is easier than you think! Admission price is $25 and includes a kombucha starter. Reservations necessary!! 631-604-1566 • The Montauk Fire Department hosts its Big Bucks Raffle and party. Since 1983, the Montauk Fire Department’s Big Bucks Bonanza has given away 1641 prizes totaling $4,785,500 in prize money. You must have a ticket to attend the raffle and party. Call 631-668-3755

Southampton WEDNESDAY 9•11•13 • Southampton Town holds a picnic for seniors at Red Creek Park in Hampton Bays. 9:30 AM to 2 PM. $5. Call 631-728-1235 for further information. • Grandparents raising grandchildren get support through a group that meets at the Hampton Bays Community Center on Ponquogue Avenue from 6 to 8 PM. Call 631-728-1235 to learn more. THURSDAY 9•12•13 • A social group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender seniors and their friends hosts a mingle at the Hampton Bays Senior Center 3 to 5 PM. • AA meetings are held at Joshua’s Place in Southampton each Thursday morning at 7:30 AM. • The maize at Fairview Farm in Bridgehampton is open from 10 AM to 6 PM Thursdays through Sundays. The annual corn maze covers eight acres and is located

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on Horsemill Lane. • Valerie diLorenzo offers tips for using mobile phone apps at Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton form 1 to 2:30 PM. $10. Call 631-283-0774.

SATURDAY 9•14•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. • West Marine on Old Country Road in Riverhead hosts The Peconic Bay Power Squadron which will present a seminar on “Basic Weather and Forecasting.” 1 to 3 PM. Call 631-298-4326. • The 33rd annual Hallockville Fall Festival at the Museum Farm on Sound Avenue in Riverhead runs today and tomorrow from 10 AM to 5 PM.

FRIDAY 9•13•13 • High Holiday services at The Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons in Sag Harbor begin at 6:45 PM and run form 9 AM to 7:45 PM on Saturday. Call 631-488-0072 for reservations. • The Center for Wellbeing in Westhampton hosts Toltec Traditions with Gordon Eagleheart from 7 to 9 PM. Awaken the Dreamer. Loving offering of $10 to $20 accepted. Call 516-532-7633 to learn more. SATURDAY 9•14•13 • 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.

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• Triune Baptist Church will hold its first Annual Gospel Music and Dinner Gala to benefit the Triune Baptist Church Building Project. Attendance of Local churches, Social Organizations, and Dignitaries from the North and South Fork! $50 per person or $490 for 10 seats. Polish Hall, Riverhead. 3 to 8 PM. Call 631-617-6320 for tickets. • Southampton Trails Preservation Society offers a Barcelona Neck Excursion from 10 AM to noon. Meet at Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot on Barcelona Neck Road off of Route 114, Sag Harbor. Moderately-paced 3.5 mile hike with views of Sag Harbor Bay, Northwest Creek and Harbor, Cedar Point Park, and Mashomack Preserve. Leader: Joe Lane, 631-725-3942.

SUNDAY 9•15•13 • First Parish Church on Sound Avenue in Northville hosts a food drive each Sunday from 10:30 AM to noon.

SUNDAY 9•15•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.

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WEDNESDAY 9•18•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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North Fork THURSDAY 9•12•13 • Talmage Farm Agway Pasture on Osborn Avenue in Riverhead is the venue for a free pasture renovation seminar. 6 PM. Call 631-727-3100 to find out about it.

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FRIDAY 9•13•13 • Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services this weekend at Temple Israel in Riverhead include Kol Nidre on Friday

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Cajun BBQ Wings With Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce Ingredients (serves 4) 2 lbs chicken legs and wings ¼ cup paprika powder 1 tbsp cayenne powder 2 tbsp brown sugar ¼ cup old bay seasoning 2 tbsp curry powder 2 tbsp ground coriander seed 2 tbsp ancho chili powder 2 tbsp ground black pepper 2 tbsp salt 2 tbsp cumin powder ½ cup olive oil

¼ cup soy sauce 2 tbsp ketchup 2 tbsp hot sauce Sauce Ingredients ½ cup mayonnaise ½ cup sour cream 1 oz softened cream cheese ½ clove of garlic (minced) ½ cup crumbled blue cheese 1 oz soy sauce 1 tbsp chopped horseradish salt & pepper to taste



Method Pre-heat your oven to 425. In a small bowl add all dry ingredients for the chicken to make your spice rub. Now in a large mixing bowl add the chicken and all the wet ingredients. Mix well and when all the chicken has been evenly coated add half the spice rub. Mix one more time and then evenly lay the chicken pieces out



on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. Bake for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes take the sheet pan out and dust the chicken with some of the remaining spice rub. Bake for another 7 minutes. When the wings are done and cooling for a few minutes gather all the ingredients for the blue cheese dipping sauce and fold together gently in a mixing bowl. Plate and enjoy.


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NAVY BEACH By Jessica Mackin Summer wasn't over at Navy Beach this weekend. We went to the Montauk hotspot for lunch on Saturday. The weather was perfect as we sipped on Chandon sparkling wine and tasted some of Navy Beach's fantastic dishes. We ordered a few of the salads to start. The burrata fresco with local heirloom tomatoes, prosciutto, crisp basil and aged balsamic was a hit, as was the crispy calamari with endive, frisee, and a chili-garlic dressing. Off the small plates portion of the menu, the yunnan ribs with chili and caramel were delicious. We also tried the buttermilk fried

chicken with cornbread, house made slaw and spicy honey drizzle, which was excellent. The seared Atlantic salmon with asparagus, fingerling potato, and yuzu beurre blanc was spectacular. With the entrees we recommend the mexi corn side dish with cilantro, lime, chili, mayo and queso fresco. Visit to make reservations. Navy Beach is open on select dates through October 6.

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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.

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Compiled By Jessica Mackin Nick & Toni’s Starting Sunday Nick & Toni’s in East Hampton is bringing back brunch every Sunday from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Brunch will feature an a la carte menu with specialty brunch cocktails. Call 631-324-3550. red|bar brasserie red|bar brasserie in Southampton has begun autumn hours. The restaurant will serve dinner Wednesday through Sunday

beginning at 5:30 PM. It will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Guests may enjoy a prix fixe menu, $30 for two courses and $35 for three courses, that will be available during dinner hours. Popular selections from Chef Erik Nodeland’s wine friendly menu are appetizers such as local oysters on the half shell with mignonette sauce; char-grilled baby octopus with warm chickpeas, spicy olives,

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frisée and espelette pepper ($15); and tuna tartare with wasabi, ginger, shallots, chinois vinaigrette and crispy wontons ($17). Among the entrees are  jumbo shrimp with applewood-bacon red flannel hash and horseradish beurre blanc ($30) and L.I duck breast with baby bok choy, wild rice, toasted almonds, mango, ginger and black tea ($32).

The North Fork Table The North Fork Table and Inn in Southold offers guests a new threecourse prix fixe menu during dinner service on Sunday, Monday and Thursday from 5 to 8 PM and Friday

and Saturday from 5 to 10 PM. Cost is $75, plus tax and gratuity. Visit

Noah’s Wine Dinner Noah’s in Greenport is celebrating harvest season with a Winemakers’ Dinner Series. This Sunday beginning at 5:30 PM, will feature Peconic Bay Wines with a five-course menu paired with wines. The cost is $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The dinner will be held in the private dining room and a la carte dinner service will also be available in the main dining room.  Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended. Call 631-477-6720. Prime Meats • Groceries Produce • Take-Out Fried Chicken • BBQ Ribs Sandwiches • Salads Party Platters and 6ft. Heroes Beer, Ice, Soda

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