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A SoFo Eastern Tiger Salamander Night

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On March 2, a group of enthusiastic salamander watchers gathered at the South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo), flashlights in hand, for the annual foray into the nighttime woods of Bridgehampton to catch a glimpse of one of our local amphibians, the Eastern-Tiger Salamander, on its breeding grounds. Andy Sabin, President of SoFo’s Board of Directors, who is also known as “Mr. Salamander,” was the group’s leader; assisted by SoFo’s Executive Director Frank Quevedo, SoFo Nature Educator Tyler Armstrong, and SoFo Nature Educator Molly Adams. Sabin, an experienced herpetologist, who has spent years studying our local salamanders, informed the fifty eager participants, children and adults, that they were about to witness something people rarely see - an amazing natural occurrence ─ the spring breeding ritual of the New York State Endangered Species, Eastern-Tiger Salamander. SoFo schedules salamander walks each year, as well as many other interesting and informative nature activities throughout the year. You can find their calendar of events by going to the South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Website: www.sofo.org.  

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Ronnie Cramer Southampton Cultural Center presents a solo show with works by Ronnie Cramer on display through March 27. A reception will take place Saturday from 5 to 7 PM. Ronnie Cramer was the winner of “best in show” of the Southampton Cultural Center’s 2012 Juried Art Exhibition

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Super Happy Fun Hampton Photo, Arts and Framing with Tonic Artspace present “The Super Happy Fun Time Mega Blast Youth Art Show and Experience” at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend. Over 70 artists ages five to 19 will participate. Juried by local artists Elaine McKay, Grant Haffner, Carly Haffner, Scott Gibbons and Scott Bluedorn, with a special secret

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ONGOING Working the Line “Working the Line,” an exhibition by five artists exploring the possibilities of line, is on view at Ille Arts in Amagansett. Organized by participating artists Denise Gale and Christa Maiwald, the show also includes works by Michael Chandler, Janet Goleas, and Claire Watson. The show will remain on view through April 11. Student Art Festival The Guild Hall Student Art Festival, Part II is on display now. Visit www. guildhall.org. Neoteric Fine Art Neoteric Fine Art in Amagansett and Breahna Arnold present “A Varied Form,” curated by Breahna Arnold. The show is a celebration of human form with a diverse exhibition of figurative paintings. Featured artists include Nick Weber, Molly Weiss, Ivan Kustura, Anita Kusick, and Breahna Arnold. The exhibition will be on display through March 23. Debbie Tierney East End Arts presents a new art exhibit at the Riverhead Town Hall Gallery, featuring the linocut-relief printmaker Debbie Tierney. The exhibit will run through June 5. For more info call 631-727-3200. Jake Rajs Jake Rajs, a New York-based photographer, will display work at the Quogue Library though March 31. For more info call 631-6534224. Halsey Mckay Gallery The Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton presents “Human Drama” curated by Denise Kupferschmidt featuring artists Gina Beavers, Ariel Dill, Joanne Greenbaum, Peter Mandradjieff, Leigh Ruple, Jeffrey Tranchell, and Johannes VanDerBeek. In the upstairs gallery an opening reception for “The Natural” with work by Jamison Brosseau will also take place. The show runs through March 31. For more info call 631604-5770. Rosalie Dimon Gallery East End Arts presents the art show at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery, at the Jamesport Manor Inn featuring East End Arts members photographer Alfred Fayemi and tapestry artist Sherry Schreiber. The show will be up for viewing until May 1. Visit www.eastendarts.org.


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Max Cure Flywheel in East Hampton and Max Cure Foundation present “Be Brave N’ Fly” on Saturday at 2 PM. Spin to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer causes. One hundred percent of proceeds from the event will go directly to the Max Cure Foundation. To register visit www. maxcurefoundation.eventbrite.com. Kendall Madison Benefit Annual Karaoke Night, benefitting the Kendall Madison Foundation takes place on Friday at 8 PM at the Stephen Talkhouse. Donation $20 in advance, $25 at the door. 50/50 raffle, tickets 6 for $5 or $1 each. Dance Away Cancer The third annual “Dance Away Cancer Dance-A-Thon” sponsored by John M Marshall Elementary School PTA will take place at JMMES on March 22 from 6 to 8 PM. All proceeds will be donated to Katy’s Courage and the South Fork Relay for Life. Minimum donation per dancer $20. Register by Saturday to receive

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Judy Carmichael East End Hospice and The American Hotel present two concerts by jazz pianist and vocal sensation Judy Carmichael with a champagne dinner and the show on March 23 at 7 PM. On March 24 at noon, a champagne luncheon and show. Both events cost $100 each. Call 631-725-3535 for reservations. Paris Ballroom Benefit Living Well Yoga and Fitness presents “An Evening in Paris Ballroom Benefit Dance” on April 5 at Riverhead Polish Hall at 8:30 PM. Light buffet style dinner and dance show will showcase romantic ballroom dances. The event also includes DJ Louis del Prete, Parisian themed gift bags, Chinese auction, cash bar and 50/50 raffle. Arthur Murray Southampton is also hosting a pre-dance exclusive mixer. For more info visit www.lwyf.org/DanceEvents.html. Katy’s Courage Katy’s Courage, a not-for-profit organization created in memory

of Katy Stewart, dedicated to education, pediatric cancer research and childhood bereavement, will host the third annual Katy’s Courage 5K on April 13 in Sag Harbor. Cost is $25 to pre-register and $30 for day-of registration. For more info visit www.katyscourage.org.

Casino Night Bay Street Theatre, in partnership with the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps, is pleased to announce “Casino Night” on April 13 from 7 to 11 PM. This is the second Casino Night at Bay Street Theatre,

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East End Stars The Arthur Murray Dance Center of Southampton presents “Dancing With The East End Stars,” a charity benefit for Your Day Away on April 19 at 230 Elm in Southampton from 7 to 11 PM. The event will feature local personality showcases, full buffet dinner, cash bar, general dancing, Chinese auction, raffle and door prizes. For more info email vicki@yourdayaway.org.

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Film The Picture Show The Picture Show at Bay Street Theatre, sponsored by Peconic Landing, continues with classic films this winter and spring. All films start at 8 PM. Tickets are $7 at the door and include a small box of popcorn. For the $28 prix-fixe “Dinner and a Movie” package, call Page at 63 Main (631-725-1810), Il Capuccino (631-725-2747), Sen (631-7251774) or Dockside (631-725-7100). Cost does not include sales tax, beverage or gratuities. This weekend is Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Weekend with a screening of Top Hat on Friday. Visit www.baystreet.org. The Met: Live in HD Guild Hall in East Hampton presents The Met: Live in HD with a screening of Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini on Saturday at noon. Visit www.guildhall.org.

Words Writers Speak Stony Brook Southampton MFA in Creative Writing and Literature presents Writers Speak, Wednesdays at 7 PM. For more info visit www. stonybrook.edu/southampton. The Naked Stage Guild Hall in partnership with The Naked Stage presents a free staged reading of The Lisbon Traviata by Terrence McNally with lead artist, Joshua Perl on Tuesday at 7:30 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org.

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Auditions for the roles of Starkeeper, Mrs. Mullin, Mr. Bascombe, Enoch Snow Jr, and 8 to 10 chorus members will be held on Monday at 7 PM at the North Fork Community Theatre. Bring sheet music and be prepared to sing 16 bars from a Broadway Musical. For more info contact the Director, David Markel, at 631-765-1973.

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Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor has announced the 2013 Mainstage Season and a local audition date for Lend Me A Tenor, The Mystery Of Irma Vep and A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum and for Literature Live’s production of The Diary Of Anne Frank this fall. Equity Principal and Non Equity auditions will be held at Bay Street Theatre on Saturday, March 23, from 10 AM to 2 PM. No phone calls. Local actors with housing are strongly encouraged to attend. For more info visit www.baystreet.org.

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Jazz On The Vine Jazz On The Vine features six weekends of jazz concerts at local vineyards through March 24. For complete schedule visit www. liwinterfest.com. Agave’s Agave’s Tequila Bar and Restaurant in Westhampton Beach offers Open Mic Night hosted by Johnny B and Friends on Tuesdays with 2-for-1 burritos. On Wednesdays, 2-for-1 quesadillas. Thursdays are Ladies Night with $5 Ladies Drinks all night and Fajitas for $12.95. Call 631998-4200 for more info. The Suffolk Theater The Suffolk Theater in Riverhead presents live music throughout the week. Tonight, RUNA performs at 8 PM. On Friday, The Women of Rock, Pop, and more at 8 PM. Sunday, From Galway to Graceland take the stage at 2 PM. On Monday, Jim Cullum Jazz Band at 8 PM. Tuesday, a birthday tribute to Nat King Cole at 8 PM. Visit www.suffolktheater.com. Country Night Thursday is Country Night at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead starting at 7:30 PM. The series features live local country acts. Dance the night away with DJ Deuce and line dancing instructions by Kel Ann. Southbound performs at 8 PM. Cost is $10.

for St Patricks Day Weekend at 75 Main in Southampton this Saturday at 10 PM. There will be an opening set by EFRA. 18 for ladies, 21 for guys.

Candlelight Fridays Candlelight Fridays is from 5 to 8 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards in Sagaponack. Enjoy live music and wine by the glass. SL East A Music, EVE, GC Ent, and DNunez present The Fifth Annual Official Montauk Parade Afterparty at SL East in East Hampton on Sunday at 4 PM. House music in the main room and Latin in the lounge. DJ’s to be announced. Jam Session The Jam Session will take place every Thursday night from 5 to 8 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyard. 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. Gurney’s Inn Gurney’s Inn in Montauk provides year-round entertainment. Friday and Saturday night there is DJ dancing with hits from the 60s to today. For more info call 631-6682345.

Dirty Oz Dirty Oz performs at The Memory Motel in Montauk on Friday at 10 PM.

Buckley’s Wing Night Buckley’s Inn Between in Hampton Bays hosts its Famous Wing Night each Thursday from 10 PM to 1 AM. $15 will get you all you can eat wings and all you can drink Miller Light. Music by DJ Pauly and Beer Pong.

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Barn Dance An advanced Traditional New England Barn Dance and Pot Luck Dinner for people who know the basic dance steps will take place at Water Mill Community House on Saturday at 6:30 PM. For more information call 631-725-3103 or visit www.LITMA.org. Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday in the taproom with

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East Hampton THURSDAY 3•14•13 • Co-ed adult volleyball (for free) is from 5:30 to 8:30 PM at the Montauk Playhouse. Call 631-668-1612 for more events and information.

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• All are welcome to an eight-mile hike through Barcelona Neck, with views of Gardiners Bay and Orient Point. Hike includes some beach walking with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Bring water. Meet on Swamp Road at the intersection of Edwards Hole Road at 10 AM. Call 631-283-4591 or (on the day of the hike) 917-584-7280. • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce hosts a soup sale from 11 AM to 2 PM. Soup is donated by local restaurants and will be sold in a commemorative mug to benefit the Friends of Erin parade.

FRIDAY 3•15•13 • Join in for the Montauk Friends of Erin Grand Marshal’s Luncheon at Gurney’s Inn from noon to 3 PM. $50 per person, reservations suggested. Call John Behan at 631-668-2257. • The East Hampton Historical Society invites all to “The Suffragist Movement: Women Work for the Right to Vote,” a lecture led by Arlene Hinkemeyer, at 7 PM. Refreshments will be served before. At Clinton Academy, located at 151 Main Street in East Hampton. Call 631324-6850 for more info.

TUESDAY 3•19•13 • Find out how a plant-based diet can benefit your health during a free community program at the East Hampton Senior Center from 11 AM to noon. The program is brought to participants by the Southampton Hospital’s Wellness Initiative, in partnership with the East Hampton Department of Human Services. For more information and reservations call 631-728-WELL.

SATURDAY 3•16•13 • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Pot ‘O Gold Treasure Hunt for kids aged six to 11 starting at 1 PM. Captain Kid’s Toy Shop is providing the prizes for all who find their treasures. There will be additional prizes for the team that finishes first. You may register in advance by stopping at the chamber’s office, by calling 631-668-2429, or email mcoc@montaukchamber.com. • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for a four to six mile hike through woods and old fields of northern Springs, with views of Accabonac Creek. Bring liquids and snacks. Meet on the east side of Three Mile Harbor Road about 100 yards north of Flaggy Hole Road (near the entrance to Blue Bay Girl Scout Camp) at 10 AM. Call 631-287-6608 or 631-275-8539 for more info. • Enjoy a walk through Big Reed Pond Nature Trails at Montauk County Park from 2 to 3:30 PM with Concerned Citizens of Montauk. Take Montauk Highway East to East Lake Drive, go north on East Lake Drive for about two miles. The trailhead entrance is on the right. Follow the dirt road to the parking area. • The Montauk Community Church hosts a rummage sale from 9 AM to noon. Located at 850 Montauk Highway.

THURSDAY 3•14•13 • The Sag Harbor Lions Club Annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner is at the Whalers Church at 5 PM. For more information call 516-647-6700.

SUNDAY 3•17•13 • The 51st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will kick off from Edgemere Road at 11:30 AM in Montauk. The parade runs up Edgemere Road and then turns on to Main Street, past the reviewing stand on the green and finishes at the end of Main Street by the IGA.

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SATURDAY 3•16•13 • Dance and party at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor at the St. Patrick’s Day party, beginning at 8 PM. Dance to the music of Joe Lauro’s Hoodoo Loungers and Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks. Tickets are $15 in advance and can be purchased at the box office on online at the theatre’s website. $25 at the door. • Afternoon Tea Time is at the Southampton Historical Museum at 4 PM. Stop by for scones and tea, with a visit to the tea room. Learn about various teas and the art of making tea. The workshop is $25 per person for members, and $30 for non-members. Register early at www.southamptonhistoricalmuseum. org or call 631-283-2494. • The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons hosts a roundtable on groundcovers. The informal study and discussion, led by Pamela Harwood, is at the Horticultural Library on the ground floor of the Bridgehampton Community House at 10 AM. Admission is free. For more info call 631-537-2223. • Help clean up the roadside along Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt’s adopted road: Old Farm Road. Meet at Poxabogue Park at 8 AM. Bring gloves, bags will be provided. Call Barbara at 631-537-6188 for more info. • The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork hosts a community coffeehouse from 7 to 9:30 PM. All are welcome for coffee, tea, cakes,

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games, music and conversation. Admission is free. Children are welcome. Call 631-537-0132 or email admin@uucsf.org for more info. • Take a hike with Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt and the South Fork Natural History Museum at 10 AM. Hike will go through areas along Long Pond, Little Long Pond and Crooked Pond. Meet at the Mashashimuet Park parking lot in Sag Harbor. Call 631-537-9735 for more information.

SUNDAY 3•17•13 • The Peconic Land Trust welcomes Mark Cappellino and “The Rain Garden,” a discussion on the polluting impacts of rainwater runoff on local bays and drinking water. Join in to learn about what steps you can take to help with this pollution control issue. Starts at 2 PM at Bridge Gardens on Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton. $15 per person, free for members. Refreshments will be provided following the presentation. Call 631-2833195 ext. 19. • Join the Southampton Trails Preservation Society for a “Flanders Meander,” from 10 AM to noon. Meet on the kiosk of Spinney Road on the south side of County Road 24, just east of Birch Creek. The moderately-paced, four-mile hike has views of Owl Pond and Maple Swamp. Call 631-369-2341 for more information. • Children ages eight to 10 are welcome to the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton at 10 AM to “Getting Out of the Dark -- The Secrets of Light.” Join Lindsey as she performs scientific experiments that explain some of the basic concepts of light that we take for granted. For reservations and more information call 631-537-9735. MONDAY 3•18•13 • Basilica of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary presents a new series titled “Faith and Belief in Modern Times with Father Michael Vetrano.” The

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TUESDAY 3•19•13 • The Southampton Fire Department hosts a blood drive at the firehouse from noon to 7 PM. Donors are asked to drink lots of fluids beforehand and to bring identification. For more info, call Jim Frankenbach 631-283-2431. WEDNESDAY 3•20•13 • The Sag Harbor Chamber Annual Membership Celebration is at Bay Street Theatre from 6 to 9 PM.

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

Montauk Library 631-668-3377 THURSDAY 3•14•13 • Argo will be shown at 7 PM. SATURDAY 3•16•13 • New York State Boater’s Safety Course is offered from 9 AM to 5 PM. Contact the Montauk Marine Basin at 631-668-5900 for more info. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 WEDNESDAY 3•13•13 • “Beginner Internet and Email Computer Class” is from 3 to 5 PM. Lecture will guide participants through searching the Internet and using email. Learn how to create an email address, set up contact lists, send attachments and create folders. • A St. Patrick’s Day story time and craft for children ages four to six (with an adult) starts at 4 PM. SATURDAY 3•16•13 • The Watchmaker’s Daughter: A Memoir will be discussed with author Sonia Taitz at 1 PM. • Fairy house workshop is from 2 to 4 PM for kids ages seven and up. MONDAY 3•18•13 • Kids in grades sixth through 12 can learn how to knit at 4 PM. Experienced knitters are also welcome. TUESDAY 3•19•13 • An adult technology workshop, “Google Drive/ Cloud Computing” is at 5 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 3•16•13 • Physics of Toys and Toy Craft is at 3:30 PM. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 WEDNESDAY 3•13•13 • Join Gibson Campbell for an overview of LongTerm care options, costs, vendors and resources, followed by a Q&A session. Starts at 5:30 PM. THURSDAY 3•14•13 • A talk titled “Taking Control of Your RetirementManaging the Risk of an Income Shortfall” is at 7 PM.

SATURDAY 3•16•13 • “The Poet Transformed: Poems on Hibernation, Dreams and Rebirth” with moderator Tammy NuzzoMorgan, Suffolk County Poet Laureate 2009-2011, is at 2 PM. MONDAY 3•18•13 • The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons hosts a forum with superintendents of schools at 7 PM. Further information is available by calling 631324-4637. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 TUESDAY 3•19•13 • Chef Craig celebrates the Irish with a cooking demonstration beginning at 6:30 PM. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 THURSDAY 3•14•13 • Lucky the Leprechaun visits the library at 1:30 PM. Play Irish themed games and enjoy fresh-baked Irish soda bread. • The Guard will be shown at 6:30 PM.

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THURSDAY 3•14•13 • Adult computer classes with Mark Lindemann are from 5:30 to 7 PM. SUNDAY 3•17•13 • “The Making of Molly Bloom: Songs, Poems, and Letters of James Joyce and Nora Barnacle” is at 3 PM. Floyd Memorial Library 631-477-0660 THURSDAY 3•14•13 • David & Lisa will be shown at 6 PM. FRIDAY 3•15•13 • A leprechaun bucket craft is at 3:30 PM. Riverhead Library 631-727-3228 WEDNESDAY 3•13•13 • “Herbs: Their Culture, Harvest and Use” is at 7 PM. THURSDAY 3•14•13 • Make and eat Irish soda bread at 6 PM.

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doesn’t need to be. Stay emotionally connected, not invested. Figure out the difference.

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Todays Birthday: L. Ron Hubbard, 1911 Who knew a kid named Lafayette from Nebraska would someday be the Grand Thetan on planet Xybor? Ok, we made that up, but L. Ron Hubbard was weird enough to believe his own hype. The founder of Dianetics and Scientology was a hustler and liar all his life. He spoke of growing up on a huge cattle farm owned by his wealthy grandfather in Montana – in reality he grew up in a condo and his grandfather was a pharmacist. He said he was an engineer and later claimed to be a nuclear physicist, but in reality he only lasted two years in college before dropping out. After being criticized for making false statements about his education Hubbard “acquired” a college degree from an unaccredited university – in Dianetics, a fictional subject he invented to begin with. He once marketed a pill to protect people from radiation and often boasted of curing assorted diseases. The author of more than 1000 books, Hubbard was a genius at reinventing himself and attracting loyal followers – followers who donated a lot of money. He was investigated by the FBI, discredited by former disciples, and called “insane” by his wife. But the money kept rolling in, even after his death in 1986, though some prefer to say he retired to Xybor, Creston, or some other far away planet. Among Hubbard’s celebrity followers are Tom Cruise and John Travolta, both of whom believe they will be leaving the planet one of these days to visit L Ron on his new planet. ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Take a look around this week and see what projects or conversations you may have the chance to complete. Bring things full circle so that as spring comes, you can start anew. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Focus is everything. Keep your eyes looking at what is working and going well and resist the urge to stay focused on the messed up stuff that you can’t do anything about anyway. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Don’t forget your body! As you find interesting things to think about and your mind is entertained, don’t forget to eat what you need to eat. Tune in to your body and honor it. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) One of those moody times, potentially. You should know yourself well enough by now to not take all those dark clouds so seriously. The moods will pass, so do your best to let them keep on moving. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) A teachable moment, as they say. Look around and embrace the teachers in your life and realize that you are a teacher as well. Pay attention to what you do and say and know you don’t have to do it the old way. Create your own rules. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) If you truly want a situation to heal, you will need to stop talking about people who aren’t in the room. Talking badly

about people to anyone other than a therapist who you pay to remain neutral will result in perpetuating a wound. Work toward the healing instead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Honor your intuition and don’t be afraid to test the boundaries within a situation. See how big you can make yourself and see what you can take a stand for. Now is the time. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Close relationships are highlighted. Just know that you don’t have to be the emotional support system for everyone. Some people won’t get it or be able to hear it from you and that is okay. Allow it to be someone else’s job.

PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) You can be so kind, Pisces. Why not turn some of that kindness toward yourself for a change? If you could have done things differently, you would have. Beating yourself up helps nothing, kindness toward yourself helps everything. NOTE: If you were born at the end

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) If you are too serious about something, check in with your ego and see if this is one of those places where your ego is attached to something it

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

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Spring Break (R) A trio of best friends who dorm together in college set off for spring break with adventure on their minds. They run into a rapper (James Franco, hopelessly miscast) and get more than they bargain for. It sounds like we’ve seen it all before, but young filmmaker Harmony Korine, a major new talent, has plenty of tricks in his bag.

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Flight – Denzel Washington earned an Oscar nomination for his performance as an airline pilot who has a drinking problem. He manages to land a plane in unbelievable turbulence - riveting action - but investigators become concerned he may have been drinking on the job. He was – and then he continues to drink at an unbelievable pace for the rest of the movie. In the end the whole thing is completely implausible, though John Goodman does a cool turn as a buddy drug dealer and enabler.

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Boundaries are key. Look around and see where you may be leaking energy. Say no and mean it and don’t be afraid of taking some time for yourself to recharge your batteries. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Humor takes you far. Eliminate guilt from the equation and hold things lightly. Try to play a little and use humor whenever you can, it should help in most situations right now.

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Oz The Great And Powerful (PG13) The prequel to Wizard of Ox, courtesy of Disney, comes 74 years after the original. Maybe that tells us all we need to know. The cast, though, is top of the line, with the aforementioned Mr. Franco in the title role. Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams, and Zach Braff are along for the ride. Sam Raimi (Spider-Man) directs.

The Last Exorcism Pt. II (PG-13) Let’s face it – we’re all fond of the split-pea puking genre made famous by Linda Blair. Ashley Bell is devilishly good as the host of the Anti-Christ. Add a star if you enjoy demonic rituals. Why do we think it won’t really be “the last?” Electrik Children (R) It’s not fair Catholics get to keep the concept of immaculate conception all to themselves, so first time screenwriter/ director Rebecca Thomas shares it with all you heathens out there. Julia Garner plays the surprised motherto-be. Rory Culkin and Billy Zane co-star. It has its moments.


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Ingredients (serves 4) 8 large artichokes 2 large white onions 1 bay leaf 4 oz fresh lemon juice 5 oz white wine water Stuffing Ingredients 10 oz ground veal 3 large white onions 8 plum tomatoes 4 oz parmesan cheese (grated) 1 egg 3/4 cup toasted breadcrumbs 2 tbsp curry powder 1 tbsp brown sugar 2 tbsp black pepper 3 tbsp salt 4 oz olive oil 1/2 cup chopped parsley

Method First you have to prepare the stuffing. Set the oven to 400 degrees, then dice tomatoes into medium sized pieces and toss them in a little olive oil, salt, and pepper. Place them on a sheet tray and roast for 20 to 25 minutes. While this is happening, slice the onions, then add a little bit of your olive oil to a very hot sauté pan and caramelize the onions being careful to stir often making sure they do not burn. When the onions have browned

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up nicely they are ready to be cooled. The last step is to add the curry powder, brown sugar, salt, and pepper and stir them in, making sure they are mixed in well. Now place the onions in the fridge to cool along with the roasted tomatoes when they are finished cooking. Once the onions and tomatoes have cooled, chop the onions up into small pieces and place the tomatoes in a strainer to get rid of any excess liquid. Now in a large bowl add the veal, cheese, egg, parsley, and breadcrumbs. Mix well with your hands. After mixing, fold in the tomatoes and caramelized onions. Place the mixed stuffing in the fridge and switch focus to the artichokes. Find yourself a large container, fill it with water and add lemon juice. To clean the artichokes, you will need a small knife about four inches long or so, preferably serrated. First, cut the very top of the artichoke off, about a half inch or so. Then at the base, where the stem meets the fruit, peel the outer green husk off down toward the stem. Peel away the tough green leaves on the outside cutting down to the tender yellow flesh of the artichoke. Now with the tip of the knife,

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