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November 30, 2011


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By Jessica Mackin



Guild Hall presents a gallery talk with Drew Shiflett on Sunday at 12:30 PM. On display at Guild Hall are three exhibitions. In the Moran Gallery on view is artist Rafael Ferrer’s “Contrabando.” In the Woodhouse Gallery view selections from the permanent collection. In the Spiga Gallery Drew Shiflett’s “Constructed Drawings” is on display. All three shows will run through January 16. For more info visit

The East Hampton Library will host a talk given by best selling author Dava Sobel on Saturday. Sobel will discuss her new book, A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos from 3 to 4:30 PM.

COMMUNITY The Santa Parade makes the season bright on Main Street and Newtown Lane in East Hampton at 10 AM on Saturday. Afterward, Santa will greet youngsters at The Huntting Inn/Palm from 11 AM to noon. Call 631-3240362 for more information.


First Annual Friends Bazaar At Ashawagh Hall in Springs will take place Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM. Come see and shop the ceramics, jewelry, handbags, scarves, greeting cards, paintings and photography, created by Jael Baker, Nina Bataller, Carolyn Bistrian, Steve Jones, Jamie Lerner, Eve Marino, Mary Ellen Roche and Dorothy Roskam. Items for every price range will be for sale. Visit www. Necklace by Eve Marino



On Friday a fundraiser for WPPB 88.3 & Guild Hall will be held from 7 to 10 PM. The “On the Air at Crossroads” series - hosted by Cynthia Daniels - will take place at Guild Hall. Performers include Mamalee Rose & Friends, Inda Eaton, The Third Estate, Rashid Lanie, BrainCake, Susan Gabriel, Robert Bruey, Martha Mooke, Daisy Jopling, Escola D’Boom and many more. Tickets are $20. Visit

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The Southampton French Club is hosting a Cafe Night at St. John’s Church in Southampton on Thursday to raise money for their upcoming trip to France. A three-course menu for $25 will be offered at three seatings (5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 PM). Walk-ins are welcome. E-mail jhawkins@southamptonschools. org for more info.

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The annual shopping extravaganza “Parrish Presents” took place at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton this weekend. A preview cocktail party was held on Friday evening.

The Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton hosted an opening reception for the “Holiday Salon,” a group exhibition that featured painting, sculpture and time based media. Also on view “Architecture of a Bomb,” collaborative site-specific artwork by Ben Butler and Michael Rosch.

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WEDNESDAY 11•30•11 • Abs Plus is at Amagansett Library at 10 AM and Zumba is at 6 PM. • Meet on Camp Hero Road in Montauk at 10 AM Walk along the beach trails. Call 631-668-2947 for more info. • Parent toddler workshop is from 10 to 11 AM at East Hampton Library. ESL classes are from 5 to 6:45 PM and pajama story time is from 6 to 6:30 PM. THURSDAY 12•1•11 • A movie will be shown at the Montauk Library at 7 PM. • LEGO club is at 3:30 PM at Amagansett Library. There will BONAC Amateur Radio Club at 6 PM. FRIDAY 12•2•11 • Mommy and Me yoga is at Amagansett Library at 10 AM. • Yoga is from 8:30 to 9:30 AM at the Springs Presbyterian Church every Friday for the rest of the year. Classes are $15. SATURDAY 12•3•11 • The First Annual Friends Bazaar: Original Art and Fine Crafts Within Reach is today from 10 AM to 6 PM in Ashawagh Hall in Springs. Visit www. • Enjoy a four mile hike through Buckskill Preserve in the Old Montauk Highway Loop. Meet at 10 AM on a short section of historic Old Montauk Highway, north of Route 27 about 100 yards west of Rugosa Restaurant in Wainscott. • Amagansett First Presbyterian Church hosts a Women’s Guild Christmas Craft Sale and Deacons’ Silver Tea from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Amagansett Firehouse on Main Street. Call 631-267-6404. • The Friends of the Montauk Library is sponsoring a bus trip to New York City for $30 round trip. The bus will leave Montauk Post Office area at 8:30 AM and depart from NYC at 5 PM. Call 631-668-3377 or e-mail for more info. • The Santa Parade makes the season bright on Main Street and Newtown Lane in East Hampton at 10 AM. Afterward, Santa will greet youngsters at The Huntting Inn/Palm from 11 AM to noon. Call 631-3240362 for more information. • “A Children’s World”-- and exhibit of antique toys at Clinton Academy Museum is from today until December 31. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for children. Open on Saturdays from 10 AM to 5 PM and Sundays from noon to 5 PM. • Buckley’s Flower Shop and Garden Center hosts an old world Christmas open house today and tomorrow from 11 AM to 3 PM. Call 631-324-0966 for more info. • The Amagansett Library hosts a petting box featuring frogs, bugs and other animals at 3 PM. SUNDAY 12•4•11 • The Springs Improvement Society hosts its annual tree lighting at Ashawagh Hall on Springs Fireplace Road from 5 to 7 PM. The Springs School Junior High band and the East Hampton High School String Quartet will perform. • Story time is at the East Hampton Library from 1:30 to 2 PM. • Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton hosts

MONDAY 12•5•11 • The Annual Holiday Cookie Party for the Friends of the Montauk Library is tonight at 7 PM. Bring a plate of cookies to share and, if you wish to take part in the gift exchange, a $5 wrapped gift. Friends will accept food donations for the Montauk Food Pantry. Call 631-668-3377. • The Montauk Playhouse hosts integral yoga for $5 a class from 9:30 to 10:30 AM. Free open gym is from noon to 7 PM. • Sharon McCobb, OMAC 2011 Athlete of the Year, Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski, OMAC 2011 Athletic Community Service Award recipients, will be honored at Beach House Restaurant in East Hampton. A mixer is at 6 PM and a dinner/awards ceremony is at 7 PM. $40 per person, includes a three-course meal, gratuity and one drink. Call 631-267-0351 or e-mail for tickets. • Abs Plus is at 10 AM at Amagansett Library for $20 a session. Also on Wednesday. A book discussion is at 1:25 PM. • Every Monday for the rest of the year, the Springs Presbyterian Church hosts yoga from 8:30 to 9:30 AM. Bring a yoga mat and large beach towel. Wear comfortable clothes. $15 per class. • The Montauk Library hosts a 10 AM story hour and “Mommy and Me” at 10:30 AM. Tai Chi is from 4 to 5:30 PM. • “Twinkle Twinkle Little Toes” is from 11:30 AM to noon at the East Hampton Library. The East Hampton Poetry Workshop will be meeting every Monday at the library. Stop by to hear the latest works from local poets. The group is open to the public. From 5:30 to 7 PM. • The East Hampton Rotary hosts a weekly dinner meeting, now at Spring Close Restaurant. 5:30 PM. Call 631-238-5257 for 411. TUESDAY 12•6•11 • An AARP meeting is at the Montauk Library from 1 to 3 PM. • The East Hampton Library hosts nursery rhyme time from 10:30 to 11 AM. • The Amagansett Library hosts “First Story Time” at 10:15 AM and baby time at 1 PM. ARTUESDAY is at 3:30 PM.

Southampton WEDNESDAY 11•30•11 • Assemblyman Fred Thiele and Senator Ken LaValle will host a meeting to discuss the establishment of the Peconic Sustainability Institute at Stony Brook Southampton Campus from 3 to 5 PM. Call 631537-2583. • East End Youth Fellowship for teenagers meets every Wednesday at the Community Bible Church on Noyac Road from 7 to 8:30 PM. THURSDAY 12•1•11 • The Human Resources of the Hamptons Clothing Room is open weekly Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 2 PM. The clothing room is the only local distribution facility providing free, quality used clothing and other materials to families in need. Located at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Southampton. • Create your own holiday wreath with horticulturist Maggie Kirwin-Hunter at Rogers Memorial Library from 1 to 2:30 PM. $10 materials fee.

FRIDAY 12•2•11 • “Fun and Fitness for 50s and Up!” is at Hampton Bays Public Library from 10:30 to 11:15 AM. Also on Mondays. Canasta games are at 10 AM. • Canio’s Cultural Cafe hosts two master writing workshops. The first is today from 10 AM to 3:30 PM called “Finding Stories” with fiction writer Simon Van Booy. For more info call 631-725-4926. SATURDAY 12•3•11 • “Hearthside Cheer” is at Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton and will feature holiday hors d’oeuvres, sumptuous foods and a holiday sing-a-long from 5:30 to 7 PM. • The Hampton Bays United Methodist Church will be hosting its Annual Christmas Bazaar from 9 AM to 3 PM at the church’s Anderson-Warner Hall in Hampton Bays. For more info call 631-728-1660. • Santa will be at the windmill in Sag Harbor from 2 to 4 PM. At 4:30 PM, there will be the light up on Long Wharf and Christmas caroling. • A Bedazzling Holiday Necklace workshop (for adults) with Carol O’Connor is today from 2 to 3:30 PM in Cooper Hall at Rogers Memorial Library. A holiday card workshop is also at the same place today from 10:15 to 11:45 AM. There’s a $10 materials fee for both. Call 631-283-0774 for more info. • A Christmas bazaar and luncheon will be at First Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Southampton from 9 AM to 2 PM. Lunch will be served from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Tickets are $10, $5 for children under 12. • A Brazilian fellowship for all ages meets every Saturday at 7:30 PM at the Community Bible Church in Sag Harbor. Worship music is by Brazilian Praise Band and the bible teacher is Pastor Eliel Assis. • The Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons services start at 9:30 AM and are conducted by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach. Services take place at the Old Whalers Sanctuary in Sag Harbor. Visit www. for further info. • Old Whalers Community House 5K is from 8:30 to 11 AM. Starts on Water Street in Sag Harbor. $30 to register. Sign up at Call 631725-4044 or 631-725-3777 for more info. • A holiday bazaar is at the Old Whaler’s Church in Sag Harbor from 10 AM to 4 PM. Call 631-725-5868 for more info or to donate. • The Bridgehampton Association hosts a holiday fair from 9 AM to 1 PM at St. Ann’s Parish House. • Saint Nick’s Fair is at Christ Episcopal Church Parish Hall from 10 AM to 4 PM. Santa will also make an appearance. Call 631-725-0218 for more info. • The topic of Marders Garden Lecture today is “Making Your Own Holiday Wreath” at 10 AM. Located at 120 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton. Call 631-702-2306. • A Horticultural Alliance garden book discussion is at 10 AM at the Bridgehampton Community House on Main Street. Call 631-537-2223. It’s free. SUNDAY 12•4•11 • Sunday service for all ages is at 10 AM at the Community Bible Church on Noyac Road. MONDAY 12•5•11 • Hip and Knee Pain: Solutions and Surgery Options with Peter G. Sultan, M.D. is at Rogers Memorial Library at 5:30 PM. • “Come Knit With Us” is at John Jermain Library at 1 PM. • ESL conversation classes are offered at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton at 5 PM. • “Book Babies” is at Hampton Bays Public Library from 10:15 to 10:35 AM. Also tomorrow. “Introduction to the Internet” part one of two parts is from 10:30 AM to noon. “Tales for Twos” is from 11 to 11:30 AM. Also

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TUESDAY 12•6•11 • An investment discussion group with a focus on making money in volatile markets is at Rogers Memorial Library’s Cooper Hall board room from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. • Life drawing classes at Veteran’s Hall located at 2 Pond Lane in Southampton. Classes are from 10 AM to 2 PM and from 7 PM to 9:30 PM. Call 631-725-5851. • Preschool story time is from 10:30 to 11 AM at Hampton Bays Public Library. Zumba for $5 a class is from 5:45 to 6:45 PM. “Terrific Tuesdays,” where kids can do crafts, games and have food after school is from 3 to 5 PM.

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WEDNESDAY 11•30•11 • A blood pressure screening is at 9 AM at the Riverhead Library. A knitting group meets at 1 PM. • Join the Custer Institute and local sky enthusiasts for a night of celestial discovery at Vineyard Field for “Winter’s Heavenly Constellations” at 7 PM. THURSDAY 12•1•11 • A senior stretch is at Riverhead Library at 10:30 AM. Play place for kids is at the library at 10 AM. My grownup and me is at 12:30 PM and Book and Tail is at 4 PM. FRIDAY 12•2•11 • Small business counseling is at Riverhead Library at 10 AM. Scrabble games are at 1 PM and grant seeking basics is at 3 PM. Mother Goose is at 10 AM for children and preschool playtime is at 1 PM. • A cooking night for teens is at Riverhead Library from 4 to 5 PM. Anime night is from 6 to 8 PM. SATURDAY 12•3•11 • “Santa Paws!” pet photo portraits with Santa at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead are from noon to 3 PM. The cost is $10. Call 631-727-5731 for more info. • Everyone is welcome to the Railroad Museum Long Island’s “Holiday Open House” in Greenport from 11:30 AM to 4 PM. Also taking place tomorrow. Call 631-765-2757 for more information. • “The Southold’s Historical Society’s Annual Candlelight Tour and Tree Lighting” is from 3 to 6 PM at the society’s Maple Lane Museum Complex in Southold. The lighting of the Hamlet Christmas Tree will take place in front of the Ann Currie-Bell House at 5 PM. For more information call 631-765-5500 or visit www. • Homework help is available for teens from 10 AM to noon at Riverhead Library. SUNDAY 12•4•11 • Long May You Shine: The Reconstruction of the Long Beach Barn “Bug Light” Lighthouse is at Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport at 2 PM. A special screening of the documentary film by Mark Costello Higgins will also be featured. It’s free. MONDAY 12•5•11 • Creative Cookie is at 4 PM for children at Riverhead Library. • A teen gingerbread workshop is at MattituckLaurel Library from 6 to 7:30 PM. TUESDAY 12•6•11 • The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library hosts a class to create photo greeting cards from 6 to 8 PM. • The Mattituck-Laurel Library hosts a free English conversation group from 7 to 8 PM. • Tai Chi is at the Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport at 11 AM. • “Learn to Crochet” and “Playing the Hand” are both at 10 AM at Riverhead Library. Yoga is at 5:30 PM. Letters to soldiers for teens is from 3 to 5 PM.

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Openings/Talks Student Art Show An extension of the Parrish Art Museum’s long-standing School Art Festival, Students View American Portraits, the 2011 student exhibition, will open with a reception on Saturday from 3 to 5 PM. The show will remain on view through January 15. Visit Drew Shiflett Gallery Talk Guild Hall presents a gallery

talk with Drew Shiflett on Sunday at 12:30 PM. On display at Guild Hall are three exhibitions. In the Moran Gallery on view is artist Rafael Ferrer’s “Contrabando.” In the Woodhouse Gallery view selections from the permanent collection. In the Spiga Gallery Drew Shiflett’s “Constructed Drawings” is on display. All three shows will run through January 16. For more info visit

Ongoing For 4 Hands Andrew Hart Adler and Carolyn Beegan present “For 4 Hands,” an exhibition at Arthur T. Kalaher Fine



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Art in Southampton, a show that brings abstract expressionism into the 21st century. The show will be on display through December 17. For more info call 631-204-0383.

by Wolf Kahn, Jules Olitski, Robert Dash, Balcomb Greene and Grant Haffner. The show will run through January 30. In Gallery II are works by Slonem, Klein, Stella, Rivers, Stern, Man Ray, Picasso and more. Silas Marder Gallery For more info visit www.veredart. S i l a s M a r d e r G a l l e r y i n com. Bridgehampton presents “Holiday Salon.” The exhibition features South Street Gallery painting, sculpture and time based The South Street Galler y in media. Also on view will be Greenport is showing new works “Architecture of a Bomb,” with a by Sibylle-Maria PFAFFENBICHLER collaborative site-specific artwork by including her latest dancing scrolls. Ben Butler and Michael Rosch. The “Joy of Music and Dance” will run two artists were given one week to through December 31. For more info create an interactive space in one of call 631-477-0021. the galleries using what they found in the Marders Landscape property. Halsey McKay The Halsey McKay Gallery in The exhibition will run through East Hampton presents Louisa Chase December 18. For more info call & Sally Egbert. The show will run 631-702-2306. through January 7. Landscape/Seascape Vered Gallery in East Hampton Drawing Room The Drawing Room in East presents its winter group exhibition Hampton has moved to a temporary “Landscape/Seascape” with works location through February. The new by modern masters Milton Avery, gallery is located at 66 Newtown Oscar Bluemner, and Thomas Lane in East Hampton. The first Moran, and contemporary works exhibition “Autumn Salon: Paintings, Let Sculpture, Drawings, Photography, Jewelry & Ceramics” will be on view through December 31.


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American Portraits The Parrish presents the installation of “Jacks,” a monumental, four-part sculpture by Mel Kendrick on the museum grounds. The installation is open to the public and will remain on view through December. For more info visit


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SL East SL East in East Hampton has partnered with East Hampton Studio and Ocean Sound and Light to host live music dance parties featuring the area’s best cover bands every Saturday from 9 to midnight, followed by DJ Biggie spinning until close. This week it’s back to the 80’s with the Ronald Reagan’s. Open bar and no cover charge from 9 to 10 PM. Half price on bottles with table reservations. For reservations call 631-324-3332. 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 Svedka specials. Monday Night Madness in Inda Eaton hosts “In The Round” at the the taproom includes $5 burgers, $4 Stephen Talkhouse on Tuesday. pints, and wing and jalapeno popper specials. Also not to be missed is the at 8 PM. For more information call Publick House all night happy hour 631-267-3117. on Friday from 4 PM to midnight with DJ Dory at 10 PM. On Saturday DJ Phao Brian Evans spins Hamptons Classics Phao in Sag Harbor offers a at 10 PM. Monday through Friday variety of nightlife throughout the happy hour is from 4 to 7 PM. For week. Sing your heart out or marvel more info call 631-283-2800. at the voice of others every Friday at 10 PM. Dance to tunes spun by Open Mic Night DJ Matty Nice and DJ Tigga rotating Every Wednesday Johnny B hosts every Saturday at 10:30 PM. For an Open Mic Night at the Quogue reservations or further information, East Pub from 9 PM to midnight. contact Phao at 631-725-0101 or Sign up is at 8 PM. For more info visit call 631-653-6677. Spring Close Stephen Talkhouse Spring Close Restaurant in East Friday it’s the Lone Sharks at Hampton will host a DJ party every 10 PM. Saturday at 10 PM New Thursday night at 10 PM with drink Dawn performs. On Tuesday, “In specials. For more info call 631the Round” hosted by Inda Eaton 324-3444.

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French Club The Southampton French Club is hosting a Cafe Night at St. John’s Church in Southampton on Thursday to raise money for their upcoming trip to France. A three-course menu for $25 will be offered at three seatings (5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 PM). Walkins are welcome. E-mail jhawkins@ for more info. Holiday Shopping The Ross School presents a special Holiday Shopping Weekend from Friday to Sunday. A portion of the sales in each establishment will go to support Ross School programs and scholarships. For ticket info call 631-907-5173. 88.3 & Guild Hall On Friday a fundraiser for WPPB 88.3 & Guild Hall will take place from 7 to 10 PM. The “On the Air at Crossroads” series - hosted by Cynthia Daniels - will take the show on the road for one night at the historic John Drew Theater in East

Hampton. The goal of the event is to raise much needed funding for two groups that give so much to our local community throughout the year. Those groups are WPPB 88.3 FM - our local public radio station and Guild Hall, our community art and performance venue. Performers include Mamalee Rose & Friends, Inda Eaton, The Third Estate, Rashid Lanie, BrainCake, Susan Gabriel, Robert Bruey, Martha Mooke, Daisy Jopling, Escola D’Boom, and many more. Tickets are $20. For more info visit

Soup Dinner On Sunday The United Methodist Church of East Hampton will host a soup dinner from 5 to 7 PM. $10 for adults and $5 for children. For info and tickets call 631-324-4258. East Hampton Day Care The East Hampton Day Care Learning Center will host its 5th annual holiday party on December 11 at The Palm Restaurant in East Hampton from 6 to 8 PM. Tickets for the benefit are $40 in advance. For ticket info call 631-324-5560 or visit

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The documentary Beautiful Tree, Severed Roots will screen at Bay Street Theatre on Sunday.

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Fax them to 631-324-6496 or e-mail to

Music Saturday 12•3•11 Holiday Concert The Music For Montauk Holiday Concert will take place at 7 PM at Montauk School. The Dick Lowenthal Orchestra performs selected jazz and swing favorites. Sunday 12•4•11 Choral Society The Choral Society of the Hamptons and South Fork Chamber Ensemble will present Handel’s “Messiah” in two concerts at 3 and 5:30 PM at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church, with a brunch at Pierre’s Restaurant at 12:30 PM. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door, with preferred seating available at $50. Call 631-2049402.

Film Friday 12•2•11 The Hedgehog T h e We s t h a m p t o n B e a c h Performing Arts Center presents screenings of The Hedgehog directed by Mona Achache this weekend. Screenings take place Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 1 PM and 4 PM. For more info visit Saturday 12•3•11 The Met: Live in HD Guild Hall in East Hampton presents a screening of The Met: Live in HD – Rodelinda at 12:30 PM. For more info visit

Sunday 12•4•11 Beautiful Tree, Severed Roots The documentary Beautiful Tree, Severed Roots will screen at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. For more info visit Ballet in Cinema The Parrish Ar t Museum in Southampton presents a screening of Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty from the Bolshoi Ballet at 2 PM. For more info visit

Words Wednesday 11•30•11 The Wednesday Readers Book Hampton’s “The Wednesday Readers” is free and open to the public today from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at Phao Restaurant in Sag Harbor. Join in for Thai food, drink and great literary discussions. Saturday 12•3•11 Dava Sobel The East Hampton Library will be hosting a book discussion on The Dante Club from 10:30 to 11:30 AM. Later an author talk given by best selling author Dava Sobel. Sobel will be discussing her new book, A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos from 3 to 4:30 PM. Monday 12•5•11 A Novel A book discussion on A Novel by Emma Donoghue is today at Cooper Hall in Rogers Memorial Library at 5 PM. Call 631-283-0774. Tuesday 12•6•11 Book Discussion A book discussion is will be held at the Riverhead Library at 7 PM.

Outrage * (R) No one does underworld gang violence like the Japanese, and Takeshi Kitano’s latest is chock full of twists, turns, and bloodshed as rival yakuza clans vie for control of the underworld. Sleeping B e a u t y (R) A New York City student, paying for an education through a series of menial jobs, becomes a prostitute by allowing herself to be sedated and then used sexually. Emily Browning is luminous, but struggles through a heavy-handed script.

to slash the hell out of everyone who crosses his path.

Now Playing The Artist (PG-13) A silent screen star circa 1927 realizes that the coming “talkies” will end his career; meanwhile, a young extra dreams of stardom. This Weinstein offering, certainly outside-the-box, is an example of a production company taking chances and succeeding – the film is a wonderment, where-in actors shine, lighting and custumes rule, and there isn’t a special effect or 3-D frame in sight. A terrific, must-see film. A Dangerous Method (R) Sony is hoping to generate some Oscar buzz for this film, a vehicle for Keira Knightley, playing a troubled women under the care of two of the world’s greatest shrinks – Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender) and Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen). The Descendants *(R) We have our early Best Actor favorite and he is – ta da— George Clooney, who turns in a flawless performance as a father forced to consider selling his family land in Hawaii after his wife suffers an accident and lapses into a coma. Written and directed by Alexander Payne, whose Sideways also exhibited his ability to make profound films with a light touch. From the Kaui Hart Hemmings novel, this film is one of the year’s best. Judy Greer, Matthew Lillard and Shailene Woodley are all brilliant in co-starring roles.

New on DVD Conan The Barbarian (R) Loyal fans –- and there are millions – have waited patiently for the fierce Cimmerian warrior to return to the big screen after the disappointing turn by Arnold Schwarzenegger. U n f o r t u n a t e l y, most didn’t go see this one in the theaters. This time former fashion model Jason Momoa does the honors, ably assisted by Rose McGowan and Stephen Lang and featuring a delicious turn by Mickey Rourke. The storyline, such as it is, centers around Conan encountering all sorts of enemies and creatures while he tries to save Hyboria, and he has no recourse but

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can count on ‘you’ to show up for yourself if things get difficult. Trust.

ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Try not to give too much power to the crazy person in your head this week. We all have a crazy person inside there and we all must do our best not to allow it to run the show. So for you this week will be about not making things overly dramatic, or overly obsessive in any way. Choose the path of least drama and allow your best self to lead the way.

LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Become aware of the things in your life that you tend to get serious about. Getting serious usually means that the ego is somehow involved in the situation. This may not be the time for your ego to be front and center. There are other concerns, mostly spiritual in nature that may need your ego to stand to the side for a little while. Put the serious ego aside.

TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) How about spending some time with all the people you love? It seems like a good time. Love is all around you and right now spending time with those people that do indeed love you will be like a healing balm. It’s good to be reminded now and again that you are loved and that it feels wonderful to love others. If you want to get serious about something then get serious about loving and allowing yourself to be loved. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Lots of movement and change and moments of doing nothing. This is by design this week, so make sure you go with the flow and follow this movement of energy. When it is time to go and do and be, then go and go. Just remember that when it is time to simply be and do nothing that you must do that as well. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Trust and having some faith are the mission this week. When in doubt trust a little bit more. Trust the Universe has things well in hand and remember to trust yourself that you

VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) If you could surrender expectations and all the things you think ‘should’ be different you would find that you are actually a very happy person. If only. Accepting the reality of how things are, surrendering to that reality and then moving forward to change it if you want is the point of power. Resist the draw towards feelings of disappointment and see things as an opportunity to move in a more creative direction. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Not the time to make yourself smaller or diminish yourself in any way. Pay attention to your thoughts and words and see if you aren’t toning yourself down, editing yourself and in some ways giving your power away. You are not too big, your energy is not too big; you are exactly the right size that the Universe would have you be. Be big! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Keep your focus this week. Your energy is a bit supercharged this week and you will have moments of instant manifestation,

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America’s oldest teenager, Dick Clark, grew up in Drexel Hill,PA, a neighbor of fellow announcer Ed McMahon. Clark always loved music, and was a guest host on Bob Horn’s Bandstand, which debuted in 1952. Clark took over the renamed “American Bandstand” and on his first show in 1957 interviewed Elvis Presley. The show ran daily until 1963 and as a weekly until 1987. Clark created “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” in 1972 and with two exceptions –once when he was recovering from a stroke – he’s hosted ever since. He was involved in several game shows – he created and hosted the popular “$10,000 Pyramid.” He’s won four Emmys and a Peabody award, but he is probably best known for his youthful appearance. Once, on an episode of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” Clark appears as himself. Carlton jokingly asks, “How come I got older and you stayed the same age?” instant karma in a way. If your head is in a bad or negative place then it is likely you will see very quickly the manifestation of those thoughts. So keep your head in a good place and keep your focus on all that there is to be grateful for. Tis the season. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Look for the win/win in situations this week. All paths are leading to Rome and you are too far along in your journey not to reach your destination. Take a second, look at things which seem to be ‘problems’ and see if there isn’t some hidden opportunity in there. Think win/win. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Lets review the rules of negotiation. 1 - Show up, 2 - pay attention, 3 tell the truth and 4 - don’t be attached to the outcome. You will need to keep the outcome open ended in order for things to be a true negotiation. Otherwise it will come off as a series of demands and it won’t be constructive. Just tell the whole truth and allow the chips to fall where they may. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Do you really want to be the judgmental one in the crowd? Come on, I know you can see things that others can’t, so why not

cut us all some slack and leave your judgments aside for a bit. We all have a dark side and if you continue to be judgmental toward other people’s dark side, you will only confront more of it. Think about it. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Magical time for you Pisces. Going with the flow has led you to this place and this week should allow you to feel the rewards for your patience. Look around and see the synchronicities and feel the flow and remind yourself of how real it all is. Remain flexible and fluid, as is your nature and you will end up exactly where you need to and most likely know you want to be. NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read the sign before or after your birthday. Asher Lee is a professional Astrologer and Tarot reader. She is an interfaith minister, and has been giving spiritual counsel on the East End for more than 20 years. Asher lectures and teaches on metaphysics and related topics. She is available for private and group consultations. For further information call 631727-0711. For extended horoscope on the web at


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Hampton Coffee Company Hampton Coffee Company in Westhampton Beach now offers three delicious egg sandwiches that are grilled-to-order and served all day. “Our customers have been asking the Westhampton Beach cafe to serve the egg sandwiches that are so popular in our Water Mill location for years,” said company co-owner Theresa Belkin.  “Now we are happy to be able to offer these high quality gourmet breakfast sandwiches at prices that won’t break the bank.”  Selections include bacon, egg, and cheese on focaccia; ham, egg, and cheese on crisp whole wheat flatbread; and egg and cheese on focaccia. At Hampton Coffee Company in Water Mill, new additions include homebaked mini corn muffins now served with their homemade vegetarian chili and a cool, creative kid’s meal served on a special painter’s palette. Both locations of Hampton Coffee Company are open 6 AM to 6 PM every day all year. The Water Mill sit-down restaurant serves from 7

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Art & Dine The Living Room Restaurant in East Hampton at c/o The Maidstone announces the start of the popular Art & Dine series at The Living Room. The series features special dinners highlighting guest artists, writers, musicians and more. The first dinner in the 2011-2012 series will be held on Tuesday and will feature gallerist and curator Eric Firestone being interviewed by Heather Buchanan. The evening will begin at 6:30 PM with a meet and greet with the special guests followed by a prix fixe dinner of two courses prepared by Executive Chef James Carpenter with a cookie plate for dessert and a glass of wine. After dinner, Heather Buchanan will lead a lively discussion with Eric Firestone. The cost of the evening is $36 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Continued on page B-12.


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AMAGANSETT GANSETT GREEN MANOR Charming furnished cottages, suites and studios situated on 2 secluded acres in the heart of the village. All units have full kitchens and gas heat. Rent includes electric, cable, wireless, off street parking and snow removal. Pets allowed. From $900-$1,500 monthly. 631-267-3133


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