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Don’t miss a hot night at a cool museum at the 23rd annual 6 16 12 summer benefit for the South Fork Natural History Museum “SOFO Christie Brinkley Goes SOHO” on Saturday from 6 to 8:30 PM. The evening will honor Christie Brinkley and have South Fork natural History Museum (SOFO) celebrity DJs Nick Cohen and Alexandra Richards. For tickets contact Linda B. Shapiro at LBS Productions, 631-329-5480 or email lbspro@optonline.net. A HOt nigHt At A COOl MuSeuM

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Patrons louise d. & Steven J. Bergerson Blue Ocean institute Michael Cinque & Family Jeffrey r. Cohen, Cohen goldstein Silpe Annie & ian Cumming Harriet & richard deMato William B. Finneran Alice & nathan gantcher Karin gewirtz & Margo Manhattan genie & Harvey Horowitz HSBC Private Bank J.P. Morgan Private Bank laurie & Martin Kaplan Kristina & Bruce lewin Michael W. McConnell Bill Miller & Associates Kim & Philip Pape Andrea & david reiser

Sponsors Bridgehampton national Bank Marilyn & Sonny Cohn daria Culver events Allen dalton Productions lois & Stewart gross Hint Water the Mulvihill Family Party up Productions Julie ratner

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Sculptor Jonathan Pearlman will have his second annual solo exhibition at the Water Mill Museum. The show opens tomorrow and runs through July 9. An opening reception will take place June 24 from 11 AM to 1 PM.

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Films on The Haywall at Marders in Bridgehampton start this Friday in partnership with the Hamptons International Film Festival. The outdoor film series kicks off with Hal Ashby’s Being There at 9 PM. For a schedule of all films visit www.silasmarder. com.

WORDS “Bloomsday” is a commemoration and celebration of the life of Irish writer James Joyce. On Saturday at 5 PM, local writer John McCaffrey, along with New York City-based author Douglas Light, whose new book Girls in Trouble follows the success of his debut novel, East Fifth Bliss, recently made into a feature film starring Michael C. Hall, will be at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor to read original stories in the Joycean tradition. The evening will also feature a Joyce-inspired performance by actor and vocalist Mark Singer. For more info call 631-725-4296.

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Bay Street Theatre presents “The Ivy League Of Comedy” on Monday hosted by emcee Shaun Eli and will feature the stand-up fun with Myq Kaplan, Joe DeVito and Dan Naturman as seen on “The Tonight Show,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Conan,” “The Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” and Comedy Central. For tickets call 631-725-9500.

MUSIC Kris Ambrose, artist, composer and singer will perform at the new outdoor stage venue at Burns Park across from the Vail Leavitt Theater at the Riverhead Blues Festival on Sunday at 2 PM. Ambrose will perform songs from his newly released album “American Dream.”

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Grand Underwriters dan & rae emmett & emmett Foundation thomas Kaplan & daphne recanati Kaplan Andrew e. Sabin Andrew Sabin Family Foundation Annette Sabin the Jeff tarr Family Underwriters Barbara & Stanley Arkin gretchen & Jay Jordan the independent Bicky & george Kellner Peter r. & Cynthia K. Kellogg Foundation Candace & Pat Malloy Fred Manochurian diane & Joseph Steinberg Benefactors ester & Jerry Ansel Bulgin & Associates lisa venus & John grunow Ben Jacobson Jeffrey Keil Hyunja & Jeff Kenner

Sara & Bernhard Kiembock robert Morris, rampart group insurance Associates dan Shedrick lyss & Brian Stern gail & Sam tobias Suzzanne & Jack Whitmore

Stephanie & Fred Shuman leila & Melville Straus Barbara & Alan Washkowitz nancy & Marshall Wendell dolores Zebrowski the donald & Barbara Zucker Family Foundation

Patrons louise d. & Steven J. Bergerson Blue Ocean institute Michael Cinque & Family Jeffrey r. Cohen, Cohen goldstein Silpe Annie & ian Cumming Harriet & richard deMato William B. Finneran Alice & nathan gantcher Karin gewirtz & Margo Manhattan genie & Harvey Horowitz HSBC Private Bank J.P. Morgan Private Bank laurie & Martin Kaplan Kristina & Bruce lewin Michael W. McConnell Bill Miller & Associates Kim & Philip Pape Andrea & david reiser

Sponsors Bridgehampton national Bank Marilyn & Sonny Cohn daria Culver events Allen dalton Productions lois & Stewart gross Hint Water the Mulvihill Family Party up Productions Julie ratner

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Kim Pape x lisa Schifter greenberg lyss Stern x gail tobias x Samantha Yanks MuSiC BY

nick Cohen & Alexandra richards

Special Contributors Amagansett Wine & Spirits Pine ridge Winery, a subsidiary of leucadia national Corporation Sabin Metal Corporation Wainscott Wine & Spirits Wรถlffer estate Winery

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Saturday night I attended the Hamptons nightclub South Pointe in Southampton. South Pointe continues this summer to be on top of the party scene out here. With some of the best DJ's in the business headlining, it's no wonder it's so tough to get past the velvet ropes. We do recommend making a table reservation. You don't want to end up begging to get in, that's never a good look. Last summer the club saw the likes of Calvin Harris, Funkagenda, and Max Vangeli. On Saturday, DJ A-Trak took the stage and the crowd went wild. Whether you're inside on the dance floor or outdoor at a reserved cabana, South Pointe is perfect for a summer night. For more info visit www.southpointeny.com.

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The 2nd Annual Paws Across The Hamptons Dog Walk took place on Saturday to benefit the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. The event attracted over 200 walkers. Chuck and Ellen Scarborough, Andy Sabin, Jean and Martin Shafiroff, Karen LeFrak, Southampton Village Mayor Mark Epley and his wife Marianne, Bob Chaloner and Jane and Bob Edelman were among the huge wave of walkers. Hampton Coffee Company provided coffee and Jim Turner played music.


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My Brilliant Divorce

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Angela, played by Polly Draper in the one women show My Brilliant Divorce is spectacular. The American premier of My Brilliant Divorce is Bay Street Theatre's first main stage production of the season. Draper brings to life a middle aged women going through the ups and downs of a new divorce. Her husband, “the round head,” as she refers to him, leaves her for a younger woman at the same time her daughter moves out of their London home. She’s left to cope with a disapproving mother, and a shifty attorney. The production is poignant, insightful and very funny. The next few years for Angela are tough. She becomes depressed, alienated and suffers from hypochondria . . . Did I mention that this is a comedy? During these hardships she manages to have the audience in stitches, while bringing us to tears at just the right moments. The production by Geraldine Aron is directed by Matt McGrath. Draper, who does a wonderful job, embraces the audience. She is no stranger to the stage with broadway credits including Closer, Brooklyn Boy, and Crazy He Calls Me. Off the stage she is currently filming a role in Steven Soderbergh's Bitter Pill. You have also seen Draper in Showtimes series "The Big C," and in the film My Idiot Brother and ABC's series "Thirtysomething." My Brilliant Divorce is a fantastic production for any audience members who want a night out that is full of laughs. The show runs through June  24. For tickets visit www. baystreet.org or call 631-725-9500.

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PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS Musical Commentary by Paul Schenly, Pianofest Director “Pizzazz, Passion, and Elegance at Pianofest Performance.” —Headline, East Hampton Star “One very exciting series of piano performances throughout the East End ... Their performances are not to be missed.” —Dan’s Papers

2012 CONCERT SCHEDULE Levitas Center for the Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton Monday, June 18 at 5:30 p.m. Avram Theater at Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway Mondays, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, and August 6 at 5:30 p.m.

Additional Concerts: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, East Hampton Wednesdays, June 20, 27, and July 25 at 6:00 p.m. Brookhaven National Laboratory Wednesdays, June 27 and July 25 at 12:00 p.m. Southampton Historical Museum Special Gala Benefit Concert Saturday, July 14 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Featuring Broadway Star Melissa Errico, accompanied by her father, Michael Errico

Monday tickets are $20 and are sold at the door only. Student tickets are free. All concerts are followed by receptions to meet the artists. For more detailed information, please visit our website: w w w. p i a n o f e s t . c o m or call Pianofest’s office phone: (631) 329-9115


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Robert Stanton, Kahan James and Jennifer Regan By Jessica Mackin

I LUV a good comedy, so I was thrilled to see LUV, at Guild Hall in East Hampton. The show is written by Murray Schisgal and directed by Lonny Price. It is a production that does not disappoint. The audience was LUVing every moment. The show stars up-and-coming TV star Kahan James who plays Harry Berlin, a suicidal, half crazy, man looking for meaning in life. Obie-winner Robert Stanton plays Milt Manville, Harry Berlin's college buddy that inter venes with his suicide attempt at the Brooklyn Bridge. Emerging star Jennifer Regan plays Ellen Manville, Milts wife, an intellectual, he is trying to divorce. In a stunning performance by all three, Milt convinces Harry to fall in love with his wife Ellen as a way to get his life back on track, and solve

Harry's marital problems. What unfolds is a hilarious comedy about the tangled web of relationships between the three. What happens next? That’s something you'll have to find out for yourself. The Tony Award nominated LUV opened on Broadway in 1964 and helped establish the careers of the likes of Alan Arkin, Anne Jackson, and Eli Wallach. A timeless story to this day. Find LUV at Guild Hall through July 1. The show runs Tuesday through Sunday through June 30 with performances at 8 PM, besides June 17 and July 1 when show time is at 2 PM. To buy tickets visit www.guildhall. org or call the box office at 631324-0806.

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Off The Record! The Independent Newspaper & Hampton Daze Magazine are thrilled to announce our first annual event, “Off The Record - Wine & Dine.” The event will take place on July 12 from 6 to 11 PM in the ballroom at 230 Elm in Southampton. The first two hours of the event will include a VIP food and wine tasting. At 8 PM, a party featuring fashion presentations, and dancing. We are currently looking for chefs, restaurants and vineyards that are looking to take part in this memorable event. For more info email jessica@indyeastend.com. To buy tickets visit www.indyeastend.com. The event will also include a silent auction to benefit the Southampton Historical Museum. Swim Across America Wendy Tarlow, Thomas Joseph Hand and Team Tarlow and Hand are hosting a fundraiser at B. Smith’s in Sag Harbor tomorrow from 6 to 9 PM. This charity event is to raise awareness and donations for their Swim Across America event the Hamptons Swim To Fight Cancer that takes place on July 7 at Fresh Pond in Amagansett. For more info visit www. teamtarlowsaa.com.

Artists Against Abuse The Artists Against Abuse benefit for the Retreat will take place on Saturday from 6 PM to 10 PM at The Ross School Lower Campus in Bridgehampton. The event will honor Joan Hornig and Dan Rizzie. For tickets call 631-329-4398. Arf Garden Tour A self-guided tour of five delightful gardens, and the Rose Show at the Rogers Memorial Library, in the Village of Southampton takes place from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday. Cocktail party immediately follows at a 40+ acre estate in Sag Harbor. Tickets are $75 for the tour and $175 for the tour and cocktail party. For tickets visit www.arfhamptons. org or call 631-537-0400 ext. 216. East End Special Players A Benefit for the East End Special Players will take place on Saturday from 4 to 7 PM in Sagaponack at the home of Hans Van de Bovenkamp. The event includes cocktails, garden tour, silent and Dutch auctions, and a behind-the-scenes view of EESP at work. Admission is $50. Visit www. eastendspecialplayers.com. SOFO Goes SOHO Don’t miss a hot night at a cool museum at the 23rd annual summer benefit for the South Fork Natural History Museum. The Independent

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is proud to announce its lead media sponsorship of “SOFO Goes SOHO” on Saturday from 6 to 8:30 PM. The evening, which takes place at the museum, will honor Christie Brinkley for her contributions as a concerned environmentalist, especially on the East End of Long Island which is her home with her three children, Alexa Ray, Jack and Sailor. The energy for the evening will be pumped up by celebrity DJs Nick Cohen and Alexandra Richards, daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and famous fashion model Patti Hansen. Chairs for the star-studded event are Kim Pape, Lisa Schifter, Lyss Stern, Samantha Yanks and Gail Tobias.
Make sure to wear your hottest “hipster” outfit for a night which will be a huge departure from the eternal “dinner dance.” The entertainment and clubby decor will make a “rocker” out of the most refined party goers. Complimented by open bar and fabulous, sumptuous hors d’oevures, this is an event you do not want to miss! Regular tickets are $250 and up and junior tickets, for those 30 and under, are $125. A private cabana area which will include dedicated staff with food and bottle service, is available to all sponsors that donate $5000 and up. For tickets and further information contact Linda B. Shapiro at LBS Productions, 631-329-5480 or email lbspro@optonline.net. For more information on the South Fork Natural History Museum visit www. sofo.org.

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WHBPAC Join the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center for its 10th Annual Golf Tournament and Cocktail Party at the Westhampton Country Club on Monday. Foursomes are available for $1600 and include a full breakfast, lunch and cocktail reception. For more info call 631288-2350. League of Women Voters The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons offers residents a chance to raise their gardening IQ by attending a Rose Garden Luncheon and fundraiser on June 20 at noon at a private home in Southampton. Reservations are requested by Friday with co-chairs Gladys Remler at 631-288-9021 or Ursula Lynch at 631-288-4721. Live Out Loud The 4th annual Live Out Loud benefit will take place on June 23 at 6 PM at the waterfront home of Bruce T. Sloane in East Hampton. For more info visit www.liveoutloud.info. Judy Carmichael The Rogers Memorial Library Foundation presents the 2012 summer benefit concert featuring the Judy Carmichael Trio. The event takes place on June 24 at the library at 6:30 PM in Southampton. For tickets call 631-283-0774. Stony Hill The Stony Hill Stable Foundation, an organization that promotes equine sports and riding education in the East End community, will host a benefit cocktail party to be held at the stable in Amagansett on June 30 from 6 to 8 PM.

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Duck Walk Vineyard Saturday, Duck Walk Vineyard North presents George Tebbit and Duck Walk Vineyard South presents Mark Negron. On Sunday at Duck Walk South it’s Joe Caggiano. All performances from 1 to 5 PM. Kris Ambrose Kris Ambrose, artist, composer and singer will perform at the new outdoor stage venue at Burns Park across from the Vail Leavitt Theater at the Riverhead Blues Festival on Sunday at 2 PM. Ambrose will per form songs from his newly released album “American Dream.”

Film Film at Marders Films on The Haywall at Marders start this Friday in partnership with the Hamptons International Film Festival. The outdoor film series kicks off with Hal Ashby’s Being There at 9 PM. For a schedule of all films visit www. silasmarder.com.

Comedy All Stars Bay Street Theatre presents “The Ivy League Of Comedy” on Monday hosted by emcee Shaun Eli and will feature the stand-up fun with Myq Kaplan, Joe DeVito and Dan Naturman as seen on “The Tonight Show,” “David Letterman,” “Conan O’Brien,” “Craig Ferguson,” and Comedy Central. For tickets call 631-725-9500.

Theatre My Brilliant Divorce My Brilliant Divorce, written by Geraldine Aron and directed by Matt McGrath is in production at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. The one-woman show tells the story of American ex-pat Angela whose irritatingly round-headed British husband takes off. She’s left to cope with a disapproving mother, a shifty attorney and a bad case of hypochondria. The show runs through June 24. For more info visit www.baystreet.org. LUV The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton presents LUV

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by Murray Schisgal, directed by Lonny Price. Starring up and coming TV star Kahan James, Obie-winner Robert Stanton, and Broadway’s Jennifer Regan. The show opens Tuesday and runs through July 1. For schedule visit www.guildhall.org.

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writer James Joyce. On Saturday at 5 PM, local writer John McCaffrey, along with New York City-based author Douglas Light, whose new book Girls in Trouble follows the success of his debut novel, East Fifth Bliss, recently made into a feature film starring Michael C. Hall, will be at Canio’s to read original stories in the Joycean tradition. The evening will also feature a Joyce-inspired performance by actor and vocalist Mark Singer. For more info call 631725-4296.

Gallery Walk

By Jessica Mackin

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Fax them to 631324-6496 or e-mail to Jessica@ indyeastend.com.

OPENING Jonathan Pearlman Sculptor Jonathan Pearlman will have his second annual solo exhibition at the Water Mill Museum. The show opens tomorrow and runs through July 9. An opening reception will take place June 24 from 11 AM to 1 PM.

ONGOING The Drawing Room The Drawing Room in East Hampton presents “New Season, New Address” a group exhibition on display through June 25. For more info call 631-324-5016. Color & Contrast “Color & Contrast,” an exhibition by three artists Dinah Maxwell Smith, Norm Lowe, and Molly Dougens is on display at the 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton through Monday. Halsey Mckay The Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton presents Lauren Luloff and Ben Blatt. The show runs through Tuesday. Call 631-604-5770. Fireplace Project The Fireplace Project in Springs presents Video Lounge with videos by various artists selected by Edsel Williams. The show will run through Sunday. Davenport & Shapiro Davenpor t & Shapiro Fine Arts in East Hampton opens its summer season with an emerging contemporary art show featuring rising New York artists, Eddie Rehm and Emanuel Buckvar. The show will have a closing reception on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM. For more info call 631-604-5525.

Dinah Maxwell Smith's “BEACH READ” at 4 North Main in Southampton.

Art on the Edge Now in its third consecutive year, “Art on the Edge” comes to the newly launched Vered Contemporary in East Hampton. “Art on the Edge,” the only exhibition of its kind in the Hamptons, is an annual survey of new contemporary art featuring the most provocative new painters, sculptors and photographers working in their respective mediums today. The show continues through June 25. Among the talented and internationally renowned artists to have exhibited in these yearly showcases are Colin Christian, AJ Fosik, Raul Higuera, Kris Lewis, Brandi Milne, Kathie Olivas, Paco Peregrin, and Brandt Peters. For more info visit www. veredcontemporary.com. The Big Show 7 The Silas Marder Galler y in Bridgehampton presents “The Big Show 7.” Each year, Marders invites over 50 national and international artists to participate, aiming for an eclectic mix of emerging and established talent. Participating artists are given three 8” X 10” blank canvases, and are offered little direction other than being asked to “reflect on where they are in their current body of work.” This year’s exhibition will feature works by William Steiger, Jill Musnicki, Perry Burns, Jeff Muhs, Rex Lau, Shelley Reed, Cornelia Foss, Nathan Slate Joseph, Janet Culbertson, Alice Moore Hope, Carol Hunt, Gavin Zeigler and Christian Little. The show will run through June 24. For more information contact the gallery at 631-702-2306.


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SL East E M M G r o u p ’s S L E a s t h a s returned to the Hamptons social scene this summer for its second season in East Hampton. Once again, SL East will play host to an even more exclusive line-up of live performances and DJ’s for a special nightlife experience. Also new to the venue this year is a fully functional outdoor patio bar to accompany its accommodating spread of renewed cabana lounges. Open Saturdays through Labor Day weekend and Sundays on holiday weekends. On Thursdays the venue hosts Deja Vu Thursday’s with open bar from 10 to 11 PM and half price bottles. For more info visit www.sleast.com. Beach Bar Beach Bar in Hampton Bays opens its doors for its 20th season. Open Friday and Saturday nights at 10 PM. More info call 631-723-3100. Georgica Mondays Every Monday night Georgica in Wainscott offers a three course prix fixe for $25 starting at 8 PM and half price bottle service. Music by DJ Vibe with guest DJ’s each week. For reservations call 631-537-6255. 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. Twilight Thursday Twilight Thursday at Wolffer Vineyards in Sagaponack takes place every Thursday from 5 to 8 PM. Muse in the Harbor Muse in the Harbor in Sag Harbor will introduce live music by local favorite, Jim Turner every Sunday starting at 6 PM.  For more info call 631-899-4810. Andrra Andrra will host a guest DJ every Thursday night to spin favorites from the 80s from 11 PM to 2 AM.  On Sundays, Telly Karoussos will play acoustic Mediterranean tunes from 4:30 to 6:30 PM followed by a night in Ibiza with guest DJs weekly from 11 PM to 2 AM. For more info call 631-329-3663.

Live Jazz Pierre’s in Bridgehampton hosts live jazz at 6:30 PM on Sunday and Tuesday. For more info visit www. pierresbridgehampton.com. Harbor Grill Harbor Grill in East Hampton will host live music performances every Saturday from 7 to 10 PM. Different musicians will take the stage each week to ensure a variety of music styles. For more info call 631-6045290. Stephen Talkhouse Tonight, Alejandro Escovedo with opening act Jesse Malin at 8 PM.Tomorrow, Joe Delia & Thieves at 9 PM. Friday, Inda Eaton at 8 PM and Booga Sugar at 10 PM. Saturday, Kinky Friedman at 8 PM and LHT at 10 PM. Sunday, Winston Irie at 10 PM. Monday is DJ night at 10 PM. Tuesday, Phil Farrell at 9 PM and Von Shakes at 10 PM. For more info visit www.stephentalkhouse. com. Sloppy Tuna The Sloppy Tuna in Montauk hosts ladies night on Tuesdays and Thursdays with $2 drinks for ladies from 11 PM to 1 AM. For more info call 631-647-8000. 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. Thursdays at 9:30 PM is karaoke with Jim and Nancy. Every Tuesday night, a Beach Concert Series. For more info call 631-6682345. The Canal Room The Canal Room in Southampton opening weekend presents Rubix Kube and DJ Brooklyn Dawn on Friday at 9:30 PM and Bay Side Tigers with Dustin Diamond on Saturday. For more info visit www. canalroom.com. Open Mic Night Every Wednesday Johnny B hosts an Open Mic Night at the Quogue East Pub from 9 PM to midnight. Sign up is at 8 PM. For more info call 631-653-6677. 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.

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 6•13•12 • Integral yoga for $5 a class and a free open gym are at 9:30 AM and noon, respectively, at the Montauk Playhouse. Call the playhouse at 631-668-1612 for more information on scheduled events. • There’s a farmer’s market at the American Legion In Amagansett every Wednesday from 9 AM to 1 PM. THURSDAY 6•14•12 • The 26th annual shark tournament will take place at Star Island Yacht Club in Montauk beginning today at 6 AM and ending on Saturday at 6 PM. For more info call 631-668-5052. • The Montauk Farmer’s Market on the Green will run every Thursday this summer from 9 AM to 1 PM, sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce. Call 631-668-2428 for more info. FRIDAY 6•15•12 • The East Hampton Village Board of Trustees will hold its regular meeting at the Emergency Services Building on Cedar Street at 11 AM. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • All are welcome to participate in “Turbo-Tri to Benefit i-Tri,” beginning at Maidstone Park in Springs at 6 PM. Race as an individual or as a team in a 300 yard bay swim, seven mile bike ride and one and half mile run. Racers should arrive by 5 PM. There will be an after race dinner with drinks and music at the pavillion. $100 per participant. Additional tickets for the dinner are $25. Registration closing date is on Thursday. Register at www.itrigirls.org/turbo-tri. Call 516-617-5721 for more info. • The East Hampton Historical Society presents a day of colonial history at Mulford Farm. From 10 AM to 4 PM, colonial era artillery, medicine, crafts and fashion, plus historic re-enactments of the 3rd New York Regiment and a brigade of the American Revolution will be on display. From 7:30 to 9:30 PM, explore the camp by firelight and join in a barn dance. Located at 10 James Lane in East Hampton. Free admission. • The Montauk Community Church hosts the Women’s Guild rummage sale from 9 AM to noon. Every Saturday until Labor Day. • Celebrate summer with a lobster dinner from 5 to 8 PM at Springs Presbyterian Church. Local lobster, cole slaw, corn bread, potatoes and more will be served for $35 per person. Reservations only, quantities limited. For tickets call 631-324-4791, 631-655-2293 or 631-324-5951 or email springschurch@optonline.net. • All are welcome to join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for a three mile hike through Stony Hill/George Sid Miller Jr. Trail, beginning at 10 AM. Meet at the Fresh Pond parking lot in Amagansett. Call 631-238-8539 for more info. The Society also invites all to a 12 mile through Hither Woods in Montauk. Meet at Rod’s Valley, west end of Navy Road, at 10 AM. Call 631-283-4591 or 917-584-7280 (the day of hike) for more information. WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society invites all to two hikes: one is a kayak trip through Goose Creek beginning at Maidstone Park in Springs at 9 AM, the other is a three mile hike through Gunnunks Garden at 10 AM. For the first trip, bring your own boat

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Southampton SATURDAY 6•16•12 • All are welcome to “Small Space Gardening” at Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton, from 10 to 11:30 AM. $5 per person, rain cancels. SUNDAY 6•17•12 • “Father’s Day Long Pond Greenbelt Ramble” is from 8 to 10 AM in Sag Harbor. Meet at the end of Round Pond Lane for a moderately-paced hike with spectacular views of Round Pond, Long Pond, Little Long Pond, and Crooked Pond. Call 631-745-0689 for more information. • Marders in Bridgehampton hosts a free lecture on roses at 10 AM. All are welcome. WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • Enjoy “Bayscaping with the Peconic Baykeeper,” with Kevin McAllister. Sponsored by the Town of Southampton, bayscaping is an environmental ethic, which recognizes the intrinsic connection between land and water. Meet at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center, 1061 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike at 6:30 PM. For more information call 631-287-5720.

North Fork THURSDAY 6•14•12 • Martha Clara Vineyards hosts a Retro Tupperware Party. Come join top selling Tupperware consultant and everyone’s favorite sassy relative Aunt Barbara for a glass of wine (included in ticket price) and bring a snack! $10 in advance, $15 at door, $5 goes to Tupperware purchase. Please no coolers. Call 631-2980075 for more info. FRIDAY 6•15•12 • Hallockville Museum Farm presents two guided tours this weekend. Choose from the 19th century Homestead Tour to experience Victorian—era farm life, or the 20th century Depression-era tour to learn about the Polish immigrant experience on the North Fork. $7 for adults, $5 seniors and kids five to 12. Discounts for both tours or groups of four. All proceeds go to support Hallockville Museum Farm, call 631-2985292 for more info. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • All are welcome to “Controlling Disease in the Vegetable Garden” at the Ag Center at Charnews Farm, located at 3005 Youngs Avenue in Southold. Goes from 10 AM to noon. $5 per person, rain or shine. Call 631283-3195 to reserve your spot. SUNDAY 6•17•12 • Long Island artist, composer and singer Kris Ambrose will perform at the outdoor stage at Burns Park across from the Vail Leavitt Theater at the Riverhead Blues Festival at 2 PM.

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Montauk Library 631-668-3377 SATURDAY 6•16•12 • “Meet Charles Dickens” with Bob Spiotto is at 7:30 PM. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 THURSDAY 6•14•12 • A Father’s Day story time and craft is at 4 PM. FRIDAY 6•15•12 • A “Day at the Beach” art program is at 3:30 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 THURSDAY 6•14•12 • “Record-a-Family Memory” workshop is at 6 PM. FRIDAY 6•15•12 • “Ebay 101” is at 12:45 PM. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • “Rad Dads” story and craft time is at 3 PM. Submit your artwork to be featured as “The Independent’s Artist Of The Week.” Email submissions to photos@indyeastend.com to have your artwork considered for publication!

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Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0774 THURSDAY 6•14•12 • Kids in grades second through fifth can “Celebrate Dad!” by creating a flag pennant and designing cards. Starts at 4 PM. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • The 36th Annual Rose Show begins at the Morris Meeting Room. Rose exhibitors will be there from 7 to 10 AM and will set up their roses from 1 to 4 PM. Open to the public. Call 631-740-4732 or email events@ southamptonrose.org to register for the event. MONDAY 6•18•12 • My Week with Marilyn will be shown at 3 PM. • Sign-up for the 2012 Teen Summer Reading Club begins today at the library. WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • A bus trip to New York City leaves from behind the Parrish Art Museum at 8:15 AM. Two drop-offs will be at the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Pick-up is at 42nd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues at 5:45 PM. $27 includes Jitney and light snack. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241

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THURSDAY 6•14•12 • Enjoy healthy Lao cooking with Penn Hongthong at 7 PM. Demonstrations will include grilled lemongrass chicken, grilled pork, cucumber salad and more. TUESDAY 6•19•12 • “Kayaking on Long Island” is from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Learn kayak safety, variety of kayaks and which one is right for you and where to kayak.

WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • Crocheting will be from 7 to 8:30 PM. Hampton Library 631-537-0015 THURSDAY 6•14•12 • “Vietnam Veteran/Author Talk on Flag Day” is at 5:30 PM. Phil Keith will discuss Black Horse Riders: An Extraordinary Rescue Mission and more on his three tours served in Vietnam as a naval aviator. FRIDAY 6•15•12 • AARP Defensive Driving is at 9:30 AM. $17 for AARP members, $19 for non-members. Make check or money order payable to AARP, no cash will be accepted. Part one of two sessions. Call 631-5370015 for more info. • Make a special place for the birds to live this summer using a milk carton and twigs in “Broken Branch Bird Houses” from 3:30 to 5 PM. For kids in grades seventh and up. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • “Create Your Own Jewelry Workshop” is at 3 PM. TUESDAY 6•19•12 • “Beat a Leaf Summer Journals” craft is at 3:30 PM. For kids in grades seventh and up. Mattituck-Laurel Library 631-298-4134 FRIDAY 6•15•12 • The Iron Lady will be shown at 1:30 PM. TUESDAY 6•19•12 • Health insurance counseling is at 1:30 PM. Call the library for an appointment. Riverhead Library 631-727-3228 FRIDAY 6•15•12 • Small business counseling is at 10 AM. MONDAY 6•18•12 • Suffolk County Department of Labor Job Fair is from 11 AM to 2 PM. WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • A book discussion on Gone With The Wind is at 7 PM. Southold Library 631-765-2077 FRIDAY 6•15•12 • Hugo will be shown at 4 PM. Floyd Memorial Library 631-477-0660 FRIDAY 6•15•12 • Sea Level will be shown at 3:30 PM. Snacks will be served. SATURDAY 6•16•12 • “Bloomsday: The Making of Molly Bloom” is at 3 PM. WEDNESDAY 6•20•12 • The Case of the Missing Servant will be discussed at 3:30 PM.

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Today’s Birthday: Paul Lynde, 1926 by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Great week to be your brave, bold self. Be willing to take a stand and hold out for what you want. If you hold firm, you may end up with more than you expected. You don’t have to fight, you just have to hold firm. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) This week is all about partners and real estate for some weird reason! Work with partners to bring your real estate dreams to fruition. Don’t be afraid of compromise or negotiation, others can only be helpful at this point. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) It is all about the talking this week. Feel free to talk and talk until you feel you are heard and remember that through communicating we can effect the minds and hearts of others. Say what you mean and mean what you say. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Too much thinking will not be a good thing this week, so do your best to quiet the voices of self doubt. If you really think about how you are thinking about things, you will see your thoughts are self-doubt driven. Trust yourself instead and trust that you will meet the future prepared. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Time to do the happy dance. This week is all about gratitude and joy, so see if you can catch the wave. Do you believe you are allowed to be happy? Will you give yourself permission? Look around and see how much you have achieved rather than looking around to find the next thing to fix. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) With Mars still in your sign you do need to follow the energy. This week is not about doing what you are ‘supposed’ to do all the time. It becomes about following what you are moved to do. Follow the energy and trust that you will eventually have the energy to do all you ‘have’ to do as well as those things you ‘want’ to do.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) So who is really part of your tribe? Who is it that truly ‘gets’ you and helps to make you more of who you are and who does not? Take the time to deepen the relationships with those that do ‘get’ you and know that it is okay to create more space between you and those who just don’t. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) It is all about self-esteem and believing in yourself right now. Trust your view of things; trust your ability to get things done. You are the only one who knows everything going on, so you are the best person to be making choices and decisions. You just have to trust yourself. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Touch things lightly and keep on moving. Your favorite kind of energy! Stay light and social and even playful. It is okay to take a break from the heavy stuff and do a little playing. Find your childlike center again and play! CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) No obsessing. It would be easy this week to let the crazy person in your head take the lead, but do you really want things to spin out of control? Avoid obsessive and excessive energy and people and do your best to stay centered, regardless of what is going on.

Very few comedians had the talent to make people laugh simply by talking, but Paul Lynde, best known for his work on “Hollywood Squares,” was nothing short of hilarious, and filled the center square from 1968 through 1981. Lynde, raised in Ohio, studied drama at Northwestern University with such future luminaries as Cloris Leachman, Patricia Neal, and Claude Atkins. Lynde worked on Broadway and television in the 50s and his role as the father in Bye Bye Birdie, on Broadway and then in the movie, made him a star. It seemed he was everywhere from then on: numerous guest appearances on TV (He was Uncle Arthur on “Bewitched”), voice over for many Hanna-Barbara cartoons, and a dozen movies, including Beach Blanket Bingo. He even recorded an album of original songs. His snarky putdowns were always clever but sometimes nasty; Lynde had a drinking problem that haunted him throughout his career. Lynde died of a heart attack in 1982, but he lives on in numerous cartoon characters that have adopted his unique campy voice pattern, which he in turn “borrowed” from Alice Ghostley. Michael Airington, along with the Lynde family, tours with his popular show “An Evening With Paul Lynde” in which he lovingly recreates the iconic comedian.

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Great week to use the energy to break free of anything that is limiting you or holding you back. Let go of the past and those relationships that do not help you move forward. Change and transformation are truly possible right now, so take a step. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) It is all about the truth – the whole truth. Speaking the truth and finding ways to use all your talents is the energy this week. People may not be able to see all that you are capable of simply because you have not shown them. So allow yourself to shine!

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Your Sister’s Sister (R) Director Lynn Shelton hasn’t had much commercial success – or artistic either, for that matter – with bombs like Humpday – but she fashioned a complex and rewarding dramedy with this one. Shelton attracted an excellent cast, and Emily Blunt, Mark Duplass, and Rosemarie DeWitt play off each other like seasoned pros. Part family drama, part sex farce, the film is convoluted but undeniably original.

New To Theaters Safety Not Guaranteed (R) Speaking of R rated dramedies starring Mark Duplass, here’s another one, opening almost simultaneously.

Newcomer Colin Trevorrow, working off a script from Derek Connolly, directs Duplass as an eccentric supermarket clerk who believes in time travel. It’s quirky and funny, and it comes from the folks who brought us Little Miss Sunshine. Like that movie, it’s a little film with a big heart. Jeff Garlin and Kristin Bell co-star.

Now On DVD John Carter The comic nook turned flick starring Taylor Kitsch of “Friday Night Lights” was a major bomb for Disney, a major shock considering director Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, Toy Story I, II) has two Oscars under his belt. It’s pretty silly, really, but we’ve seen worse action films gross $100 million.

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Now Playing Prometheus (R) * Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner) is back in the Sci-Fi genre, and he delivers a terrifying epic sure to be one of the summer’s most popular movies. Noomi Rapace (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) leads a stellar cast that includes Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, and Guy Pearce. Don’t miss it. The Loved Ones (NR) New director Dean Burns mines the Carrie vein with delightful results. When Lola asks Brent to take her to the prom and he says no Lola exacts her revenge – and bad things happen. It’s a good date flick. High School (R) It’s the summer season, and the teens love going to the movies. This comedy about an honor student who takes a toke and then finds out he has to take a mandatory drug test, should itch the scratch. Adrien Brody is delightfully over-the-top as the local drug dealer. All the Cheech and Chong stoner moves are on display, and every pot cliché used. In other words, the youth of America will relate.

Moonrise Kingdom * (PG-13) Wes Anderson (Bottle Rocket, Royal Tennenbaums) has assembled an incredible cast for this tale of two 12 year olds who run away into the wilderness as a violent storm approaches a New England island circa 1965. Bruce Willis plays the local sheriff, Ed Norton a scout leader, and Frances McDormand the mother of the girl as the frantic search intensifies with each passing hour. Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, co-star. Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward play the kids. Men In Black III (PG-13) East Hampton’s Barry Sonnenfeld brings his franchise back for Number 3 and like two old friends it’s great to see them again. They literally go back – in time, to save the world from creatures both grotesque and humorous. Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) have the usual snappy banter going, and Josh Brolin signs on as the wet-behind-the-ear newbie agent. Emma Thompson costars. The Dictator (NR) Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest is more of the same silliness, but this one has a few more laughs than his usual efforts. An allstar cast led by John C. Reilly, Ben Kingsley, and Megan Fox helps.

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The well known French restaurant Beaumarchais has moved east from the Meat Packing District to open an outpost on Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton, properly named Beaumarchais A La Plage. After learning about their globally popular, over-the-top brunch parties I decided to try the famous "beau brunch" for myself. This is not your average brunch, it's a brunch party. Upon entering Beaumarcais you are transported to the French Riviera as the international DJ's play. Be ready to pop bottles and have your dancing shoes on. In true "beau brunch" fashion we started with a glass of Veuve Clicqout champagne, a light beverage in comparison to the table next to us that had ordered a bottle of Grey Goose for their table of four. At this brunch you're going to want to dance. It's a great place to go with a group celebrating a special occasion, even if the occasion is just

that it's a Saturday and you're in the Hamptons. If you're looking for a great party along with top of the line cuisine, this is the place to go. My friend and I decided to split the tartare de thon, tuna tartare with avocado and plantain chips. The

tuna was fresh and it was prepared beautifully. For our entrees, the omelette of the day and legumes grilles, the chef's daily assortment of grilled vegetables. Both were a perfect brunch meal. Other menu items include le burger Beaumarcais, ground sirloin with lettuce, tomato, pickles and choron sauce served on toasted brioche bread with pommes frites. Also try le croque monsieur,

ham, emmental and truffled creme fraiche on country bread. Beaumarcais is open for dinner Friday through Sunday starting at 7 PM as well as late night for dancing. Beau brunch is from 2 to 6 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Starting July 4 through Labor Day the restaurant will be open Wednesday through Sunday for dinner. Beaumarcais A La Plage 44 Three Mile Harbor East Hampton 212-675-2400 beaumarchaiseasthampton.com

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Fried Tortillas With Roasted Garlic Lentil Dip And Queso Blanco Ingredients (serves 4) 1 package of flour tortillas 1 10 oz package of lentils 6 cloves of garlic 4 c vegetable stock 1 qt cherry tomatoes 1/2 gallon vegetable oil 1 handful (sage) chopped 1 qt queso blanco salt and pepper Method First heat an oven to 400 degrees. Carefully heat the vegetable oil to 350 degrees in a large pot. Wrap the garlic in aluminum foil and roast in the oven for 30 minutes. Bring the four cups of vegetable stock to a boil. Add the lentils and bring down to a simmer. Allow the lentils to cook until all the stock is absorbed. When this happens add the roasted garlic to the lentil mixture. Season to your liking, and pulse three or four times in a food processor. This will help maintain some texture in your dip rather than pureeing it. At this point you are ready to fry

the tortillas. First cut them up into small triangles, then fry them two or three handfuls at a time, so as not to overcrowd the pot. Remove with a strainer and transfer over to a dry towel to drain. To plate, simply cover some chips with a bit of the lentil dip then crumble some queso blanco over top and finish with some chopped cherry tomatoes and freshly chopped sage. www.chefjoecipro.com

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