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The After Wife

On August 10 Gigi Levangie Grazer celebrated the release of “The After Wife.” Christopher Burch hosted an intimate cocktail party for the best-selling author at his Southampton estate.

The 18th annual juried fine art show, presented by the Montauk Artists’ Association, was held on the green in Montauk last weekend. Artists from all over the country, and the South Fork, braved iffy weather to show a wide array of fabulous creations.


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Hampton Daze Goes To Vegas

Hampton Daze took off to Las Vegas this past weekend. Here are some of the photo highlights.

The Flamingo Resort & Casino.

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Posing in a shoe at The Cosmopolitan.

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Sir Ivan hosted an event at his Water Mill castle on Saturday night. Guests were required to dress as exotic animals and bizarre creatures.

The Montauk Village Association’s Greenery Scenery Party was held this past Friday evening at the Montauk Lake Club. Roberta Gosman was this year’s 2012 honoree. Guests enjoyed food, cocktails, live auction and music by Vanessa Trouble and The Red Hot Swing. The MVA helps to keep Montauk green and clean.


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The Hollywood Reporter and Samsung Galaxy SIII hosted a private screening of “End of Watch,” an Open Road Film, this past Sunday evening at Goose Creek in Wainscott. Jake Gyllenhaal, who stars in the movie, and John Lesher, the producer, were in attendance. Guests included Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, Sandra Brant and Ingrid Sischy, Bob Balaban, Peter Brant Jr., Harry Brant, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Molly Sims, Katie Lee, Rufus Wainwright, Bruce Weber, Max Osterweis and Duncan Sheik. The movie is set to come out September 21.

Last Thursday evening the New Beginnings Community Center held its “A Night To Remember” gala at the Hyatt at the Aquarium in Riverhead. The honorees were given awards that were presented to them by Congressman Tim Bishop for the following: Robert Gaveglia (Survivor of the Year Award), Teresa Blasi (Survivor of the Year Award), Rosalie Joannou (Caregiver of the Year Award), Jerry Wolf (Angel of Hope Award). New Beginnings Community Center in Medford provides rehabilitation, management & recovery for people with traumatic brain injury, physical and cognitive disabilities or dementia. 


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Roar Carnival

Although rained out on Saturday, the Max Cure Carnival “roared” back on Sunday when over 1000 attendees enjoyed a magical afternoon filled with tons of children’s activities, incredible gourmet food, entertainers from the Big Apple Circus, a hot DJ, fabulous auction items and gift bags provided by TOWN. Mets Hall of Famer John Franco and his wife Rose and family arrived with an entourage of little girls to celebrate their daughter Ella’s birthday. Also in attendance were Edie Falco and her children and former New York Knick, Trent Tucker. Event Chairpersons were Robin Katz Boyarski, Alison Brettschneider, Lisa Daniel, Amy Kass, Bonnie Ponte, Ramy Sharp, Lyss Stern, Gail Tobias and Samantha Yanks. The event was inspired by a brave boy named Max. The Max Cure Foundation is a public charity dedicated to advancing cures for pediatric cancers, funding the development of less toxic treatments for children with the disease and assisting low-income families battling cancer in their children.

The Feminist Press, an independent nonprofit literary publisher, hosted a Southampton Party on Sunday at the home of Elaine Walsh and Brenda McGowan. There were readings by MC B. Smith, Florence Howe, Merle Hoffman, Isabel Sepulveda, and Blanche Wiesen Cook.


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Those of us who struggled to comprehend the study of science appreciate Dava Sobel’s unique gift – she brings science to life. Her latest book, A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos is a perfect example. Copernicus has always fascinated and inspired those who wonder about the universe. He is a perfect subject for Sobel, whose writing

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Individual Public Service Award from the National Science Board, “for fostering awareness of science and technology among broad segments of the general public.” Also in 2001, the Boston Museum of Science gave her its prestigious Bradford Washburn Award for her “outstanding contribution toward public understanding of science, appreciation of its fascination, and the vital role it plays in all our lives.” In 2008 the Astronomical Society of the Pacific gave her its Klumpke-Roberts Award for “increasing the public understanding and appreciation of astronomy.” This event is free and open to the public. For more information: 631-267-3810. The event, which begins at 6 PM, is part of the library’s “Authors After Hours Series.”

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CTREE At Sebonack Join the Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End tomorrow at Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton for an evening of cocktails and silent auction. For more info call 631-7792835. What’s On The Table? The “What’s On The Table?� fundraiser for the United Way of New York City will take place on

Saturday from 7 to 10 PM at the private Southampton home of Avis and Bruce Richards. Tom Colicchio and Lori Silverbush, Jon Bon Jovi and Dorothea Hurley, Susan Burden and Avis and Bruce Richards will host.

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Paddlers For Humanity “ S t a n d U p P a d d l e Te a m Challenge� will take place on Sunday from 2 to 4 PM at Fresh Pond Beach in Amagansett. The event will benefit Paddlers For Humanity. For more info visit www.p4h.org. Azuero Earth Project “Azuero on the Harbor� benefit for Azuero Earth Project will be held on September 1 at the home of Cindy Sherman in Springs. The event will include performances by Rufus Wainwright, Laurie Anderson,

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Film Film At Marders “Films on The Haywall” at Marders in Bridgehampton, in partnership with the Hamptons International Film Festival, continue this Friday. The outdoor film series hosts Philippe de Broca’s King Of Hearts at 9 PM. For a schedule of all films visit www. silasmarder.com. Surf Movie Sundays Sole East in Montauk presents “Surf Movie Sundays.” Attendance at the films, which will be shown outdoors after dark, is free and open to the public. For more info visit www. soleeast.com. Liszt’s Dance with the Devil Tonight the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall Red Carpet Film Series presents “Aimez-vous Liszt?” a screening of  Liszt’s Dance with the Devil, a film by pianist turned filmmaker Ophra Yerushalmi at 8 PM. A Q&A will follow with the filmmaker. Visit www.guildhall.org. A Star Is Born The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall Red Carpet Film Series presents “All Singin’, All Dancin’, All Judy,” A Cinematic Celebration of Judy Garland with a screening of A Star Is Born tomorrow at 8 PM. Visit www. guildhall.org. Wildlife Wildlife Conser vation Film Festivals presents “An Evening Amongst the Animals: Lions, Tigers, Bears and Oh My… Elephants!” tomorrow at Marders Gallery in Bridgehampton from 7:30 to 10 PM.

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who discuss their latest books and participate in question and answer exchanges with audience members, is this Friday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton with Mike Lupica, author of Game Changers and True Legends.

Celebrity Autobiography T he J o hn Dre w The at e r at Guild Hall presents “Celebrity Autobiography” with Scott Adsit, Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, and Jerry O’Connell Friday at 7 PM and 9:30 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org. Baking For Friends Kathleen King, owner of Tate’s Bake Shop, will host a book signing for her new cookbook Baking For Friends at her Southampton shop on Saturday from 3 to 5 PM.

Comedy Jim Breuer The Comedy Club at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor continues on Monday with comedian Jim Breuer at 8 PM. Visit www.baystreet.org.

Theatre The Mystery of Irma Vep The Mulford Repertory Theatre in East Hampton returns to the bucolic setting of the Mulford Barn this summer to perform the comedic cultclassic: The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam. Performances take place through August 31. Tickets are available at www.TheaterMania. com. Big Maybelle Bay Street Theatre will present the world premiere of the musical Big Maybelle: Soul Of The Blues as the third production of the 2012 Mainstage Season. Tony award winner Lillias White will play Maybelle Smith, written and directed by Paul Levine. The show runs through September 2. Visit www.baystreet.org.

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Music History of Art String Band Dick Cavett joins Audrey Flack and the History of Art String Band in a revealing celebration of the life stories of great artists at Guild Hall in East Hampton Saturday at 8 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org. Salomé Music Festival Rufus Wainwright and David Aaron Carpenter will star in The Salomé Chamber Orchestra’s new festival taking place Sunday through September 2. The festival will include a gala opening to benefit The Trevor Project and a free “Opera Under The Stars” concert at Agawam Park in Southampton. For more info on the festival visit www.salomechamber. org/concerts. Windmill Wednesday Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce presents “Windmill Wednesdays” with a performance by Ahmad Ali from 4 to 6 PM at the

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Hidden City Orchestra The Hidden City Orchestra will present a concert on Sunday at The Remsenburg Academy at 11 AM. For more information call 631-2766542.

Dance AC Ballet AC Ballet presents a double feature with “Caught Up In The Swing” and “7 Sins” at Guild Hall on Tuesday at 7:30 PM. Visit www. acballet.org. Green Afternoon Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre presents “Green Afternoon” a performance and installation at the home of architects Marcia Previti and Peter Gumpel in East Hampton on Saturday at 4:30 PM. Visit www. amandaselwyndtgreenafternoon. eventbrite.com for tickets.

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The exhibition entitled “Night Vision” features 13 recent paintings by Schnabel, and will run through September 11.

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Holy Crap! “Holy Crap!” curated by Michele Maccarone features art by Nate Lowman, Rob Pruitt, Dan Colen, and Piotr Uklanski at The Fireplace Project in Springs through September 17.

Adventure Bandits The Adventure Bandits will celebrate their first annual art show, the “Adventure” exhibition, showcasing art from a variety of young local artists sponsored by the Nova’s Ark Project in Bridgehampton. The show will feature artists Margaret Braun, Matisse Patterson, Chloe Gifkins, Alex Larsen and Scott Bluedorn. The event starts Saturday at 5 PM. At 7:30 PM there will be live music by Eliza Callahan, James Ryan, Porches, and Bellyfire. Intuitions Kathr yn Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton presents “Intuitions” with work by artists Andrea Shapiro and Meredith Pardue. An opening reception is Friday from 6 to 8 PM. The show runs through September 23. Metamorphosis of Mood A solo show “Metamorphosis of Mood,” featuring work by Andrea Kowch opens at Richard J.. Demato Fine Arts in Sag Harbor. An opening reception is Saturday from 7 to 9 PM. The show runs through September 21. Max Moran The Jedediah Hawkins Inn hosts an exhibition of paintings by distinguished North Fork artist Max Moran, opening Saturday with a reception from 5 to 8 PM. The show runs through September 16. Call 631-722-2900.

ONGOING Hybridized Neoteric Fine Art in Amagansett presents “Hybridized,” an exhibition of young, native artists working with hybrid forms. The show will run through August 31. Visit www. neotericfineart.com. She Sells Seashells QF Gallery in East Hampton presents its final summer 2012 exhibition “She Sells Seashells by the Seashore,” curated by Kinz + Tillou Fine Art. The show will be on display through September. Lola Montes Schnabel Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents an exhibition of new paintings by Lola Montes Schnabel.

Reina x 2 Reina x 2 will be on display at Ashawagh Hall in Springs through tomorrow. Room with Views The East End Photographers Group presents its Summer Photography Exhibition “Room with Views” at The Water Mill Museum. The show runs through Sunday. Visit www.eastendphotogroup.org. Parts & Services “Parts & Services” exhibition is on display at Eric Firestone Gallery in East Hampton through September 2. Parrish Road Show The Parrish Road Show, an off-site creative summer series designed to bring together artists, visitors, and members of Long Island’s East End community, features new installations by East Hampton artist Alice Hope with “Under the Radar.” It is now on view at Camp Hero State Park in Montauk through August 31. Eric Fischl Guild Hall in East Hampton presents the Eric Fischl Exhibition “Beach Life.” The show will be on view through October 14. For more info visit www.guildhall.org. Caribbean Crossroads The 16th Annual Caribbean Crossroads Series Exhibition is at the Southampton Cultural Center. The exhibition is designed to put Caribbean artists on the radar. The show will run through Sunday. Past and Present “Past and Present,” a group exhibition, is on view at the Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton through September 30. The artworks included in the exhibition document the passing of time. Different techniques are used by each artist to create a record and reference points in time. Artists include Grayson Perry, Ernesto Caivano, Kate Gilmore, and Robert Olsen. For more info visit www.silasmarder.com. Bloom “Bloom,” curated by Todd Hutcheson, is on display at Gallery

The Adventure Bandits host their first art show in Bridgehampton this weekend.

Valentine in Bridgehampton. The show runs through September 7. For more info call 631-613-6888.

Ryan McGinness Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in East Hampton presents “Women: Sun-Stained Symbols,” an exhibition of new work by Ryan McGinness. The show will be on view through September 3. For more info call 631-324-5511. Art Sites Art Sites in Riverhead presents “Sara Cedar Miller: Light Drawings” and “Lidya Buzio: New Work.” The show runs through September 9. For more info visit www.artsitesgallery. com.

Handmade Ritual “Handmade Ritual,” an exhibition of work by fiber artist Rachel Kanter, will be on display at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor Friday through Sunday. For more info call 631-7250904. LongHouse Reserve LongHouse Reser ve in East Hampton presents “Rites of Spring,” which offers visitors an opportunity to experience a number of unique and dramatic art forms that will entice any imagination. This year, LongHouse Reserve will unveil two exhibitions which will be on display throughout the summer season, “Diversities of Sculpture/Derivations from Nature” and “Accumulations: NOW.” For more info visit www.longhouse.org.

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Beach Hut, Cupsogue The county park at Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton Beach is the site of outdoor music every night on the deck this summer. Check the Beach Hut website for an extensive array of musical acts. No cover. Beach Hut, Meschutt Ever y Wednesday night at Meschutt Beach “Mambo Loco’s in the house!” The Beach Hut hosts live music at sunset every night. Check their website for a full list of acts. The only cover you need is sunblock. The Pizza Place The Pizza Place in Bridgehampton presents Monday Jazz Jams from 7 to 9 PM and Thursday Troubador Nights from 7 to 9 PM with Dick Johansson & Friends. The Jam Session The Jam Session at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor presents The Thursday Night Live Band tomorrow with special guests at 7:15 PM. For more info call 631-899-3915. The Driver’s Seat The Driver’s Seat in Southampton now features live entertainment on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. A live DJ will play some of the greatest hits in the main dining area of the restaurant on Tuesdays starting at 10:15 PM and Saturdays starting at 11 PM. On Friday guests can enjoy music from the Reggae band Twister at 9:30 PM. For more info call 631283-6606. Beach Bar Beach Bar in Hampton Bays has opened its doors for its 20th season. Open Friday and Saturday nights at 10 PM. More info call 631-7233100. Georgica 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. On Thursday’s this summer Georgica hosts live music, lobster surf and turf, and dancing with a $35 prix fixe and half priced drinks all night. Also featuring a rotation of three live bands - Paul Mahos & New Life Crisis, Estee Maria, and Mean Machine. For reservations call 631-537-6255. SL East EMM Group’s SL East has returned

to the Hamptons social scene this summer for its second season in East Hampton. Once again, SL East plays 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 Thursdays with open bar from 10 to 11 PM and half price bottles. For more info visit www.sleast.com.

Concerts On The Green Monday night “Concerts On The Green” in Montauk take place from 6 to 8 PM. This Monday Vivian & The Merrymakers will play classic rock n roll along with originals. 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. Wolffer Vineyard Twilight Thursday’s at Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack takes place every Thursday from 5 to 8 PM. On Friday, live music at the wine stand until sunset. Visit www. wolffer.com. Muse in the Harbor Muse in the Harbor in Sag Harbor introduces live music by local favorite, Jim Turner every Sunday starting at 6 PM.  For more info call 631-899-4810. 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. 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. Every Tuesday night, a beach concert series. For more info call 631-668-2345.

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Phao Phao Restaurant in Sag Harbor offers nightlife throughout the week. Every Thursday there is Hamptons Singer/Songwriters from 8:30 to 11:30 PM. Every Friday “The Voice” at Phao at 9 PM followed by karaoke at 11 PM. Every Saturday, DJ Matty Nice from 10:30 PM to 2 AM. On Sundays, Reggae from 9 PM to midnight. Mondays are “Industry Salsa Night” with a performance by Mambo Loco at 9 PM. “Unplugged Tuesdays” feature Lilly Merat and Forrest Gray from 7:30 to 10:30 PM. Happy hour is from 5:30 to 7 PM. For event updates visit www. facebook.com/PhaoThaiKitchen. East Hampton Point Enjoy Reggae on the deck of East Hampton Point every Sunday night at 6 PM. For more info call 631329-2800. 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 Absolut specials. On Friday, all night happy hour with taproom specials from 4 PM to midnight. Saturday DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons classics starting at 10 PM.

Montauk Beach House No. 50 at The Montauk Beach House, the members-only beach club at the newly feted luxury resort, opens to the public at 5 PM through Labor Day. For a schedule of events visit www.thembh.com.


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Guild Hall presents Garden as Art Tour on Saturday from 9 AM to noon. The event includes a continental breakfast and illustrated lecture by award winning landscape architect Edmund Hollander, who will sign copies of his newly released book The Private Oasis and will be

introduced by Jack DeLashmet. From noon to 5 PM garden lovers will tour five private gardens. The cost of tour, lecture and breakfast is $100. For tickets and more information, contact Laura Perrotti at 631-324-0806 x22 or email lperrotti@guildhall.org.

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by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Leave your partner alone already! Your overly focused attention on your relationship could have you picking fights and poking an old wound just to stir things up. Go do something else. Use your body and work off your tension in the gym or the swimming pool. For you single Aries,’ use this energy to find the partner of your dreams. Your intuition can be very helpful. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) This is a time for you to make substantial changes in life, if you will only allow yourself to be open to the possibilities. Change is good is the mantra, so get on board. If you work with this energy you can put things you really want in place. If you try to resist, you will be dragged into the new anyway. Participate. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Find a Taurus and help them get on board with change. You have a natural affinity for change and that is the energy that is happening right now. As long as your arms and mind are open, you can end up with far more than you ever imagine. Inspire us all with your willingness to change! CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Your feelings and your thoughts are all mashed up this week, so do your best to speak from your heart. Most often for you, your feelings must lead, so don’t abandon them now just because things are a little confusing. Take a few moments alone if you are overwhelmed by this potential for too much energy. Alone time always helps you process things, so use it to your advantage. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) This is actually a very powerful week; you will come across to other people as powerful and in charge. You may not see things that way, but that is how others will be seeing it. Your vision is a bit foggy this week, so feel your way through things. Your intuition is high although your view of reality may not be clear. Use your intuition and believe what others are telling you about yourself. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Now is the time – take action. If you have been waiting for the just right moment, this week should provide it. Look for your opening in difficult conversations. The stars are aligned this week for you to get what you want and negotiate a fair and beneficial deal. Go for it.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) What are you going to do? Saturn isn’t in your sign much longer, so this energy of not feeling free to have too much fun will soon be over. In the meantime do take care of the details of your life, the foundational and essential things. Energy dedicated to essentials brings great benefit; just do your best to remember your sense of humor. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Matters of the heart are a little weird and potentially surprising. It will be okay. You are still in the position of power and things will work themselves out. Your job will be to sort through what is real and what is imagined. In a way there is too much energy, so making sure you have all the facts straight is essential. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) This is a week where you will either tell great stories or have experiences that will become great stories later on. Either way it is just your cup of tea. You may meet interesting people and have interesting conversations, or you may find yourself in unusual situations. However this energy manifests, enjoy yourself. It’s all good. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Still a very energized time for you, Capricorn. I hope you are getting a lot of your long standing projects close to completion. This is the time; it comes around every couple of years when you can make big strides in checking things off your list. Do your best to not take on too many more projects, finish up some old ones first. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) This is a great week to talk about the things you feel passionate about. Your energy is very big, however, so do pay attention to how you are being received by others. Some people may feel overwhelmed by your strong emotions. Just be clear and know that you are having a powerful affect on others. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Like Capricorn, this is a great time to be working to check things off of your ‘to do’ list. The energy is excellent for organizing and building and generally getting things done. Make a list of all you want to do and then when you are moved to tackle something, jump on that energy. Resist the urge to sit on the couch until the feeling passes.

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Today’s Birthday: Kristen Wiig, 1973 Kristen Wiig was a relative unknown when she joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” eight years ago but her engaging smile and affable manner made her an audience favorite. Her real gift though, is as a comedic writer. Wiig made her movie debut in Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up in 2007. In 2011 she hit the silver screen with a bang as the star of Bridesmaids, which she co-wrote. The screenplay earned her a Golden Globe nomination and an Oscar nomination. The film, produced by Apatow, grossed $288 million and made her a star. She was also nominated for an Emmy for her work on “Saturday Night Live” in 2009. Wiig bid a tearful adieu to “Saturday Night Life” last May on a show hosted by Mick Jagger, who dedicated his performance of “Goodbye Ruby Tuesday” to her. SNL alumni Amy Poehler, Chris Kattan, Chris Parnell, Will Forte and Rachel Dratch, as well as Steve Martin, were all on hand. Wiig, who is divorced, is dating Fabrizio Moretti, the drummer for The Strokes. Her next film, scheduled for release later this year, is Imogene.

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

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 8•22•12 • The Education Center at Guild Hall hosts “KidFEST Hands-on Arts and Crafts Workshop” from 3:30 to 4:30 PM. $8 for members, $10 for non-members. The John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall presents KidFEST with the National Marionette Theatre presenting Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty at 5 PM. For families with children ages four and up. $16 for adults, $13 for kids. Call 631-324-0806 for more info. • Integral yoga is at the Montauk Playhouse from 9:30 to 10:30 AM for $5 a class. A free open gym follows, going from noon to 5 PM, girls volleyball clinic (for middle schoolers) is at 5 PM, and for high school girls it’s from 7 to 9 PM. Call 631-668-1612 for more ongoing events. • Mask making and improv storytelling at Mulford Farm on James Lane in East Hampton goes from 10 AM to noon. $20 per person. THURSDAY 8•23•12 • The Montauk Playhouse offers a family fest series titled “Team F.A.S.T.” from 7 to 9 PM. Will feature action-packed sports performance featuring extreme BMX, skateboarding and street bikes. $15 per person. Call 631-668-1612 for more info.

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FRIDAY 8•24•12 • A cocktail party for “Garden as Art” is at Guild Hall from 6 to 8 PM. SATURDAY 8•25•12 • The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society invites all to a two-and-a-half mile hike through Amsterdam Beach trail. Meet at the Amsterdam Beach parking area off Route 27 opposite Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk at 9 AM. Call 631-238-5134 for more info. • Guild Hall presents Dick Cavett hosting “Audrey Flack and the History of Art String Band” at 8 PM. From 9 AM to 5 PM, there will be a “Garden as Art” tour. Call 631-324-0806 for more info. SUNDAY 8•26•12 • Enjoy a brisk-paced, three to four mile hike with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society through farm fields and into the shady beach of Stony Hill. Meet on the shoulder of Abraham’s Path, a quarter of a mile north of Town Lane in Amagansett at 9 AM. Call Rick at 631-267-6608 or 631-275-8539 for more info. MONDAY 8•27•12 • Vivian and the Merrymakers will perform at the Montauk Village Green from 6 to 8 PM. Hosted by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce.

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SATURDAY 8•25•12 • Join the Southampton Historical Museum for “Yappy Hour,” on the lawn of the Rogers Mansion from 5 to 7 PM. Bring your own dog or adopt one from Last Chance Rescue. Enjoy “Barkatinis” and “Yappatizers.” Pooch pageants for best trick, best dressed, best on the catwalk- prizes awarded. Mayor Mark Epley will officiate. To purchase tickets, call 631-283-2494. $25 for museum members, $30 for non-members. Rain or shine. All proceeds benefit the Southampton Historical Museum. • An Arts, Crafts and Gifts Fair will be held at the VFW Post 5350 on Montauk Highway in Quogue from 9:30 AM to 5 PM. It will be held outdoors and will feature a Chinese auction, raffle and food. Rain date is tomorrow. For more information, call 631-728-1367 or the VFW at 631-653-9898. • The Bridgehampton Historical Society will be the key holders of the historic Beebe Windmill on the National Register of Historic Places as well as a Southampton Town designated landmark. Tours will be given from 10 AM to noon for free on Saturdays throughout the rest of summer and by appointment. SUNDAY 8•26•12 • Marders hosts a free lecture, “Non Plant Garden Features: Hardscapes, Edging and Trellis,” at 10 AM. All are welcome.

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• All are welcome to Sunday service at Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse on Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike at 10:30 AM. Childcare and religious education are provided. Hospitality and conversation follow the service. Call 631-537-0132 for more information. • The Sag Harbor Historical Society hosts Joe Zaykowski discussing Constructing Annie’s House, at the Annie Cooper Boyd House at 174 Main Street. Today is the last day of the popluar “Porch Series.” Goes from 5 to 6:30 PM. Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres.

North Fork SATURDAY 8•25•12 • Custer Institute in Southold offers stargazing from their observatory beginning at dusk. Call 631765-2626. • “Vine to Wine” tour at Sannino’s Bella Vita Vineyard is at 1 PM. Located at 1375 Peconic Lane in Peconic, tour includes mini viticulture and winemaking lessons plus wine tastings. $20 per person, $15 without the tasting. Call 631-734-8282 for reservations. • Cutchogue’s Peconic Bay Winery hosts tours and includes a reserve tasting. $12. Reservations required for groups of six or more. Tours are at noon, 1 and 2 PM. Visit www.peconicbaywinery.com for more info. TUESDAY 8•28•12 • All talents and ages are welcome to a live mic night at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead. Goes from 7 to 10 PM. For more information call 631-298-0075.

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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 WEDNESDAY 8•22•12 • “Songs When We Were Young” concert is at 7:30 PM. TUESDAY 8•28•12 • Carole Scheer will be teaching how to crochet a handbag made from recycled plastic grocery bags from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Bring a size N crochet hook, 20 to 30 bags and a sharp scissor. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 THURSDAY 8•23•12 • “Dream Big” concert is at 2 PM. • Salmon Fishing in the Yemen will be shown at 5 PM. FRIDAY 8•24•12 • The Efficiency Expert will be shown at 2 PM. • “Nature Into Art” art program is at 3 PM. SATURDAY 8•25•12 • A book discussion on Elegance of the Hedgehog is at 10:30 AM. • An author talk with Herbert Wahlsteen is at 3 PM.

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FRIDAY 8•24•12 • The Barbie Club meets at 10:30 AM. Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0774 THURSDAY 8•23•12 • Join in for a book discussion on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Then watch the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory afterward. FRIDAY 8•24•12 • A digital genealogy session is from 10:30 AM to noon. $5. MONDAY 8•27•12 • A session on file management meets at 11 AM. $5. WEDNESDAY 8•29•12 • “How to Help Your Child Succeed in School” for parents is from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Hampton Library 631-537-0015

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FRIDAY 8•17•12 • “Fridays at Five” will welcome journalist, television and radio commentator, and novelist Mike Lupica. Gates open at 4:30 PM and the event starts at 5 PM. In the rear garden of the library. Admission is $15 and includes beverages and hors d’oeuvres.

WEDNESDAY 8•22•12 • The Hunger Games will be shown at 5:45 PM.

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SATURDAY 8•25•12 • “Music Fest! at Miss Amelia’s” is at 1 PM. • An author talk with Dava Sobel is at 6 PM. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 WEDNESDAY 8•22•12 • A music workshop with Jim Turner is at 11 AM. THURSDAY 8•23•12 • Summer Reading Club Raffle and Party is today

FRIDAY 8•24•12 • The Muppets will be shown at 1:30 PM. It’s free. Riverhead Library 631-727-3228 WEDNESDAY 8•22•12 • “Go Paperless” is at 6:30 PM. MONDAY 8•27•12 • “Adult Computer Class: Introduction to Microsoft Power Point” is at 6 PM.

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The Expendables 2 (R ) It’s hard to believe they made another one, but they did. This time around, as in their first effort, Sly Stallone and his Over The Hill Gang of mercenaries ham it up while the bodies stack up. Stallone penned the suitably unbelievable script, and Dolph Lundgren, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarznegger (See our interview in this issue) et al pick up an easy paycheck while perpetrating the myth that they are still tough guys.

The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins’ wildly successful novel, directed by Gary Ross (Big, Dave) is the top grossing film of the year. Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) gets the coveted role of Katniss Everdeen and she’s sensational. Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, and Woody Harrelson co-star. Yes, that’s rocker turned actor Lenny Kravitz you see on the screen. It’s a muted version of the novel, but nevertheless a must-see. Note: fans of the book were mildly disappointed.

Now Playing Cosmopolis (R ) The director David Cronenberg (The Fly, The Dead Zone) brings us this complex, troubling Sci Fi flick starring the white-hot Robert Pattinson, who is brilliant as financial wizard whose world suddenly crumbles. Juliette Binoche and Paul Giamatti lead a sterling cast. This is a well-thought out fantasy/thriller and well worth seeing. Hope Springs (Pg-13) Two old pros, Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones, are at the top of their games in this dramedy from the director David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada). Kay (Streep) convinces her skeptical husband Arnold (Jones) to visit a couples specialist (Steve

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Carrell) in the hope of invigorating their marriage. It’s a fun romp – and touching – and Oscar likely beckons for both stars. The Bourne Legacy (PG-13) The hugely popular franchise – the films have grossed a billion dollars worldwide – carries on with a new Bourne, Jeremy (The Hurt Locker) Renner. It’s even slicker than the others, and features a cast to die for – Rachel Weisz, Albert Finney, Edward Norton, Stacy Keach, and the wonderful Joan Allen. Bourne lives on. Celeste And Jesse Forever (R ) Celeste and Jesse are high school sweethearts who get married. But by age 30 Celeste is an upcoming executive and Jesse an unemployed underachiever. Celeste decides a divorce is the only way to save their long-term friendship. In lesser hands this movie might have flopped, but Rashida Jones (I Love You Man, The Social Network) has penned a sassy, multilayered script and Andy Samberg (“Saturday Night Life”) is perfectly cast as Jesse. Jones, the Harvard-educated daughter of music producer Quincy Jones and the actress Peggy Lipton, has herself a hit. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG-13) Greg Heffley, the hero of the book series, comes to the big screen as played by Zachary Gordon (National Treasure: Book Of Secrets). David Bowers (Star Wars Episode III) directs. If you are 13, this is a must see movie. Klown (NR) This insane film follows three crazy people – two men and a 12 year-old, through a series of escapades too outlandish to even mention here. There is a slapstick element to the film we couldn’t quite get into, but it is undeniably funny and strangely sentimental. It’s worth the price of admission and then some.

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Tutto Il Giorno This week we decided on dinner at Tutto Il Giorno on Southampton. The restaurant is a Hamptons favorite. It's perfect if you are looking for fine Italian cuisine and for possible celebrity sightings at either the Sag Harbor or Southampton location. The setting is one of the most romantic in the Hamptons but also great place to go with family or friends to share great food and some laughs. As we entered, we received a warm welcome as we took our seat on the outdoor patio. To start, a spicy watermelon gazpacho. Next on the menu to try was the homemade spinach ricotta ravioli with sage and brown butter. It was spectacular.

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Pita Toast With Roasted Garlic And Caramelized Onion Jam, Duck Confit, And Truffled Honey Ingredients (serves 4) 1 package of pita rounds 4 duck thighs 1/3 c kosher salt 1/4 c granulated sugar zest of 1 orange hand full of thyme 1/2 gallon canola oil 1 large white onion 3 heads of garlic 1/4 c chives chopped 3 tbsp honey 1 tbsp truffle oil salt and pepper to taste Method This recipe requires you to quick cure the duck. This will need to be done a day in advance. Begin by mixing the salt, sugar, thyme, and orange zest. Rub the duck with the mixture and set it in the refrigerator

overnight. When you are ready to confit the duck, set your oven to 275 degrees and heat the canola oil over low heat on the stove in a three to four inch deep oven friendly frying pan. Rinse the excess rub off the duck thighs. Pat them dry and place them in the warm oil with a few sprigs of thyme and an orange peel. Allow them to cook in the oven at 275 degrees for about four and half hours. While the duck is cooking, wrap the heads of garlic in tin foil and drizzle each with a bit of oil. Roast in the oven next to the duck for about an hour. Slice the white onion thin and caramelize them over medium high heat in a large sauté pan. When the garlic is done remove it from the oven and squeeze the roasted garlic

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from the skins. Place the caramelized onions and roasted garlic together in a food processor and pulse a few times until incorporated. When it has cooled in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes, mix the chives into the resulting jam. When the duck is ready and falling off the bone carefully remove the thighs from the oil and set them aside to cool. When they are cool enough to handle, assemble the dish. Start by spreading a generous portion of onion jam over each pita round. Pick the duck meat with your fingers and place around the center of each pita. Bake the pitas at 400 degrees for seven minutes. Mix

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15 Eastport Manor Road • Eastport • 325-1388 • Open 9 am (In the Eastport Shopping Center, next to King Kullen)

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$5 SPECIALS - DINING ROOM 11:30AM-4PM TUES, WED, THURS - AVAILABLE ALL DAY AT THE BAR TUES, WED, THURS BEEF OR CHICKEN QUESADILLA

5

grilled chicken or seasoned beef with melted cheese in a warm flour tortilla, served with salsa and sour cream

CHILI NACHOS

5

house fried tortilla chips with our award winning chili, melted cheese and jalapenos

CHICKEN CAESAR SALAD

5

crisp romaine lettuce, crunchy croutons and warm grilled chicken served with traditional caesar dressing topped with grated parmesan cheese

$5 MENU

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the classic sandwich on hearty white bread with american cheese

CHICKEN OR BEEF ENCHILADA

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Cliff’s Elbow Room

chicken or beef in a corn tortilla with melted mozzarella cheese and mild green sauce, served with rice

CHICKEN PARMESAN SANDWICH

1549 Main Road, Jamesport

722-3292

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fried tender with zesty tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese on a seeded bun

BLACKENED TILAPIA

Fresh Local Fruit & Vegetables Homemade SMOOTHIES

Cliff’s Elbow Too!

1085 Franklinville Road, Laurel

298-3262

5

4oz. filet dusted with cajun spices and broiled, served with rice “hot and spicy”

Open 6am 7 Days a Week

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All Day Tuesday

Come Play Cliff’s Elbow Too!

STEAK NIGHT

Super Salad Bone-In Shell Steak Baked Potato Dessert

$19.95

18 Park Place East Hampton 324-5400 Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Take Out Orders

featuring Homemade Pies & Baked Goods Breakfast Specials Hot & Cold Lunch Specials Sandwiches, Salads, Burritos, Fihitas, Wraps, Quesadattes, Nachos Fresh Bagels Daily 5506 Sound Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901

Serve Summer Your Way! Fresh Dayboat Fish, Local Seafood, Prime Cut Meats Delectably Prepared Meals, Soups & Salads

Tel: (631) 779-2791

Fax: (631) 779-2792 goldenjalapenosatasteof country@gmail.com

17 Race Lane, East Hampton

631-324-9224

284-9520 Open 7 Days noon to Close

LUNCH & DINNER Noon - Close

65 East Main St., Riverhead, NY www.codysbbq.com

Featuring The Culinary Creations Of

Chef Peter Ambrose Perfect, Simple, Elegant - Weddings, Corporate Events, Special Occassions

Tues Rib Nite ALL YOU CAN EAT ST. LOUIS RIBS $15.95

HAPPY HOUR Sun - Fri Noon - 7pm

Cody’s Coupon

M O N D AY N I T E I S B U R G E R N I G H T

19 Race Lane, East Hampton, peterambroseevents.com

BUY 1 1/2LB. BU RGER GET 1 FREE 4PM-Close Monday Only With Coupon Only Expires 9-5-12. This coupon can not be combined with any other special offers

631-329-3622 631-329-3622 Casual catering service for backyard barbecues, beach clambakes and casual events. www.petesendlesssummer.com


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Now Serving NEW BEST TASTE Restaurant Compiled By Jessica Mackin Chinese Food to Take Out

Mary’s Marvelous Mary’s Marvelous, a grab-andgo shop with a local and seasonal focus, opens its second store in East Hampton with a preview party on August 31 from 4 to 7 PM. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be served including mini sandwiches and sample smoothies as well as bite sized baked goods. Mary Schoenlein, owner and executive chef, has run Mar y’s Marvelous in Amagansett since July 2002 and began to consider the idea of opening another location almost four years ago.  In March of 2012, a venue in the village of East Hampton became available. “I believed this would be the best opportunity for me

at this time to grow my business and be more readily available to a larger audience,” remarked Schoenlein. The new space has a clean, white appearance, similar to that of the Amagansett location, but with a more modern feel. A two-minute walk from the East Hampton train station and a seven-minute walk from Main Street, Mary’s Marvelous will be a convenient place for a quick lunch or tasty treat. Walk into the right side of this building to pick up pre-packaged food to go or order from an array of menu options, while within the left-side doorway retail goods may be found. F o r m o r e i n f o v i s i t w w w. marysmarvelous.com.

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

Our customers tell us our heat and serve

dinners are one of the best kept secrets in East Hampton

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

We have a full selection of products from

everyday necessities to gourmet delicacies

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

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

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

267-6244

• Delivery • No MSG • Visa / MC / Accepted COUPON Purchase Over $20 FREE Wonton Soup Purchase Over $30 FREE 2 Egg Rolls Purchase Over $40 FREE Pt. Roast Pork Lo Mein Purchase Over $60 FREE Qt. Roast Pork Lo Mein

624 Montauk Highway Amagansett, NY 11930 (Next to Brent’s)

Tel. 631.267.8801

Hampton Coffee Company a Hamptons classic since 1994

Mobile Espresso Unit ~ Water Mill ~ Westhampton Beach Espresso Bar • Bakery • Juice Bar • Coffee Roastery Outdoor Seating • Catering! Full-Service Café in Water Mill directions, menus, and more @ www.hamptoncoffeecompany.com


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THE INDEPENDENT Q Traveler Watchman

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IN THE NEWS

Each week, running until Labor Day The Independent will present Top Pick Nominees in a multitude of categories

The Independent “Top Picks 2012” Survey Team Nominate the following Best Desserts/Sweets: ❑ Voting now open for 30 days

❑ Gurneys Beach Bakery ❑ Watermill Cupcake Company ❑ Hampton Coffee Company ❑ Modern Snack Bar ❑ Citarella ❑ Schiavoni’s IGA Market Bakery ❑ Tate’s ❑ Blue Duck Bakery ❑ Espresso’s Little Italian Market ❑ Old Stone Market ❑ Edible Arangments ❑ Mary’s Marvelous ❑ Hampton Market Place ❑ Ralphs’s Italian Ices ❑ Montauk Bake Shoppe ❑ Red Horse Market ❑ Dylan’s

❑ Cate’s Baked at Pantigo Farm Company ❑ Sant Ambroeus ❑ The Palm ❑ Dreesen’s Doughnuts ❑ Scoop Djour ❑ East Hampton Grill ❑ 1770 House ❑ Simply Sublime ❑ Pepalajefa ❑ Panera Bread ❑ Twice Upon A Bagel ❑ Bagel Buoy

Congratulations to Our Nominees!!!

Please email us your vote or any additional write in nominations to: contest@indyeastend.com


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