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Every Monday night Georgica hosts a party for revelers who won’t let the weekend end. This time around, it included a birthday party for Augie Teodoro.

Saturday evening, Love Heals, The Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education hosted Let’s Misbehave, its 17th Annual Hamptons event. The sold-out 200 person event held at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard raised over $195,000. Celebrating the glamour of the Roaring 20’s, hosts Nicole Trunfio, Bibhu Mohapatra, Samantha Marcus Yanks, Dini von Mueffling & Ted Sann, Chele Chiavacci & Richard Farley and Howard Horowitz, dined with guests and friends in the vineyard while enjoying fresh summertime cocktails from Patron. In keeping with the evening’s Gatsby theme, after dinner, guests danced the night away to jazz band extraordinaire Art Baron and The Duke’s Men. Fashionable guests included actress and model Kelly Bensimon, news anchors Alina Cho, Gigi Stone and Chris Wragge, Marla Maples and daughter Tiffany Trump, producer Arden Wohl, stylist Amanda Ross, Eric Villency, Jean Shafiroff, fashion designer Susan Beischel, philanthropist Yaz Hernandez, art dealer and producer Edward Tyler Nahem, attorney Richard Farley, Jill Martin and Polina Proshkina, among others. Founded in 1992 to carry on the work of the late AIDS activist Ali Gertz, Love Heals empowers young people to become leaders by giving them the knowledge, skills and confidence to protect themselves and their communities from HIV.




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Authors Night Bay Street Theatre welcomed Joy Behar, Susie Essman, Julie Halston, Angela LaGreca and Mercedes Ruehl to the stage as they performed a night of comedy, song and original artistic pieces for the Broads for Bay Street as a benefit for the theatre to raise money for its summer and educational programs.

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East Hampton Library’s 9th Annual Authors Night took place on Saturday at the Gardiner Farm in East Hampton. The evening’s founding co-chairs Alec Baldwin and Barbara Goldsmith joined honorary co-chairs Robert A. Caro, Nelson DeMille, A.M. Homes, Robert K. Massie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph E. Stiglitz and more than 100 distinguished authors.




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Kinky Boots With By Jessica Mackin invited us to a VIP Broadway experience -- an exclusive cocktail event, preferred seats and an upclose and personal discussion with the cast of Broadway’s new highheeled hit, Kinky Boots. The experience, attending an exclusive cocktail event, getting preferred seats and an up close and personal discussion with the cast. Broadway theaters are looking to enhance the way audiences experience shows by becoming more interactive and engaged. Through’s Connected to Broadway series, ticket-holders have the opportunity to experience their favorite shows like a true New York insider. Kinky Boots won the Tony award for best musical for 2013 along with five other Tony awards. The story goes, Charlie Price (Tony nominee Stark Sands) has suddenly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up to his father’s legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola (Tony winner Billy Porter). A fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos, Lola turns out to be the one person who can help Charlie become the man he’s meant to be. At the end the cast received a standing ovation. The entire evening’s experience was spectacular. is also using this opportunity give back to the community that is such an integral part of New York by donating a percentage of proceeds to Broadway Cares. For more info on the Connected to Broadway Series visit For more info on Kinky Boots visit www.

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Lips, Lash, Lunch & Pink Apron By Jessica Mackin Two fabulous events will take place on Saturday. The first event, is the “Lips, Lash, Lunch” cocktail party and shopping event sponsored by The Independent. The next event, “The Pink Apron Celebrity Chef Event” benefits the Ellen Hermanson

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services to those diagnosed with breast cancer, their families and friends on Saturday at 7 PM. Christie Brinkley, B. Smith and Dan Gasby will serve as honorary chairs. Emma Stone, Nacho Figueros, Kelly Klein and Steven Klein will serve on the celebrity host committee. Twentythree other renowned female chefs from the Hamptons and New York City will participate in this incredible food lovers event. Jessica Craig (Nick & Toni’s), Elizabeth Falkner (Corvo Bianco), Kathleen King (Tate’s Bake Shop, Idito, Tache Chocolates) Sarabeth Levine (Sarabeth’s), Claudia Fleming (North Fork Table & Inn), Lynn Bound (Cafe 2 at MoMa), Swedish Chef Emelie Johansson, Tracy Mchale (East Hampton Point), Cynthia Battaglia (Distinctive Catering), Nicole Bermensolo (Kyotofu), Anita Lo (Annisa), Cheryl Stair (Art of Eating), Einat Admony (Balaboosta), Roxanne Browning (Exotic Chocolate), Barbara Sibley (La Palapa), Erica Kalick (Erica’s Rugelach & Baking Co.), Amanda Cohen (Dirt Candy) and Peggy Lauber (Wolffer Estate Vineyards) will be included. Adam Alpert of 4 AM DJ’s will donate DJ Phresh for the music. The event will be held at the crossroads of Wickapogue and Olde Town Road in Southampton from 7 to 10 PM. Honorees are Dr. Harold Freeman, Founder Emeritus and President of the Ralph Lauren Cancer Center in Harlem and Iris Dankner, Holiday House Founder to benefit breast cancer. Find information about the organization and purchase tickets at

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Artists Writers East End Hospice is a beneficiary of the 65th Annual Artists Writers Softball Game. A Pregame Party will take place on Friday from 6 to 8 PM at LTV Studios in Wainscott. Bow Wow Meow Ball The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons will host “Bow Wow Meow Ball” honoring Bernadette Peters on Saturday at the adoption center in Wainscott. There will be cocktails, dinner and dancing to Peter Duchin with his Orchestra. Visit www. Paddle & Party The second annual summer “Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink” fundraiser, benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation will be an event in two parts, a multi-skill level paddle boarding race and benefit party on Saturday. The party co-hosted by prominent New Yorkers Lisa and Richard Perry and full-time Hamptons residents Maria and Larry Baum. The event will bring together dozens of competitive paddle boarders and several hundred guests in support of raising critical funds for breast cancer research. Visit www. Ellen’s Run 5K Ellen’s Run 5K celebrates 18 years of leading the fight against breast cancer on the East End with its annual race/walk at 9 AM on Sunday, starting and ending at Southampton Hospital. The Foundation is the principal funder of the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital which serves the entire East End of Long Island where breast cancer diagnosis and mortality rates are among the highest in the state. The race/walk starts and ends, rain or shine, at Southampton Hospital’s Parrish Hall on Harrick Road. Day-of-race registration is $40 for everyone. Pre-registration is available for $30 at www.ellensrun. org and at Parish Hall. Pre-registration for children and seniors is $25. Participants are encouraged to collect pledges from friends and family to help raise funds for the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital and breast cancer patient support services. Information about the 5K race/walk, Ellen’s Run, The Ellen Hermanson Foundation, and the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital are available


Seafood Festival On Sunday at 6 PM the Community Action of Southold Town (CAST) will be holding its seventh annual Seafood Fest at Founders’ Landing in Southold. This fundraising event helps to support CAST in its mission of promoting self sufficiency and providing a safety net for those in need in Southold Town. The vision of CAST is to have a vibrant town, where all residents can prosper with employment opportunities, the ability to feed their families and educate their children. The event will be held at The Wharf House at Founder’s Landing in Southold. $50 per person. Red Devil A “Red Devil” swim to benefit East Hampton Ocean Rescue will take place at Fresh Pond in Amagansett on Sunday. For more info visit www. Nile Rodgers Nile Rodgers and Chic will be joined by guests Adam Lambert, Chromeo, Russell Peters, Mystery Skull and Prince Paul on Monday as BNB presents AFTEE Nile Rodgers Dance Party, an evening of cross generational dance music to benefit All For The East End (AFTEE). The evening starts at 5 PM. The concert will take place at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead. Gates open at 5 PM. Tickets visit Maureen’s Haven Maureen’s Haven, the East End

human services organization that provides shelter and support to homeless adults on Long Island’s North and South Forks, has announced that renowned television actress Susan Lucci and her son, golfer and reality TV star Andreas Huber, will serve as honorary chairs of the organization’s annual Lobster Bash fundraiser. This year’s event will take place Thursday, August 22, at Dockers Waterside in East Quogue from 6 to 10 PM. For more info visit

CTREE CTREE at Sebonack to benefit the Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End will take place on August 22 from 6 to 9 PM at the golf club. The event honors Wolffer Estate Stables. Dunk Your Kicks The Max Cure Foundation presents “Dunk Your Kicks” a three on three basketball tournament on August 24 at the Ross School in East Hampton. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the Max Cure Foundation for Pediatric Cancer causes. Everyone is encouraged to donate a pair of already worn sneakers. To register visit www. Rock Around The Clock Rock Around The Clock Benefit Dance with DJ Louis del Prete will take place at Riverhead Polish Hall on August 30 from 8 PM to midnight. The evening benefits the Hamptons Dancers AARP Community Group, which provides free or low cost dance, movement and wellness programs for seniors, those with HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s and other chronic illnesses. To purchase tickets visit

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Box Art Auction More than 75 of the finest artists on Long Island’s East End have again created memorable art boxes for an auction benefiting the East End Hospice. The 13th Annual Box Art Auction will take place on September 7 at the Ross School Center for WellBeing on Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton. The silent auction will begin at 4:30 PM with a live auction at 6 PM. All proceeds will benefit East End Hospice, which provides care for terminally ill patients, their families and loved ones living on the North and South Forks of Long Island, including the Eastern Suffolk County townships of Brookhaven. The Box Art Auction is East End Hospice’s only summer event in East Hampton. Admission to the September 7 benefit auction is $75, which includes wine and hors d’oeuvres. The public is invited to a free preview “Meet the Artists” reception at Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton (18 James Lane) on August 28 from 5 to 7 PM. Prior to the auction, the boxes will be on view at Hoie Hall on August 28 and 29 from 10 AM to 4 PM. For additional information, contact: Theresa Murphy at the East End Hospice, 631-288-7080 or via email at

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Night Moves

By Kitty Merrill

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Gurney’s Inn The summer beach concert series, held every Tuesday at sunset features Big River Ransom. On Monday nights, it’s Mambo Loco in the romantic Aqua Lounge. Sip a drink, kick back around the firepit and enjoy some Latin sounds. Concerts on the Green The Montauk Chamber of Commerce hosts concerts on the green every Monday night. 6 PM. This week it’s Soundsource. On Sunday, check out the Mamalee Rose at Gosman’s dockside stage 6 to 8 PM. Bring your blanket or lawn chair. Concerts in the Park The Southampton Cultural Center’s Concerts in the Park series presents AdLib Steel Orchestra in Agawam Park at 6:30 PM tonight; next Wednesday night it’s Paul Mahos and New Life Crisis. Same time, same place. The Stephen Talkhouse T h e S t e p h e n Ta l k h o u s e i n Amagansett has a jam packed lineup every summer weekend. Tomorrow night Tom Curren plays at 8 PM, with Roy Wilson & The Buzzards following at 10 PM. On Friday, it’s the Original Wailers at 8 PM. Saturday sees the David Bromberg Quartet take the stage at 8 PM, with The Bayside Tigers at 11 PM. The party keeps going Sunday with Fishead Stew at 7 PM. On Monday, it’s the Talkhouse Birthday Party at 9 PM.

SL East The Thursday night party at SL East in East Hampton takes place every week starting at 10 PM. Open bar from 10 to 11 PM and half price drinks and bottles all night. Dockers Paul Mahos & New Life Crisis perform at 8 PM next Tuesday. Dockers is located on Dune Road in East Quogue. Navy Beach Navy Beach in Montauk hosts One Love á La Plage Sundays featuring live music by Winston Irie at 5 PM. Summer sunset sets are offered every Sunday. The Surf Lodge The Summer Concert Series at the Surf Lodge in Montauk provides free live music, June through August. Unwind with beautiful scenery and a variety of musicians. Weeknights, enjoy local acts at sunset on the deck. Tomorrow Joe Delia & Thieves provide the anchor tunage, inviting special guests along for a rockin ride. Wolffer Sunset Fridays and Saturdays are at 5 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards wine stand in Sagaponack. Enjoy live music and wine. La Superica Two for one frozen margaritas are now available every Tuesday. Wednesday is 2 for 1 Mount Gay Rum mixed drinks. Enjoy Rum Punch and Mexican favorites. 631-7253388. Georgica Come in for happy hour every

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Memory Motel Reggae in the yard will take place every Saturday at the Memory Motel in Montauk. 2 to 5 PM. Listen to laid back tunes by Winston Irie and much more. Hosted by DJ Matty Nice. East Hampton Point East Hampton Point presents music on the deck Sunday and Monday from 6:30 PM to 9 PM. As the sun sets, guests will enjoy the sounds of Inner Roots Reggae on Sunday and Jim Turner Trio on Monday. Located at 295 Three Mile Harbor Road in Springs. For more info, call 631329-2800. Trata Start the weekend off right, with happy hour every Thursday, at Trata Restaurant & Lounge, 1020 Montauk Hwy Water Mill. Fifty percent off all the drinks, and the bar menu! For more info call 631-726-6200. Martha Clara Vineyards Yee-haw! Country Music and Line Dancing with The RoadHouse Band on Friday. Doors open at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $12.50 in advance and subject to availability, $15 at the door. Each ticket includes a glass of wine. 7:30 to 10 PM Friday. Martha Clara is located on Sound Avenue in Riverhead. Jam Session The Jam Session will take place Thursday night from 7 to 9 PM at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor. The Jam Session house band is Bill Smith on piano, Peter Weiss on bass and Claes Brondal on drums. No cover charge. For information please visit www. Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday in the taproom with music by DJ Tony at 9:30 PM. Includes $3 drafts, wine and Absolut specials. Summer ’13 Hamptons Employees Night starts at 10 PM Thursdays and features $3 drafts and $5 Absolut cocktails. On Friday, all night happy

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hour with taproom specials from 4 PM to midnight. Saturday DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons classics starting at 10 PM. Monday Night Madness offers $5 pints, $5 burger platters, $10 Pulled Pork Sliders, $5/ dozen wings. On Sundays, $5 pints, $5 brunch cocktails, $5 rack drinks.

Suffolk Theater The Suffolk Theater’s Saturday Supper Club tickles your funny bone with the comedy of Bobby Collins. Doors open at 6:30 PM. The Suffolk Theater is located on East Main Street in Riverhead. For more info contact the theater at 631-727-4343 or visit Highway Diner The Hamptons Weekend Preview (variety showcase) kicks it each Friday from 5 to 7 PM at the Highway Diner in Wainscott. It’s sponsored by Crossroads Music with give-aways provided by Innersleeve Records. No cover! Be sure to sign up for email blasts announcing each week’s artists when you stop by. Swallow East There’s nothing like music on the deck at one of Montauk’s newest favorites. Check out reggae sunsets every Sunday. And friend them on Facebook to learn about other live music throughout the week. Beach Huts The Beach Hut at Meschutt Beach in Hampton Bays offers live music almost every night, plus a Friday night classic car cruise. Show off your special ride. Every Wednesday, get your salsa on with Mambo Loco. The Beach Hut at Cupsogue Beach on Dune Road Westhampton features Chain Reaction Band Friday night and Sly Geralds Band on Saturday. Cross Eyed Clam Big Wednesdays at this West Lake Drive bar and grill in Montauk celebrate all things surf with Montauk top three DJs, $3 beer and drinks, plus shot specials all night. Sloppy Tuna Get your sloppy on with Friday sloppy house, and sloppy Saturdays featuring DJs from noon till 4 AM. This week, the WMDS play at 2 PM on Saturday. The Tuna’s in downtown Montauk. Sole East American synthpop duo Holy Ghost will play poolside at The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East Resort (90 Second House Road, Montauk) on Saturday, as part of the Summer Concert Series #soleeastmtk starting at 6:30 PM. View our Pic Paper edition at




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Coming Attractions

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Film Andy Warhol Guild Hall presents a screening of Andy Warhol followed by Q & A with director Lana Jokel tonight at 8 PM. Visit Southampton Center Southampton Center partners with The Hamptons International Film Festival to bring contemporary and classic films to Southampton Village. This Friday at 9:30 PM, Jaws. Drive-in Movies Drive-in Movies at Coopers Beach continue this Monday with Seabiscuit. Gates open at 7 PM and the movie starts at dark. $40 donation per car load or $10 per person. Summer Movie Series The East Hampton Food Pantry and Hamptons Drive-In present Summer Movie Series at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett. Tonight, Batman will play. Next Wednesday, Superman. Suggested donation is $5 for individuals and $20 for families. Movies begin at dusk. Visit www.

Music Klauss And Walker Old Whalers’ Church (First Presbyterian Church) in Sag Harbor will present a recital by Walter Klauss and John Walker, both worldrenowned organists, on the church’s historic 1844 Erben pipe organ, in varied programs of secular and liturgical music Sunday at 3 PM and will be followed by a reception on the front lawn to meet each artist. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger. The church is located at 44 Union Street. Laurie Anderson Guild Hall presents an evening with Laurie Anderson Saturday at 8 PM. Visit

The Astaires Guild Hall presents An Evening with The Astaires starring Anna Bergman, Lee Roy Reams and Jennifer Sheehan. Sunday at 7:30 PM. Visit Doo-Wop Project Guild Hall presents The Doo-Wop Project starring cast members of Broadway’s hit Jersey Boys Monday at 8 PM. Visit


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Words James Salter Fridays at Five presents awardwinning novelist, short-story writer and screenwriter, James Salter at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton. Call 631- 537-0015. Mac Griswold Sylvester Manor Educational Farm on Shelter Island presents a book reading with author Mac Griswold from 2 to 3 PM.

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New York City Ballet Guild Hall New York City Ballet On and Offstage on Friday at 8 PM. Visit

Comedy Paula Poundstone Bay Street Theatre‘s Comedy Club continues with funny lady Paula Poundstone on Monday. Visit



Bobby Collins Bobby Collins will perform at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead on Saturday at 8:30 PM. Visit www.

Theatre A Funny Thing Happened Broadway producer and Sag Harbor community local Stewart Lane has been cast as Eronius in Bay Street Theatre’s presentation of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, running through September 1. The show stars Peter Scolari with Conrad John Schuck and Jackie Hoffman. Tickets are $67.50, $77.50 and $79.50. For more information call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 or buy online at Telling Tales WordTheatre presents Telling Tales at Guild Hall tomorrow at 8 PM. Visit



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Fine Art Show 19th Annual Juried Fine Art Show on the Montauk Green will be held Friday through Sunday. Visit www. Barbara Maslen “Har vesting The Land and Sea” Paintings by Barbara Maslen will be on display at The Remsenburg Academy Friday through September 2.

ONGOING Fabulous Fish Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center presents the art exhibit "Fabulous Fish," sculptures by John Rist, Jr. at Rogers Mansion. The show runs through November 2. Vered Gallery Vered Gallery is celebrating 100 years of American Modernism 1913 – 2013. Highlights include major oils by John Graham, Marsden Hartley, Milton Avery, and works on paper by Oscar Bluemner, Charles Sheeler, Alvin Langdon Coburn and  vintage




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photography by Alvin Langdon Coburn, Man Ray and Alexander Rodchencko, and furniture by Carlo Bugatti. The show runs through September 12.

Parrish Road Show Parrish Road Show, an off-site creative summer series that presents artist-driven programming at different East End locations, launches in August with installations by Sydney Albertini and Almond Zigmund. Albertini’s project, “And Also, I Have No Idea” will be on view through September 2, at the John Little Studio at Duck Creek Edwards Farm in Springs. The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum will host Almond Zigmund’s “Interruptions Repeated” from August 24 through September 10, with a reception August 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Admission to both installations is free. Visit www. Charlotte Park: The 1950s “Charlotte Park: The 1950s,” a selection of paintings by a close friend and colleague of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, will be on view at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center through October 31. The works are lent courtesy of the artist’s estate, by private

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Chuck Close “Chuck Close: Recent Works” is on display at Guild Hall. The show runs through October 14. Visit www. Island Dreams “Island Dreams,” an exhibit of Southern and Northern oil seascapes, landscapes, florals and giclees by Carol Gold may be seen at the Mattituck-Laurel Library daily except Sundays through August 31. An artist reception will be held Friday from 2 to 5 PM. The public is invited to come and enjoy viewing the paintings and meeting the artist. There will be a raffle of one of Gold’s works to benefit the Library, and everyone has a chance to win it. For more info call 631-298-1096. Nan Goldin QF Gallery in East Hampton presents “Nan Goldin: Wish You Were Here,” the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery, curated by Carrie Mackin. The show runs through Sunday. REVERSE ENGINEERING The Fireplace Project, a contemporary art gallery in East Hampton, presents the group exhibition “Reverse Engineering,” curated by Bill Powers, featuring works by Aurel Schmidt, Josephine Meckseper, and Alisa Baremboym. The show will run through Monday. SUMMERTIME Southampton Cultural Center presents “SUMMERTIME: eight perspectives,” featuring artists Priscilla Bowden, Louise Eastman, Cornelia Foss, R.J.T. Haynes, Paton Miller, Louise Peabody, Anne Seelbach, and Lewis Zacks at the Levitas Center for the Arts. The show, curated by Arlene Bujese, runs through August 27. Drew Doggett Award-winning photographer Drew Doggett will present

“Discovering the Horses of Sable Island Photography Show” at Sylvester & Co. Home Store in Amagansett. The show runs through September 30.

Memory Motel Art Gallery at the Quogue Library August 2013 Exhibit “Memor y Motel: An iPhone Photo Gallery” by Lauren Lyons will be on display through September 2. Jazz Age Jazz Age East Hampton (19191933): Clothes, Clubs & Contraband opens at the Clinton Academy Museum on Saturday. The East Hampton Historical Society has sourced over 80 images of life during America’s “last fling” – from the local gentry to the famous folks that had already begun embracing the East End. In addition to photographs, they will create vignettes of period fashion, decorative arts and even display a 70 year old contraband bottle of liquor. A special section will be devoted to the Ladies Village Improvement Society (LVIS) Fair and the Maidstone Club. The exhibit will run through October 13. A special curator’s tour by Director Richard Barons takes place Saturday at 10 AM. Joel Perlman Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Joel Perlman’s sculptures, on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden. The scupltures will remain on display through October. Visit Herman N. Hynema The Southold Historical Society will host an exhibition of paintings by noted 19th century New York City painter Herman N. Hyneman (1849-1907). The exhibit, entitled “Herman N. Hyneman: A Jewish Artist Rediscovered,” will be on display in the Cosden-Price Gallery in the Society’s Reichert Family Center in Southold through September 21.




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by Asher Lee ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) What kind of life do you really want to lead? That is the question. Do you want to lead a big giant life that you will have to work 24/seven to support, or would you prefer a smaller life that is rich within and you won’t have to be crazy to support? This is the time to decide. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Pay attention to your thoughts. See if there are times when you intentionally choose to think the worst of a situation and purposely compromise your happiness because you are afraid if you allow yourself to be happy, then you will be disappointed later on. Don’t rob yourself of the joy of this moment because you are worried about potential disappointment in the next.   GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Fear is no longer a viable reason to convince yourself you can’t do the things you want to do. Really take a look at how you approach situations and see if you notice how often you cater to your fears and retreat, or believe the worst-case scenario, rather than squelch your fears and trust yourself and the situation. Look at your small fear thoughts as if they are sparks about to ignite something much larger. Put out the sparks.   CANCER (June 22 - July 23) You will need to mind your own energy this week. What that means is that you need to allow others to make their own choices and decisions, even if you think they are doing the stupidest thing they could possibly do. It often seems easy from the outside to know what others are doing “wrong,” but we can never truly know someone else’s karma. Mind your own energy. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) I know, sometimes it seems that saying ‘why bother?’ and throwing up your hands may be the best choice. However that is NOT your best choice right now. Your mind may not be seeing things as clearly as you would like and you may have some misinformation in play. Giving up now, thinking that all is lost, and indulging your doubts and fears is really not the best choice. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Here’s the deal with this week. Things will most likely not turn out the way you want, although they may end up being exactly what you need. How much fun or joy you find in this week will be determined by how well you

allow things to be what they are rather than insisting they should be different. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) It’s all about feeling safe enough to be who you really are, at least for this week, anyway. Take a look around you and see how you have created this safe world, safer than before, and know that it may be time to allow parts of yourself to have free expression, because it is safe now.   SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Come on, now, you remember who you are, right? Don’t forget all you have gone through to get to this place in your life and don’t forget that you can trust yourself to deal with whatever may come up and not only deal with it, but come out of it better than before. Remember who you are and all that has led you to this place and trust yourself – truly! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) This is not a week to believe anyone else’s opinions or perspectives over your hunches and direct experience. You are bigger than most people are aware and you need to start showing them. Allow yourself to be fully selfexpressed and don’t feel that you have to tone yourself down so that you don’t upset someone else. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) You may not be able to see how things will unfold in the future, yet you can trust that things will work out. Having faith is the great challenge this week and you will need to in some cases ignore what seems to be and trust the people around you and the Universe, regardless.   AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Magic is in the air this week. Serendipity is the norm rather than the exception and all you need do is pay attention. Say all you need to say to those around you, especially if you have been holding anything back in the previous days or weeks. You have some extra special communication skills at your disposal, so keep on talking and watch as the magic unfolds!   PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) This week you will be able to quickly see that your feelings are directly connected to your thoughts and how you choose to think about a thing or even simply what you choose to think about. Pay attention to what your mind is doing and don’t allow it to run amok! Thoughts and feelings

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Today’s Birthday: Doc Holliday, 1851 He wasn’t exactly the typical neighborhood dentist. John Henry Holliday was reared in Georgia and lost his mother to tuberculosis when he was only 15. He devoted himself to his studies and at the age of 19 enrolled in dental school and graduated from what is now the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. He opened a practice in Atlanta but learned shortly after that he, too, had the dreaded TB. “Doc” moved to Texas, believing the drier air would help his health. He opened a dentistry practice in Dallas and took to playing cards there. He soon learned he could make more money gambling in the saloons than he could pulling teeth. After a stint in Deadwood Holliday returned to Texas and met Wyatt Earp, the assistant city marshal in Fort Griffin. Earp enjoyed a good game of cards as well and the two forged a friendship that would last a lifetime. Earp moved to Tombstone with his brothers around 1880 and Holliday followed. It was there the infamous Gunfight at OK Corral occurred in December 1881. Later, after two of Earp’s brothers were ambushed, it is said Holliday and Earp set out to exact revenge. Over the next couple years Frank Stillwell, Ike Clanton, “Indian Charlie” Cruz, and Johnny Ringo were all found dead in different locales. Holliday was eventually arrested in Colorado for Ringo’s death but was released on bail with the help of Bat Masterson, a friend of the Earps. Doc sought the recuperative power of the Hot Springs in Glenwood but the fumes made his condition even worse. He died in a nearby hotel, famously with his boots off, which he vowed not to do. “Doc was a dentist whom necessity had made a gambler; a gentleman a philosopher with a caustic wit and the nerviest, speediest, deadliest man with a six-gun that I ever knew,” Earp wrote in a eulogy for his friend. Holliday, asked if his conscience ever troubled him replied, “I coughed that up with my lungs, years ago.” From the Can’t Make This Stuff Up Department: Holliday’s longtime companion was known only as “Big Nose Kate.” are connected; so if you want to change how you are feeling, start to think about your life or a situation differently.   NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read the sign before and after your birthday. Asher Lee is a professional Astrologer and Tarot reader. She is

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Guess what? He died, just like the rest of us. Ashton Kutcher, in the title role, isn’t convincing – Ok, he’s an embarrassment. Josh Gad is a caricature of Steve Wozniak, Job’s partner. Joshua Michael Stern, the director, paints a patronizing por trait, pandering to the Apple-gooks and probably, Job’s family. It’s a bomb.

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Now Playing We’re The Millers (R) Wait a minute – could this be a “comedy” starring Jennifer Aniston that doesn’t suck? Yes, it is. Credit Jason Sudeikis, who is irresistibly funny as a small-time pot dealer. When things go horribly awry, he agrees to smuggle drugs – and invents an “instant family” as a cover. That’s where our Jen, a stripper who lives next door, comes in, and yes, she is terrific in the role. It’s the comedy hit of the summer – who knew? Lovelace (R) First of all, how could it be rated R? Deep Throat was a phenomenon when it hit theaters in 1972, a porn movie that was scripted, well made, and of course, extremely graphic. This is the story of its star, ably played by Amanda Seyfried. Peter Sarsgaard is excellent as “the director” who discovered her, and Chris Noth and Sharon Stone both are effective in supporting roles. Linda Susan Boreman Marchiano, the aforementioned porn star, ended up living in Center Moriches and raised a family there. BTW, she died in 2002 and was a crusader against pornography for much of her life. This is, surprisingly, a good film. Yes, it’s a bit over the top, but it’s worth a look. 2 Guns (R) Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington pack the aforementioned heat and do the buddy thing. You’ve seen it all before, but it’s undeniably entertaining. The Spectacular Now (R)* Critics and test audiences are falling in love with this obscure effort by director Michael H. Weber. The tale about two high school sweethearts is engaging, funny, and poignant. Shailene Woodley (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) steals the show as “the good girl.” Miles Teller holds his own, playing against type as the good looking, popular senior boy. A great supporting cast led by Kyle Chandler (“Friday Night Lights”) and Jennifer Jason Leigh adds depth without stepping on the toes of the youngsters. Red 2 (PG-13) The gang from Retired Extremely Dangerous is back for another go after the first film went viral worldwide. Bruce Willis, as Frank Moses, is, well, Bruce Willis. But John Malkovich damn near steals the show again – except of course, for the presence of Helen Mirren and Mary-Louise Parker. Oh yeah, Anthony Hopkins is in it, too. It’s more of the snappy banter and action, but of course, it seems a bit more contrived this time around. It’s still the fun movie of the summer.




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Museum on Montauk Highway in Water Mill opens with a concert on the terrace, a sunset with Bach at 6 PM. Free with museum admission. • Fridays Outdoor Movies Under the Stars on the lawn at the Southampton Center: Films begin at sunset (approx. 8:30 PM). Bring your beach chairs, blankets and refreshments and enjoy an evening of film and entertainment. In the event of rain, all outdoor film screenings will be moved indoors. This week, see Jaws. • The Parrish Art Museum hosts a “Sip and Sketch Social Club” at 6 PM. BYO sketch pad and dry media drawing materials for a life drawing workshop with two models. Advance registration required. • The annual quilt show and sale held at the Water Mill Museum in Water Mill kicks off from 11 AM to 5 PM today. Through September 15.

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 8•14•13 • Get ready to dunk a camp counselor in the dunk tank, launch yourself at a Velcro wall, and catch some air in a bouncy castle at Ross School’s first annual Summer Camp Carnival today, from 5:30 to 8 PM. (Rain date: August 15.) Held on the School’s Athletic Field, near the Tennis Center, this action-packed carnival boasts fun activities for everyone. THURSDAY 8•15•13 • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce hosts a farmers market on the green every Thursday from 9 AM to 2 PM. • Citizen for Access Rights and Hamptons Drive-In will host their Family Outdoor Movie Night (Raindate: August 30) at Maidstone Park Ball Field in Springs.  The featured movie will be Despicable Me. Gates will open at 7:30 PM. with the movie beginning at 8:30 PM. $5 for non-members and CfAR members pay nothing. Guests are encouraged to bring beach chairs and blankets for watching the movie. Snacks and refreshments will be available for purchase. No outside food or beverages will be permitted.  • Peconic Land Trust and the South Fork Natural History Museum study a colony of “lost ladybugs” at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett. Join them as they capture, identify and release ladybugs at the farm. 10 AM till noon. Free. Call 631-537-9735 to reserve your spot. FRIDAY 8•16•13 • The Montauk Artist’s Association presents its Juried Fine Art Show today, tomorrow and Sunday on the green in the middle of the hamlet. Noon to 6 PM today and tomorrow, Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM. • East Hampton Town Kiwanis and Montauk Friends of Erin host the 13th annual Montauk Mercury Grand Slam fishing tournament at Uihlein’s Marina & Boat Rental in Montauk. Starts today at 3 PM, runs through Sunday. Call 631-668-3799 to learn more. SATURDAY 8•17•13 • First Annual HAMPTONS CUP 10-and-Under Tournament to benefit Fighting Chance, free cancer counseling center for the East End. 10 AM to 3 PM. A Day Of Tennis, Art & Fashion at HAMPTON RACQUET 172 Buckskill Road, East Hampton Children’s Art Show 3 to 5:30 PM. The Maidstone, 207 Main Street, East

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SUNDAY 8•18•13 • Eat Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue sponsors a “Red Devil” open water swim at Fresh Pond in Amagansett. It features half mile, mile, and two mile courses. Register the morning of the event. 7:30 AM. • Amagansett Fire Department hosts its annual chicken barbecue. 2 to 6 PM. • Marc Epstein is the special guest at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons “Scholars and Speakers” program this week. 10:30 AM for bagels; program starts at 11.

SATURDAY 8•17•13 • Farmers markets are held in Sag Harbor, behind the Breakwater Yacht Club, and Westhampton, in the village parking lot off Mill Road, every Saturday. Both run from 9 AM to 1 PM. • The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons offers a lecture entitled “The Layered Garden” at Marders on Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton 10 AM. • The Beebe Windmill on the corner of Ocean Road and Hildreth Avenue in Bridgehampton is open from 10 AM to noon.

TUESDAY 8•20•13 • Democrats for East Hampton Town offices will hold a “listen in” in the St. Michael’s Affordable House community room. 7 PM.


SUNDAY 8•18•13 • The Southampton Chamber of Commerce hosts a farmers market each week from 9 AM to 2 PM on the west side grounds of the Southampton Center on Jobs Lane in the village. • An antiques fair will be held at 159 Main Street Southampton from 9 AM to 3 PM. • ACROBUFFOS, WATERBOMBS! Draw your swords! A hysterical water balloon gladiator show with comic antics, flying water balloons, and loud opera music. All ages. One show at 3 PM, and another show at 4 PM! At the Southampton Center on Jobs Lane in the village. • John Walker, world-renowned church musician and concert organist, will present his first recital at Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor 3 to 4 PM. He will play a Mendelssohn sonata composed around the time the church’s organ was built and conclude his program with “Concert Variations on The Star-Spangled Banner,” which features a display of virtuosity for the organ pedal

THURSDAY 8•15•13 • Bring your unused medications to the Bridgehampton Senior Center from 10 AM to noon as Legislator Jay Schneiderman presents “Shed the Meds,” a pharmaceutical take-back event. • Free concerts at the gazebo are offered in Westhampton Beach every Thursday. 7:30 PM. This week the Sound Symphony performs. FRIDAY 8•16•13 • Tour the new Planned Parenthood SmartWheels Mobile Education and Testing Van, making its debut at the Hayground School Farmers’ Market, and learn about this important resource. Bridgehampton. 3 to 6:30 PM. • Every Friday the Hampton Library hosts outdoor art from 11 AM to noon. Let your creative juices flow in the shade of the old oak tree. Call to register. • The Southampton Arts Festival at Parrish Art

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MONDAY 8•19•13 • The Town of Southampton’s “Movies in the Park” series will have its last showing at the East Quogue Village Green. Bring your blanket/chair for an enjoyable night. Refreshments will be sold. 8 to 10 PM. • Drive In Movies at Coopers Beach present Seabiscuit at 7 PM. TUESDAY 8•20•13 • Join SoFo for a leisurely paced one-hour hike in Vineyard Field, the field behind the South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo), and afterward, for some convivial conversation and refreshments in the moonshine. Meet at the SoFo Museum parking lot, 377 Bridgehampton Turnpike, 200 yards north of the RR tracks. To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735 or night of event contact leader Jean Dodds, 631-599-2391. 8 to 9 PM.

North Fork FRIDAY 8•16•13 • The Shelter Island Public Library and Rory Kennedy will show the documentary, Ethel, which celebrates the remarkable life of Ethel Kennedy, the wife of Robert F. Kennedy, through a treasure trove of revealing and little-known anecdotes from those who know her best: her family. Rory Kennedy will stay for Q & A after the film. 7 PM. SATURDAY 8•17•13 • A farmers market is held on the grounds of havens House Museum on Shelter Island each week from 9 AM to 12:30 PM. • Fleetʼs Neck Property Owners Association is sponsoring a 5K Run through the beautiful Fleet’s Neck neighborhood. The 5K Run will begin at 9 AM; a family 5K run/walk will kick off at 9:05 AM at Pequash Park, tucked away at the end of Pequash Avenue and West Road in Cutchogue. Call 631-734-8027 to learn more. SUNDAY 8•18•13 • First Parish Church on Sound Avenue in Northville hosts a food drive each Sunday from 10:30 AM to noon.

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Stirring the Pot Guild Hall presents Stirring the Pot: Conversations with Culinary Celebrities with Thomas Keller on Sunday at 11 AM. The event is hosted and interviewed by Florence Fabricant. Chef/Owner of The French Laundry, Per Se, Bouchon, Bouchon Bakery, Bar Bouchon and Ad Hoc. Book signing to follow. Visit Restaurant Week The bi-annual and award-winning Long Island Restaurant Week kicks off its Fall 2013 campaign on Sunday, November 3 for eight days ending on Sunday, November 11. Participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix fixe for $27.95 all night, every night they are open except Saturday when the menu will only be offered until 7 PM. Restaurants – spanning Long Island’s 118 miles – are signing up daily to participate. Each will serve its own unique $27.95 menu with a

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5-6pm 6-7pm 7-11pm Live Music 6:30-9:30pm / DJ SOCO


WEDNESDAY TWIN LOBSTER NIGHT Two 1 lb. Lobsters, Potato & Corn



1 lb. Lobster, Baked Clam, Steamed Mussels, Potato & Corn

Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm $4 Corona Lights $4 Miller Lites Live Music with Live Music with Steve Fredricks Joe Allegue




Come by Car or Boat • Available for Private Parties and Weddings

Cliff’s Elbow Room, Cliff’s Elbow Too! and Cliff’s Rendezvous New York Shell Steak Porterhouse Steak Filet Mignon Marinated in Cliff’s Special Sauce, then Broiled to your taste

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Cliff’s Elbow Room 1549 Main Road, Jamesport


Cliff’s Elbow Too!

Cliff’s Rendezvous



1085 Franklinville Road, Laurel LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

313 E. Main Street Riverhead




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Located on the Atlantic Ocean in Westhampton Beach, Saltwater Grill offers delicious food, fantastic drinks and unparalleled views of the ocean’s surf.

Lunch * Dinner * Cocktails

Open Friday June 21st Full time til Labor Day (631) 288-1485 (In the Dune Deck Hotel)

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47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY (631) 604-5585

Featuring all your favorite dishes & items as our sister restaurant Dune Road’s Only Oceanfront Restaurant

Java Nation Hamptons Kona Connection

Open 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Still serving the best Italian food and garlic rolls since 1973

Sundays serving lunch and brunch from 12:00 to 3:00 Serving dinner menu all day Sunday prix-fixe, three course $24.95 all day

112 Maple Lane, Bridgehampton


Award winning complimentary garlic rolls Fresh local seafood and delicious salads Outdoor Dining Reservations four or more Gluten-Free Menu Available Private Rooms for Parties Open 7 Nights at 5:30 for Dinner 30 MADISON STREET, SAG HARBOR, NY • 631-725-2747


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NEW MOON Established CAFE 1978 Prime Meats • Groceries Produce • Take-Out Fried Chicken • BBQ Ribs Sandwiches • Salads Party Platters and 6ft. Heroes Beer, Ice, Soda

• Dinner served nightly at

5:00 pm • Saturday Lunch at Noon • Sunday Brunch at Noon • Daily 5:00pm Happy Hours Our nightly Prix Fixe Special from 5-7pm Two Tex-Mex Dinners for $25 Choice of any 2 entrees from our South o’the Border Menu, plus a Nacho appetizer.

This Summer it’s The Moon!

Wholesale 725-9087 Retail 725-9004

524 Montauk Highway, East Quogue Take-out

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



Open 7 Days a Week

27 front st., greenport, ny 11944 631.477.4265 CHEN’S GARDEN CHINESE RESTAURANT

Take-out & Free Delivery (Min. $15) SZECHUAN & CANTONESE SPECIALTIES


No MSG $15.00 FREE Egg Roll $25.00 FREE Quart of Soup $35.00 FREE Order of Dumplings $50.00 FREE Order of Sesame cken Chicken



478 Montauk Hwy. (Next To Dutch Motel) East Hampton




Thursdays 6pm and Saturdays at 12 noon Best View in Montauk • BBQ-Fish Tacos-Lobster Rolls Kid and Pet Friendly Like us on

59 Star Island Rd., Montauk

at the Star Island Yacht Club and Marina


Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner




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East End Libraries

By Kitty Merrill

Here’s a list of new programs at local libraries. Check in with your local branch for ongoing programs. Montauk Library 631-668-3377 SATURDAY 8•17•13 • The Friends of the Montauk Library presents the Long Island mandolin and guitar quartet at 7 PM. The event is free. SUNDAY 8•18•13 • Architect Richard Sheckman will give an illustrated talk about “The Carl Fisher Era.” 4 PM.

East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 FRIDAY 8•16•13 • A traveling farms visits and offers a petting zoo for kids aged four and up (accompanied by an adult) 2:30 to 3:30 PM. Sign up required. WEDNESDAY 8•21•13 • The classic love story, Random Harvest, starring Ronald Coleman and Greer Garson, screens from 5 to 7 PM. Sign up at the adult reference desk. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 THURSDAY 8•15•13 • The family movie this week is Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted. 3:30 to 4:30 PM. Register in advance. SATURDAY 8•17•13 • Kati Marton, former correspondent for ABC News and NPR, is the author of eight books. Her most recent

work, Paris, A Love Story, is a memoir about her life and marriages to Peter Jennings and Ambassador Richard Holbrooke. She’s the guest author from 6 to 7 PM. Registration required.

Hampton Library 631-537-0015 THURSDAY 8•15•13 • Brains! Kids aged 12 and up make zombified cupcakes, delicious and gruesome, at 1 PM. Call to register. FRIDAY 8•16•13 • The Fridays at Five series presents award-winning novelist, short story writer and screenwriter James Salter. Gates open at 4:30, with beverages and hors d’oeuvres served in the garden behind the library’s Main Street, Bridgehampton, locale.

Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 TUESDAY 8•20•13 • Meet the Laughing Diva, learn about a powerful tool that is used by many professionals around the world to help their clients laugh and live fully in a variety of settings. This is a complete well-being workout that integrates exercises and the power of breath, movement and sound. You must reserve your spot. 11 AM to noon. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 THURSDAY 8•15•13 • Take a class that combines the science of

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movement (kinesiology) with an innovative workout aimed at better aligning connective tissue (fascia) through aerobics, stretching and Qigong (meditative movements.) $5. 6 to 7 PM.

Westhampton Free Library 631-288-3335 THURSDAY 8•15•13 • Teens can show off their mysterious sides by crafting a mask. 6 PM. • Travis McKeveny performs at 7:30 PM.

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Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 FRIDAY 8•16•13 • Every week, it’s “Fun Fridays” in the teen room for kids in grades six to 12. Register in advance. • Check out “story time for grown-ups” at noon. SATURDAY 8•17•13 • There’s a book sale every Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Wednesdays, too. MONDAY 8•19•13 • Two representatives from New York Life Insurance Company will process medical ID cards for seniors in the Maria Room in Cooper Hall from noon to 3 p.m. • Valerie diLorenzo will discuss iMemories for Mac at the Rogers Memorial Library at 5:30 PM.

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


La Parmigiana in Southampton

Chinatown Restaurant Delicious Chinese Food Take-Out

DELIVERY ($15 Minimum) OPEN DAILY 324-1999 • 324-1908

66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 SUSHI AVAILABLE


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Photographer Of The Week

Pam Greinke Title: Seagulls & Boats




Congratulations Mickey Valcich 2013 MVA Honoree

Book Signing at the Montauk Bookshop on the Circle, 37 The Plaza, Montauk Saturday, August 24th 6-8pm 631-668-4599 Wine will be served


A Different Point of View

Mother of the Bride/Groom Evening Prom Cocktail Pageant Sporty Sweet 16

EVA 631-567-6650

4840 Sunrise Highway, Sayville

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