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Steve Bannon? First of all, he needs a haircut and a comb. Is he the racist and anti-Semite you think he is? Doesn’t matter. We are now living in an occupied country. Democrats and Republicans like me who voted for Hillary now know how the Japanese felt in 1945. You don’t want General Douglas MacArthur running your country? Too bad, you lost the war. As it turns out, whichever bozo showed up would have beaten Hillary. And that’s too bad. Hillary would have been a fine president.

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It started out as a surprise. Christine Arkinson contacted The Independent with a request: “This is a long shot - but hoping you’ll consider. My father passed away several years ago at which time I moved my mother into my home. She loves to sketch and make her own holiday cards. Simply for the family to enjoy. My mother always looks at the local papers and comments,’My artwork should be on a cover of a paper.’ She’s turning 75 and I was hoping to make her dream come true.” Arkinson wanted to surprise her mom, but after hearing Cynthia Hamiwka’s story, we had to meet her. “Call me Cindy,” Hamiwka said Thursday afternoon. A native of the Bronx, she moved from upstate New York to Springs to live with Arkinson about two years ago. She hangs out at the East Hampton Senior Center almost daily, noting, “You meet a lot of nice people there and you could never be bored.” Arranging the interview had to wait until the afternoon BINGO game concluded. Creativity, frugality, and a grandmother’s love prompted Hamiwka to start making special cards to celebrate holidays and birthdays. “I saw the price of those Hallmark cards and decided I could make cards for all the holidays and give my grandchildren the extra money.” The artist sketched holiday scenes in pencil, leaving them uncolored, so the children could color them in. “ I a l w a y s l o v e d t o d r a w,” Hamiwka explained. Her childhood passion took a backseat for a time, as life and raising children intervened. After her husband of nearly 30 years died, she didn’t wallow in grief. She put the drawing on the backburner again, she said, “because I got so busy.” A collector, she began putting together displays of antiques and collectibles and opened a kiosk at the flea market in Paterson. “I used to do it every Sunday, it was just two miles from my house.” One day, she recalled, she was “so happy” when a professional artist bought one of her Christmas cards to frame and give as a gift. When her stepfather died, Arkinson worried about her mother living alone, and built a house designed to accommodate her. Uprooted and moving to a new home, the 74-year-old doesn’t languish. “You can’t be bored,” CONTINUED ON PAGE 49.

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Remember when Thanksgiving holiday weekend was about actually giving thanks? Neither do I. Today, eager American shoppers seem to be rushing through their family dinners in order to get to the nearest store for the best discounts. The joy and selflessness of the holiday season seems to be forgotten, or trampled over. In 2015, Black Friday collected over $67 billion in in-store spending as over 130 million consumers prepared their wallets. Cyber Monday, the online day of the discount, in 2015 had consumers spending almost $3 billion. Americans are so quick to save a buck that the true meaning of the season is fading away. Or is it? N o w, i n i t s f i f t h y e a r ,

following a weekend of buying is a day designated to giving, #GivingTuesday, which falls this year on November 29. The day was started in 2012 by the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at New York City’s 92nd Street Y, a nonprofit cultural and community center, with the partnership of the United Nations Foundation. Together, these groups allotted a day to kick off the charitable season of giving. Maybe Giving Tuesday isn’t as exciting as battling your way to the register to purchase that brand new drone you had your eye on this season, that you woke up at 3 AM to wait in line for, but it is likely to feel far more rewarding. Through evolving social

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remember that driving under the influence of alcohol poses serious F legal issues and far worse, it puts all of us on the road at risk,” CAP Community Prevention Specialist Cynthia Redmond said. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol impairment counted for 31 percent particularly during the holiday of overall driving fatalities. Riverhead Town Police Chief season. The Let’s Keep Riverhead S a f e C a m p a i g n r e m i n d s t h e Hegermiller added, “The holiday community about the serious risks season is a time for Santa, good and consequences of driving under cheer, get-togethers and parties, but don’t con yourself into thinking the influence of alcohol. “ With holiday parties and that you can drink and drive. The celebrations just around the corner, Riverhead Police will be out in it is important for all of us to full force along with other police

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departments, extra patrols and those pop-up checkpoints. “If you are DWI, we will get you. It is much easier getting a ride home in a cab or with a friend than taking that dreaded ride with us to jail.  Together, all of us can make sure that this season is a safe and happy one for everyone.” In New York State, drivers over the age of 21, who have a blood alcohol content (BAC) .08% or above will be charged with DWI. Underage drivers who are discovered driving under the influence of alcohol will be charged with DWI if their BAC is .02% or above. Leandra’s Law (Child Passenger Protection Act) makes it an automatic felony if a driver is charged with DWI and has a passenger, under the age of 15, in the vehicle. In an effort to raise awareness and decrease DWI, the Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth will have its mobile billboard truck out on Saturday, and Sunday, December 18, spreading holiday cheer and offering sound advice. The coalition will also provide print and digital versions of the campaign to community partners who would like to participate. Community members who take a picture of the truck, post it on Facebook, and tag Riverhead CAP will be entered into a contest to win a Tanger Outlet gift card. It is asked that participants exercise caution by not taking pictures or posting while driving a vehicle. The mission of the Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth is to engage collaborative partners in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of strategies that prevent youth substance use. In 2013, the coalition was awarded a five-year Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Grant through the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). For more information about the coalition, or to participate, please call Riverhead CAP at (631) 727-3722 or visit RiverheadCAP.org. Content provided by Riverhead CAP


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How Hillary Lost The Presidency

agree a perfect confluence of events occurred in the hours before the election that swung key electoral votes to Donald Trump.

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Those of us tuning in to the television around midnight Election Night might well have reached to adjust the color: The electoral map, which was supposed to be swathed in blue, was shockingly red-hued. The lesson learned above all others: the metrosexual liberals in New York City and the Hollywood celebs may get all the ink, but

national elections are decided in the heartland of this vast country. It was the most shocking upset in a Presidential race since Dewey/ Truman, and possibly of all time. In the days following Hillary Clinton’s startling defeat to Donald Trump on Election Day, experts analyzed the voting data in an attempt to understand the unthinkable. Yes, Clinton ruled the

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coastlines – she had a 1.5 million vote plurality in New York State and a huge lead in California, but that’s precisely why electoral votes, and not popular votes, are used to decide the election – our forefathers did not want one or two of the largest states exerting their will over the others. Though even the experts disagree on some points, almost all

L u kewa r m S u p p o r t Fr o m Female Voters On October 7 a video capturing Trump saying lewd and disparaging things about women seemed to sound the death knell for his campaign. “When you’re a star,” he said into a hot microphone off the air, “they let you do it. You can do anything.” It was the nadir of his campaign, and talk in the following days was that Trump should resign from the race. Clinton, already comfortably ahead in the popular vote and in almost every swing state, saw her numbers skyrocket. She was 15 Continued on Page 16.


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of the Trump tape. Throne-Holst pointed out Suffolk County is known nationally as a “bellwether” – voters here tend to be in sync with the national populace. “We reflect the national sentiment,” Throne-Holst said after the election. “Why aren’t women more galvanized? Women who live in poverty get sexually assaulted and no one knows about it . . . why aren’t women more offended?” In an op-ed piece published in the New York Times on November 9 Lindy West wrote, “We, as a culture, do not take women seriously on a profound level . . . We do not believe women. We do not trust women. We do not like women.” Indeed, Exhibit A is the relative lack of support for Hillary among female voters. Young women supported her by a 63-31 margin, meaning millions voted for Trump. In the key battleground states Hillary enjoyed only a 12 percent plurality among women. Clare Malone, writing for ESPN, pegged the problem simply: “Clinton couldn’t win over enough white women.” Consider Iowa: white women voted for Trump overall by a 5343 margin; Clinton barely eked out a majority of college educated

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 15. percentage points ahead in many polls. With a month to go, the Trump candidacy seemed dead in the water. But a defiant Trump rallied. Though the mainstream media continued to insist the race was over, Trump’s numbers began inching up. After the second presidential debate the same scenario unfolded. Media talking heads trumpeted Clinton’s performance and polls indicated she had won the debate handily, but Trump was once again digging into the frontrunner’s lead. Anna Throne-Holst, like Clinton a Democrat (see accompanying article), was soundly defeated by the incumbent Lee Zeldin, an unabashed Trump supporter, in the race for the First Congressional District seat. Zeldin had a 10-point lead before Trump’s near-fatal gaffe, and prevailing wisdom assumed Throne-Holst could only benefit from Trump’s refusal to appear contrite for his sexist remarks and Zeldin’s refusal to criticize him. Yet Zeldin’s numbers went up higher considerably higher - in the wake

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women, winning that segment 51-45. These numbers were much lower than pollsters predicted and down markedly from the support President Obama enjoyed four years ago. T h e N e w Yo r k T i m e s s a i d Democratic pollsters have blamed the loss on “a drifting of collegeeducated suburban women” to Trump in the final days of the campaign. The Times reported some Clinton donors complained about her “lack of a compelling message for white working-class voters.”

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when the unthinkable occurred: the Midwest Firewall collapsed. Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Iowa all went for Trump on Election Night, and Michigan, too close to call, also eventually fell. Pollsters, which showed leads for Clinton just days before the race, were flabbergasted, but in hindsight the danger signs were there for the Clinton camp to read and they were ignored. The breakdown didn’t begin with Trump, but with Bernie Sanders. The frail senator from New Hampshire blasted through the Midwest with guns ablaze, obliterating Clinton’s huge support base in a matter Continued on Page 17.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 16. of weeks. His victory in the Ohio primary in March was once thought to be impossible. And talk about a bellwether – Ohio voters had correctly picked the winners of the presidential race in every election since 1968. Sanders also won Michigan – a state devastated by the NAFTA agreement Trump successfully blamed on President Bill Clinton, as well as West Virginia – coal miner’s country. Clinton and her advisors made the mistake of overestimating Clinton’s strength. They assumed a vote for Sanders was a vote for the Democratic nominee, but exit polls by Edison Research found instead many voters in those states, unhappy with the status quo, turned to Trump in the last week: the Republican candidate wasn’t particularly likeable or trustworthy, but he represented change.

The Washington Outsider Though the media continually painted Trump’s campaign as one in disarray, it also chose to minimize or ignore completely the energetic crowds who came to hear him speak – and his own hard work. Tr u m p z e r o e d i n o n t h e battleground states, repeatedly v i s i t i n g O h i o , Pe n n s y l v a n i a , Wisconsin, and Iowa, and also courted states thought to be safe Democratic havens like North Carolina and Minnesota. When he repeatedly promised to put a 35-percent tax on Ford automobiles made in Mexico the crowds would invariably erupt. In a blistering article about Trump’s demise, the Gray Lady all but pronounced the tycoon dead in the water, or as the Times stated, “falling into despair.” Published just two days before the election and written by a team of reporters supposedly embedded in the Trump campaign caravan led by Maggie Hagerman, the article focused on the gloom infecting the Trump camp. The Times almost gleefully “reported” the tension among Trump insiders. Worst of all, the article implied the election was over – there was really no point voting for Trump. But the Times’ version clashed with reality, according to Trump insiders. In fact, Trump’s digital director, Brad Parscale, was at that moment telling the candidate Pennsylvania was turning in his direction. “You can almost slice the excitement with a knife. You can feel it in the air,” Parscale said. But the Times reporters, on the same plane, felt the need to inject, “it’s

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a state the polls show Clinton is winning.” Even as the New York Times was eagerly and prematurely publishing its “Clinton Wins” issue, the Clinton camp was the one in freefall. Clinton was supposed to end her campaign with a celebratory rally in Philadelphia with the Obamas the night before the election. Instead, the candidate, who fought off a bout with pneumonia during the campaign, was hustled back on the campaign plane for a midnight rally in Raleigh as her staff grappled with the alarming fact that Trump had moved ahead in that battleground state as well. She looked exhausted.

Biased Media, Erroneous Polls The New York Times, in an unprecedented move, actually apologized for its election coverage and acknowledged editors and publishers made a conscience decision to cast Trump in a bad light. For a newspaper that made its reputation on being objective, it was the last straw for a publication that has been leaning farther and farther left in recent years. And subscribers are bailing out, undoubtedly the reason for the mea culpa. But the Times was not alone. A few days before the election the cover of the New Yorker had a ghastly image of Trump with the word “Loser” stamped on his face. Not a single word was written in the mainstream media about it.

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Yet in 2008 the same magazine published a much more benign caricature of Obama that outraged much of the Liberal nation and made headlines across the country. Critics called the image “gross, sick and pathetic” and demanded the resignation of the award winning artist Barry Blitt. The magazine’s editor, David Remnick, was forced to explain that it was satirical and said he believed “his readers are intelligent enough to get the joke.”

The Latino Surge Or Lack Thereof Much was made of the “Latino Surge” that would hand Clinton the White House. Once again the liberal news media fueled the fire. CNN said, “If Clinton wins, her coalition will consist of women, college-educated voters, and a swell of new Latino voters.” Post

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election analysis reveals there was no swell. In early voting in states like Nevada and Florida, there was evidence of burgeoning Latino turnout that was played up by the media. The media picked up on the long lines and extended hours at a Latino grocery store in Nevada and decided it was a national trend. In reality, it was an outlier. The Atlantic reported, “Latino support lagged well behind Obama’s.” Debunking the myth perpetrated by the news media, “Latino turnout was only slightly higher than usual.” There were nine million Latino voters in 2008, and 10 million four years later. The total for 2016 will approach 11 million, hardly the upsurge predicted and in line with the number of new Latino residents who gained citizenship. Continued on Page 20.

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found guilty of attempted murder Wednesday. Sabas Martinez, 47, was arrested after he shot Noemi Sanchez, 40, in her bedroom in February 2011. Martinez was tried last year however, the jury deadlocked on the attempted murder charge but found him guilty of Assault in the Second Degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota opted for a retrial and once again sought a murder conviction; Martinez again chose a jury trial. Last Wednesday Martinez, now

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44, was found guilty of Attempted Murder In The Second Degree after the jury deliberated for two days. The trial ran for two weeks. Police said though Martinez was a convicted felon, Sanchez allowed him to move into the Squaw Road Continued on Page 30.

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Congressman Lee Zeldin easily outpolled his challenger Anna Throne-Holst in the western part of the First Congressional District. That was expected – that part of the district oftentimes goes Republican, though Democrat Tim Bishop, a six-term incumbent Zeldin beat two years ago, often did well there. District wide Zeldin, unofficially, tallied 174,682 votes (59 percent), easily besting Throne-Holst, 121,640 (41 percent) in one of the most watched races in the country. The two candidates combined to spend $7 million, and Throne-Holst survived a costly primary battle as well. The shocking part of Zeldin’s triumph was that he defeated Throne-Holst, a former three-term Southampton Town Supervisor, on her own turf. Unofficial results from the Suffolk Board of Elections show Zeldin tallied 12,213 votes in Southampton, outpacing ThroneHolst, who garnered 11,521. One factor was the defection of the Independence Party, which opted for Zeldin, a political Conservative, over Throne-Holst, a longtime leader of the local Independence Party who ran as a Democrat (10,370 votes) and also on the Working Families Party Line (550). Zeldin received 506 on the Independence Party line and tallied 1465 more on the Conservative Party line, and that proved the difference in Southampton. The congressman’s strength in the town was an eye-opener – Throne-Holst was a popular politician, earning three terms as supervisor and before that, a seat on the town board. She won each of her elections easily and enjoyed broad support. In addition, The Hamptons have long been a Democratic, Liberal hotbed and Throne-Holst figured to benefit greatly by having Hillary Continued on Page 20.


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RICK’S SPACE Important Things To Ponder I called the suicide prevention hotline and they put me on hold. I have a medical condition that requires I take the prescription drug Viagra Falls. When a person you like passes gas it means she or he is inflatuated with you. Maybe they aren’t making the state mandated tests harder. Maybe the kids are getting dumber. Let me get this straight: His name is really Anthony Weiner? My heart is in the right place – the left side of my chest. A dog pooped in my carbon footprint. Remember coloring books and crayons? I never did get that big 128-crayon set with the built-in sharpener, and I resent my parents for it.

I’m going to enter the next Winter Olympics in the Solo Synchronized Swim category. I have started taking Pontius Pilates classes to work out all the aggression I harbor as a guilty Catholic. My definition of eternal love, which has been stolen by dozens of comics: Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles playing tennis. Maybe you should look up what “pate” is before you spread any more on that cracker. Why do so many superheroes wear capes? Just sayin’ -- They should make the entire plane out of the same stuff they make the Black Box with. Paul Anka is having my baby. If Snoop Doggy Dogg married Winnie the Pooh, he’d be Snoop Doggy Dogg Pooh.

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No matter what they tell you I’m convinced bugs that crawl in your ear can live forever somewhere inside your head. Sometimes when I look in the mirror I see their shadows behind my eyes. If Dolly Parton married Tommy Smothers, divorced and married Mr. Lucky, divorced him and married Martin Short, and then divorced him and married Ray Guy she would be Dolly Parton Smothers Lucky Short Guy. When was the last time a kid you know didn’t get something electronic for Christmas? I’m sorry, but there is no scenario I can envision that justifies a man in New York wearing a cowboy hat unless you’re that guy in the Village People.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17. Amazingly Trump, who wants to deport illegal immigrants, was getting 30 percent of the Latino vote on Election night. “Support for Trump is unexpectedly strong among Latinos,” The Atlantic reported.

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against the law, did not warrant her arrest. But Comey reopened his investigation when the FBI learned 600,000 of Hillary’s emails had found their way into the hands of former Congressman Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of Clinton’s most trusted aide, Huma Abedin. Comey closed out his investigation two days before the election, but Clinton herself blamed Comey for bringing the matter up again, and exit polls revealed it fed into the distrust voters felt about her. Yet the issue wouldn’t have been

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settled whether Comey came back on the scene or not. Republicans, and Trump, have vowed to prosecute Clinton regardless of the outcome of the election, and polls showed the matter weighed on voters. Comey said in July Clinton was “extremely careless” and that her emails likely fell into the wrong hands. He also stated he had “chosen” not to press charges, meaning there was possibly enough culpability to have the former Secretary of State arrested. Of course it didn’t help Clinton that Weiner, who is accused of texting obscene photos to an underage teenager and is a reviled figure, literally had full access to the inner workings of the US government while Clinton was the Secretary of State.

The Backlash The Blue States traditionally vote Democrat because they identify the party as being in tune with the working class. But Trump clearly stole that designation and Clinton unwittingly played into it. The columnist Maureen Callahan said part of the blame should be placed on “Hollywood’s lefty stars.” In the days before the election, while Trump was vowing to “Make America great again” and create good paying jobs for American workers Clinton was enveloped by wealthy celebrities: Jay Z, Beyoncé, LeBron James, Jennifer Lawrence and Bruce Springsteen but also by

some more controversial celebs like Miley Cyrus, Jon Stewart, Alec Baldwin and Samantha Bee. “Hollywood Liberals . . . and the coastal elite are out of touch with mainstream America,” Callahan said. They were preaching to the choir but it was Trump who delivered the message middle class America wanted to hear: “The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again,” he Tweeted. Bill Maher perhaps summed it up best: “Democrats, to a lot of Americans, have become a boutigue party of fake outrage. The party has lost the white working man.”

Obamacare It was the one anchor Clinton couldn’t untie from her foot. HMO rates skyrocketed across the nation and the people adversely affected got the grim news just a few days before the election. Clinton tried to distance herself, but her entire campaign was based on continuing the policies of the current administration. Trump, on the other hand, vowed to trash Obamacare (ACA) and repeated the vow everywhere he went. Ironically, after meeting with President Obama two days after his victory, Trump said he was open to keeping key parts of the ACA in place.

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Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents its 12th Annual “Thanksgiving Collective: Year-Round.” Curated by Tripoli Patterson, “Year-Round” will feature works by Alice Aycock, Max Blagg, Jennifer Cross, Robert Dash, Sabra Moon Elliot, Eric Freeman, Saskia Friedrich, Jeremy Grosvenor, Judith Hudson, Keith Sonnier, Susan Tepper, and Lucy Winton. The exhibition will be on view Saturday through January 30. A public opening reception for the artists will be held on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM. The Thanksgiving Collective began in 2005, and has continued each year serving as a platform for engagement of the local art scene. By introducing new artists to the gallery alongside artists that have already been spotlighted in the gallery’s group and solo exhibitions of the past, the annual collective is comprehensive and ever-changing.

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The Circle

“The Circle” Small Works Exhibit 2016 features fifty photographic works that depict how the circle plays an integral role in composition, form, design, and/or subject matter of

the image at Alex Ferrone Gallery in Cutchogue. Juried by art critic Charles A. Riley II, PhD, works by thirty national artists were selected for the exhibition. The artists’ reception opens the gift-giving season on Small Business Saturday, this Saturday from 6 to 8 PM and is open to the public.

The Wednesday Group

Ten artists from The Wednesday Group have over 20 pear paintings at The Golden Pear in East Hampton. Stop in, have a snack, and look at some deliciously wonderful pear art. Participating artists are Anna Franklin, Cynthia Loewen, Jean Mahoney, Alyce Peifer, Gene Samuelson, Frank Sofo, Bob Sullivan, Aurelio Torres, Pam Vossen, and Dan Weidmann. The show runs through January.

ONGOING November’s Bone

The Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton presents the group exhibit, “November’s Bone.” The Show runs through January 16.

East End Arts

East End Arts present an art show at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery, at the Jamesport Manor Inn featuring East End Arts members: oil paintings by Roxanne Panero of Sagaponack, and photographs by Sara Cedar Miller of Hampton Bays. The show will be on view until February 1.

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Holiday Giving Programs

The Retreat has launched its annual Holiday Giving Programs including, Adopt-A-Family, aimed at providing holiday presents or gift cards to families in need. In December, the Adopt-A-Family program provides gifts and gift cards for local families in need to brighten what can be a difficult holiday season. Sponsoring a family during the holiday season can provide a memorable holiday experience to clients going through a traumatic time. All gifts and gift cards must be received by December 12. The Retreat provides domestic violence services and education to families on the East End of Long Island. For those interested in contributing to the Holiday Giving Programs, call The Retreat's Holiday Help Line at 631-329-4398. You may also make a holiday donation online at www. theretreatinc.org.

House & Garden Tour

The East Hampton Historical Society presents its 2016 "House & Garden Tour," showcasing some of the finest examples of historical and modern architecture in The Hamptons. This year's tour — consisting of five unique houses — is scheduled for Saturday, November 26, from 1 to 4:30 PM. A kick-off cocktail party on the evening of Friday, November 25, welcomes in this year's highly anticipated house tour. This annual event, now in its 32nd year, will be held at the historical Maidstone Club, ringing in the East End holiday season in style. Tickets to the Opening Night Cocktail Party are $200 each, which include entry to the House Tour the following day. Tickets to the self-guided 2016 East Hampton House & Garden Tour are $65 in advance and $75 on the day of the tour. Visit www. easthamptonhistory.org.

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A Green Derby anniversary party and Thanksgiving food drive will be held on November 23 at 10 PM at 230 Down in Southampton. There will be live reggae featuring the legendary Skadanks Band, Winston Irie, Jamalski, and Panama. Bring three non perishable food items for reduced admission. Donations benefit Maureen's Haven Homeless Shelter at Hamptons United Methodist Church.

Fall for an ARFan during this three day post-Thanksgiving adoption fair on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 11 AM to 3 PM, at the ARF Adoption Center in Wainscott. Join for music, vendors, baked goods, free giveaways, holiday photos, and, most importantly, adoptable animals. Adoption fees are waived for approved applicants through the support of Best Friends Animal Society and Zappos. For more information contact adoptions@ arfhamptons.org or call 631-537-0400 ext. 203.

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Southampton Arts Center and DJ Twilo present “The Harvest” on Friday from 8 to 10 PM. The event is held for the East End’s farms and non profits. There will be farm stand food and drinks by Greenthumb Organic Farm. The cost is $10 and will benefit The Retreat, Whalebone Village, and LGBT Sag Harbor. For more info visit www. southamptonartscenter.org.

Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton invites the public for some very special holiday cheer at its annual “Holiday Social” for pet families. Bigger and better this year, it will take place right at the shelter decorated for the season on December 3 and 4 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Enjoy complimentary homemade goodies, hot cocoa and cider. Browse raffle prize baskets and the unique

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Denim And Dice

ELIH Auxiliary invites the community to "Denim And Dice In December" on Saturday, December 3, at Peconc Bay Yacht Club in Southold. Enjoy cocktails and a casino with a Texas holdem' table and a lavish buffet dinner and dessert. There will also be an open bar, DJ, and prizes. Tickets cost $125 and include $125 in playing chips. Tables and sponsorships are also available. All proceeds benefit Eastern

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Dinner With Jean-Georges

Dine with celebrity chef JeanGeorges Vongerichten at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton to benefit The Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center on Saturday, December 10, at 6:30 PM. Guests will enjoy a three course meal and fine wines in the Topping Rose House barn. The cost is $175 per person. For reservations contact Brittany Gold at 631-237-1946 or email bgold@ toppingrosehouse.com. There is also a Charity Buzz online auction with unique experiences available December 1 to 13 at www.charitybuzz.com.

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Wednesday Night Live Ray Red and Mike Rusinsky host “Wednesday Night Live,” a weekly open mic at MJ Dowling’s in Sag Harbor from 8 to 11 PM. Performers include musicians, poets, comedians, and singers. Sign up starts at 7 PM. Performers get a free soft drink or tap beverage. Townline BBQ “Smokin’ Hot Tunes” live music can be enjoyed at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack this Friday with a performance by the Lynn Blue Band from 4 to 7 PM alongside happy hour priced items and no cover charge. Townline is open regularly by 11:30 AM Thursday through Monday. For more info call 631-537-2271 or visit townlinebbq.com. Stephen Talkhouse Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett presents the Fall for Music Benefit at 7 PM and a performance by Inner Roots at 10 PM on Friday. On Saturday Robinson Treacher & Brad Cole perform at 8 PM and LHT at 10 PM. Visit stephentalkhouse.com for more details. Zigmund’s Bar East End Opry presents live music Wednesdays at Zigmund’s Bar in Bridgehampton. This Wednesday will

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be an open mic night from 7 to 10 PM. Call 631-919-5340 with any questions. Zigmund’s Bar is open Wednesday through Saturday from 6 PM to 2 AM. The LEO Reggae favorite Winston Irie will be performing on Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve at the LEO in East Hampton. The performance begins at 8:30 PM. Admission is $15. For ticket purchasing and more details visit theleoclub.com or call 917-923-8900. Southampton Arts Center The Harvest dance party and social with DJ Twilo and WPPB’s Ed German will be held Friday from 8 to 10 PM. Admission is $10. On Saturday Cracked Actor, a David Bowie tribute band, will perform for “A Salute to the Lost Legend” from 7 to 9 PM. Admission is $10. Visit southamptonartscenter.org for more info. Suffolk Theater Club Night with Mister Cee & Friends is on Friday at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead. The party starts at 10 PM, 21 and up only, admission is $25. Doors and bar open at 10 PM. “That 70’s Band” will be performing Saturday at 8 PM, admission is $27 to $32. Doors, bar, and restaurant open at 6:30 PM. For seating and ticket purchasing call 631-727-4343 or visit SuffolkTheater.com.

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Crafts, Cookies, and Yoga Holiday crafting and cookie decorating workshops will be held Saturday from noon to 3 PM at the Southampton Arts Center. Admission is $10, all materials are provided. After the holiday a yoga session with Mary Angela Buffo will be offered on Sunday at 11 AM. Admission is $10. Visit southamptonartscenter.org for more info. BookHampton Pat Kiernan, morning news anchor for NY1, will host story time “Good Morning City” at 10:30 AM on Saturday. At 3 PM Ina Garten will hold a book signing for Cooking for Jeffrey at BookHampton in East Hampton.

On Wednesday BookHampton at The Maidstone Book Club will discuss It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover at 5 PM. For ticket purchasing and more details visit BookHampton.com or call 631-324-4939.

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Bay Street Theater This year’s “Literature Live!” presents a musical adaptation of The Scarlet Letter. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 7 PM with a Saturday matinee at 2 PM. For more info or seat pricing visit baystreet.org or call the Box Office at 631-725-9500. It’s a Wonderful Life Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center will present Joe Landry’s It’s a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play on Friday at 7 PM and Sunday at 2 PM and 5 PM. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students under 21. Visit scc-arts.org for more details and ticket purchasing.

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East Hampton THURSDAY 11•24•16 • It’s Thanksgiving. Eat something and be grateful. FRIDAY 11•25•16 • Hike Barcelona Neck in a three or five mile sojourn offered hosted by the East Hampton trails Preservation Society at 10 AM. For the five miler, meet leader Richard Poveromo on Swamp Road at the intersection of Edwards Hole Road, approximately 1/2 mile north of Route 114. Call 631-283-4591 or day of hike 917-584-7280. Want to do three miles? Meet Carol Andrews at the Sag Harbor Golf Course clubhouse, east of Route 114 between Swamp Road and the Sag Harbor Village boundary. Call 631-725-3367 with questions. SATURDAY 11•26•16 • Kids, see the beloved Jester Jim at East Hampton Library at 2 PM. Register by calling 631-324-0222 ext 2. SUNDAY 11•27•16 • Views of water – near and distant, of seawater and fresh – abound on this vigorous EHTPS hike in Hither Hills. Visit pristine Napeague Bay as well as idyllic Fresh

Pond. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook on Route 27 about 1 mile east of the Old Montauk Highway/ Montauk Highway fork at 10 AM. Leader: Jim Zajac 631-324-2425 or 212-769-4311.    

Southampton THURSDAY 11•24•16 • It’s Thanksgiving. Have some cranberries. Watch football. SATURDAY 11•26•16 • From 10 AM to 4 PM the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton hosts a free Thanksgiving Open House. Please bring canned goods or non-perishable food items to donate to the Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor food pantries. Throughout the day, enjoy all of SoFo’s interactive exhibits, dip your hands into the Marine Touch Tank, see the recreated habitats of SoFo’s Ocean, Dune & Swale, Coastal Plain Pond, Salt Marsh, Vernal Pool, Marine Touch Tank, Freshwater Fish Tank, and Saltwater Fish Tank exhibits. You can also Spend time with our local, native, live turtles, salamanders, frogs, fish, & sea horses, visit the Butterfly Garden and Native Plant Garden, now in their fall colors, plus walk the trails of Vineyard Field, the field behind the museum and chat with knowledgeable Nature Educators.

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Mercury (planet of all communications) enters chatty Sagittarius on Wednesday, after weeks in moody silent Scorpio. Expect people to be talking but Saturn (the planet of restriction and structure) also enters Sagittarius the same day. This can lead to power struggles with words that may lead to unresolved arguments. Be careful driving, too. As tensions simmer under the surface, please choose love over righteousness this Thanksgiving. The New Moon in Sagittarius on Tuesday means it’s time to organize and write out your list of wishes, hopes, and dreams. Let the Universe make them come true. On November 30, Venus (planet of love) fights with Uranus (planet of surprises and electricity) so you can either be hit by a bolt of love lightening, screaming at your mate, or inspired to start a new creative project. ARIES (3/20 - 4/20) Shed the self pity and focus on your goals. It is important for you to present your side of the situation gracefully. Things are progressing even if it’s too slow for you. Think outside the box. TAURUS (4/21 - 5/20) Partnerships of all kinds are up for review or revival. Growth and contentment surround you not only at home, but at the job, too. You have reasons to be grateful. GEMINI (5/21 - 6/22) Offer a helping hand to a friend, neighbor, or sibling and you will be rewarded tenfold. If money is involved, be sure you can afford it. Someone from your past may contact you or you hear it through the grapevine. CANCER (6/22 - 7/22) If the past comes up, try to put painful memories to rest. Suffering does not have to be repeated and this is your time to rebuild

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your life with new hope. Count your blessings. LEO (7/22 - 8/22) Great week to start more meaningful/creative activities. Attend to your duties but find the time to plan for your dreams, which will come true with some attention. A new opportunity at work is on the horizon. VIRGO (8/23 - 9/22) Your hard work will be rewarded, but if you have slacked off on responsibilities you will face the consequences. Give your partner the benefit of the doubt as daily stresses often preoccupy us all. LIBRA (9/23 - 10/22) Frustrations at work are nothing new. Wait until after the holidays to make any moves. Life is about to change on all fronts, but for now just enjoy where you are. S C O R P I O (10/23 - 11/21) Transformation is slowly underway in your life. What doesn’t work will fall away naturally, so don’t worry. Whether in love or in work, you can wait a little longer to make changes. SAGITTARIUS (11/22 - 12/21) Repairs of all kinds are on the agenda this week. Since you handle people so well, you may be asked to resolve a disagreement. Be sure to use humor and all will end well. CAPRICORN (12/21 - 1/20) Love is in the air and it’s time to let your hair down. Show those you love just how much and you will be very happily rewarded. Children become important this week. AQUARIUS (1/20 - 2/19) Take any criticism with a grain of salt. If true, improve what you can and move on. You may be offered a promotion at work but it comes with more work. Romance can deepen, the choice is yours. PISCES (2/10 - 3/20) Whatever plans you have cooking on the back burner may take more time. Don’t worry, because you will achieve your goals. Don’t close the door on love. However, trust will be a big issue. Everyone is born with a unique horoscope. At birth the placement of your planets determines your talents, your strengths, and the challenges within your personality. Joanne Wolff is a Certified Astrologer who helps her clients use this knowledge to their advantage. She is available for private readings (in person or by phone) and also private parties and charity events. Call 516-996-5354 (text too!).


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Submit your specials! Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com.

Manna Thanksgiving

Manna Restaurant in Water Mill will be offering the "ultimate" Farm-to-Feast Thanksgiving this year. The Buffet Style Menu features heritage turkey and sumptuous side dishes for $60 per person.  Or call to order a Pilgrim, Duke, or King Pre-fix Dinner to-go for a guest list of any size. Visit www.mannahamptons.com.

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the bar or at tables. On Sundays grab a burger and a beer at the bar for $15. A $29 three-course prix fixe will be offered from 5:30 to 7 PM every night. For reservations contact Almond at 631-537-5665.

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c/o The Maidstone in East Hampton offers a prix fixe this fall that includes three courses for just $35 at the cozy Living Room Restaurant, Sunday through Thursday, from 5:30 to 7 PM. Happy hour is Sunday to Thursday from 4 to 6 PM. Enjoy drinks and appetizers at 50 percent off.

Free Soup Days

Phil's Waterfront Bar and Grill in Aquebogue presents Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 PM. They also feature live entertainment on Saturdays. Call for details.

Tuesday and Thursday are "Free Soup Days" at Clamman on North Sea Road in Southampton from 11 AM to 3 PM, with the purchase of a sandwich or entree. For more info call 631-283-6669.

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Nick & Toni's in East Hampton is welcoming fall with the return of their famous woodburning oven pizzas. The pizzas are available Sunday through Thursday all night. As well The Choice prix fixe has returned. The menu is available Sunday through Friday (restaurant is closed Tuesday) beginning at 6 PM. Nick & Toni's also hosts happy hour every Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM and Sundays from 2:30 through 6:30 PM. During Happy Hour a sommelier selected glass of wine will be offered for $8, select cocktails are half price including the Meyer Lemon Cosmo, Seasonal 'Rita and the Spanish G&T, and a rotating bottled brew are available for $6. A select bar menu of small plates are available including meatball sliders for $6, pizza margherita for $10, formaggi plate for $10, and seasonal bruschetta for $5. Call Nick & Toni's at 631-3243550.

Almond Specials

Almond Restaurant in Bridgehampton presents daily specials for the fall. Meatless Mondays will continue offering a three course meatless menu for $35 all night. Tuesdays are steak frites night with a featured steak frites for $19.95. Thursday nights enjoy ½ dozen Montauk pearl oysters or ½ dozen shrimp cocktail for $10 at

Southampton Publick House presents Monday Night Madness specials for Monday Night Football. Starting at 5 PM every Monday enjoy $5 pints, $6 burgers, and 50 cent wings. View the games on the 7 flat screen TVs in the inside bar or on the 9 flat screen TVs in the outside bar.   Don't miss Sunday Brunch from 11:30 AM to 3 PM. The menu is a prix fixe for $16 per person, which includes a brunch entree along with coffee or tea. Southampton Publick House is open seven days for lunch and dinner. For further information visit www.publick. com or call 631-283-2800.      

Football Specials

Townline BBQ in Sagaponack presents happy hour and football specials available Thursday and Friday from 4 to 7 PM and Saturday, Sunday, and Monday all day. These specials are only available at the bar. Also free pool is offered during happy hour.

Zigmund's Bar

Zigmund's Bar in Bridgehampton, a new bar inspired by the location's popular 90's bar The Wild Rose, will offer Happy Hour Thursday through Saturday evenings until sunset with $5 rose, beer, and Lamb Chops. Sunday there are football specials from 1 to 8 PM. 

Sen Happy Hour

Sen in Sag Harbor presents Happy Hour Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 7 PM. Enjoy $8 cocktails and $6 red and white wine.

Buckley's Inn Between

Happy Hour weekdays at Buckley's Inn Between in Hampton Bays run from 4 to 7 PM. On Thursdays, it's Buckley's famous wing night with $15 all you can eat wings and all you can drink Miller Lite from 10 PM to 1 AM and music by DJ Pauly.

Indian Wells Tavern

Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett presents fall football specials. A special snacks menu will be offered on Sundays and Thursdays in the bar area along with a special drink menu. The special drink menu will be offered during the Monday night football games, along with the Burger Night promotion, which includes a burger of your choice, half-dozen wings, and draft beer – all for $25. There will

also be prizes and giveaways during the games. The menus include Tavern wings, nachos, quesadillas, Asian potstickers, homemade beef chili, New England clam chowder, and more. For further information call Indian Wells Tavern at 631-267-0400.

Prime Time

Prime Time at The Palm in East Hampton takes place Sunday through Friday from 5 to 7 PM with half off "Prime Bites" at the Palm Bar.

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Baiting Hollow Farm Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard presents Ricky Roche from 2 to 6 PM on Saturday. The vineyard will also host Acoustic Soul from 2 to 6 PM on Sunday.www. baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com. Lieb Cellars There’s Friday night music with Points East from 6 to 9 PM. On Saturday from 3 to 6 PM, it’s Rob Europe performing. www.liebcellars.com.   Pindar Vineyards Champagne tours are offered Saturday and Sunday beginning at 2 PM. Visit www.pindar.net for more information.   Shinn Estate Shinn Estate Vineyards is hosting vineyard walks with Barbara Zinn plus self-guided winery and barrel cellar tours throughout the week. Visit www. shinnestatevineyards.com.

Saturday at Raphael in Peconic. On Sunday, the East End trio performs from 1 to 4 PM. Visit www. raphaelwine.com.

Castello di Borghese Vineyard A Winemaker’s Walk Vineyard Tour & Wine Tasting takes place weekly on Saturday at 1 PM. Visit www. castellodiborghese.com. Cinque Family Wines Cinque Family Wines in Amagansett has over 20 wines from various local wineries in one spot. Create your own tasting flight, get recommendations and chat with knowledgeable staff, or just relax with a glass in the casual farm setting. Local cheese plates, peaceful outdoor/indoor setting, music, WiFi, and special events. Cinque Family Wines is open noon to 7 PM Wednesday through Sunday, and open until 8 PM on weekends through Thanksgiving. Located right next to the Amagansett Farmers Market.

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Watching this revival of Falsettos on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre, one feels as though its time is now - more so even, than when it premiered in 1992. Then, William Finn and James Lapine’s musical brought the AIDS epidemic into focus. Still, the narrative revolves around the break-up of a nuclear family and the emergence of a blended one. That would have been something of an anomaly in the ‘90s, and certainly in the late ‘70s/ early ‘80s when the play is set. Today, with marriage equality, blended families are far more commonplace. At the center of it all is a coming-of-age story. By Act II, Jason (Anthony Rosenthal)

is preparing for his Bar Mitzvah. His father, Marvin (Christian Borle) is living with his gay lover, Whizzer (Andrew Rannells). And his mother, (Stephanie J. Block) has married again . . . to Marvin’s psychiatrist (Brandon Uranowitz). As Marvin, Christian Borle is cynical and entitled, but ultimately loveable. His is a role that requires significantly more depth than his signature Broadway appearances in musical comedies, the last of which was Something Rotten. Playing his young lover, Andrew Rannells (The Book of Mormon) is tall, handsome, and sensitive, with an awesome stage presence. And Stephanie J. Block tells a story in song like no other.

Her “I’m Breaking Down” evokes the power and shrillness of Ethyl Merman. As helmed by James Lapine, who wrote the book with William Finn, the narrative feels as though it’s been streamlined, into a concert version of William Finn’s poetic, melodic songs. Fastpaced, the story rockets into place with Spencer Liff’s vigorous choreography, which underscores the story. David Rockwell’s scenic design, on the other hand, lives in an abstract reality. Various oversized soft grey cubes,

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S chool D ays Springs School Fifth graders Julian, Isaac, and Ares discovered through their older siblings that junior high English teacher Adam Osterweil is a published author. The boys took it upon themselves to read M r. O s t e r w e i l ’ s m o s t r e c e n t book, Cooper and the Enchanted Metal Detector. After they read the book, which is about an imaginative boy and his beloved metal detector, the boys were treated to their very own “treasure hunt” with a mini metal detector, and “treasures” that Mr. Osterweil had hidden in his classroom.

“Mr. O. has found so many coins and other things right here on Long Island!” said Julian. “It’s really inspiring.”

Westhampton Beach School District Westhampton Beach High School students participated in several Red Ribbon Week activities that were organized by the school’s Youth to Youth Club earlier this month. Throughout the week, Youth to Youth Club members shared daily awareness messages over the school’s public address system, handed out “Drug-Free” bracelets,

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In learning about the first Thanksgiving, Hampton Bays Elementary School kindergarteners in Mindy Brown’s class recently decorated a Thanksgiving bulletin board outside their classroom. The board features a table covered in traditional Thanksgiving foods. Sitting around the table are images of the students dressed as pilgrims and their teachers as Native Americans.

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“Let us be grateful for the people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” ~~ Marcel Proust. This week, we’ve got Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday – plenty of days ahead to get our shopping on. But the big event leading to the days of unfettered consumerism is Thursday. On that day, let’s focus on gratitude and giving thanks. Here at Indy we’re so grateful for our loyal readers and advertisers. You’re the ones who keep our garden in bloom and the ones who, we believe, make the East End the most beautiful place in the world. But don’t just take our word for it, as we urge the community to give thanks for all our riches, check out quotes from others way wittier and more erudite than we are. (And aren’t we grateful for the Internet and quote compilations!) “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” ~ William Arthur Ward “When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.” ~ Maya Angelou “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero “Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” ~ Epicurus “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ~ Albert Einstein “If the only prayer you said was thank you, that would be enough.”~ Meister Eckhart “It is impossible to be both grateful and depressed. Those with a grateful mindset tend to see the message in the mess. And even though life may knock them down, the grateful find reasons, if even small ones, to get up.” ~ Steve Maraboli “Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher

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Things Are Looking Up Dear Editor, Even having supported Clinton and being greatly disappointed in her loss, I am now, somehow, cautiously optimistic about Trump since announcing Reince Priebus as his Chief of Staff. Yet, Trump choosing Steve Bannon as his Senior

Strategic Advisor is somewhat bewildering. And rumors of Bolton for Secretary of State simply scare the shit out of me. But let’s wait and see what The Donald does before discounting his POTUS victory. Ryan just got re-elected as House Speaker; Sessions is up for some major cabinet post (maybe Attorney General or Secretary of State); and Schumer will become Senate Minority leader.  All major minds and experienced “Establishment” politicos, who put “America First” and Party second; and want to get things done for all

Ed Gifford people. That is very encouraging!  At the same time, there is also talk of Giuliani for something.  Director of Homeland Security makes good sense to me, but that’s about it. After that and LOL, perhaps Ambassador to Burundi.  That said and however things unfold, the truly good news about Trump is that he

picked Mike Pence as his Veep and new head of the transition team. A highly experienced governor and true voice-of-reason.  And finally, for the all-important post of U.S. Secretary of Defense, Trump should keep Ash Carter because this no time for “rookies” regarding National defense and global military initiatives. BILL CRANDALL

Is it just me? Here’s to getting a drumstick, since since you ate them both last year!

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Farms in Bridgehampton and East Hampton, and other local businesses like Southampton’s Plain-T and Mecox Bay Dairy in Bridgehampton. East Ender Steve Roux previously helped run Goodwater Farms and is now a mixologist at Almond. Almost all of his shopping is done locally including what he chooses for the drinks he helps to create. Roux’s father passed away due to working with the chemical Agent Orange, still found in pesticides today. Roux prefers to avoid non-local businesses, because he believes, “It’s not going to taste as good, it’s not an integral part of our community, it’s not special.” Some local businesses on the East End have become members of the organization Independent We Stand. Its networking website and app are where owners and their customers can take the pledge to shop local and support one another. Small Business Saturday is an ideal time to add momentum to the Shop Local movement. Help out your community by taking the pledge and continuing to support neighbors’ businesses.

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she said, adding, “I like to use my hands.” Knitting and crocheting took the place of drawing cards. Displaying examples of her art, Hamiwka showed pieces that range from a simple drawing of a gowned woman at a mailbox for Valentine’s Day to an intricate jungle scene for a birthday. Making Easter cards was her favorite because, she shrugged, “I like to draw bunnies.” Hamiwka sometimes used her computer to copy and replicate her drawings. Granddaughter Brooke Santiago noted that she received cards all her life. “I like it a lot, it’s very original,” the 16-year old junior at East Hampton High School said. When she contacted The Independent about publishing her mother’s artwork, Arkinson said, “Every time she sees art in the paper,” she says, ‘I could draw that.’” “I do,” Hamiwka acknowledged, unabashed. But when her daughter contacted her about publication, was she surprised? “Oh, absolutely. Are you kidding

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Head to Head These are the most frequent games, and the concept is simple:

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At this point of the year you pretty much know where you stand with your season long fantasy teams – either you’re going to make the playoffs or you’re not. Either way, unless you have a couple of basketball teams, you face a lonely winter. However, there is always Daily Fantasy Sports, and if you haven’t started playing yet I’m willing to wager you are considering it. What’s holding you back, you’re embarrassed to admit, is you aren’t sure how to play. Well. It isn’t brain surgery, but unless you are prepared to lose a lot of money, listen up.

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into the larger tournaments where there are say, 100 players and the top 50 get paid. And play for a dollar or two, no more. Still, the sharks lurk. They might put 30 or even 50 teams in a 100man pool and on the average win 70 percent or more of them. The way around that is to enter tournaments that limit the amount of players. Yahoo DFS offers lots of single elimination tournaments, so that’s a good place to start.

Tournament Play These are the big-ticket games that attract all of the attention and make Fantasy players instant millionaires. So is Lotto, and your odds of winning are roughly the same. In a tournament where the top prize is $1 million, only five percent of the players will win money, and most just a modest amount. That means you could be better than 94 percent of the other players and lose money. Here’s how to play: consider tournament games like Lotto and spend the same amount on them that you would on lottery tickets – after all, most lottery games pay 50 percent or less than the amount taken in, while Fantasy gives back 90 cents of every dollar. The Play Professionals ante up thousands of dollars a night and use sophisticated algorithms and computer programs like scripting to maximize their chances of winning (notice I didn’t say “guarantee”). Professionals like Jeff Mans and Tommy G. espouse a more practical approach. Mans plays one-onone games all week and uses his profit for the big money weekend

tournament games. If he doesn’t win during the week, he doesn’t play in the big money games (or so he says). Tommy G. allocates 80 percent of his money to one-on-one games and the balance to tournament games. That means if you can win roughly six of 10, you can break even. Not a bad strategy.

Ceiling And Floor When picking a team for tournament play, choose players with the most upside – players who might explode on any given day. That means they are playing in a game that figures to be high scoring, that the weather is ideal, and the player will receive a lot of playing time. When picking a team for oneon-one play, choose players who are reliable, who always put points on the board, and seldom get hurt. Work Versus Play Those of us who love Fantasy sports have played for years with no monetary incentives. Some of the best leagues are in-house leagues between family and friends where no money is exchanged — but bragging rights are. That said, if you are playing DFS to win money, learn the facts: there are no shortcuts, and most players lose consistently. Yes, I was lucky enough to win a couple big tournaments, but I’m smart enough to know they are few and far between. I look at this as a job: I study hard, do my research, and stay within my budget. If I can win a couple hundred bucks a week it’s like a second job, except you are doing something you love instead of flipping burgers, so you really do have it your way.

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