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Monday March 28 - Monday April 4 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton NY 11968 631.283.2118

Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist Exhibition, February 6–April 10, 2011 Esteban Vicente’s death in 2001 at the age of 97 marked the passing of one of the last surviving members of the first generation of New York School painters. He arrived in America in 1936, schooled in the old world academic tradition of his native Spain and fresh from a sojourn in the heady milieu of 1920s Paris; yet his openness to new influences and to new friendships, including those with artists Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko, assured his crucial role in the evolution of Abstract-Expressionist discourse in 1940s and 50s New York. Vicente and his wife Harriet first came to the East End of Long Island in 1963 and the next year bought an old farmhouse on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, where they lived for nearly forty years. The barn in the rear of the property became his studio while the surrounding garden he and his wife cultivated over the years provided a vital connection to the natural world. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Annual Student Art Festival Part II Grades 9th – 12th, March 12 - April 10

Come see some extraordinary works of art by the areas extremely talented youth!

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This Week Tuesday, March 29th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Naked Stage presents Staged Reading: A New Play! The Island of No Time by Kristen Lowman, 7:30pm, Free Father Time and Mother Time have split. Time has stopped on the island. Second, Minute and Hour are now unemployed. Father Time, dejected and bored, tracks the world’s events beyond the shore. Mother Time could give a Black Hole! But when two children are washed ashore, everything changes. Will Mother and Father Time reunite? Will the children be saved from two witches with a taste for a nice bottle of Bloody Balls of Barbarossa? Will Time resume? This (timeless) tale, both hilarious and horrific, is an adventure written in prose and verse. Wednesday, March 30th THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 Girl’s Night Out, 6:30pm, $25

START CELEBRATING SUMMER EARLY! BRING YOUR BFF AND HAVE AN EVENING OF FUN! Enjoy a night of pampering, fashion from Tikka Designs, raffles and more. Ticket includes a free cosmo, Sen sushi nibbles, treats from the Watermill Cupcake Company and a ticket to the screening of the first Sex In The City movie. Mini-manicures from the Style Bar for first 15 people at the door! Hair consultant available! Chair massages from the Style Bar The first 25 people receive a goody bag! Spa raffles! Tickets go on sale at 6 pm at the door on March 30. See you there! Phao (next to SEN) is offering the Tasting Menu dinner starting at 5:30 for $24.95 on March 30 just in time to get a lite bite before GIRLS NIGHT OUT at Bay Street Theatre. Diners can choose one item from three of the four categories of Starters, Soups & Greens, Entrees, and Desserts. Reservations required by logging on to www.phaorestaurant.com before 3/29. Click the link to Open Table in the upper right-hand corner; then in the Special Requests for the Maitre'd section, just write in GIRLS NIGHT OUT!

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Thursday, March 31st ROWDY HALL, 10 Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631.324.8555 Ladies Night 2011: An Evening of Women, Wine, and Wolffer, 6:30pm, $55

Join us as Rowdy celebrates the release of the 2011Wolffer Estate Rose, the arrival of spring, & good friends! Enjoy hors d'oeuvres & a three course meal paired with Wolffer Estate wines. So get the gals together and make a reservation... You deserve it! MENU: Passed Hors d'Oeuvres Wolffer Estate Rose 2010 First Course -served family style Bacalao Croquettes with Watercress & Aioli Jessup's Neck Oysters with Wolffer Verjus Mignonette Country Pate with Grilled Baguette, Dijon Mustard & Cornichon Wolffer Estate Chardonnay, 2008 Entree -served family stylePan Roasted Local Cod, Local Clams, Saffron Broth Grilled Marinated Poussin Panisse Fries Grilled Asparagus Wolffer Estate Cabernet Franc, 2007 Dessert Toasted Angel Food Cake, Citrus Compote, Whipped Creme Fraiche "Diosa" Wolffer Estate Late Harvest Chardonnay, 2008 THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Jam Session, 7pm-9pm Enjoy a free concert with local musicians! MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117

Just Jam, 7pm, $5 Everything from jazz, rock, and afro to funk, rap, and blues. Friday Friday, day, April 1st GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806

Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th

Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106

Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for?

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Picture Show Presents Truman Capote’s “The Innocents”, 8pm, $5 Millionnaire Lionel Twain invites the five most brilliant private eyes to a dinner - and a murder. So, Sidney Wang from China, Dick Charleston from New York, Jessica Marbles from England, Milo Perrier from Belgium and Sam Diamond from San Francisco arrive at the remote castle. They are welcomed by Jamesir Bemsonmam, the blind butler. At nine, a dinner is supposed to be served. The five private eyes and their companionships are in the dining room, wondering what everything is about. Suddenly, Lionel Twain appears and lets the private eyes in on his plan: Exactly at midnight, a murder is going to take place. And he offers a million dollars to the one who can solve the murder. Then he disappears. Before long, a problem arises: The butler is found dead - and it's long before midnight! Will the five most brilliant minds of our time be able to see through the elaborate set-up staged by a criminal mastermind? MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117

New York Funk Exchange, 10pm, $10 Combining the talents of Serena Fortier (vocals), Ray Holman drums/vocals), Matt Fox (bass guitar), Jamey Zebrack (keys/vocals), Matty G (guitar), Mozard Pierre-Jacques (trombone), Mike Farrell (sax) and Nick Martino (trumpet), the New York Funk Exchange was born in the fall of 2007. The NYFE hails from Brooklyn, NY and has been performing their original music live in the North East since that time. The multi-talented members of NYFE combine the roots of funk, soul, R&B, and jazz with their own unique arrangements and dynamic rhythms. This innovative sound is a result of the band’s skillful song writing abilities and the many influences they incorporate into their music. Serena’s soulful vocals are powered by the band’s strong rhythm section. Her heartfelt lyrics are separated by inspirational melodies. Each member is a master at their instrument, but all possess the virtue of harmony when playing together. Each member of the NYFE has a deep respect and enthusiasm for music and its ongoing creative process. Their individual passion and the powerful group energy fuels the excitement that can be found during every live performance, as well as their studio recordings. They are on a collective journey to continuously experience more in every realm of music, from theory to performance.

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nd Saturday, Saturday, April 2

THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Indoor Farmer’s Market, 9am-1:00pm Enjoy an extensive marketplace and enjoy the company of the Sag Harbor community!

The Picture Show Presents Truman Capote in “Murder By Death”, 8pm, $5 Millionaire Lionel Twain invites the five most brilliant private eyes to a dinner - and a murder. So, Sidney Wang from China, Dick Charleston from New York, Jessica Marbles from England, Milo Perrier from Belgium and Sam Diamond from San Francisco arrive at the remote castle. They are welcomed by Jamesir Bemsonmam, the blind butler. At nine, a dinner is supposed to be served. The five private eyes and their companionships are in the dining room, wondering what everything is about. Suddenly, Lionel Twain appears and lets the private eyes in on his plan: Exactly at midnight, a murder is going to take place. And he offers a million dollars to the one who can solve the murder. Then he disappears. Before long, a problem arises: The butler is found dead - and it's long before midnight! Will the five most brilliant minds of our time be able to see through the elaborate set-up staged by a criminal mastermind?

ASHAWAGH HALL, 780 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton NY 631.324.5671 Six Points Of View Opening Reception, 5pm-8pm Come see the amazing art of Chris Fargood, David Disick, Marcia Tucker, Stephanie Reit, Mary Stern Grossman, and Nancy Ascher to get a see their six points of view of the beautiful East End.

CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARD & WINERY, Route 48 and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue NY 11935 631.734.5111 Wine pairing dinner at JD's Steakhouse in Southold, 5:00pm, $42.95 Nicholas Abramo, Borghese Wine Consultant extraordinaire, will be on hand to guide your pairings and do the forbidden dance of love... The dinner starts at 5:00 pm and continues thoughout the evening. (just kidding about the forbidden dance of love) MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117

Bastards of Boom, 10pm, $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! rd

rd Sunday unday, day, April 3

THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 Bay Street Spring Benefit, 11:30am, $125 Celebrating East End's Own Truman Capote Enjoy a fabulous brunch beginning at 11:30 am at The American Hotel with Darrell Hammond, who will be starring as Truman Capote in TRU, beginning May 31. After the brunch, enjoy a champagne toast back at Bay Street Theatre with a chance to win a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver necklace. Enjoy live piano music and other fun raffles! Plus, there will be a prize for the best Audrey Hepburn costume. Following all of this fun will be the screening of BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, based on the book by Truman Capote.

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At the Movies Through Thursday April 7th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Paul, Simon Pegg, Seth Rogan, R, 104 min. 1:50pm|4:30pm|7:15pm|10:00pm Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Zachary Gordon, Devon Bostick, PG, 96 min. 1:15pm|3:50pm|6:30pm|9:00pm The Adjustment Bureau, Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, PG-13, 99 min. 1:40pm|4:15pm|7:30pm|10:10pm Rango, Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher, PG, 107 min. 12:30pm|3:15pm|6:00pm|8:45pm Hop, James Marsden, Russell Brand, PG, 90 min. 1:30pm|4:00pm|6:45pm|9:15pm

Jane Eyre, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, R, 86 min. 12:45pm|3:40pm|7:00pm|9:50pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) 3 Backyards, R, 2:00pm, 8:00pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Insidious, Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, PG-13, 1:45 4:45 7:40 10:10 Sucker Punch, Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, PG-13, 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, PG-13, 1:30 4:30 7:30 10:00 Limitless, Bradley Cooper, PG-13, 1:15 4:15 7:15 9:50

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons�

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons”

Monday April 4 - Monday April 11 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton NY 11968 631.283.2118 Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist Exhibition, February 6–April 10, 2011 Esteban Vicente’s death in 2001 at the age of 97 marked the passing of one of the last surviving members of the first generation of New York School painters. He arrived in America in 1936, schooled in the old world academic tradition of his native Spain and fresh from a sojourn in the heady milieu of 1920s Paris; yet his openness to new influences and to new friendships, including those with artists Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko, assured his crucial role in the evolution of Abstract-Expressionist discourse in 1940s and 50s New York. Vicente and his wife Harriet first came to the East End of Long Island in 1963 and the next year bought an old farmhouse on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, where they lived for nearly forty years. The barn in the rear of the property became his studio while the surrounding garden he and his wife cultivated over the years provided a vital connection to the natural world. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Annual Student Art Festival Part II Grades 9th – 12th, March 12 - April 10 Come see some extraordinary works of art by the areas extremely talented youth!

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This Week Thursday, March 7th THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 Just For Japan: A Night of Bands, 7:30pm Presenting a night of bands to aid the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. Hosted by Bonnie Grice and Jay Schneiderman. Bands scheduled to play: The Aqua Girls Caroline Doctorow & The Steamrollers Cassandra House Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks The Nancy Atlas Project The Who Dat Loungers Suggested $40 donation at the door Friday Friday, day, April 8th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Picture Show Presents Hitchcock’s “The Man Who Knew Too Much”, 8pm, $5 Dr. Ben McKenna, his wife Jo and their son Hank are on a touring holiday of Africa when they meet the mysterious Louis Bernard on a bus. The next day Bernard is murdered in the local marketplace, but before he dies he manages to reveal details of an assassination about to take place in London. Fearing that their plot will be revealed, the assassins kidnap Hank in order to keep the McKenna's silent. Ben and Jo go to London and take matters into their own hands. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Third Estate, 8pm, $10 We are local Band that came together as a result of The CrossRoads open jams on Sunday afternoons. Our romantic, energy driven renditions of original songs by lead singer Lisa Bonner and of classic hits by The Stones, Neil Young, The Style Council, Joe Jackson and many more old and new rock, blues and Indie songs will get you dancing. We play weekly at The Gig Shack in the summer and also appear at Ashwagh Hall in Springs and Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. We have played at the last two Stephen Talkhouse Battle of The Bands and had our own show there last fall. Band members are Lisa Bonner - guitar and vocals, Mike Rusinsky- lead guitar and vocals, Cesar Vera Bass and vocals, Paul Hamiltonguitar and vocals and Jerry Lally-percussion.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Little Head Thinks, 10pm, $10 Cool and down to Earth. the group is located in a perfect place--the Hamptons--for their laid back rap/rock party that they throw while on stage. Putting their fingerprints all over an eclectic mix of covers from the 70's, 80's and 90's while intertwining some of their own catchy originals, LHT keeps the party moving, the drinks flowing and the dancefloor packed. Saturday, Saturday, April 9th THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Indoor Farmer’s Market, 9am-1:00pm Enjoy an extensive marketplace and enjoy the company of the Sag Harbor community! The Picture Show Presents Hitchcock’s “Spellbound”, 8pm, $5 Dr. Anthony Edwardes, sent to replace Dr. Murchison as head of Green Manors mental hospital, is an impostor. When Murchinson calls the police, Edwardes leaves, followed by Dr. Constance Peterson, who has fallen in love with him and wants to treat his amnesia. She believes he is a medical doctor whose name is John. Skiing down a long slope, accompanied by Constance, John relives the memory of his brother being impaled on an iron fence with parallel bars, an accident for which he feels responsible. Police find the real Dr. Edwardes' dead body and John is accused of his murder. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Met Live In HD Presents: Rossini’s “Le Comte Ory”, 1pm Rossini's vocally dazzling comedy stars bel canto sensation Juan Diego Flórez in the title role of this Met premiere production. He vies with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, in the trouser role of Isolier, for the love of the lonely Countess Adèle, sung by soprano Diana Damrau. Bartlett Sher, director of the Met's hit productions of The Barber of Seville and The Tales of Hoffmann, describes the world of the opera as, "a place where love is dangerous. People get hurt. That can be very funny and very painful. Rossini captures both—with the most beautiful love music Rossini ever wrote."

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PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton NY 11968 631.283.2118 Spring Fling, 7:30pm, $150 Join co-chairs Susan Davis and Nancy Hardy for this annual cocktail party and community celebration. Dance to a live band and feast on hors d’oeuvres, while mingling over cocktails in the Museum’s galleries and concert hall. Cast your bids in the fabulous silent auction featuring a fine selection of goods and services donated by the local East End business community. Help support the Museum’s educational programs by becoming an underwriter, purchasing tickets, or donating to the silent auction for this always sold-out event! SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Rising Stars Piano Recital Series Presents Viktor Valkov, 7pm, $15 Viktor Valkov, highly acclaimed by the critics as “lion of the keyboard” and “sensational”, has conquered numerous prizes at international piano competitions, including First prize at “Albert Roussel” 2006, Bulgaria; First prize at “Koeller Osbahr” 2005, Germany, and Second prize at “Tunbridge Wells” 2004, England. In 2009, he gave his Carnegie Hall debut at Zankel Hall with the cellist Lachezar Kostov. After winning the Seiler International Piano Competition in 2002 he was invited to sit on the jury for the 17-th Greece National Piano Competition in Athens. At a recital he gave for this event, he was awarded the title of Honorable Member of the Greek organization “Ch.O.N” which, is a member of UNESCO. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Human Error, 8pm, $10 Human Errror is a teen rock trio, situated on the east end of long island. Human Errror consists of: Sage Gibbons, Sam de Poto, and T.J. Dalton. We started playing together one summer and each member brought their own feel of music into the mix. We have played at the Vail Levitt music hall, benefits, the Stephen Talkhouse, Beach Blasts, the legendary Sam's Auto, and other various parties. Our originals are a unique blend of Punk, Ska, Hard-Rock, Reggae, lemon extract, and even Fusion. Lone Sharks, 10pm, $10 The Lone Sharks' first public performance was in the summer of 1988 at Burke's Roadhouse, North Sea, Southampton, NY, with GENE CASEY, singer and guitarist out of NY's latter-day punk/ new wave scene, college chum PHIL GIULIANO on guitar, DAVE DRISCOLL (Phil's then brother-in-law) on drums, and rock vet (and ex-and-current Bongos member) ROB NORRIS on electric bass. Immediately afterwards Gene's brother VINCENT CASEY took on bass duties and lent his vocal prowess and casual genius to the proceedings. The Lone Sharks quickly gained a foothold in the late 80s Hamptons music scene, when bars and bands were plentiful and audiences loyal and robust. A major addition came in the form of STAN MITCHELL (of New Zealand, member of the Drongos) taking over the drum chair in 1990. Stan's expertise and showmanship helped transform the band into a force to be reckoned with, culminating in 1995 with a residency at the legendary The Wild Rose Cafe. This roadside Bridgehampton night spot enjoyed several years of packed houses and great times and the Lone Sharks were at the center of it, maintaining a residency while appearing at other New York landmarks such as the Bottom Line, the Waldorf Astoria's ballroom, and aboard the USS Intrepid. By this time Mike Saccoliti on Fender bass, and Andy Burton, keyboardist, brought a new dimension to the Lone Sharks' sound. The band was able to conjure up swampy R&B and New Orleans vibes with the twangy wail of Gene's rockabilly-based guitar for hard-driving interpretations of vintage roots music. Stan Mitchell's departure for L.A. brought Chris Ripley to the fold, with a classic swing feel that characterized the band's next phase. As the millennium approached the Lone Sharks were the most popular band on the East End with two full-length CDs, "Fire. Theft & Casualty" and "Aqua Western" featuring original songs, "Swing, Baby Swing," "I Ain't Dead Yet" and "Dirty All the Time" (see the video at this 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons� website or at Youtube.com). The next move was to bring in a full-time tenor saxophonist and Minnesota native Paul Scher was-and IS-the man. Joe Lauro, and later Tony Palumbo, brought the big upright bass sound to the band's increasingly swinging style. 2005's "A Lone Sharks Six-Pack" featured classic rockabilly and R&B in addition to Gene's "Sherri on the Ferry" (dedicated to their Shelter Island fans), and the lilting ballad "Who's Sharing the Moon," later performed as a duet by Gene and local great, NANCY ATLAS in her recent live CD/DVD set. Two subsequent full-length CDs 2008's "What Happened" and 2009's "Rhtyhm & Twang" further the cause of all things Lone Sharks. In the course of maintaining their status as "Best of the Best" (Dan's Papers and Hamptons Magazine) the Lone Sharks have shared billing and/or backed-up NRBQ, Link Wray, Sleepy LaBeef, Wanda Jackson, Bill Kirchen, the Who's John Entwistle, Caroline Doctorow, The Highway QC's and on one unforgettable night, Tiny Tim. Gene and the band are proud to part of a thriving live music scene with other bands such as Roy Wilson's Buzzards, The Blaggards, Matty Liot's Big Up, Mondogs, Rhythm Bound, The Found Cats, The Hornets and upstate's Mark Gamsjager & the Lustre Kings. MONTAUKET, 88 Firestone Road, Montauk, NY 11954 Sunset Returns With Joe Delia & Thieves, 9pm-12am, Free Those spectacular sunsets are once again displaying in the windows of the Montauket. Shortly after the sun melts in the water Saturday, those same windows will rattle with the sounds of Joe Delia & Thieves with the most fun crowd to be around. Making music as Thieves is Joe Delia, Steven "Muddy" Roues, Billy Roues, and James Benard playing surf blues rock and roll! There will be dancing and drinking and talking and singing along to "Under the Montauk Moon" and "Rock and Roll til the Day I Die" among other Thieves originals. And PJ will be giving out Thieves tattoos. (okay to ask) It's such a good time! Come on out and see what all the fuss is about!

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At the Movies Through Thursday April 14th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Paul, Simon Pegg, Seth Rogan, R, 104 min. 1:50pm|4:30pm|7:15pm|10:00pm Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Zachary Gordon, Devon Bostick, PG, 96 min. 1:15pm|3:50pm|6:30pm|9:00pm The Adjustment Bureau, Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, PG-13, 99 min. 1:40pm|4:15pm|7:30pm|10:10pm Rango, Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher, PG, 107 min. 12:30pm|3:15pm|6:00pm|8:45pm Hop, James Marsden, Russell Brand, PG, 90 min. 1:30pm|4:00pm|6:45pm|9:15pm Jane Eyre, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, R, 86 min. 12:45pm|3:40pm|7:00pm|9:50pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) 3 Backyards, R, 2:00pm, 8:00pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Insidious, Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, PG-13, 1:45 4:45 7:40 10:10 Sucker Punch, Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, PG-13, 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, PG-13, 1:30 4:30 7:30 10:00 Limitless, Bradley Cooper, PG-13, 1:15 4:15 7:15 9:50

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Monday April 11 - Monday April 18 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby.

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This Week Tuesday, April 12th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 TNS & GH Present In Mustafa’s Garden by Jan Buckaloo, 7:30pm, Free With Admission Jan Buckaloo's play “In Mustafa's Garden”, set in Istanbul, Turkey in March 2003, on the eve of the American and coalition forces invasion of Iraq, brings unlikely strangers together in a strange and dangerous world. The play was read at the Schoodic Arts Festival in Maine this past summer and will be presented by Writers & Artists this June in Woodstock, NY. Kathleen Chalfant is well known for her roles in “Angels In America” (Tony and Drama Desk nominee) and “Wit” (Drama Desk, Obie, & Outer Critics Awards). Kathy has received the Drama League & Sidney Kingsley Awards for her body of work. In June 20l0, she was granted an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from The Cooper Union. Sloane Shelton has appeared on Broadway in “Dinner At Eight” at Lincoln Center and in “Orpheus Descending” with Vanessa Redgrave. Locally, she has performed at the Bay Street Theatre, in their premiere play “Men's Lives”, and most recently in “Eudora”*, a one-woman show on the life of Eudora Welty by Jan Buckaloo. Friday Friday, day, April 15th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Picture Show Presents Bette Midler In “The Rose”, 8pm, $5 Bette Midler plays "Rose", an artist strikingly similar to Janis Joplin. The film follows Rose's career during her last tour. Her rock and roll lifestyle of Drugs, Sex, and Rock and Roll and constant touring lead her to an inevitable breakdown. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 John Fries & The Heat, 10pm, $10 A singer songwriter based in South Eastern CT. For the past 15 years he’s been working throughout New England from Boston to NYC with a number of bands. The most recent being the Lo-Fi Radiostars. He does solo acoustic work as well as full band jobs with "The Heat," his rythym section, under the name "John Fries & The Heat" In addition to songwriting duties he works as a guitar side man for hire, specializing in roots based guitar. One of the things he is best known for is slide playing, both electric & acoustic resonator.

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Saturday, Saturday, April 16th THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Indoor Farmer’s Market, 9am-1:00pm Enjoy an extensive marketplace and enjoy the company of the Sag Harbor community! The Picture Show Presents “Divine Magis” With DJ And Dance, 8pm, $20 In 1980, the head usher at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium gives his crew a pep talk: he wants tonight's "Betty Midler" show to go smoothly. He's a little worried about risque language, Liberace recently gave him a scare. Then, boom, there she is, with her backup trio, "The Harlettes," going from rock to ballad to medley, from "Big Noise From Winnetka" to "I Shall Be Released." It's a concentration of camp: she imitates Sophie Tucker, she's mermaid Dolores Delago, and between every song, it's non-stop movement and lots of raunchy patter. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Met Live In HD Presents: Rossini’s “Le Comte Ory”, 1pm Rossini's vocally dazzling comedy stars bel canto sensation Juan Diego Flórez in the title role of this Met premiere production. He vies with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, in the trouser role of Isolier, for the love of the lonely Countess Adèle, sung by soprano Diana Damrau. Bartlett Sher, director of the Met's hit productions of The Barber of Seville and The Tales of Hoffmann, describes the world of the opera as, "a place where love is dangerous. People get hurt. That can be very funny and very painful. Rossini captures both—with the most beautiful love music Rossini ever wrote."

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Rising Stars Piano Recital Series Presents Viktor Valkov, 7pm, $15 Viktor Valkov, highly acclaimed by the critics as “lion of the keyboard” and “sensational”, has conquered numerous prizes at international piano competitions, including First prize at “Albert Roussel” 2006, Bulgaria; First prize at “Koeller Osbahr” 2005, Germany, and Second prize at “Tunbridge Wells” 2004, England. In 2009, he gave his Carnegie Hall debut at Zankel Hall with the cellist Lachezar Kostov. After winning the Seiler International Piano Competition in 2002 he was invited to sit on the jury for the 17-th Greece National Piano Competition in Athens. At a recital he gave for this event, he was awarded the title of Honorable Member of the Greek organization “Ch.O.N” which, is a member of UNESCO. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Woodfish, 8pm, $10 A high energy, fun, jamming rock band that delivers a highly intense fun show that entertains the crowd and leaves people wanting more. Woodfish has made name for themselves over the years as a world class high energy act and has opened for acts such as Foghat, Keller Williams, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, The Spin Doctors’ Chris Barron, Particle and Oteil & the Peacemakers (from the Allman Brothers) and more. Described by Ken Dashow of 104.3 as one of the New York areas best rock bands the music of Woodfish can be described as a rhythm driven combination of rock, funk, pop and jam music which provides audiences of all genres and ages with a fun intoxicating, exhilarating and entertaining musical experience. The music of Woodfish has been formally recognized by both peers and industry with the presentation of several awards including: “Best Groove Rock Band, Best Jam Band, Best Bass Player” and as the “New Jersey Shore Performer of the Year.” Currently, Woodfish is looking forward to spreading their love of rock & roll by impacting additional audiences in new areas with their high energy musical performances. Hello Brooklyn, 10pm, $10 HELLO BROOKLYN is a five-piece top 40 cover band from New York City that specializes in female pop, hip-hop, funk and dance music. The band performs throughout the East Coast in many notable colleges, club and shore venues as well as a number of casinos. Their upbeat setlist will keep you dancing and singing all night long! Sunday, April 17th MONTAUK POINT STATE PARK, 2000 Montauk State Parkway, Montauk 631.668.5000 Seal Hike, 12pm, $5 Join the State Park Naturalist at the Lighthouse Cafe for a guided 2-3 hour hike to the seal haulout. Discover the wonders of seals, seabirds, and the seashore along the way. Great fun for everyone. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 SCC Chamber Series Presents Stony Brook Contemporary Players, 3pm, $20 The Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players with director, Eduardo Leandro, present a full percussion concert of keyboard music spanning music history from the music of J.S. Bach to new pieces with interactive electronic elements. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons� With a literal truckload of instruments in tow, the exciting Contemporary Chamber Players always present a classical music concert like no other. The Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players (Eduardo Leandro and Gilbert Kalish, Directors) have a long tradition of presenting world-class contemporary music concerts in New York City and Long Island. The group performs "classic" new music repertoire ensuring the preservation of important works by such composers as Ligeti, Xenakis, Reich, and Cage. The Contemporary Chamber Players also actively premiere new works by promising young composers at Stony Brook University as well as more established composers on the its annual "Premieres" concert.

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At the Movies Through Thursday April 21st UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Arthur, Russell Brand, Helen Mirren, PG-13, 110 min. 12:45pm|3:30pm|6:15pm|9:30pm Rio 3D, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 96 min. 1:15pm|3:50pm|6:30pm|9:00pm Hanna, Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, PG-13, 111 min. 12:30pm|3:15pm|7:15pm|10:00pm Soul Surfer, AnnaSophia Robb, Dennis Quaid, PG, 105 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:45pm Hop, James Marsden, Russell Brand, PG, 90 min. 1:45pm|4:15pm|6:45pm|9:15pm Win Win, Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, R, 106 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:15pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Potiche, R, 4:20pm|8:00pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 2:45pm|6:25pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Rio, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Your Highness, Danny McBride, Natalie Portman, R, 1:45 4:45 7:40 10:10 Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, PG-13, 1:15 4:15 7:15 9:50 Scream 4, Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, R, 1:30 4:30 7:30 10:00

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Monday April 18 - Monday April 25 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby.

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Friday Friday, day, April 22nd GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Picture Show Presents Fred And Ginger In “Roberta”, 8pm, $5 Football player John Kent tags along as Huck Haines and the Wabash Indianians travel to an engagement in Paris, only to lose it immediately. John and company visit his aunt, owner of a posh fashion house run by her assistant, Stephanie. There they meet the singer Scharwenka (alias Huck's old friend Lizzie), who gets the band a job. Meanwhile, Madame Roberta passes away and leaves the business to John and he goes into partnership with Stephanie. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 The Blues Box Mission Band And R&B Revue, 10pm, $10 In 2009, Blues Box frontman Joseph Felicetta came up with the idea of adding a Blues Brothers Tribute set to his band’s performances. Bringing in singer Bob Arndts, he developed a high-energy set of Blues Brothers classics and The Blues Box Mission Band was born. They are more than a tribute band, however, and cover material from many of the great Soul and R&B entertainers including Sam & Dave, Wilson Pickett, James Brown and the Blue-Eyed Soul of The Righteous Brothers. Blues Box and The Blues Box Mission Band have played The South Bay Music Festival, Riverhead Blues Festival, and many other prestigious venues. It’s a Don’t Miss show when they come to your town! They are on a “Mission from God!” Disco Sux, 11pm, $10 If you love to dance all night to live music then you need to see Disco Sux! We play nothing but the best in 70's, 80's, and 90's disco, funk, dance, rock and reggae hits. Dig up some platform shoe sor your adidas sneakers and come get down to one of the best dance parties around! Expect special guests. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Saturday, Saturday, April 23rd THE BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Picture Show Presents Fred And Ginger In “Flying Down To Rio”, 8pm, $20 Aviator and band leader Roger Bond is forever getting his group fired for flirting with the lady guests. When he falls for Brazilian beauty Belinha de Rezende it appears to be for real, even though she is already engaged. His Yankee Clippers band is hired to open the new Hotel Atlântico in Rio and Roger offers to fly Belinha part way home. After a mechanical breakdown and forced landing, Roger is confident and makes his move, but Belinha plays hard to get. She can't seem to decide between Roger and her fiance Júlio. When performing the airborne production number to mark the Hotel's opening, Júlio gets some intriguing ideas... GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Met Live In HD Presents: Strauss’s “Capriccio”, 1pm Renée Fleming will sing her first complete Met performances as the elegant Countess in Richard Strauss’s Capriccio beginning March 28. Fleming sang the demanding final scene of the opera in a gala opening the Met’s 2008-09 season, but this season’s performances will be her first time singing the full opera with the company. Andrew Davis, who led the Met premiere of the opera in 1998, returns to conduct its first revival, which also stars Joseph Kaiser as the composer Flamand, Russell Braun as the poet Olivier, Sarah Connolly as Clairon, Morten Frank Larsen in his Met debut as the Count, Peter Rose as the flamboyant La Roche, and Barry Banks and Olga Makarina as a temperamental Italian tenor and soprano; all are making Met role debuts. The Vagina Monologues, 8pm Starring Brooke Shields and Blythe Danner. Event to benefit victims of domestic violence. In association with the 2011 V-Day Campaign, Producers Matt McGrath and Minerva Scelza are proud to present a benefit production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues." Directing the famous production will be Tony-Award-winning Director Joe Mantello and Lisa Leguillou. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Nancy Atlas, 8pm, $10Nancy Atlas is the missing link between Lucinda Williams and Sheryl Crow. Original Americana Rock with a touch of Southern Comfort. She walks the line between swaggering rock chick and thread bare poet, garnering her a legion of die hard fans and in house respect.

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At the Movies Through Thursday April 28th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. African Cats, Samuel L. Jackson, G, 89 min. 12:30pm|3:30pm|6:30pm|9:15pm Rio 3D, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 96 min. 1:15pm|3:45pm|6:15pm|9:00pm Hanna, Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, PG-13, 111 min. 6:50pm|9:40pm Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 120 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:50pm Hop, James Marsden, Russell Brand, PG, 90 min. 1:45pm|4:20pm|6:40pm|9:30pm Win Win, Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, R, 106 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:20pm|10:00pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Queen To Play, NR, 4:40pm Potiche, R, 8:10pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 3:00pm|6:30pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Rio, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 1:15 4:15 7:15 10:00 Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, PG-13, 1:30 4:30 7:30 9:50 Scream 4, Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, R, 1:45 4:45 7:40 10:15

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Monday April 25 - Monday May 2 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby.

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This Week Tuesday, April 26th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806of the Allergist’s Wife TNS & GH present a Staged Reading of The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, 7:30pm, Free An award winning hit at the Manhattan Theatre Club and on Broadway ,The Tale of the Allergist's Wife is a radical departure for the well known author of extravagant spoofs like Vampire Lesbians of Sodom and Psycho Beach Party. Marjorie Taub, the wife of a philanthropic allergist, is engulfed in a life crisis of Medea-like proportions. Her children are grown, her beloved therapist died recently and her mother, obsessed with bowel movements, grates on her nerves. She tries to lose herself in a world of art galleries, foreign films and avant-garde theatre, but finds she is barely able to rouse herself from her sofa. Her spirits suddenly soar when a fascinating and incredibly worldly friend from her childhood appears on her doorstep. Lee the savior that infuses Marjorie with life becomes Lee the unwelcome and sinister guest in short order. Friday Friday, day, April 29th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? RUGOSA, 290 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.604.1550 Wolffer Estate Wine Dinner, 7pm, $70 Menu: Duck Mousse, Red Pepper Mango Salsa, Tomato Chutney and Ginger Vinaigrette Red pepper mango chutney with grain mustard and tarragon. Tomato Chutney is tomato reduced with honey, vinegar, star anise, and ginger Noblesse Oblige Sparkling Rosé- 2007 Seared Arctic Char, Leeks, Apple, Cauliflower Tapenade & Curry Broth Cauliflower Tapenade is chopped cauliflower bound with cauliflower/creme fraiche puree and a little Pernod. The Curry Broth is shallot, apples, sweet wine, curry, and mussel stock. Classic White Blend – 2010 Veal Duo-Seared Veal Tenderloin and Braised Veal Cheek, Eggplant Caviar, Swiss Chard Ravioli, and Soft Polenta Cheek is braised with red wine and orange juice, Eggplant caviar is eggplant puree and brunoise of; red pepper, mushroom, shallot, zucchini, anchovy and a touch of cinnamon “Lambardo” Merlot – 2005 Rhubarb Cheese Cake with Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet “Diosa” Late Harvest Chardonnay – 2008 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Lesus Mor Band, 10pm, $10 Blending their own styles and feel and with roots based on the classics, they use diversity, dynamics and structure to separate themselves from the routine or more so-the expected. From straight hard hitting rock, to ballads, folk, latin rock grooves, honky tonk, ambient jazz and more, they will challenge your senses. Wishing only to spread peace, unity, good vibes & understanding through the realm of music. "Try Les, get Mor"

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Saturday, Saturday, April 30th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Met Live In HD Presents: Verdi’s “Il Trovatore”, 1pm, $22 David McVicar's stirring production of Verdi's intense drama premiered in the 2008–09 season. James Levine leads this revival, starring four extraordinary singers—Sondra Radvanovsky, Dolora Zajick, Marcelo Álvarez, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky—in what might be the composer's most melodically rich score. WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Wine Club Cellar Game Dinner, 7:30pm, $125 Prepared by Chef Peter Fazio First Course Pheasant Cranberry Spread with Crustini Venison Charcuterie - “Summer Sausage, Kielbasa, Bologna” “Noblesse Oblige” Sparkling Rosé - 2007 Second Course Seared Breast of Duck with Orange ginger glaze served over a bed of varietal field greens with citrus sections and balsamic marinated red onion and cucumber Library Wine, Pinot Noir Magnums -1994 Library Wine, Reserve Merlot Magnums – 2000 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Third Course Filet of Venison stuffed with spinach and sun-dried tomatoes drizzled with hunter’s demi-glace and served with Purée of sweet potato and roasted asparagus “Lambardo” Merlot – 2005 Fourth Course Bananas Foster Challah bread bathed in Irish Cream, Frangelico and Kahlua and caramelized bananas served with vanilla bean ice cream “Laica” Late Harvest Vignoles – 2009 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 The Distant Relatives, 8pm, $10 Tim used to play in punk bands and Georgy studies opera. Campbell grew up on Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, at the same time Andy was listening to Talking Heads and Blondie. Liam leans more toward Wilco and White Stripes and Keith loves all kinds of music. So we ARE related musically, even though you could call it a long distance relationship. But somehow, when we're all in the same room, with the amps turned up, guitars strapped on and the microphones open, it all comes together. And what comes out, whether it's blues, country, classic rock or alternative music, cover tunes or original compositions, it just feels right. We all come from different places, different time periods, different backgrounds. We have different hopes, dreams and aspirations. But when the drum is kicking and the bass is thumping, the guitars are screaming and the keyboards are bumping...when everybody is dancing and singing, that's when it's easy to remember that deep-down and back in time, we're ALL Distant Relatives. Thieves, 10pm, $10 Joe Delia’s powerhouse blues-based band features Steven “Muddy” Roues ,Lisa Freud, Paul Undersinger and Billy Roues. On top of worldwide success as a Film Composer, Piano Player and Producer, Delia adds a new venture—Thieves. Joe Delia has assembled a new band of top-rated musicians. Thieves rocks a bag of originals, as well as some classics seldom heard. The high amp blues and rock and roll songs include songs fromJoe Delia’s critically-acclaimed Killer Joe “Scene of the Crime” CD. Joe Delia is best known for his film scores for director Abel Ferrara, including King of New York, Bad Lieutenant and China Girl. He has composed scores for over 30 feature films, including Carlito’s Way (Rise to Power), The Tao of Steve and Substitute II. Delia has also scored hundreds of television episodes. Including series for Nova and National Geographic. Joe Delia is internationally known on stage. He has toured extensively with many headliners, including Pat Benatar, Dave Edmunds, Chuck Berry, Stevie Wonder and David Johansen. Delia was Musical Director, Pianist and Arranger for The Buster Poindexter Show, which gave Joe Delia’s arrangement of “Hot, Hot, Hot” to the world. The list of Joe Delia’s rock and roll credits rolls on and on. It also includes piano on recordings with many popular artists, including Dusty Springfield,Grace Slick and Janis Ian. Currently, Joe Delia is a regular composer for the PBS/NOVA series and is touring with Thieves.

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At the Movies Through Thursday April 28th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. African Cats, Samuel L. Jackson, G, 89 min. 12:30pm|3:30pm|6:30pm|9:15pm Rio 3D, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 96 min. 1:15pm|3:45pm|6:15pm|9:00pm Hanna, Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, PG-13, 111 min. 6:50pm|9:40pm Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 120 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:50pm Hop, James Marsden, Russell Brand, PG, 90 min. 1:45pm|4:20pm|6:40pm|9:30pm Win Win, Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, R, 106 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:20pm|10:00pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Queen To Play, NR, 4:40pm Potiche, R, 8:10pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 3:00pm|6:30pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Rio, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 1:15 4:15 7:15 10:00 Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, PG-13, 1:30 4:30 7:30 9:50 Scream 4, Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, R, 1:45 4:45 7:40 10:15

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Monday May 2 - Monday May 9 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby. CITTA NUOVA, 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6300 Goat On A Boat Puppet Show, Monday’s May 2nd through May 23rd, 4:30pm, Free Free fun for the kids, Sag Harbor’s popular puppet show is on the road! Come enjoy the theatrics and then grab a bite to eat! PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication.

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Friday Friday, day, May 6th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? BAY STREET THEATRE, Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.0818 The Picture Show Presents Rosalind Russell in “My Sister Eileen”, 8pm, $5 Sisters Ruth and Eileen Sherwood move from Ohio to New York in the hopes of building their careers. Ruth wants to get a job as a writer, while Eileen hopes to succeed on the stage. The two end up living in a dismal basement apartment in Greenwich Village, where a parade of odd characters are constantly breezing in and out. The women also meet up with magazine editor Bob Baker, who takes a personal interest in helping both with their career plans. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Bastards of Boom, 10pm, $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse!

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Saturday, Saturday, May 7th BAY STREET THEATRE, Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.0818 Sag Harbor Farmer’s Market, 9am to 1pm Come out and take a look at all the fresh goods from the local areas Improv 4 Kids! Fun 4 All!, 3pm, $20 Bay Street Theatre continues celebrating its 20th Season with a special Mother's Day weekend event for the whole family! IMPROV 4 KIDS will be on stage Saturday, May 7 at 3 pm. IMPROV 4 KIDS is the outreach and educational arm of Improv comedy troupe EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH. Since 2002 the troupe has entertained over 3000 audiences in Times Square and touring Nationwide. Sketch and Musical Comedy scenes are created on the spot based on audience suggestions and participation. Recent shows have included skits based on Justin Bieber, Rebecca Black, and show favorites from NICK and Disney. So start thinking about what you want this show to be about and COME BE A PART OF THE SHOW! The Picture Show Presents Rosalind Russell in “Gypsy”, 8pm, $5 Mama Rose lives to see her daughter June succeed on Broadway by way of vaudeville. When June marries and leaves, Rose turns her hope and attention to her elder, less obviously talented, daughter Louise. However, having her headlining as a stripper at Minsky's Burlesque is not what she initially has in mind.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 The Wolffer Rose’ “Summer In A Bottle” Release Party, 1pm to 5pm, $25 Come see the World through our Rosé Colored Glasses! Live Music and Cheeses, and a Complimentary Glass of the 2010 Wölffer Rosé

MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Third Estate, 8pm, $10 We are local Band that came together as a result of The CrossRoads open jams on Sunday afternoons. Our romantic, energy driven renditions of original songs by lead singer Lisa Bonner and of classic hits by The Stones, Neil Young, The Style Council , Joe Jackson and many more old and new rock, blues and Indie songs will get you dancin. We play weekly at The Gig Shack in the summer and also appear at Ashwagh Hall in Springs and Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. We have played at the last two Stephen Talkhouse Battle of The Bands and had our own show there last fall. Band members are Lisa Bonner - guitar and vocals, Mike Rusinsky- lead guitar and vocals, Cesar Vera Bass and vocals, Paul Hamiltonguitar and vocals and Jerry Lally-percussion. New Dawn, 10pm, $10 New Dawn, formerly known as Signify, is a band made up of Long Island's most innovative musicians. Dawnette, formerly lead singer of Signify, has played countless shows all over Long Island, including headlining shows at Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett. She has been featured on Internet radio shows such as Long Island Blues Warehouse and accompanied such great live acts as the Funk Filharmonic and Full House. With her band of talented and lively musicians – Greg Lynch on guitar/vocals, Nick Gianni on bass/vocals, Dave Giacone on drums, and Tim Jordan on percussion – New Dawn is a nonstop music experience no one should miss. Mixing genres of rock 'n' roll, blues, soul, and funk,New Dawn is set to please

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At the Movies Through Thursday May 12th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Something Borrowed, Kate Hudson, John Krasinski, PG-13, 4:30pm|7:30pm|10:20pm Rio 3D, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 4:00pm|6:30pm|9:00pm Fast Five, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, PG-13, 3:45pm|7:15pm|10:10pm Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 3:30pm|6:40pm|9:40pm Thor 3D, Chris Hernsworth, Anthony Hopkins, PG-13, 4:10pm|7:00pm|9:50pm Win Win, Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, R, 4:20pm|6:50pm|9:50pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) The Princess of Montpensier, NR, 8:00pm I Am, NR, 3:00pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 6:15pm My Perestroika, NR, 4:30 UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Something Borrrowed, Kate Hudson, John Kasinski, PG-13, 4:15 7:15 10:00 Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 4:00 7:00 9:50 Thor, Chris Hernsworth, Anthony Hopkins, PG-13, 4:30 7:30 10:15 Prom, Aimee Teegargen, Thomas McDonell, PG, 4:45 7:40 10:10

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Monday May 9 - Monday May 16 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby. CITTA NUOVA, 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6300 Goat On A Boat Puppet Show, Monday’s May 2nd through May 23rd, 4:30pm, Free Free fun for the kids, Sag Harbor’s popular puppet show is on the road! Come enjoy the theatrics and then grab a bite to eat! PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication.

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This Week Friday Friday, day, May 13th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? BAY STREET THEATRE, Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.0818 The Picture Show Presents Dustin Hoffman in “The Graduate”, 8pm, $5 Ben has recently graduated college, with his parents now expecting great things from him. At his "Homecoming" party, Mrs. Robinson, the wife of his father's business partner, has Ben drive her home, which leads to an affair between the 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons� two. The affair eventually ends, but comes back to haunt him when he finds himself falling for Elaine, Mrs. Robinson's daughter. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Memphis Crawl, 10pm, $10 Memphis Crawl is a five piece Rock & Roll band from New York. Since its creation in 2004, the crawl has toured from New York to Los Angeles, and brought down the house at every venue along the way. Charismatic frontman, Matty O'Brien has been regarded as having one of the most powerful voices in the music world today. Lead guitarists Bryan Stevens and Nick Vincenti's explosive style takes the listener back to the days of the guitar gods like Hendrix and Jimmy Page. Playing bass is Mad Freik who lays down some of the funkiest low end around. last but not least drummer michael powder. Mr. Powder is a freak of nature behind the kit and plays every show like it's his last nite on earth!!! Since their inception, Memphis Crawl has become infamous for their wild and often hypnotic live performances. With over 40 original compositions in their arsenal each show is always different from the next. In January 2011, the band released its debut EP "Falling Down Against The Sun" and has received massive acclaim from both critics and fans alike.Their sound mixes elements of rock,blues,psychedelia and even has hints of southern gospel. Memphis Crawl proves that original rock n roll is still alive and well in 2011 and can hold its own on any stage in the land!!! Saturday, Saturday, May 14th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Rising Stars Piano Series Presents Margarita Shevchenko, 7pm, $15 Works: Brahms: 7 Fantasien Op.116 Chopin: Barcarolle Op. 60, Polonaise-Fantaisie Op. 61,"Eroica" Polonaise Op. 53 "Pianist Margarita Shevchenko, who on short notice filled in for Tzimon Barto, proved to be sensational..." - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung "...the delicacy of her scurrying pianissimo passage work was exemplary..." - New York Times

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BAY STREET THEATRE, Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.0818 The Workshops Presents “Chasing The Tiger”, 8pm, $20 Experience GAIL SHEEHY, the playwright! Best known for her NEW YORK TIMES best seller PASSAGES, her play is about a love story of a media power couple, Gail and her husband legendary editor CLAY FELKER, and their fearless battles and victories over Clay's cancer. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 The Complete Unknowns, 8pm, $10 The Complete Unknowns is a celebration of the music of Bob Dylan. Covering Dylan's five decade career, the band provides a complete Dylan experience that showcases Bob's songs as well as the great musicianship that brought them to life.... Urban Suns 10pm, $10 Urban Sun is an nine-piece New York City band that combines elements of funk, rock, and soul to create an energetic and unforgettable live show. An Urban Sun concert can be quite the funky ride, as the band covers a lot of ground everything from original tunes to their homages to legendary influences like the Meters, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone, and P-Funk ( to name a few). Urban Sun's grooves are skin-tight, creative, deeply funky and highly infectious - once you hear them, you'll know why they're notorious for removing butts from their chairs. Performing since 2002, the band has developed a strong NYC fan base, consistently packing hundreds of heads into venues like B.B. King's, the Knitting Factory, Mercury Lounge, Sullivan Hall and many more. Now word is spreading beyond the five boroughs, and the band has been gaining fans up and down the East Coast, playing solid shows and opening for such class acts as Trombone Shorty, Johnny Sketch,Salvador Santana, and Cyril Neville.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Sunday, May 15th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 SCC Chamber Series Presents The Annual Composers of the East End Concert, 3pm, $20 The Annual Composers of the East End welcomes back composers Victoria Bond, Eric Salzman and Steven Dickman and new composer Bruce Wolosoff with music for violin, percussion and piano. With Marc Levine, violin; Gloria Shih, piano; Dylan Benson, percussion. Victoria Bond - A New Light Stephen Dickman - Trees and Other Inclinations Eric Salzman - Suite from The True Last Words of Dutch Schulz Bruce Wolosoff - Mad Maude, and other tales

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At the Movies Through Thursday May 12th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Something Borrowed, Kate Hudson, John Krasinski, PG-13, 4:30pm|7:30pm|10:20pm Rio 3D, Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, G, 4:00pm|6:30pm|9:00pm Fast Five, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, PG-13, 3:45pm|7:15pm|10:10pm Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 3:30pm|6:40pm|9:40pm Thor 3D, Chris Hernsworth, Anthony Hopkins, PG-13, 4:10pm|7:00pm|9:50pm Win Win, Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, R, 4:20pm|6:50pm|9:50pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) The Princess of Montpensier, NR, 8:00pm I Am, NR, 3:00pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 6:15pm My Perestroika, NR, 4:30 UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Something Borrrowed, Kate Hudson, John Kasinski, PG-13, 4:15 7:15 10:00 Water For Elephants, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson, PG-13, 4:00 7:00 9:50 Thor, Chris Hernsworth, Anthony Hopkins, PG-13, 4:30 7:30 10:15 Prom, Aimee Teegargen, Thomas McDonell, PG, 4:45 7:40 10:10

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Monday May 16 - Monday May 23 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Spring Exhibit: EXPRESSION: Four Painters, April 2nd through May 21st Featuring the beautiful artwork of Shari Abramson, Roy Nicholson, Danny Simmons, and Julie Small-Gamby. CITTA NUOVA, 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6300 Goat On A Boat Puppet Show, Monday’s May 2nd through May 23rd, 4:30pm, Free Free fun for the kids, Sag Harbor’s popular puppet show is on the road! Come enjoy the theatrics and then grab a bite to eat! PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication.

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Thursday, May 19th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 7pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King. Friday Friday, day, May 20th GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Free Fridays, 11am-5pm, Every Friday Until May 20th Free admission to the museum and plenty of piping hot coffee from The Hampton Coffee Company! WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for?

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 7pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Amaryllis Equine Rescue & Sanctuary Fundraising Event, 6pm, $25 A night of great fun and entertainment! The great band, Mojo Wire, will be performing hits from Johnny Cash, The Moody Blues, Rolling Stones, Elton John, INXS, Bon Jovi, Guns ‘N Roses, and many more! Little Head Things, 10pm, $15 Cool and down to Earth. the group is located in a perfect place--the Hamptons--for their laid back rap/rock party that they throw while on stage. Putting their fingerprints all over an eclectic mix of covers from the 70's, 80's and 90's while intertwining some of their own catchy originals, LHT keeps the party moving, the drinks flowing and the dancefloor packed. Saturday, Saturday, May 21st SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 2pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Fundraiser to benefit CfAR, 6pm, $10 Live Music from Local Bands!! Little Head Thinks Mama Lee, Rose & Friends Raffle and More! Funkin’ A 10pm, $20 Funkin' A is an 8 pice Funk Rock/Jam Band with one goal: To make you dance!! Funkin' A play carefully selected covers to keep you dancing all night as well as some seriously funky original tunes. Influences include James Brown, The Grateful Dead, The Meters, and Phish just to name a few. If you haven't seen Funkin' A yet check them out and you will not be disappointed!

Sunday, May 22nd SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 5pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King.

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At the Movies Through Thursday May 19th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Water For Elephants, Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, PG-13, 121 min. 12:30pm|3:30pm|6:40pm|9:40pm Rio 3D, Anne Hathaway, George Lopez, G, 96 min. 1:20pm|3:50pm|6:30pm|9:00pm Thor 3D, Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, PG-13, 115 min. 1:10pm|4:00pm|6:50pm|9:30pm Fast Five, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, PG-13, 130 min. 1:00pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:20pm Something Borrowed, Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, PG-13, 112 min. 12:45pm|3:40pm|7:30pm|10:10pm The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Morgan Spurlock, Ben Silverman, PG-13, 88 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:00pm|9:50pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Jane Eyre, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 115 min. 2:00pm Bill Cunningham New York, NR, 84 min. 4:20pm The Conspirator, Robin Wright Penn, James McAvoy, PG-13, 122 min. 6:00pm The Princess of Montpensier, Mélanie Thierry, Lambert Wilson, NR, 139 min. 8:15pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Thor, Chris Hemsworth , Natalie Portman, PG-13, 115 min. 1:45pm|4:45pm|7:40pm|10:20pm Water For Elephants Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, PG-13, 121 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:50pm Bridesmaids (2011) Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:15pm Something Borrowed Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, PG-13, 112 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:10pm

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Monday May 23 - Monday May 30 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication.

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This Week

Thursday, May 26th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Thieves, 9pm, $10 Joe Delia’s powerhouse blues-based band features Steven “Muddy” Roues,Lisa Freud, Paul Undersinger andBilly Roues. On top of worldwide success as a Film Composer, Piano Player and Producer, Delia adds a new venture—Thieves. Joe Delia has assembled a new band of top-rated musicians. Thieves rocks a bag of originals, as well as some classics seldom heard. The high amp blues and rock and roll songs include songs fromJoe Delia’s critically-acclaimed Killer Joe “Scene of the Crime” CD. Joe Delia is best known for his film scores for director Abel Ferrara, including King of New York, Bad Lieutenant and China Girl. He has composed scores for over 30 feature films, including Carlito’s Way (Rise to Power), The Tao of Steve andSubstitute II. Delia has also scored hundreds of television episodes. Including series for Nova and National Geographic. Joe Delia is internationally known on stage. He has toured extensively with many headliners, including Pat Benatar, Dave Edmunds, Chuck Berry, Stevie Wonder and David Johansen. Delia was Musical Director, Pianist and Arranger for The Buster Poindexter Show, which gave Joe Delia’s arrangement of “Hot, Hot, Hot”to the world. The list of Joe Delia’s rock and roll credits rolls on and on. It also includes piano on recordings with many popular artists, including Dusty Springfield,Grace Slick and Janis Ian

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Friday Friday, day, May 27th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, 8pm, $120 "There’s one thing I've always wanted to do," Johnny confesses, “and that is to sing.” In a business where success is defined as getting a second single; and longevity measured in nano-seconds; just surviving for thirty plus years is a rare accomplishment. But Johnny and the Jukes have not just survived…they have flourished. Twenty-seven albums; thousands of live performances around the globe; a legion of dedicated and enthusiastic fans; dozens of classic songs; a record-Hearts of Stone-that Billboard called one of the top 100 albums of the 70’s and 80’s. To Johnny it’s just what he does. “I grew up on music. We listened to Billie Holiday, T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters and Big Joe Turner. My parents loved music, the louder the better.” Born and raised on the Jersey Shore, Southside's fascination for the club scene started early. “My father played in bands for years, and my mother actually went into labor with me at some seedy New Jersey club. I guess some things were just meant to be.” Singing and playing in a number of blues and R&B bands at what is now the legendary Upstage Club, often joined by pals Bruce Springsteen, “Miami Steve” Van Zandt, and Garry Tallent, Johnny worked at making “meant to be” into “is.” It wasn't easy. “We played for years on the shore, but it wasn’t until Bruce hit with Born to Run that these A&R guys would drive to Asbury Park to see what was happening.” Southside (a nickname picked up because of his bent toward the blues sounds of the Southside of Chicago) and his band, eventually called the Asbury Jukes, worked on their growing reputation as a dynamic live band through the late 60’s and early 70’s. “We built a big band, a home for lots of musicians, horns and all: sure we called it Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, but it was really just a bunch of guys getting crazy on stage.” Then, in 1975, they signed with CBS/Epic Records and released the critically acclaimed I Dont Want To Go Home – and a legend was begun. What followed was two decades of recording and touring and solidifying a place in rock ‘n roll history…a period of ups and downs, dozens of great songs, and storied live performances. In 1992, following the release of Better Days, and it’s unexpected lackluster reception, Johnny, never a fan of the “big record business,” soured on the rat race altogether, and took a hiatus from the studio; though he continued to work the road. “I went through some really bad times and never wanted to record again,” he recalls. He spent eight years working on the massive record collection he shares with E Street bassist, and childhood buddy, Garry Tallent, ruminating on life and his music, and just plain moping… until, in 1999, the light finally came back on. The release of Messin’ with the Blues, in 2000, on his own Leroy Records label, was a return to making music for the sheer joy of it. A collection of old and new true-blues songs that Johnny had long coveted but couldn’t record in the popsingle driven, major label environment, Messin’ with the Blues was the catharsis Johnny needed to get the band back in the studio and himself back in the groove. “You can be free do what you want, as you want…we weren’t trying to be perfect…we just wanted to play…we were professional about it, while having a lot of fun.” Recharged and energized, with a rejuvenated balls-to-the-wall, honest-to-goodness Jukes attitude, Johnny followed up Messin’ with the Blues with Going To Jukesville in 2002, a classic Jukes’ rocker; and the newly released Into The Harbour, a retrospectively-toned collection celebrating the Jukes 30 years’ on the road. Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes are brassing their way through the first decade of of the new millenium the same way they always rocked the old one…no holds barred, good-time rock and roll. “I’ll stack my group up against any group out there. We enjoy playing, and the audience enjoys having a good time. Music is a shared emotion. We distill it down to that.” 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” When you distill Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, what is rendered is great music and good times. It’s been thus for three decades…and counting. Booga Sugar, 10pm, $25 Building an explosively fresh sound since early 2000, Booga Sugar has become the perfect embodiment ofimpossibly polished dance grooves. They have createda visionary sound that evokes NY 80’s revival veering towards pop bliss. Their high-energy performance delivers no shortage of charmingly fun and prolifically crafted hits. Booga Sugar rocks the Hamptons all summer long, as well as selling out venues in downtown Manhattan year round. Quickly becoming the quintessential party band, Booga Sugar is the ultimate addition to any event. The clubready sound that is Booga Sugar will leave you hungry for more. This is dance music so perfect it can't help but move you. Their debut CD "Dance Floor Whore" was released on April 26, 2005 on Groceryboy Records. Saturday, Saturday, May 28th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 SCC Hosts A Chamber Music Jazz Concert Benefit for WPPB 88.3 FM A Chamber Music Jazz Concert with a debut performance by Hot Club of The Hamptons: Hot Club of the Hamptons is a project of four seasoned string and vocal jazz musicians, residents of New York ’s Hamptons. Their acoustic swingin’ strings and vocal jazz is inspired by the legendary Quintet of the Hot Club of France. Not imitating, but in the spirit of that Hot Club’s never-to-be matched guitar and violin geniuses, Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. The creators of the greatest hot and sweet acoustic jazz of the 20th Century; a sound unique in jazz history.

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BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 Christine Ebersole & Edward Hibbert in Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward, 8pm, $75 Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce a very special performance on Memorial Weekend. On Saturday, May 28 at 8 pm, enjoy Broadway luminaries Christine Ebersole and Edward Hibbert in Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward. Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward was devised and written by Barry Day (based on "The Letters of Noël Coward)and interweaves the music of Noël Coward and letters between Noël Coward and his famous friends (newly collected in the critically acclaimed book, The Letters of Noël Coward, edited by Barry Day). Christine Ebersole is a Broadway and cabaret star of the highest degree. She returns to Bay Street having performed here before in Rough Crossing. She won her first "Leading Actress in a Musical" Tony Award for 42nd Street in 2001, and her second in 2007 for the dual roles of Big Edie and Little Edie in Grey Gardens - which The New York Times called "One of the most gorgeous performances ever to grace a musical." Other Broadway triumphs have included On the Twentieth Century, Oklahoma!, Camelot, Gore Vidal's The Best Man, Dinner at Eight (for which she was nominated for another Tony Award), Steel Magnolias, and the 2009 revival of the Noël Coward comedy Blithe Spirit with Rupert Everett and Angela Lansbury. Ms. Ebersole has also enchanted audiences with her on-camera performances. Her many film credits include a critically acclaimed role in Amadeus. On television, she was a beloved cast member of Saturday Night Live (where she co-anchored Weekend Update). Other television highlights include Ryan's Hope, One Life to Live, Valerie, Will & Grace, The Nanny, Just Shoot Me, Murphy Brown, Ally McBeal, Samantha Who?, Boston Legal, The Colbert Report, and Royal Pains, among many others. She also appeared in the 1993 television adaptation of Gypsy starring Bette Midler. International talent Edward Hibbert was born in New York City and trained at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. London West End. He has been in numerous Bay Street productions including Rough Crossing and No Time For Comedy. Credits include The Mystery of Irma Vep, Lend Me a Tenor, Hamlet and Twelfth Night. Broadway credits include acclaimed productions such as Curtains (with David Hyde Pierce), The Drowsy Chaperone, Noises Off, The Green Bird, Me and My Girl, and Alice in Wonderland. Off Broadway, he received an Obie and a Dramalogue for his performance in Jeffrey. Other Off Broadway includes My Night with Reg, Privates on Parade, and as Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency. Mr. Hibbert has also earned accolades in regional theatres across America, and has appeared in films such as Taking Woodstock, The Prestige, Fakers, The Paper, Everyone Says I Love You, Uptown Girls, The First Wives Club, and The Lion King 1 & ½. Mr. Hibbert's numerous television appearances include 11 seasons as Gil Chesterton on NBC's Frasier and Once Upon a Mattress with Carol Burnett and Tracey Ullman. He is currently starring in the Roundabout's acclaimed production of The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore with Olympia Dukakis (who will be coming to Ten Chimneys herself this summer as the Master Teacher for the 2011 Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program). During Ms. Ebersole's highly praised revival of Blithe Spirit, she was asked to spend some time exploring Noël Coward's songs, to help select the scene change music for the show. She fell in love with Noël's work and eagerly followed her newfound passion, ultimately recording the critically acclaimed Christine Ebersole Sings Noël Coward. Among the numerous rave reviews of the album was a prominent online music blog's conclusion that "If you're a Noël Coward fan, Christine Ebersole Sings Noël Coward is an essential recording. If you're not familiar with the material of Noël Coward, then this is the perfect place to start."

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GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Crossroads Music Showcase: Mr. No Shame, 8pm, $20 Formed in 2008, Mr. No-Shame is a high energy, six-piece poly-rhythmic Latino rock band featuring a veritable United Nations of South American musical muscle. From Chile come 23 year-old Carol Fuentes (lyrics and lead vocalist/guitarist) and her father Willy (bass, bv’s and orchestration). Venezuela is represented by Aquiles Brito Sr. (congas and timbales) and his son Aquiles Jr. (bongos and jambe) and out of Costa rica, Adrian Mora (drums), who has recently joined the group. Fabian Rodriguez (lead guitarist and band spokesman) hails from Ecuador. With a number of local performances under their belt and their first self-produced ten song CD, Impudens, garnering airplay on local stations and international stations, Mr. No-Shame is poised to break and eager to play as widely as possible. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Sugar Shack Burlesque, 8pm, $30 Sugar Shack Burlesque is the candied cherry atop NYC's Neo-Burlesque scene. Co-producers RunAround Sue and Legs Malone bring you the finest of NYC burlesque in events all over New York City. Disco Sux, 10pm, $10 If you love to dance all night to live music then you need to see Disco Sux! We play nothing but the best in 70's, 80's, and 90's disco, funk, dance, rock and reggae hits. Dig up someplatform shoesor your adidas sneakers and come get down to one of thebest dance parties around! Expect special guests. Sunday, May 29th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 5pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider, 4pm, $12 A Film by Catherine Hiller Warnow & Regina Weinreich. Introduced by the Filmmakers with an audience Q&A to follow screening. BRIDGEHAMPTON TENNIS & SURF CLUB 231 Mid Ocean Drive, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.1180 Heat Wave Party, 6:30pm, Tickets Start At $75 Come out to the beach to celebrate the kick off of the summer season in support of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic. Silent Auction, Pop Up Boutiques, Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres with special guest Andy Cohen. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 2nd UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, PG-13, 141 min. Standard: 12:15pm|3:15pm|6:30pm|9:30pm 3D: 1:15pm|4:20pm|7:30pm|10:30pm Incendies, Lubna Azabal, Maxim Gaudette, R, 130 min. 12:00pm|3:00pm|6:00pm|9:15pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:15pm|10:15pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:00pm|3:30pm|6:15pm|9:00pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:30pm|3:45pm|6:45pm|9:45pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) L’Amour Fou, NR, 103 min. 2:30pm|6:15pm Cave of Forgotten Dreams, G, 123 min. 4:20pm|8:00pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Pirates of the Caribbean, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, PG-13, 141 min. 12:45pm|3:50pm|7:00pm|10:00pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:40pm|10:10pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:30pm|10:20pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:40pm|10:15pm

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Monday May 30 - Monday June 6 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication. BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 2011 Mainstage Production of “Tru” with Darrell Hammond, June 1st through June 22nd, $65 TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8 pm SUNDAY 7 pm WEDNESDAY MATINEES June 8, 15 and 22 at 2 pm SATURDAY MATINEES June 11 and 18 at 4 pm Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce the first show for the 2011, 20th Mainstage Season. Darrell Hammond will play Truman Capote in the revival of TRU, by Jay Presson Allen. This look into a part of Truman Capote's life, was first produced on Broadway, earning Robert Morse a Tony for Best Actor in 1990. "Capote had a truly unique American voice in his work," says Artistic Director Sybil Christopher. "And he was not only one of the country's celebrated writers but he was also a resident of the East End." Darrell Hammond, a Bay Street Theatre Artistic Associate, is widely know for his long standing role as a cast member on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, having spent 14 years as a cast member impersonating over 107 luminaries such as Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump and Sean Connery. He appeared in Bay Street's ROMANCE and BEYOND THERAPY, and performed stand up at Bay Street's Comedy Club. Playwright Jay Presson Allen, is no stranger to the screen and stage. Her credits include THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE (stage & screenplay), Hitchcock's MARNIE (screenplay), FUNNY LADY (screenplay), and CABARET (screenplay). TRU takes place shortly after a portion of his book "Answered Prayers" was published in Esquire Magazine. This prompted many of his friends to turn against him. "TRU is written with compassion and humor," says Artistic Director Murphy Davis. "We see Truman confronting his demons, successes, failures and his reflecting on his extraordinary life." Call the Box Office for details!

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This Week Monday, May 30th The Village of East Hampton, NY, 11937

Memorial Day Parade, 10:30am, Free Tuesday, May 31st MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Brother Josephus & The Love Revival Orchestra, 8:00pm, $10 Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestrais a 12-piece explosion of righteousness blending New Orleansparty music, Soul in the style of Ray Charles and Al Green, a good helping of Jam-bandy Roots Rock and a splash of upbeat (non-religious) Gospel into a feel-good gumbo of love. Whenever the band takes the stage, it's Fat Tuesday of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. But BroJo is more than just a band - it's a complete spectacle - a feast for the eyes as well as the ears. Dressed in their finest whites (accented with purple, gold and green), they throw out beads, dance with parasols throughout the crowd, and every show starts with a New Orleans-style parade through the audience. In its short history, the band has already shared the stage with New Orleans stalwarts such as Trombone Shorty, Rebirth Brass Band, the Radiators, Bonerama, the New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars, andEric Lindell. BroJo is a musical and visual spectacle of such ferocity that it leaves all in attendance shouting "Amen!" and dancing in the aisles. It's like a big ol' shot of love and adrenaline. It feels that good. Each BroJo tune has been meticulously arranged for the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra: the three-piece horn section (the Shepherds of the Wind), the gospel choir (the Voices of Reason), and the most righteous rhythm section (the Guardians of the Groove) lay it down for Brother Joscephus to sing about the pain, joy and wisdom that is in his heart. When the band starts vibing with the audience you can't help but have a good time - it's undeniable!! Brother Joscephus' message is one of righteousness: spread as much love as possible around, regardless of your individual beliefs, race, age, sex, sexual orientation or whatever it is you're into. Long as you're not hurting anyone, BroJo has much love for you and encourages you to fill the space with whatever love you got. That's what the Love Revival Revolution is all about. Thursday, June 2nd GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”, 7:30pm, $18 Roundabout Theatre Company, L.A. Theatre Works and BY Experience present Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest captured LIVE in high-definition at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway, for limited screenings at movie theaters and performing arts centers around the world from June 2nd. The Importance of Being Earnest is a comedic masterpiece about class, courtship and good old-fashioned name dropping. Tony Award winner Brian Bedford directs and stars as Lady Bracknell in this trivial comedy for serious people. This landmark Roundabout Theatre Company production of The Importance of Being Earnest delights audiences and critics alike!

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, 9pm, $10 With a shot of whiskey, an over the shoulder gaze and a youthful smirk, Arleigh Kincheloe, lead vocalist for Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, saunters toward the stage knowing something you don’t know Arleigh knows that tomorrow morning, with your tired legs and hoarse voice, you’ll still be talking about last night’s show. The Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds show that reignited your passion for live music. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds blend old school gut-busting funk and soul with straight up rock and roll. Led by Arleigh Kincheloe’s strong vocals, the appropriately named Dirty Birds are a flock of eight men that create a sometimes sexy other times funky –but always tight-- powerhouse wall of sound where the harmonica plays a front and center role. Arleigh and her brother, Jackson Kincheloe (harmonica), were raised in the Catskills region of New York state by musical parents. Their mother was a country singer a la Patsy Cline and their father, a drummer, performed in rock and roll bands. Their home was a revolving door of family and friends, with the Kincheloe’s often hosting jam sessions into the wee hours of the night. Music, as they say, was in their blood. In late 2008, Arleigh and Jackson, now proud Brooklynites, performed their first gig together at the renowned Rockwood Music Hall in New York City’s Lower East Side. “After that show-- and the great response we got from the crowd -- we decided to put our band together,” said Jackson. Intent on creating a big band with a funk and blues style, (“There is nothing like a big band,” says Arleigh. “It makes me feel at home, like I'm surrounded by greatness.”)the brother and sister team set out to recruit some of the best young musicians from coast to coast. Their California bred cousin Bram (drums), fit the bill “to really get the funk going,” says Jackson, because he grew up in a house alive with New Orleans music, in which drums and bass and horns are a vital component to the overall sound.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” The rest of the Dirty Birds – a mix of formally trained (Berkeley School of Music, Oberlin and Manhattan School of Music grads) and self-taught road warriors—round out the heavyweight band. “There’s something about these nine personalities that really work together,” said Arleigh. “The boys make it look and seem easy because they really believe in this.” The passion and dedication of this nine-piece outfit is evident in their electric stage presence and spot on sound. It’s the perfect mix of energy and skill-- and it’s all a collaborative effort. “Each one of The Birds will add his two cents until we're all amazed by what we've got,” says Arleigh. “It's really a beautiful thing.” It’s no surprise then, that less than two years after their first gig, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds will hit the stage at the 11thannual moe.down fest, playing along side notable acts like moe., The Black Keys, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Nas & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. This three-day event, known for its laid-back vibe and great music, has a history of bringing a diverse collection of artists to the festival. Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds will now join the likes of The Flaming Lips, The Roots, The Wailers, Ani DiFranco, Amos Lee, The Avett Brothers and more who’ve crossed the moe.down stages. Already winning favorable reviews and ready to share their music with the world, Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds arecurrently working on their debut full-length album and are planning an East Coast tour this fall. The lights have dimmed and the crowd is still roaring. Sweaty, but accomplished and content, Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds have captivated the crowd. “We want to be the band that you cannot wait to see live,” says Arleigh. And they’ve done just that. Friday Friday, day, June 3rd WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for?

MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Tom Tom Club, 8pm, $50 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” 2011 is a celebratory year for The Tom Tom Club- it marks their 30th year as a band. Conceived during downtime from Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth’s other band, Talking Heads, the group celebrates their anniversary this year by playing shows around the world, reinforcing why their funky musical style has been a staple of the dance music world since the early eighties. The Tom Tom Club was formed by Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth in 1981. Graduates from the Rhode Island School of Design, they moved to New York City where they founded the Talking Heads as a trio with David Byrne in 1975. Chris played drums, Tina played bass and David sang and played guitar. In early 1981, the Talking Heads took a hiatus after five years of touring internationally and four studio albums. Chris and Tina began the Tom Tom Club and signed with Chris Blackwell and Island Records. When legendary reggae producer Lee “Scratch” Perry failed to show up for the scheduled recording sessions in the Bahamas, Blackwell allowed Chris and Tina to produce the album themselves with Jamaican engineer Steven Stanley. The Tom Tom Club's first single was “Wordy Rappinghood,” an unusually original mix of schoolyard rap over a funky groove that went into the top of the charts in 17 countries. “Wordy Rappinghood” turned out to be seminal in bringing mainstream attention to the new spirit of hip-hop. The group’s second single was the remarkable “Genius of Love.” Released in the UK before North America, the track became a huge hit, going to #1 on the charts and inspiring dozens of unsolicited remixes and versions--most notably, Grandmaster Flash’s "It's Nasty/Genius of Love" in 1982—a massive hit in the clubs and on the R&B and dance charts, soon earning the Tom Tom Club debut a Gold sales award. In 1995, Mariah Carey hit #1 with “Fantasy,” her version of “Genius of Love” featuring Ol’ Dirty Bastard rapping over the original instrumental track. “Genius of Love” continues to be frequently sampled by various artists, from Tupac Shakur to most recently, T.I. feat. Fergie and will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas. Tina and Chris were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have continued to play and tour the Tom Tom Club ever since. In 2010, Nacional Records released a new, live double-album that featured select tracks from classic album ‘Live At The Club House’ as well as a Latin alternative remix tribute to the smash hit, “Genius Of Love” by such artists as Ozomatli and Money Mark. Booga Sugar, 10pm, $30 Building an explosively fresh sound since early 2000, Booga Sugar has become the perfect embodiment ofimpossibly polished dance grooves. They have createda visionary sound that evokes NY 80’s revival veering towards pop bliss. Their high-energy performance delivers no shortage of charmingly fun and prolifically crafted hits. Booga Sugar rocks the Hamptons all summer long, as well as selling out venues in downtown Manhattan year round. Quickly becoming the quintessential party band, Booga Sugar is the ultimate addition to any event. The clubready sound that is Booga Sugar will leave you hungry for more. This is dance music so perfect it can't help but move you. Their debut CD "Dance Floor Whore" was released on April 26, 2005 on Groceryboy Records.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Saturday, Saturday, June 4th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 SCC Hosts A Chamber Music Jazz Concert Benefit for WPPB 88.3 FM A Chamber Music Jazz Concert with a debut performance by Hot Club of The Hamptons: Hot Club of the Hamptons is a project of four seasoned string and vocal jazz musicians, residents of New York ’s Hamptons. Their acoustic swingin’ strings and vocal jazz is inspired by the legendary Quintet of the Hot Club of France. Not imitating, but in the spirit of that Hot Club’s never-to-be matched guitar and violin geniuses, Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. The creators of the greatest hot and sweet acoustic jazz of the 20th Century; a sound unique in jazz history. BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 Christine Ebersole & Edward Hibbert in Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward, 8pm, $75 Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce a very special performance on Memorial Weekend. On Saturday, May 28 at 8 pm, enjoy Broadway luminaries Christine Ebersole and Edward Hibbert in Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward. Love, Noël: The Letters and Songs of Noël Coward was devised and written by Barry Day (based on "The Letters of Noël Coward)and interweaves the music of Noël Coward and letters between Noël Coward and his famous friends (newly collected in the critically acclaimed book, The Letters of Noël Coward, edited by Barry Day). Christine Ebersole is a Broadway and cabaret star of the highest degree. She returns to Bay Street having performed here before in Rough Crossing. She won her first "Leading Actress in a Musical" Tony Award for 42nd Street in 2001, and her second in 2007 for the dual roles of Big Edie and Little Edie in Grey Gardens - which The New York Times called "One of the most gorgeous performances ever to grace a musical." Other Broadway triumphs have included On the Twentieth Century, Oklahoma!, Camelot, Gore Vidal's The Best Man, Dinner at Eight (for which she was nominated for another Tony Award), Steel Magnolias, and the 2009 revival of the Noël Coward comedy Blithe Spirit with Rupert Everett and Angela Lansbury. Ms. Ebersole has also enchanted audiences with her on-camera performances. Her many film credits include a critically acclaimed role in Amadeus. On television, she was a beloved cast member of Saturday Night Live (where she co-anchored Weekend Update). Other television highlights include Ryan's Hope, One Life to Live, Valerie, Will & Grace, The Nanny, Just Shoot Me, Murphy Brown, Ally McBeal, Samantha Who?, Boston Legal, The Colbert Report, and Royal Pains, among many others. She also appeared in the 1993 television adaptation of Gypsy starring Bette Midler. International talent Edward Hibbert was born in New York City and trained at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. London West End. He has been in numerous Bay Street productions including Rough Crossing and No Time For Comedy. Credits include The Mystery of Irma Vep, Lend Me a Tenor, Hamlet and Twelfth Night. Broadway credits include acclaimed productions such as Curtains (with David Hyde Pierce), The Drowsy Chaperone, Noises Off, The Green Bird, Me and My Girl, and Alice in Wonderland. Off Broadway, he received an Obie and a Dramalogue for his performance in Jeffrey. Other Off Broadway includes My Night with Reg, Privates on Parade, and as Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency. Mr. Hibbert has also earned accolades in regional theatres across America, and has appeared in films such as Taking Woodstock, The Prestige, Fakers, The Paper, Everyone Says I Love You, Uptown Girls, The First Wives Club, and The Lion King 1 & ½. Mr. Hibbert's numerous television appearances include 11 seasons as Gil Chesterton on NBC's Frasier and Once Upon a Mattress with Carol Burnett and Tracey Ullman. He is currently starring in the Roundabout's acclaimed production of The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore with Olympia Dukakis (who will be coming to Ten Chimneys herself this 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” summer as the Master Teacher for the 2011 Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program). During Ms. Ebersole's highly praised revival of Blithe Spirit, she was asked to spend some time exploring Noël Coward's songs, to help select the scene change music for the show. She fell in love with Noël's work and eagerly followed her newfound passion, ultimately recording the critically acclaimed Christine Ebersole Sings Noël Coward. Among the numerous rave reviews of the album was a prominent online music blog's conclusion that "If you're a Noël Coward fan, Christine Ebersole Sings Noël Coward is an essential recording. If you're not familiar with the material of Noël Coward, then this is the perfect place to start." GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 SummerDoc: BUCK Hosted By James Lipton, 8pm, $22 Audience Award Winner at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, BUCK, a richly textured and visually stunning film, follows Brannaman from his abusive childhood to his phenomenally successful approach to horses. A real life "horsewhisperer", he eschews the violence of his upbringing and teaches people to communicate with horses through leadership and sensitivity, not punishment. Buck possesses near magical abilities as he dramatically transforms horses - and people with his understanding, compassion and respect. In this film, the animal-human relationship becomes a metaphor for facing the daily challenges of life. A truly American story about an unsung hero, BUCK is about an ordinary man who has made an extraordinary life despite tremendous odds.

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Nancy Atlas, 8pm, $30 Nancy Atlas is the missing link between Lucinda Williams and Sheryl Crow. Original Americana Rock with a touch of Southern Comfort. She walks the line between swaggering rock chick and thread bare poet, garnering her a legion of die hard fans and in house respect. Atlas was born with gypsy blood... in Commack, Long Island. After a successful spell at public school she continued her education by studying art and art history abroad at Cambridge University and Richmond College in Florence Italy. Three months before graduating early, Nancy bought a guitar down on London's famous Portobello Road for sixty quid and never looked back. In the past 14 years she has produced four albums under her own label, Neptuna Records, amassed a staggering posse of fans and received over 4 million hits on her website, nancyatlas.com. Known for her raw live performances and stellar songwriting, Atlas and her band of journeymen have been able to sustain several grass root tours across the US, sell thousands of CD's and have opened for just about everyone under the sun! Nancy has spent every summer of her life on the East End of Long Island. It is where she calls home with herson Cashus Lee, her husband Tomas and her van Large Marge. Her Plum Tv television show, East End Legends,is a tip of the hat to the real 'celebrities' of this region. Her show highlights everyday people that have a true passion for what they do. The show has gained a cult like following and been airing since 2005. Nancy's own personal flavor seems to connect to a very broad base. It is summed up best by Tim Donnelly who wrote, "Nancy Atlas is the real deal. She's as authentic as a pair of well worn Levi's or a shot of Jack with a Bud Chaser. Never mind the fact she's a great singer (Dare we say a female Bruce?) & an inspiring songwriter (there's always room on the island for one more great songwriter, right?). She was our shining beacon on the Hamptons Documentary, where she told it like it was, not the way it was portrayed to be. Nancy Atlas loves her backyard, her art and all things simple. She is no bullshit. She is a patriot." Amen. Disco Sux, 10pm, $30 Hot Lava’s molten musical interpretations of The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Replacements, Ryan Adams, and others have scalded hordes of fans from NYC to Amagansett. Said Rolling Stone Magazine of Hot Lava in May 2004: "With scorching sounds and blistering beats, Hot Lava has created the next great paradigm shift in music...music DE-volution. They are taking us back to a primordial state…when pure, searing sounds shot up from the core, pierced the mantle, and burst through the cold, indifferent crust...erupting in a primal exultation which screamed, 'back the f*ck off!' Well, back off for these guys. Because once the Lava gets flowing, there's no outrunning it."

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Sunday, June June 5th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: A Charitable Cabaret, 5pm, Contact for Pricing Our show seeks to entertain all ages with jazz standards and pop hits accompanied by all types of dance from tap and ballroom, to hip hop and step. We are taking this notion even further by providing seating at every price level by allowing audience members to name their own price for tickets, and the proceeds from each performance will be donated to a charity chosen by a lucky audience member! Lauren Rowland and Nick Williams host this high-energy show featuring regulars of the Southampton Cultural Center Stage: Anita Boyer, Bethany Dellapolla, Kasia Klimiuk, Christine Martinez, Erin McKenna, and Bobby Peterson and introducing Julia King. Reprimand, 9pm, $10 If there’s a defining quality of Reprimand, it’s this: they were all born in the wrong era. Sharing a mutual love of rock heroes Springsteen, Billy Joel, Meatloaf, The Beatles, Joplin and Turner, jazz greats like Charlie Parker and Etta James and soul savers like James Brown, Sam and Dave and Maceo Parker, Reprimand is a band committed to playing only the best music. Founded while the group was still in high school, they’ve very quickly begun to light up the New York music scene, playing songs other bands would never dream of. Combining youthful energy and intensity with a true love and respect for their music and fans, Reprimand proves show after show why they are a force to be reckoned with. Having played shows all over the Island, from Huntington to Brooklyn, from small clubs and bars to catering halls and street fairs, Reprimand is honored to be playing at the Stephen Talkhouse. So come on down for a show that you will never forget, to see a band that will make you hear classic rock as if it was brand new again.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Sandra Bernhard, 7:00pm, $30 ALL NEW MATERIAL!!!! Since she first stepped on stage at the Comedy Store in the ‘70s, Sandra Bernhard has been challenging fans and critics with her outrageous humor, keen satire and rollicking stage shows. “Give the dame her due,” writes the New York Times, “It's invigorating to be in the presence of a true original.” Bernhard, who writes and develops all of her own material, has produced numerous one-woman shows over the years, among them: Without You I’m Nothing—which was released as a feature film—Excuses for Bad Behavior, Giving ‘Til It Hurts, Hero Worship, the Love Machine, and Everything Bad and Beautiful, which ran for two months off-Broadway, before Bernhard toured with it, making numerous stops across the U.S. and in Europe. “A performer of stunning originality. Funny but foxy, super smart and slightly mad!” proclaimed WCBS. “Bernhard is a very funny woman by nature, a rocker by sheer determination and an actress you've seen in eclectic offerings,” says the Washington Post. Bernhard's last show, “Hero Worship,” featured a five-piece band and was a post-September 11th tribute to Bernhard's commitment to irony—that it, too, has survived September 11th. The show featured a range of musical numbers (some original and some covers). It was a fearless attempt to show that life must continue and the show must go on. Other notable performances include her participation in the “Stormy Weather Benefit '98,” organized by Don Henley, which also featured Stevie Nicks and Joni Mitchell, as well as “The Elton John Tribute for Broadway Cares.” Bernhard’s one-woman Broadway show, “I’m Still Here … Damn It!,” was hailed by the New York Times as “an angst driven, foul-mouthed poison-laced joy ride that banks and careens frenetically through the worlds of fashion, celebrity, rock, and religion. In her own voice, unfiltered, [Bernhard] is a living, breathing bonfire.” The show, which initially ran for five months off Broadway, went on to play sold-out runs in Boston and San Francisco, and was filmed for an HBO special. Bernhard first earned film accolades in 1983 when she appeared in Martin Scorsese’s “The King of Comedy.” Other film work includes “Inside Monkey Zetterland,” “Track 29,” “Hudson Hawk,” “Dinner Rush,” and “Dare.” And she is about to begin filming on two new projects. From 1991-1996, Bernhard portrayed Nancy Bartlett on “Roseanne,” and she has had guest starring or recurring roles on numerous other shows, among them; “Ally McBeal,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” “The Sopranos,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The L Word,” “Will & Grace,” and “The New Adventures of Old Christine.” She has appeared numerous times on “Late Night with David Letterman,” and has been a guest on “The Tonight Show,” “The View,” “The Joy Behar Show,” “The Jimmy Kimmel Show,” “The Rachel Maddow Show,” and Showtime’s “The Green Room,” among others. She has appeared regularly on the Howard Stern show since the ‘80s. And was the host of “Sandra After Dark,” for HBO, and “Reel Wild Cinema.” In addition to her original songs, Bernhard performs covers from Led Zeppelin to Laura Nyro; Burt Bachrach to Britney Spears. “One moment, her voice is lulling you into a wistful sigh; the next, she's knocking you back several rows with it,” proclaimed the SF Weekly. Her albums include: “I’m Your Woman,” and most recently she collaborated on the world music album “Whatever it Takes,” featuring African musicians such as Papa Wemba and TK. She has also sung with or opened for various musical acts, including: The Pretenders, Cyndi Lauper, and the Scissor Sisters. She participated in the “Stormy Weather Benefit '98,” organized by Don Henley, which also featured Stevie Nicks and Joni Mitchell and “The Elton John Tribute for Broadway Cares.” Bernhard has also lent her talents to benefits for organizations including: The Ali Forney Center for LGBT Homeless Youth, and Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS. Bernhard has written three books: Confessions of a Pretty Lady (Harper&Row, 1988), Love, Love and Love (HarperCollins, 1994), and May I Kiss You on the Lips, Miss Sandra? (William Morrow, 1998). And she is currently at work on her fourth collection. Her work has also been published in numerous magazines, including, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler, Rolling Stone, Interview, and Spy.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider, 4pm, $12 A Film by Catherine Hiller Warnow & Regina Weinreich. Introduced by the Filmmakers with an audience Q&A to follow screening. BRIDGEHAMPTON TENNIS & SURF CLUB 231 Mid Ocean Drive, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.1180 Heat Wave Party, 6:30pm, Tickets Start At $75 Come out to the beach to celebrate the kick off of the summer season in support of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic. Silent Auction, Pop Up Boutiques, Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres with special guest Andy Cohen.

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 9th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, PG-13, 141 min. Standard: 12:00pm|3:00pm|6:15pm|9:15pm 3D: 1:00pm|4:15pm|7:30pm|10:30pm X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 140 min. 12:45pm|4:00pm|7:15pm|9:45pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:15pm|4:30pm|7:00pm|9:45pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 12:30pm|3:30pm|6:00pm|9:00pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:15pm|3:15pm|6:30pm|9:30pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) L’Amour Fou, NR, 4:00pm Cave of Forgotten Dreams, G, 6:00pm The Double Hour, NR, 7:45 The Princess of Montpensier, NR, 9:30am UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Pirates of the Caribbean, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, PG-13, 141 min. 12:45pm|3:50pm|7:00pm|10:00pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:30pm|10:10pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:20pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:40pm|9:50pm

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Monday June 6 - Monday June 13 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Julião Sarmento: Artists and Writers/House and Home, April 17th through June 11th The exhibition underscores the artist’s long engagement with the themes of language, writing, and a sense of place. Artists and Writers/House and Home will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in an American museum since the 1999 exhibitionFundamental Accuracy presented at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. In the decade since, Sarmento has experienced a remarkable period of aesthetic and intellectual growth in his art. The exhibition includes more than 40 paintings and works on paper, ranging from the monumentally scaled mixed media on canvas Anything To Fill In The Long Silences, 1998 and Where Speech Could Have Been Transcribed, 2001, to intimately scaled paintings on paper from the 2000 series “What Makes a Writer Great.” Also featured are large enamel, collage, and graphic on paper drawings from “Women and Houses and Plants” and “House of Games,” both from 2009, and the provocative etching and aquatint edition Seven Houses and Six Flats, 2006. In a special collaboration, the renowned author James Salter will author the accompanying illustrated publication.

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BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 2011 Mainstage Production of “Tru” with Darrell Hammond, June 1st through June 22nd, $65 TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8 pm SUNDAY 7 pm WEDNESDAY MATINEES June 8, 15 and 22 at 2 pm SATURDAY MATINEES June 11 and 18 at 4 pm Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce the first show for the 2011, 20th Mainstage Season. Darrell Hammond will play Truman Capote in the revival of TRU, by Jay Presson Allen. This look into a part of Truman Capote's life, was first produced on Broadway, earning Robert Morse a Tony for Best Actor in 1990. "Capote had a truly unique American voice in his work," says Artistic Director Sybil Christopher. "And he was not only one of the country's celebrated writers but he was also a resident of the East End." Darrell Hammond, a Bay Street Theatre Artistic Associate, is widely know for his long standing role as a cast member on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, having spent 14 years as a cast member impersonating over 107 luminaries such as Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump and Sean Connery. He appeared in Bay Street's ROMANCE and BEYOND THERAPY, and performed stand up at Bay Street's Comedy Club. Playwright Jay Presson Allen, is no stranger to the screen and stage. Her credits include THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE (stage & screenplay), Hitchcock's MARNIE (screenplay), FUNNY LADY (screenplay), and CABARET (screenplay). TRU takes place shortly after a portion of his book "Answered Prayers" was published in Esquire Magazine. This prompted many of his friends to turn against him. "TRU is written with compassion and humor," says Artistic Director Murphy Davis. "We see Truman confronting his demons, successes, failures and his reflecting on his extraordinary life." Call the Box Office for details!

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Colin Quinn’s Long Story Short, June 8th through June 26th, Tuesday-Friday & Sundays at 8pm and Saturdays at 7pm and 10pm, $30-$75 In LONG STORY SHORT, Colin Quinn (directed by his friend, and local, Jerry Seinfeld) focuses his “articulate brand of comedy” on the demise of empires, including our own. More than standup comedy, LONG STORY SHORT is a hilarious blend of incisive observation, sharp commentary, and Colin’s channeling of the personalities of the past. From Socrates to Snooki, Quinn is at his satirical best, taking on the attitudes, appetites and bad habits that toppled the world’s most powerful nations. Long Story Short proves that throughout human history, the joke has always been on us.

This Week Tuesday, June 7th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Brother Josephus & The Love Revival Orchestra, 8:00pm, $10 Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestrais a 12-piece explosion of righteousness blending New Orleansparty music, Soul in the style of Ray Charles and Al Green, a good helping of Jam-bandy Roots Rock and a splash of upbeat (non-religious) Gospel into a feel-good gumbo of love. Whenever the band takes the stage, it's Fat Tuesday of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. But BroJo is more than just a band - it's a complete spectacle - a feast for the eyes as well as the ears. Dressed in their finest whites (accented with purple, gold and green), they throw out beads, dance with parasols throughout the crowd, and every show starts with a New Orleans-style parade through the audience. In its short history, the band has already shared the stage with New Orleans stalwarts such as Trombone Shorty, Rebirth Brass Band, the Radiators, Bonerama, the New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars, andEric Lindell. BroJo is a musical and visual spectacle of such ferocity that it leaves all in attendance shouting "Amen!" and dancing in the aisles. It's like a big ol' shot of love and adrenaline. It feels that good. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Each BroJo tune has been meticulously arranged for the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra: the three-piece horn section (the Shepherds of the Wind), the gospel choir (the Voices of Reason), and the most righteous rhythm section (the Guardians of the Groove) lay it down for Brother Joscephus to sing about the pain, joy and wisdom that is in his heart. When the band starts vibing with the audience you can't help but have a good time - it's undeniable!! Brother Joscephus' message is one of righteousness: spread as much love as possible around, regardless of your individual beliefs, race, age, sex, sexual orientation or whatever it is you're into. Long as you're not hurting anyone, BroJo has much love for you and encourages you to fill the space with whatever love you got. That's what the Love Revival Revolution is all about. Thursday, June 9th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Remember September, 9pm, $10 Remember September is a Connecticut-based Indie Rock band with an ever-growing reputation throughout the Northeast. Performing with a Who’s Who of renowned artists that includes Train, Chicago and .38 Special as well as headlining at many legendary clubs and festivals, Remember September prides itself on appealing to a wide variety of musical tastes and ages. Serendipity Magazine says, “The band’s acoustic rock sound blends country, rock, jazz and blues, and has been compared to The Allman Brothers and The Dave Matthews Band….”

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Friday Friday, day, June 10th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Candlelight Friday, 5pm-8pm Great wine, rich and flavorful cheeses, and smooth jazz music. What more could you ask for? MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 ‘tauk Fest 2011, 7pm-10pm, $20 Do You Love Montauk? Kick off the Summer at the Party of the Season with Great Live Bands, Friends, & Food To Benefit CCOM & Surfrider Foundation, Two groups working to Keep Montauk the Way You Love it! Rubix Kube, 10pm, $30 FLASHBACK: THE EIGHTIES---a totally awesome time when people were "Workin' For the Weekend" and parachute pant-clad dudes donned their "Sunglasses At Night." It was a wicked cool time when valley girls wore miniskirts and legwarmers while they "Walked Like An Egyptian." The EIGHTIES . . . when "Video Killed the Radio Star!" FLASHFORWARD: 2008---Six experienced and professional musicians, tired of hearing inferior cover bands murder the music from one of their favorite decades, put together an '80s band, dubbed appropriately enough: RUBIX KUBE. Immediately from their very first gig in 2007, RUBIX KUBE has been wowing audiences all over New York City and the surrounding boroughs, as well as upstate New York and all over New England. With a strong and energetic male AND female lead singer, along with four polished musicians, RUBIX KUBE is able to crank out upbeat pop and rock hit songs from the '80s--and perform them EXACTLY LIKE THE ORIGINALS, both musically and vocally, with so much charisma and electricity, the crowd will bust more moves than a Rubik's Cube itself! Like---TOTALLY! RUBIX KUBE looks, feels and sounds all ‘80s. With an ever-growing song list, this authentic cover band tirelessly serves up the “eightiest of the ‘80s” as they transport you back in time. RUBIX KUBE IS your '80s party.

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Saturday, aturday, June 11th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Easy Star All Stars, 8pm, $50 The Easy Star All-Stars are back on tour to celebrate to release of First Light(April 2011)—the band’s first full-length original album—marking another new step in this trendsetting band’s storied career. The All-Stars have established themselves as one of the top international reggae acts since their live debut in 2003. Thanks to their best-selling tribute album releases,Dub Side of the Moon (2003), Radiodread (2006), Easy Star’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band (2009), and Dubber Side of the Moon (2010), as well as Until That Day (2008), an original EP, the Easy Star All-Stars have built a growing, dedicated fan base throughout the world, bringing together fans of reggae, classic rock, dub and indie rock into one big family. Originally formed in 1997 for Easy Star Records’ earliest recordings, the Easy Star All-Stars existed mostly as a studio entity until releasing Dub Side of the Moon in 2003. The group, which operates as a collective with a rotating cast of musicians and singers, was put together by Easy Star Records co-founders Michael Goldwasser, Eric Smith and Lem Oppenheimer and Remy Gerstein. Since 2009, the All-Stars have played over 250 shows in over 30 different countries on 6 different continents, truly establishing themselves as one of the top reggae touring acts in the world. The members of the Easy Star All-Stars, past and present, read like a who’s who of the reggae, ska, dub and jazz scene. The core of the touring band has remained largely intact since 2008 (with some members playing since the formation of the band in 2003): Ras I Ray (bass, vocals), Ivan “Ive-09” Katz (drums), Kirsty Rock (vocals), Joanne Williams (vocals), Jennifer Hill (saxophone, flute), Buford O’Sullivan (trombone), Menny More (vocals), Elenna Canlas (keyboards, vocals), Shelton Garner Jr. (guitar, vocals), Cliff Simpson (drums), and Matt Bauder (saxophone) with either Justin Filmer or Marcos Ferrari handling dub engineering and sound. Other members of the collective—including vocalists Tamar-kali 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” and Stephanie McKay, Groove Collective’s Jay Rodriguez, Antibalas’s Stuart Bogie, reggae legend Ranking Joe, trumpet player Pam Fleming (of the Burning Brass), deejay Dollarman, guitarist Junior Jazz, and keyboardists Ticklah and Jeremy Mage—all continue to make appearances or toured extensively with the group at one time. Producer/arranger/guitarist Michael Goldwasser still joins for occasional gigs, but spends most of his time in the studio working on the band’s musical output. Little Head Thinks, 10pm, $15 Little Head Thinks--cool and down to Earth. the group is located in a perfect place--the Hamptons--for their laid back rap/rock party that they throw while on stage.Putting their fingerprints all over an eclectic mix of covers from the 70's, 80's and 90's while intertwining some of their own catchy originals, LHT keeps the party moving, the drinks flowing and the dancefloor packed. Sunday, June 12th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Art Reception, 5pm, Free With Admission Meet the artists of the AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL exhibit and curator Arlene Bujese at an informal reception. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 The Black Petals, 8:00pm, $10 It is a new era. Musicians with vision and depth have come together with a mysterious chemistry to reinvent popular music. Ladies and gentleman: Please welcome The Black Petals. With roots in blues, jazz andpsychedelic rock, these five artists are entertaining audiences with their all original show. With fan favorites likeRunaway Train and Mrs. Koel, they are blazing a new trail. Check out the new album available on I Tunes and Amazon. And get ready for even more great songs when they release their second album in November. Catch them live, as often as you can, and be part of the magic. GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Poetry Pairs: Carol Muske-Dukes and Tom Healy, 3pm, $5 Poetry Pairs features a nationally-acclaimed poet paired with a local poet of distinction, celebrating their latest books. Meet the authors, have your books signed, and enjoy refreshments in the Boots Lamb Education Center or garden! Fran Castan, producer of Poetry Pairs, will introduce the poets.

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 16th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:15pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:30pm Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, PG-13, 141 min. Standard: 12:00pm|3:00pm|6:15pm|9:15pm X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 140 min. 12:15pm|3:45pm|7:15pm|10:15pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 12:30pm|3:30pm|7:00pm|10:00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:00pm|3:15pm|6:00pm|9:00pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:45pm|4:00pm|6:45pm|9:30pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Bride Flight, R, 5:30pm|8:00 UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:10pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:15pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|10:00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:45pm|4:45pm|7:40pm|9:50pm

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Monday June 13 - Monday June 20 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Dorothea Rockburne: In My Mind’s Eye, June 19th through August 14th Born and raised in Montreal, Rockburne first studied at the city’s École des Beaux-Arts with Paris-trained painters PaulÉmile Borduas and Jean-Paul Riopelle. Beginning in 1950, she attended the legendary Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina, where classes with Merce Cunningham, John Cage, and, perhaps most significantly, the mathematician Max Dehn, had a seminal influence on her work. With fellow students Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, and John Chamberlain, she thrived in the unique cross-disciplinary curriculum at Black Mountain and brought this sense of exchange and collaboration when she moved to New York, working in dance and performance in renowned early pieces with Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, and Carolee Schneemann, among many others. Rockburne’s work, with the use of materials such as cardboard, sheet metal, and crude oil, began to gain wide attention in New York in the 1960s; in 1971 she had her first solo exhibition at the famed Bykert Gallery. From this early minimalist vocabulary, Rockburne has expanded the discourse to include investigations of, among other themes, the Golden Section, the solar system, and the writings of Pascal—all seamlessly joined in an ongoing synthesis of rigorous intellect and ardent pursuit. This first career retrospective will be accompanied by a 160-page catalogue with 52 full-color illustrations, published by the Museum and distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Essayists include the curator, Alicia Longwell, who will provide an overview of the artist’s profound engagement with the history of art. Three additional contributors will investigate salient aspects of Rockburne’s career: Stéphane Aquin, Curator of Contemporary Art, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, will write about Rockburne’s early years in Montreal and the cultural and artistic climate that shaped her future development as an artist; art historian David Anfam will examine Rockburne’s work within the context of art world movements and strategies of the 1960s, 70s and 80s; and Robert Lawlor, author of Scared Geometry: Philosophy & Practice, will probe the artist’s lifelong engagement with ancient knowledge. The catalogue will also include a selected chronology of life and work with artist’s statements.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 2011 Mainstage Production of “Tru” with Darrell Hammond, June 1st through June 22nd, $65 TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8 pm SUNDAY 7 pm WEDNESDAY MATINEES June 8, 15 and 22 at 2 pm SATURDAY MATINEES June 11 and 18 at 4 pm Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce the first show for the 2011, 20th Mainstage Season. Darrell Hammond will play Truman Capote in the revival of TRU, by Jay Presson Allen. This look into a part of Truman Capote's life, was first produced on Broadway, earning Robert Morse a Tony for Best Actor in 1990. "Capote had a truly unique American voice in his work," says Artistic Director Sybil Christopher. "And he was not only one of the country's celebrated writers but he was also a resident of the East End." Darrell Hammond, a Bay Street Theatre Artistic Associate, is widely know for his long standing role as a cast member on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, having spent 14 years as a cast member impersonating over 107 luminaries such as Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump and Sean Connery. He appeared in Bay Street's ROMANCE and BEYOND THERAPY, and performed stand up at Bay Street's Comedy Club. Playwright Jay Presson Allen, is no stranger to the screen and stage. Her credits include THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE (stage & screenplay), Hitchcock's MARNIE (screenplay), FUNNY LADY (screenplay), and CABARET (screenplay). TRU takes place shortly after a portion of his book "Answered Prayers" was published in Esquire Magazine. This prompted many of his friends to turn against him. "TRU is written with compassion and humor," says Artistic Director Murphy Davis. "We see Truman confronting his demons, successes, failures and his reflecting on his extraordinary life." Call the Box Office for details!

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ROMANY KRAMORIS GALLERY, 41 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11964 631.725.2499 Finding Art III, The Art of Jorge Silveira, June 9th through June 30th Silveira likes old objects, especially old wooden objects which he's inspired to mix with acrylic paint and pieces of found rusty metal into monsters and faces. He's also been using other found materials like burlap. "I really like expressing my creativity by finding discarded objects from the forest and the ocean, and turning them into raw and abstract characters or scenes," says Silveira. Coming from Uruguay, a small country in South America, where everything gets repaired and reused such as old cars from the 1940's and refrigerators that get fixed 20 times before they're replaced, it surprises him how much material he can pick up on the beach and in nature that has been thrown away by people. It makes him feel good that he can pick up these objects and give them another life. "This long winter forced me to stay in New York more than usual, and as I was looking for inspiration, some discarded objects I hadn't noticed before started appearing before me all around the city, sparkling objects no one else was paying attention to." "The new material that I've used in many of this year's pieces: flattened empty soda cans that litter the streets, run over by traffic. Just as I was inspired in past years by objects thrown overboard or left to rust and recycled them into works of art, I did the same with these urban throwaways. With these I created a whole new line of work, some of it based on the fashion industry that is such an important part of New York, and in other pieces using this man-made glittery material to make images of animals and nature." "Of course I'm still working a lot with the wooden and metal found objects the ocean tosses ashore during the winter, flotsam and jetsam that I find as I walk along the beaches of the South Fork on Long Island, so this year my pieces are inspired by a mix of the city and the beach, which is the lifestyle of my family and so many other New Yorkers."

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Colin Quinn’s Long Story Short, June 8th through June 26th, Tuesday-Friday & Sundays at 8pm and Saturdays at 7pm and 10pm, $30-$75 In LONG STORY SHORT, Colin Quinn (directed by his friend, and local, Jerry Seinfeld) focuses his “articulate brand of comedy” on the demise of empires, including our own. More than standup comedy, LONG STORY SHORT is a hilarious blend of incisive observation, sharp commentary, and Colin’s channeling of the personalities of the past. From Socrates to Snooki, Quinn is at his satirical best, taking on the attitudes, appetites and bad habits that toppled the world’s most powerful nations. Long Story Short proves that throughout human history, the joke has always been on us.

SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 America The Beautiful Art Exhibit, June 7th through June 30th, 12pm-4pm Daily The focus of the exhibition is the various aspects one might find in the theme. Eleven artists draw on their impressions through memory, observation, inspiration, and experience. Each presents a perspective – objective/subjective – of a moment or place of beauty. Priscilla Bowden draws on the East End landscape with small touches of human presence: a school bus; a flag; a children’s camp. J. Boucher-Sneddon finds inspiration in the ritual and customs of Native Americans, with emphasis on dance and dress in abstractions in vivid color. Deborah Black emphasizes indigenous trees, such as the cedar, and foliage, and places them in expressionist style, using various settings on the East End. Mary Daunt also uses the landscape as a point of departure, showing panoramic views of land and water painted in strokes similar to Pointilism. Alice Forman paints flowers which fill the picture plane, as though they are details of a much larger space. John Hardy celebrates the American city; in this instance, New York. Buildings surround small figures in one painting, while a billboard dominates the façade of a building seen from below. Stephanie Reit takes the symbolic American barn and through line and color, transforms it into simplified form which interacts with land and sky in almost symbiotic existence. Clare Romano fills the canvas with bursting fireworks against a darkened landscape. John Ross depicts the broad, flat land of the Southwestern mesa in rich red, orange and yellow paintings and collographs. Ty Stroudsburg will show paintings from her Vineyard series. The essential nature of vineyards on the North Fork of LI are painted in an impressionist style. Lewis Zacks looks to American cultural icons in signage, buildings, and motifs. His approach is photo-realism, with a focus on enlarged detail.

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This Week Monday, June 13th BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 The Stars of Rent! Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp In Concert, 8pm, $45 and Up Come see two of the talented stars of the critically acclaimed stage show up close and personal in concert! MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Orgone, 8:30pm, $10 Los Angeles based band Orgone is many souls with a cosmic connection, a natural creative force and musicians who have played together for years. They are self schooled and continue to shape their musical voice as a solid unit of guys who hang, spin records and jam out their shared inspirations. With a rooted sense of funk, soul, afrobeat, deep rhythms and an intimate understanding of dj culture as well as each others' individual talents, Orgone seamlessly slides through multiple styles and dynamic performances. The group continuously injects whatever they play with a heavy brand of raw funk power. At the core of the band is a rhythm section comprised of close friends who have played together for more than 10 years. Having grown artistically as a unit they function as one organic and intuitive whole. The orginal 5-member band started out by putting their own gritty takes on tunes by the likes of the JBs, the Meters, Booker T. and the MGs, Grant Green and Funkadelic among many others. They quickly gained underground respect and die hard fans. With their searing live sets and original instrumentals, Orgone soon released their debut self titled CD, "Orgone," in 2002. The result was a collection of all original down home, transcendental, tough and gritty funk instrumentals. The band fast grew to include a powerful three-piece horn section and a fiery soul singer who all shared the same spirit and deep reverence for the music that inspired them. Singer, Fanny Franklin, joined the groups’ recordings after they were floored seeing her perform with Dakah, the 30-piece hip hop orchestra, and asked her to record with them. Their first recording together, Orgone's cover of "Funky Nassau", became a ubiquitous DJ fave worldwide- first appearing on 7"(Nuff Rope) and then getting a 12" club re-edit by renowned dj Danny Krivit (Nuff Rope). It then appeared on Ubiquity's Rewind Volume 4 comp, which began the band's relationship with the prestigious label. Gaining worldwide recognition for their raw studio recordings and exciting live sets led to the release of "The Killion Floor" on Ubiquity records- a full length album of hard hitting afro-soul & funk from the 9 piece band. While enjoying comparisons to classic acts like Rufus, War & Mandrill, or modern funk staples like Sharon Jones or Breakestra, they’re quick to point out that Orgone is unique. "We draw from a wide musical and production palette ... it’s a reflection of the music and production aesthetics that we love." Orgone backs this up by taking the listener on a musical journey from the sound of Los Angeles to horn and percussion driven Lagos to a New York club and to the raw sounds of New Orleans. The title of the album "The Killion Floor" is derived from the Orgone apartment/studio facility where the majority of the album was recorded. Singer Franklin delivers monster performances on tracks like the Memphis-drenched "Who Knows Who," the laid-back and cosmic "Said and Done," and the apocalyptic sound of "Do Your Thing". The album also features guest appearances by singer Noelle Scaggs (from the Rebirth), trumpeter/arranger Todd Simon (Dapkings, Antibalas, CPK, Breakestra), and guitarist/producer Dan Ubick (CPK/ Lions).

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Tuesday, June 14th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 The Joe Ely Band, 8:00pm, $40 He sings of distance, about rivers and ranches, of smoldering passions and sad laments, of faraway longing and unrequited love." Everybody else romances the road. Joe Ely lives it. Call him what you want - a wandering minstrel, gypsy cowboy, visionary song poet, or houserocker on fire - whatever he is, Ely's covered a lot of ground in his time. He really has ridden the rails (in a circus train, no less), thumbed his way across the country, hopped boats to exotic foreign lands, and ridden horses across the prairie. All part of the relentless quest for revelation that only a journey can satisfy. Those sort of restless yearnings come naturally to a boy from Lubbock, Texas, where the flat dusty landscape, endless sky and vast horizons have inspired several generations of young creative types to fill up all that empty space with music, as Buddy Holly did, as did Waylon Jennings, and Roy Orbison all the way to the current Lubbock Mob consisting of Ely and his compadres Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, and Terry Allen. Like them, Joe Ely has proved to himself before he proved to a growing number of faithful that when it comes to the mystical process of writing, singing, and performing music, there's no pretending or holding back. Where he comes from, you put your emotions ofn the line each and every night. That upbringing led Joe Ely to roam the earth and preach the gospel of the Roadhouse, extolling the virtues of the nowhere-else-but-Texas pressure cooker enviornment where hard core country and the rawest kind of rock and roll collide on the dancefloor every Saturday night. The first milestone was a band called the Flatlanders, formed in Lubbock more than twenty years ago by Ely, Hancock and Gilmore. Their visionary melding of country, rock, and fold immediately pegged them as three singer- songwriters who were ahead of their time and way too experimental for Nashville. Next came the Joe Ely Band, Joe's own ensemble who once again mixed country and rock elements into something new and completely different, proving to anyone that heard them that an accordion or pedal steel guitar really could pack the same sonic punch as an electric guitar. In England, the Panhandle poets and his pickers were embraced by the Clash, the 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons� standard bearers of the nascent punk movement, who might not have shared the same cultural values as the West Texans, but who certainly knew integrity when they heard it. Since then, Ely has gained the respect of his friends and his peers, including such kindred spirits as Bruce Springsteen, who contributes vocals on his latest album, along with old friend Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and new friend Raul Malo of the Mavericks. Whatever qualities grabbed their attention, Joe Ely remains a Texas origional. In Austin, where he now lives and works, a body of work that spans thirteen albums and his willingness to put it all on the line each and every night have rightfully accorded him status akin to royalty. But no matter how virtuous those qualities and associations seem in retrospect, and no matter how illustrious his performing and recording career may be, all the accomplishments and accolades suddenly seem like mere preludes that have been building up to Letter to Laredo. On this collections of songs, Joe Ely simply sets out to demonstrate what all the fuss is about. Hello Brooklyn, 10pm, $10 HELLO BROOKLYN is a five-piece top 40 cover band from New York City that specializes in female pop, hip-hop, funk and dance music. The band performs throughout the East Coast in many notable college, club and shore venues as well as a number of casinos. Their upbeat setlist will keep you dancing and singing all night long!

Wednesday, June 15th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Johnny Pipes & The Tradesmen, 8pm, $10 Johnny pipes and the Tradesmen are a quartet based in East Hampton N.Y. They are know for putting there own twist on, Southern Rock, Rock n Roll, and Country, while also throwing some of there own original songs in the mix. Hard working tradesmen by day, rockers by night. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Jessie Libath, is the newest addition to the band and is really at home behind the drums. David Siedlarz, puts his own unique spin on the bass guitar, and some volcals. Brian Syfert, is onlead guitar and you never know when he will bust out a solo that really revs up the already high energy. Johnny Pipes is vocals, and rhythm guitar, in the rawest form and has been playing in the area solo for 12 years. Everyone has a good time when the tradesmen are in the house. Karaoke With Harry, 10pm, $5 From Big Band to Hip Hop, Harry’s got it all….. Thursday, June June 16th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Twilight Thursdays, 5pm-8pm An established Hamptons music and wine experience not to be missed from 5PM to 8PM, May – October in the Winery Tasting Room. Wines by the glass and cheese plates for purchase. EVERYONE should listen to the music and ease into the weekend. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Inda Eaton, 7pm, $10 Acoustic rock artist, Inda Eaton has received nationwide critical acclaim for her innovative songwriting – often compared to a fusion of John Mellencamp and Melissa Etheridge. Inda and her band have opened for names such as Hootie and the Blowfish, LeAnn Rimes, Smashmouth, Chicagoand John Hiatt. Performing original work and featuring guests from the neighborhood, she will debut music from her upcoming, sixth independent album. The Lone Sharks, 9pm, $10 The Lone Sharks' first public performance was in the summer of 1988 at Burke's Roadhouse, North Sea, Southampton, NY, with Gene Casey, singer and guitarist out of NY's latter-day punk/ new wave scene, college chum Phil Giuliano on guitar, Dave Driscoll (Phil's then brother-in-law) on drums, and rock vet (and ex-and-current Bongos member) Rob Norris on electric bass. Immediately afterwards Gene's brother Vincent Casey took on bass duties and lent his vocal prowess and casual genius to the proceedings. The Lone Sharks quickly gained a foothold in the late 80s Hamptons music scene, when bars and bands were plentiful and audiences loyal and robust. A major addition came in the form of Stan Mitchell (of New Zealand, member of the Drongos) taking over the drum chair in 1990. Stan's expertise and showmanship helped transform the band into a force to be reckoned with, culminating in 1995 with a residency at the legendary The Wild Rose Cafe. This roadside Bridgehampton night spot enjoyed several years of packed houses and great times and the Lone Sharks were at the center of it, maintaining a residency while appearing at other New York landmarks such as the Bottom Line, the Waldorf Astoria's ballroom, and aboard the USS Intrepid. By this time Mike Saccoliti on Fender bass, and Andy Burton, keyboardist, brought a new dimension to the Lone Sharks' sound. The band was able to conjure up swampy R&B and New Orleans vibes with the twangy wail of Gene's rockabilly-based guitar for hard-driving interpretations of vintage roots music. Stan Mitchell's departure for L.A. brought Chris Ripley to the fold, with a classic swing feel that characterized the band's next phase. As the millennium approached the Lone Sharks were the most popular band on the East End with two full-length CDs, "Fire. Theft & Casualty" and "Aqua Western" featuring original songs, 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” "Swing, Baby Swing," "I Ain't Dead Yet" and "Dirty All the Time" (see the video at this website or at Youtube.com). The next move was to bring in a full-time tenor saxophonist and Minnesota native Paul Scher was-and IS-the man. Joe Lauro, and later Tony Palumbo, brought the big upright bass sound to the band's increasingly swinging style. 2005's "A Lone Sharks Six-Pack" featured classic rockabilly and R&B in addition to Gene's "Sherri on the Ferry" (dedicated to their Shelter Island fans), and the lilting ballad "Who's Sharing the Moon," later performed as a duet by Gene and local great, Nancy Atlas in her recent live CD/DVD set. Two subsequent full-length CDs 2008's "What Happened" and 2009's "Rhythm & Twang" further the cause of all things Lone Sharks. In the course of maintaining their status as "Best of the Best" (Dan's Papers and Hamptons Magazine) the Lone Sharks have shared billing and/or backed-up NRBQ, Link Wray, Sleepy LaBeef, Wanda Jackson, Bill Kirchen, the Who's John Entwistle, Caroline Doctorow, The Highway QC's and on one unforgettable night, Tiny Tim. Gene and the band are proud to part of a thriving live music scene with other bands such as Roy Wilson’s Buzzards, The Blaggards, Matty Liot's Big Up, Moondogs, Rhythm Bound, The Found Cats, The Hornets and upstate's Mark Gamsjager & the Lustre Kings. Friday Friday, day, June 17th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Sunset Fridays, 5pm-8pm One of the most beautiful sunset scenes in the Hamptons. Enjoy the wine, the food, and the live music!

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Leon Russell, 8pm, $65 The ultimate rock & roll session man, Leon Russell's long and storied career includes collaborations with a virtual who's who of music icons spanning from Jerry Lee Lewis to Phil Spector to the Rolling Stones. A similar eclecticism and scope also surfaced in his solo work, which couched his charmingly gravelly voice in a rustic yet rich swamp pop fusion of country, blues and gospel. Born Claude Russell Bridges on April 2, 1942, in Lawton, OK, he began studying classical piano at age three, a decade later adopting the trumpet and forming his first band. At 14, Russell lied about his age to land a gig at a Tulsa nightclub, playing behind Ronnie Hawkins & the Hawks before touring in support of Jerry Lee Lewis. Two years later, he settled in Los Angeles, studying guitar under the legendary James Burton and appearing on sessions with Dorsey Burnette and Glen Campbell. As a member of Spector's renowned studio group, Russell played on many of the finest pop singles of the 1960s, also arranging classics like Ike & Tina Turner's monumental "River Deep, Mountain High"; other hits bearing his input include the Byrds' "Mr. Tambourine Man," Gary Lewis & the Playboys' "This Diamond Ring," and Herb Alpert's "A Taste of Honey.” In 1967, Russell built his own recording studio, teaming with guitarist Marc Benno to record the acclaimed Look Inside the Asylum Choir LP. While touring with Delaney & Bonnie, he scored his first songwriting hit with Joe Cocker's reading of "Delta Lady," and in 1970, upon founding his own Shelter Records imprint, he also organized Cocker's legendary Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour. After the subsequent tour film earned Russell his first real mainstream notoriety, he issued a self-titled solo LP, and in 1971 appeared at George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh following sessions for B.B. King, Eric Clapton, and Bob Dylan. After touring with the Rolling Stones, Russell increasingly focused on his solo career, reaching the number two spot with 1972's Carny and scoring his first pop hit with the single "Tight Rope." While the success of 1973's three-LP set Leon Live further established his reputation as a top concert draw, response to the country inspired studio effort Hank Wilson's Back was considerably more lukewarm, as was the reception afforded to 1974's Stop All That Jazz. 1975's Will O' the Wisp, however, restored his commercial luster, thanks in large part to the lovely single "Lady Blue." In June of 1975, Russell married singer Mary McCreary; the following year the couple collaborated on The Wedding Album, issued through his newly formed Paradise Records label. Also in 1976, the Russell-penned "This Masquerade" earned a Grammy Award for singer George Benson. He and McCreary reunited for 1977's Make Love to the Music, and upon completing the solo Americana, Russell teamed with Willie Nelson for 1979's Willie & Leon. He then spent the next two years touring with his bluegrass band, the New Grass Revival, issuing a live LP in 1981; although Paradise shut down later that year, the label was reactivated for 1984's Hank Wilson, Vol. II and Solid State. Russell spent the remainder of the decade largely outside of music and did not resurface until issuing the Bruce Hornsby produced Anything Can Happen in 1992. The album appeared to little fanfare, however, and another long period of relative inactivity followed prior to the 1998 release of Hank Wilson, Vol. 3: Legend in My Time. Face in the Crowd appeared a year later. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide Booga Sugar, 10pm, $30 Building an explosively fresh sound since early 2000, Booga Sugar has become the perfect embodiment of impossibly polished dance grooves. They have created a visionary sound that evokes NY 80’s revival veering towards pop bliss. Their high-energy performance delivers no shortage of charmingly fun and prolifically crafted hits. Booga Sugar rocks the Hamptons all summer long, as well as selling out venues in downtown Manhattan year round. Quickly becoming the quintessential party band, Booga Sugar is the ultimate addition to any event. The club-ready sound that is Booga Sugar will leave you hungry for more. This is dance music so perfect it can't help but move you. Their debut CD "Dance Floor Whore" was released on April 26, 2005 on Groceryboy Records.

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Saturday, aturday, June 18th ARF in conjunction with THE HORTICULTURAL ALLIANCE OF THE HAMPTONS, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.0400 25th Anniversary Garden Tour To Benefit The Animal Rescue Fund Of The Hamptons, 10am-4pm, $75 For Tours Or $175 To Attend The Tour And Reception Gardens Featured Jody & Larry Carlson < Karen & Herb Friedman Diane & Craig Solomon < Domna Stanton Susan & Stanley Reifer < Cynthia & Edwin Hamowy Cocktail Reception 4pm-6pm at the East Hampton garden of Joanne & Henry Breyer DOMAINE FRANEY WINES & SPIRITS, 459 Pantigo Road, East Hampton 11937 631.324.0906 A Taste of Long Island Featuring Paumanok Vineyards, 4pm-7pm Paumanok is one of Long Island's premier wineries and has been handcrafting high quality Long Island wine from the North Fork for quite some time. They're one of a handful who have been around this area since the beginning. We are big fans of their wines and are happy to showcase them this coming Saturday. These are delicious wines worthy of ones attention. The wine-maker will be present to answer any questions.

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Second Shift, 8pm, $10 Classic Rock Covers DUCKWALK VINEYARDS, South Location, 231 Montauk Highway (Rt. 27), Watermill, NY 11976 631.765.3500 Live Music On The Patio, 1pm-5pm Who wouldn’t want to relax on the comfortable patio of one of the most beautiful vineyards on the South Fork? And with live music as well, this is not a time to be missed!

Sunday, June 19th NAVY BEACH, 16 Navy Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.6868 Dancing in the Sand with Joe Delia & Thieves, 3pm-6pm Take Dad out for a burger and rock and roll surf blues! Joe Delia & Thieves will be playing the sunset in the sand at famous Navy Beach! A great way to celebrate Dad and have a good time yourself. Make everyone’s Father’s Day afternoon with beach cocktails and the best music on the shores of Montauk. It is summer. Enjoy a piece of it. We’ll be glad to see you there! 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

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SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Art Reception, 5pm, Free With Admission Meet the artists of the AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL exhibit and curator Arlene Bujese at an informal reception. SOLE’ EAST 90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.2105 The Hamptons International Film Festival Classic Films Series Presents: American Graffiti, 7pm, Free (Food and Drinks Available for Purchase) It is 1962 in a small California town, and a group of teenagers are celebrating their final evening of summer before leaving for their first year at college. One memorable night full of music, laughs and antics captures both the spirit of the times and the universal coming of age moments that define their teenage years. George Lucas’ most memorable film outside of the Star Wars franchise, American Graffiti is an extraordinary American classic. Rated PG. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Winston Irie, 10pm, $30 Winston (Irie) Sumner had a childhood filled with the love music from his mother Stella Crowther Sumner and grand aunt Jany Morgan who inspired him. Winston sung at a variety of talent shows and other programs in his hometown blessed with those inspirations. He was inspired by R&B, Rock and artists such as Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Gladys Knight, Jim Reeves, Bob Andy, Dobby Dobson, Daddy U Roy, Jimmy Cliff, Toots & the Maytals and the great Bob Marley. In 1979 Winston migrated to North America and settled with his family in Brooklyn, New York. After observing different artists and DJ styles, Winston formulated his unique style of singing. He appears at live stage shows, free styling and showing his national ability to deliver various song styles and vocal ranges, allowing him to gain a huge fan base wherever he performs. Winston's first recording was in 1983. "Tribute to Ironman", a record produced by Albert Punch a/k/a Punchie on the Omniscope label, "Slave Driver & Sometime Feelings" were later released on 12 inch vinyl for the Phantom label, followed up by another single "Jah Vibes" in the mid-nineties for Quality Time Records. This single drew attention of DJs and club promoters. These releases received good airplay on many AM & FM radio stations. As a singer on the reggae scene, Winston has performed at numerous benefit functions for a variety of different causes. Events such as AIDS/HIV, Children, Cancer, and Educational Research. He often has to juggle his time to perform with his own band Selective Security, The Hot Heads, High Fashion Rockers, Thunder Bolt HiFi, Natural Sound and his buddy Saxemillion,. There are many others, but they are too numerous to mention. The urban group The Hot Heads got wind of Winston Irie's unique vocal style and asked him to join the group as Co-Lead vocalist with Michael Reiss; after finishing the first CD Urban Dwelling, the label Flip Records signed the Hot Heads in 1995. Together they completed 3 CDs, Urban Dwelling, World Wide Vibe and the 1997 release "Land Mines". The track "Slide" from the Urban Dwelling CD was featured on the HBO series The Sopranos. This talented man serves the heartbeat of the drum and bass flavored with the musical essence of sound and words, which is the front line of music called reggae. Winston has shared the bill and jammed with other great artists such as Lenny Kravitz, Martha Reeves, Richie Havens, A Tribe Called Quest, Paul Schaeffer and R&B greats The Drifters. In the reggae world he has opened for Jimmy Cliff, Joseph Hill (Culture), King Yellowman, Third World, Steel Pulse, Toots & the Maytals. Winston Irie is phenomenal in his own right. Look ahead for he is on his way! The long awaited CD Orthodoxy is now available; stay tuned for upcoming songs "Children of Darfur" and "No Time to Lose".

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 23rd UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|10:00pm The Art of Getting By, Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, PG-13, 84 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:15pm X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 140 min. 12:00pm|3:30pm|6:45pm|9:45pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 12:15pm|3:00pm|6:15pm|9:15pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 12:30pm|3:15pm|6:00pm|9:00pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:45pm|3:45pm|6:30pm|9:30pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Bride Flight, R, 8:00 Everything Must Go, R, 6:15pm The Double Hour, NR, 4:30 UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Green Lantern 3D, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, PG-13, 105 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:20pm Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|9:50pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:45pm|4:45pm|7:40pm|10:15pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|10:00pm

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Monday June 20 - Monday June 27 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Dorothea Rockburne: In My Mind’s Eye, June 19th through August 14th Born and raised in Montreal, Rockburne first studied at the city’s École des Beaux-Arts with Paris-trained painters PaulÉmile Borduas and Jean-Paul Riopelle. Beginning in 1950, she attended the legendary Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina, where classes with Merce Cunningham, John Cage, and, perhaps most significantly, the mathematician Max Dehn, had a seminal influence on her work. With fellow students Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, and John Chamberlain, she thrived in the unique cross-disciplinary curriculum at Black Mountain and brought this sense of exchange and collaboration when she moved to New York, working in dance and performance in renowned early pieces with Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, and Carolee Schneemann, among many others. Rockburne’s work, with the use of materials such as cardboard, sheet metal, and crude oil, began to gain wide attention in New York in the 1960s; in 1971 she had her first solo exhibition at the famed Bykert Gallery. From this early minimalist vocabulary, Rockburne has expanded the discourse to include investigations of, among other themes, the Golden Section, the solar system, and the writings of Pascal—all seamlessly joined in an ongoing synthesis of rigorous intellect and ardent pursuit. This first career retrospective will be accompanied by a 160-page catalogue with 52 full-color illustrations, published by the Museum and distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Essayists include the curator, Alicia Longwell, who will provide an overview of the artist’s profound engagement with the history of art. Three additional contributors will investigate salient aspects of Rockburne’s career: Stéphane Aquin, Curator of Contemporary Art, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, will write about Rockburne’s early years in Montreal and the cultural and artistic climate that shaped her future development as an artist; art historian David Anfam will examine Rockburne’s work within the context of art world movements and strategies of the 1960s, 70s and 80s; and Robert Lawlor, author of Scared Geometry: Philosophy & Practice, will probe the artist’s lifelong engagement with ancient knowledge. The catalogue will also include a selected chronology of life and work with artist’s statements.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 2011 Mainstage Production of “Tru” with Darrell Hammond, June 1st through June 22nd, $65 TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8 pm SUNDAY 7 pm WEDNESDAY MATINEES June 8, 15 and 22 at 2 pm SATURDAY MATINEES June 11 and 18 at 4 pm Bay Street Theatre is pleased to announce the first show for the 2011, 20th Mainstage Season. Darrell Hammond will play Truman Capote in the revival of TRU, by Jay Presson Allen. This look into a part of Truman Capote's life, was first produced on Broadway, earning Robert Morse a Tony for Best Actor in 1990. "Capote had a truly unique American voice in his work," says Artistic Director Sybil Christopher. "And he was not only one of the country's celebrated writers but he was also a resident of the East End." Darrell Hammond, a Bay Street Theatre Artistic Associate, is widely know for his long standing role as a cast member on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, having spent 14 years as a cast member impersonating over 107 luminaries such as Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump and Sean Connery. He appeared in Bay Street's ROMANCE and BEYOND THERAPY, and performed stand up at Bay Street's Comedy Club. Playwright Jay Presson Allen, is no stranger to the screen and stage. Her credits include THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE (stage & screenplay), Hitchcock's MARNIE (screenplay), FUNNY LADY (screenplay), and CABARET (screenplay). TRU takes place shortly after a portion of his book "Answered Prayers" was published in Esquire Magazine. This prompted many of his friends to turn against him. "TRU is written with compassion and humor," says Artistic Director Murphy Davis. "We see Truman confronting his demons, successes, failures and his reflecting on his extraordinary life." Call the Box Office for details!

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ROMANY KRAMORIS GALLERY, 41 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11964 631.725.2499 Finding Art III, The Art of Jorge Silveira, June 9th through June 30th Silveira likes old objects, especially old wooden objects which he's inspired to mix with acrylic paint and pieces of found rusty metal into monsters and faces. He's also been using other found materials like burlap. "I really like expressing my creativity by finding discarded objects from the forest and the ocean, and turning them into raw and abstract characters or scenes," says Silveira. Coming from Uruguay, a small country in South America, where everything gets repaired and reused such as old cars from the 1940's and refrigerators that get fixed 20 times before they're replaced, it surprises him how much material he can pick up on the beach and in nature that has been thrown away by people. It makes him feel good that he can pick up these objects and give them another life. "This long winter forced me to stay in New York more than usual, and as I was looking for inspiration, some discarded objects I hadn't noticed before started appearing before me all around the city, sparkling objects no one else was paying attention to." "The new material that I've used in many of this year's pieces: flattened empty soda cans that litter the streets, run over by traffic. Just as I was inspired in past years by objects thrown overboard or left to rust and recycled them into works of art, I did the same with these urban throwaways. With these I created a whole new line of work, some of it based on the fashion industry that is such an important part of New York, and in other pieces using this man-made glittery material to make images of animals and nature." "Of course I'm still working a lot with the wooden and metal found objects the ocean tosses ashore during the winter, flotsam and jetsam that I find as I walk along the beaches of the South Fork on Long Island, so this year my pieces are inspired by a mix of the city and the beach, which is the lifestyle of my family and so many other New Yorkers." 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

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GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Colin Quinn’s Long Story Short, June 8th through June 26th, Tuesday-Friday & Sundays at 8pm and Saturdays at 7pm and 10pm, $30-$75 In LONG STORY SHORT, Colin Quinn (directed by his friend, and local, Jerry Seinfeld) focuses his “articulate brand of comedy” on the demise of empires, including our own. More than standup comedy, LONG STORY SHORT is a hilarious blend of incisive observation, sharp commentary, and Colin’s channeling of the personalities of the past. From Socrates to Snooki, Quinn is at his satirical best, taking on the attitudes, appetites and bad habits that toppled the world’s most powerful nations. Long Story Short proves that throughout human history, the joke has always been on us. Cliffor Ross On Exhibit, June 25th through June 31st Clifford Ross is an American visual artist who has worked in multiple mediums, including sculpture, painting, photography and video. His work is in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Ross earned a B.A. in Art and Art History from Yale University in 1974 with a residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 1973. The exhibition is a survey of large-scale photographs from the Mountain and Hurricane series created by the internationally recognized photographer. The images of Colorado's Mount Sopris that he has created hearken back to the grand paintings by Frederick Church and Thomas Moran that reveal amazing details which you do not realize are there upon first viewing – an accomplishment that also realizes the ambitions of 19th century landscape photographers like Carleton Watkins. These works have a mesmerizing and majestic quality, and the sequence, taken over the course of a day and a half, reminds us of the serial exploration of light and atmosphere by artists like Monet, in his well known series of Haystacks and the Rouen Cathedral. Of his experience on the East End, Ross writes in an article "I [had] been photographing waves for five or six years along the stretch of beach in Long Island, from Wainscott to Amagansett. In 1998, in a little under two hours, I photographed the waves generated by the proximity of Hurricane Bonnie to Georgica Beach in East Hampton. In water up to my waist, I managed to take 250 photographs of the unending metamorphosis in front of me. The sky went from white to black, and finally to a strange blue. The waves varied from about two to twelve feet in height, and the surf's aspect shifted back and forth from foam to liquid granite. It was a spectacular display, and I was an ecstatic, but soggy, photographic witness." ("Wave Music," BOMB Magazine, Fall 2003) "It is testimony to the power of photography that one can contemplate one of Clifford Ross's Hurricane images and see a thundering wave stopped cold, spray and spume arrested in mid-flight, its fluid power trumped without so much as a molecule deflected from its path... They exploit photography's capacity to immobilize what we know is unarrestibly mobile in reality. That is what gives them their baroque drama. The waves have that immobilized mobility of the whipped and fluttering garments Bernini carved for his angels..." – Arthur C. Danto, ("Hegel in the Hamptons," Wave Music, BlindSpot/Aperture, 2005) Bryan Hunt On Exhibit, June 25th through 31st Bryan Hunt is an American modernist sculptor whose work extends to various series and themes: Monuments/Wonders, Lakes/Quarries, Waterfalls, Airships, Vertical Airships, Torsos/Cairns and Water Works. The Guild Hall exhibition focuses on the theme of “Water.” As many of the works are water-inspired, they can range anywhere from Amphoras, Lakes/Quarries Natural Wonders – Waterfalls, as well as the Waterworks. Both large and small scale works will be included as well as accompanying drawings. Mr. Hunt works out of his New York and East Hampton studios.

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SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 America The Beautiful Art Exhibit, June 7th through June 30th, 12pm-4pm Daily The focus of the exhibition is the various aspects one might find in the theme. Eleven artists draw on their impressions through memory, observation, inspiration, and experience. Each presents a perspective – objective/subjective – of a moment or place of beauty. Priscilla Bowden draws on the East End landscape with small touches of human presence: a school bus; a flag; a children’s camp. J. Boucher-Sneddon finds inspiration in the ritual and customs of Native Americans, with emphasis on dance and dress in abstractions in vivid color. Deborah Black emphasizes indigenous trees, such as the cedar, and foliage, and places them in expressionist style, using various settings on the East End. Mary Daunt also uses the landscape as a point of departure, showing panoramic views of land and water painted in strokes similar to Pointilism. Alice Forman paints flowers which fill the picture plane, as though they are details of a much larger space. John Hardy celebrates the American city; in this instance, New York. Buildings surround small figures in one painting, while a billboard dominates the façade of a building seen from below. Stephanie Reit takes the symbolic American barn and through line and color, transforms it into simplified form which interacts with land and sky in almost symbiotic existence. Clare Romano fills the canvas with bursting fireworks against a darkened landscape. John Ross depicts the broad, flat land of the Southwestern mesa in rich red, orange and yellow paintings and collographs. Ty Stroudsburg will show paintings from her Vineyard series. The essential nature of vineyards on the North Fork of LI are painted in an impressionist style. Lewis Zacks looks to American cultural icons in signage, buildings, and motifs. His approach is photo-realism, with a focus on enlarged detail.

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This Week Monday, June 20th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Pianofest, 4:30pm, Free with Admission Pianofest of the Hamptons returns with Paul Schenly and a fresh crop of pianists! BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 Rejoice and Shout!, 7:30pm, $15 and Up see the East End Premiere of the documentary REJOICE AND SHOUT. The film is a Magnolia Pictures release of a Deep Rivers production; produced by Sag Harbor's Joe Lauro, who also produced "The Legends" series shown at Bay Street Theatre. Executive producers Mark Cuban, Todd Wagner; directed by Don McGlynn. With Smokey Robinson, Andrae Crouch, Mavis Staples, Ira Tucker, Marie Knight, Willa Ward, Ira Tucker Jr., Anthony Heilbut, Bill Carpenter, Jacquie Gayles Webb, the Selvey Family and Darrel Petties. Drawing on the voluminous materials collected by archivist-producer Joe Lauro, vet music documentarian Don McGlynn has created in "Rejoice and Shout" an overview of African-American gospel sounds whose dazzling talent-display should exhilarate viewers regardless of religious leanings. The film received great reviews after the NYC premiere on June 3. After the film, enjoy the Friendship Baptist Church Choir.

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Clinton Curtis, 8:00pm, $10 Clinton Curtis grew up between the islands of Key West andJamaica. The son of musicians and reggaehall owners, he was always surrounded by music. As a child, he helped sound-check all the acts that appeared at his parents’ legendary Club Kokua on Negril Beach. He played with and learned from some of the Jamaican giants — includingGregory Issacs and Desmond Dekker. He was a classical pianist at 8, and formed his first group – a 10-piece R&B band at 13. Around that time, he started making self-producedstudio recordings of original songs, playing all the instruments himself. He left Key West for Greenwich Village at age 17 to study acting at NYU. It was there, in the West Village nightclubs that defined so much of music history, that Clinton realized he wanted to write and perform original music. He began working his way up in the downtown acoustic clubs- earning a little money as a classical musician on the side. It was during this time that he wrote the songs that would later become the album, Smoldering Youth. From Bach to Muddy Waters, Van Morrison and The Band to Bob Marley and The Mighty Diamonds, Clinton’s many influences converged seamlessly in his songwriting. In order to hone in on this unique sound, Clinton teamed up with producer Matt Stine, and signed to Stine’s indie label 27 Sound. With Clinton’s first full length album,Smoldering Youth, “21st CenturyRock and Roll” made its debut. As a young performer and East End resident, Clinton appeared at the Stephen Talkhouse as anopening act for Richie Havens,Suzanne Vega, Marshall Crenshaw and others. This show marks his return to the legendary club with his full band, in support of his most recent album "2nd Avenue Ball” Wednesday, June 22nd MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Karaoke With Harry, 10pm, $5 From Big Band to Hip Hop, Harry’s got it all…..

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Thursday, June 23rd WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Twilight Thursdays, 5pm-8pm An established Hamptons music and wine experience not to be missed from 5PM to 8PM, May – October in the Winery Tasting Room. Wines by the glass and cheese plates for purchase. EVERYONE should listen to the music and ease into the weekend. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Nancy Atlas, 8pm, $15 Nancy Atlas is the missing link between Lucinda Williams and Sheryl Crow. Original Americana Rock with a touch of Southern Comfort. She walks the line between swaggering rock chick and thread bare poet, garnering her a legion of die hard fans and in house respect. Atlas was born with gypsy blood... in Commack, Long Island. After a successful spell at public school she continued her education by studying art and art history abroad at Cambridge University and Richmond College in Florence Italy. Three months before graduating early, Nancy bought a guitar down on London's famous Portobello Road for sixty quid and never looked back. In the past 14 years she has produced four albums under her own label, Neptuna Records, amassed a staggering posse of fans and received over 4 million hits on her website, nancyatlas.com. Known for her raw live performances and stellar songwriting, Atlas and her band of journeymen have been able to sustain several grass root tours across the US, sell thousands of CD's and have opened for just about everyone under the sun! Nancy has spent every summer of her life on the East End of Long Island. It is where she calls home with herson Cashus Lee, her husband Tomas and her van Large Marge. Her Plum Tv television show, East End Legends,is a tip of the hat to the real 'celebrities' of this region. Her show highlights everyday people that have a true passion for what they do. The show has gained a cult like following and been airing since 2005. Nancy's own personal flavor seems to connect to a very broad base. It is summed up best by Tim Donnelly who wrote, "Nancy Atlas is the real deal. She's as authentic as a pair of well worn Levi's or a shot of Jack with a Bud Chaser. Never mind the fact she's a great singer (Dare we say a female Bruce?) & an inspiring songwriter (there's always room on the island for one more great songwriter, right?). She was our shining beacon on the Hamptons Documentary, where she told it like it was, not the way it was portrayed to be. Nancy Atlas loves her backyard, her art and all things simple. She is no bullshit. She is a patriot." Amen. Bastards of Boom, 9pm, $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! Friday Friday, day, June 24th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Sunset Fridays, 5pm-8pm One of the most beautiful sunset scenes in the Hamptons. Enjoy the wine, the food, and the live music!

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” MARDERS, 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 11932 631.702.2306 Films On The Haywall At Marders Present “Bonnie & Clyde”, 9pm, Free Marders and the Silas Marder Gallery present their annual outdoor film series Films on the Haywall. To view a complete list of films please check out the website. Bring a beach chair, a blanket & a picnic. Films start at dark, not before 9 PM MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Keller Williams, 8pm, $50 Most artists would bristle at the term self-indulgent, but Keller Williams often invokes it in describing his own approach to music. To Williams, being self-indulgent means creating music that satisfies him—if he likes what he’s produced, he figures, then his audience is more likely to embrace it too. If he’s not happy with it, why would they be? And so, when Williams describes his first-ever all-covers collection, the amusingly titled Thief, as “self-indulgent, like all of my albums,” that signifies not an inwardly pointed diss but a thumbs-up from one of the most tireless musical seekers around. Recorded with the Keels—husband and wife duo Larry and Jenny Keel—Thief is a sequel to the trio’s 2006 collaboration Grass, and to those of us on the receiving end, there’s nothing self-indulgent about it. If anything, it’s about as accessible and welcoming a record as Keller’s ever made. Granted, Thief does require a certain amount of blind faith on the part of the listener: This is, after all, an album that includes songs originally written and recorded by as wildly diverse an assemblage as anyone’s ever likely to dream up, from Amy Winehouse (“Rehab”) to the Grateful Dead (“Mountains of the Moon”), the Butthole Surfers (“Pepper”) to Kris Kristofferson (“Don’t Cuss That Fiddle,” which opens the album, and “The Year 2003 Minus 25,” which closes it). The set is filled out with tunes by Ryan Adams, the Presidents of the United States of America, the Raconteurs, Patterson Hood, Danny Barnes, Cracker, the Yonder Mountain String Band and Marcy Playground. All over the place, yup, but that’s the way Williams likes it. And in his hands it all makes sense—like everything he’s ever touched, whether from his own pen or someone else’s, it all becomes Keller Williams’ music. “I’m a music lover first, a musician second and a songwriter third,” Williams says, “so a covers record is a natural progression for me. I love writing songs and I love performing my songs—almost all of them. But I go out and do about 120 shows a year, and I just can’t write enough to play new songs all the time. There are always different cover songs to learn though; just flipping around on the radio, next thing you know you’ve got a song stuck in your head. If you change it around and play it completely differently, it sounds like a whole new song.”

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U.R.I- Under The Rasta Influence, 10pm, $30 Even as a child, Donovan Ernest seemed destined for the main stage - his father remembers him grabbing anything that looked like a microphone and trying to hype the crowd. Anyone in the audience of an Under The Rasta Influence (U.R.I.) show will tell you that all that practice has definitely paid off; Donovan’s explosive stage presence and natural ability incinerates stages and leaves fans with tired feet. Donovan’s lyrics embody the spirit of Rastafari, while the music showcases skilled songwriting. Combined with the distinctive style and high-energy performances of the band, U.R.I. creates a one-of-a-kind blend of roots reggae, soul, rock, and hip-hop that is strikingly unique. The members of the band met while attending Purchase College’s Conservatory of Music. Producer and percussionist Rusty Mack and Donovan were first to link, followed by bassist Sean Lewis. U.R.I. completed its roster in the next year with guitarist Tim Shipman, keyboardist Mike DeRosa, and cellist/vocalist Taylor Cannizzaro. The band is tight. Its disparate influences fuse reggae bass swagger, cello melody and far-out guitar solos, forging a musical style that sounds like nothing else on the scene. People quickly began to take notice of U.R.I. as the band became a fixture at LinkUp Media/Jamrock Magazine’s weekly event at SOB’s, Jamrock with Squeeze. The Source magazine featured the Brooklyn-based band in their April 09’ issue, and since, U.R.I. has performed alongside Drake, Serani, The Cool Kids, Everton Blender, Mr. Vegas, Milton Henry, Jadakiss, Norris Man, Styles P, Luciano, Cassidy, Glen Adams, and The Beatnuts. U.R.I. started out strong in 2010 by winning the grand prize at the NY Band Quest, a trip to perform at The Jamaican Jazz and Blues Festival in Jamaica, opening for Hall n’ Oats, Third World and Gladys Knight. Whether in Jamaica, or New York City, one thing is for sure: “When it comes to potent live shows and smoking grooves, few bands are able to keep pace with Under The Rasta Influence” (The Source Magazine, April 09’). Saturday, aturday, June 25th PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Klaus Kertess: Seen, Written, 6pm, $10 Curator, art historian, gallerist, and writer Klaus Kertess has long been a decisive and forward-thinking presence in the art world. Seen, Written: Selected Essays collects Kertess’s critical works from the past thirty years, including meditations on Agnes Martin, Joan Mitchell, John Chamberlain, Vija Celmins, Chris Ofili, and Matthew Ritchie. In this illustrated talk, Kertess will discuss the book in general as well as focusing on two essays drawn from exhibitions he curated at the Parrish, Marin in Oil and Sea Change. A book signing will follow the talk. OLD WHALERS’ CHURCH, 44 Union Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.0894 Hahn-Bin, Violin Virtuoso, In Sag Harbor, 7pm, $35 Hahh-Bin, dynamic violin virtuoso who combines mastery of classical and modern music with highly visual pop performance art, will launch the Young Concert Artists Series at Old Whalers' Church. His program will weave together composers from Mozart to Gershwin, from classical golden oldies like Saint-Saens "Danse Macabre" to John Williams' theme from "Schindler's List." Hahn-Bin's programs have been described as "inspired, innovative and bracing" (NY Times); the Washington Post called him an "irreverent provocateur." He is a protege of Itzhak Perlman and made his Carnegie Hall debut this season.

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MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Sid Finch, 8pm, $30 Sid Finch - the artist(s) once known in new york circles as "the trousers" - plays a mix of lyric-rich singer-songwriter compositions and riff-driven rock'n'roll. The acoustic shows are devoted to telling stories that owe something in perspective and tone to the Dylan of Blood on the Tracks and, to some extent, Love and Theft; while the electric shows display the genre-hopping (and musical influence) of a Some Girls-era Rolling Stones. sid finch has recently returned to performing after a hiatus dedicated to soundtrack composing (scores for the indy features Second Best (which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival) and Jersey Christmas), studying the yogic mastery of mind-body in the Himalayas, and a few year-long lost weekends with Harry Nilsson at Trader Vics. sid finch has played in and around Los Angeles and New York City (often as "the trousers") in full band complement or solo-acoustic at such clubs as the Mercury Lounge, Arlene Grocery, Rockwood Music Hall, the Living Room, Parkside Lounge, the Knitting Factory, CB's 313 Gallery, the Stephen Talkhouse, the Whisky-a-Go-Go, the Hotel Cafe, Molly Malones, the Cat Club, Monroe's, and Ghengis Cohen. Second Step, 10pm, $30 They have played over 1500 shows in the US and Japan, sometimes at a clip of 200+ per annum, and continue to play, in a smaller way, to dancing, sweaty crowds at clubs and private parties. Starting out as a Ska Band in the Third Wave Ska Scene that was rampant in NYCs East Village in the Mid 80's, they morphed their sound from ska/reggae, to "ethno-funk", to funk, soul, and other addictive dance rhythms, becoming a popular local and touring NYC based outfit. DUCKWALK VINEYARDS, South Location, 231 Montauk Highway (Rt. 27), Watermill, NY 11976 631.765.3500 Live Music On The Patio, 1pm-5pm Who wouldn’t want to relax on the comfortable patio of one of the most beautiful vineyards on the South Fork? And with live music as well, this is not a time to be missed! Sunday, June 26th TOWNLINE BBQ, Corner of Townline Road & Montauk Highway, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.2271 Beer Bash & BBQ, 4pm-7pm, Adults $40, Kids $15 A Festival of 7 Ingredients that includes a special menu of hand selected items from the kitchen team of Townline BBQ…and a whole pig! SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Art Reception, 5pm, Free With Admission Meet the artists of the AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL exhibit and curator Arlene Bujese at an informal reception.

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SOLE’ EAST 90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.2105 The Hamptons International Film Festival Classic Films Series Presents: The Hudsucker Proxy, 7pm, Free (Food and Drinks Available for Purchase) The Coen brothers imagine the invention of a popular fad in this tribute to the screwball comedy films of the 1930’s. When a successful corporate president dies, his corrupt associate, Sidney Mussberger, decides to devalue the company by hiring an idiot to run it. Enter Norvill Barns, a mail clerk with big dreams. Norville takes a simple idea and turns it into an unexpected business opportunity – an opportunity far beyond what Mussberger had envisioned. Rated PG. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Play Back Theater and Nancy Atlas- An Evening of Improvisational Theater & Music, 8pm, $10 ImprovTheater is a Playback Theater ensemble rooted in ancient story-telling traditions. Playback Theater empowers young and mature audiences alike with the skills and confidence to build social, artistic, educational and cultural understanding and awareness through its use of music, dance and improvisational theater to transform all of life’s experiences into the art of theater. There are over 100 Playback Theaters performing in over 50 countries world-wide! ImprovTheater Founder and Producing Director Paul McIsaac is an actor and director whose work often has a strong community and educational component. Paul also directs PlaybackNYC, a NYC based Playback Theater ensemble that he co-founded in 1998. For more information about ImprovTheater – Playback Theater Long Island visit www.playbacktheaterlongisland.com.

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 30th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 12:30pm|4:00pm|7:15pm|10:00pm Cars 2, Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, G, 113 min. Standard: 12:45pm|3:30pm|6:15pm|9:00pm 3D: 1:30pm|4:15pm|7:00pm|9:45pm X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 140 min. 12:00pm|3:15pm|6:30pm|9:30pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 10:10pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:00pm|3:45pm|6:45pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:15pm|3:00pm|6:00pm|9:15pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Page One: Inside the New York Times, R, 4:15|8:00 The Trip, R, 2:10|6:00pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Green Lantern 3D, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, PG-13, 105 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:15pm Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:10pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:45pm|4:45pm|7:40pm|10:15pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:50pm

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Monday June 27 - Monday July 4 We update our calendars on Mondays and again on Thursdays, with more events added for the coming weekend!

Fireworks Fri 7/1 Southampton Fresh Air Fund Fireworks by Grucci 7-10 PM - Fireworks display over Shinnecock Bay, only fireworks on the beach in Southampton. Join the benefit picnic or watch from Coopers Beach. tnaro@sfah.org 631 283-5847, http://www.sfah.org Sat 7/2 Sag Harbor Yacht Club Fireworks around 9:30 pm Watch from Havens Beach, Long Wharf or Marine Park on Bay Street Sat 7/2 Devon Yacht Club Amagansett Fireworks 9:30 pm (Yacht Club is members only but you can watch from Fresh Pond beach or any of the Amagansett Bay Beaches of from a boat on the water! Mon 7/4 Montauk Umbrella Beach around 9pm (just west of the village – park early!)

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Ongoing Events PARRISH ART MUSEUM, 25 JOBS LANE, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 631-283-2118 Dorothea Rockburne: In My Mind’s Eye, June 19th through August 14th Born and raised in Montreal, Rockburne first studied at the city’s École des Beaux-Arts with Paris-trained painters PaulÉmile Borduas and Jean-Paul Riopelle. Beginning in 1950, she attended the legendary Black Mountain College in Asheville, North Carolina, where classes with Merce Cunningham, John Cage, and, perhaps most significantly, the mathematician Max Dehn, had a seminal influence on her work. With fellow students Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, and John Chamberlain, she thrived in the unique cross-disciplinary curriculum at Black Mountain and brought this sense of exchange and collaboration when she moved to New York, working in dance and performance in renowned early pieces with Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, and Carolee Schneemann, among many others. Rockburne’s work, with the use of materials such as cardboard, sheet metal, and crude oil, began to gain wide attention in New York in the 1960s; in 1971 she had her first solo exhibition at the famed Bykert Gallery. From this early minimalist vocabulary, Rockburne has expanded the discourse to include investigations of, among other themes, the Golden Section, the solar system, and the writings of Pascal—all seamlessly joined in an ongoing synthesis of rigorous intellect and ardent pursuit. This first career retrospective will be accompanied by a 160-page catalogue with 52 full-color illustrations, published by the Museum and distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Essayists include the curator, Alicia Longwell, who will provide an overview of the artist’s profound engagement with the history of art. Three additional contributors will investigate salient aspects of Rockburne’s career: Stéphane Aquin, Curator of Contemporary Art, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, will write about Rockburne’s early years in Montreal and the cultural and artistic climate that shaped her future development as an artist; art historian David Anfam will examine Rockburne’s work within the context of art world movements and strategies of the 1960s, 70s and 80s; and Robert Lawlor, author of Scared Geometry: Philosophy & Practice, will probe the artist’s lifelong engagement with ancient knowledge. The catalogue will also include a selected chronology of life and work with artist’s statements.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your Home in the Hamptonsâ&#x20AC;? ROMANY KRAMORIS GALLERY, 41 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11964 631.725.2499 Finding Art III, The Art of Jorge Silveira, June 9th through June 30th Silveira likes old objects, especially old wooden objects which he's inspired to mix with acrylic paint and pieces of found rusty metal into monsters and faces. He's also been using other found materials like burlap. "I really like expressing my creativity by finding discarded objects from the forest and the ocean, and turning them into raw and abstract characters or scenes," says Silveira. Coming from Uruguay, a small country in South America, where everything gets repaired and reused such as old cars from the 1940's and refrigerators that get fixed 20 times before they're replaced, it surprises him how much material he can pick up on the beach and in nature that has been thrown away by people. It makes him feel good that he can pick up these objects and give them another life. "This long winter forced me to stay in New York more than usual, and as I was looking for inspiration, some discarded objects I hadn't noticed before started appearing before me all around the city, sparkling objects no one else was paying attention to." "The new material that I've used in many of this year's pieces: flattened empty soda cans that litter the streets, run over by traffic. Just as I was inspired in past years by objects thrown overboard or left to rust and recycled them into works of art, I did the same with these urban throwaways. With these I created a whole new line of work, some of it based on the fashion industry that is such an important part of New York, and in other pieces using this man-made glittery material to make images of animals and nature." "Of course I'm still working a lot with the wooden and metal found objects the ocean tosses ashore during the winter, flotsam and jetsam that I find as I walk along the beaches of the South Fork on Long Island, so this year my pieces are inspired by a mix of the city and the beach, which is the lifestyle of my family and so many other New Yorkers."

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Clifford Ross On Exhibit, June 25th through June 31st Clifford Ross is an American visual artist who has worked in multiple mediums, including sculpture, painting, photography and video. His work is in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Ross earned a B.A. in Art and Art History from Yale University in 1974 with a residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 1973. The exhibition is a survey of large-scale photographs from the Mountain and Hurricane series created by the internationally recognized photographer. The images of Colorado's Mount Sopris that he has created hearken back to the grand paintings by Frederick Church and Thomas Moran that reveal amazing details which you do not realize are there upon first viewing – an accomplishment that also realizes the ambitions of 19th century landscape photographers like Carleton Watkins. These works have a mesmerizing and majestic quality, and the sequence, taken over the course of a day and a half, reminds us of the serial exploration of light and atmosphere by artists like Monet, in his well known series of Haystacks and the Rouen Cathedral. Of his experience on the East End, Ross writes in an article "I [had] been photographing waves for five or six years along the stretch of beach in Long Island, from Wainscott to Amagansett. In 1998, in a little under two hours, I photographed the waves generated by the proximity of Hurricane Bonnie to Georgica Beach in East Hampton. In water up to my waist, I managed to take 250 photographs of the unending metamorphosis in front of me. The sky went from white to black, and finally to a strange blue. The waves varied from about two to twelve feet in height, and the surf's aspect shifted back and forth from foam to liquid granite. It was a spectacular display, and I was an ecstatic, but soggy, photographic witness." ("Wave Music," BOMB Magazine, Fall 2003) "It is testimony to the power of photography that one can contemplate one of Clifford Ross's Hurricane images and see a thundering wave stopped cold, spray and spume arrested in mid-flight, its fluid power trumped without so much as a molecule deflected from its path... They exploit photography's capacity to immobilize what we know is unarrestibly mobile in reality. That is what gives them their baroque drama. The waves have that immobilized mobility of the whipped and fluttering garments Bernini carved for his angels..." – Arthur C. Danto, ("Hegel in the Hamptons," Wave Music, BlindSpot/Aperture, 2005) Bryan Hunt On Exhibit, June 25th through 31st Bryan Hunt is an American modernist sculptor whose work extends to various series and themes: Monuments/Wonders, Lakes/Quarries, Waterfalls, Airships, Vertical Airships, Torsos/Cairns and Water Works. The Guild Hall exhibition focuses on the theme of “Water.” As many of the works are water-inspired, they can range anywhere from Amphoras, Lakes/Quarries Natural Wonders – Waterfalls, as well as the Waterworks. Both large and small scale works will be included as well as accompanying drawings. Mr. Hunt works out of his New York and East Hampton studios.

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SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 America The Beautiful Art Exhibit, June 7th through June 30th, 12pm-4pm Daily The focus of the exhibition is the various aspects one might find in the theme. Eleven artists draw on their impressions through memory, observation, inspiration, and experience. Each presents a perspective – objective/subjective – of a moment or place of beauty. Priscilla Bowden draws on the East End landscape with small touches of human presence: a school bus; a flag; a children’s camp. J. Boucher-Sneddon finds inspiration in the ritual and customs of Native Americans, with emphasis on dance and dress in abstractions in vivid color. Deborah Black emphasizes indigenous trees, such as the cedar, and foliage, and places them in expressionist style, using various settings on the East End. Mary Daunt also uses the landscape as a point of departure, showing panoramic views of land and water painted in strokes similar to Pointilism. Alice Forman paints flowers which fill the picture plane, as though they are details of a much larger space. John Hardy celebrates the American city; in this instance, New York. Buildings surround small figures in one painting, while a billboard dominates the façade of a building seen from below. Stephanie Reit takes the symbolic American barn and through line and color, transforms it into simplified form which interacts with land and sky in almost symbiotic existence. Clare Romano fills the canvas with bursting fireworks against a darkened landscape. John Ross depicts the broad, flat land of the Southwestern mesa in rich red, orange and yellow paintings and collographs. Ty Stroudsburg will show paintings from her Vineyard series. The essential nature of vineyards on the North Fork of LI are painted in an impressionist style. Lewis Zacks looks to American cultural icons in signage, buildings, and motifs. His approach is photo-realism, with a focus on enlarged detail.

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This Week Monday, June 27th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Steve Bauer and Underground Junction, 8:00pm, $5 Combine Underground Junction’s musicality with Steven Bauer’s creativity and passion, and you get a sound like no other. Underground Junction moves the audience with their unique and original sound, inspiring the audience to get up and dance. Their unique blend of Rock, Folk, Latin and Traditional influences inspires transpires into a truly organic sound that crosses over to every genre of music on the market today. Tuesday, June 28th MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 70’s Party with Disco Sux, 9pm, $10 If you love to dance all night to live music then you need to see Disco Sux! We play nothing but the best in 70's, 80's, and 90's disco, funk, dance, rock and reggae hits. Dig up someplatform shoesor your adidas sneakers and come get down to one of thebest dance parties around! Expect special guests. Wednesday, June 29th SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER, Levitas Center For The Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Concerts in the Park Series, 6:30pm, Free This week Southampton Cultural Center presents The Michael Jazz Trio! Come out to the park, sit back, and relax to great music with great company. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Badfish, A Tribute to Sublime, 8pm, $35 The phenomenon known as Sublime, arguably the most energetic, original and uniquely eclectic band to emerge from any scene, anywhere, ended with the untimely death of lead singer, guitarist and songwriter Brad Nowell in May of 1996. But encompassing the sense of place and purpose long associated with Sublime’s music, Badfish, a Tribute to Sublime continues to channel the spirit of Sublime with a fury not felt for some time. What separates Badfish from other tribute bands is that they have replicated Sublime’sessence, developing a scene and dedicated following most commonly reserved for label-driven, mainstream acts. Badfish make their mark on the audience by playing with thespirit of Sublime. They perform not as Sublime would have, or did, but as Badfish does. Badfish has been one of the biggest club and theater acts in the Northeast and Midwest of the last couple years, and promoters are in awe that a tribute band could be turning several hundred fans away from the doors each night. Karaoke With Harry, 10pm, $5 From Big Band to Hip Hop, Harry’s got it all…..

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Thursday, June 30th WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Twilight Thursdays, 5pm-8pm An established Hamptons music and wine experience not to be missed from 5PM to 8PM, May – October in the Winery Tasting Room. Wines by the glass and cheese plates for purchase. EVERYONE should listen to the music and ease into the weekend. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Buckwheat Zydeco, 8pm, $45 After over 20 years of bringing authentic Creole Zydeco music to the world, Buck still hasn’t stopped. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds, 10pm, $10 With a shot of whiskey, an over the shoulder gaze and a youthful smirk, Arleigh Kincheloe, lead vocalist for Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, saunters toward the stage knowing something you don’t know. Arleigh knows that tomorrow morning, with your tired legs and hoarse voice, you’ll still be talking about last night’s show. The Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds show that reignited your passion for live music. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds blend old school gut-busting funk and soul with straight up rock and roll. Led by Arleigh Kincheloe’s strong vocals, the appropriately named Dirty Birds are a flock of eight men that create a sometimes sexy other times funky –but always tight-- powerhouse wall of sound where the harmonica plays a front and center role. Arleigh and her brother, Jackson Kincheloe (harmonica), were raised in the Catskills region of New York state by musical parents. Their mother was a country singer a la Patsy Cline and their father, a drummer, performed in rock and roll 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” bands. Their home was a revolving door of family and friends, with the Kincheloe’s often hosting jam sessions into the wee hours of the night. Music, as they say, was in their blood. In late 2008, Arleigh and Jackson, now proud Brooklynites, performed their first gig together at the renowned Rockwood Music Hall in New York City’s Lower East Side. “After that show-- and the great response we got from the crowd -- we decided to put our band together,” said Jackson. Intent on creating a big band with a funk and blues style, (“There is nothing like a big band,” says Arleigh. “It makes me feel at home, like I'm surrounded by greatness.”)the brother and sister team set out to recruit some of the best young musicians from coast to coast. Their California bred cousin Bram (drums), fit the bill “to really get the funk going,” says Jackson, because he grew up in a house alive with New Orleans music, in which drums and bass and horns are a vital component to the overall sound. The rest of the Dirty Birds – a mix of formally trained (Berkeley School of Music, Oberlin and Manhattan School of Music grads) and self-taught road warriors—round out the heavyweight band. “There’s something about these nine personalities that really work together,” said Arleigh. “The boys make it look and seem easy because they really believe in this.” The passion and dedication of this nine-piece outfit is evident in their electric stage presence and spot on sound. It’s the perfect mix of energy and skill-- and it’s all a collaborative effort. “Each one of The Birds will add his two cents until we're all amazed by what we've got,” says Arleigh. “It's really a beautiful thing.” It’s no surprise then, that less than two years after their first gig, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds will hit the stage at the 11thannual moe.down fest, playing along side notable acts like moe., The Black Keys, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Nas & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. This three-day event, known for its laid-back vibe and great music, has a history of bringing a diverse collection of artists to the festival. Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds will now join the likes of The Flaming Lips, The Roots, The Wailers, Ani DiFranco, Amos Lee, The Avett Brothers and more who’ve crossed the moe.down stages.

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Friday Friday, day, July 1st WOLFFER ESTATE, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.5106 Sunset Fridays, 5pm-8pm One of the most beautiful sunset scenes in the Hamptons. Enjoy the wine, the food, and the live music! GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Guild Hall Films at the Farm: JAWS (PG) in Partnership With the East Hampton Historical Society, 8:30pm, $5 When a gigantic great white shark begins to menace the small island community of Amity, a police chief, a marine scientist and grizzled fisherman set out to stop it. SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR FUND 1030 Meadow Lane, Southampton. Shinnecock Bay tnaro@sfah.org 631 283-5847, http://www.sfah.org 23rd Annual American Picnic 7-10 PM. Highlights include a picnic buffet; carts filled with popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs and other all-American treats; arts and crafts, and carnival booths with games and prizes on the grounds of an ocean-front estate. $250. (Raindate 3 Saturday) MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE, The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Citizen Cope, 8pm, $90 Most artists would bristle at the term self-indulgent, but Keller Williams often invokes it in describing his own approach With “THE RAINWATER LP,” Citizen Cope offers the clearest distillation yet of his distinct musical approach, a laidback gumbo of acoustic blues, singer/songwriter rock ‘n’ roll, politically conscious hip-hop, and deep soul grooves. 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Born Clarence Greenwood, but known to friends and fans as simply “Cope,” the Brooklyn-based artist has crafted an album redolent of such classic tunesmiths as Randy Newman and Stevie Wonder – both major touchstones for his emotively penned songs. As such, it’s virtually impossible to put a finger on Citizen Cope’s idiosyncratically inimitable sound. “The only way to explain my music is to say you gotta listen to it,” Greenwood says. “I don’t think there is any easy description of it. Somebody once said something about ‘urban folk,’ which I wasn’t mad at.” “THE RAINWATER LP” comes nearly four years after Citizen Cope’s acclaimed 2006 third album, “EVERY WAKING MOMENT.” Not that Greenwood wasn’t busy – the hard-touring troubadour spent much of that time on the road, introducing fans new and old to his already substantial body of work. “It was longer than I’d expected between records,” he says, “but it was like a culmination of all the records getting into peoples’ psyche. I just kept on touring, doing songs from all three records, and then I started getting ideas for songs. I got inspired to make another album and put it out myself.” Since making his official debut, Cope had released three fine albums on three different labels, an experience which proved frustrating, to say the very least. Having been through the industry mill, this time Greenwood was determined to take the bull by the horns and release the album himself. “A lot of labels wanted to put it out,” he explains, “but I kept hearing things like ‘Retail’s gonna need you to do this’ or ‘The artwork has to be like this.’ I don’t want to be led into those confines anymore. I want to be able to do it my own way. Being able to operate efficiently, not having to move buildings to do anything, just seems so basic for any artistic endeavor.” Like the music therein, “THE RAINWATER LP” – as well as Citizen Cope’s new RainWater Recordings, Inc. – takes its name from a number of deeply personal sources. “It’s pure,” Greenwood says. “It’s also the name of someone that was close to me when I was growing up, so it just made sense.” Cope further points out that the “LP” in the album’s moniker is no accident. Including just 10 songs in the era of excessively long CDs was a very conscious artistic move, as well as a way of paying homage to the “jaw-dropping” 1970s works that continue to inspire him. “I wanted the record to have an LP feel,” he says. “Vinyl can only have a certain amount of songs. It takes you on a journey and then when it’s done, you can go, ‘Cool. Let me check that again.’” Memphis-born, DC-raised, and now Brooklyn-based, Greenwood’s musical journey began in the mid-1990s, when he first drew local acclaim for both his intimate songwriting and unique sonic fusion. His official debut album, “CITIZEN COPE,” was released in 2002, while “THE CLARENCE GREENWOOD RECORDINGS” followed two years later. The road to “THE RAINWATER LP” also included guest appearances on blockbuster albums by Santana and Dido, while Citizen Cope songs such as “Let The Drummer Kick” and “Bullet And A Target” have been featured in a wide array of films, television series, and advertisements. But Greenwood doesn’t like to compartmentalize his work, preferring to see each effort as but one aspect of his overall oeuvre. “A record should have the potential to be around for a while,” he says. “I don’t look at my records as representing just one year or whatever. It’s part of the lifespan of an artist and all the records contribute to the whole.” The latest stop on the Citizen Cope trail was recorded over the course of 2009 at both Brooklyn Recording in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (obviously) and The Document Room in Malibu, with extensive periods of touring in between sessions. Among the musicians accompanying Greenwood on “THE RAINWATER LP” are such studio stars as bassist Preston Crump (OutKast, Organized Noize, Raphael Saadiq), keyboardist James Poyser (The Roots, Jill Scott, John Legend), percussionist Bashiri Johnson (Whitney Houston, Donald Fagen, Madonna), and veteran Citizen Cope drummer Paul “Buggy” Edwards. “There are people I like to play on my albums that are difficult to get on the road,” he says. “What you try to do is make an album that sounds like a band, but that’s a lot harder than just putting a band in a room.” On songs such as “Keep Askin’” and “Jericho,” Citizen Cope and Co. create a hazy and elemental sound that melds such disparate inspirations as classic rock, jazz, hip-hop, and go-go, the interactive laidback funk sound pioneered by the 31 North Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-9766 innkeeper@millhouseinn.comwww.millhouseinn.com

The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” great Chuck Brown in Greenwood’s home turf of Washington, DC. His lyrical tack is equally freewheeling, veering from the personal (“Healing Hands”) to the political (“The Newspaper”) without ever sacrificing poignancy or power. “The songs are just representing me as a person,” Greenwood says. “Some people just want to write about love, other people just want to write about politics, but I think being conscious gives you an understanding of all kinds of things.” A remarkably charismatic live performer, Citizen Cope has been a committed road warrior, introducing his music to the people by traveling America’s highways and byways, often performing in places where other major artists fear to tread. “When you do the major cities, people come from all these other places and say, ‘Come to this town,’” Greenwood says. “So the next time you tour you think, ‘Okay, let’s try Tulsa, Oklahoma or Oxford, Mississippi or Fayetteville, Arkansas.’ It’s been amazing, every year it just gets bigger and bigger.” Having taken his time readying “THE RAINWATER LP,” Greenwood is already plotting his next move, with plans including another Citizen Cope album or perhaps a side project with a like-minded artist whose identity remains a secret. As always, Citizen Cope follows his own individual inspiration, making music without concern for trends or fashion, believing the best way to assess his art is though the fans he meets along the way. “Somebody once said I was the People’s Champion,” Greenwood says with no small pride. “I like that.” Rubix Kube, 10pm, $30 FLASHBACK: THE EIGHTIES---a totally awesome time when people were "Workin' For the Weekend" and parachute pant-clad dudes donned their "Sunglasses At Night." It was a wicked cool time when valley girls wore mini-skirts and legwarmers while they "Walked Like An Egyptian." The EIGHTIES . . . when "Video Killed the Radio Star!" FLASHFORWARD: 2008---Six experienced and professional musicians, tired of hearing inferior cover bands murder the music from one of their favorite decades, put together an '80s band, dubbed appropriately enough: RUBIX KUBE. Immediately from their very first gig in 2007, RUBIX KUBE has been wowing audiences all over New York City and the surrounding boroughs, as well as upstate New York and all over New England. With a strong and energetic male AND female lead singer, along with four polished musicians, RUBIX KUBE is able to crank out upbeat pop and rock hit songs from the '80s--and perform them EXACTLY LIKE THE ORIGINALS, both musically and vocally, with so much charisma and electricity, the crowd will bust more moves than a Rubik's Cube itself! Like---TOTALLY! RUBIX KUBE looks, feels and sounds all ‘80s. With an ever-growing song list, this authentic cover band tirelessly serves up the “eightiest of the ‘80s” as they transport you back in time. RUBIX KUBE IS your '80s party.

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Saturday, aturday, July 2nd GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Steve Martin Performing with The Steep Canyon Rangers, an Evening of Bluegrass & Banjo, 7pm, $200 Orchestra, $75 Balcony Steve Martin played banjo along with the Steep Canyon Rangers on the June 27, 2009 broadcast of A Prairie Home Companion, and continued playing with the band on selected dates as part of U.S. tours with the Rangers in the fall of 2009, and spring of 2010. Martin played with the band at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco, Carnegie Hall in New York, and Benaroya Hall in Seattle. Martin also travelled with the band to the UK, to perform on the critically acclaimed music show, Later with Jools Holland. Most recently, Martin appeared with the Steep Canyon Rangers at the 2010 Bonnaroo Music Festival. Now he comes to Guild Hall to offer us a sure to be spectacular show. BAY STREET THEATRE, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.9500 Comedy Club Presents Richard Belzer, 8pm, $65 Belzer has played Detective Munch on a record-setting ten different television series-- Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law and Order: Trial By Jury, Homicide, The X-Files, The Beat, M.O.N.Y., Sesame Street, The Wire and Arrested Development. He began show business with Groove Tube. Off Broadway credits include THE NATIONAL LAMPOON SHOW with Bill Murray, Gilda Radner and John Belushi, on radio in Brink and Belzer on WNBC; and in film Fame; Author! Author! Night Shift, Scarface, Man on the Moon, Species II, Get on the Bus, Girl 6, A Very Brady Sequel, North, The Bonfire of the Vanities and The Big Picture. Belzer starred in his own HBO comedy special, Another Lone Nut and in the six-part Showtime series The Richard Belzer Show. He also hosted When Cars Attack, Hot Properties, and Crime Stories. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Hot Lava, 10pm, $30 Hot Lava’s molten musical interpretations of The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Replacements, Ryan Adams, and others have scalded hordes of fans from NYC to Amagansett. Said Rolling Stone Magazine of Hot Lava in May 2004: "With scorching sounds and blistering beats, Hot Lava has created the next great paradigm shift in music...music DEvolution. They are taking us back to a primordial state…when pure, searing sounds shot up from the core, pierced the mantle, and burst through the cold, indifferent crust...erupting in a primal exultation which screamed, 'back the f*ck off!' Well, back off for these guys. Because once the Lava gets flowing, there's no outrunning it." DUCKWALK VINEYARDS, South Location, 231 Montauk Highway (Rt. 27), Watermill, NY 11976 631.765.3500 Live Music On The Patio, 1pm-5pm Who wouldn’t want to relax on the comfortable patio of one of the most beautiful vineyards on the South Fork? And with live music as well, this is not a time to be missed!

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The Mill House Inn East Hampton NY - “Your Home in the Hamptons” Sunday, July 3rd GUILD HALL, 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 American Musical Theatre Salutes “Strike Up The Pit Band” – Broadway in a Patriotic Mode, 7:30pm, $55 The words and music of George and Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, George M. Cohan, Rodgers and Hart, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz, Burton Lane and E. Y. Harburg, Harold Rome, Julie Styne and Sammy Cohn, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Flaherty and Lynne Aherns, and more. Written and hosted by Lee David with Musical Direction by Alex Rybeck. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3117 Steel Pulse, 8pm, $100 STEEL PULSE may have explored various styles of music since they started out in 1975, but when it comes to the message, the UK’s Grammy – Winning reggae band has remained close to their roots. The Group have continued their commitment to fighting injustice, educating the masses, and promoting positive messages through spiritually uplifting music. “We just can’t ignore the politics, because every life and soul that’s born on this earth is a political manoeuvre for someone, at some stage”, Hinds explains. “From a spiritual aspect, it’s really an upliftment through facing reality – what’s out there. We deal with positive spirits. It means putting aside the guns, the drugs and all of the things that are ailments of society – especially the black communities right now”. STEEL PULSE have always taken their causes to heart, filing a $1 million class action lawsuit against New York City’s Taxi & Limousine Commission. The group charged that cabbies refused to pick up blacks and Rastafarians throughout the streets of New York. STEEL PULSE is the only UK reggae group to win a Grammy. In 1985 Babylon The Bandit Album won the Best Reggae Album category. Their international success earned them further Grammy Nominations for their albums, Victims, Rastafari Centennial, Rage & Fury, Living Legacy and African Holocaust. Invited guest appearances include Arsenio Hall, ‘The Tonight Show’ with Jay Leno and ‘Late Night’ with Conan O’Brien. The Rev. Al Sharpton, Jay Leno, Branford Marsalis, C Thomas Howell and Robert Townsend have all had cameo appearances in STEEL PULSE videos. The band have been joined live on stage by artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder to the Stranglers and have performed live with Bob Marley & the Wailers, Sting, Inxs, Santana, Robert Palmer, Herbie Hancock and Bob Dylan, amongst others. A collaboration with Spike Lee on the Do The Right Thing movie soundtrack in 1989 resulted in David’s composition ‘Can’t Stand It’ featuring in the movie. In 1993, at the request of the Clinton Administration, STEEL PULSE became the first reggae band ever to perform during the inaugural festivities at The White House. STEEL PULSE, started out performing on the British punk scene with groups like Generation X as part of the Rock Against Racism movement was founded in the Handsworth section of Birmingham by Hinds, and core members Selwyn Brown and, Steve Nisbett. Their original Bass player, Ronald McQueen, named the group after a popular racehorse. Disco Sux, 10pm, $10 If you love to dance all night to live music then you need to see Disco Sux! We play nothing but the best in 70's, 80's, and 90's disco, funk, dance, rock and reggae hits. Dig up someplatform shoesor your adidas sneakers and come get down to one of thebest dance parties around! Expect special guests.

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At the Movies Through Thursday June 30th UNITED ARTISTS EAST HAMPTON 30 Main Street, East Hampton NY 631.324.0448 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theater. Tickets can be purchased online at www.fandango.com. Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 12:30pm|4:00pm|7:15pm|10:00pm Cars 2, Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, G, 113 min. Standard: 12:45pm|3:30pm|6:15pm|9:00pm 3D: 1:30pm|4:15pm|7:00pm|9:45pm X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, PG-13, 140 min. 12:00pm|3:15pm|6:30pm|9:30pm The Hangover Part II, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 10:10pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (3D), Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, PG, 95 min. 1:00pm|3:45pm|6:45pm Midnight In Paris, Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, PG-13, 94 min. 12:15pm|3:00pm|6:00pm|9:15pm SAG HARBOR THEATRE, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor 11963 631.725.0100 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Page One: Inside the New York Times, R, 4:15|8:00 The Trip, R, 2:10|6:00pm UNITED ARTISTS SOUTHAMPTON 43 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 631.287.2774 (Matinees on weekends only. Movie schedules are subject to change. Updated schedules can be checked at www.uatc.com, or by calling the theaters.) Green Lantern 3D, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, PG-13, 105 min. 1:30pm|4:30pm|7:30pm|10:15pm Super 8, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, PG-13, 112 min. 1:15pm|4:15pm|7:15pm|10:10pm The Hangover, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, R, 102 min. 1:45pm|4:45pm|7:40pm|10:15pm Bridesmaid, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, R, 124 min. 1:00pm|4:00pm|7:00pm|9:50pm

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