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10th Annual Hamptons Take 2 Film Festival Features Lana Jokel's Nathan Slate Joseph Documentary Among Five Days Of Films Nov 20, 17 4:47 PM

Ten years ago, Jacqui Lofaro had her finger on a quickening pulse.

She just didn’t know it yet.

The documentary... more

Joan Rivers Never Threw Anything Out, And It Pays Off In New Book Curated By Melissa Rivers And Scott Currie Nov 20, 17 4:24 PM

For Southampton resident Scott Currie, what began as a favor for a family friend turned into a gold mine.

“Imagine... more

Trackside Cafe In Speonk Closes After More Than 13 Years In Business; MTA Seeks New Tenant Nov 20, 17 12:46 PM

After more than 13 years straight of flourishing business, the Trackside Cafe at the Speonk Long Island Rail Road stop is officially... more

2017 Hamptons Take 2 Film Festival Schedule Nov 20, 17 11:25 AM

Thursday, November 30

4 p.m. “The Last Dance,” followed by Q&A with director... more

Ross School's Debra McCall Documents Frescoes, Reliefs At Thillai Nataraja Temple Nov 20, 17 11:10 AM

Debra McCall arrived in Chidambaram on October 2, and she jumped right in.

Of her three visits to India, she had never... more

14th Annual Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons Presents Spanish-Language Films November 17-19 Nov 14, 17 11:24 AM

The 14th annual Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons takes place this weekend, November 17 to 19, in East Hampton, Water Mill and... more

Opera Review: A Memorable 'La Boheme' At Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Nov 14, 17 9:45 AM

It’s November 2017, but this past Sunday at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, the Long Island Opera Company... more

Theater Review: 'Death Of A Salesman' Still Packs A Punch Today Nov 13, 17 12:50 PM

Willy Loman, that iconic male symbol of the American Dream turned to dust, has blown into Sag Harbor with all earthy bravado and... more

Raymond Hartjen Preserves East End History Many Ways Nov 13, 17 11:13 AM

Raymond Hartjen, Ph.D., 86, is a man of action who does not allow the grass to grow under his feet. When he finishes one... more

Gardiner Foundation Awards $50,000 Grant To Guild Hall To Digitize Permanent Collection Nov 7, 17 1:43 PM

The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has awarded Guild Hall, the arts and culture institution in East Hampton Village, $50,000... more

Lost Artwork Is Returned, And Memories Are Rekindled Nov 7, 17 12:37 PM

Debbie Giuffre doesn’t remember all the details from the cold January day 40 years ago when she unexpectedly found her life... more

Pam Topham Weaves Iconic East End Scenery Nov 7, 17 10:01 AM

In a place like the East End, where thousands of artists come to paint the light, I confess Pam Topham is my favorite landscape... more

Parrish Art Museum Celebrates Five Years In Water Mill Nov 6, 17 5:07 PM

It was an unseasonably warm day in October, nearly five years after the Parrish opened the doors of its new Herzog & DeMeuron-designed... more

Holiday House Book Celebrates 10 Years Of Design And Combating Breast Cancer Nov 6, 17 10:43 AM

All it took was a moment, and four clear-cut words, for Iris Dankner’s life to completely change.

“You have... more

Fundraising Underway To Present 'The Miracle Worker' To Local Students Nov 2, 17 4:47 PM

WPPB 88.3 FM radio personality Bonnie Grice is planning a production of “The Miracle Worker” in the spring for local... more
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