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Director Luke LoCurcio Speaks About Aphasia, the Hit Short at TFF

Posted on 23 April 2015

If you’re a movie fan and anywhere near New York City this weekend, I highly recommend that you make time to see René Clement’s exquisite, heart-wrenching, Oscar-winning French classic Forbidden Games (a beautiful recently restored print with new subtitles!), at the Film Forum beginning Friday–AND at least one shorts program at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Two Trustees Announce They’ll Run for Sag Harbor Mayor

Posted on 22 April 2015

Sag Harbor Village voters will elect both a new mayor and a new village justice when they go to the polls on June 16.

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Hearings on House and Market Tie Up Sag Harbor ZBA

Posted on 22 April 2015

A pair of nettlesome applications, one for the Harbor Market & Kitchen, the other for Evan DiPaulo’s quest to build a house on Jefferson Street, both of which have exercised their neighbors, kept the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals busy on Tuesday, April 21.

Food Truck Permits 86’ed

Posted on 22 April 2015

Food truck operators in East Hampton Town are still waiting to find out what beaches they will call home for the next three seasons because the town’s Purchasing Department decided last week to reject all bids and redo the entire process after a large number of mistakes were found on the application forms.

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Pipe Down, You Peepers!

Posted on 22 April 2015

Drive past a pond on an early spring night and you are bound to hear a chorus of chirping that can be almost startling for its intensity and clarity. It’s the sound of male northern spring peepers—or, if you are into scientific nomenclature, Pseudacris crucifer—searching for mates.

Olaf Neubert

Posted on 22 April 2015

The commodore of the Breakwater Yacht Club talks about the upcoming sailing season and the many activities the sailing center offers the community.

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Celebrating Spring, Seasonality & the Magic Hour at 1770 House

Posted on 22 April 2015

Regardless of the season, Chef Michael Rozzi’s favorite time of day is what he calls “the magic hour.”

The Miró Quartet Brings Transcendence to the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Spring Concert

Posted on 22 April 2015

For those who want the best of the best, the Hamptons is the place to be. From fashion and design trends, to luxury real estate prices, and even classical music performances, the South Fork sets the pace.
Case in point is the upcoming Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s spring concert on Sunday, April 26, featuring The Miró Quartet.

LongHouse Reserve Opens Season with Rites of Spring

Posted on 22 April 2015

  LongHouse Reserve will open its season on April 35 from 2 to 5 p.m. with Rites of Spring, featuring the work of Kiki Smith, Takashi Soga, Grace Knowlton, Sui Jianguo and Ronald Bladen on its East Hampton grounds. LongHouse welcomes back Takashi Soga back to LongHouse with his Eye of Ring. Mr. Soga’s kinetic [...]

Join the Barefoot Movement at Sylvester Manor

Posted on 22 April 2015

Sylvester Manor Educational Farm on Shelter Island will present an evening of energetic and heartfelt bluegrass with award-winning artists The Barefoot Movement, on Saturday, April 25, with two shows in the intimate Manor House setting. Heralded by CMT Edge as “one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene,” the Nashville-based band aims for [...]