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The domestic detective appears to be having her moment, from the “girl” thrillers to the “wife” suspense novels. And now, the Hollywood-beckoning “The Banker’s Wife” by Cristina Alger of Quogue.
Jonathan Silin explores the curiously in-between years of 60 to 80 at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday.
The National Transportation Safety Board report issued on Tuesday points, as expected, to bad weather as a major factor in the June 2 crash off Amagansett that killed Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, their grandson, William Maerov, and their pilot, Jon...
$10.5 million in C.P.F. money approved for 1.25-acre park next to the bridge to North Haven.
Get ready for a bonus mini-run at Bay Street Theater with a new version of “Confessions of a Mormon Boy,” which earned its writer-director Steven Fales an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for outstanding solo performance.
Two performances by the Strangemen Theatre Company and Dancers for Good, a benefit evening of dance, will take place at Guild Hall during the next ten days.

The Choral Society of the Hamptons made the most of Carl Orff's opportunities for compelling music making in his piece "Carmina Burana," on Saturday.
In presenting the virtual reality works of Laurie Anderson, Guild Hall is participating in a world-wide appreciation of the pieces, which have won a Venice Film Festival award and are being exhibited at Mass MoCA and in Tasmania this summer.
Years ago, the only way I could find zucchini blossoms was to go pick my own or beg a friend with some vigorous plants to give me some.
How hip-hop has melded with Bollywood, Latin, jazz, and other genres will be the theme of Reaction Dance Company's performance at the Parrish Art Museum on Wednesday afternoon.
The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum will present a free concert by the Certain Moves Trio on Friday.
The Southampton Arts Center will host a free outdoor bluegrass concert on Saturday.
Sen is back; oysters for everyone; bowling alley edibles, and a new cafe menu in Water Mill