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    Christian Scheider, an actor and filmmaker from Sag Harbor, is hosting three screenings of films by Jacques Tati at the John Jermain Memorial Library in that village starting Wednesday at 5 p.m. with “The Big Day.”...
    If it was anyone else, it might be considered a garage sale, a large collection of mostly unrelated objects put out on display perhaps because the owner is redecorating or raising money for another purpose.
    Gérald Sibleyras's  “Le Vent des Peupliers” (“The Wind in the Poplars”), adapted for the English stage by Tom Stoppard as “Heroes,” is the second offering this year at the...
    Guild Hall’s free winter film series, presented in partnership with the East Hampton Library, is screening “Teddy Bear,” a Danish film about a lonely, 38-year-old bodybuilder’s quest for love, on Sunday at...
New at the Drawing Room     An exhibition of drawings by Christine Hiebert and sculpture by Diane Mayo opens tomorrow at the Drawing Room in East Hampton, where it will remain on view through March 10. Ms. Hiebert has investigated...
Leander Arnold, a mason from Springs, found a message in a bottle while working at the Thomas Moran House restoration on Main Street — a note commemorating the laying of the cornerstone for the artist’s studio.
    Now that the holiday season has drawn to a close, those stuck in their house from winter storms and a dislike of cold air may be looking for more serious diversions to lure them from their hibernation. Yet this time of year, the...
    A free screening of “Shored Up,” an 84-minute documentary by Ben Kalina about coastal development, sea level rise, and the science and policy debates surrounding these issues, will be held at the Westhampton Beach...
    Rick Darke, a designer, author, and photographer, will give an illustrated talk on “The Accidental Landscape: Celebrating the Collision of Culture and Ecology,” on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Horticultural Alliance of the...