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   The Hamptons Theatre Company is holding open auditions for “Other Desert Cities,” a drama by Jon Robin Baitz. The story follows a family gathering at which a controversial memoir threatens to tear the family apart. The...
    Timing is everything in music, dance, and comedy. Marcia Milgrom Dodge, the director-choreographer of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” running at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor through Sept. 1,...

“The Way of the Knife” Mark Mazzetti Penguin, $29.95    No matter what political policies you embrace, “The Way of the Knife” is a lively, engaging, factual account of our real war against terrorism — and...
    The East Hampton Library’s Authors Night keeps growing, but then, it’s a fund-raiser, so who’s complaining? Saturday’s mammoth and tented event, which starts at 5 p.m. at the Gardiner Farm at 36 James Lane...
Mark Doty on “Writer’s Almanac”     Mark Doty, the Springs poet who won a National Book Award in 2008 for his collection “Fire to Fire,” will have one of his poems, “In the Community Garden,...

   An icy fog clouded the eighth-floor windowpane in the Hyatt as soon as I eased my face against the glass. Specks of snow masquerading as white ash danced and twirled in eddies atop the wind that blew across the Danube. The falling snow...
Those looking for a little something to hang over the couch or a hidden gem soon to be an East End masterpiece flocked to Guild Hall on Saturday
Is bigger better? Not if you’re a local official trying to restrict house sizes on the East End
Amagansett residents told tales to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday about groups sharing summer rentals in their once-peaceful beachside neighborhood