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Humanitarian Architecture The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, in association with A.I.A. Peconic, will present “Pro Bono: Architects Who Serve Humanity,” a discussion focusing on architects who volunteer their time for charitable...
The Watermill Center will inaugurate its 2015 residency season with a brunch Sunday at noon, followed by a tour of the center and an open rehearsal by Catherine Galasso, a choreographer and multimedia artist, at 3 p.m.
A screening of the National Theatre Live presentation of “John,” a work conceived and directed by Lloyd Newson and produced by London’s DV8 Physical Theatre, will take place at Guild Hall Saturday at 8 p.m. DV8 Physical Theatre...

I heard a joke a long time ago that reminds me of my mother. It goes like this: Two cannibals are eating a clown and one says to the other, “Does this taste funny to you?” I could never decide whether I was the cannibal, sitting with...
The Rev. Walter Silva Thompson Jr., pastor-elect of Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton and the keynote speaker at the church's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Monday, evoked King's message and urged others to follow his example.
Under watch of the state attorney general, East Hampton and five other Suffolk school districts have agreed to implement new policies and procedures aimed at increasing communication between parents of English language learners and school officials.

Raymond Hildreth Halsey, a farmer who was an owner of the Green Thumb in Water Mill, died on Friday at home in that hamlet. He was four days shy of his 89th birthday. A wake will be held at the O'Connell Funeral Home in Southampton on Monday,...
A Mercedes-Benz sport utility vehicle struck two poles after the driver reportedly fell asleep behind the wheel on Sunday morning.
Business owners and their representatives spoke out against proposed amendments to the East Hampton Village lighting code during a hearing on Friday. Discussions will continue until early next month.