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Ille Arts in Amagansett will open “Eleven Under Thirty,” a group show featuring young artists, with a reception Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. “Bent,” a show of work by three artist-illustrators, will open at the White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton tomorrow and continue through April 23. A reception with live music by the Benders will take place...
Katherine Addleman, a classical pianist, will perform a concert of works by Franz Schubert at the Montauk Library on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Schubert, who died in 1828 at the age of 31, bridged the gap between music’s classical and romantic periods. Known as an extremely prolific composer, he produced symphonies, chamber music, piano works, and art...
A program of country music performed by Tennessee Walt will take place at the East Hampton Library on Saturday afternoon from 1 to 3. The occasion for the performance is the 90th anniversary of the Bristol Sessions in Bristol, Tenn., during which a producer for the Victor Talking Machine Company, the early record label, recorded blues, ragtime,...
Remember the gas crisis of the mid-1970s and the long lines at filling stations? If you aren’t old enough to have been there, you aren’t likely to recall the nationwide energy-conservation effort that followed.
Water quality and environmental well-being are taking top billing these days. Along with East Hampton Town, Suffolk is taking steps to reduce the amount of nitrogen and other pollutants in household wastewater.
Expressions of outrage this week about an announcement by the Corcoran real estate firm that it would fly select potential clients by helicopter from Manhattan to the South Fork to view properties was predictable, if somewhat overblown. While the promotion might well add to air traffic, its effect will be negligible when compared to the ever-...
Up before dawn, I heard a spade-foot toad calling from the small swamp just west of my house. Spring mornings can be loud down here alongside Gardiner’s Bay, but on Wednesday, after a thunderstorm that came through during the night, the toad and a few birds whose songs I did not recognize were the only voices I heard.
The East Hampton Football Club remained in second place, behind Glen Cove Avellino, in Flight A of the Long Island Soccer Football League’s top division Sunday by easily defeating the Port Jefferson Fusion 2-0 at the Ross School.
To the good news first: East Hampton High’s boys tennis team could well be on the way to a third consecutive undefeated season in league play.
When I said I might write a column about the participation-com­petition debate as it concerns youth sports, Mary said I should stop beating a dead horse.
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It was somewhere on I-75 that I saw the sign and knew I was on the right track.

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