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The Watermill Center will be the site of an open rehearsal by Accion Residente, an experimental Chilean performance company, on Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5. The group will perform “Replica (Aftershock),” which features encounters between four random people who transform their relationships through violent body language.
The Montauk Library will host “Jazz Times Three,” a free concert by Gil Gutierrez on guitar, Bob Stern on violin, and Peter Martin Weiss on bass on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Shelter Island Friends of Music will present “Gershwin and the French Muse,” a free concert by Thomas Pandolfi, a prizewinning pianist, on Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. The concert will include music by Gershwin, Debussy, Ravel, Poulenc, and Déodat de Séverac.

Laney could be miserable. A nasty birthday was coming up. Couldn’t someone make them illegal? After all, they’re hazardous to your health and eventually they kill you. Add to that her daughter’s departure for the Peace Corps, then her husband’s announcement that he was in love with his cycling gal pal, Yi-Yi Fong. Laney had packed off to their...

Antje Katcher's posthumous collection, "Catechism," traces her poetry's arc from liturgical influences to the tranquillity of nature to personal history.
Virginia Frati, who lives up the street from me, across from the Morton Wildlife Refuge, has been looking after injured and sick mammals, birds, turtles, frogs, and even snakes for 20 years.
Spring has sprung and adding to the joy of it all has been the recent resurgences of East Hampton High’s girls lacrosse and softball teams.
Paul Annacone, the former world tour professional from East Hampton, who following his successful tennis career went on to coach Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Tim Henman, and Sloane Stephens, said during a conversation at The Star this week that he will take an active part in his and his brother Steve’s camps in Sag Harbor, East Hampton, and...
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