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Semira Breitweg, who had lived full time in East Hampton since the death of her husband in 1994, died on Nov. 13 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue.
Mechele Flaum of Water Mill and New York City died at home in Manhattan on Nov. 10, with her family by her side.
Celina McDonald Seitz of Accabonac Road in East Hampton died early last Thursday morning at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. She was 87 and had been ill with cancer for a year. Mrs. Seitz was an active parishioner of Most Holy Trinity...
Joanne Parker Perry, a popular member of the CVS Pharmacy staff in East Hampton for two decades, died on Sunday at Stony Brook University Hospital after a brief illness due to complications of cancer.
A funeral for Harriet T. Peele of East Hampton will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.
Last fall, Alfredo Merat, performed “Brel by Alfredo,” where he sang and spoke about Jacques Brel’s life. He is now working on a theatrical event based on the experience.
Michael Halsband’s four-decade career in photography will be on display at the Southampton Arts Center through the end of the year.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will present “Dances, Carols, and Lullabies,” which will include compositions familiar and obscure, and caroling on Dec. 3 in Bridgehampton.
If the pieces on view in Guild Hall’s “Recollections” exhibition look distantly familiar, it may be because they have been on the road for much of the past decade.
Collaboration across artistic disciplines is a tricky endeavor. How does an artist paint a sound, or a musician play a color?
Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center seems to have cornered the market on the live radio play, which has become a holiday tradition there since 2014.
Two blue five-gallon jugs of sulfuric acid were found on Nov. 15 on the side of the road near the intersection of Toilsome Lane and Dayton Lane.
East Hampton Town’s decision to remove a horse barn on land it bought in Amagansett in 2014 has raised a bit of skepticism. Though some might consider tearing down a barn wasteful, it is the right decision.