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The Hamptons International Film Festival’s “25 Films in 25 Years” series will continue tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill with a screening of “Embrace of the Serpent,” a 2015 entry that went on to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
La Compagnia Amarilli, a vocal duo formed in New York City in 2013, will perform “Rosa Mystica,” a concert featuring music by Pergolesi, Monteverdi, Schutz, and Telemann, at St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Bridgehampton on Saturday at 5 p.m.
John Keeshan, who was in the news last week for folding his eponymous real estate agency into the Compass group, made the papers some years back with his push to get rid of the welter of utility lines that mar the view as one approaches Montauk’s commercial center from the west. The effort to bury the wires stalled, as do many such things, because...
Many people, especially urban users of ride hailing services, prefer summoning Uber or Lyft on their smartphones instead of calling for a taxi. Following a state budget deal, Uber and its competitors will pick up passengers legally in East Hampton Town, as well as upstate, where they had been unable to operate because of legal and insurance...
Eight million dollars seems like a lot of money for where the Sag Harbor Cinema lobby stood until it was destroyed in fire in December. However, the sum a civic group has pledged to buy the site and the relatively unscated theater behind it and eventually build a new cultural center will prove well worth it in the long run.
An inveterate but rank amateur birder, I nevertheless enjoy seeing birds at the feeder or suet cake through the sun porch windows so much that it is often a high point of my day.
What passes as a positive sign on the national front is when the headlines in the morning and the terrible thing that led the news when you went to bed are the same. Risk and scandal have seemed to come quickly in the last few months, with a fresh outrage presenting itself at almost every turn of the clock.
Though the weather’s wretched today, I know better days are coming — sportswise too, if the close scores this week are indicative.
In a climate marked by uncertainty, rumor, fear, and even paranoia among undocumented immigrants and their supporters, members of the East Hampton Clericus are taking a simple, old-fashioned approach to distributing a positive message.
A few weeks back, I stopped at the Village Cheese Shop after a doctor’s appointment in Southampton. As I walked in, I noticed an older woman with silver hair and a flattering red suit sitting at a table with a group of other women her age, maybe a little younger. She was the kind of woman you knew instantly had style and great taste. She must have...

It was in 1972 that Dr. Al Mott came up with the idea for a pageant that would honor the accomplishments, dignity, and inner beauty of women over 60.
Several restaurants on the South Fork are serving Easter dinner and brunches, including Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor, Nick and Toni’s, the 1770 House, and Highway Restaurant and Bar in East Hampton. Highway's Chef also offered a recipe to try at home.
Jennifer Pike of Pike Farms and Sybille van Kempen of the Loaves and Fishes food store will discuss farm-to-table eating at a talk next Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. at the East Hampton Library, part of the library’s Tom Twomey discussion series. Tickets are on sale for this year’s Taste of Tuckahoe, a fund-raiser for the Tuckahoe School at which...