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Opera of the Hamptons will present “Christina Fontanelli and Her Fabulous Friends: From Opera to Broadway, a Puccini Night” on Saturday at 7 at Duck Walk Vineyards North in Southold. Ms. Fontanelli has performed with the Palm Beach...
Walter Klauss, founder and conductor of the Musica Viva concert series in New York City and an organist who has performed internationally, will give a free recital at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor on Sunday at 3 p.m. The program will...
LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will present “Opera Al Fresco,” a program directed by Eve Queler, an internationally acclaimed conductor, on Friday, Aug. 1. The evening will begin with a reception at 6, followed by the performance at 7...
At least once a summer a friend will call me with the discovery of a newer, better, easier way to cook corn. It involves a microwave and is guaranteed to remove all of the silk.
For recipes that call for corn off the cob, keep the following in mind: One ear of corn yields approximately three and half ounces of kernels, or about a half cup. Mexican Corn on the Cob Serves four. 8 ears of corn 1/2 cup mayonnaise (I use...
“Voyeur,” a production of the Neo-Political Cowgirls, will take place on five evenings beginning next Thursday at 7, at the Parsons Blacksmith Shop in Springs, across from Ashawagh Hall. Founded and directed by Kate Mueth, the company is...
If there were any remaining questions as to whether the South Fork could support three art fairs, their continued return over the past few years should quell them. This week’s returnee is Art South­ampton, an offshoot of Nick Korniloff...
Peter Ambrose, a well-known East Hampton chef and caterer, has moved on from the Hampton Seafood Company and opened Pete’s Endless Summer Taco shop in the former Food & Co. spot on Pantigo Road in East Hampton.
Richmond Burton likes to paint big, unless he wants to paint small. He uses oil paints applied so thinly they appear matte, sometimes translucent, and a lot more like acrylic. He is a trained architect who prefers mark-making in a two-dimensional...