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  • Jeff Lincoln's Southampton gallery feels more Meatpacking District warehouse than Bridgehampton potato barn.
  • A photo archive of rock stars, such as Neil Young, Deborah Harry, Bob Marley, Sid Vicious, and Sting, has become the basis for a new artistic path for Steve Joester.
  • 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.
  • Some last-minute ideas for Thanksgiving dinner include the Maidstone Hotel in East Hampton, where a four-course prix fixe meal is being served up for $85, $40 for children under 12, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. In Southampton, Tutto Il Giorno will also be open on Thanksgiving with a prix fixe menu for $65 that includes a choice of baby kale Caesar salad or a baby artichoke appetizer, wild mushroom tortelli or roasted turkey pastilla as an entree, and carmelized pear crostata or pumpkin semifreddo for dessert.
  • It is not too much of a stretch to see Emily Cheng’s “Immensity of Particles,” and Marianne Weil’s “After Argos” at Ille Arts in Amagansett as evocative of the interior of a church or cathedral.
  • Townline BBQ in Sagaponack is offering happy hour specials with its live music on Friday nights this season. Inlet Seafood in Montauk will close for the season after its lunch service on Nov. 26. It will continue to operate until then Friday through Sunday, opening at noon.
  • At year five, the Parrish Art Museum will celebrate with a community day of activities, a talk about the building's architecture, a benefit cocktail party, and a series of artists talks in the galleries.
  • Guild Hall will greet late fall and the holiday season with a combination of live, recorded, and simulcast entertainment, including this season’s most talked about opera and a holiday sing-along.
  • "Death of a Salesman" is the next production of Literature LIve! at Bay Street Theater.
  • New York’s Print Week, which included the fall sales of editioned works on paper and multiples at the major auction houses early last week and at the International Fine Print Dealers Association’s annual fair over the weekend, featured new records and high visibility for artists associated with the East End.

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