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  • Love Bites; "Delicious Destinations" stops off in East Hampton; Jackson Pollock's 106th celebrated at Springs Tavern, one of his former haunts when it was Jungle Pete's; art night continues
  • Of the approximately 60 exhibitors in this year’s Outsider Art Fair, which will open at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea next Thursday, two, Norman Brosterman and Mark Wilson, are from East Hampton.
  • Drawing botanicals at the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons and “ColorPop,” a group show, at Folioeast
  • It’s always happy hour at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack for police officers and first responders who present their current badges or other identification to the bartender on duty. Perks include $5 shots, $6.25 garbage fries, $5.50 nachos, $6 wings, and beer and wine specials. The 1770 House in East Hampton is offering several dining deals through April 19. From Sundays through Thursdays, except holidays, a $35 three-course prix fixe menu will be available, as will $9 wine and $5 beer selections.
  • There will be no post-holiday letdown at Guild Hall thanks to a slate of January programs ranging from the risk-taking theater of the JDT Lab to The Met: Live in HD to film screenings hosted by Carl Bernstein and Isabella Rossellini.
  • A Hamptons Theatre Company production of David Ives’s play “Venus in Fur,” which opens next Thursday, could hardly be timelier.
  • The Sag Harbor Partnership will present a screening of “The Tree Prophet,” a film by Christian Scheider and Tucker Marder, on Saturday in Sag Harbor.
  • The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton has invited painters, mixed-media artists, photographers, and sculptors to submit work for “Flow,” an exhibition that will be on view there from Jan. 26 through Feb. 11. “Dan Flavin, to Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, Master Potters,” the first exhibition to bring together Flavin’s work with that of the two renowned European ceramicists, is on view at the Vito Schnabel Gallery in St. Moritz, Switzerland, through Feb. 4.
  • The summer season at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will feature three plays steeped in political issues that are timely as well as timeless.
  • Four grants totaling $125,000 will support Guild Hall's educational programming and the digitization and interpretation of its permanent collection.

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