Time, the cliché goes, heals all wounds. But there are some wounds that cannot, and should not, ever be healed. The Holocaust is one of them.
The Holocaust provides a daunting challenge to artists of all stripes: How do you speak the unspeakable, how do you depict evil in its purist form.
“The Diary of Anne Frank,” both as a piece of literature and as a theater piece, on view at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, is one answer to that artistic challenge.
A Springs man who police said held up a liquor store early Saturday evening was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Tuesday in front of Justice Catherine A. Cahill on a felony charge of robbery in the first degree.
John X. Tracy, 19, entered a not guilty plea through his attorney, John O’Brien of Burke and O’Brien in Noyac.