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Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is accepting applications for its summer college internship program, with positions for acting apprentices and in scenic stagecraft, lighting and sound, wardrobe, box office, arts administration, marketing,...
Christmas is coming and garden shops and nurseries already have begun selling fir trees. You’ve seen them everywhere. For the most part, when the holidays are over they are allowed to dry out on firewood piles, used by municipalities to shore up...
Chris Pfund, when he began Friday morning to talk about the looming end of the Montauk Bike Shop, which he is liquidating after 31 years, choked up a bit.
The search for perfect holiday gifts can test your imagination, shopping stamina, and, above all, patience.
Montauk’s sandy soil was never all that good for farming. The highlands that give the topography there its undulating form were the result of heaps of stone and sediment (till) kicked over by the last glacier some 11,000 years ago.
"My story, my relationship with the Hamptons, goes back a long way."
East Hampton’s own Willem de Kooning broke a personal record last week, but this year’s fall auction sales could be best remembered for what didn’t move.
Five houses demonstrating stellar examples of historical and modern architecture and design will open their doors on Saturday to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.
So farewell then, multiculturalism. It seems you’ve been dumped, alongside pet rocks and fondue sets, as yet another 1970s fad.
“Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play,” was adapted by Joe Landry from the book by Hugh Wheeler and songs by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. It will open with a performance Friday evening and continue on weekends through Dec. 9.
Tenor sax legend will perform at East Hampton Presbyterian Church Session House on Saturday.
“Little Light,” a new play by resident artist Marina Gregory, reflects on time and family.
Lucky for turkeys, the wild turkey hunting season is brief. It opened last week and closes on Friday, Nov. 30.