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Winter specials at The Springs Tavern and Love Bites, an annual regional restaurant and catering tasting event to benefit Katy's Courage.
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“Untrue” attempts to shatter the central fallacy that women find monogamy easier than men. In fact, the opposite is true, Wednesday Martin argues.
John Ely of North Haven died at Stony Brook University Hospital on Jan. 1 of leukemia. He was 70 and had been ill since July.
East Hampton High’s girls basketball team had a chance to win a second game this season — an unheard of feat in recent years — versus hitherto-winless Wyandanch here Saturday, but, in the end, it was not to be.
Production design by Mark Friedberg showcases artwork by his former Springs neighbor Bill Tarr.
With a devotion to Tibetan Buddhist meditation a central tenet of her practice, Hildy Maze is a thoughtful and introspective artist who also needs to earn a living. In the face of a fickle art market, she has become creative in promoting her work to...
A blend of emotion and spectacle, the opera by Francesco Cilea will be simulcast at Guild Hall on Saturday.
Fred McDarrah talk at the Parrish; group shows at White Room, RJD, and Grenning, and new paintings by Eric Dever in Chelsea
Following a year when many men were accused of bad behavior, the Southampton Cultural Center will present Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty” beginning Friday.
An interactive outdoor scavenger hunt has become an annual event enlivening Montauk with “mystery, poetry, theater, and exploration.”
A lot of my favorite cookbooks and authors are soul and Southern: Edna Lewis, Lee Bailey, James Villas, and Julia Reed.
The Watermill Center will launch a new series of intimate biweekly presentations by the center’s community fellows, staff members, and alumni, on Wednesday.