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Bacharach: Love & Anger

Burt Bacharach, 78, one of the world's preeminent popular music composers, is "pissed off." And that's good news for music fans. His anger -- pointed directly at the current administration in Washington -- fueled a terrific new album called At This Time, a jazzy, lush concept piece that flashes the trademark Bacharach gift for melody and much more....more>

Thought For The Day

Today: It is desirable for you to be adored and loved. Unfortunately, others find you undesirable. Birthday: Roseanne Cash (1955) Watch out for: a violent attack of the runs Be grateful: your parents didn't have other ugly children Tomorrow: As the summer winds begin to blow and the summer sun begins to bake, remember the stench emanating from your shorts is only going to get worse....more>

Guild Hall Seeks Volunteers

The Friends of Guild Hall are looking for volunteers. All those who are interested are welcome at the annual general membership meeting next Tuesday at 10 a....more>


Joey is a five-year old neutered male rottie mix. He is a pet from the R.S.V.P. Outreach program that provides free spay-neuter services for low-income neighborhoods....more>

Kids Reel

Even though Keeping up with the Steins managed to get "two thumbs up" from famous critics, I think it was just okay; and I was interested in the subject matter....more>

Strictly Business

Deadline for submissions is noon on Friday. Exquisitely Finished Interiors Mark M. Molin Exquisitely Finished Interiors, a full-service residential interior design specializing in high-end finishes, has launched a new website mmminteriors....more>

Americana Mortgage Merger

Hamptons State Bank and Americana Mortgage Group have announced their merger. Americana Mortgage, a residential and commercial mortgage broker that has served the Hamptons since 1996 will have a locally staffed, on-site mortgage center at Hamptons State Bank's headquarters on Windmill Lane in Southampton....more>

Game Dork

A Soldier's Story Searching For 'Electropants' In 'Modern Combat' "Battlefield 2: Modern Combat" is so good that when I first popped it into my Xbox 360, it stole an entire spring Sunday from me....more>

My GayView

Nothing Lasts Forever Men grow cold as girls grow old And we all lose our charms in the end. But square cut or pear shaped These rocks don't lose their shape....more>

Indy Shrink

Opening Your Mind This week's New York Times Magazine section had a very interesting article on the interaction of the mind and the brain under the title "My Pain My Brain....more>

Now Serving

Deadline for submissions is noon on Friday. Jazz Sundays At Southampton Inn The Southampton Inn will kick off its summer jazz series this Sunday from 3 to 7 p....more>

Sweet Charities

Artsy Happenings The Springs Improvement Society will hold its annual Memorial Day art show and party at Ashawagh Hall on Friday. The proceeds from ticket and art sales will go to the maintenance of the Hall....more>

Night Moves

Jazz At Co Co's Pianist Jane Hastay and bassist Peter Martin Weiss will perform every Friday night at Co Co's Restaurant at The Maidstone Arms Inn, 207 Main Street, East Hampton from 7 to 11 p....more>

Older & Wiser

WHY A TRUST? A Trust is a significant and flexible estate planning tool which meets a wide variety of estate planning goals. I like to think of a Trust as a bucket which holds things of value: your assets, bank accounts, investment accounts and your tangible personal property, for example....more>

The Good The Bad The Ugly

The Da Vinci Code Withheld from critics until three days before opening, The Da Vinci Code reportedly unspooled simultaneously across the globe last week: The New York press had its first screening Tuesday afternoon, while the press corps in Cannes saw it at around the same time (although it was after dark there)....more>

Independent Dining Guide

27 Lobster and Surf Shack (Amagansett 267-6980) Seafood fresh off the boat and more than 30 tropical and frozen drinks are complemented by live music....more>

Hamptons Daze

The Housewarming Party Memorial Day weekend has arrived. It's the start of the summer season. Who wouldn't want to start it off with a housewarming party? We are East Hampton girls born and raised, named Veronica and Jameson, who now reside in the fabulous Hampton Bays....more>

In The Gallery

The Grenning Gallery, 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor "Paul Rafferty: Figures In East End Landscape" A funny thing happened on the way to the Marine Museum....more>


Week of May 24, 2006 ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) The love vibe is still out there, so catch it if you can. Powerful emotions are all over the place this week; do your best to not get caught up in someone else's uproar....more>

A Season Of Stars

Wynton Marsalis, Dennis Miller, Mercedes Ruehl. The New York City Opera, Charles Darwin, The Who's Tommy. The list goes on. And what a list it is. The music and theater scene comes alive on the East End this summer when Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theatre, East Hampton's Guild Hall, and the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center bring big-time glamour and smaller gems to their stages....more>

bla bla blog

Have you ever wanted to have a blog of your own? Or have you ever wondered, what the heck is a blog anyway? "Blog" is an abbreviation of "weblog." It describes a website that contains frequently updated information....more>

Main Course

A Seafood Spot That Offers More Nothing says summer like al fresco dining in the Hamptons. A recent visit to Oakland's Restaurant and Marina in Hampton Bays proved that good food is best served with a great view....more>

Coming Attractions

Please note our deadline for submissions is Friday at noon. E-mail them to or fax to 324-2351. Art Every Picture Tells A Story Photographer Steven Klein has created some of the most memorable, iconic images of our time by subverting our notions of glamour, fame, and beauty....more>

Indy Gossip & Whispers

She walked in quietly and alone, a veil shielding her face from view. Perhaps she had come to pine for the man she once loved, hoping one more glimpse would satisfy her loved-starved heart....more>

Between The Covers

What Gael Greene serves up in her latest book more than suggests that identity may be defined not only by what you eat but "whom." Insatiable: Tales from a Life of Delicious Excess, takes its title from Greene's (in)famous food column "The Insatiable Critic" for New York Magazine....more>
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