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Parrish's Two Forks And A Cork Gets Rave Endorsement With Record Turnout

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Roughly 295 people turned out for an evening of wine tastings, live jazz and artisanal foods to celebrate the fifth annual Two Forks and a Cork event on Friday. The event, which brought in nearly 100 more people than it did in the previous year, was supported in part by the Museum’s Business Council chaired by Donald Sullivan.

It Was All Aboard The High Seas As Guests' Spirits Soared In Support Of The Children's School

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - Hundreds of supporters gathered at Hampton Hall for The Children's School's annual fundraiser to celebrate the achievements of the school, its founding director Kathy Bishop, and dedicated staff whose unconditional support has allowed the school to thrive some 31 years.

Liza Headlines Guild Hall Reopening Set For Memorial Day Weekend

Within The Hedges - This Memorial Day weekend, following two years of extensive renovations, Guild Hall is officially re-opening the John Drew Theater, one of the most exciting and beloved venues on eastern Long Island. Liza Minnelli, the iconic legendary star of stage and screen, fresh from her sold-out Broadway Show re-opens the John Drew Theater with a live performance on Saturday, May 23.

Cocktail Party In Appreciation Of This Year's Parrish Art Museum's 'Spring Fling' Organizers

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Now that Spring is officially in the air the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton has begun preparation for their annual Spring Fling event that is set for May 2.

Grey Gardens Screening Brings Beales' Descent To Life

by Christy Smith
Within The Hedges - Martha Stewart, Lorraine Bracco, Dick Cavett, Jane Wenner, Washington D.C. power couple journalist Sally Quinn and former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, producers Lucy Barzun Donnelly, Rachael Horowitz and first-time director Michael Sucsy were among the audience at the Goose Creek premiere of HBO Films "Grey Gardens."

Spring Benefit For Amaryllis Farm Corrals Local Support

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - The Wolffer Estate vineyard was the site of an early spring fund raiser for the Hamptons based Amaryllis Farm Equine Rescue organization. Dedicated to public education and putting an end to equine slaughter, Amaryllils was founded in June 2005 in memory of the founder's horse, Rascal. To date the farm has saved 85 horses, ponies and mules.

The Naked Stage Offers Sneak Preview Of Marathon Readings

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - As part of their on-going “Dinner And…” series, guests at OSO Restaurant at the Southampton Inn enjoyed a fabulous dinner prepared by Executive Chef Bryan Naylor and a sneak peek at what Guild Hall’s The Naked Stage has to offer during their Naked Stage Marathon starting next weekend.

Erika Duncan And Herstory: Archived And Accessible

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - On April 20, the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University hosted a reception celebrating the installation into the University Libraries Special Collections of the archives of Sag Harbor's Erika Duncan - specifically the over 2,000 women that she helped inspire to find the words of their lives because of Duncan's “Herstory Writers Workshops.”

Parrish Art Museum Midsummer Party Honors Trustee Dorothy Lichtenstein

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - The highlight of the Hamptons summer social season has always been the Parrish Art Museum's Midsummer Party. This year the special honoree was the much respected and beloved Dorothy Lichtenstein, making the evening a not-to-be-missed event.

'Nowhere To Hide' Makes First Run For The Roses

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - Topping Kentucky Derby celebrations in the Hamptons was the last minute inclusion of 'Nowhere To Hide,' Kentucky bred and owned by Barnes and Noble Chairman Leonard Riggio, hailing from My Meadowview Farm of Water Mill.

Villagers Step Out For Parrish Spring Fling

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Over 400 art-minded supporters turned out for the Parrish Art Museum's annual Spring Fling, dubbed Spring Swing this year, as partygoers danced the night away to Big Band inspired tunes and nibbled the tasty treats of Sant Ambroeus.

Community Outreach Supports 'Time For Teens'

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - The community rallied to support the Time For Teens spring fundraiser held annually in Southampton as part of the organization's community outreach program to aid teens with the grieving process when they have lost a loved one thanks to the leadership of Laraine Gordon.

Friends And Family Turn Out For Third Annual Mary D. Belesis Memorial Event For The Lustgarten Foundation

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - For the third year in a row, the Southampton community turned out to remember a much loved and respected neighbor, the late Mary D. Belesis, and to raise money for an organization searching for the cause of the pancreatic cancer that took Mary's life after a very brief illness.

WINNER: 'The Cove' Wins Academy Award For Best Documentary Feature

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - Editor's Note: We thought our readers might like to read an article from last May on this year's winner for Best Documentary Feature at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards - “The Cove,” which premiered at Guild Hall in East Hampton last May, and was introduced by Alec Baldwin. Congratulations!

Songs For The New Depression: Musicians/Singers Siegal And Axelrod Chase Away Recession Blues

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - OSO at Southampton Inn continued its successful “Dinner and…” series with a special presentation that helped recession weary diners laugh at bailouts, chuckle at the absurdity of Madoff and forget for a moment their shrinking IRA accounts while savoring an elegant three-course dinner.

Jennifer Holliday Storms The Beach For Miracle House

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - What better way to slide into summer than on a gorgeous deck overlooking the Atlantic? That is exactly how the evening began for those who were lucky enough to score a ticket on Saturday, May 23 to the Annual Miracle House Memorial Day Summer Kick-off, at the ultra-exclusive Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club, with musical guest Jennifer Holliday.

Philanthropy Is A Picnic For Planned Parenthood Patrons

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - Under the canopy of a very large tent, the festivities were accentuated by displays of designer picnic tables and picnic baskets that could be bid on as part of a silent auction. Uniquely themed, the tables ran the gambit from understated elegance to wildly opulent and eccentric.

Have A Heart Offers A Little Something For Everyone

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - The creative forces behind the two pronged benefit for Have A Heart this Saturday, May 30, came up with an ingenious plan to allow everyone to participate at whatever level they could by offering two opportunities for the community to support their upcoming programs for children.

SYS Hosts An Evening On The Silver Screen Soiree

by Eileen Casey
Within The Hedges - The Southampton Youth Services (SYS) summer soiree celebrated an evening on the silver screen at Wainscott Studios on Satuday, June 6. The event honored Norman Peck of The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation.

A Legacy Remembered At The 35th Annual Timothy Hill Children's Ranch Benefit

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Within The Hedges - No parent should ever have to bury their child. It is a nightmare unfathomable, and a heartache unbearable. It is a horror that can shroud a family in sadness for generations. Or perhaps, as was the case for the parents of Timothy Hill, it crystallizes a clarity of purpose that creates an indomitable legacy in memory of a life of great promise, too soon lost.

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