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Ross Students 'Mix It Up' With Fashion For ARF And Scholarship Fund

by Eileen Casey
Within The Hedges - Ross School students in grades eight through 12 presented a student-organized Holiday Fashion Show in collaboration with Intermix in East Hampton. Proceeds from the event will go to the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) and the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund.

Shinnecock Winter Festival Showcases Culture, Customs And Handiwork

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Step away from the rushing and hustle of the holiday season and take the family over to the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum. Built in 2001, the museum is a place where you can go back to a time when Native Americans up and down the East Coast cultivated a thriving culture that dates back 10,000 years.

Student Artists Shine In New East End Stories Exhibition

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The Parrish Art Museum celebrated the opening of their newest exhibition, “East End Stories: Students Explore Our Creative Heritage” on Saturday, Dec. 13 to a packed house of student artists from across the East End and their parents, families, and friends. The day was the culmination of months of work for students and their art teachers who rose to meet the challenge of creating art that directly related to a piece from the museum's permanent collection.

Bay Street Theatre Hosts First Annual Holiday Concert And Sing-A-Long

by Eileen Casey
Within The Hedges - The Bay Street Theatre played host to the First Annual Holiday Sing-A-Long coordinated and produced by pianist Brenda Landrum with a performance by Irish tenor Ciaran Sheehan, and emceed by Bill McCuddy.

Children's Museum Merrymakers First To Ring In 2009

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - As adults all over the Hamptons were finishing up a day at the office and getting ready for a long night out, some 150 children under eight started celebrating 2009 early at the Children's Museum of the East End's (CMEE) first ever “Ball Drop.”

Polar Bears Take A New Year's Plunge In Montauk

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - To get the new year started with a splash, a group of about 40 at Gurney's Inn Resort & Spa in Montauk held their annual Polar Bear Dip under the watchful eye of the Spa's resident registered nurse, Susan Yunker.

Sold-Out Little Feat Show A Blues-Rock Jam In Westhampton Beach

by Kelly Carroll
Within The Hedges - It may be the beginning of January, and it may have been fairly cold this weekend, but it couldn’t have gotten any hotter inside the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Saturday night, as blues-rock ensemble Little Feat brought the sold-out East End crowd down South with their original and eclectic sound.

Antiques & Art At The Armory Hosts Gala Benefit For The Yale Center For Dyslexia And Creativity

Within The Hedges - The evening, hosted and attended by Hamptons residents, began with the unveiling of a special gallery installation raised significant funds for the newly opened research center and showcased the diverse collections from over 70 dealers featured in Antiques & Arts at the Armory.

Mamalee Rose And Friends Rock The Stephen Talkhouse

by Eileen Casey
Within The Hedges - Mamalee Rose and Friends rocked The Stephen Talkhouse on Friday, Jan. 9, at the 8 p.m. show. Arlethia Lawler or Mamalee as she is known in the music world, and her band - including husband Jimmy (on drums) and daughter Rose (on vocals) has been entertaining audiences on the East End for more than 20 years.

Snow Doesn't Deter Fans Of Civil Rights Legend, Activist Bob Zellner

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - Despite the snow and treacherous road conditions on Saturday, friends and fans of local civil rights activist and author Bob Zellner filled the spacious living room of Jim and Kathleen Schwartz in their North Sea home as he addressed his long-standing commitment to social justice and his estimation of what the future holds with the upcoming inauguration of President-Elect Barack Obama.

Obama Inaugural Wows Overflowing Crowd Watching Big Screen At Bay Street

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Just as our nation’s capitol was mobbed with enthusiastic crowds of ecstatic Americans celebrating the inauguration of our 44th president, so too was Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor where it seemed the entire community turned out to revel in President Obama’s ascension to this country’s highest office, filling the community theater to standing room only capacity.

Love On Display At Southampton Historical Museum

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - On a bone chilling Saturday love was in the air in Southampton at the Rogers Mansion home to the Southampton Historical Museum for the opening of two very special and very site perfect exhibitions truly filled with love.

OLA And Youth Generation Throw Benefit At Town Line BBQ

by Eileen Casey
Within The Hedges - The East End's Latino organization OLA has added a new youthful voice to its organization - OLA YG (Youth Generation). Both organizations held a benefit at Town Line BBQ in Bridgehampton on Sunday, Jan. 25.

Southampton Dems Celebrate At Local Inaugural Ball

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - As the nation watched newly sworn-in President Obama dance with the First Lady at home, a few hundred fun-loving folks celebrated history at the Southampton Inn's Inaugural Ball.

Supporters Turn Out En Masse For Rockin' For The Homeless Benefit

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The streets of Riverhead and much of the East End were covered in ice as temps dipped well below freezing but that didn't stop over 400 people from heading to Polish Hall in Riverhead for the “Rockin' for the Homeless” benefit concert for Maureen's Haven Homeless Outreach. The evening was part cocktail party complete with kielbasa and sauerkraut, part Chinese Auction with over 50 prizes on the block, and part rock concert with three of Long Island's hottest bands.

Guild Hall Opens Doors To First Of Two Student Art Exhibitions

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Guild Hall opened its doors Saturday to the 17th Annual Student Art Festival, welcoming friends and family to come and see the work of over 2,500 area students from nine schools in grades Kindergarten through eighth.

Kick-Off Party For Guild Hall Gala

Within The Hedges - Renee and Richard Steinberg of East Hampton recently hosted an intimate cocktail party at The Core Club to kick-off Guild Hall’s 24th Annual Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards. Academy-Award winning screenwriter Marshall Brickman will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the upcoming gala.

Industry, Politics, And Wall Street On The Walls At Delaney Cooke Gallery

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - A new show, “Industry, Politics, and Wall Street” which opened at the Delaney Cooke Gallery in January and runs through Feb. 28 provides local audiences with a fascinating but tiny overview of the work of this man who literally gives us an eye on the last 100 years.

Sharing Stories Of The Rich And Infamous At OSO

by Edward Callaghan
Within The Hedges - OSO launched a winter program entitled, “Dinner And ...” featuring informal conversations to be conducted over an elegant evening at dinner with notables that define Hamptons culture. To kick-off the program, Dede Gotthelf invited legendary Hamptons’ chronicler Dan Rattiner to read from his best selling book, ”In The Hamptons: My 50 Years with Farmers, Fishermen, Billionaires and Celebrities.”

Bay Street Theatre's Cabaret @ The Bay Is The Perfect Culmination For Any Saturday

by Colin M. Graham
Within The Hedges - Here on the East End, there aren’t many places these days where you and some friends can go to enjoy an hour or two of some quality live entertainment in the kind of cozy and intimate space reminiscent of the piano bars that dotted metropolitan areas during the mid to early part of the 20th century. Luckily, this past Valentine’s Day, Bay Street Theatre hosted the first night of Cabaret @ The Bay, a regular Saturday night series starting at 10 p.m.

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