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Now Down To Four: Jacob Lusk Sings Goodbye And Haley Reinhart Hits A 'Homer' On 'American Idol'

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - Now down to four, Jacob Lusk is voted off on Thursday. On Wednesday's show, the five remaining "American Idol" contestants hit the stage, and after some sound advice from the judges, guest Sheryl Crow, and 'Idol' contestant mentor Jimmy Iovine, the 'Fabulous Five' performed two songs each.

'Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power' At Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Main Articles - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will open a ground-breaking and provocative new exhibit that will illustrate the important roles women have played in rock and roll, from its inception through today.

2011 Fred And Adele Astaire Awards Nominees Announced

by Edward Callaghan
Main Articles - "Catch Me If You Can" led the pack in scoring six nominations for the 29th Annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards. The nominees were announced by choreographer and director Lee Roy Reams at a special reception.

'American Idol' - Contestants Feel The Heat And Casey Abrams 'Scats' Off

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - The six remaining "American Idol" contestants were instructed to perform songs written by the legendary songwriter and performer Carole King on Wednesday's program, and Thursday saw the elimination of Casey Abrams.

Yoko Ono Joins The Knot Violence Exhibition Tour

Main Articles - The Non-Violence Project, (NVP) is pleased to announce the world premiere of the Knot-Violence Exhibition Tour, which will feature non-violence sculptures interpreted by world personalities, youth from around the world as well as local youth from each city where the Exhibition is presented.

WHBPAC Board Elects New Officers

Main Articles - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center announced that, after 14 years, Len Conway has stepped down as Chairman and President of the Board of Directors.

Southampton Youth Bureau's 7th Annual Photography Contest

Main Articles - The Southampton Town Youth Bureau 7th annual Photography Contest for middle and high school students.

ARTrageous Collaborates With World Renowned Artist April Gornik

Main Articles - April Gornik opened up her Sag Harbor studio to paint with foster kids to create artwork for auction.

Neil Patrick Harris Leads An All Star Cast Of Stephen Sondheim's 'Company'

Main Articles - Neil Patrick Harris leads an all-star cast of Stephen Sondheim's "Company" with The New York Philharmonic.

'War Horse' Arrives At Lincoln Center

Main Articles - A special fundraiser was held at Lincoln Center on April 5 for The National Theatre of Great Britain.

Bay Street Kicked Off 20th Season With Spring Benefit

Main Articles - Bay Street Theatre celebrated the kickoff to its 20th Season with a Spring Benefit.

IDOL UPDATE: 'American Idol' Rocks On

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - So if you watched last night you know that fan favorite Paul McDonald of the distinctive voice and beautiful smile, came dangerously close to being sent home.

Guild Hall's 26th Academy Of The Arts Awards

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - Last week Guild Hall's Academy of the Arts bestowed their Lifetime Achievement Awards on four very worthy Hamptonians.

UPDATED: Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright And Sag Harbor Resident Lanford Wilson Dies At 73

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and Sag Harbor resident Lanford Wilson succumbed to complications from pneumonia, and died on Thursday, March 24, 2011, in Wayne, NJ. He was 73 years old.

East Hampton Town Announces Formation Of Media Advisory Committee

Main Articles - The Town of East Hampton has announced the formation of the Media Advisory Committee (MAC) and the website FilmtheHamptons.org.

Bideawee Annual Student Art Expo

Main Articles - Bideawee, Inc., the leading pet adoption and animal welfare organization serving Long Island and New York metropolitan area communities, held it's Third Annual “Love Your Pet Art Contest & Expo."

Remembering 'The Day The Music Died'

by Nicole A. Flotteron
Main Articles - The date of February 3, 2011 marked the 52nd anniversary of what musician Don McLean referred to as “The Day The Music Died” in his chart topping song “American Pie.”

Rick Friedman Launches ArtHamptons

by Gina Giordan
Main Articles - Rick Friedman, director of a brand new hip Hamptons art event, ArtHamptons, is on hand to talk about some of the important art that will displayed and sold at the show through July 13. ArtHamptons will be held on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society.

The Things that Remain the Same

by Mary Cummings
Main Articles - Red Geraniums, Maidstone tennis, the hemline debate, navy blazers, country club colors, tyrants and tycoons, social code, Tom Wolfe, Brooks Brothers, golf at Shinnecock Hills, Lily Pulitzer, and cigars; these are just some of the elements that remain the same. Dreadnaughts do still exist

Robert Motherwell's Life in the Hamptons

by Mary Cummings
Main Articles - Certain qualities made Motherwell an important liaison between the Europeans and the community of young New York artists who came together on the East End, but he was suspect by those who thought him too cerebral and too class-conscious to make authentic art. (He drove a classic MG convertible and eventually joined the upper-crust Maidstone Club.)

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