Nov 20 2017 - 6:38pm

Christopher Walsh
Technical aspects and proximity to the Long Island Power Authority’s substation on Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton make Beach Lane in Wainscott an excellent potential landing site for the transmission cable that would run from the proposed offshore South Fork Wind Farm, officials said.
Christopher Walsh
A celebrated, if unusual, component of East Hampton’s history will be dispersed, one piece at a time, starting Friday at 10 a.m. when an estate sale is held at Grey Gardens.
Christopher Walsh
The bay scallop population in town waterways has experienced a modest rebound after two consecutive years that were assessed as “not great,” “bleak,” “very bad,” and “horrible.”
David E. Rattray
Holly M. Kinyon stunned a crowd of about 125 people at an auction house in Potsdam, N.Y., on Saturday, winning both a rare 1776 printing of the Declaration of Independence and a related cache of printed documents, wills, and family papers linked to East Hampton.
Taylor K. Vecsey
A former Sag Harbor volunteer is suing the Village of Sag Harbor, saying he was improperly terminated after complaining about an alleged assault by a fellow firefighter. He seeks nearly $1.3 million in damages.
Judy D’Mello
Susan Gandolfo MacNeill recently self-published a book titled “Grover and Elizabeth: An Amagansett Tragedy," about a family's history with Huntington's disease.
Christopher Walsh
A small but important component of East Hampton Town’s transition to renewable energy will be detailed at Town Hall during a meeting of the town board’s energy sustainability advisory committee on Monday at 5 p.m.
David E. Rattray
The East Hampton Town Board is set to approve the sale of a town-owned property that could become a new school bus facility.

Film Festival 2017

Jennifer Landes
The Hamptons International Film Festival announced its award winners on Monday morning, including a narrative film from Iceland and a documentary from Spain.
Star Staff
Filmmakers were in the spotlight on Sunday at the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Judy D’Mello
Set in the 1960s, "Novitiate" examines a radical time in Catholic history through the story of a girl who becomes a nun.
Christopher Walsh
Review: is a powerful biography of the 36th President of the United States, thrust into the presidency by Kennedy’s assassination in November 1963.
Jackie Pape
Emerging acting talent and a lifetime of career achievement were both recognized on Saturday at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Daily Grind

Carissa Katz
People began to line up at 8 Friday morning to be among the first admitted to an estate sale at Grey Gardens.
Star Staff
On a day trip spearheaded by East Hampton Girl Scout Troop 1768, high school students traveled to Bay Shore to help build a Habitat for Humanity house on Nov. 4.
Carissa Katz
The application deadline for the Talley scholarship is Friday. Applicants must be residents of East Hampton Town.

The Arts

Mark Segal
A new opera by Victoria Bond celebrates an early radical feminist whose story has ties to East Hampton through Henry Ward Beecher, the son of Lyman Beecher.
Judy D’Mello
Somewhere in the world, an Arthur Miller play is always being performed. Nearby, in Sag Harbor, it happens to be “Death of a Salesman” at Bay Street Theater, running now through Nov. 25.
Jennifer Landes
It is not too much of a stretch to see Emily Cheng’s “Immensity of Particles,” and Marianne Weil’s “After Argos” at Ille Arts in Amagansett as evocative of the interior of a church or cathedral.
Mark Segal
The Springs Community Theater is moving in new directions this weekend with “A Night of Vaudeville” tomorrow and Saturday at 230 Elm in Southampton, 17 miles west of its usual home at the Springs Presbyterian Church.
Mark Segal
“What the Hell?” at the White Room Gallery; “Off the Wall” at Christy’s Art Center; Halband at Southampton Arts Center; Perrottet at Art Space 98; Holiday Show at Grenning
Star Staff
“Liberty Ladies — A Musical Revue,” a program created and performed by Valerie diLorenzo to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State, will take place Sunday afternoon at 3 at the Southampton Arts Center.

Food

Laura Donnelly
In the late 1970s and early ’80s I worked for National Public Radio in Washington, D.C. Every year around this time, our beloved “All Things Considered” host Susan Stamberg would share her mother’s recipe, Mama Stamberg’s Cranberry Relish, with her listeners. “Mama” Stamberg got credit for this wildly popular concoction until the true inventor, Craig Claiborne, gently reminded Susan that it was his recipe from a 1959 New York Times column. In 1993, Mr. Claiborne told Mrs. Stamberg: “I am simply delighted. We have gotten more mileage, you and I, out of that recipe than almost anything I’ve printed.”
Jennifer Landes
Townline BBQ in Sagaponack is offering happy hour specials with its live music on Friday nights this season. Inlet Seafood in Montauk will close for the season after its lunch service on Nov. 26. It will continue to operate until then Friday through Sunday, opening at noon.
Laura Donnelly
I love Bloody Marys but seldom drink them. They seem to be kind of a meal in a glass, thick and spicy with bits and bobs of horseradish, a celery stick, perhaps an olive on a toothpick, like watered down cocktail sauce with booze in it.

Sports

Jack Graves
The Montauk Rugby Club, with an impressive 60-29 rout of the Suffolk R.C. at East Hampton’s Herrick Park Saturday, finished the Empire Geographical Union’s fall Division III season at 3-5, though had the team been at full strength throughout the campaign, Rich Brierley, the Sharks’ coach, agreed that it could have gone undefeated.
Jack Graves
The fall indoor season wound up at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett Saturday night with victories by Liga Sayausi in the open men’s final, by La Tri in the over-38 men’s final, and by A.D.N. in the open women’s championship game.
Jack Graves
In recent postseason action, the East Hampton High School boys cross-country team, the county Class B champion, followed form by placing ninth last weekend at the state meet.
Larry Penny
One of my long-term hobbies is counting the vehicles that pass east and west in front of my house two or three times a day, but almost always at noon and 6 in the evening. The latter count is now in the dark, but the noon count is fully lighted and I can separate the vehicles into various categories: sedans, S.U.V.s, pickups, buses, government vehicles, and trucks of various kinds. It’s something I’ve been doing off and on since 1980.
Jon M. Diat
I like cold weather. I always have. But the wicked change in temperatures this past weekend was truly jarring for me. Just a few days prior to the freezing conditions, which were enhanced by the bitter northwesterly wind, I was walking around in shorts and a light T-shirt. I was reluctant to say goodbye to our warm weather.