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I am always looking for cool stuff. I have what you call the acquisition gene. To spin on the Latin: Veni, vidi, Visa. Lucky for me, my acquisition gene is nurtured through an additional kind of “shopping”: taking pictures for The Star. Veni, vidi . . . voro? It’s not the same kind of shopping, but it’s easier on the pocketbook and that hungry gene can be fooled.
Some 50 mentors from a range of professions — including elected officials, artists, writers, photographers, graphic designers, a veterinarian, chefs, and police officers — talked about their careers with East Hampton High School sophomores on Tuesday morning.
The big annual shoe sale is on. A huge room filled with tables of countless pairs of shoes is either your idea of hell or your idea of heaven. If you want to stop reading now, you are in the first category. If you are in the second, I really don’t need to preach to your choir, but if you are new to the area, here goes.
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Baking and produce contests, dog tricks, an egg toss, and a prettiest chicken pageant made for a fun day at the fifth annual Springs Agricultural Fair at Ashawagh Hall on Saturday.
To think of the Bridgehampton Lions Club’s Carving Contest as a mere jack-o-lantern challenge would be to vastly underestimate the talent on display at the annual event.
Emerging acting talent and a lifetime of career achievement were both recognized on Saturday at the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Day two of the Hamptons International Film Festival featured the star power of Jennifer Garner and Armie Hammer.
A backyard barbecue and tunes by popular local musicians was a recipe for success for the Sag Harbor Partnership's Turnpike Block Party on Sunday night, the finale of a successful Harborfest weekend.