A weekly series of drive-in movies will begin with a screening of the Pixar animated feature “Inside Out” on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Cooper’s Beach in Southampton Village.
The indie post-punk revivalist band the Killers will perform an invitation-only show at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Saturday.
The most recent water test results from the Concerned Citizens of Montauk have shown high levels of bacteria in several bodies of water in Montauk, Amagansett, and East Hampton.
The Vassar Haiti Project and Christ Episcopal Church will open a Haitian art and handcraft sale to benefit the remote village of Chermaitre in that country this weekend.
The party is still several days away but revelers can get in on the action early by bidding online in the Watermill Center's Time Bomb auction.
The LGBT Network has opened the first program on the East End specifically designed to combat the spread of H.I.V.
Sampling performed by officials from the State University at Stony Brook has confirmed the presence of a cyanobacteria bloom, or blue-green algae, in Wainscott Pond.
This summer, the Hayground School's camp is hosting a new summer music series of weekly concerts on Wednesday night. Each week, a new musical guest will spend a day with the campers, and then perform for the public.
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Visiting hours for Christian Bermeo, 28, will be held on Wednesday evening, and a funeral will be held Thursday morning.
Lois Wright celebrated her 90th birthday on Monday with close friends at the Windmill Village in East Hampton.
A malfunction with an aerial shell made for an abbreviated display, according to the Montauk Chamber of Commerce, which sponsors the fireworks.
Coast Guard Station Shinnecock in Hampton Bays will have an open house on Saturday at which visitors can get up close to the equipment and personnel keeping commercial and recreational fishermen and boaters safe.
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That blue or green light blinking behind you as you drive is a volunteer trying to get to an emergency call — and it could be at your house or for your loved one.
Accabonac Harbor will be the subject of a panel forum on Tuesday at Ashawagh Hall at 6 p.m. organized by the Accabonac Protection Committee.