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Hurricanes Finally Fall In Finale

It was a hell of a run for the Westhampton Hurricanes. The locals broke out of the gate undefeated, won 10 in a row, captured the League V title, and took on all comers in Suffolk's suicidal Class A tournament....more>
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New Locale For Toy Store

Greenport's Goldsmith's Toys and Electronics will open its doors on March 3 at 128 Main Street—a space formerly occupied by the Book Scout. "It all just fell into place after what felt like forever searching for a new home for the store," said owner Kathy Halliwell, of her search for a new home for the 34-year-old toy store that took well over a year....more>
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Pioneering Women On The Bay

The single mothers who enter the front doors of The Isabella Housing Foundation in Hampton Bays don't always have the best start in life. Some are unloved, coming from backgrounds rife with drug addiction and abusive partners....more>
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A Chef For All Seasons

Chef Rob Scott always has something cooking, whether it's on the grill or in his head—a swirl of inspiration giving way to one of his Simply Creative culinary fetes that he shares with his eager cooking class demo devotees....more>
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They Love Their Loaves

If loving their loaves is wrong, this group doesn't want to be right. It's just before noon on a Tuesday afternoon and adult program coordinator Donna Valle is rushing about the community room inside Hampton Bays Public Library....more>

On The Beat

More Riverhead Robberies Clerks at gas station-based convenience stores should apply for combat pay. There have been over a dozen of these hybrid businesses robbed over the past couple years in the Riverhead area....more>
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Cost Of Health Care Rising Even More

Worried about how much you've been spending on health care? You should be. Hoping things will stabilize and costs will be brought under control? Good luck with that....more>
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Local Girl Fights Rare Diseases

Jessica Greene, a vivacious brunette and a recent graduate of Kent State University, was enjoying her new career as Senior Research Analyst at Colliers International when she received some devastating news....more>
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Paying Too Much For Medication

Many of us are being charged far more than we legally have to pay for our prescriptions—and our pharmacists not only know it, but are under a "gag order" not to tell us....more>
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Guest Worthy Recipe: Katrina Markoff

WHO: Katrina Markoff, CEO and Founder of Vosges Haut Chocolat INSTAGRAM: @Katrina_Markoff KATRINA'S GUEST WORTHY RECIPE: Ricotta Cheese with Olive Oil and Dark Chocolate WHY? "I first experimented with cheese and chocolate while developing the Rooster truffle....more>
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Sweet Treats: North Fork Chocolate

North Forkers wishing to curb the desire of their sweet tooth need to look no further than Aquebogue. Enter the doors to an entire chocolate room of truffles, bon bons, gourmet desserts, barks and bars—oh my! Banana Fondue, Bourbon, Olive Oil Sea Salt, Root Beer Float, the tantalizing list of delights goes on....more>

Sweet Charities

Sweet Charities

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Trivia Night The Springs Tavern and the East Hampton Little League are hosting Trivia Night with quiz master Paul Johnson tonight from 6:30 to 8 PM....more>
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Honoring Dr. Louis Avvento

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation will host its annual Denim & Diamonds event on Saturday, March 10, from 6:30 to 10 PM, at 230 Elm Street in Southampton....more>
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Reporting From Broadway

Jerry Springer: The Opera For his direction of Urinetown: The Musical, director John Rando garnered his first Tony Award. With Jerry Springer: the Opera, produced by The New Group at the Signature Theater, Rando moves on from pee-pee humor to poo-poo jokes, all befitting a toddler....more>

Coming Attractions

Entertainment Guide

All singing, all dancing? Readings, stagings, and slams? We can't print it if we don't know about it. Send your entertainment events to nicole@indyeastend....more>
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Sylvia Witzenmann, Golden Girl

Hamptons resident and German native, Sylvia Witzenmann, creates wearable art tailored for clientele. A classically trained goldsmith, her jewelry collection has gained popularity....more>
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Partington 'Blurs' Artistic Lines

Tripoli Gallery in Southampton presents "Where, where is the town," a debut solo exhibition for Southampton artist Miles Partington that pieces together a tale of the artist's thoughts....more>

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Email to jessica@indyeastend.com. Laura Westlake The Art Gallery at Quogue Library presents "Laura Westlake: The Art Of The Bird," throughout the month of March....more>
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Academy Honors Artists

Guild Hall presents the Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards Dinner on Monday from 6 to 10 PM at The Rainbow Room in NYC. The night will be hosted by artist and academy president Eric Fischl, along with writer Iris Smyles....more>
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And The Academy Award Goes To . . .

You don't need Nostradamus—you have us. The Independent has been the go-to newspaper for accurate Oscar predictions since our inception, and it is no accident—over the years we hired some of the best film critics in the business, including Ben Kenigsberg, who worked for Indy since he was (literally) a boy....more>
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Jerry's Ink

Why You Must Never Retire

Lately, just about everyone I know has been asking me the same question: "Hey Jerry, you're looking good. When are you going to retire?" This frightens me because I'm thinking they are saying to themselves, "God, Jerry looks terrible....more>

COFFEE STATION CHARACTERS

Like most working people, I make the trek to the store to get coffee on my way to work every morning. Most places have gone the self-service route, which is fine with me....more>

Up Up And Away

There are two stories in this week's edition that reveal some of the many reasons Americans spend far more on our health than we should. The most glaring is the revelation that our own pharmacists are ordered by their employers to refrain from telling customers that they might be paying too much for their prescribed medications....more>
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J. Andreassi Talks Wellness

With the title of my column a few short weeks ago, 'What Matters to You?' I received several story referrals. As Thursday kicks off National Nutrition Month, I wanted to focus on those aiming to eat healthier and focus on how an inner change can begin to pay it forward....more>

The New Kids

The 21st Century is itself an 18-year-old teenager. So beware, Gun Nuts of America, The Kids of the new century are gunnin' for you. These amazing kids born with the new century are on your filthy scent and The Kids are not gonna take the same old crap from the old gun-sick ghouls from the last century anymore....more>

Dear Editor, In the wake of last week's tragedy at the Parkland Florida High School, I participated in a roundtable discussion on School Safety on a special edition of "Everything Matters" with Ed Munoz and David Zere, at the WLINY radio studio....more>

John Edward Hiscock, 84

John Edward Hiscock passed away on January 27 in Florida. He was 84. He was born June 23, 1933, in Bridgehampton, to Oliver and Viola Hiscock. He is survived by his brother, Silas Hiscock, and five children, Jill, Leslie, Jennifer, Bobby, and Sean....more>
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