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Salads With A Festive Twist

Wrap For Wine Class, Until Spring

Michael Cohen, wine director at The 1770 House restaurant in East Hampton, was the guest presenter at the wine tasting class at Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits on December 9. The sold-out class, “Shop it Like a Somm: Wines for Your Celebration Table That Won’t Break the Bank,” was the last in the fall series. A new series of classes will begin in the spring. KIM COVELL

‘It’s A Wonderful Life,’ Take Two

Get into the holiday spirit on Sunday evening at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, where “It’s A Wonderful Life,” adapted by Joe Landry, will stage for the second time this season—but with a brand new cast and director. With 88.3 WPPB’s morning radio host Bonnie Grice at the helm, a troupe of 13 will perform the 1940s classic, standing at microphones and reading off scripts the way it was done in the radio network studios. For those who cannot attend in person, a broadcast will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on 88.3 FM, times to be announced. The cast includes Bill Baker, Gene Casey, Cate and Cindy Clifford, Thom D’Angelo, Rob Florio, Ed German, Kristin Guldi, Michael Horn, Joe Lauro, Matt Senese, Amie Sponza and Lauren Ware. The production starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $30 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds benefits Maureen’s Haven. For more information, visit suffolktheater.com. TOM KOCHIE

Salads With A Festive Twist

Wrap For Wine Class, Until Spring

Michael Cohen, wine director at The 1770 House restaurant in East Hampton, was the guest presenter at the wine tasting class at Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits on December 9. The sold-out class, “Shop it Like a Somm: Wines for Your Celebration Table That Won’t Break the Bank,” was the last in the fall series. A new series of classes will begin in the spring. KIM COVELL

‘It’s A Wonderful Life,’ Take Two

Get into the holiday spirit on Sunday evening at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, where “It’s A Wonderful Life,” adapted by Joe Landry, will stage for the second time this season—but with a brand new cast and director. With 88.3 WPPB’s morning radio host Bonnie Grice at the helm, a troupe of 13 will perform the 1940s classic, standing at microphones and reading off scripts the way it was done in the radio network studios. For those who cannot attend in person, a broadcast will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on 88.3 FM, times to be announced. The cast includes Bill Baker, Gene Casey, Cate and Cindy Clifford, Thom D’Angelo, Rob Florio, Ed German, Kristin Guldi, Michael Horn, Joe Lauro, Matt Senese, Amie Sponza and Lauren Ware. The production starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $30 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds benefits Maureen’s Haven. For more information, visit suffolktheater.com. TOM KOCHIE

Salads With A Festive Twist

Wrap For Wine Class, Until Spring

Michael Cohen, wine director at The 1770 House restaurant in East Hampton, was the guest presenter at the wine tasting class at Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits on December 9. The sold-out class, “Shop it Like a Somm: Wines for Your Celebration Table That Won’t Break the Bank,” was the last in the fall series. A new series of classes will begin in the spring. KIM COVELL

‘It’s A Wonderful Life,’ Take Two

Get into the holiday spirit on Sunday evening at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, where “It’s A Wonderful Life,” adapted by Joe Landry, will stage for the second time this season—but with a brand new cast and director. With 88.3 WPPB’s morning radio host Bonnie Grice at the helm, a troupe of 13 will perform the 1940s classic, standing at microphones and reading off scripts the way it was done in the radio network studios. For those who cannot attend in person, a broadcast will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on 88.3 FM, times to be announced. The cast includes Bill Baker, Gene Casey, Cate and Cindy Clifford, Thom D’Angelo, Rob Florio, Ed German, Kristin Guldi, Michael Horn, Joe Lauro, Matt Senese, Amie Sponza and Lauren Ware. The production starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $30 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds benefits Maureen’s Haven. For more information, visit suffolktheater.com. TOM KOCHIE

Salads With A Festive Twist

Wrap For Wine Class, Until Spring

Michael Cohen, wine director at The 1770 House restaurant in East Hampton, was the guest presenter at the wine tasting class at Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits on December 9. The sold-out class, “Shop it Like a Somm: Wines for Your Celebration Table That Won’t Break the Bank,” was the last in the fall series. A new series of classes will begin in the spring. KIM COVELL

‘It’s A Wonderful Life,’ Take Two

Get into the holiday spirit on Sunday evening at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, where “It’s A Wonderful Life,” adapted by Joe Landry, will stage for the second time this season—but with a brand new cast and director. With 88.3 WPPB’s morning radio host Bonnie Grice at the helm, a troupe of 13 will perform the 1940s classic, standing at microphones and reading off scripts the way it was done in the radio network studios. For those who cannot attend in person, a broadcast will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on 88.3 FM, times to be announced. The cast includes Bill Baker, Gene Casey, Cate and Cindy Clifford, Thom D’Angelo, Rob Florio, Ed German, Kristin Guldi, Michael Horn, Joe Lauro, Matt Senese, Amie Sponza and Lauren Ware. The production starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $30 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds benefits Maureen’s Haven. For more information, visit suffolktheater.com. TOM KOCHIE

Salads With A Festive Twist

Wrap For Wine Class, Until Spring

Michael Cohen, wine director at The 1770 House restaurant in East Hampton, was the guest presenter at the wine tasting class at Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits on December 9. The sold-out class, “Shop it Like a Somm: Wines for Your Celebration Table That Won’t Break the Bank,” was the last in the fall series. A new series of classes will begin in the spring. KIM COVELL

‘It’s A Wonderful Life,’ Take Two

Get into the holiday spirit on Sunday evening at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead, where “It’s A Wonderful Life,” adapted by Joe Landry, will stage for the second time this season—but with a brand new cast and director. With 88.3 WPPB’s morning radio host Bonnie Grice at the helm, a troupe of 13 will perform the 1940s classic, standing at microphones and reading off scripts the way it was done in the radio network studios. For those who cannot attend in person, a broadcast will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day on 88.3 FM, times to be announced. The cast includes Bill Baker, Gene Casey, Cate and Cindy Clifford, Thom D’Angelo, Rob Florio, Ed German, Kristin Guldi, Michael Horn, Joe Lauro, Matt Senese, Amie Sponza and Lauren Ware. The production starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15, or $30 for VIP. A portion of the proceeds benefits Maureen’s Haven. For more information, visit suffolktheater.com. TOM KOCHIE

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