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Deep Hollow Ranch, Montauk, NY

This is the coolest weather I have ever experienced on my birthday. Might as well take advantage and go for a beautiful horseback ride along the shore of Block Island Sound right outside your doorstep, at Deep Hollow Ranch located right off Rt. 27.
Tell Diane and Rusty Lisa di Liberto sent you.

Call ahead to reserve a trail ride.
(631) 668.2744

The oldest cattle ranch in the country and part of the Teddy Roosevelt State Park, Deep Hollow was est. in 1658. Owners Diane and Rusty Leaver run this ranch with their two children, Gardiner and Rhetta to make your summer an unforgettable one!

Here's what they have to say: "Riding at Deep Hollow Ranch is Western style, from saddles to bridles to the real cowboys and cowgirls who will be your trail guides. Groups are small and we match a rider's ability from beginners to advanced."

Private guided rides are available, too.
And don't miss a ride along the shore of Block Island Sound. Pristine, white sandy beaches, and some of the most beautiful coastline in the United States.

Don't forget to ask them about their Group Events, Pony Parties and Weddings.


summer fun from city line to shoreline. . .

August 18 @ 11:00am
Kick Boxing Classes
by Carol "Kick Fever" Glasgow
in Brooklyn at Martial Arts USA
2nd Floor, 759 Washington Avenue
(@Sterling Place), Prospect Heights

Fulton Street Beat Summer Concert Series
August 18, 2007 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Albee Square in downtown Brooklyn
New Orleans
1 pm - Jambalaya Brass Band
3 pm - Dixie Rascals


Chicken BBQ
Amagansett Fire Dept.
2 to 6 p.m.
East Hampton

4th Annual Tiger
Singapore Chili Crab Festival
Asian Street Style Food
August 19, 12-6pm
at Riverview, L.I.C.
btwn 48th & 50th Avenue's
Queens, NY
Lion Dancer's
Martial Arts
Live Music

Queens Historical Society
August 19
Summer Fairytales:
The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre's Puppet Show
and Workshop Free of charge

Central Park's widely acclaimed Swedish Cottage MarionetteTheatre returns to the playground in Weeping Beech Park, bordering Kingsland Homestead. An event for the whole family. Call the Society at (718) 939-0647 ext. 17 for time.


Taste Life Tuesdays @ MELT
August 21, 2007 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Celebrate good food and wine.
Five course tasting menu for $20. Wine tasting paired with each course, an additional $20. Eat at the bar and pick any course for $5. Enjoy cocktails or beer. Reservations recommended for parties over 6. Through Dec. 18, 2007. Call 718-230-5925.

440 Bergen Street (at 5th Ave.),
Park Slope, Brooklyn


First Wednesdays Bronx Culture Trolley,
a project of the South Bronx Cultural Corridor


A Children’s Theatre Workshop, Inc.,


The Witch (Sami Horneff) and Fairy Tale characters [bottom: Little Red Riding Hood (Charlotte Rose Munder), Jack (Kevin Quinn); top: Witch, The Baker's Wife (Haley Willis), The Baker (Raphael Odell Shapiro) and Cinderella (Liz Oldak)] meet in Stages production of "Into the Woods" at Southampton High School, Friday, August 24 and Saturday, August 25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, August 26 at 3:00 PM. A portion of the proceeds benefits Southampton Parents for the Arts (SPA). Tickets are available in advance at Stevenson's Toys and Games, 68 Jobs Lane, Southampton, or call Stages at 329-1420. Tickets are also available at the door.

A Stages Premiere:
Into the Woods
at Southampton High School

Into the Woods,” will be performed by the young actors of
Stages, A Children’s Theatre Workshop, Inc.,

at Southampton High School
141 Narrow Lane
Friday, August 24th at 7:30 PM
Saturday, August 25th at 7:30 PM
Sunday, August 26th at 3:00 PM

Into the Woods” wittily combines the stories of old, favorite fairy tale characters, Cinderella, Jack, and Little Red Riding Hood, with the story of new fairy tale characters, the Baker and his Wife. The Baker and his Wife are a childless couple, who, in order to have a child, endeavor to break the curse cast on their family. They, humorously, wander through our familiar fairy tales as all the characters set out on their merry romp into the woods to seek “happily ever after.” Along the way they meet Rapunzel, a wicked Witch, the nasty Wolf, scary Giants, and a couple of charming Princes among others. But after the happy expected conclusions, then, they must all deal with what happens after “happily ever after.” This sophisticated, extravagant and fun-loving musical is a treat for the whole family.

Into the Woods” with music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine, opened on Broadway in 1987, directed by James Lapine and starring Bernadette Peters.

Helene Leonard will direct and choreograph Stages’ production of “
Into the Woods” Musical accompaniment will be provided by Amanda Jones and James Benard. Sets are designed by Goran Petmil. Costumes are by Barbara Oldak.

A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Southampton Parents for the Arts (SPA). Tickets are $12 for children and $15 for adults. They are available in advance at Stevenson’s Toys and Games, 68 Jobs Lane, Southampton, or can be reserved by calling Stages at 631-329-1420. Tickets are also available at the door on the day of performance.


Sag Harbor, NY
Saturday's from 9am - 12 noon
The Farmer's Market
The parking lot of the
Breakwater Yacht Club on Bay Street


Free Concerts Thursday's Evenings @ 7:30pm
Grab a blanket and bring a friend.
Head over to Marine Park, on Bay Street
Sag Harbor, NY

August 23
Six Gun

August 30
Vivian and the Merrymakers


River to River Festival
Every Saturday Night
Governors Island
Free Concerts

August 18, 1:00pm

August 25, 1:00pm


film and dance

August 17th, 2007
Jacob's Pillow
Inside Out Festival
6:30 PM

Choreographer Jody Oberfelder melds boldly physical movement and inventive athletic virtuosity to create acrobatic dance works that are explosive, reflective, witty, and seductive.


Wednesday, August 15, 2007 | 7pm | Free

BAM Rose Cinemas | 30 Lafayette Ave.

Erasers for Breakfast


An all-star retrospective of the films produced at 826NYC over the past three years at one of the city's best film complexes. Featuring short films by 826NYC students, including the world premieres of:

Super Has-Beens (2007)
Khaled Hamdan, Abed Hamdan, Yasmeen Itayem, Ismail Itayem, Jason Tlatelpa, Sebastian Gil

The Captor's Clause (2007)
Diana Cadmen, Annie Futterman, LaShauna Walker, Spencer Hamilton, Edward Kaufman, Moses Williams

The Millipede (2007)
Lucy Cadmen, Ben Futterman, Dante DiGrazia, Basia Rosenbaum, Geoffrey Yip, Gregory Piccarella