Here's a look at some of what's going or has gone on in the Hamptons in the past 24 hours.
Jazz At The Plaza Cafe
Starting April 11, the Plaza Cafe in Southampton Village will be hosting live jazz music every Friday evening. The musical interlude is free of charge. First up in this new series: Pianist Jane Hastay and saxophonist Ada Rovatti. Plaza Cafe is located at 61 Hill Street. Hey, shouldn't a place located in Hill Street be hosting blues instead? Hill Street Blues? See what I did there?
History From Corwin's Jewelers
According to Corwin's Jewelers on Main Street, yesterday was the 400th Anniversary of the marriage of John Rolfe and Pocahontas, presumably the first interracial relationship in American history. And I hear their sex life is still very robust, despite the smell!
BookHampton in East Hampton has announced they're accepting submissions from kids who wrote a book review to appear in its new newsletter, by kids, for kids. Not sure how to start one? BookHampton will provide kid with "prompts" to help get their ideas started. For more information, check out the flier and prompts here.
Calling All High School Students
The East Hampton Library is launching its new Teen Advisory Board for young adults who wish to have a say in what goes on at the public library. The advisory board is also a great way for students to satisfy their community service requirements for graduation. The first meeting of the TAB is scheduled for Sunday, April 13.
LEGO Freaks: Rejoice!
The newest LEGO are on the shelves at Steph's Stuff on Newtown Lane in East Hampton. Head down there now. And if you're over the age of 8: leave your dignity at home!