Heart of the East End – March 18th, 2022

Andrew Visconti, Friday Morning Coffee Break Underwritten by Village Overhead Doors

Journalist Andrew Visconti calls in from Germany to detail the interview series called “Memories of the Pandemic,” which he has been doing through the East Hampton Library. The series includes three women running The Retreat, a domestic abuse shelter, and a discussion of a harsh reality for those who found themselves in closer quarters with their abusers through the pandemic’s lock downs. More information at easthamptonlibrary.org


Claudia Jacobs, Friday’s HOTsounds Underwritten by Sag Harbor Cinema

Northport performer Claudia Jacobs talks about how performing arts parents and a Favilla guitar – The guitar makers moved to Long Island in 1965 – led to her development as a musician. Jacobs will be featured in the next installment of Folkie Fest, celebrating Women of Song this Sunday from 2pm to 5pm at Moriches Community Center at 313 Frowein Road. She will be performing alongside fellow songwriters Annie Mark, Kathy Patterson, Meghan VK and Robbie Harte. More information available at morichescommunitycenter.org.

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