On April 3, Helen Harrison, director of Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton, visited the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. The audience heard the secrets behind Harrison’s latest book “The Accidental Corpse,” a fictionalized story based on the accidental death of artist Jackson Pollock and his car passenger Edith Metzger. The introduction was made by Tom Edmonds, executive director of the Southampton History Museum, which co-sponsored the event.
Bridgehampton Cars and Coffee is a social gathering uniting owners and enthusiasts of classic, vintage, exotic, and specialty cars, held from 9 am until noon. More than 100 classic cars are expected, and admission is free. The event is being launched by the organizers of the invite-onlynexhibition, “The Bridge,” which takes place the day before at the site of the former Bridgehampton Race Circuit. Smorgasburg & 39;s purveyors from New York City and across the region will be on-site offering food and drink, and there will be live entertainment. Enthusiasts are encouraged to bring their vehicles to