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New faces from the political world spiced up the annual event.
Lauren Bacall, one of the sirens of Hollywood’s golden age and a Tony-award winning actress for her work on Broadway, died Tuesday from what has been reported to be a massive stroke at home in New York.
Nathaniel H. Miller, an East Hampton Town Trustee accused of choking another man at a Maidstone Park beach barbecue last month, was cleared of the charge Thursday in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
John D. Re is lauded by some as an art expert who guided them to important art purchases at discount prices. Others, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which has accused him of selling fake Jackson Pollocks for almost $2 million, consider him a thief, peddling forged art and tall tales.
Details of one proposal submitted to East Hampton Town for use of the 19-acre Amagansett Farm that the town purchased this year were provided this week.
When the Big Apple Circus presents a preview of its new show, “Metamorphosis,” at Guild Hall on Aug. 24, it will be the first time the artists in this year’s production will perform together.
Two Montauk homeowners have been charged with violations of the East Hampton Town code related to tenant turnover in the houses they rent.
While Sag Harbor Village officials mull a moratorium on reviews and approval of wetlands variances, the mayor is overhauling the very committee that considers them.
The trustees resolved to maintain the pond’s closure to the harvesting of fish and crabs through Aug. 26.