The "Best of Broadway" revue kicks off Friday night at East Hampton High School. Durell Godfrey photos
Olivia Salsedo as Nostradamus and Nick Pucci as Nick Bottom in "A Musical" from "Something Rotten"
Yean Franco-Marin as Aaron Burr in "Hamilton"
Alyssa Jacoby and Tyler Thompson in "I Got Rhythm" from "An American in Paris"
Talia Albukrek, Cate Wicker, and Ciara Bowen as the Schuyler sisters from "Hamilton"
Siena Van Sickle performing "All That Matters" from "Finding Neverland"

Tycho Burwell with his chicken sandwich experiment. Christine Sampson
The McDonald's sandwich, bought on March 23, hasn't changed much, but the organic chicken sandwich he bought from Harbor Market in Sag Harbor has grown moldy. Christine Sciulli

This sculpture by Steve Zaluski, which was placed in front of the new Mannix Studio of Art on Gingerbread Lane, will have to be removed, the East Hampton Village Design Review Board ruled on Wednesday. Durell Godfrey

Woman was questioned in mother’s 2008 death
The house at 36 Payne Avenue on North Haven was once again a crime scene when, on Monday afternoon, the body of Margaret Jean Burke was discovered. Her mother, Jessie Burke, was murdered there nearly eight years ago. Taylor K. Vecsey

Now called Montauk Colony, iconic motel property will be divided in four
T.E. McMorrow

A push to mandate services for challenged readers
Harry Roussel of Sag Harbor, left, spoke about dyslexia with an aide to New York State Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, who represents a district in Queens. Helen Roussel

‘From what we’ve gathered, the district is behind us,’ school board member says
The Bridgehampton School's proposed 2016-17 budget will pierce the cap, so long as voters approve it next month. Christine Sampson

Robert Anderson, an employee of the Sloppy Tuna bar in Montauk, outside East Hampton Town Justice Court on Monday, where he was fined $7,500 to settle noise violation charges. T.E. McMorrow

Aug. 17, 1941 - March 17, 2016
James W. Thompson - Aug. 17, 1941 - Aug. 17, 1941

The owners and business partners, Eric Lemonides and Jason Weiner, the chef, have been friends since they were 5 and 6 growing up in Brooklyn
Whether renovating a shed-like building for their first location or taking over the grander and more proportional space they now occupy on Ocean Road, the partners in Almond (below from left, Jason Weiner, Almond Zigmund, and Eric Lemonides) have always brought high style to their casual bistro settings. Eric Striffler and Daniel Gonzalez Photos
Like many other patrons, Bill Clinton appreciates the martinis, left, at Almond’s bar. Right, a photo of their first location.
Typically the mainstay of any great bistro, the steak frites at Almond, with original bordelaise or more recent au poivre sauce, is always worth a try.