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‘You get out of it what you put into it.’
East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo, who is hosting the Bocks this week, says that no one prepares as well for tournaments as his longtime friend, above. Jack Graves
After Kevin Kisner’s tour of Shinnecock’s front nine Monday, his caddie, Duane Bock, and Bock’s wife, Geraldine, and their children, Albany, 15, and Alex, 11, posed in front of the Stanford White clubhouse with their friend and host for the week, East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo.

By Daphne du Maurier and Iris Smyles
Doyle Bramhall II, left, and Adam Minkoff gave a group of Guild Hall supporters a preview of what they can expect at the Guitar Masters series in July as they sat on the lawn at the seaside residence of Dick Cavett in Montauk. Paul Forsman and Lenny Stucker Photos
Attending the party were Sara DiOrazio and Tomas Hill.
Eden Williams, Paul Forsman, and Cornelia Forsman.
G.E. Smith and Billy Squier (seen flanked by the performers).

Police located the majority of the wreckage from a June 2 plane crash on the ocean's floor about a mile off Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett late last week. Durell Godfrey


David Mazujian, E.T. Williams, Loida Lewis, Perry Gershon, Alice Tepper Marlin, and Bill Pickens in East Hampton on Saturday. Mr. Gershon wants to secure the Democratic nod to take on Representative Lee Zeldin in November. Christopher Walsh

Coast Guard and police boats conducted grid-pattern searches off the Amagansett shoreline throughout the week for the missing plane crash victims. Durell Godfrey

Three people are safe after being rescued from a burning boat near Gardiner's Island Friday afternoon. David Blinken Photos
David Blinken

Krupinksi funeral
A funeral for Ben Krupinski, an East Hampton builder and philanthropist, his wife, Bonnie, and their grandson, William Maerov, was held Friday at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church. They died on June 2 in a plane crash in which Jon Dollard, a pilot who worked for Mr. Krupinski, also was killed. David E. Rattray