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

Could I have done this? Could I have said this?
Laurie Anderson’s opening at Guild Hall on Saturday was a melding of Buddhist philosophy and alternative reality for members who experienced Ms. Anderson’s VR piece “Chalkroom.” Iris Smyles
Amy Sultan is making a documentary about Audrey Flack, right.
Jim Cass, Edsel Williams, and Alexander Heinrici.
Frederic Tuten and A.M. Homes.

Generosity and community spirit were embedded characteristics
Norman Peck, the late Parrish Art Museum trustee, with Ben Krupinski during the construction of the new museum building in Water Mill. Philip Schmerbeck
Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, both 70, were flying from Newport, R.I., to East Hampton with their grandson, William Maerov, when the plane crashed off Amagansett. Durell Godfrey

Search by sea and land for two still missing
East Hampton Town lifeguards, who were in the midst of training Saturday afternoon, waited for word as to the location of a downed plane that left four people dead. Chris Schenck
Donna Liebowitz

Landscaper blamed for defiling garden
The removal of a hedgerow has left the Madoo Conservancy’s gardens exposed to construction next door. Jamie Bufalino

Brown, Graham, and Siska vie for two seats
Bruce Siska, left, Rose Brown, center, and Tiger Graham, right, are all running for East Hampton Village Board. David E. Rattray, Durell Godfrey, and Courtesy Photos