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Stationary cyclists were pumping Saturday at Amagansett Square
With music thumping, stationary cyclists were pumping Saturday at Amagansett Square, their exertions dedicated to the Max Cure Foundation. Jack Graves

‘What John has done for this town has been huge’
With Julia Brierley leading the way, the half-milers exited the water.
With Julia Brierley leading the way, the half-milers exited the water. Jack Graves

“Yer out! And yer out too!” Mike (M-Rod) Rodriguez, the umpire, seems to be saying. The temporarily flattened were Robbie Greene of the Greene Machine, left, and David Samot of the Pink Panthers, at right. Jack Graves

Ashley West
Ashley West, though she’s 16, had a hard time shaking Diana Fitzpatrick, who’s 53. Jack Graves


Maggie Pizzo is fifth from the left in the rear row.

The Artists-Writers Game
The Artists-Writers Game, an annual agon dating to the mid-1950s, and a fund-raiser since 1968, whose major beneficiaries are the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, Phoenix Houses of Long Island, and East End Hospice.

Joe Mensch, who’s in New Zealand for the month, had South Fork fans cheering this past March during the televised Mammoth Mountain Grand Prix. The pro has said snowboarding, surfing, and figure skating are somewhat akin.