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Sing Its Praises     Amagansett     March 8, 2012 Dear David:     On Feb. 1 I was floored (literally and physically) with a heart attack. I wish to thank, via The Star, all those who were...
   About this time 25 years ago, in a fit of pique prompted by what I thought was an untimely weekend invasion of city folk seeking summer rentals, I wrote a column whose envoi, “go home scumbags,” sparked a six-week...
   Yesterday marked the 14th birthday of our Jack Russell, Petie.     Fourteen is pretty old for a Jack, and Petie is showing his age. Those formerly fiercely brilliant brain cells, which once allowed him the wherewithal...

   State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr.’s interest in taking up the question of whether local governments can regulate chain or “formula” stores is welcome, and East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and...
   Traveling with children, as my wife and I did last week, is, for those of you who have not experienced it, anything but relaxing. A man in the San Juan Airport departure terminal Tuesday, noticing Lisa chasing after our 2-year-old,...

Wine and Networking     On Friday, March 23, the Parrish Art Museum’s Business Council will host Two Forks and a Cork, now in its eighth year. The wine-tasting event will be held in the Southampton museum’s concert hall...

   Plum TV, the lifestyle television network that broadcasts in eight resort areas, including the East End, has been purchased by LXTV, another lifestyle broadcaster, following a bankruptcy auction held on March 1.    LXTV...

AMAGANSETT A. Trages by administrators to 23 Windmill Lane L.L.C., 117 Main Street, .33 acre, Jan. 27, $850,000. EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE 187 Main St. L.L.C. to Clareg Properties, 187 Main Street, .93 acre, Jan. 31, $2,187,500. MONTAUK D. and...

    East Hampton Bowl was packed Sunday morning with the parents, teachers, and friends of 60 young bowlers with disabilities who, in high spirits and urged on by the applause of their elders and peers, participated in a tournament...