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   A showdown in the Montauk slow-pitch softball league on July 16 between the two division leaders, the Montauk Fire Department and Sloppy Tuna, an all-Dominican team whose player-manager is Jerry Uribe, resulted in a 6-1 win for the Fire...
Women Squash Pros Return     The top 16 professional women’s squash doubles teams are to play in the Women’s Squash Doubles Association’s final tournament of the season, the second annual Wilson Cup, at the Elmaleh/...
   Tom Eickelberg, a 24-year-old pro who is now the assistant swim coach at the State University at Cortland, three-peated at the Montauk Point Lighthouse’s sprint triathlon Sunday, besting 430 other competitors in 1 hour, 5 minutes...
Thursday, July 25 SQUASH, women’s professional doubles Wilson Cup tournament, Elmaleh/Stanton courts, Southampton Recreation Center, through Sunday. Saturday, July 27 SWIMMING, two-mile, one-mile, and half-mile ocean swims to benefit the...
    It’s likely we were put on this earth, or, depending on your point of view, we evolved on this earth, for no other reason than to bear witness. Homo sapiens seem to have no other meaningful purpose. From a global point of...
   Thirty years ago, almost as a means of self-preservation, Marya Martin founded the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.     Soon after her marriage, the flutist embarked on the summer festival circuit, an annual cross-...

“My New Orleans, Gone Away” Peter M. Wolf Delphinium, $24.95    “Don’t you just love these long rainy afternoons in New Orleans when an hour isn’t just an hour — but a little piece of eternity...
   We get off to a poor start. The couple stands impatiently at the door. “I just need to check to see if there’s anyone on the wait list,” I say. The woman glares at me. I drop a pen. The hostess arrives to save me....
Art Southampton is back in its second edition at the Elks Lodge in a tent that boasts 100,000 running feet of exhibition space.
    This weekend Peter M. Wolf will be making the rounds thrice over with his new memoir, “My New Orleans, Gone Away.” First, tomorrow at 5 p.m., he’ll read from the book and field questions about it for this summer...
    Not only is The Southampton Review’s new and loaded summer edition out and about to be celebrated with a couple of readings, the fledgling TSR Editions is unveiling its first effort, a book of photos by the playwright Joe...
Chefs Dinner at Hayground     This weekend brings another annual Chefs Dinner to the Hayground School, a benefit for the school’s culinary center, Jeff’s Kitchen, and for the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund, both in memory...
    A trio of Noel Coward’s “after-dinner mints” is being served at the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall, and all in all they will leave a fine taste in your mouth.     Directed by one of America...