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Thursday, February 7  BOYS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Bayport-Blue Point, 4:30 p.m. Friday, February 8 BOYS SWIMMING, League II championships, Hauppauge High School, 4:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL, Bayport-Blue Point at East Hampton, 6:15 p.m...
   All agree that no garden is complete without still or moving water, but lack there still will be without a forest no matter how bijou. Call it copse or spinney or bosque, just so long as it is definitely a wood. The reasons are many and...
   “I went down to Alphabet City a few weekends ago, saw a guy walking with a guitar, felt like this was a bygone era.”     That may sound like the opening lines of a song — and maybe it is — but in...
   A pineapple placed on the front gate of a returning whaling captain’s house symbolized a welcome to visitors who wished to view the treasures from his world voyages. Historical artifacts from these captains, who left the East End...
    The first season of Shine, a radio talent competition sponsored by Nvision Studios of Freeport, has ended and Ashley Reilly of Montauk was the first-place winner. Her prize was the gift of a song written just for her by Daryl...
Talent Show Auditions     “Talent Showcase,” a regional public access show broadcast on Cablevision, will be holding auditions on Feb. 23 at Cablevision’s headquarters in Hauppauge. The shows are taped at LTV...
Mostly Abstract at Ashawagh     Cynthia Sobel has organized “Mostly Abstract” at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend. The show at the art space opens Saturday afternoon with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. It will be up...
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    With Valentine’s Day a week away, choices are vast for those who want to step out for dinner with their sweetheart.

“Dead Anyway” Chris Knopf Permanent Press, $28
    Yes, spring seems far off. And yes, Major Jackson sounds like an important figure in the Battle of Antietam. Neither is the case, however, and both will converge Wednesday for the start of that season’s months-long series of...

   I remember when we arrived.  It was April 1958 and our farmhouse on Miankoma Lane was already 59 years old.  I was six and my brother not quite four.  On our first day, a cold April one, we walked up to a penny candy...
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