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    Last week, charter captains and private boaters sailing out of Montauk were finding striped bass, bass, bass. Nice plump ones. This week, the bass flurry slowed, but the slack was taken up by some doormat-size fluke and vast...
   “Hi, I’m calling from the real estate agency to see if you have rented your house yet for August.”    “No, I haven’t. Your office is in the village, right?”    “Yes, it...
Drumm TV     The Star’s Russell Drumm can be seen reading from his forthcoming novel, “A Rogue’s Yarn,” on LTV this week — specifically, tomorrow at 1 p.m., Saturday at 4:30 p.m., Sunday night at 10:30...
Drumm TV     The Star’s Russell Drumm can be seen reading from his forthcoming novel, “A Rogue’s Yarn,” on LTV this week — specifically, tomorrow at 1 p.m., Saturday at 4:30 p.m., Sunday night at 10:30...

“Schmidt Steps Back” Louis Begley Alfred A. Knopf, $25.95
   Planting containers can be a daunting task, but it needn’t be. The more you play with the plants, their colors and textures, the easier and more fun it becomes.     Last week I had one of those epic,...
   To ask Lonny Price, director of Guild Hall’s current revival of Murray Schisgal’s 1964 hit show “LUV,” what jobs he’s done in theater would be to miss the point. The more salient question would be “...
Afro-Samba Music     The Montauk Library will present “Black Orphe and Eurydice,” with the  Women of Color Productions Ensemble, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
   Those who have been in East Hampton for a long time will surely remember the rearing red horse that stood in front of the old Levi’s store at Cove Hollow Road and Route 27, the namesake for the shopping plaza there and now the...
    A “conscious cuisine” dinner at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton will feature a round-table discussion led by Stefanie Sacks, a culinary nutritionist with a show, “Chew on This,” on local cable TV. The event...
Thomas Moran Celebrated     A Victorian garden party hosted by the East Hampton Historical Society will kick off the society’s exhibition “Moran: A Family Celebration of Home and Place,” on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m...

Part Two    There’s a party tonight and Sandy can’t decide what to put on, it’s been months since she’s been out. Oh, she’s been to work . . . it’s work that has saved her. Now 18th-century French...
Navy Capt. William T. Brown, who delivered the keynote address following East Hampton's Memorial parade, urged all who gathered at the memorial green to remember soldiers killed in action.