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Guild Hall will present an encore screening of the National Theatre Live production from London’s Donmar Warehouse of George Bernard Shaw’s classic play “Saint Joan” on Saturday at 7 p.m.
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Saturday, though bittersweet inasmuch as he is to retire soon after 26 years of coaching, was nevertheless “a great day” for the Bridgehampton Killer Bees’ mentor, Carl Johnson.
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Next week, Randy Hoffman will pack up a trailer with his vintage racing motorcycles and head out on the long drive from East Hampton to Georgia, where he will get to race — he hopes.
The Katy’s Courage and East Hampton High School baseball team fund-raisers at the Buckskill Winter Club in East Hampton and the Meeting House restaurant in Amagansett were snowed and rained out this past week.
Here’s where we get our electric energy from: hydroelectric dams, nuclear power plants, the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas), subterranean heat sources, the sun, wind, and hydrogen.
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The East Hampton High School boys swimming team will be represented at Saturday’s county meet by eight competitors, namely Christian Brierley, who is one of the team’s captains, Ethan and Owen McCormac, Aidan Forst, Colin Harrison, Kevin Pineda, and Jack and Ryan Duryea.

Does negativity produce a certain charisma that’s lacking in exchanges between those who have each other’s best interests at heart?
Sag Harbor School District voters officially ended the village's long-running “turf wars” Wednesday night by approving a revised proposal for an all-natural grass field at Pierson Middle-High School. The final tally was 458 to 73.
Reports this morning that a “Russian spy ship” was patrolling near Long Island set off a firestorm on social media, but a representative for the United States Coast Guard, who spoke with The Star around noon, said citizens had no reason to be alarmed.