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    After a while, the men ran, while Jani and Liddy took naps. Jani soon came down to read her Lorrie Moore in the living room. But she lost herself to the pines outside, now in the sun, now in shade, pondering Rod and Alan....
East Hampton High School’s golf coach, Claude Beudert, wasn’t sure when the fall began that his squad would repeat as the League VIII champion.
Scoville Hall, the Amagansett Presbyterian Church’s center used for social events, meetings, and fund-raisers, was destroyed in a pre-dawn fire on Saturday morning. The cause was under investigation.

    Florence Velda Flower, a longtime resident of Amagansett, died in Cincinnati last Thursday of complications of Alzheimer’s disease, which she had for two years. She was 88.      The former Florence...
    We’ve all heard of, and possibly heaped scorn upon, stage mothers who push their children into the theater or onto the TV screen. Of course, more recently, stage fathers have been in the news, too, pushing daughters onto...

    With the economy hesitating to recover, is it time to think about finding or changing jobs? Normally, about one person in 10 changes occupations per year. Nowadays, about twice that number contemplate switching. What’s so...

Acted so Quickly     East Hampton     October 5, 2011 To the Editor,     East Hampton High School was great.     I just wanted to thank the staff and students of East Hampton High...
    “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?” I said to Mary the other morning. “Nay, nay, thou art more lovely, e’en more pissed off at me. . . .”     And with reason.
    Occasionally, I get a bee in my bonnet. Or ants in my pants. Whatever insectually-inclined idiom you use, I call it “hot-foot.” I need to fix something that isn’t broken, I try to change something that doesn...