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  • Posts and beams, roughly hewn some 500 years ago and showing adze strikes still, have a suitable new home, an unpretentious second home resembling a hunting lodge, what with its ample wood paneling, stuffed game birds, paintings of foxes and hounds and fly-fishing streams, fireplace just right for a curled-up English spaniel, and suggestive of cigars, snifters of brandy, long guns propped in a corner.
  • Three times in this wettest of falls I’ve thought of Jeremy Renner in “The Hurt Locker,” miserably scooping leaves from gutters back home from Iraq before it helps drive him to rotate back in — for more bomb squad duty.
  • The magician and author Allan Zola Kronzek will put on a magic show after his book talk at Canio’s in Sag Harbor on Friday at 5 p.m.
  • Paul Harding, first up in the series, won a Pulitzer Prize for “Tinkers,” his 2009 novel. Now he teaches in Stony Brook Southampton's M.F.A. program in creative writing and literature.
  • Jill Bialosky, Philip Schultz, and Grace Schulman — poets who have written memoirs as well as poetry collections that have acted as memoir — will talk it over.
  • One’s a picture book promoting kid wellness, another’s a book of line drawings of historical structures ripe for coloring.
  • Carole Stone and Virginia Walker take to the lectern at 6 tonight for an en plein air poetry series in Southampton.
  • Authors Night has landed at the old Principi farm — you know, the controversial 555 address? So read on, book lovers . . .
  • A dark graphic tale of revenge and recrimination, pinkos and private detectives in the Hollywood blacklist days of the early 1950s.
  • Jonathan Silin explores the curiously in-between years of 60 to 80 at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday.

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