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  • When an electronic thing breaks — hair drier, waterpick, fridge, or dish- washer — unplug it. How do you unplug a dishwasher? I have no idea, but I won’t ever leave a broken one plugged in for six weeks, that’s for sure.
  • The famous and the festive donned their jolliest hats to enjoy the V.I.P. tent at the Hampton Classic Grand Prix Sunday.
  • What were they thinking when they sped by me on the Napeague stretch one Sunday morning this spring? What were they thinking when they honked but did not stop?
  • I heard it happen, but I didn’t know what it was. I was driving down North Main Street in Southampton, and as I passed the Clam Man I heard a click click click coming in the slightly open window. My random thought was that I had picked up a pebble.
  • High school students proved on Saturday that they are not only talented in the visual arts, but in performance arts too, as they took to the stage during an opening reception for the second part of Guild Hall's Student Art Festival.
  • You’ve already chosen the groom. Now it’s time to choose the gown — but, bride beware, returns are just as difficult for those!
  • Inspired by hugs and kisses and love and valentines and weddings, The Star’s hunter-gatherer, Durell Godfrey, went shopping.
  • We have all been under a sort of snow arrest for the last week — lots of time sitting in cars going really slowly to avoid black ice and hours waiting for “the guys” to come to plow us out, or driving around and around the parking lots looking for a spot that isn’t in a drift.

    That is not to say that I am not paying close attention, but my mind does wander to the ponder.

  • People brought their creativity, a sense of adventure, and an appreciation for the ridiculous to the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Dec. 5, as family teams competed to build and then race boats out of cardboard and duct tape. 

  • Well, I have the cold.
              
    Everyone has or has had this cold. It’s what is going around. If you deal with crowds, if you go to the movies or the gym, if you go to the store and stand in line to get turkey gravy, you are surrounded by people. Some of them will have a cold and not know it. Some will have a cold and will do their stealth sneezing and coughing into their elbow, but it is out there and I got it.

    But I didn’t know it.

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