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  • As summer 2017 is off and running, so are the many authors traveling to the South Fork. Whether they come for work, play, or a little of both, BookHampton will continue to host them at its Main Street, East Hampton, shop.
  • “It just goes to show you that in a small village, every vote counts,” Ken O’Donnell said yesterday.
  • Three were vying for two seats in Tuesday night's election, and just five votes separated the winner of the second seat from the third place finisher.
  • Not only can renters find a house on Airbnb, they can book a stay on the water now, too.
  • The painter Robert Dash, who died in 2013, left a legacy much larger than his brushstrokes. The Star’s longtime garden critic, whose columns were renowned for their painterly approach to the color and placement of plants, Mr. Dash lives on not only in his art and written works but in Madoo, his own much-loved garden, now a conservancy open to the public. The Madoo Conservancy has become celebrated internationally for its bold planting style, horticultural diversity, and brightly colored landscaping.
  • After 16 years at the Southampton Village location, the Stevensons turned their vision of opening a second store into a reality.

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  • June 27 is National H.I.V. Testing Day, and Southampton Hospital is using the occasion to emphasize its free and confidential H.I.V. testing at the David E. Rogers, M.D., Center.

    “One in seven people infected with H.I.V. don’t know they have it, and they can pass it on to susceptible people,” said Dr. Rajeev Fernando, the chief of infectious diseases at Southampton Hospital.

    The hospital recommends testing for H.I.V. as part of a routine health exam for patients between the ages of 13 and 64, and free testing is offered year round at the center, which is at 335B Meeting House Lane in Southampton.

  • This week is National Beach Safety Week and Rip Current Awareness Week, and the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue is using the occasion to remind people that the ocean so many of us enjoy can also be treacherous, with rip currents being a particular hazard.