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  • When Bryan Hunt was looking for somewhere to live on the East End in 1991, a friend suggested he call David Porter, an artist who also happened to be a real estate broker. The idea was that Porter would understand Mr. Hunt’s sensibility, and he did.
  • The East Hampton Library’s Tom Twomey Lecture Series brought together three leading local winemakers to talk about the region's wines.
  • “About Face,” an exhibition of work by 70 artists presented by the New York Academy of Art, will open tomorrow at the Southampton Arts Center with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. and remain on view through Sept. 17.
  • The Watermill Center’s annual summer lecture series provides a platform for accomplished workers in every imaginable field to share the cutting-edge ideas that shape their work. This year’s talks begin on Tuesday and continue through Aug. 17.
  • A barn show, a road show, four studio tours and new shows at Roman Fine Art, Romany Kramoris, Boo-Hooray Summer Rental, and The Art Barge, are all on tap for this week.
  • Sheldon and Margery Harnick, and their son, Matthew, have pooled their talents to create “Koi: A Modern Folktale,” with photographs of the legendary fish by Margery and Matthew and text by Sheldon Harnick.
  • Alec Baldwin and Harris Yulin will star in a staged reading of “Gross Points” on Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Tovah Feldshuh and Richard Kind will headline a reading of “Assisted Loving” on Friday, July 28, also at 8.
  • The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum will present “Long Island Landscapes,” a group show organized by Peter J. Marcelle, from Saturday through Aug. 1, with a reception set for Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. “The Girl Next Door” will open Saturday at the RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton with a reception from 6 to 8:30 p.m. A benefit for the Hetrick-Martin Institute, an organization dedicated to serving L.G.B.T.Q. youth, the show will run through Aug. 13.
  • "Native American Life on the East End," an exhibition at the Eastville Community Historical Society, offers a glimpse of the African-Americans, Native Americans, and European immigrants who lived together in Sag Harbor.

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