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  • What's on the police logs this week.
  • Frederick Bridges Onderdonk, who lived in Amagansett for many years before moving to Baldwinsville in 2008, died of an unexpected illness on Feb. 21 at Longwood Regional Medical Center in Fort Pierce, Fla., surrounded by his family. He was 81 and had been vacationing in Vero Beach. 

  • Charles Emerson McKenney, 84, a Wainscott resident since the late 1970s who had a long career as a patent lawyer with the Manhattan firm of Pennie & Edmunds, died on March 1 at Palm Beach Hospice in Florida after a weeklong illness.
  • Gerard J. Kucker, the owner of a tree removal and contracting company, died at his Sycamore Drive, Springs, home on Feb. 24. He was 57 years old and his family said he had a heart attack.
  • Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will kick off the weekend tomorrow night at 8 with “Caliente! Latin Night” and shift into 1970s jazz-rock on Saturday with FM: A Steely Dan Tribute, also at 8 p.m.
  • Music in a lower key, figuratively speaking, will be offered at the Montauk Library on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. with a free concert by Francisco Roldan, a classical guitarist. The program will include works by Mauro Giuliani (Italy), Barrios (Paraguay), Joaquin Rodrigo (Spain), Charlie Byrd (United States), and Phillip Houghton (Australia).
  • The John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall will present a free staged reading of “I Married the Icepick Killer,” a new play by Carol Muske-Dukes, tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
  • Keyes Art Consulting and Mark Borghi Fine Arts will hold a reading and book signing of “Out of Line: The Art of Jules Feiffer” at the gallery’s location on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
  • A perfect 12-foot baseline jumper by Terrell Dozier with five seconds left in the second overtime period gave the East Hampton High School boys basketball team a breathtakingly dramatic 75-73 win over Southampton here last Thursday — a victory to which only the Bonackers’ state championship showings of 1989 could compare.

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