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    Antoinette S. Barsdis, a retired custodian with the Sag Harbor School District, died on Friday at Southampton Hospital. She was 76. No cause of death was given.


    Marjory Dippel Brown earned a degree as a registered nurse at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City and later received a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Ramapo College of New Jersey. She went on to have a fulfilling 30-year career as a psychiatric nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, N.Y., her family said.

    Ms. Brown, who was born and raised in Sag Harbor and graduated from Pierson High School, died on Feb. 9 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium, Md. She was 75. No cause of death was provided.

    210 Bluff Road L.L.C. to Farrell Holding Co.,, 210 Bluff Road, .74 acre (vacant), Dec. 5, $3,525,000.

    A. and B. Milano to Max Lucy Group L.L.C., 5 Arthur Avenue, .51 acre, Dec. 1, $795,000.

    C. Collet to JL Masonry and Construction, 3 2nd Avenue, .51 acre (vacant), Dec. 22, $360,000.
    R. Hombach to S. Blader and R. Swanson, 7 Founders Lane, .21 acre, Dec. 22, $795,000.
    R. and A. Black to C. and S. Bricker, 15 Grassy Hollow Drive, 2.4 acres, Dec. 18, $1,600,000.

  • Elite Meet

    Erik Engstrom, East Hampton’s first county indoor champion (in the 1,600) since Andrew Forrester won a small schools championship in the 300-meter race in 2004, won the Long Island Elite Meet’s 3,200 race at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington this past weekend in a personal-record time of 9 minutes and 50.9 seconds, bettering his previous best by 7 seconds.

  • February 1, 1990

    The tiny Bridgehampton High School gym was rocking Friday night as its boys basketball team, the Killer Bees, paced by Bobby Hopson’s 38 points, handed high-flying Southampton its first loss of the season, 84-81.

  • Saturday, February 28
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, county B-C game, Pierson-Bridgehampton vs. Hampton Bays, St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue, 4 p.m.

    Monday, March 2
    BOYS BASKETBALL, county small schools championship game, Farmingdale State College, 5 p.m.

    Tuesday, March 3
    ROLLER HOCKEY, winter season final, Sportime Arena, Amagansett, 7 p.m.

  • Art Donovan, an artist and designer from Southampton, will discuss his book, “The Art of Steampunk,” now in its second edition, on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the East Hampton Library.

    The aesthetic of Steampunk, which first found expression in science fiction and fantasy literature, draws from the technology of the Victorian era. Steampunk artists use gears, goggles, gauges, brass tubing, leather, watch parts, and, in some cases, steam power to create mechanical objects ranging from jewelry to lamps to motorcycles that are fanciful but often functional.

  • The Quotation Game

    Spurred by a not very Long Island-like deep cold and unusual masses of snow — in short, a long winter indoors — your friendly neighborhood bookseller has started a diverting game, a “literary treasure hunt” called SmartyPants. Every day BookHampton will post a quotation on its website and Facebook page, and then the stabs at identification of both it and the book it’s from can begin.

  • The Town of East Hampton Anti-Bias Task Force has invited members of the public to two free movie nights in the coming weeks. Both center on the civil rights movement and will be shown at LTV Studios in Wainscott at 7 p.m.

    At each screening, the winning entries in a short-film contest sponsored by the task force will also be shown.

  • Scott A. Fleischer, who lived part time in Springs for 22 years, died at home in Manhattan on Jan. 31, not Feb. 7, as reported here last week.

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