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  •     James Thomason died on Monday at home in Sag Harbor. He was 66 and the owner of the Morris Studio, a photo lab in Southampton. An obituary will appear in a future issue.


    Out East Properties to G. Tepedino, 22 Pepperidge Lane, 1.9 acres (vacant), May 27, $1,150,000.
    M. Afshar and M. Spaniolo to Canvasback Lane L.L.C., 10 Canvasback Lane, 2 acres, May 19, $3,675,000.
    M. Dunne (by executors) to Project Terra L.L.C., 623 Montauk Highway, 1.97 acres, May 22, $940,000.

    4175 Vets Highway Inc. to 9 Kellis Way L.L.C., 9 Kellis Way, .94 acre, May 29, $3,636,000.
    J. Indoe to SBridge Holdings L.L.C., 17 West Pond Drive, .93 acre, June 9, $5,375,000.

  • July 13, 1989

    East Hampton-Bayberry rather easily handled Amagansett in the final game of the East End men’s night soccer league playoffs Friday, 4-1.

    In the matchup, a replay of last year’s spring season finale, East Hampton’s forwards — John McCrudden, Sherwin O’Neil, and Charlie Bateman — backed up by the center halfback, Ken Pascual, put a lot of pressure on the Amagansett goal.

  • Thursday, August 7
    WOMEN’S SLOW-PITCH, game three of playoff final, if needed, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 7 p.m.

    Saturday, August 9
    BASKETBALL, A.A.U. tournament, with East End, UpIsland, and New York City teams, Montauk Playhouse Community Center, from 9 a.m.
    TENNIS, pro-am, East Hampton Indoor-Outdoor Club, 12:30 p.m.

    Sunday, August 10

  • The Orchard, a Southampton estate designed by Stanford White, will be the subject of the second Samuel L. Parrish lecture, to be delivered by Gary Lawrance, an architect and co-author of “Houses of the Hamptons: 1880-1930,” next Thursday at 5 p.m. in the music room at Whitefield, 155 Hill Street.

    Mr. Lawrance will discuss the evolution of the Orchard from an early Greek-revival farmhouse to the 16-acre estate built in 1895 for James L. Breese, a financier. Considered one of White’s finest summer homes, it is now the Whitefield Condominiums.

  • Bob Marley, winner of this year’s XM/Sirius Super Bowl of Comedy, will appear at Bay Street Theater Monday at 8 p.m. as part of its Comedy Club series.

  • The Sundance Trio, one of the leading oboe, bassoon, and piano ensembles in North America, will give a free concert Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library. The trio, based in Utah, consists of Geralyn Giovanetti on oboe, Christian Smith, bassoon, and Jed Moss, piano.

  • The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present the East Coast theatrical premiere of “Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro Sr.” tomorrow at 6 p.m. Terrie Sultan, director of the museum, will lead a Q & A with Geeta Gandbhir, the film’s director, after the screening. Tickets are $10, free for members, children, and students.

  • Anthony Bourdain, a chef and writer whose explorations of food and culture have formed the basis of several successful television series, will be at Guild Hall Sunday at 11 a.m. for a conversation with Florence Fabricant, a cookbook author and food columnist for The New York Times. A book signing will follow.

  • Bergen, Clinton, BookHampton

    When Candice Bergen’s memoir “Knock Wood” came out in 1984, being chased by a young Jack Nicholson in “Carnal Knowledge” may still have been relatively fresh in the actress’s mind, but her days starring in the television series “Murphy Brown,” and Dan Quayle’s elevation of the character to cultural touchstone status, were yet to come, so there’s surely ample material for a follow-up.

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