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  • Thursday, July 25
    SQUASH, women’s professional doubles Wilson Cup tournament, Elmaleh/Stanton courts, Southampton Recreation Center, through Sunday.

    Saturday, July 27
    SWIMMING, two-mile, one-mile, and half-mile ocean swims to benefit the planned Montauk Playhouse aquatics center, Kirk Park Beach, 7 a.m., registration from 6 a.m.
    POLO, Monty Waterbury Cup match, Heathcote vs. La Lechuza, Two Trees Stables, Hayground Road, Bridgehampton, 4 p.m.

  •     This weekend Peter M. Wolf will be making the rounds thrice over with his new memoir, “My New Orleans, Gone Away.” First, tomorrow at 5 p.m., he’ll read from the book and field questions about it for this summer’s iteration of the popular, shaded, and wet (with libations) Fridays at Five series at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton. Tickets cost $15.

  •     Not only is The Southampton Review’s new and loaded summer edition out and about to be celebrated with a couple of readings, the fledgling TSR Editions is unveiling its first effort, a book of photos by the playwright Joe Pintauro, with a reception and gallery show — all tomorrow, all at Stony Brook Southampton.

  •    “A Hundred Miles to the End,” a film by John Beattie that captures surf culture from Long Beach to Montauk, will be screened at Solé East on Second House Road in Montauk on Sunday as part of Smash Fest 1, a series of happenings from Brooklyn to Montauk showcasing surf films and art.

  •    The Parrish Art Museum’s Jazz en Plein Air series will resume tomorrow with the Richie Siegler Quartet’s jazz with Brazilian and Latin influences. Mr. Siegler is the founding director of Escola de Samba Boom, a 50-member percussion group that plays Brazilian music.

  •     On Wednesday at the Montauk Library, Janice Friedman, a singer and pianist, will perform favorites from the American Songbook, several Brazilian tunes, pop songs from the 1960s and 1970s, and her own compositions.
        Her piano playing “carries the aura and variety of a big band,” The New York Times wrote. She has performed at jazz clubs and concert halls across the country, including Carnegie Hall. The free event will run from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.

  •     Guild Hall will present “Fashion Insiders With Fern Mallis: Nicole Miller” on Sunday at 11 a.m. to mark the beginning of a series in which Ms. Mallis will explore the fashion industry with the people who know it best.

  •    The Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs series will continue in August with two more films: “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me” on Aug. 12 and “The Short Game” on Aug. 30.

  • Amagansett

    An aluminum extension ladder valued at $200 was stolen from a Hand Lane property late last month. Nicholas Contos told police he’d left it near some garbage cans. Neither his garbage removal company nor his landscapers knew where it was.

    On the morning of July 7 Joe LaCarrubba found a window broken at Encore Sports. Damages were estimated at $1,000.

    East Hampton

  • Pop Ups’ “Radio Jungle”

        “Prepare for an educational romp through time and space populated with mermaids, bananas, on-location-extreme-cooking shows, treasure maps, giant crayons, a sky full of glowing constellations, bilingual bats, and more,” the Pop Ups promise of their new show, “Radio Jungle,” which they will take to the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton on Tuesday.

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