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  •     The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue will hold open auditions for “The Foreigner,” a comedy by Larry Shue about a shy Englishman’s unexpected adventure at a lodge in rural Georgia, on Sunday and Monday, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Quogue Community Hall.

  •     A free screening of “Shored Up,” an 84-minute documentary by Ben Kalina about coastal development, sea level rise, and the science and policy debates surrounding these issues, will be held at the Westhampton Beach Library tonight at 7.

  •     Rick Darke, a designer, author, and photographer, will give an illustrated talk on “The Accidental Landscape: Celebrating the Collision of Culture and Ecology,” on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons in Bridgehampton.

  •     This weekend’s musical menu at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton ranges from blues and jazz to classical. Rhonda Denet, a vocalist, and the Silver Fox Trio will perform a selection of jazz standards and soul classics that pay tribute to Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Nancy Wilson, and others, tomorrow evening at 7.

  • Suffolk’s 2014 living wage, which applies to all county contractors and subcontractors, as well as companies benefiting from tax subsidies, grants, and other county assistance, is $13.37 an hour. The hourly minimum wage for those who receive health benefits from their employer is $11.74.

  •        Renee Ann Forsberg and Roberto Angel Salomon were married on Sept. 15 at the Montauk Point Lighthouse. Former East Hampton Town Justice James R. Ketcham performed the ceremony, and a reception followed at the Navy Beach restaurant in Montauk.

  • The road to sobriety has been running through East Hampton Town lately.

    For the second week in a row, there was not one drunken-driving arrest made in the town, including that part of Sag Harbor within town limits.

    Police calls for the month of December, through Sunday, are also down. In December 2012 police recorded 942 “events,” meaning police activity of all kinds. For the same time period this year, the number is 905.

  • Amagansett

    Jim Tillman, the caretaker of a house on Atlantic Avenue, told police in November that both exterior keypad posts at the entrance gate had been vandalized, and would cost $5,000 to replace. Police released the report this week.

    East Hampton

    A 15-foot Norway spruce was chopped down and stolen from the front yard of a Huckleberry Lane condominium in early December. Mark Cassella told police on Dec. 18 that it would cost $600 to replace the tree.

    East Hampton Village

  • Teen Music Month

           Tomorrow night will mark the beginning of Monster Music Month at the Amagansett Library, a series of free concerts and musical events for teens co-sponsored by Crossroads Music.

  •        Robert Aldridge Landrum, a former East End resident who worked as an advertising sales representative for The East Hampton Star and The Independent, died on Dec. 11, at Indiana University Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. He had been ill for some time, his sister Gail Victoria Landrum, Ph.D., of Atlantic Beach, Fla., said.

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