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  • The John Drew Theater Lab will present “Songs of Life and Love,” a free performance by Paul Alexander, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Guild Hall. Mr. Alexander, an ASCAP award-winner and East End resident, has performed at many venues, New York City cabaret clubs and theaters among them. The program will include an eclectic mix of pop songs, standards, country, and a few originals. Dan Koontz will accompany Mr. Alexander.

  • The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale is presenting “No One Remembers Alone: Memory, Migration, and the Making of an American Family,” an exhibition organized by Patricia Klindienst, through Feb. 1.

  • Mary Black, a dominant presence in Irish music both at home and abroad for 25 years, will perform at the Basilica Parish of the Sacred Heart Jesus and Mary Catholic Church in Southampton tomorrow at 7 p.m. as part of her international “Last Call Tour.”

  • “Celebrating Architecture,” a program of A.I.A. Peconic, will take place Saturday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Southampton Arts Center in the old Parrish Art Museum building on Job’s Lane.

    The evening will offer an opportunity to see three exhibits — “Art by Architects,” “Firm Exhibits,” and “Design Award Entries.” The 2014 Daniel J. Rowen Memorial Design Award winners will be announced.

    Tickets are $55 and entitle guests to hors d’oeuvres and cocktails.

  • “The Only Real Game,” a documentary by Mirra Bank about the popularity of baseball in the isolated state of Manipur in India, will be screened at Quad Cinema in New York City tomorrow through next Thursday.

    Ms. Bank, who lives in East Hampton, presents a portrait of the past and present in a complex society that hosts two envoy coaches from Major League Baseball. Images of instructional clinics are intercut with archival material that fills in the history of Manipur, including its ongoing 50 years of martial law.

  • In honor of Veterans Day and the centennial of the outbreak of World War I, the Montauk Library will present “Over There: Songs of World War I,” a free concert, on Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

    Linda Russell, balladeer for the National Park Service at Federal Hall National Memorial in New York City for 16 years, will interpret the Great War through the music of the battlefield and the home front.

  • Thinking Differently

    David Flink, a founder of Eye to Eye, a national mentoring program, is not only an expert in learning disabilities, he has had his own struggles with them, specifically dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Now, he’s bringing all of that background to the East Hampton Library in a program for parents. Called “Thinking Differently: Reframing Learning for a New Generation,” it starts at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.

  • Amagansett

    An exterior wall of the Ganeaux clothing store on Main Street was vandalized with spray paint on the evening of Oct. 19. A witness followed the vandal, who crossed the street a couple of times before disappearing into the municipal parking lot. Police checked the area to no avail.

  • For Day of the Dead

    The Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, will be celebrated on Saturday at La Fondita in Amagansett, where kids can decorate paper skulls, play games, and enjoy some traditional Mexican treats from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The rain date is Sunday.

  • The East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force is sponsoring a student film contest for 3rd through 12th graders. Films must be between three and five minutes long and should address one of three topics: anti-bullying, diversity, or accepting others. Projects can be done individually or as a group. All who participate will receive a certificate giving them five hours of community service credits.

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