“All My Georgias”
Living history will walk through the East Hampton Library’s heavy wooden door on Saturday when Redjeb Jordania of Springs arrives to read from his new memoir, “All My Georgias.” His father was the first president of Georgia. In 1921 his family and the entire government fled to France, where Mr. Jordania was born, to escape the Soviet occupation.
Charles Boothe, a driver for East End Taxis, reported to police that he had picked up three young women a little after 2 a.m. on July 9 at Rushmeyer’s in Montauk, intending to take them to an address they gave on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton. They agreed to a fare of $75, he said. After asking him to stop in Amagansett so they could get pizza, however, they could not agree on a price for waiting time.