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  • AMAGANSETT
    M. and C. Vitale to North Whale L.L.C., 19 Katie Lane, 1.17 acres (vacant), May 25, $625,000.

    BRIDGEHAMPTON
    R. Michaels to Bank of New York Mellon, 4 Paumanok Road, 4.59 acres, Nov. 17, $2,911,600.

    EAST HAMPTON
    Deutsche Bank to M. and M. Lavin, 1 Soak Hides Road, .2 acre, Apr. 20, $200,000.
    A. Wittmer to P. Gallagher and C. Gill, 174 Three Mile Harbor Road, .34 acre, May 25, $349,000.
    M. Villacis to D. Long, 12 East Amagansett Drive, .46 acre (vacant), May 23, $160,000.

  • Tennis Anyone?
        Hannah McFarland of Southampton and Yesim Philip of Bridgehampton, two longtime East Enders, have designed and launched L’Etoile Sport, a new luxury tennis line. The line “promises to bring the elegance back to the tennis court,” according to the company’s press release.

  • ‘The Tempest’
        “The Tempest” will storm onto an outdoor stage at Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island for a two-night run this weekend. The 90-minute show, a presentation of the Green Theatre Collective, will start at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, with tickets sold at the door, $15 for adults and $5 for children. The production will take place in a field at the manor, 80 North Ferry Road, unless it rains, in which case it will move indoors to Havens House, 16 South Ferry Road.

  • A driver was killed and her passenger left in serious condition after apparently turning into the path of an oncoming pickup truck Wednesday night.
  • Sag Harbor Library
        The John Jermain Library in Sag Harbor hosts Stories, Songs and Playtime every Thursday from 10:30-11:30 p.m. for children ages 1 to 4. On Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. it’s Playdough Time for ages 3 to 9, and on Monday, children of all ages are invited to a half-hour Pajama Story Time, starting at 6 p.m. Kids should wear pajamas and bring books home for their own bedtime. 

  •     Andre Dupuis of East Hampton, a distinguished psychiatrist and medical researcher, skilled organist and pianist, and devoted gardener, died on June 19 at Southampton Hospital of cardiopulmonary arrest. He was 75 years old.

  •     Nancy Kane, a former teacher whose service to the community included membership in the Springs Presbyterian Church, the Accabonac Protection Committee, the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, and an appointment to the East Hampton Town Planning Board, died at home in East Hampton last Thursday, two months after being diagnosed with cancer. She was 78.
        Ms. Kane, who enjoyed the outdoors, led more than 100 hikes for the Trails Preservation Society throughout the town until this year.

  •     Philip Leonard Cicero, a weekend and summer Noyac resident who had retired from teaching math at William Bryant High School in Queens in 2010, died on June 24. His family said the cause was congestive heart failure. He would have been 62 on July 9.

  •     Visiting hours for the Rev. Charles E. Hopson will be tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church on Spinner Lane in East Hampton, where he was the pastor. His funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the church.
        Reverend Hopson, who lived on Accabonac Road in East Hampton, died unexpectedly on Monday. He was 59. An obituary will appear in a future issue.