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  • Parents and teachers interested in the new Common Core curriculum, assessments, teacher evaluations, and student privacy may want to pull up State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle’s website Tuesday, when a forum with the New York State commissioner of education, John B. King, will be live-streamed from 6 to 8 p.m. from the Eastport South Manor Junior-Senior High School in Manorville.

  • East Hampton Town

    Town Vehicles Up for Grabs

           East Hampton Town has placed a number of vehicles for sale online at,  where bids will be accepted through Dec. 2.

           The cars and trucks include pickups, dump trucks, former police cars, and more.


    Deer Project Collaboration

  • The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor is hosting Typhoon Relief for the Philippines, a night of music by East End musicians, on Sunday beginning at 7. Among the participants are Lola, the Vandettas, Nancy Atlas, Inda Eaton, the Hoodoo Loungers, Rick Davies, Joe Delia and Thieves, and Gene Casey, with more performers expected.

    Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman and Bonnie Grice of WPPB 88.3 FM will co-host the event. The suggested donation is $25, though any amount would be appreciated. A raffle will raise additional money.

  •        Alfred E. Bosand, a renowned designer of couture clothing whose gowns were worn by such notables as Patricia Nixon, Dionne Warwick, and June Carter Cash, died on Nov. 15 in Delray Beach, Fla., after an extended illness. He was 89.

           For many years Mr. Bosand and his life partner, Jerry Yarnall, had a house in Water Mill.

  •       Phyllis Madan, a former Fashion Institute of Technology placement counselor who retired to an East Hampton vacation house in 1991 and became involved with the local Democratic Party, died last Thursday at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She was 85 and had been ill for several weeks, her family said.

  •        Marie Teresa Sansone, better known as Mona, died on Tuesday at Southampton Hospital. She was 88 and had been a resident of Sag Harbor for the last 11 years. Her death was attributed to old age.

    P. Geffen and K. Kessler to D. Lamb, 251 Lumber Lane, 1.31 acres, Sept. 25, $1,500,000.
    K. Praetorius to A. Burke, 2284 Main Street, Unit 1, Sept. 18, $419,000.
    FD HFZ Bridgehampton to 94 Highland Terrace, 94 Highland Terrace, 2.14 acres (vacant), Sept. 17, $7,000,000.

    R. Dorment to W. and E. Tobin, 147 Cedar Street, 1.2 acres (vacant), Sept. 5, $1,200,000.
    P. and S. Wunsch to P. Kuhn, 1 Irma Court, .6 acre, Sept. 17, $1,750,000.

  • Sunday, November 24
    MEN’S SOCCER, O.F.I. Crete New York vs. East Hampton Football Club, noon, and Hauppauge vs. Hampton United, 2 p.m., Ross School.

    Monday, November 25
    MEN’S SOCCER, 7-on-7 league final, Herrick Park, East Hampton, 7 p.m.

    Thursday, November 28
    TURKEY TROTS, 3 and 6-mile run-walks around Fort Pond sponsored by East Hampton Town Recreation Department and John Keeshan Realty, the Circle, Montauk, 10 a.m., check-in 8-9:30.

  •     Linda Russell, a balladeer and musician who performs early American music at historic and cultural sites around the country, will bring a musical celebration of an 18th-century Christmas to the Montauk Library on Dec. 1 at 3:30 p.m. The program, “Sing We All Merrily: An Early American Holiday,” will feature Ms. Russell on hammered dulcimer and other historic instruments; the soprano Margery Cohen, and Christa Patton on flute and harp.

  •     The Upright Citizens Brigade Tour Company will bring 90 minutes of long-form improvisation to the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m.

        In long-form improvisation, which was pioneered by Del Close in Chicago and brought to New York City by the Upright Citizens Brigade, performers create an entire show consisting of interconnected scenes, characters, and ideas without any pre-planning or pre-writing.

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