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  •     Diana M. Vogel, a poet, writer, and critic whose work appeared under the name D.H. Melhem, died in Long Beach, Calif., on June 15. A former summer resident of Springs, she was 86 and had been in declining health since she had a stroke in 2012.

        She published seven books of poetry, a fiction trilogy, short stories, essays, and academic articles, as well as two books of criticism on the African-American poet Gwendolyn Brooks.

  •     Word has been received of the death on July 13 of Sue Lynch, who lived in East Hampton as young child. Ms. Lynch died at home in Bakersfield, Calif. She was 64 and had been ill with breast cancer for about a year, said a cousin, Elaine Lynch of Riverhead.

  •    Kelly Wearstler, an interior and fashion designer, will have a trunk show on Saturday at 4 p.m. at MONC XIII on Madison Street in Sag Harbor, with cocktails and a book signing from 6 to 9 p.m.
       MONC XIII is a high-end furniture and home goods shop owned and operated by Natasha Esch, an interior designer and former president of Wilhelmina Models.

    S. Silverstein to N. Patel and H. Talib, 17 Fair Hills Lane, .92 acre, May 24, $3,150,000.
    R. Reid Jr. to I. and D. Friedrich, 619 Lumber Lane, .92 acre, May 24, $3,300,000.
    R. Mahler to Hampton Court Partners, 11 Hampton Court, .53 acre, May 24, $335,000.

    51 Cedar Street L.L.C. to Chateau Sardine #4 L, 51 Cedar Street, .5 acre, June 3, $525,000.
    W. Fowkes Jr. (by referee) to Waterfall Victoria, 300 Pantigo Place, Unit 117, May 30, $625,294.

  • Women Squash Pros Return
        The top 16 professional women’s squash doubles teams are to play in the Women’s Squash Doubles Association’s final tournament of the season, the second annual Wilson Cup, at the Elmaleh/Stanton courts at the Southampton Recreation Center this weekend, beginning today and ending Sunday.

  • Thursday, July 25
    SQUASH, women’s professional doubles Wilson Cup tournament, Elmaleh/Stanton courts, Southampton Recreation Center, through Sunday.

    Saturday, July 27
    SWIMMING, two-mile, one-mile, and half-mile ocean swims to benefit the planned Montauk Playhouse aquatics center, Kirk Park Beach, 7 a.m., registration from 6 a.m.
    POLO, Monty Waterbury Cup match, Heathcote vs. La Lechuza, Two Trees Stables, Hayground Road, Bridgehampton, 4 p.m.

  •     This weekend Peter M. Wolf will be making the rounds thrice over with his new memoir, “My New Orleans, Gone Away.” First, tomorrow at 5 p.m., he’ll read from the book and field questions about it for this summer’s iteration of the popular, shaded, and wet (with libations) Fridays at Five series at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton. Tickets cost $15.

  •     Not only is The Southampton Review’s new and loaded summer edition out and about to be celebrated with a couple of readings, the fledgling TSR Editions is unveiling its first effort, a book of photos by the playwright Joe Pintauro, with a reception and gallery show — all tomorrow, all at Stony Brook Southampton.

  •    “A Hundred Miles to the End,” a film by John Beattie that captures surf culture from Long Beach to Montauk, will be screened at Solé East on Second House Road in Montauk on Sunday as part of Smash Fest 1, a series of happenings from Brooklyn to Montauk showcasing surf films and art.

  •    The Parrish Art Museum’s Jazz en Plein Air series will resume tomorrow with the Richie Siegler Quartet’s jazz with Brazilian and Latin influences. Mr. Siegler is the founding director of Escola de Samba Boom, a 50-member percussion group that plays Brazilian music.

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