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  • Kathryn Levy, There and Here
        Perusing this page on a westbound Hampton Jitney? Valued reader, much thanks. But your time in the city doesn’t mean you can’t get a dose of South Fork-style culture. Tomorrow night at 7, Kathryn Levy, a Sag Harbor poet, will be bending the paperback covers of her new collection, “Reports,” for a reading at Poets House, the archive and cultural center at 10 River Terrace in Manhattan.

  • East Hampton

    A man posing as an immigration lawyer defrauded a resident of Spring Close Highway to the tune of about $19,000 by promising to clear up his pending immigration case. The victim paid out the money over the course of several months at the end of last year, even going to California to meet the so-called attorney. He discovered that no work had been done on his case and called police at the beginning of this year. The fake lawyer and the money have disappeared, and police reported no leads.

  • Dems’ Campaign Rally

        The East Hampton Democratic Party has invited people to an “old-fashioned campaign rally” on Saturday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the East Hampton Neighborhood House. There will be live music, free food and drinks for adults and children, and the Democratic candidates for town supervisor and town board, Larry Cantwell, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, and Job Potter, will be on hand. The Neighborhood House is on Three Mile Harbor Road.

    Gansett Gathering for G.O.P.

  • “Frankenstein Follies”

        The young actors of Stages, a Children’s Theatre Workshop, will present “Frankenstein Follies,” a Halloween-themed musical review this weekend at the Bay Street Theatre.

        The musical, which is directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard, will feature monsters, ghouls, and a cast of 39 young performers, with evening show times tomorrow and Saturday at 7:30 and matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2.

  •     The Ross School’s Innovation Lab, an academy for high school students focusing in science, math, engineering, media, and technology, has announced a new marine science program that will begin in January.

  •     Bruce and Linda Beyer of Sag Harbor have announced the Sept. 7 marriage of their daughter Deanna Lynn Beyer to Brian Joseph Locascio, a son of Harold and Nancy Locascio of Noyac. The wedding took place at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor. The Rev. Mark Phillips officiated.

        The bride was driven to the church in a 1931 Model A Ford, and was escorted by her father. She wore an ivory lace gown and carried a bouquet of ivory and coral roses.

  •     Nicole Karlebach, the daughter of Nancy and Craig Karlebach of Springs, and Matthew Hoisington, the son of Melissa and Scott Hoisington of Kingfield, Me., were married on Sept. 29 in Westhampton Beach.

        The ceremony took place on the beach underneath a huppah built by the bridegroom. Rabbi Howard Nacht of Merrick officiated at the ceremony, and a reception followed at the Oceanbleu at the Westhampton Bath and Tennis Hotel and Marina, with music by Cafe Wha?, a New York City band.

  •     Wanda Roberta Wyluda, a woman of many interests who lived on Stephen Hand’s Path in East Hampton for many years, died in Southampton on Oct. 19 after a short illness.

        “She was a housewife who loved to cook, sewed well, knitted, and was part of a weekly Scrabble game, which she excelled at,” her daughter, Susan Casper of East Hampton, said.

  •     Joseph Ferrante of East Hampton, a man of many talents who worked for 30 years at Brookhaven National Laboratories assisting scientists in the search for the source of matter, died on Oct. 2 at Stony Brook University Hospital at the age of 88. He had been in declining health and he was taken to the hospital by helicopter after an apparent heart attack.

  •     Robert S. Greene, a writer, New Orleans jazz musician, documentarian, and historian, died of lung cancer on Oct. 13 at home on Red Dirt Road in Springs at the age of 91. The illness had been recently diagnosed.

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