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  •    Peter Heinz, the latecomer who won the recent Turbo-Tri triathlon at Maidstone Park, took the lead on the 7-mile bicycle leg, not in the 300-yard swim, as was reported on these pages last week. Gary Zaino, 49, of Hampton Bays, the fourth-place finisher, was first out of the water.

  • Saturday, July 6
    SWIMMING, ‘Swim Across America’ half-mile, mile, and three mile races in Gardiner’s Bay, benefit cancer research and Fighting Chance, Fresh Pond Road, Amagansett, 6-11 a.m.

    Sunday, July 7
    RUNNING, ‘Firecracker 8K,’ benefit Southampton Rotary scholarship fund, Agawam Park, Southampton, 8:30 a.m.

    Monday, July 8

  • A Summer of Friday Authors
        There are readings, and then there are readings at which you can wipe your mouth of a toothsome hors d’oeuvre, rise from your folding chair, and direct a question of your choosing at the author in attendance, plastic tumbler of chardonnay in hand.

  •    Direct from her sold-out performance at Lincoln Center, Audra McDonald, the celebrated soprano and actress, will perform with her jazz ensemble at Guild Hall on Saturday at 7 p.m.
        Ms. McDonald, who is touring in support of her new album, “Go Back Home,” was a presenter at the recent Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall. She then closed the show in a surprise performance with the actor and director Neil Patrick Harris.

  •    The Sag Harbor Historical Society is starting up its Fridays on the Porch series — informal open house events at the Annie Cooper Boyd House with refreshments and speakers. On Friday, July 12, Rebecca Radin will talk about the influence of William Merritt Chase’s Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art on the painting of Annie Cooper Boyd.
        Ms. Radin, a former professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan, ran an art gallery in the first Borders bookstore. The event goes from 5 to 6 p.m. Donations would be appreciated.

  •    Dom Irerra, who has been nominated six times for an American Comedy Award, starred in countless comedy television shows for HBO, Showtime, Comedy Central, Fox, and Nickelodeon, and performed in four films, will take the stage as part of the 2013 Comedy Club at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Monday. Mr. Irerra sharpened his stand-up comedy skills growing up in a multigenerational Italian household in South Philadelphia.

  •    Music lovers have been invited to lounge on the lawn or the terrace of the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow for a performance by SisterMonk. The band, mostly female-powered, makes music that is soulful, easy to dance to, and draws on a variety of cultures. They have previously performed with Zap Mama, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Anoushka Shankar, and the Karl Denson Trio.
        The show, from 5 to 8 p.m., is free with museum admission.
     

  •     While the votes for the two candidates for Sagaponack Village trustee were close in number on Friday, the race was not.

        Joy Sieger and William Barbour were each re-elected for two-year terms. Ms. Sieger got 47 votes; Mr. Barbour 46.

        The village board holds public meetings on the third Monday of each month and meets on planning issues on the second Monday of each month. A monthly calendar and legal notices are posted on the village’s Web site, sagaponackvillage.org.
     

  • East Hampton Village

    Emily Strauss reported her MacBook Air laptop missing early after she took a cab last week from Main Street to her house. Police called the driver, who said he had not seen the computer. Police encouraged her to retrace her steps.

    A man left his black gym bag on a bench at Herrick Park on June 14 to walk over to the swings for five minutes. It was gone when he returned.

  • The View From Year Round

        Us vs. them, locals vs. visitors, year-rounders vs. summer people. These points of contrast and conflict are constant on the South Fork and ones that students from Pierson Middle and High School have tried to address through the camera lens. The products of their exploration about what it means to be a year-round resident of the East End, and Sag Harbor, in particular, are part of the exhibit “But Do You Go to School Here?” opening tomorrow at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor.

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