Vicki Lynne Rhodes, a custodian for the East Hampton School District for many years, died on Nov. 18 at Southampton Hospital from a cardiac-related illness. She was 63.
Born on Dec. 6, 1949, Ms. Rhodes was the third of Edward Rhodes and Ida Mae Gibble’s five children. She lived in East Hampton for her entire life, attending school here. In high school, she excelled athletically and played on many varsity teams. Later, she went to work for the school district, primarily in the middle school.
After years of battling drug addiction, Pascal Leader, known as Sax, died at his apartment in New York City on Saturday afternoon. He was 25.
A surfer who had traveled to Hawaii, Bali, and Australia for the waves, he was also a talented artist who drew on surf and skate themes in the graphic designs that adorned the T-shirts sold by his On Point company.
There's just 13 days until Christmas. This weekend you can get your shopping done while also enjoying the festivities at events like the Holiday Stroll in East Hampton or the holiday sales in Bridgehampton. Mark the end of Hanukkah with the Menorahcade that will drive through East Hampton on Saturday. There's something for everyone this weekend.
Carter Burwell, an Amagansett resident and movie composer whose score for "Carol" has made him an industry favorite for his first Academy Award nomination, will be at the East Hampton Library on Friday for a screening of "Gods and Monsters," the Bill Condon film, at 4 p.m.