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  •    The sounds of summer begin tomorrow at 6 p.m. with the return of D.J. Blind Prophet to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. The public is invited to enjoy food and beverages, along with music, on the terrace. The event is free with museum admission.

  •    Three couples, an indiscretion, a cover-up, accusations, and crumbling alibis on overlapping sets lead to confusion and comedy in the Hampton Theatre Company’s revival of Alan Ayckbourn’s “How the Other Half Loves,” opening today for a three-week run at Quogue Community Hall.

  •    Southampton Cultural Center will present a dance recital by Steps Repertory Ensemble, the resident contemporary dance company of Steps on Broadway, on June 1 at 7 p.m. at the center’s Levitas Center for the Arts.

  •    Christine Sciulli, the first artist in residence at the South Fork Natural History Museum on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton, will collaborate with Jaanika Peerna, an artist and performer, and David Rothenberg, a composer, for a multimedia concert and performance on Saturday based on Ms. Sciulli’s installation “The Expansive Field.”

  •     Ille Arts in Amagansett is sponsoring a fund-raising concert by Philip Glass and Jon Gibson on June 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the lecture hall at the Ross School. Proceeds will support the gal­lery’s community programs and emerg­ing artists exhibitions.
        Along with the music of Mr. Glass and Mr. Gibson, a saxophonist, attendees can enjoy cocktails and an opportunity to bid on works of art offered in a silent auction.
        Tickets cost $200 and are available by e-mailng Sara de Luca at sara@illearts. com.

  •     The Hamptons International Film Festival will begin its fifth SummerDocs series on June 15 with “Twenty Feet from Stardom,” directed by Morgan Neville.
        The documentary looks at the backup singers who help bring out the best in their leads. It focuses on three artists, all different in their styles, genres, and time periods, who offer their take on what it’s like to be just to the left of the limelight.

  • Mac Griswold on “The Manor”

  •    Six noted designers and decorators who live or work on the South Fork have staged an unusual showhouse that will open this weekend as a benefit for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons. They have taken over six rooms in the organization’s thrift shop, on the Montauk Highway in Sagaponack, and decorated them on intriguing themes. Grace Coddington, the creative director of Vogue, is the honorary chairwoman.

  • Amagansett

    A Stihl chainsaw and a Jaquelyne armchair were taken from a Surf Drive house early last month. To replace the missing items it will cost about $800.

    East Hampton

    Three screens were cut over the winter months in an apparent attempt to gain entry to a Cedar Street house. The owner, Scott Smith, told police on Friday that the house had been unoccupied from January through April. Despite the damage to the screens, valued at $60 each, there was no break-in.

  •     Ruth Holcomb, a former model and education activist who was active in volunteer work throughout her life, died at Southampton Hospital on April 24. She was 82 and had recently suffered a stroke.

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