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  • Jack Wilkins, a renowned jazz guitarist, will perform in concert at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday at 5 p.m. A fixture on the international jazz scene since the early 1970s, Mr. Wilkins has collaborated with Chet Baker, Sarah Vaughan, Bob Brookmeyer, and Buddy Rich, among others.

    He has recorded many albums, played numerous international festivals, and was awarded a National Education Association grant in recognition of his contribution to the guitar. Mr. Wilkins teaches at the New School, the Manhattan School of Music, N.Y.U., and Long Island University.

  • The Comedy Club at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present Bobby Collins on Monday at 8 p.m. Mr. Collins, who sold out his Bay Street show last year, has hosted VH-1’s “Stand Up Spotlight,” toured with Cher, Julio Iglesias, Dolly Parton, and Tony Bennett, and released six comedy CDs.

  • “Clever Little Lies,” a 2013 comedy by the Tony Award-winning playwright Joe DiPietro that premiered last fall at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, N.J., will open at Guild Hall on Wednesday and run through Aug. 3. The original cast — Marlo Thomas, Greg Mullavey, Jim Stanek, and Kate Wetherhead — will appear in the production, which will be directed by David Saint, artistic director of George Street Playhouse.

  • Alex Russo, who drew graphic accounts of combat firsthand during World War II, and who was a member of Navy intelligence involved in the Normandy invasion and other landings, will read from his memoir, “Combat Artist: A Journey of Love and War,” at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor tomorrow at 5 p.m.

  • A motorcyclist was seriously injured Saturday morning after a reported collision with a bus at the intersection of Main Street and Buell Lane in East Hampton Village. 

    East Hampton Village police detectives are investigating the crash, which took place at 11:12 a.m.  

  • Students of the Strings
    Student string musicians age 8 to 18 have been invited to join the virtuoso violinist Itzhak Perlman and the East End Arts Student Orchestra in an open rehearsal conducted by Mr. Perlman on July 31 at Southold High School.

  • Sandra Steinlauf, a former Montauk columnist for The East Hampton Star, died on May 27 in Boca Raton, Fla., at the age of 73. She had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer three and a half years ago.

    After graduating from Brooklyn College in 1962, she married Bernard Steinlauf, and the couple moved to Montauk, where, for 15 years, they owned the Takamatzia Motel. Ms. Steinlauf was president of the Montauk PTA, where she implemented a screening program for amblyopia, commonly called lazy eye.

  • Paul Schiavoni, a member of a large Sag Harbor family and a former member of the Sag Harbor School Board, died at his home on North Haven on June 26. A painting and wallpaper contractor who retired two years ago, he had A.L.S., a neurodegenerative condition known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, for three years. He was 74.

  • Nancy Paula Jensen-Norris, an East Hampton native who served for 28 years as a nurse at Southampton Hospital, died on June 21 in Gray, Me. She was 74 and had ovarian cancer for the last five years.

  • Elsie J. Edwards, who lived on Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett for 66 of her nearly 93 years, died at home on Friday. Her health had been in decline over the last several months, said her son, Bruce J. Edwards of Richmond, Va.

    A member of the Amagansett Presbyterian Church, she loved music and sang in the church choir, her son said. She was a determined woman with an energetic spirit, he said.

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