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  •     Diana Victoria Rowe, a longtime resident of Amagansett and member of the Maidstone and Devon Yacht Clubs, died on May 14 at the home of her daughter Grace Rowe in Cataumet, Mass., after a brief illness. She was 93 years old.
        Born on the Fourth of July, 1919, in Brookline, Mass., where she spent much of her childhood, she attended St. Timothy’s School in Maryland, an all-girl’s boarding school. Her parents were George Chalmers Cutler and the former Susan Margaret Stackpole.

  • AMAGANSETT
    K. Woodward to J. Bell and I. Anguelova, 1853 Montauk Highway, .21 acre, April 4, $600,000.
    E. Diamond (by executor) to S. and S. Greenstein, 88 Indian Wells Highway, 2.54 acres, April 12, $7,500,000.

    BRIDGEHAMPTON
    E. Hampton (by executor) to D. Amada and M. Kumwenda, 26 Huntington Crossway, .51 acre, April 12, $292,580.
    C. and K. Picket to S. and J. Smigel and J. Luchs, 17 Woodruff Ln, .56 acre, April 3, $1,985,000.
    M. Lesser and M. Schneider to T. Solomon, 41 Jennifir Lane, 1.92 acres, April 18, $3,313,000.

  •    Jason Richardson has joined the team of Wells Fargo home mortgage professionals. He is based in Southampton.
       A mortgage consultant, Mr. Richardson earned a master’s degree in business administration from Dowling College in Oakdale in 2009. Mr. Richardson has been a personal banker at Capital One in Quogue and at J.P. Morgan Chase in Riverhead.

  •    Ian Lynch, the Colgate-bound East Hampton High School senior and class valedictorian, made the all-state golf team as a result of his 15th-place finish in the state tournament played on Cornell University’s course last weekend.
       It was the first time that Lynch, who also was the recipient of Suffolk golf’s sportsmanship award, had made the all-state team.

  • Saturday, June 8
    MONTAUK TRIATHLON, 1-mile swim, 22-mile bike, and 10K run, intersection of West Lake and Star Island Drives, 7:30 a.m.
    SOFTBALL, state Class C semifinals, Morse Fields, Queensbury, 9 a.m.; final,  Adirondack Sports Complex, Queensbury, 2 p.m.
    BASEBALL, state Class C semifinals, Broome Community College, Binghamton, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.; championship game, 4.
    SWIM ACROSS AMERICA, kick-off reception, Sag Harbor Yacht Club, 6-9 p.m.

  • David Margolick on “Dreadful”
        Here’s a title to prick up your ears: “Dreadful: The Short Life and Gay Times of John Horne Burns.” Burns, a conflicted man of no small measure of inner turmoil and anger, came out with “The Gallery” in 1947, a debut collection of related stories praised for its descriptions of wartime Italy. It contained an early depiction of what it was like to be gay in the military and sold 500,000 copies.

  •    The Watermill Center will hold its last two open rehearsals of the spring season this week.
        On Sunday at 6 p.m., Susan Yan­kowitz, a librettist and playwright, and Kamala Sankaram, an Indian-American composer, will present “Thumb­print,” an opera-theater work inspired by the experiences of Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani woman who famously brought her rapists to justice.

  •    The Perlman Music Program will present two evenings of collaborations in which “future stars of classical music” join such veterans as Paul Katz, Merry Peckham, Roger Tapping, Don Weilerstein, Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, and Itzhak Perlman himself to perform chamber music masterworks. A meet-and-greet reception with the artists will follow both events.

  •    Orion Weiss and Anna Polonsky will play for the Rising Stars piano series on Saturday at the Southampton Cultural Center’s Levitas Center.
        A renowned young American soloist, Mr. Weiss has been a Pianofest participant since he was 15. Ms. Polonsky, who will make her debut at Carnegie Hall later this year, will join him to perform Gabriel Faure’s “Dolly” Suite for four hands, Igor Stravinsky’s Concerto for Two Pianos, and George Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” for two pianos.

  •    The laughs continue at Bay Street Theatre’s Comedy Club on Monday, with Jim Breuer, a stand-up comedian, taking the mike. Raised UpIsland in Valley Stream, Mr. Breuer hit the big time when he joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live,” where he became known for his original character Goat Boy and for his impression of Joe Pesci, the actor. Since then, the comic has had roles in several movies, most notably “Half Baked,” in which he co-starred with Dave Chappelle.

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