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  •     Certain Moves, a five-piece jazz ensemble, will perform a free concert at the Rogers Memorial Library in South­ampton Sunday afternoon at 3. The group, which includes Abdul Zhuri on guitar and vocals, Bill (Bang) Gaines on keys and vocals, Charles Certain on sax and vocals, Randy London on drums and pans, and Wayne Hart on bass and vocals, specializes in smooth jazz and R&B.

        Jazz fans unable to make the Sunday performance can catch the band tomorrow evening from 5 to 8 at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack.

  •     The National Theatre Live series at Guild Hall will present the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” on Saturday at 7 p.m. Tom Hiddleston and Mark Gatiss star in the tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, set in Rome.

        The Donmar Warehouse is a theater in London’s West End, where the production was filmed live on Jan. 30. Tickets are $18, $16 for members.

  •     The Southampton Historical Museum will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Pyrrhus Concer on Saturday at the Rogers Mansion with an afternoon of free programs devoted to the man who was born a slave in Southampton in 1814 and died a philanthropist in 1897.

  •     “Beautiful Tree, Severed Roots,” a documentary by Kenny Mann, will be screened tonight at 7 at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. The film premiered at the Hamptons Take 2 documentary film festival in December.

        Ms. Mann’s parents were Jewish refugees who fled from Romania to Kenya in 1942. Born four years later, the filmmaker grew up in Kenya and lived there until she graduated from the University of Nairobi in 1968.

  • East Hampton

    An unlocked car belonging to John Papas of Squires Path was entered in the overnight hours on March 5, and a Garmin GPS was stolen. Mr. Papas told police that day that his dog had started barking around 2 a.m., but that he hadn’t thought anything of it.

    An East Hampton High School student had $25 stolen from her backpack, which she had left in an unlocked locker, on March 3.

  •        “The weather for our past month of February has given this weather observer and recorder a very uneasy time,” Richard G. Hendrickson, a United States Cooperative weather observer, wrote from Bridgehampton.

  •        Harry Blumenfeld and Martin Falzack, East Hampton residents for over 50 years, were married at City Hall in Manhattan on March 4.

  • East Hampton Town

    Board Suspends Testing

  •        Betty Edwardes,  who with her husband, the photographer David Edwardes, ran the Lighthouse Photo Shop on Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village for some 20 years, died at home in Windsor, Calif., on Feb. 21 of the complications of Alzheimer’s disease. She was a month shy of her 90th birthday.

  •        Robert A. MacGarva Jr., a lifelong East Hampton resident, died of kidney failure on Sunday at Good Shepherd Hospice in Port Jefferson. He was 88.

           A land surveyor and painting contractor, Mr. MacGarva was born on Feb. 21, 1926, at Dune Alpin Farm in East Hampton, to Robert A. MacGarva Sr. and the former Gertrude McDonald. His father worked for the New York Telephone Company as a line and switchboard supervisor.

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