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  • The Art of Song Parlor Jazz Series will resume Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Museum’s archive build­ing with “Journeys,” a concert by Darcey, a North Fork-based singer, composer, arranger, and educator who has been performing for 35 years.

    The programs are hosted by Jane Hastay, a pianist, and Peter Martin Weiss, a bassist, both of whom will accompany Darcey along with John Cataletto on drums and Morris Goldberg on saxophone. Tickets are $25, $15 for members. More information can be found at

  • “Emmett, Down in My Heart,” a play by Clare Coss, who lives in Springs, will be performed at the Castillo Theatre in Manhattan from tomorrow through May 17.

    The play interweaves text, music, and immersive staging to tell the story of the 1955 lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till in the Mississippi Delta. Performances will take place Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at

  • The Garden Club of Shelter Island will hold its 14th juried daffodil show and afternoon tea on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Ram’s Head Inn. Accredited by the American Daffodil Society, the event will include assorted sweets and savories, design, horticulture, and youth exhibits, and vendors. Entries in horticulture can be submitted tomorrow from 2 to 6 p.m. at the inn. Admission to the show is $25. More information is available from Dianne at 749-7849.

  • The Salon Series, a program of concerts by award-winning young classical musicians, will return to the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow evening at 6 with Tim Fain, a violinist who has not only performed with orchestras in the U.S. and abroad but has also appeared on screen in “Black Swan” and as a violin double for Richard Gere and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

    Mr. Fain, who plays an instrument made by Francesco Gobetti in Venice in 1717, will be accompanied on piano by Tanya Gabrielian, who was featured in the Salon Series last spring.

  • In the wake of Jason Alexander’s departure from Bay Street Theater’s “Other People’s Money” to replace Larry David in his Broadway show “Fish in the Dark,” the theater has had to do some tweaking of its summer season.

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  • Patrick Keller, a Montauk resident and former East Hampton Town recycling center supervisor, died on Friday at Southampton Hospital. He was 63. A wake will be held on Monday at Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Mass will be said at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk on Tuesday at 11 a.m. A full obituary will appear in a future edition of The Star. 

  • Sports Clinics

    Indoor soccer, flag football, volleyball, and inline skating clinics start next week at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett. Offered in conjunction with the East Hampton Town Recreation Department, the clinics run for eight weeks and cost $125.

  • With New York state’s standardized English and math tests coming up, the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor is hoping to reach parents who have questions about how to opt out of the tests.

    In a letter posted on Facebook on Tuesday via the group South Fork Alliance for Common Sense Education, the union announced it has planned a forum for parents to learn about the opt out movement. A documentary called “Standardized” will be screened. The event is planned for tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the Old Whalers Church, which is at 44 Union Street in Sag Harbor.

  • Amagansett

    Daniel Gaunt of Coram parked his Ford van outside Luz’s Deli on the morning of March 30. He returned to the van to find that several items had been stolen from the middle console.

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  • The young dancers of the Hampton Ballet Theatre School presented their spring ballet this weekend at Guild Hall's John Drew Theater in East Hampton.
  • Friday is the final day of the WPPB spring pledge drive, and the sole National Public Radio-affiliated station based on Long Island has taken to YouTube to extend its pitch. Geir Magnusson, a videomaker and commercial photographer, prepared the short spot, which features a number of the WPPB hosts.

  • For the first time in 16 years, the Bridgehampton boys are heading back to Glens Falls for a chance at a state basketball championship. 

    The Bees easily won the New York State southeastern Class D regional game, pouncing on Livingston Manor, from Sullivan County, 60-39 Friday evening at Suffolk Community College in Selden. 

  • The annual Empty Bowls event benefiting the Springs Seedlings Project happens on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. at the American Legion. Guests who have been invited to bring their own bowls, large or small, can sampele soups prepared by 28 chefs. Bowls will be provided by those arriving without one. Guests can take soups to go as well. 

    The event also includes raffles and baked goods. Admission is $12, $5 for children 13 and under. Kids under 5 will be admitted free. 

  • The annual fund-raiser for the Kendall Madison Foundation happens Friday night at 8 at the Stephen Talkhouse. The $20 donation funds the Kendall Madison Scholarship Fund, established in 1995 in memory of a popular student athlete who died that year at the age of 21. 

    In addition to the scholarship, the foundation provides financial assistance to those in need and helps to fund the Kendall Madison Fitness Center at East Hampton High School. 

  • With a winter storm warning in effect for the East End through Thursday evening, many are keeping their doors closed for the day.

  • The Bargain Box and Bargain Books, the thrift shops at the Ladies Village Improvement Society in East Hampton, will reopen on Tuesday at 10 a.m. after a monthlong hiatus. 

    The shops, all gussied up for spring, will celebrate the season ahead with a raffle this week. When a customer makes a purchase, he or she will be entered in a raffle for a $50 voucher for a future shopping spree at the L.V.I.S. The drawing will be on Saturday at 4 p.m.

  • Bridgehampton beat Stony Brook 54-36 in the county Class C-D championship game at William Floyd High School on Saturday afternoon.

    The Bees may have gone into the game a little overconfident, according to their coach, Carl Johnson, because two of Stony Brook's best players were benched, including the point guard, who sat out with an injury. Nevertheless, Stony Brook kept up with Bridgehampton in the first half, waiting until the last few seconds on the clock during each possession to get off a shot. The Bees led 19-14 at the half.

  • Harborfields High School defeated the East Hampton High School boys basketball team in the county Class A semifinal game on Friday.

    The second-seeded Tornadoes prevailed 73-58 at home against the third-seeded Bonackers to qualify for the championship game on Tuesday at Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station. 

  • A fire chief responding to an automatic fire alarm call at a house in Bridgehampton on Sunday morning smelled smoke, called for engines to respond, and then discovered flames that firefighters were able to quickly extinguish.

    The Bridgehampton Fire Department was called to a house on Job’s Lane, near Pointe Mecox Lane, at about 9:50 a.m. Mark Balserus, the second assistant fire chief, reported a strong smell of smoke at the house and had dispatchers alert the rest of the department about a fire at about 10:10 a.m.