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  • You never know what to expect next from Our Fabulous Variety Show, an ever-evolving troupe of performers based in Southampton whose programs are designed to entertain while raising money for various nonprofit organizations.
  • The Montauk Library will show three short films by Emily Anderson on Sunday, including "Only the Wind Is Listening," a selection of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
  • Caroline Doctorow and the Ballad Makers will perform a concert of seasonal songs on Saturday in Bridgehampton with Born and Raised as the opener.
  • The artist Steve Miller and the writer-ecologist Carl Safina will talk about their new book, “Radiographic,” Friday at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
  • David Margolick visits the American Hotel for the John Jermain Memorial Library’s author’s lunch, while a poetry reading pipes up at the old Rogers Memorial Library on Job’s Lane in Southampton.
  • ArtXchange at Guild Hall and other happenings for kids.
  • The East Hampton Library turned a slew of items like calculators, keys, watches, and bracelets, which had been in its lost-and-found area for more than a year, to police, who are keeping it locked up.
  • Joan T. Card, a lifelong resident of Amagansett and East Hampton, who was said to delight in local seafood, including lobster, scallops, and clams, died of pulmonary disease at her home in East Hampton on Nov. 11. She was 86.
  • Joan Alice Croan of Sag Harbor, a real estate broker, died on Nov. 9 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. She was 89 and had been in failing health.
  • Denyse E. Reid, who aided the allied forces in Belgium during World War II and was a community activist after settling in Princeton, N.J., in 1955, died on Nov. 14 at the Acorn Glen Assisted Living Facility in Princeton, where she had lived for eight years.

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