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  • Ken Robbins, a photographer who captured the landscape, wildlife, and people of the East End for four decades, died at home in Springs on March 9.
  • East Hampton Village

  • Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
  • AMAGANSETT

    B. Roaman to 76 Oak L.L.C., 76 Oak Lane, .44 acre, Jan. 18, $2,800,000.

    P. Hirschberg Trust to Farrell Holding Co., 184 Bluff Road, .48 acre, Jan. 6, $2,700,000.

     

    BRIDGEHAMPTON

    D. Suskind to Ceres 16 L.L.C., 26 Barn Lane (vacant), Dec. 28, $45,000.

  • Sally McGraw-Silverstone, a Montauk resident for three decades who was known as Pooch, died on March 13 at Stony Brook University Hospital after a short illness.
  • Michael John Hegarty, a former president and chief executive officer of Flushing Savings Bank who had houses in Montauk and Glen Head, died on Jan. 29 at home in Glen Head.
  • Karl William Horlitz died on Saturday at Southampton Hospital, to which he had been admitted after a fall at his East Hampton house. According to his son, Karl Steven Horlitz, his father, who was 95, was still “the same old spicy guy on Friday and died peacefully a week later.” The younger Mr.

  • Daria Deshuk, an artist and presence on the South Fork art scene since the 1980s, died on March 9 in Bridgehampton.
  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will offer refuge from the bleakness of early spring this weekend with two nights of rock ’n’ roll, a new All Star Comedy Show, and a film from the vaults of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
  • A cooperative pop-up gallery at the Malia Mills swimsuit boutique on Main Street in East Hampton has energized the space, previously empty in the off-season, with art exhibitions and readings. Drama will be added to the mix on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. when Chloe Dirksen and J. Stephen Brantley perform a staged reading of “May 39th,” a 40-minute play by Callie Kimball.

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