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  • Ina Garten has a new instruction series in the works called “Cook Like a Pro.” It will premiere on the Food Network next month. Stuart’s Seafood Market in Amagansett will have gefilte fish and other Passover specialties this week and next. The shop will be closed on April 16 and reopen on April 18.
  • A report to the East Hampton Town Board last week by LTV, the nonprofit cable TV organization that provides public access and government and education programming on Channels 20 and 22 in East Hampton Town, laid to rest questions about how well it was handling its budget, a large portion of which comes from the town.
  • Rebates that could cover the full cost of new, nonpolluting septic systems for property owners in areas considered environmentally sensitive are outlined in draft legislation now before the East Hampton Town Board.
  • As part of “Stay Out Late — Starry Night,” a business promotion in Southampton Village tonight, Union Cantina, a Mexican restaurant at Bowden Square, will have an all-night happy hour and live music. The Wolffer Estate winery in Sagaponack has unveiled its new tasting room, which features a bar where one can order a glass of the vineyard’s wine or dry rosé cider, along with high-top tables, banquettes, and a living room area.
  • Young Leaders says town has let facility become adult gym, not a space for kids.
  • A decades-long East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department practice of reusing industrial metal barrels for trash cans in public places has been halted after an employee, who felt ill after clearing barrels of chemical residue, raised questions about it.
  • Taste a bite from a whole host of East End restaurants and food producers on April 2 at A Moveable Feast, a Slow Food East End fund-raiser for its Edible School Gardens program. Cittanuova restaurant in East Hampton, which has expanded its bar seating area and is showing basketball games on large TVs over the bar, is serving complimentary Buffalo chicken wings during Monday and Tuesday night games after 6.
  • East Hampton Town is continuing its focus on achieving its goal of using 100 percent renewable energy, and an expected $100,000 state grant will give a boost to those efforts.
  • A settlement has been reached between East Hampton Town and Jay Jacobs, an owner of the Hampton Country Day Camp in East Hampton, who was cited by East Hampton Town for using a house he owns at 17 Ocean Boulevard in East Hampton as a dormitory for camp staff.

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