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  • The shirt was a “deceitful product,” according to one Amazon reviewer, who complained that it “looks blah and cheap.”
  • When the curtain rises Friday night on the East Hampton High School production of “Les Misérables,” it will be the culmination of more than three months of intense work for the 80-plus students involved.
  • Most of money the organization uses on direct aid to individuals with life-threatening and catastrophic illnesses in East Hampton, Southampton, Shelter Island, and Southold comes from its annual fund-raiser, to be held Saturday night at the Ram's Head Inn on Shelter Island.
  • Company dancers from Dancehampton in East Hampton had their most successful competition yet in West Islip two weeks ago, winning dozens of top awards and earning Dancehampton a Studio of Excellence Award in the secondary level at the Kids Artistic Revue regional competition.
  • After operating their Blocks, Trucks + Art workshops and BMX programs out of a retooled 18-wheeler at the Hayground School for four summers, the husband-and-wife team of Jeff Mayer and Angela De Vincenzo have opened a brick-and-mortar gallery and workshop space in Sag Harbor where they can offer children’s programming all year long.
  • Twice last week, the dust blowing off the dry farm field just north of Main Street created thick clouds of particulate that swirled over the hamlet.
  • Jehovina Kelsall, a collector of and dealer in antiques who at one point owned a store in East Hampton with her late husband, Trevor Kelsall, died at home in East Hampton on Dec. 23 of a presumed heart attack. She was 81.
  • As the Montauk Historical Society looks ahead to two big projects at the Montauk Lighthouse — a $24 million revetment repair and a $1 million-plus tower renovation — a more modest renovation underway now is offering a glimpse of parts of one lighthouse structure not seen for nearly a century.
  • Stuart’s Seafood Market in Amagansett has changed hands only a few times since Stuart Vorpahl Sr. established a fish packing business on the Oak Lane property in the first half of the 20th century, but soon, it will change hands again.
  • Last year at this time we were preparing to host Thanksgiving for 37. It was our first Thanksgiving at the Mashomack Preserve and we wanted to make it a holiday to remember. Family, friends, food, and fire, all the hallmarks of, well, a Hallmark Thanksgiving.

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