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NEW YORK - JUNE 10: Media personality and

NEW YORK - JUNE 10: Media personality and music producer Randy Jackson poses for a photo on the red carpet at the 2010 Fifi Awards at the New York State Armory on June 10, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images) Credit: Getty/Jemal Countess

FEED Project shop opens

FEED Project’s temporary shop will open Friday at Cynthia Rowley in Montauk. Lauren Bush, model, designer and niece of the former president, along with fashion designer Cynthia Rowley are celebrating the opening of the shop. FEED raises funds for the UN World Food Programme’s School Feeding operations, co-founded by Bush and Ellen Gustafson in 2007. (6 to 8 p.m. Friday through through July 7 at Cynthia Rowley on 696 Montauk Hwy., 631-668-8077)

St. John’s Fair Fashion Preview and Show

The second annual St. John’s Fair Fashion Preview and Show will take place Friday at St. John’s Church in Southampton. Bonnie Lowe, a fashion consultant and former model, is coordinating the event. There will be gently used designer and vintage garments for men and women at bargain prices. Admission is free. (6 to 8 p.m., St. John’s Church, 100 South Main St., Southampton)

Guys Getaway at The Southampton Inn

Steer, scotch, sticks and stogies won’t be in short supply this weekend when the Southampton Inn hosts its inaugural weekend Guys Getaway (ladies also welcome). After checking in on Friday, dudes will be treated to a cocktail reception followed by a five-course steak and scotch pairing dinner. The next morning golf aficionados will travel to the Robert Trent Jones Long Island National Golf club for a round or two on the driving range and a joy ride through the luscious grounds in a cart. (Friday noon to Sunday noon, Southampton Inn, 91 Hill St., $499 all inclusive, 631-287-1073)

Benefit luncheon and Beach Glamour

Whet your appetite with Grammy Award winning music producer LA "Antonio" Reid, film producer Robin D’Arcy and Oprah’s BFF Gayle King and a buffet of entertainment industry insiders at a sprawling East Hampton estate Saturday. WCBS news anchor Maurice DuBois is set to serve as emcee at the third annual Reginald F. Lewis benefit luncheon that will feature a performance by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Afterwards, stick around for Beach Glamour, an Oceanside benefit given by and for young professionals. (12:30 luncheon, Beach Glamour 5 p.m., tickets start at $250, contact, or Carissa Villacorta at 646-431-3611)

Party with Randy Jackson

Yes, the "American Idol" judge will be on hand to raise funds for the Phoenix House in the Hamptons at a Saturday night party at a Southampton estate. Randy Jackson, an honorary chairman for Phoenix House, the nonprofit alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention facility, is expected to be there with event chair and "America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon (and, an organizer says, possibly his wife, the one and only Mariah Carey). (6 p.m., 1610 Meadow Lane, Southampton, 631-329-5480, tickets start at $150 for those 30 and under)

Heart of The Hamptons Ball

Chow down on heart-healthy foods, sip local wines and dance under the stars for a cause Saturday at the American Heart Association’s Heart of The Hamptons Ball. The soiree features a VIP reception, cocktail hour, dinner and dancing and live and silent auctions of vacation packages, sports memorabilia and designer handbags on the grounds. Proceeds to benefit the American Heart Association. (6 to 11 p.m., 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton,, tickets $500)

Shannen Doherty hosting Artists Against Abuse Event

"90210" star and one-time "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Shannen Doherty is hosting the 15th Annual Artists Against Abuse Gala Saturday to benefit the Retreat, a domestic violence agency on the East End. There will be both a silent and live auction of hand-painted canvases and select original works of art. The event also includes cocktails, food, and entertainment. (6 to 10 p.m., Ross School, 18 Goodfriend Dr., East Hampton, 631-329-4398, tickets start at $450 and include cocktails and a full dinner)

Long Island Comedy Festival

What’s so funny? If your answer is not much, then head out to Montauk Downs golf course on Saturday night and yuk it up with 10 local comics at the fifth Annual Long-Island Comedy festival. It’s the first stop in the largest comedy festival to tour Long Island. The high jinks, one-liners and politically incorrect humor starts at 8:30 p.m. (Montauk Downs, 50 South Fairview Ave., Montauk, 631-668-2089, tickets $25)

Rony Seikaly at AXE Lounge

Late Saturday night at AXE Lounge at Dune, the famous DJ Rony Seikaly invades the Hamptons. Seikaly, once an NBA star, now spins house beats at the clubs. (11 p.m. at 1181 North Sea Rd., Southampton, 631-283-0808)

Southampton Antiques Fair

After brunching brush up on your negotiating skills at the Southampton Antiques Fair on Sunday afternoon on the lawn of the White House on Main Street. Browse through an impressive assortment of antiques, furniture, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics and collectibles and make sure to score a bargain. Haggling encouraged. (Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 159 Main St., Southampton, free)

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