There is seemingly no end to the number of artists associated with the East End, past and present. Annual exhibitions that attempt to bring more of them to our attention should be commended for giving us a fuller picture of the creativity that has existed in our midst for more than a century.
A full summer of concerts, plays, dance performances, comedy, talks, and more goes on sale Wednesday at Guild Hall. Some events may sell out quickly.
Nelson Algren, champion of the hard-luck cases and the losers, was one of the most famous authors of the mid-20th century. What happened? Colin Asher has written a reappraisal.
It’s spring, it’s National Poetry Month, it’s time for something different — a new poetry reading and open mike, that is, at the Southampton Cultural Center Friday night.
Memorial Day is more than six weeks away, but it’s never too early to secure tickets for some shows and programs. Witness the return of the comedian Paula Poundstone to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on May 25. As of press time, only a handful of seats remain for what is certain to be a sold-out performance.
A seven-minute film made 30 years ago generated a fascinating and frequently entertaining 75-minute discussion about architecture and the architect-client relationship at the Parrish Art Museum.
Art Groove returns; RJD's annual art show for The Retreat; Walsh on Walsh, women realists at Grenning, and much more
Film screenings of "Wall Street" and "Free Solo," a "Star Is Born" concert, and a salute to Danny Kaye
A glimpse of a master biographer, Robert A. Caro, at work, pursuing Robert Moses and Lyndon Johnson and profiling power.
“Inter-Sections: The Architect in Conversation,” a series at the Parrish Art Museum, will present a screening of a satiric short film and a panel discussion about the dynamics of architect-client relationships on Friday.
Art for Venezuela at Ashawagh Hall, Augustus Nazzaro at Halsey McKay, Anne Raymond at Sara Nightingale, Zen and Art at White Room, and more
Ballet from the Bolshoi, '80s rock, concert for the Retreat, "outlaw" country , award-winning films, and more
The Choral Society of the Hamptons mounted an ambitious and enjoyable program at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church on Sunday titled “Trumpeting Spring.”
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced the addition of the recently restored Thomas and Mary Nimmo Moran Studio in East Hampton to its Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program, or HAHS.
The old adage “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” will be upended at the Ross School on Saturday when two award-winning screenwriters offer their insights on creating film scripts as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab weekend.