In recognition of Black History Month, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill and the Hamptons United Methodist Church in Southampton will screen “4 Little Girls: Moving Portraits of the American Civil Rights Movement” on Saturday with a performance of African dance and drumming.
Beginning Sunday, the next four films in the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center’s Present Tense series "speak in a variety of ways and styles to our present political and cultural time.”
Solo shows at Eastville and Roman, group exhibitions at RDJ and MM Fine Art, cultural bus tour to Parrish and Dan Flavin Institute
The theatrical pendulum will swing from Shakespeare to contemporary drama at Guild Hall during this weekend with “The Tragedy of King Richard II” and a new play produced through JDT Lab.
Oscar nominee at Guild Hall, Tom Petty tribute at Bay Street, multimedia presentation at Watermill Center, political documentary in Amagansett
An esteemed novelist takes the measure of Pushcart’s eclectic “Best of the Small Presses” anthology for 2019.
Books and signings and drinks, oh my! (And don't forget the choice meal.) The Baker House 1650 hits back against the winter doldrums.
A local filmmaker returns to Sag Harbor for his latest endeavor, "The Ghost of Hank Williams," about to start filming at the American Hotel.
The Hedges-Edwards Barn, dating from about 1770, has moved, and not for the first time.
That old adage “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” has never really worked for artists.
Michael Disher's production of A.R. Gurney’s two-character play “Love Letters” will continue at the Southampton Cultural Center through Sunday.
Madoo's winter lecture series will begin Feb. 24 with a talk by Timothy Tilghman, the head gardener at the Untermyer Gardens Conservancy in Yonkers.
Classic love songs at East Hampton Library, stand-up comedy at Bay Street, film and dance party in Southampton, classical concert on Shelter Island
A new film about Van Gogh at Guild Hall and a Basquiat documentary and new leadership at Parrish
In 1993, Noelle Giddings created the universe. The Milestone Media universe, that is, which spawned groundbreaking comic books such as Batman: Blind Justice, Dominique Laveau, and Static Shock, all distributed by DC Comics.