First successful free solo climb of El Capitan in Yosemite captured on film by Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi.
As mind-bogglingly oblique as Ray Johnson could be in his interviews and artwork, it is worth the effort to plumb their superficial impenetrability.
The Watermill Center will showcase the work of three of its international resident visual and performance artists on Saturday afternoon, including the work of Tercer Abstracto, John Stintzi, and Joe Zorrilla.
Alan Bennett’s play “The Madness of George III” and Verdi's "La Traviata" are on tap (and on tape) at Guild Hall this weekend.
Baba Israel, a hip-hop artist, rapper, and human beat boxer, will jam with a line-up of jazz musicians on Saturday.
Keith Sonnier film and talk at Parrish Art Museum on Friday; submission deadline extended by White Room Gallery
"A Christmas Carol" is a "defining tale of good triumphing over evil" and cheer over misery, but what if a leopard can't change his spots?
The mutability of truth and a mysterious stranger worthy of Camus in Lea Carpenter’s stylish novel of espionage, polygraphs, and the C.I.A.
The magician and author Allan Zola Kronzek will is out with a new guide to tricks, tabletop entertainments, and oldster-youngster bonding.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will present its winter concert twice on Sunday at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
“Carmine Street Guitars,” captures five days in the life of a Greenwich Village guitar shop that makes instruments out of antique woods and has a loyal (and famous) clientele.
A perennial crowd pleaser, PechaKucha Night Hamptons typically sells out but does have an on-site waiting list.
Firestone at Art Basel, Halsey McKay at NADA, Borghi at Art Miami, and more
Group shows at Drawing Room, Folioeast, Grenning, Tulla Booth, and MM Fine Arts; three artists inspired by nature at Ashawagh Hall, and more
Provisions Natural Foods of Sag Harbor will host a screening of “A Place at the Table” at Bay Street Theater on Sunday.