A William Wegman booksigning and new shows at Art Barge, Duck Creek, East Hampton Shed, Halsey McKay, Keyes Art, Ashawagh, Sara Nightingale, and more.
David Margolick demonstrates how the worlds in which Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy engaged — civil rights and politics — overlapped in the course of lives both prematurely shortened by assassination in 1968.
It’s high time for another Fridays at Five series of author readings at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton — out of doors and with wine.
The Southampton Cultural Center will present “Bravo to Broadway,” three benefit concerts for Center Stage, tomorrow and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 3.
Nicole Miller's paper dresses at the Bridgehampton Museum celebrate America's democracy with a clear message of justice and egalitarianism.
In “Frost/Nixon,” Peter Morgan focuses on David Frost’s televised interviews with Richard Nixon broadcast three years after his 1974 resignation.
Those shut out of next week’s sold-out screening of “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind” in East Hampton will find solace in the release of the film on HBO on July 16.
Comedy, animation, and live performance is on tap this week at Guild Hall starting on Saturday with Hasan Minhaj.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will kick off its outdoor music series, Jazz on the Terrace, with a performance by Eliot Zigmund and others on Friday at 6 p.m.
The LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will unveil sculptures by Helmut Lang, Alyson Shotz, and Dustin Yellin on Saturday during its Planters On+Off the Ground Event.
The East Hampton Library will celebrate the lives of Judith Leiber and her husband, Gerson Leiber, on Saturday afternoon.
Pianofest of the Hamptons will open its 2018 season with a concert at the Southampton Cultural Center on Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Charles Yoder at Ille Arts; Jack Smith at Boo-Hooray; "Six Artists" at Harper's Books; California artists at Rental, and more
“Do Angels Need Haircuts?” features early Lou Reed poems, related notes, photographs, cover images from rare poetry zines, and a seven-inch record of previously unreleased audio of a 1971 reading at St. Mark’s Church.
By Kathy Engel, from “Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology”