“Barney’s Wall,” a new documentary about Barney Rosset, the Grove Press and Evergreen Review publisher who successfully waged battles against censorship and introduced to American readers such writers as Harold Pinter, Samuel Beckett, and Jean Genet, will be shown at Guild Hall next Thursday.
The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett will take a break from its music programs on Wednesday evening.
Janice Friedman, a jazz pianist and vocalist, and Marco Panascia, a bassist, will perform a program of jazz standards and original songs in a free concert at the Montauk Library on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
“Summer Roses: The Gypsy Girl and the Nightingale,” an hourlong concert of music by Spanish composers, will take place at the Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane on Sunday at 5 p.m.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is an authoritative source of clear ideas about our universe and writes in stylish, eloquent prose — without mathematics.
“Literature cannot be the business of a woman’s life,” the poet laureate Robert Southey informed Charlotte Bronte when she sent him her poems, along with her sibling Anne’s writing, to critique. The Brontes went on, quite efficiently, to make it their business.
Yung Jake Patterson is bringing his emoji.ink paintings to the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton.
By any measure Johannes Brahms was an “Old Master” and it was with his German Requiem, that musical salve for human suffering in the face of death that the Choral Society of the Hamptons, joined by the Greenwich Village Chamber Singers and the South Fork Chamber Orchestra, closed its 2016-2017 concert season on Saturday in the Parish Hall of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton.
Race and matrimony are at the heart of “Intimate Apparel,” a 2003 play by Lynn Nottage in revival now through July 30 at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
On Sunday at 7 p.m., Dennis Elsas will present “Rock ’n’ Roll Never Forgets,” a multimedia show featuring highlights from his interviews with rock ’n’ roll royals, at Guild Hall in East Hampton.
If you are among those who are frustrated by the crowds and noise of summer (and who isn’t?) the East Hampton Historical Society exhibition now at Clinton Academy offers a chance to reflect on simpler times.
Prick up your ears, poetry fans: Grace Schulman will take to the lectern to read at Sunday’s gathering of the Poetry Marathon in Amagansett.
Men who fall overboard simply do not make it; they become statistics. John Aldridge beat the grim odds.
Ashawagh Hall in Springs will be the site of the third Hamptons Plein Air invitational from tomorrow through July 23. Twenty-one artists will not only participate in the exhibition but also paint outdoors daily at locations in East Hampton and Springs. The East End Photographers Group’s summer exhibition will open at the Water Mill Museum with a reception next Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. and continue through Aug. 13.