Pushcart calls itself the “best of the small presses,” but its mission is large, and the big, meaningful questions humanity must ask can be found inside.
BookEnds — a workshop established by Susan Scarf Merrell and Meg Wolitzer of Stony Brook Southampton’s M.F.A. program in creative writing.
Nineteen arts organizations on the South Fork have banded together to form the Hamptons Arts Network to pool resources, share exhibitions and events, and otherwise strategize to maximize their assets and clout.
“Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel” is the monumental result of Francine Klagsbrun's decade-long effort to understand the woman who became prime minister.
Welcome to the epic emotional universe of the sisters Magrath, also known as Beth Henley’s 1978 kitchen sink tragicomedy, “Crimes of the Heart,” playing at Center Stage Theatre at the Southampton Cultural Center through Sunday.
This weekend at Guild Hall, the screen will be alive with opera and classic and international films.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill is bringing back last year’s Story Circle and People’s State of the Union tomorrow at 6 p.m.
"Flow" group show at White Room Gallery; Three artists, including students from the Hayground School, will be part of Watermill Center's "In Process" event; this month’s featured artist at the Golden Eagle is Kirsten Benfield.
Three films fostered at the Hamptons International Film Festival Screenwriters Lab are being screened at the Sundance Film Festival this week and next.
The Hampton Theatre Company, coming off one of its greatest successes with this fall’s production of “Clever Little Lies,” now takes on edgier and more challenging material with “Venus in Fur,” which opened last Thursday in Quogue.
What a perfect home Robert Harms’s recent paintings have found at Steven Harvey Fine Arts Projects on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present a new All Star Comedy Show tomorrow and Nancy Atlas's Fireside Sessions concert on Saturday is sold out.
Guild Hall’s JDT Lab will veer into seldom-charted territory with “Andrew and Andrew Make a Deal With the Devil: Southern Gothic Songs and Stories” on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
A documentary about Elizabeth Murray at the Parrish and exhibitions by Henry Glavin and David Kennedy Cutler at Halsey McKay
Nathan Sanford of Bridgehampton had a significant yet undervalued early influence on issues like universal suffrage, voter apathy, and political patronage.