Category | Arts

An Evening of the Divine

Posted on 22 July 2014

Charles Busch to return to Bay Street.

DJs Go Toe to Toe

Posted on 22 July 2014

Blind Prophet and Lurch will take to the decks at La Superica.

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Returns

Posted on 22 July 2014

The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival returns to the East End this summer to mark its 31st consecutive season, with this year’s series highlighted by the debut of “A Palace Upon the Ruins” by Howard Shore, who composed the score for the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.

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Bay Street Theater Brings World Premiere of “My Life is a Musical” to Sag Harbor

Posted on 22 July 2014

Parker has lived his entire life seeking solitude, trying to hide his affliction from the rest of the world. He doesn’t make new friends, he doesn’t have romantic relationships and he most certainly does not want to join the local chorus.

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East End Weekend: Highlights of July 18 to 20

Posted on 18 July 2014

Summer is in full swing and there’s plenty to choose from to do on the East End this weekend. Here are some highlights.

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East Hampton Antiques Show to Amass International Crowd

Posted on 18 July 2014

The historical grounds of Mulford Farm will play host to the East Hampton Antiques Show of 2014, which this year will benefit the East Hampton Historical Society. The show will be kicked off with a cocktail party on the evening of Friday July 18, and will remain open for the Saturday and Sunday.

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Rebooting a Race

Posted on 17 July 2014

The human brain is the most complex human organism, and it is also the one we take most for granted.

Christian Scheider and Tucker Marder hope that with their theatrical adaption of Kurt Vonnegut’s 1985 novel, Galápagos at the Parrish Art Museum, perhaps the audience will ponder—even if briefly—what life would be like without one.

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A Mural for Masons in Sag Harbor

Posted on 16 July 2014

Aesthetes, historians and wanderers drop into the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum to learn about the village’s history and admire art shows curated by well-known East Enders. The majority of them are unaware that as they absorb the exhibits on the first floor, artist John Capello is just one story above them, balancing on a chair on top of scaffolding, listening to opera and painting Sag Harbor’s own Sistine ceiling.

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Storytelling in Southampton

Posted on 16 July 2014

In a world in which technology seems to be taking over, entertainment often becomes interactive and distracting, desperately trying to grip the ADD generation with graphics and fanfare. But for over 15 years, a group of writers, scientists, criminals, musicians, thinkers and average Joes have come together under the guise of “The Moth” to provide the public with something raw: a simple story.

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Diana Vreeland Ruled the Fashion World by Changing It

Posted on 16 July 2014

For half a century, Diana Vreeland, the longtime editor of Vogue magazine, was at the helm of the fashion world. She played a major role in transforming the industry from commonplace, conforming trends that rotated by the decade into iconic statements that helped celebrities blossom, recognized international contributions and enabled women to wear—and show—their personality.

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