Category | Arts

“Viva Los Bastarditos” Premieres at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater Lab

Posted on 09 September 2014

Coming out of Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater Lab workshop for up-and-coming East End artists, “Viva Los Bastarditos” is a new musical by Jake Oliver about two villains in Western Massachusetts who use a fake land grant to gain control over the poor citizens and tenants at their mercy.

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Critic and Essayist Daphne Merkin at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor

Posted on 09 September 2014

Daphne Merkin, called “one of the most daring and ruminative writers of our time” by her editors at The New York Times Magazine, will be at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday, September 13, at 5 p.m.

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Bay Street Theater to Make Sag Harbor Funnier this Weekend

Posted on 08 September 2014

When it comes to this weekend’s HarborFest, one “marina” in town will harbor chuckles and snickers rather than cabin cruisers and sailboats, and that is New York-based comic Marina Franklin, who will headline the first fall installation of Joe Vecsey’s “All Star Comedy Show” this Saturday, September 13, at Bay Street Theater at 8 p.m.

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For the Love of Roses

Posted on 08 September 2014

“She cast her fragrance and her radiance over me. I ought never to have run away from her… Flowers are so inconsistent! But I was too young to know how to love her…”

~Antoine de St. Exupery, The Little Prince

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The Art of Seaweed

Posted on 02 September 2014

Dr. Larry Liddle initially didn’t intend for it to be art; it was science, another method for him to learn more about and document his findings. But some 50 years later, Dr. Liddle has found the beauty in seaweed by pressing the plants onto paper and turning them into works of art.

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YA Author Comes to Hampton Library to Share Malala’s Story

Posted on 01 September 2014

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Malala Yousafzai first began to receive books written by young adult author Patricia McCormick while the Pakistani teenager was recovering after she’d been shot in the head in October 2012 by a member of the Taliban, who boarded her school bus and tried to assassinate her for championing girls’ rights to education.

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League of Women Voters Trip to the North Fork for a Fall Festival Fling

Posted on 01 September 2014

After visiting Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island, the Main Street revival in Riverhead and sightseeing around Sag Harbor, the League of Women Voters is hitting the road again, this time traveling to the North Fork for a Fall Festival Fling on Tuesday, September 16.

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Garden Conservancy Open Days Program

Posted on 01 September 2014

A welcoming party of bright, yellow flowers shows where the Biercuk and Luckey property begins on Sayres Path in Wainscott. The flowers draw a visitor in, and the lush foliage, waterfalls and evergreens of the jungle-like garden make one want to stay.

Sag Harbor Teen Excels at Local Art Program

Posted on 01 September 2014

Sag Harbor teenager Luca Vermeer went to Williamsburg, Massachusetts, for two weeks this summer and returned with a new skill. Ms. Vermeer studied innovative mediums of arts and crafts at Snow Farm Summer, a program of The New England Craft Program.

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Howard University Gospel Choir in Bridgehampton

Posted on 01 September 2014

The pews of the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church will be alive with music on Saturday, September 6, when the Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University visits Bridgehampton.

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