Through archival footage and present-day interviews, director Marina Zenovich is revealing it now in “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind,” which made its world premiere in January at the Sundance Film Festival. It will kick off the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs series on Friday, June 29, at Guild Hall in East Hampton, before airing on HBO on July 16.
I’m not sure if you know Madeline “Lee” King, most people do, she’s a bit of a Sag Harbor icon. A caregiver to those who need a hand, a ride, a companion, a friend, Mrs. King has cared for 75 or more local people throughout the years, assisting them in whatever way she can.
It’s safe to say the outgoing Pierson Middle-High School Student Council president, who will graduate this weekend and enter the exploratory studies program at Purdue University this fall, made the most of her school days in Sag Harbor.
Andrew Strong, of Springs, a human rights attorney who spent seven years working at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on war crimes cases, has been appointed OLA's first full-time general counsel.
The Flying Point Foundation for Autism will participate Friday in Bike to the Beach, a 106-mile, New York City-to-East Quogue ride that is part of a national series of rides that benefit organizations related to autism.
A resident of Noyac and father of three, Mr. Charlton is believed to be the first African American person to be elected the leader of Sag Harbor's Masonic Lodge and Temple.
A 1990 graduate of Pierson High School, who has four daughters in middle school through college, Ms. Hallock has a lot to say about communication, collaboration and positive thinking.
The nonprofit organization Canio’s Cultural Café, which is run by Canio’s Books, is planning a marathon reading of the John Steinbeck novel “The Winter of Our Discontent” this weekend.
Whole sections of land, where pitch pines once grew, have been cleared of most growth as the town fought to contain the spread of the deadly southern pine beetle.
The co-founders of the non-profit Our Fabulous Variety Show talk about their fourth annual tap showcase, the importance of arts education, and how Disney World inspired a Star Wars dance routine.
The daughter of Phyllis Katz, a longtime Sag Harbor resident in need of a kidney donation, talks about her mother’s struggle with kidney disease, and why she is hopeful a donor will come forward for her mother.
Mr. Sanfilippo, a retired professor of maritime history who currently lives in Maine, will bring the songs of the 19th century Sag Harbor and Greenport whalers to the John Jermain Memorial Library during a program titled “How Many a Tale the Music Tells” on April 26.
The recently appointed executive director of the Southampton Arts Center brings with him more than 15 years in various positions at Lincoln Center as well as practical experience as a producer, writer and performer in the Off-Broadway and sketch comedy worlds.
The retired Sag Harbor Elementary music teacher, whose three decades at the school has made her something of a living legend in the community, is launching a Kids Community Peace Chorus.
Mr. Salaway, a Ross School and Hayground School alumnus who has a degree in game design from New York University, explained the tabletop game phenomenon this week to The Sag Harbor Express.