Melissa Febos and Alex Gilvarry will be the final guest authors in the spring Writers Speak Wednesdays series on April 25 at 7 p.m. at Stony Brook Southampton.
Celebrate Earth Day by attending the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival’s Spring Docs Day.
It is possible to have a stunning home and habitat while still honoring sustainable practices, according to the principles behind eARThHamptons.
Perhaps you’ve seen an artist wandering around Sag Harbor, painting village scenes for the upcoming show, “Fresh Virtuosity,” at the Grenning Gallery.
The Hampton Ballet Theatre School will stage the classic ballet "Coppelia" as its spring production on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 20-22.
This weekend, Stages, a Children’s Theatre Workshop will also rise up to the challenge.
The band Cold Chocolate recently caught up with The Sag Harbor Express before their back-to-back sets on Saturday nig at Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island.
Over the past 30 years, there is one common thread through much of Stephanie Villani’s life: the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket.
It’s possible to completely change the atmosphere in a home or office by adding to, or rearranging, an art collection — and Alex Ferrone Gallery wants to prove just that.
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.
There are plenty of iconic names in the history of country music — Carter, Rodgers, Williams and Lynn, for instance — but there is one that towers above all the others: Hank.
When pianist Dan Koontz isn’t busy playing in rock bands on the East End, he is composing — his most recent work, “Sonatina No. 2.”
Over the course of a year, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei visited 40 refugee camps in 23 countries.
When flautist Marya Martin hears the string quartets of Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven, she loses herself in the music — captivated and transported, with a dash of envy.
Claire Watson's newest solo show will feature 12 drawings and gouaches on paper that helped shape some of her largest wall-mounted pieces to date.