When Ana R. Daniel announced her retirement from the Bay Street Board of Trustees at the end of last year, the vote was unanimous. They would create the role of Chair Emeritus in her honor.
A true sister act if there ever was one, sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer will share the stage at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Friday, February 16
It’s never a challenge to track down the major Oscar nods before the Academy Awards air —this year on March 4 — but the lesser-known nominees can be near impossible. Bay Street Theater and the Hamptons International Film Festival are making it easier.
A solo exhibition of new photographs by Jeremy Dennis will be featured at Suffolk County Community College’s Flecker Gallery.
During what would have been George Harrison’s 75th birthday month, Bay Street Theater is throwing a heck of a party.
The glasswork of Romany Kramoris can be seen across the East End — at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor, the Incarnation Lutheran Church in Water Mill, and Mary Mount Manhattan Chapel, to name just a few.
On January 24, Terrie Sultan, director of the Parrish Art Museum, joined the board of directors of Discover Long Island.
One of the hottest musical acts on the East End these days is Hopefully Forgiven, a band that draws legions of loyal fans to venues both large and small.
The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals is scheduled to hear variance requests from the Sag Harbor Partnership to rebuild and expand the former Sag Harbor Cinema.
It still astonishes Dexter Wimberly that African-American portraiture is regarded as “fresh” and “new” — when it has existed for centuries.
The smallest gesture can be radical — profound, progressive, or even revolutionary. But it can often depend on who’s making it.
“Where are you really from?” is not a simple question for Bastienne Schmidt to answer.
Pierson Middle School thespians have been busy transforming the school auditorium into Whoville for this year’s musical production, “Seussical.”
“It’s strange,” laughs Renée Shafransky, former screenwriter, director and journalist, now psychotherapist, that she “waited so long to write a novel.”
If Bay Street Theater were a ship, its new troupe of scrappy improv players would be its appropriately-named goofball stowaways.