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Free Screening Of The Film ‘Just Mercy’

A free screening of “Just Mercy” will be held on Saturday, January 18, at 1 p.m. at the Regal Theater on Main Street in East Hampton. The screening is presented in partnership with the Hayground School and the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center.

Workshop Family Fun At The Watermill Center

Ali Bianchi is an interdisciplinary theater and performance artist based in New York City. On Saturday, January 18, from 1 to 3 p.m., join him at The Watermill Center for an afternoon of theater workshops, sharing how professional artists create new and exciting work.

Let’s Go To London, Mate!

Bay Street Theater is heading across the pond to take in some theater, and you’re invited to go along for six nights, five shows and four dinners in London. The tour runs February 23 to March 1, 2020 and departs from New York on February 23, arriving in London on the morning of February 24, for a six-night stay at the Ritz Hotel overlooking Green Park.

Popular Radio Show Host Anthony Famiglietti To Join WLNG

Bill Evans, the owner of WLNG, confirmed on Tuesday that Anthony Famiglietti will be joining the radio station’s staff.

Nancy Atlas and her Musical Friends Heat Up Winter for a Seventh Year

This winter, Nancy Atlas and her band are once again turning up the heat with “Fireside Sessions,” a weekly winter concert series at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. One weekend into the seventh annual series, Atlas and her band are back into a well-oiled groove that takes over all of January.

Joseph Vecsey Reflects On A Decade Of Stand-Up Comedy At Bay Street Theater

Comedian Joseph Vecsey, the founder and host of “All Star Stand-Up Comedy” at Bay Street Theater, reflects on the series that returns for its 10th season on Friday, January 17..

Edward Albee’s ‘A Delicate Balance’ Comes to Southampton Cultural Center

As a theater director, Joan M. Lyons isn’t one to choose the easy way out. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that with her upcoming directorial offering at SCC, Lyons has, once again, taken the path of most resistance. This time, it’s Edward Albee’s “A Delicate Balance,” which won the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a Drama Desk Award and three Tonys.

So, What’s In The Trunk?

For 22 years, Anthony Celano served as a detective and detective squad commander of the New York Police Department. But Celano is also an author, and on Saturday, January 25, at 1 p.m., he will be at East Hampton Library to discuss his latest novel, “The Case of Two in the Trunk: A Sergeant Markie Mystery.”

Paintings By Nina Gillman On View

From January 11 through 27, Elena Prohaska Fine Arts will present an exhibition of paintings, collages and prints by Amagansett and New York City artist Nina Gillman at the Kathryn Markel Fine Arts gallery in Bridgehampton.

Hallelujah, It’s Handel!

Each January, residents of Shelter Island gather at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church to welcome the new year by singing George Friederich Handel’s 1741 composition, “Messiah.” On Sunday, January 12, at 3 p.m. the Shelter Island Community Chorus invites one and all to the fifth annual Handel’s Messiah Sing at the church.

The Art of Writing Explored at Conference

Award-winning author and activist Donna Kaz is a multi-genre writer and activist based in New York City. From January 9 to 12, she will host a creative nonfiction writers conference at the Southampton Inn.

Hampton Theatre Company Invites High School Students To A Free Preview Performance Of ‘Admissions’

The many pitfalls, scandals and complications of getting into a top college have dominated headlines across the country in recent years. And it’s a timely topic that will be tackled by the Hampton Theatre Company (HTC) in “Admissions,” a play opening January 16. High school juniors and seniors are invited to the dress rehearsal free of charge on February 15 at 7 p.m.

Springs Student Finds Voice In Art

For Viggo, a 13-year-old student in the special education department at Springs School, art is his tool for connection, communication and expression. And, above all, it is the place where he belongs.

Carlos Lama Livens up the Dance Floor with Records from his Club Kid Days

At the height of his “Club Kid” days, Carlos Lama could be found under the disco balls of every major dance floor in New York, from Palladium to Danceteria to Studio 54. They were a weekly necessity, his therapy and remedy. And around this time last year, Lama found himself missing those nights — and that music.

East End director Michael Disher Breaks his Silence on recent Health Issues

December 2 marked the one-month anniversary of Michael Disher's discharge from Grimes Center at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, where he had spent the three months prior rehabilitating from a partial paralysis following cancer and subsequent brain surgery gone awry.

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Sara Cochran Named Executive Director of The Church in Sag Harbor

The Church — an incubator for the arts in the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street — now has an executive director and chief curator in Sara Cochran.

Review: ‘A Delicate Balance’ Visits the Deepest Fears of Dysfunctional America

So, what are the fears that keep you up at night? Edward Albee's play "A Delicate Balance" explores the inner-workings of dysfunctional America and the actors of Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center are presenting the play now through January 26.

Bluegrass Buskers Find their Stage at Sylvester Manor’s Concert Series

In their earliest incarnation, Damn Tall Buildings didn’t rehearse. They busked. The four musicians, who met at Berklee College of Music, convened at their favorite street corner and jammed for hours on old bluegrass songs. On January 18, Damn Tall Buildings kicks off the 2020 Sylvester Manor concert series with a performance at Shelter Island High school.