Film

Dining With A Good Book for a Companion

Starting Saturday night, nearly two dozen intimate dinner parties will be thrown around Sag Harbor. People will hoist glasses of wine and dine — more...

One for the Books

Starting Saturday night, nearly two dozen intimate dinner parties will be thrown around Sag Harbor. People will hoist glasses of wine and dine —...

John Jermain Library Celebrates Forbidden Books

What do "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," "To Kill a Mockingbird" and the Captain Underpants series all have in common? Yes, these books are...

In My Hands: Film tells the stories of Marfan Syndrome

Abraham Lincoln may have had it. Olympic volleyball player Flo Hyman definitely did. In 1986, she died of it, as did Jonathan Larson playwright...

Bay Street Theater Reaches Out for Help

This week Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre will host an Open Mic rally to save the East End’s public radio station, WLIU-FM, but according...

HarborFest Returns

Sag Harbor’s favorite end-of-season celebration, HarborFest, returns next weekend. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce and other local organizations, the Fest features...

Mid Term Cuts Shake It Up at Town Hall

By Andrew Rudansky “Cost Cutting Mode,” is how Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot describes the current state of the town, and cost cutting is just...

Amazing Grace

by Julie Penny My mother’s name is Grace. She is our  “Amazing Grace.” Still as sharp as a tack.     This July we celebrated her 90th...

Reeling in Retro

 “I’ve always been a fan of the dri-ve-in,” admits Sag Harbor’s Debbie Skinner. “I grew up by the Whitestone Bridge in Queens — in...

Films With Green Theme Underscore College’s Mission

By Marianna Levine With movies ranging in subject from butterflies and turtles to building in an eco-friendly way, Stony Brook Southampton’s First Annual Green Film...

Black Film Festival Comes to Town

This weekend, a new film festival comes to the Sag Harbor Cinema on Main Street. Granted, by festival standards it’ll be a pretty modest...

Gray, Gay and Late for a Date: Film Looks at those who come out...

Ken was 72 years old at the time. Elaine was 79. For LeAnna the change came at 60. In their previous lives these were people...

Filmmakers’ Second Act: Festival for movies overlooked the first time around

  From Sundance, Cannes and Telluride to nearly every other big (and small) city in the world, for movie lovers there is never a shortage...

Propose Permits for Filmmakers

In recent weeks, residents may have noticed a film crew working in the vicinity of Long Beach. With an eye toward perhaps more filmmakers...

Film Hopes to Raise Awareness of Helicopter Noise

As the Memorial Day weekend — the unofficial start of the summer season — bears down on local residents, the fear of helicopters and low...

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Let’s Talk Arts: ‘Cinema Live’ Brings the Directors to You

Beginning this weekend, Sag Harbor Cinema (SHC) will host “Cinema Live,” a new four-part series built around the virtual screening of a newly released film followed by conversations with the directors or film writers. Moderated by SHC Artistic Director Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, the series begins January 24 with director Gianfranco Rosi discussing his documentary “Notturno.”

Duck Creek Online Jazz Series finds an Audience-free Stage in Brooklyn

Striking a balance between playing to a packed house and a completely empty room, the Arts Center at Duck Creek has partnered with Brooklyn's Bar Bayeux to host a pandemic-compliant middle ground: a series of free jazz concerts — the next on Wednesday, January 27, featuring the Scott Wendholt/Adam Kolker Quartet — streamed live from the Brooklyn venue and into homes across the East End and beyond.

Hampton Bays Singer Christiaan Padavan Releases New Single

In early December, Hampton Bays resident Christiaan Padavan and his band, Away For The Day, released “Moonlight,” the final single for the band as its members begin transitioning to new, independent musical adventures. It’s been a good ride, as they say.