Film

OMG!!! JAKE DUMPS VIENNA FOR SEX TAPE WITH DANIELLE!!! OMG!!!

by Joseph Hanna A young man approached Socrates with lips trembling from the effort of holding back a juicy sluice of gossip. “I have something...

Reversing the Clock, Indefinitely

Before Sag Harbor filmmaker Robert Kane Pappas’ documentary “To Age or Not to Age” premieres in New York City on July 16, East End...

Animator Helps Church Celebrate the Arts

By Vee Benard The Old Whalers’ Church on Union Street in Sag Harbor is known both for its striking facade and for its community programming....

Cinema on a Haystack: Outdoor Film Series With Landscaper’s Touch

By Vee Benard In the overwhelmingly commercial atmosphere we find as a result of living in the Hamptons summer community, it is often difficult to...

Artist Captures What’s There and What’s Not

By Vee Benard Rackstraw Downes, the British-born, American-based, Yale-educated artist creates paintings that both celebrate and transcend notions of time and space. Downes' unique oil panoramas of unlikely...

Marders: Purveyors of Ideas and Greenery

by Andrew Rudansky When Charles Marder started his first business, selling eggs out of his parent’s home, he was just five years old. When he...

Blinded by Faith: “Equus”

By Annette Hinkle What is it that drives criminals to their deed? Greed, jealousy and revenge? These can be powerful motives. But what of...

East End Thoughts: Oh, Reason Not the Need

by Richard Gambino The three fab gals, Amber, Tiffany and Wendi were resting one Monday in the rooftop spa of Hamptons Condo City, the former...

Honors and Goals Discussed

By Marissa Maier Aside from a discussion on the vacant middle school art position, Monday night’s Sag Harbor UFSD Board of Education meeting was chock...

Revisiting “Equus”

By Annette Hinkle In 1973, Peter Shaffer’s play “Equus” premiered in London. At the time, the story of Alan Strang, a deranged 17-year old stable...

Pam Lawson

The curator of “My Dear Long Island Home,” an exhibit at the Sag Harbor Historical Society’s Annie Cooper Boyd house that highlights the paintings,...

Metaphysical Books. RIP.

By Robert Austin On Friday afternoon April 16th at approximately 3 p.m., Joseph Benzola locked the door of Metaphysical Books and Tools for the last...

Rock ‘n Roll’s Celluloid Heroes

By Annette Hinkle At the tender age of 15, Joe Lauro’s older sister took him to the Fillmore East, Bill Graham’s concert venue in the...

Lucky Ducks: Film Looks at How Privilege Affects Us

By Marianna Levine  “If you have food in your stomach, how can you feel bad in your heart,” an Indian mother cooking over an open...

Prolific Local Artist to be Honored at Lincoln Center

By Emily Toy Artist, novelist, poet, journalist and filmmaker Melinda Camber Porter, whose creative life was largely informed by her adopted hometown of Sag Harbor,...

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The Complete Unknowns Live at Bay Street Theater

Bay Street Theater is presenting The Complete Unknowns performing a tribute to the lengdary Bob Dylan on Saturday, October 16, at 8 p.m.

From The Macabre Imagination of Charles Addams

On October 1, the new animated film “The Addams Family 2” debuted in theaters and on streaming platforms across the country. Though the film’s reviews are decidedly mixed, there is agreement on one thing — it’s hard to imagine a franchise with the kind of staying power of the Addams Family, which began long before the ooky, kooky bunch made their first big screen appearance in 1991 or became the subject of a Broadway musical in 2010.

Shinnecock Storyteller will Host One-Night Show at Guild Hall

The pandemic has led a lot of people to ponder and re-examine aspects of their personal lives, and look at social constructs and systems in a new light. This was true for Andrina Wekontash Smith, and she reckoned with those thoughts and feelings the best way she knows how — she turned them into art.