Music

HarborFest Set to Return

The slight chill in the air the past few days has put many in the mind for HarborFest, the annual fall celebration of Sag...

Letters to the Editor August 21

­Further Discussion of School   Dear Bryan, A democracy is more than a form of government; its is primarily a form of associative living… John Dewey, 1916   John Dewey...

Gary Kalish

The 1997 Pierson graduate, and new Pierson Assistant Principal, talks about what brought him back to the Harbor.   So what have you been up to...

Sagaponack Seeking To Rein In Big Events

Special events applications once again took center stage at the Sagaponack Village board meeting on Monday. And at the end of the meeting, Mayor...

Harlem In the Hamptons

Gladys B. Barnes kept disappearing into Beryl Banks’ living room and returning with more pictures. She put an old, black and white photo of...

Hired & Questioned

A number of vacant positions in the Sag Harbor School District were filled at Monday’s school board meeting. It was also revealed that at...

The Beat Goes On: Sagg Main Drummers Keep Their Rhythm

The stormy skies cleared on Monday afternoon in time for the crowds to gather once more at Sagg Main beach. As dark clouds hung...

Telling N’Orleans Story in Brass Band Music

  The Hot 8 Brass Band plays the kind of music that moves feet, body and soul. Founder of the group Benny Pete says it’s...

Ain’t Misbehavin’: Show Has Sparkling Ending

Had enough with exclusive summer parties on the East End? Well this month the Bay Street Theatre is throwing a party that everyone is...

Ross Nixes Most of its Season

After a barrage of advertising and publicity, the Ross School has dropped all of the events from its summer @Ross series calendar, except for...

Bay Street Revives “Ain’t Misbehavin'”

by Raphael Odell Shapiro  Marcia Milgrom Dodge is more than familiar with the musical “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” which opens this week at the Bay Street Theatre....

The Younger Rivers

Larry Rivers' "Double Portrait of Berdie" is in the new exhibit at Guild Hall. By Marianne Levine  The name Larry Rivers conjures up many images and...

Chamber of Commerce Concerts: Attracted to the Music

Vacationers in Sag Harbor who come in August get to enjoy something those who come any other time of the year do not: free...

Obituaries July 31

Joan P. Wing Joan P. Wing, a resident of Sag Harbor for 28 years, died suddenly at Southampton Hospital on July 11 from a massive...

A Home for the Classics

  By Marianna Levine Hidden away on a quiet cul-de-sac in Sag Harbor is the summer home of Dr. Robert Maimone, executive director of the Vladimir...

Latest Articles

A Tale as Old as Property Lines: Hampton Theatre Company Opens Season with ‘Native...

A fence between two neighbors can be so much more than a fence. On the most basic level, it represents a property line. But it can also separate age, left- and right-leaning politics, culture and, of course, the gardens themselves — as is the case in “Native Gardens,” a play by Karen Zacarías. If this conflict sounds eerily familiar, it should.

Review: ‘Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing’ At The Arts Center At Duck Creek

Things are worn and things wear out — socks and rugs; barns and studios. The latest installation at the Arts Center at Duck Creek Farm, “Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing,” is about storytelling: What we reuse, how we repurpose, and how we re-imagine. It is not only Duffy’s current collection of stories, but the entire project of Duck Creek itself that is in conversation with past, present, and future.

Review: Simon Van Booy’s ‘Night Came with Many Stars’

What’s unusual about 46-year-old Simon Van Booy’s award-winning work is his range: short stories, novels, essays, children’s literature, poetry, editing philosophy books — a wide exploration, in different genres, of the sad beauty and beautiful sadness of the human condition.