Arts & Leisure

Broken Glass: Tennessee Williams’ classic still moves

Survival is a powerful motivator for the human species. When it comes to survival, there are different skill sets that have traditionally come into...

Remkus Becomes a Reverend

As a child, looking out over the marshland in North Haven, Nancy Remkus felt a divine spark awaken in her, as her grandmother turned...

Bettina Stelle and Zach Studenroth

Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum board member and the museum’s director who talk about Friday’s Luau and Saturday’s Energy Fair at the museum.  Bettina...

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...

A Singing Student

by Marianna Levine Luis Murillo, a 16-year-old Pierson High School student, may be the youngest member of the Choral Society of the Hamptons, yet his...

Ken Dorph

A Conversation with Ken Dorph, Sag Harbor resident and authority on the Middle East and its economy, who will give a lecture “Seven Keys...

On the Board With A Paddle

Let me be frank. As far as water sports go, I have never felt the urge to climb on a surf board and tackle...

Artists Open Their Doors to Reveal Themselves

From July 9 to 11, the Artists Alliance of East Hampton will once again offer its Artists Studio Tour. The three day tour has...

Bay Street Serves Up Dinner

   The season at Bay Street Theater continues when “Dinner,” written by Moira Buffini, directed by David Esbjornson and starring Mercedes Ruehl, opens next Tuesday....

An Old Staple In a New Theater

Perhaps only Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” can rival it in terms of sheer popularity and accessibility. Since it opened in Chicago in...

Art Walk and Auction Highlight Sag Harbor’s Vibrant Scene

In 2007, with rumors swirling about the imminent arrival of big box stores to the village, several residents formed Save Sag Harbor, an organization...

For the Birds: Mylayne’s Western Views of Avian Life

by Marianna Levine The large-scale prints of Jean Luc Mylayne featuring the landscape and avian inhabitants of Fort Davis, Texas, now on view at Parrish...

Lincoln in Words and an Image

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. During 2009, museums around the country are commemorating the anniversary by offering...

Sleuthing on the East End: Sam Acquillo is back in Chris Knopf’s fourth book

Fans of Chris Knopf’s series of Hamptons thrillers will be happy to know that this summer, the lovable loser Sam Acquillo is back and...

Letters June 4, 2009

Supports Bromberg   Dear Editor, Like many other people in the village I will be supporting Mike Bromberg for mayor in the upcoming June election, but it...

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The Northern Long-Eared Bats Have Come Home to Roost

On a recent rainy Sunday visit to Sagg Swamp, it wasn’t the newly emerged patch of skunk cabbage or the flowing spring waters beneath the boardwalk that attracted notice, but rather, a microphone and a small green box attached to a tree just off the path. A sign on the box indicated it was the property of the New York State Department of Conservation (NYSDEC) and that it should not be disturbed.

Tom Clavin’s Wild West Triology Ends in ‘Tombstone’

Tom Clavin’s most recent book, “Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday and the Vendetta Ride from Hell,” was published by St. Martin’s Press on April 21. One impact of the coronavirus on all authors has been the inability to go out on tour. Fortunately, Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor has devised a way for Clavin to talk about his book virtually, via Zoom, and he will do exactly that on Saturday, May 30, at 5 p.m.

HTC Productions Moved to Next Season

Due to Governor Cuomo’s pause restrictions for Suffolk County, and out of consideration for the safety of audiences, volunteers, staff and cast and crew, the Hampton Theatre Company (HTC) has canceled its production of A.R. Gurney’s “Sylvia” which had been tentatively scheduled to open in Quogue on May 21.