Arts & Leisure

Making Music To Cherish: The ladies play like they mean it

When Cherish the Ladies first burst onto the music scene in January of 1985, the group was envisioned as a short-term concept. The brainchild...

Rock of Ages: Inspired by The Beatles, Kevin Teare shows us where we’ve been

Anyone alive today who is old enough to remember what was going on in this country in the early 1960s can recall a...

Simon Van Booy’s Life as a Writer

You could say Simon Van Booy is settling nicely into life as a writer. Van Booy, a single dad, lives with his five year...

Jam Session Finds Winter Home at Bay Street

The sounds of horns, drums, bass guitars and freestyle rap will not be stifled by the onset of winter thanks to a new partnership...

The 1930s: What it Took to Get Along

These may be bleak times, economically speaking, but as the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining — and it turns out that...

A Music and Art Merger at Pierson

Printaganza has been a long tradition at Pierson High School. The winter fundraiser, organized by the school’s art department, is a silent auction featuring...

NAACP Gives Local Parents a “Lift”

Parents today lead increasingly busy and stressful lives. Between working one or more jobs while shuttling children to school and events, parents have little...

Forming Expressions

From sailing single-handed across the Atlantic to serving as a Navy captain in Vietnam, local sculptor Robert Hooke is a consummate observer of life....

“The Last Fix” Found with East End Drug Courts

In the criminal court system, there is often a barrier between judge and defendant. The judge speaks directly to the lawyers, and rarely to...

Foraging for a Feast: Lauren Chattman’s Thanksgiving Dinner

For folks in most parts of the country, shopping for Thanksgiving dinner means a trip to a mega supermarket where everything from soup to...

Chambers Prepare for the Holiday Season

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, local chambers of commerce are gearing up for what they hope will be a fun-filled, and lucrative, holiday season –...

Shakespeare’s Summer of Love: Pierson Students explore teen angst — circa 1596

Mention the word “Shakespeare” to most teenagers and you’ll hear groans of dismay. But not at Pierson High School — at least, not this...

Creating a Cultural Klatch at Canio’s

Canio’s Books is a place where the literary minded of Sag Harbor have long gathered. When Canio Pavone opened shop in 1980, novelist Nelson...

Anne Frank: From Page to Stage at Bay Street Theatre

Inspiring children through reading can be a challenge for educators. While there are kids who love sitting down with a good book to while...

Long Island Film Fest: Finding Focus in Sag Harbor

When transpersonal psychotherapist Bernard Corrigan made his short film, “The Handbook of Relationships” he hardly considered it a contender for the film festival circuit....

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All For The Hall: Artists Come Together to Support Guild Hall

After Guild Hall was forced to cancel its annual summer gala and auction, artist Robert Longo suggested postponing his own show until 2021 in lieu of a benefit exhibition, “All for the Hall,” featuring donated work from 60 artists ranging from established powerhouses to burgeoning names, on view starting Saturday, August 8.

Jewish Film Festival at Gabreski Airport

Perhaps it’s a sign of the times, but world-wide pandemics have a way of altering the normal flow of things. For example, while usual air traffic may be down somewhat these days at Francis Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach, the tried and true drive-in has popped up in its place.

Live Music is Back — and Safe — at Stephen Talkhouse

Music lovers rejoice! Stephen Talkhouse, the famed intimate music venue in Amagansett, is finding new ways to share live music during the pandemic. On July 30, the Talkhouse kicked off a new series with musical artists performing inside the space and audiences sitting outside listening to the concert on nearby speakers and viewing it on video screens.