Arts & Leisure

From Chaos to Calm: Sag Harbor artist reflects on life changing moments

Rima Mardoyan’s artwork is not only a visual sensation, but tactile and olfactory as well. When walking into a gallery filled with her paintings,...

Religious Reading — Interfaith book fair helps build home libraries and communities

Leah Oppenheimer is excited to be a community builder. As the Hebrew School Director at Temple Adas Israel, she has breathed new life into...

Pierson Plays the Pops

Today, November 6, the music students of Pierson High School will put on a free Pop Concert in the school auditorium and the community...

Letters November 6

Cleaning a Beach   Dear Editor: We are eighth grade students at Pierson Middle School. We are writing this letter out of concern for our beaches, specifically...

We Are One

By Robbie Vorhaus Recently, a terrible thing happened that ended well. One of Molly’s friends fell down a flight a stairs on her head. It was...

Can You Say Dada? Artists’ response to epic wars still rings true in music...

Musically speaking, it’s fair to say that Lutz Rath is never afraid to go out on a limb. A classically trained cellist and world renown...

The Summer of Brotherly Love

  Life in San Francisco in the mid 1960s was the stuff of legends. Ground zero for the counter culture movement, the corner of Haight...

The Freedom Trail: Memoir recalls a movement

For decades, Southampton’s Bob Zellner has been a champion of civil rights. A speaker on the national circuit, locally, he has worked with members...

Projecting

In the same week as High School Musical 3 hits theatres, the Sag Harbor School District has decided to discuss options for a new...

Obituaries October 23

Kenneth David Bradford Kenneth David Bradford, formerly of Sag Harbor, died at The Hamptons Center, Southampton, on October 12. He was 72 years old. Born in...

Collector’s Craze: Functional to frivolous, it’s a matter of passion

Many of us have collected something at one time or another in our lives. From baseball cards and string to comic books or dolls,...

Hypnotic Voyage: Knigin’s ethereal images

Michael Knigin’s collaged landscapes may be abstract by definition, yet they feel like places that might exist in some other dimension. In a single...

Local Doctors Rally To Aid Zambian Girl

Nine year-old Merris has the kind of smile that lights up a room, a smile that gives no indication that she has been living...

Obituaries October 16

Melinda Camber Porter Melinda Camber Porter, artist, writer and journalist, died of cancer at her home in Sag Harbor on October 9. She was 55...

Brothers in Art: DeVitos show together for the first time in 25 years

Though they live hundreds of miles apart, Vito DeVito and his brother Joe are kindred spirits. Both men are artists (left handed incidentally) who...

Latest Articles

Artist Christopher Engel’s ‘Kings’ Speak To A Deeper Truth At Romany Kramoris Gallery

The crown. It’s a recurring symbol in Christopher Engel’s artwork and it figures prominently in “Kings,” a series of paintings by the Sag Harbor artist on view now through the end of summer in Romany Kramoris Gallery’s first-ever virtual exhibition.

The Story He Is — Roger Rosenblatt’s Writing Life

In truth, Roger Rosenblatt never really intended for his collection of prose to become a book. But once a writer, always a writer, and that’s exactly what his selected essays — on the subject of writing, as it turns out — has become. “I knew I would make a fortune on the book and couldn’t resist the opportunity,” joked Rosenblatt, who will most likely do nothing of the sort with “The Story I Am: Mad About the Writing Life,” which was published by Turtle Point Press in April.

Neo-Political Cowgirls Boost Arts, Advocacy with Andromeda’s Sisters

Florencia Lozano has recently found herself questioning what she always took for granted: the books and articles she read, the plays and films she watched, the music and stories that moved her, the reality she assumed to be true. But as the world continues to shift through the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the dismantling of white supremacy — and, to a certain degree, the patriarchy — and the rebirth of the civil rights movement, she is choosing what she consumes in a new light. And with a new, heightened focus on women.