Arts & Leisure

Art Urges Viewer to Find His Own Meaning

By Marianne Levine As one walks up the pretty curving staircase of Sag Harbor’s historic John Jermain Memorial Library, it’s hard not to notice the...

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...

Condo Developer Offers Bay Street New Theatre

Will the Bay Street Theatre find a new home on West Water Street next to Baron’s Cove Inn in Sag Harbor in a theatre...

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...

James McMullan: Imagining the Scene

  Theater posters represent a unique art form. Graphically intriguing and designed to catch the eye, in a single moment, a good poster says enough...

Iconic Cinema Is For Sale

Independent film aficionados eager to catch the newest flick at the iconic art-house move theatre, Sag Harbor Cinema, may have been surprised this week...

More Than Just Photos

John Messinger doesn’t want to talk about his photographs, about their locales or their subjects; he wants the narrative of his work to...

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...

A Month of Benefits at Ross

  Diana Aceti  said she couldn’t believe it when two years ago she spoke to the Queen of Soul personally on the telephone. “They said, ‘Oh...

Artist Finds Life in Music and Light

Frank Wimberley is an artist but said himself that he is not a carpenter. Still, standing outside his home on Hillside Drive East in...

No Super Saturday For Sagaponack

Sagaponack Village trustees are quickly learning much of their municipal business will be deciding who is allowed to use their idyllic community for special...

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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.