Theater

“The Guys” of 9/11: A staged reading at Bay Street Theatre

On Friday, September 11, the anniversary of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center will be marked with a staging of “The Guys”...

HarborFest Returns

Sag Harbor’s favorite end-of-season celebration, HarborFest, returns next weekend. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce and other local organizations, the Fest features...

Kids Groups Get Creative With Fundraising

While big ticket benefits with cocktails and sit down dinners have become a de rigueur part of the summer social season out here, there...

Robert Reeves

Stony Brook Southampton's conferences in writing, children's literature, screenwriting and now playwriting are in full swing and Robert Reeves, director of both the Southampton...

Dinner Dates: The truth of a meal shared

The dinner party has long been a venue where old friends can catch up or new friends make acquaintance. Polite conversation about interesting topics...

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...

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...

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...

East End Digest: June 11 through June 18

"Landscape Pleasures," the Parrish Art Museum’s annual two-day horticulture event and fund-raiser, will explore the use of color in the garden, fashion and the...

Letters to the Editor May 7, 2009

What They Want   Dear Bryan, On behalf of the Noyac Civic Council I want to comment on the April 23, 2009 article in The Express regarding...

Author, Author! Young writers hone their craft at Stony Brook Southampton

Rehearsals got underway in earnest earlier this week, and as lighting technicians scaled ladders and inserted gels, costuming choices were made and the sound...

Obituaries April 16, 2009

Eva Stern Eva Stern of New York City and Sag Harbor died, April 10, of lung cancer. Ms. Stern was born in Kassel, Germany on December...

Letters April 9, 2009

Cost of Competition   Dear Bryan,  Kudos to the Sag Harbor Express for endorsing the Sag Harbor Board of Education’s budget as unanimously adopted at their meeting...

Guild Hall Is Back!

When Guild Hall opened its doors in 1931, it was the crown jewel of art and culture in East Hampton. Through the years, the...

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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.