Saturday’s Music Fair at the Children’s Museum of the East End had all the makings of a perfect musical morning, with live music, karaoke for kids, crafts and dancing. It was the fifth year the museum hosted the event, which its administrators called a success, with children benefiting from hands-on learning and educational experiences through the musical offerings.
Beginning Friday, July 30, Sag Harbor Cinema (SHC) celebrates the late Robert Downey Sr. with a screening of his anti-establishment satirical comedy, “Putney Swope” (1969). The film stars Arnold Johnson as Putney Swope, a Madison Avenue adman who is inadvertently elected to head the agency.
Every waking moment, Christopher Allan lives with an inescapable white noise, like a refrigerator humming, or background music at the supermarket. When he tunes in, the quiet sharpens into focus. His physical world fades away. And, in a meditative state, he hears them — the voices whispering in his ear.