Looking for a little Sunday afternoon music to soothe the soul? On Sunday, February 28, at 4 p.m., the Hamptons Youth Quartet performs the music of Mozart, Dvorak and a few other favorites in a Facebook Live concert hosted by the Southampton Cultural Center. The four talented teen string musicians are violinists Kristina Georges and Tessa Arnzen, viola player Julian Misut and cellist Charlotte Arnzen. The event is free, but donations are welcome. For more information, visit Southampton Cultural Center’s Facebook page or scc-arts.org.
Among the appealing aspects of a photograph is what it can tell us about ourselves. Our style, our appearance, the experiences we share, and moments of intimacy and honesty that are suddenly history the instant a shutter clicks. And while the camera can mechanically record these pieces of our past, it is the intent and imagination of the photographer that decides what and how the images are to be remembered.
we ever get past this difficult time and find a way for our society to continue in an orderly fashion without the scourge of racism, there will be a body of literature that participated in bringing about profound changes throughout our society. At the center of that body of literature will be a no-holds-barred book by a gay Black man from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who works for an international media company and is engaged to a white man from the East End of Long Island.
The final offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time” series — children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves — will feature Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, reading “Simeon’s Gift” on May 15.