Members of the artistic community such as Elaine Benson, Priscilla Bowman, Howard Kanovitz, and Jeffrey Potter hosted shows where artists came on and discussed their lives and work
The festival brought some of the most respected names in documentary filmmaking to Sag Harbor
Susan Lacy, center, was joined by, from left, Jamie Bernstein, Roger Sherman, Susan Makepeace, and Michael Epstein at an event in Ms. Lacy’s honor at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor Saturday night.
Ms. Chaisson founded Dirty Rice Films in 2002 and has served in a fund-raising and development capacity for a number of entertainment nonprofits
Performing works by Chopin, Prokofiev, and Liszt-Horowitz.
By Ellen T. White
After the death of Richard Holbrooke in 2010, Kati Marton started her life over in Paris, alone.
The winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets prize for 2012
Local art news
“Making the Scene: Nashville,” a new book that details how to live, network, and succeed in Music City.
Liam Sullivan of Amagansett, an author and musician, wrote “Making the Scene: Nashville,” a how-to guide for Music City.
Three days of programming and a gala honoring Susan Lacy
Mark Mangini, the society’s music director, will conduct the program, which begins and ends with settings of the celebratory Magnificat
Mark Mangini, the music director of the Choral Society of the Hamptons, will conduct its winter concert.