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The Jam Session, which hosted a weekly jazz jam at Bay Burger since 2009, has announced a new home as of next month.
“Don Giovanni in New York,” a blend of theater and opera that celebrates a performance of “Don Giovanni” in 1826, will be at Bay Street this weekend.
Renovations on the old barber shop and beauty parlor on North Sea Road in Southampton Village, which will become the Southampton African American Museum, are scheduled to begin this week.
Mike Solomon on Ossorio at the library; Jack Ceglic's two shows; Latin Americans at Chase Edwards; Yoder leaves town, and more
Kenny Schachter has built a career on being the ultimate art world insider/outsider and now shows his work in a "retrospective" at Rental Gallery.
The Sag Harbor Cinema will screen a Leonard Bernstein documentary to finish out its Artists Love Movies series on Sunday.
The Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs will exhibit five paintings by Soren Hope, a 25-year-old figurative painter beginning Saturday.
An outdoor performance of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" will be performed al fresco at Madoo on Thursday and Friday at 4:30 p.m.
“And All That Jazz — The Kander and Ebb Songbook,” a concert with tunes from "Chicago" to "New York, New York" is coming to Guild Hall on Saturday.
Judy Carmichael will return with her quartet to Bay Street Theater on Saturday at 8 p.m.
A selection of short documentary films originally shown at the Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, Colo., will touch down at the Southampton Arts Center this weekend.
In his first summer at the Southampton Arts Center, Tom Dunn, the executive director, oversaw more than 100 public programs and two major art exhibitions produced by a "very small, very professional staff."
Barthélémy Toguo's exhibition “The Beauty of Our Voices” brings the world into its galleries. The result is magnificent.