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News for Foodies 10.15.20

Seasonally appropriate specials at Nick and Toni's and Fresno welcome fall.

Oct 15, 2020
Bonac Blind Looks at What's Lost

As part of the Parrish Road Show, the artist Scott Bluedorn will launch Bonac Blind, a reimagined duck blind that both memorializes Bonac traditions of fishing, hunting, and farming and comments on the sad consequences of East Hampton's stratospheric cost of living.

Oct 15, 2020
A Fresh Start to Fall at Guild Hall

The fall art season has officially arrived at Guild Hall, which is presenting a recorded talk with Shirin Neshat about her latest video and film projects on Sunday, an installation by Rosario Varela opening Friday, and a virtual talk with Renee Cox and Sanford Biggers on Tuesday.

Oct 15, 2020
Poe Reimagined for Halloween at Bay Street

Will Pomerantz, Bay Street Theater's associate artistic director, has reimagined three of Poe's thrillers into short plays with contemporary settings, under the title "Awake at Night."

Oct 15, 2020
Celebrating Frederick Wiseman at Sag Harbor Cinema

The Sag Harbor Cinema will launch "Wednesdays With Wiseman," a virtual cinema series of three films by Frederick Wiseman, on Oct. 21 with "Ballet" (1995), which focuses on the American Ballet Theatre. Each film will be preceded by a prerecorded conversation between Mr. Wiseman and another notable documentarian.

Oct 15, 2020
The Art Scene 10.15.20

Local organizations have received grants from the Frankenthaler Foundation, plus new shows at Tripoli, Ashawagh, Philllips, Harper's Books, No. 53, and more.

Oct 15, 2020
Bits and Pieces 10.15.20

Outdoor screenings to be held at Southampton Arts Center this weekend, while an outdoor concert series in Bridgehampton has been canceled.

Oct 15, 2020
Truman and Tennessee, In Their Own Words

Lisa Immordino Vreeland planned to make a documentary about Truman Capote, then found out another film on the writer was in the works and about to be released. She decided to pivot and add another subject to her film.

Oct 8, 2020
A Sneak Peek at a Variety of Festival Films

A small sampling of Hamptons International Film Festival's offerings previewed and reviewed by some of The Star's writers for those looking for something different.

Oct 8, 2020
The Consequences of Tragedy

"Wander Darkly" portrays the crisis of a woman who isn't clear about her state of being or that of those around her after a car crash. It's an existential journey the audience takes with her, never really sure what is happening until late in the game.

Oct 8, 2020
The Art Scene 10.08.20

Pollock's mural at Guggenheim, Berry Campbell comes to Ashawagh, Elmgreen & Dragset at Pace, new solos at Halsey McKay, and more

Oct 8, 2020
Bits and Pieces 10.08.20

Dahlias at LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton Historical Society's Ask the Curator, and a new virtual concert series from the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival

Oct 8, 2020