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Guild Hall Berenice d’Vorzon A History Beyond Walls at Guild Hall

Guild Hall’s new public database of its permanent collection has been greeted by some with surprise. It is not the multiyear project that culminated in its going live in February that raises eyebrows so much, rather it is the notion that the museum has a collection at all.

Apr 12, 2019
All's Fair in Love and 'Home'

A seven-minute film made 30 years ago generated a fascinating and frequently entertaining 75-minute discussion about architecture and the architect-client relationship at the Parrish Art Museum.

Apr 11, 2019
The Art Scene 04.11.19

Art Groove returns; RJD's annual art show for The Retreat; Walsh on Walsh, women realists at Grenning, and much more

Apr 11, 2019
Bay Street's Hot Summer Tickets

Memorial Day is more than six weeks away, but it’s never too early to secure tickets for some shows and programs. Witness the return of the comedian Paula Poundstone to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on May 25. As of press time, only a handful of seats remain for what is certain to be a sold-out performance.

Apr 11, 2019
Bits and Pieces 04.11.19

Film screenings of "Wall Street" and "Free Solo," a "Star Is Born" concert, and a salute to Danny Kaye

Apr 11, 2019
The Architect as Dictator at the Parrish

“Inter-Sections: The Architect in Conversation,” a series at the Parrish Art Museum, will present a screening of a satiric short film and a panel discussion about the dynamics of architect-client relationships on Friday.

Apr 4, 2019
Hedges-Edwards Barn Now Part of Mulford Farm

The Hedges-Edwards Barn, dating from around 1770, was originally located on the west side of Main Street in East Hampton, where the library now stands. E.J. Edwards first moved it around 1910 to his nearby property on Edwards Lane.

Mar 23, 2019
Renate Aller "Montain Interval" Visions of the Natural World at the Parrish

The photographs of Renate Aller and Jean-Luc Mylayne reflect an obsessive focus on the poetry and mystery of the natural world. On Sunday, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will open solo exhibitions of each artist’s work that complement each other while at the same time highlighting the differences between their approaches to their subject matter.

Mar 22, 2019
Man of La Mancha Tilting at Windmills in Quogue

“Man of La Mancha,” the classic 1965 musical, will open at the Quogue Community Hall today and run through April 7. The production is the first fully staged musical in the 34-year history of the Hampton Theatre Company.

Mar 22, 2019
Ghost in the basement? Investigating the South Fork’s Bumps in the Night

This is a story about the spiritual inhabitants of places where you might expect them — the Rogers Mansion and the Thomas Halsey Homestead, which are part of the Southampton History Museum — and a place you would not: the East Hampton Library.

Mar 21, 2019
Matthew Broderick, captured the last time he visited the film festival in 2011, is back with a new film, “To Dust,” in which he stars with Geza Rohrig. Broderick Returns With ‘To Dust’

He may be most beloved as celluloid’s eternal youth in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” the 1986 John Hughes film that never ages no matter how dated the references and fashion. Yet the Amagansett part-timer Matthew Broderick has proven himself a flexible and consummate actor in the years since in many featured and walk-on roles in film, theater, and television, including one of his biggest star turns on Broadway and then in the movie version of “The Producers.”

Oct 18, 2018
Kenny Schachter: To the Trade

Kenny Schachter has built a career on being the ultimate art world insider/outsider. He oscillates between being a dealer, lecturer, and art market chronicler, a position that has made him a celebrity in some circles, predominantly for his writing for Artnet News from a home base in London.

Sep 13, 2018