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Opinion: A Comic Romp On Baker Street

The Southampton Cultural Center is offering three-course dinner-theater packages with “Sherlock’s Secret Life,” its current production from Boots on the Ground Theater. This critic’s advice: Skip the dessert course, because the play is a delightful and satisfying confection.

Mar 12, 2020
Opinion: Vernal Yearning at Drawing Room

The Drawing Room gallery is filled with work by five of its regular stable of artists — Gustavo Bonevardi, Sue Heatley, Hector Leonardi, Vincent Longo, and Aya Miyatake — who inadvertently express through abstraction and their own processes what it feels and looks like outside.

Mar 12, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 03.12.20

"Cyrano de Bergerac" and "The Flying Dutchman" have screenings at Guild Hall, new HamptonsFilm's screenings, women speaking about migration, and more

Mar 12, 2020
The Art Scene: 03.12.20

Alice Hope at Tripoli, another exhibition pops up at Markel, and Howard Kanovitz has a show in Riverhead.

Mar 12, 2020
A Complex Relationship With Light

Those who know Susan Harder from her activism regarding light pollution have a lot of surprises in store.

Mar 5, 2020
Thaw Fest Heats Up

The Hamptons Art Network’s Thaw Fest weekend is celebrating its third year by expanding to an entire month, beginning tomorrow and running through March 29.

Mar 5, 2020
Local Galleries at Armory Week

This weekend, the international art world will converge on New York City to experience the annual collection of art fairs that make up what is informally called Armory Week and with them some East Hampton galleries.

Mar 5, 2020
Sherlock's First Case Onstage

“Sherlock’s Secret Life,” which combines mystery, murder, love, and comedy, will have its Long Island premiere at the Southampton Cultural Center Friday evening and continue through March 22.

Mar 5, 2020
400 Artists at Members Show

Guild Hall’s Members Exhibition will display the work of 400 local artists in a variety of mediums when it opens on Saturday.

Mar 5, 2020
The Art Scene: 03.05.20

Paintings by Lewis Zachs and photographs by Anne Sager at Ashawagh this weekend, a new show at White Room, and local artists on view at MOCA LI

Mar 5, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 03.05.20

A dramatic reading in Sag Harbor, film classics have a new focus in Montauk, Inda Eaton at Bay Street, and more

Mar 5, 2020
Surveillance, Privacy, and Margia Kramer

The 1979 suicide of Jean Seberg has been an inspiration to Margia Kramer and others after her series of art projects based on Seberg's F.B.I. surveillance files.

Feb 27, 2020