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Segregation on the East End

"Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim," an exhibition that sheds light on racial segregation on the East End, will open at the Parrish Art Museum this weekend.

Jul 8, 2021
Guild Hall's Comedic Bookends

This week, Guild Hall will present comedy from Mike Birbiglia, Susie Essman, Isaac Mizrahi, and Mercedes Ruehl, books talks, music, and "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea."

Jul 8, 2021
Sullivan Takes Madoo

Paintings and drawings by Billy Sullivan are on view at Madoo, which is also hosting a signing for a new book by Christophe von Hohenberg Friday.

Jul 8, 2021
The Art Scene 07.08.21

Solo shows for John Little and Milton Avery, a pop-up from Mexico City, Minimalists at Berggruen, iconic women on canvas, and much more

Jul 8, 2021
Pollock-Krasner Lectures Return

Pollock-Krasner lecture series to focus on Mary Abbott and the women of mid-20th-century abstraction

Jul 8, 2021
Bits and Pieces 07.08.21

A new dance festival in Southampton, sonic experimentation at Duck Creek, call for performers. Broadway in Water Mill, and "Camelot" at Bay Street

Jul 8, 2021
Sag Cinema Head Resigns

The Sag Harbor Cinema loses its executive director less than a year after his hire. Genevieve Villaflor has been named acting director.

Jul 8, 2021
The Music Scene 07.08.21

Jazz Fest continues at multiple venues, Dan Bailey at Wolffer on Friday, a free music series at Main Beach, and more

Jul 8, 2021
Not So Simply Halston

Decades after their publication, Steven Gaines's "Simply Halston" and "Philistines at the Hedgerow" are receiving big-time small screen treatment.

Jul 1, 2021
The Telecaster: Good Treble

On Monday, G.E. Smith, who lives in Amagansett, will host Masters of the Telecaster with Jim Weider, who played with the Band for 15 years.

Jul 1, 2021
Projection Takes Center Stage

The Bay Street Theater will put the audience inside the four walls of its outdoor courtyard, where it will be surrounded by video projections and share the space with performers.

Jul 1, 2021
New Owners Keep WLNG Tradition Alive

For Sandra Foschi and her husband, Bill Evans, ownership of WLNG is about "respecting its longevity, its legendary status in the community," the latter said last week

Jul 1, 2021