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Live Music, Live Stories at LTV

A night of live music will happen at LTV Studios in Wainscott tomorrow at 7 with performances by two Long Island funk bands, the Kenny Harris Project and Funkin’ A.

Jan 23, 2020
Andy Aledort's Deep Blues on Tap

This mostly mild winter will heat up a little more on Saturday when Andy Aledort and the Groove Kings come to the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett for a 10 p.m. show.

Jan 23, 2020
A New Head for the Church

The Church, an arts and cultural center planned for the old Methodist Church in Sag Harbor, has its first director as of Jan. 1.

Jan 23, 2020
The Art Scene: 01.23.20

Love and Passion returns, Bird and Little fly solo at Halsey McKay, and more

Jan 23, 2020
'All My Sons' on Screen

Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons” will be screened Friday night at Guild Hall in a performance recorded previously from the Old Vic in London.

Jan 23, 2020
Winter Garden Blues (and Reds and Yellows)

In the bleak and short days of winter, there can still be some color and interest in the garden to sustain us until spring. Holger Winenga, the horticulturalist at LongHouse Reserve, shared what he enjoys planting and seeing in the winter garden.

Jan 16, 2020
Opinion: ‘A Delicate Balance’ Wobbles

Edward Albee's “A Delicate Balance” has neither the savage extravagance of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” nor the psychodramatic ingenuity of “Three Tall Women.” But the production at the Southampton Cultural Center is a commendable one.

Jan 16, 2020
Catching Up to a Visionary

Certain figures in history are so avant-garde they often have to wait years and even decades for the world to catch up to them. The artist Louise Bourgeois is one of those visionaries. A film at the Parrish explores her legacy.

Jan 16, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 01.16.20

Classes in playwriting and improv at Guild Hall, "Les Miserables" brings the French classic up to date via HamptonsFilm, and stand-up comedy returns to Bay Street

Jan 16, 2020
Holding ‘a Mirror to White Liberalism’

Joshua Harmon's “Admissions,” an examination of white privilege, white power, white anxiety, and white guilt, will begin a three-week run by the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue Thursday. It is directed by Andrew Botsford.

Jan 16, 2020
The Art Scene: 01.16.20

New shows at Drawing Room in East Hampton, White Room in Bridgehampton, an Artists Alliance show at Ashawagh Hall, and more

Jan 16, 2020
An ‘Osmotic Relationship’ Between Art and Architecture

Nishan Kazazian has been making art for more than 50 years and practicing architecture for almost as long. The two enterprises are distinct enough that he maintains websites devoted to each.

Jan 9, 2020