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  • Patricia Watt grew up with Cy Coleman, Arthur Schwartz, Jule Styne, Kurt Weill, Richard Rodgers, and Sammy Cahn, who were all family friends.
  • “Obama-ology,” the first show at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater ever directed, produced, designed, and acted entirely by its summer intern company, will be onstage there today, tomorrow, and Saturday at 4 p.m.
  • "Compendium' at Mark Borghi; “Three Roads, Three Artists” at Ashawagh Hall; Metro Pictures comes to Halsey McKay, and much more
  • While Ellsworth Kelly is as not readily associated with the Hamptons as such other notable painters as Jackson Pollock or Willem de Kooning, he in fact spent time in Springs in 1960 and 1961 and in Bridgehampton in 1968 and 1969.
  • In 1970, while an undergraduate at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Charles Yoder took a summer job at Castelli Graphics, which had been founded the year before by Antoinette Castelli, the wife of the influential art dealer Leo Castelli.
  • Eleven years after her death in 2007 and more than 20 since she served 19 months in prison for tax evasion, few remember that in New York City real estate circles in the 1980s and 1990s, it was Leona Helmsley, not Donald Trump, who so famously personified tyrannical behavior.
  • The Parrish Road Show was inaugurated in the summer of 2012 to present offsite exhibitions while the museum was in the process of relocating from the Village of Southampton to Water Mill. However, the four installations, which spanned Bridgehampton to Montauk, were so successful at bringing art into diverse public spaces that the series has continued every summer since.
  • The coming week will offer three opportunities to access the insights and observations of women who have made important contributions to the making and presentation of contemporary art over the past several decades.
  • Art Bus benefit; Montauk Highway II at Firestone; Springs Invitational returns to Ashawagh; two shows at Rental; Dweck at Roman, and much more
  • Music for Montauk's weeklong summer music festival will feature Arvo Part and Philip Glass along with with Mozart, Grieg, Debussy, and Bernstein, and more this year.

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