Astrid Myers-Rosset with a portion of the wall, which will be fully revealed in the film “Barney’s Wall.”
David Amran serenaded Astrid Myers-Rosset with a Chinese hulusi flute in the loft she shared with her late husband, Barney Rosset, as David Leitner filmed the exchange. Rosset’s wall can be seen in the background. Jennifer Landes
Tracey Jackson and Paul Williams take a serious yet lighthearted approach to adapting recovery principles for those who need help but are not traditional addicts.
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“The Little Pier” from 1914 is one of many images William Glackens painted while summering in Bellport from 1911 to 1916.
“The Green Car‚” from 1910, is one of the early works in which William Glackens began experimenting with color. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
One can almost hear the deeply romantic lyrics as the musician Pat DeRosa plays “Misty,” on a Selmer Mark VI saxophone, in his house in Montauk
The saxophonist Pat DeRosa of Montauk, who will turn 93 in December, has performed across the country and with many musical legends of the 20th century.
Collage is a confounding description for these works, which seem too hard-edged, too precise, and too planned
“I Could Swear It Was You,” above, and “Whirlaway,” below, are two of the collages by Glenn Fischer on view at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill.
Founded by Isabel Sepulveda and presented by the Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, the festival will kick off tomorrow at 5:30 p.m.
In “Pescador,” Blanquito (Andres Crespo) and Lorna (Maria Cecilia Sanchez) travel to Guayaquil, Ecuador, in an attempt to dispose of some ill-gotten cocaine.
Rodolfo (Sergio Hernandez), an older ex-naval officer, kindles a fire in Gloria (Paulina Garcia), the title character, who is a middle-aged divorcee looking for companionship.