Our very own Jennifer Landes sported a Star sweatshirt at a marathon in San Diego. She can't win the free tickets, but you can.
The Southampton Cultural Center will present an off-site production of “An Iliad,” a play by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
The Poet (Patrick Vincent Curran) inspects a drone in “An Iliad,” a one-person play that will be performed in the Reid Brothers junkyard in Sag Harbor next week.
The Poet (Patrick Vincent Curran) tells his tales of war from the roof of a pickup truck in “An Iliad.” Annie Kohl
Caroline Hirsch is the owner of the well-known comedy nightclub Carolines on Broadway
Caroline Hirsch, who lives in New York City and Water Mill, has been called a pioneer in the comedy business.
The second in the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs program
After Herbalife executives decided not to be included in Theodore Braun’s film, Mr. Braun turned his primary focus to Bill Ackman, an activist investor who vowed to take down the company.
Betting on Zero
Kinan Azmeh, who was born in Damascus and has lived in New York City since 2001, has appeared as a soloist, composer, and improviser
The canine crowd will have their chance to celebrate their favorite pets at the Dog Film Festival on Tuesday at Guild Hall
Above, William Wegman’s film “The Hardly Boys in Hardly Gold” stars his weimaraners dressed up for a sleuthing adventure. Below, in “Harvey and Harmony,” a poodle totes a monogrammed suitcase.
Reflective of the country’s mood
Peter Sutherland’s “Kingsford (Long)” is part of his “Santa Carla” exhibition at the Fireplace Project in Springs.
“Bone Hill: The Concert,” an interdisciplinary theater work that will be presented at Guild Hall tomorrow at 8 p.m.
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
At the Montauk Library