A lively medley of the greatest hits of Broadway as part of SeptemberFest
The structure gave him a place to devote himself entirely to his artwork
The Artist Survival Shack was erected in the woods and scrubland at an “undisclosed location” through the month of August.
At the Parrish Art Museum
at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church
at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor
at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater
At the Montauk Library
Local art news
By John Eilertsen
The Riverhead Raceway Indian
John and Laura Leita
“Fire and Rain,” published in 2011 and issued in paperback last year, examines a time in Mr. Browne’s own youth, and the music that shaped it
David Browne, an editor at Rolling Stone, appreciates the quiet and stillness of Shelter Island, where he has a house.