“The Wherewithal,” a novel in verse
Philip Schultz in his study in East Hampton Mark Segal

An artist who has gained lyricism and grace in his later years
Keith Sonnier’s “Lobbed Shape,” above, from 2013 and made in Bridgehampton, uses acrylic and wire as well as neon to provide its expressive energy. Below, “Ba-O-Ba V,” a 1970 work, contains the early genetic material that would spawn the works the artist created last year. Caterina Verde; Keith Sonnier/Artists Rights Society

At the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor

At St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton

A six-week music festival on the North Fork

At the Wolffer Estate in Sagaponack

At Guild Hall

Two new initiatives

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Billy Wilder Susan Wood

To read Capote’s short fiction is to get a real sense of his range in the expression and working out of a central and essential theme: identity
Truman Capote in 1957 East Hampton Star Archive