Arts

   Crossroads Music, the shop at Amagansett Square offering instrument sales and repairs as well as lessons, has long been a nexus for the South Fork’s thriving community of musicians and singers. From coffeehouse-type performances...

Deadline Extended     The deadline for submissions to the Retreat’s juried art show has been extended to next Thursday. The top 25 entries will be featured in a group show at the Richard J. Demato Fine Art Gallery in Sag Harbor...
England's Castle Theatre Company took over the grounds of the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack on Friday evening during the gloaming hours to perform their version of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It."
   On Memorial Day 2011, Fran Castan wrote searingly in this newspaper of the death of her first husband, the Look magazine war correspondent Sam Castan, killed by enemy fire in the highlands of Vietnam, just an hour’s plane ride...
   Bach & Forth, an ensemble of four instrumentalists and a soprano, will open its second season here at 7 p.m. Saturday at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church. The members of the quintet are Trudy Craney, a soprano who has a house in...
   The streets of Sag Harbor and Southampton will be alive with music this weekend, with both the Sag Harbor American Music Festival and South­ampton’s SeptemberFest in store.    In Sag Harbor, it all starts tomorrow...
   J.B. D’Santos will direct “Barbershop, Broadway, and Beyond,” a performance of show tunes, old favorites, and original music sure to have the audience singing along, tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the former Stella Maris School...
   On Columbus Day weekend, Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre will present Betty Buckley in “The Vixens of Broadway.”    Always popular, Ms. Buckley’s shows typically sell out. In this one, at 8 p.m. on Oct...
   Mark Allen, the founder and director of the Machine Project, a Los Angeles-based cultural organization that organizes “vacations for plants, concerts for dentists, and car theft workshops for children” from an Echo Park...