Music Fridays will return to Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton tomorrow at 6 p.m. with Joe Hampton and the Kingpins.
This year, Guild Hall has decided to let the natural bounty of the South Fork’s private gardens and commercial farms be the star of its Garden as Art tour. The event will feature gardens that have vegetable components as well as a breakfast using local farm ingredients, a panel on edible landscapes, and special discounts at several farm stands in...
“You Made Me Love You: Celebrating 100 Years of the Great American Songbook,” starring Jennifer Sheehan, will take place at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. as part of Guild Hall’s Songbook Salon Series.
Last week, Ruth Appelhof told the board and staff she would retire as director of Guild Hall at the end of 2016, after 16 years of steering the East Hampton arts institution.
As his teacher had before him, the late saxophonist Hal McKusick, who lived in Sag Harbor, wanted to inspire students to pursue their dream and be passionate about what they believe in. “That takes mentors,” he told The Star in 1998. “And that’s what I’d like to do with my students.”
For those who like their iambic pentameter served alfresco while seated on lawn chairs or picnic blankets, this weekend should be a cause for celebration, with two free productions of Shakespeare plays to choose from and a new partnership that could offer more in the future.
I took a look at Ryan McGinness’s work at the Silas Marder Gallery, then I looked again, and then once more. No matter how familiar his world of idiosyncratic signs and symbols, there is always something new to see in their more-is-more layering.

The Star's reviewer says the new production, starring Betty Buckley and Rachel York, is "everything it should be." The play runs at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through Aug. 30.
Bulletproof Stockings, a Hasidic rock duo, will grace East Hampton for the first time next week, and the two front-women are curious how the audience will react.