She abandoned country music for a witty, sophisticated style and a comic voice much like her father’s
The lyricist Amanda Green, a Broadway baby with a show of her own on Broadway and another on its way.
Where have these paintings and sculptures been all of our lives?
Malcolm Morley is featured in an opening show at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
Christopher French/Parrish Art Museum
The society chooses its properties for their mix of architectural styles as well as their character
The East Hampton Historical Society will hold its annual house and garden tour this weekend. Houses include a cottage on Dayton Lane and a farmhouse in Amagansett.
Durell Godfrey Photo
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Shara Hughes's "Red Triangle" at Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton will be one of the works on view during Saturday's Art Walk, which is taking place from Amagansett to Southampton.
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Keith Sonnier’s “Bundle Pack,” from 2004, will be part of this year’s “Thanksgiving Collective,” opening Saturday at the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton.
The 12-by-12-inch cardboard sleeve of an LP provided a generous canvas to visually convey the artist’s music and personality
John Berg will discuss his work at Guild Hall on Saturday. Below, Mr. Berg was depicted in Italian Vogue magazine by Giuseppe Pino in March 1982.
By Bridget LeRoy
Literature Live! is presenting Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.
Southampton Village is embarking on a mission laid out in 2009 to enhance vitality in its core business district
The new pavilion planned for the old Parrish Art Museum property will provide Southampton Village with a splash of red, as well as a host of summer events and winter skating. Pictures from the opening of the new Parrish are on C2.
By Kathy Engel