“The most ambitious wildlife conservation project ever undertaken.”
Mary Ellen Hannibal writes about how important connected spaces are to wildlife in “The Spine of the Continent,” just published by Lyons Press.
By William Roberson
The “first illustrated history of Long Island’s modern architecture.”
The south facade of the Renny and Ellin Saltzman house in East Hampton, designed by Richard Meier in 1971
The Swedish-born poet spent much of her adult life on the East End
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The photography of Ricardo B. Sanchez can be seen at the Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor through Oct. 10.
The end-of-summer party has taken place for 27 years at various locations
Joe Lauro auctioned some of his rare music memorabilia at a recent fund-raiser held in his barn on Shelter Island. His next project is Saturday’s Beach Blast.
Carrie Ann Salvi
I was immediately enthralled by this bit of agitprop theater
“Cloud Life,” a painting by Eric Dever, inspired a play of the same name by Joe Pintauro and was onstage during its reading on Saturday.
Kelley was a master of the decrepit, the forlorn, the scatological, the cruelly cast off
A group of pieces and projections from Mike Kelley’s “Kandor” project takes up the bulk of the south wing of the Watermill Center.
A trip worth considering
The Duomo in Florence, Italy, is one of the many inspiring works of art, architecture, and culture that Stony Brook Southampton students will take in during a short-fiction writing conference in January.