The collection of 122 photographs depicts destruction on a scale that would otherwise be difficult to fathom
The Hurricane of 1938 rearranged the East End, as vividly depicted in this scene at Three Mile Harbor.
Local art news
Hiroyuki Hamada will be one of several artists, among other creative personalities, participating in tonight’s PechaKucha at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton.
The festival, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, will run from Oct. 4 through Oct. 8 in East Hampton and other venues on the South Fork.
Live music will again fill the streets, restaurants, galleries, shops, and historic spots throughout the village beginning on Friday, Sept. 28
The Sag Harbor American Music Festival will bring a boom to the village on Friday, Sept. 28, and Sept. 29.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Local culture news
By Ellen T. White
Dan Colen's Hard Day's Night, 2011, trash and paint on canvas
“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