At the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At Hamptons Dance Authority in South­ampton

The sales will benefit WhyHunger, a charity that got its start 40 years ago as well, when it was co-founded by the musician Harry Chapin and the radio disc jockey Bill Ayres as World Hunger Year
John Berg, left, designed Bruce Springsteen’s iconic “Born to Run” album cover in 1975 from a photo taken by Eric Meola, right. Joanna McCarthy
The Born to Run 40th anniversary poster sales will benefit Why Hunger.

The season is full of opportunities to socialize and help out good causes
The pond at the Sender estate in Noyac, which on Sunday will host this year’s Planned Parenthood benefit

An exhibition that is far more surprising and engrossing than one might assume
“Self Portrait/Composite/Nine Parts,” from 1979, is one of Chuck Close’s early experiments with large-scale color Polaroids. Whitney Museum of American Art
A detail from studies for the painting “Nancy‚” from 1968

Paula Poundstone, the Emmy Award-winning comedian, brings her stand-up act to the theater on Saturday evening at 8

The group was founded in 2010 by Jason Ralph, Frank Winters, and James Ortiz, graduates of the SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory for Theatre Arts and Film
For members of Strangemen & Co., rehearsal is more likely to involve physical movement than line reading. Mark Segal

At Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor

Robert Harms bides the time, season by season, absorbing his surroundings through eyes that transmute the air and landscape into a distillation of time and place
"Noyac,” 2013