Debbie Harry of Blondie, pictured here with Blondie's keyboardist, Matt Katz-Bohen, was the headliner at the Perfect Earth Project's benefit picnic on Saturday night.
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Chris Stein of Blondie, who played with Ms. Harry, with his wife, Barbara Sicuranza, and their daughter Valentina SteinDavid X. Prutting and Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
Among the guests were John Targon, a designer, left, and Martha Stewart with her canine companions. David X. Prutting and Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. chatted with Edwina von Gal, the founder of the Perfect Earth Project.David X. Prutting and Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
Isaac Mizrahi, left, the afternoon’s master of ceremonies, with the musicians Suzanne Vega, Teddy Thompson, G.E. SmithDavid X Prutting & Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
After taking the stage earlier in the afternoon, Rufus Wainwright, left, enjoyed the music with his husband, Jorn Weisbrodt.David X. Prutting and Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
Cindy Sherman, on the right in white, hosted the event at her property on Accabonac Harbor. Edwina von Gal is at left.David X. Prutting and Griffin Lipson/BFA.com
The Landscape Music Composers Network brings together composers who share a passion for increasing awareness of the natural world through music
Nell Shaw Cohen at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, N.M. The site is depicted in many of Georgia O’Keeffe’s landscape paintings, which inspired several of Ms. Cohen’s compositions.
This year’s festival will take place Oct. 6 through Oct. 10
In "Sonita," the title character wants to be a rapper in Afghanistan, but her parents want her to be a bride.
Suzanne Vega will commute to Guild Hall all the way from Amagansett to bring a set of old and new tunes for her concert on Saturday.
The exhibition examines how modern media has shaped elections from 1960 to the present in still and video photography
The “selfie wall” in the International Center of Photography exhibition “Winning the White House: From Press Prints to Selfies” at the Southampton Arts Center
Gerald Ford, “Making Us Proud Again,” from 1976, far right, joins campaign photos from Ronald Reagan, Hillary Clinton, and George McGovern in the Southampton Arts Center’s entrance. Tom Kochie