Unlike their 1995 release, “Friend and Partner,” “Second Time Around” features the duo augmented by the local musicians Randolph A. Hudson III (baritone guitars), Mike Mazzaraco (bass), and James Benard (drums)
They typically play acoustic guitars as the duo Black and Sparrow, but Klyph Black, right, and John Sparrow were also partners in the electrified band Rumor Has It. Black and Sparrow will hold a release party for their new album, “Second Time Around,” on Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett.
A moody and sometimes sinister show featuring water and the sea
Ingrid Silva’s “Ascension,” a multilayered photograph mounted under plexiglass, is part of “On an Eastern Shore” at Outeast Gallery in Montauk.
The work of Peter Ngo, left, has a strong element of fantasy, whether he is taking straightforward photographs or going deeper into the realm of the chimerical with his paintings on view at Outeast Gallery, right. Jennifer Landes Photos
At the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor
At The Watermill Center
At Guild Hall
At the Bridgehampton Museum
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
At the Montauk Library
The first public meeting of the East Hampton Arts Council
Town Councilwoman Sylvia Overby addressed a packed audience at Ashawagh Hall, while members of the East Hampton Arts Council, standing along the wall, looked on during the group’s first public meeting.
The overall light-handed approach also highlights Tracy Lett’s text, which is actually funny, something that doesn’t always come across in the film
Stephan Scheck and Joan Lyons, as Charlie and Mattie Fae Atkin, with Samantha Honig, right, as Ivy Weston in Michael Disher’s production of “August: Osage County” at the Southampton Cultural Center.