At the Sara Nightingale Gallery
A film about a tiny island in Alaska that appears destined to be one of North America’s first victims of climate change
A Kivalina islander dropped a seal carcass into the water after a June 2011 hunt, one of many traditions Gina Abatemarco experienced on visits to the tiny Alaskan island during the making of her documentary “Kivalina People.”
Local art news
Toni Ross, left, joined Laurie Lambrecht and Carol Grove at a reception at the Drawing Room gallery in East Hampton on Saturday.
By Gary Reiswig
Bright Lights, Big Cuvée: Jay McInerney, the man with the best gig in the world — wine columnist.
Springs Community Theater actors soar above the stage
The Darling children, from left, Paula Guerra, Colin Freedman, and Dillon Andrada, watched Peter Pan, played by Jayne Freedman, take flight.
A Polaroid image of Little Edie taken by Andy Warhol in 1976
Fans of Andy Warhol and Little Edie alike should spark interest in this Polaroid image taken by Warhol in 1976 for sale tomorrow at Christie’s.
Swing dancing to the Max Feldschuh Quintet
The musicians will perform material from their respective catalogs in an acoustic duet format
The opera from its 1976 premiere to its 2012 restaging
Marc Robinson will discuss the hand gestures in “Einstein on the Beach,” seen here from a production in Toronto last summer.
Lucie Jansch, Luminato
This year marks the bicentennial of the publication of “Pride and Prejudice,”