The term “Renaissance Man” certainly does no service to an artist like Clifford Ross, whose precise use of language would never countenance anything so trite.

The Choral Society of the Hamptons celebrated the 65th anniversary of its summer concert series on Saturday together with the Greenwich Village Singers and four soloists, to the accompaniment of the South Fork Chamber Orchestra.
Not quite three years ago I wrote enthusiastically about a revolution in roses that would propel America’s national flower into its most popular and widely grown flower.