Arts

The eyes of the fox are shells, Her home is sand, this luminous beach. She is washed by saltwater, bleached by sun, Wrapped in the calcium ribbon of shellfish. Her body is a skeletal map, a lens, a geographic mark. Did she leave the...
Nature Times Two     “East/West,” an exhibition of work by Annie Sessler and John Todaro, will be on view at Ashawagh Hall in Springs Saturday and Sunday. The title of the show reflects Ms. Sessler’s use of the...
       An artistic love child of Jackson Pollock and his mistress Ruth Kligman has garnered new legitimacy through the kind of police crime-lab science popularized in “CSI”-type television shows.
    Quite a long time ago and in a much different context, Ronald Reagan said “A tree’s a tree. How many more do you have to look at?” That observation may be misguided in a nature-loving sense, but it is also flawed...
    “Downton Abbey” fans who can’t wait for the Jan. 5 return of the PBS Masterpiece Classic can visit the Southampton Historical Museum for a taste of the era, starting on Saturday. “Downton Abbey Style In...
    It seems perfectly appropriate that a meeting at the crossroads — in this case, Crossroads Music on Amagansett Square — should spark a local musical phenomenon.
    The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons is sponsoring two events this weekend, both at the Bridgehampton Community House. An informal discussion on cleaning up the garden and other preparations for winter will be moderated by...
    The East Hampton Historical Society’s 2013 House and Garden Tour, scheduled for Nov. 30 from 1 to 4:30 p.m., will feature five residences, ranging from a historic East Hampton cottage to a compound whose main house’s...
Shinnecock Celebration
A forensics investigator said "beyond reasonable doubt" that a painting Ruth Kligman claimed for years was Jackson Pollock's final work before his fatal car crash in 1956 was painted at the artist's house in Springs.
    With a fully reserved first performance of the “Water’s Edge Radio Hour” at Wolffer Estate Winery on Saturday, clearly an audience exists for a home-grown version of “A Prairie Home Companion,” the...
    This year’s Black Film Festival opens tonight at 6:30 with a screening of “The Central Park Five,” a 119-minute documentary by Ken Burns, David McMahon, and Sarah Burns about the five young black and Latino men...
    Awadagin Pratt, a classical pianist who has been playing internationally for over 20 years, will perform on Saturday at 7 p.m. as part of the 10th-anniversary celebration of Southampton Cultural Center’s Rising Stars Piano...