Arts

The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale is presenting “No One Remembers Alone: Memory, Migration, and the Making of an American Family,” an exhibition organized by Patricia Klindienst, through Feb. 1.
In honor of Veterans Day and the centennial of the outbreak of World War I, the Montauk Library will present “Over There: Songs of World War I,” a free concert, on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Linda Russell, balladeer for the National Park...
The John Drew Theater Lab will present “Songs of Life and Love,” a free performance by Paul Alexander, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Guild Hall. Mr. Alexander, an ASCAP award-winner and East End resident, has performed at many venues, New York...
“The Only Real Game,” a documentary by Mirra Bank about the popularity of baseball in the isolated state of Manipur in India, will be screened at Quad Cinema in New York City tomorrow through next Thursday. Ms. Bank, who lives in East...
Carone at Washburn The Washburn Gallery in New York City will present “Nicolas Carone: Paintings From the 1950s” today through Jan. 17, with a reception tonight from 6 to 8. Although Mr. Carone continued to paint until his death in...
Building on their strong production of “Macbeth” two years ago, Morgan and Tristan Vaughan and their Roundtable Theatre Company will now tackle “Hamlet‚” beginning tomorrow at Guild Hall.
For early-bird snowbirds, Lynn University in Boca Raton will present a one-night reading of  “East Hampton, Last Summer,” a new comedy with music by Tony Finstrom,  at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. A retired opera star and her...
Every so often we need an exhibition of Jane Wilson’s paintings to remind us how spectacular an artist she truly is. Such an event is now occurring in New York City at DC Moore Gallery on the occasion of Ms. Wilson’s 90th year. “...
The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue has chosen to open its 30th season with a laudable production of the 1945 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Harvey,” by Mary Chase, directed by Diana Marbury.