Arts

    Canio’s Cultural Cafe is offering “Climate Change: A Way Forward,” a workshop put together by the Northwest Earth Institute, on four Thursdays in January, beginning next Thursday, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The course...
New at Crazy Monkey     The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett is opening a new show tomorrow called “New Year=New Art.” Work by the gallery members Andrea McCafferty, Daniel Schoenheimer, Barbara Bilotta, June Kaplan,...
    The Parrish Art Museum is hosting Into the Light, an early winter dance party, tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. Music will be spun by D.J. Mister Lama, now of Sag Harbor, a self-described “Peruvian redneck from Texas who has been...
    Free Grass Union, a bluegrass and folk-inspired band, will bring its unique musical stylings to the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Saturday night at 8.     The band features Gregory Butler, who may be...
    Marvin Hamlisch, a composer and longtime resident of Westhampton Beach and later Sag Harbor, will be the subject of a new PBS “American Masters” series documentary scheduled to premiere nationally and on WNET 13...
    Friday nights in Sag Harbor will get a little warmer this winter with Bay Street’s new series Fireside Sessions With Nancy Atlas. Each Friday night at 8 in January and February, Ms. Atlas will be joined by a special guest.
     Gail Levin has organized an exhibition of the work of Theresa Bernstein, now on view at the James Gallery at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.     Ms. Levin, who has a house in...
    A Google search of “athletics in India” reveals the not surprising fact that cricket is the most popular sport in the country. Chess, hockey, soccer, and tennis are also widespread. On Wikipedia’s “Sports...
    This year has been a busy one for Joan Semmel. She had a solo exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts in the spring, solo shows at both Alexander Gray Associates, her New York dealer, and Art Basel, exhibited at Frieze New York...