Music of a different sort will happen Friday and Saturday nights at 8 when “What a Long Strange Trip,” a two-night Grateful Dead tribute concert, comes to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Each performance will highlight different songs from the band’s long history, which began in 1965 and ran until the death of Jerry Garcia in 1995.
Karyn Mannix, an East Hampton artist and gallerist, will open the Mannix Studio of Art on Friday, March 12, at 38 Gingerbread Lane in East Hampton. The school will conduct classes taught by classically trained instructors for students of all ages.
Lindsay Morris became obsessed with both photography and travel at the age of 10, when her grandfather gave her a subscription to National Geographic magazine. “My parents didn’t have the means to take us on any big trips, so that was how I found my adventure,” she said during a recent conversation in the Sag Harbor house she shares with her...
Since its founding 32 seasons ago, the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival has continually found ways to expand and vary its summertime programs, including different venues, themes, and formats. Last year, Long Island’s longest-running classical music series added BCMF Spring, with two concerts. The new venture had such a strong audience response...
Thanks to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, residents of the South Fork have had plenty of remedies for a long winter’s inevitable cabin fever. This off-season has seen a multitude of musical events that have warmed the cold nights, many of them paying tribute to rock ’n’ roll’s classic era and the artists who made it so.
The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor has announced its full slate of 2016 Mainstage summer productions. The season will begin with the world premiere of “The Forgotten Woman,” a new play by Jonathan Tolins that will be directed by Noah Himmelstein and run from May 31 through June 19.

The vanishing East End landscape will be the theme of "Scenes and Structures: Here and Gone,” an exhibition of paintings by Eileen Dawn Skretch and photographs by Anthony Lombardo at the Southampton Cultural Center. The show will open on Tuesday and remain on view through April 10. A reception will be held March 12 from 4 to 6 p.m..
“Listen to My Heart,” a free musical tribute to the cabaret legend Nancy LaMott, will take place at the Montauk Library on Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Rusty Kransky and Dee Martin, actor-singers who live on the North Fork, will be accompanied on piano by Jeff Wentz, minister of music at the First Congregational Church in Riverhead.
The John Drew Theater Lab will present a free concert staging of “Eco,” a new musical by Jenna Mate and Bethie Fowler, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Center Stage of the Southampton Cultural Center will present a concert adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” from next Thursday through March 20.
The Hamptons International Film Festival also announced that it is now an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences qualifying festival for the documentary short subject category.
Those of us on the South Fork who are decidedly not “morning” people can awaken to music and high spirits at 92.9 and 96.9 on the FM dial, where Anthony, host of “The Morning Show” on WEHM, reliably serves up an abundance of both.
For the past few months, Guild Hall has displayed an array of photographic portraits in the intimate space of its Wasserstein Gallery. The set of 15 predominantly black-and-white prints, the work of Walter Weissman, befit the room, and the room enhances them.