Arts

   Houston may seem a long way from Sag Harbor and the South Fork, but when one starts out in Freeport, it turns out not to be that far at all.     Such is the experience of Andrea Grover, the curator of programs at the...
   After its second go-round on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society, the artMRKT fair announced steady sales and 7,000 visitors during its run from July 19 through 22.    Max Fishko, who founded the fair with...
Love and Magic     “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a tale of love and magic, will be presented by the Hamptons Independent Theatre Festival starting tonight, outdoors behind the Bridgehampton High School.  ...
    Film, music, or culinary arts, there is something for every taste at Guild Hall in East Hampton over the next few days.     “The Wizard of Oz” will be shown tonight at 8 as part of a July Garland...

August, I walk this shore in search of wholeness among snapped razor clams and footless quahogs. How easily my palm cradles a moon shell coughed up on shore. I stroke the fragments as, last night, I stroked your arm smelling of salt,...
“Men of Fire” Opens     Today the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs opens “Men of Fire: Jose Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock,” an exhibition organized by Helen Harrison and Sarah Powers...
   As an art photographer, Mary Ellen Bartley may have had a long gestational period, but after finding her muse not all that long ago, her career has taken off on a steady upward trajectory.     Her still-life images of...
    The Watermill Center will present a show of the work of the California artist Mike Kelley, who died this year, beginning at its benefit on Saturday night. The tribute to the artist will be open through Sept. 16, by appointment...
   Somewhere between the edgy nihilism of Holden Caulfield and the playful insurgency of Ferris Bueller, there was Benjamin Braddock, the 1960s misfit hero of “The Graduate,” now playing at the Southampton Cultural Center...