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One year, ago, when The Star wrote about Glenn Feit’s “Fingerpicking Second Act,” the semiretired attorney was five years into a resumed study of the guitar after a false start four decades earlier. His renewed interest, he said, had coincided with his 80th birthday, and after honing his chops on stages across the South Fork he felt ready to take...
“The Safety of Objects,” A.M. Homes’s 1990 story collection, arrived like an open-handed smack to the bourgeois reader’s face.
After almost a year of planning, Guild Hall has selected the first participants in its Artist in Residence program, who will be ensconced in Guild House, around the corner from the cultural center on Dunemere Lane, through April 30
See some modern Cyanotype photographs by Laurie Lambrecht at the Drawing Room in East Hampton. Cyanotype is a photographic process discovered in the mid-19th century that produces a Prussian-blue print. The show will remain on view through April 10. Barbara Groot, an artist who lives and works in East Hampton, will show her paintings at the art...
“Madoo Talks,” a series of three horticulture-related lectures, will kick off Sunday at noon at the Madoo Conservancy, the two-acre garden established in 1967 in Sagaponack by the late artist, gardener, and writer Robert Dash.
“Long Island Grown III: Food and Beverage Artisans at Work,” a four-lecture series organized by the Peconic Land Trust at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton, will open on Sunday at 2 p.m. with “The Cocktail Party,” a discussion featuring Vaughan Cutillo of the Montauk Brewing Company, Michael Kontokosta of Kontokosta Vineyard, and Noah Schwartz,...
The Met: Live in HD will present a new production of Puccini’s “Manon Lescaut” on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Guild Hall. A lecture on the opera by Victoria Bond will precede the screening at noon.
For classic musicophiles, the Montauk Library will present a free concert by Kathleen Tagg of works composed by virtuoso pianists Sunday afternoon at 3:30. The program will include compositions by Mozart, Ravel, Liszt, Schubert, Medtner, Debussy, and Gershwin.
East Hampton’s LongHouse Reserve will open its jubilee year with Design for Living, a winter benefit to be held at National Sawdust in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on March 15.
The Bridgehampton Museum’s Art of Song/Parlor Jazz series will present “Secret Love,” a tribute to the music of Doris Day by Karen Oberlin, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the museum’s archive building.
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...