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Canio’s Gallery in Sag Harbor will open “The Odd in the Ordinary,” a group exhibition of work by local photographers, with a reception tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. Organized by Kathryn Szoka, the exhibition reflects what six photographers see as they observe the East End. “Solarplate 2016,” a juried exhibition of Solarplate etchings will be on view...
The Montauk Library will present “Gershwin: The Double Life of an American Icon,” a free concert by the classical-jazz pianist Alexander Wu, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
The Rising Stars Piano series at the Southampton Cultural Center will feature the classical pianist Nicholas King on Saturday evening at 7. Mr. King, who performed during the 2015 Pianofest season, will juxtapose German, Slavic, and Nordic idioms in the program.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will hold auditions for its Christmas concert by appointment on Monday at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
The indefatigable Joe Lauro will bring a new film compilation to the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tonight at 8 as host of “Legends of Rock,” a celebration of the diversity and passion of American music
“Harry and Snowman,” Ron Davis’s multiple-award-winning documentary about a Long Island horse trainer and an unkempt plow horse he rescued and turned into a national show-jumping champion, will make its theatrical debut tomorrow at venues across the country, including AMC Loews Stony Brook 17.
A hypercritical mother, Mack the Knife, and Emma Goldman will appear in various incarnations at Guild Hall this week, starting tomorrow evening at 8 with a personal documentary by the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum, “Look at Us Now, Mother!”
The Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency that funds those entities, has awarded the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill a three-year, $83,495 grant for an initiative called Art + Language: A New Design for Learning in three South Fork schools.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture has included images and objects with a Sag Harbor provenance in its first permanent collection installation.
Will Ryan has had a few rough years, but even though the physical toll of his rare blood disease is still evident in his reed-thin physique, the vitality of his spirit is obvious.
Throughout Bob Golden’s career, the musician and potter has reliably demonstrated a gift for creating opportunity, and, like any good drummer, his timing has been flawless.
Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater will hold a sneak preview of “Chapter...

“Richard Pousette-Dart: The Centennial” has just opened and will be on view through Oct. 15 at the Pace Gallery in Manhattan. It is an opportunity to recall the art and career of Pousette-Dart, who died in 1992 at the age of 76.