arts

“Rome”
Robert Hughes
Knopf, $35

Mick Hargreaves, a singing, songwriting bass player and band leader, was beaten with a crowbar and left with life-threatening injuries, including a fractured skull.

From Europa to Heidi
    On Sunday at 2 p.m., Guild Hall will screen in HD the Berliner Philharmoniker’s “Europa Konzert” from Moscow in its North American premiere. The concert will...

    On March 18,  a beautiful early Sunday evening just turning toward spring, the birds were still twittering as we hustled into the big, white East Hampton Presbyterian Church, built in 1648, a year after the settling of...

   Purists may sniff at giving up an entire museum show to a single private collector and — in the Parrish Art Museum’s case — putting art on the wall that is from an entirely different region of the country. Yet...

New Work at Vered
    “Ray Caesar: Selected Works” will open at the Vered Gallery in East Hampton tomorrow. The exhibition features the artist’s work in Maya, a three-dimensional modeling...

   “Balzac’s Omelette”
Anka Muhlstein
Other Press, $19.95

    “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” the 18th-century French novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos about aristocratic power games and the lives they affect, has been adapted into every form imaginable. It can boast of at...


“American Gibraltar”
Henry Osmers
Outskirts Press, $21.95