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   Sometimes a play needs a grand vision. Sometimes it needs a minimal touch. But sometimes, it needs both. Josh Perl and Peter-Tolin Baker have brought both to bear on a late Tennessee Williams play “In the Bar of a Toyko Hotel,...
Concert for Concerts     Three of the East End’s most popular local bands will perform at Gurney’s Inn on Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. in the fourth annual Concert for the Concerts to benefit the Montauk Chamber of Commerce...
Groovy in Springs     Music and art will merge at Ashawagh Hall this weekend with the second annual presentation of “Art Groove,” an exhibition of work by 14 artists paired with music with a dance beat, including Motown...
   On a temperate spring day last week, works of art from Audrey Flack’s light and airy studio in East Hampton were being gently borne to the Gary Snyder Gallery in the Chelsea district of Manhattan, where they will be on view from...
Pollock-Krasner Benefit     Stony Brook University will honor Ed Harris, an actor, writer, and director, at its 2012 Stars of Stony Brook Gala on April 25 at Chelsea Piers in New York City. The event will also honor the Pollock-...
    Farmer, winemaker, musician, “art worker,” editor, chef, and even artist, were some of the vocations represented last week at the Parrish Art Museum’s second “Lighting Round” presentation.  ...
New at the Monkey     The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett will feature work by three members of its artists cooperative — Barbara Bilotta, Lance Corey, and Wilhelmina Howe — beginning tomorrow.     Ms...
“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.