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A concert of Schubert, Tchaikovsky, and Liszt by the pianist Nadejda Vlaeva will take place Friday evening at the Parrish Art Museum.
The “Bach, Before and Beyond” concert series will return on Sunday afternoon to the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor.
A concert of Beatles music performed with a Latin twist will take place at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday.
A staged reading of a play by Jan Buckaloo will take place at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Thursday evening.
Six days a week, at her Epic Martial Arts studio in Sag Harbor, Sensei Michelle Del Giorno challenges and urges on numerous Rock Steady Boxing students of hers who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease — hard-charging 75-minute Parkinson’s-...
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital will hold its fifth annual addiction symposium Thursday at the Stony Brook Southampton campus to explore the best medical practices to help combat the opioid crisis here.
The first two of six works attributed to Willem de Kooning and discovered in a storage container sold on Sunday for a grand total of $1,272,000 after multiple bids.
State officials will hold a listening session on cleaner, safer, and more reliable low-carbon transportation at a meeting in Wading River on Tuesday.
Buses will substitute for some mid-day, off-peak weekday trains between Montauk and Babylon Monday through Friday, then again on Oct. 29 and Nov. 2.
Based on its latest rounds of water testing last week, Concerned Citizens of Montauk is again urging people to avoid contact with the water in Fort Pond, where a blue-green algae bloom persists.
“Gone,” a film that accompanied a 10,000-word expose last year in The Suffolk Times about the 1966 disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz, a Cutchogue woman who grew up on her family’s farm in Sagaponack, will be shown at the Hampton...
Montauk Youth’s annual field day will be held on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at Third House. The free event includes a bounce house, a tug of war, face painting, relay races, and live music by the 3B’s. Hot dogs, soup, chili, and snacks...
Ruth Nasca, a painter whose work was exhibited in at least 50 solo shows, died on Oct. 4 at Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson. She was 89 and had been ill for five months after having a stroke. She had lived in the same East Hampton house since 1988.