For the third consecutive Labor Day weekend, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present an evening of bluegrass and barbecue with the Ebony Hillbillies, tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. on its covered terrace.
The Watermill Center has announced its roster of artists in residence for September through January. Each artist will spend two to six weeks at the center to create collaborative works that investigate and challenge the norms of performance.
The Neo-Political Cowgirls’ “Eve,” a dance-theater performance during which the audience wanders at will through an 11-room set, will have its premiere from Sunday through Oct. 1 at The Gym at Judson, at 243 Thompson Street in Manhattan.
A half-century ago, I took part in what could only be called a great experiment. Would deafening decibels of 55,000 screaming teenagers result in loss of hearing? Would Brownie camera flashbulbs simultaneously popping off cause little black dots to impair my vision by being forever affixed before my eyes?
The Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons will present “Music Talks,” a concert and discussion by Elad Kabilio, an Israeli cellist, on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the social hall of Queen of Most Holy Rosary Church in Bridgehampton.
Geography matters. An author chooses to weave a tale of mayhem, suspense, and fear. What better setting than a remote hamlet, surrounded mostly by water, where there is a lot of open land and where it grows very dark at night?
It’s been quite the year for Shawn Christman and Courtney Fruin Christman. Not only did they open the Sea Bean, a gourmet food truck that does catering and sells from Montauk’s Lions Field and other prime spots, but they got married on June 6 and are expecting the birth of their first child in a few weeks.
A soon-to-be Yale senior, Karen Polle of New York City, outdueled a former mentor, Todd Minikus, and two others, Canada’s Chris Sorensen and Meagan Nusz of Texas, in the Hampton Classic Grand Prix’s jump-off Sunday to win the $250,000 class, which was presented by Longines.