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Randy Brecker and Ada Rovatti will perform at the Made in New Yokr Jazz Competition on Saturday in New York City.

An offshoot of Barney (Grove Press) Rosset’s interest in film was The Evergreen Review, devoted to articles that dealt with the theory and practice of cinema between 1958 and 1973.
“THINK — Show and Tell Art Exhibition” at Ashawagh; Torreano and Bonevardi at Drawing Room, and more.
The Southampton Cultural Center’s 2018 Spring Performing Arts Festival will feature a Chinese face changer as one of its major attractions.
The Bridgehampton Museum’s archives building will be the site of a live-music series called “Summer Songs: The Great American Songbook . . . and Other Stories,” featuring Caroline Doctorow and her band, the Ballad Makers.
Paul Moschetta has issued a casting call for a screenplay reading of “Do No Harm,” to be presented at the East Hampton Library on Aug. 5.
Mixing fashion and art can make for a frothy mélange, but Ms. Watson takes it a step or two further, deconstructing her found pieces so much that they become something else entirely.
Inna Falks will intersperse her concert at the Parrish Art Museum with tales of her life as a child in Odessa.
In Process at the Watermill Center will provide an opportunity on Saturday to see what the three current resident artists, ANTIMETODO, Jarrod Beck, and Bastienne Schmidt, are up to.
South Fork birders looking for a last-minute adventure close to home -- and a rare chance to spend the night at the Mashomack Preserve's historic Bass Creek Cottage manor house -- might still find a few spots available for the preserve's overnight...
It’s ramp season. Huzzah! But don’t blink, because before you know it, this wild, elusive allium will be gone.
In the absence of budget controversies and with a state cap on tax increases, the lead-up to this year’s school district voting, on Tuesday, has been uncommonly quiet. That is not to say that the balloting is insignificant; spending plans await...
A little more than two weeks from today, it will once again be Memorial Day. The East End will get an early look at the coming summer, eager crowds, lines, headaches, but also a sense that we are all in it together, lifelong local and visitor alike.