Valerie diLorenzo, a singer and actor who has performed frequently in New York City, on the East End, and throughout the United States, will host the East End Singers Showcase at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Blumenfeld + Fleming, a Montauk marketing and design firm, racked up 14 awards in the 2017 Hermes Creative Awards Competition.
“Giovanni the Fearless,” a new commedia dell’arte folk opera about actors, young lovers, and ghosts, with music by Mira J. Spektor and book and lyrics by Carolyn Balducci, will have its premiere at the Theater for the New City in Manhattan with an eight-performance run beginning tomorrow at 8 p.m.

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Marion Grodin, a frequent headliner at New York City’s top comedy clubs, will host a new All Star Comedy Show at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow at 8 p.m.

Ryan White captures the carefree nature of 1970s Key West, where Jimmy Buffett launched his career, through rhapsodic passages and interviews detailing bottle-born mischief.
The Rising Stars Piano Series at the Southampton Cultural Center, which features performances by participants and alumni of Pianofest of the Hamptons, will present a concert by the piano duo Arianna Korting and Robin Giesbrecht on Saturday evening at 7.
The Salon Series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will continue tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a performance by Tanya Bannister.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons has named a new administrative director, Elizabeth Zung, who has extensive experience recruiting and managing volunteer groups for fund-raising events for nonprofit organizations. She succeeds David Brandenburg, who has held the position for four years.
Three gardens on the South Fork will participate in National Public Gardens Day tomorrow. The day starts at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton with a tour led by Rick Bogusch at 10:30 a.m. The next stop is the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack at 1 p.m. LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton is the last stop, where Alex Felleppa, the garden’s...
Tyler Armstrong, an East Hampton Town trustee who recently received the Democratic Committee's nod to run for a second term, announced on Monday that he will not seek re-election in November.
An East Hampton Village’s resident, Nancy E. O’Brien, died on April 24. She was 91, and had been ill with Alzheimer’s disease for a long time.
It was standing room only on Tuesday at the East Hampton School District’s budget hearing. The public is scheduled to vote on the budget on May 16.