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Innovators and Luminaries to Speak at Watermill

The Watermill Center’s Viewpoints lecture series, which draws speakers from diverse disciplines to discuss ideas and issues important to contemporary discourse, will launch next Thursday with Penny Arcade.

Jul 25, 2019
Guild Hall Turns Up the Heat

Dining, creativity, surfing, and roots music are on Guild Hall’s cultural menu this week, starting Sunday morning, when “Stirring the Pot,” a series of culinary-centric conversations, will feature Tim and Nina Zagat, who founded the Zagat Survey 40 years ago. Initially a collection of reviews of New York City restaurants by diners, the survey at its height included 70 cities. In 2011, Google acquired it for $125 million.

Jul 25, 2019
The Art Scene: 07.25.19

Studio tours, Ann Temkin talk, Claude Lawrence at Keyes, new group at Grain Surfboards, and more

Jul 25, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 07.25.19

New environmental film festival in Montauk, Laurie Anderson at Ross School, a drama set at Camp Hero, and more

Jul 25, 2019
The Art Scene: 07.18.19

New shows at Rental, Firestone, Lehr, Ille, White Room, and elsewhere.

Jul 18, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 07.18.19

Donna Karan and Julian Schnabel to be honored at LongHouse, an outdoor “Bowie Show” in Southampton, and the Great American (Folk) Songbook in Bridgehampton.

Jul 18, 2019
Dylan and Jost Will C.U. Out East

Jakob Dylan is capping off a busy year with a visit to the South Fork. His film “Echo in the Canyon,” about the Laurel Canyon music scene in Los Angeles during the 1960s, was released in late May, and he is on tour with his band the Wallflowers this summer.

Jul 18, 2019
Selling Britishness to Americans: A Real Duke at Guild Hall

Entre nous, times seem a bit tight at Chatsworth House in England, the Duke of Devonshire’s baroque jewel in the Derbyshire countryside, about 160 miles north of London. Peregrine (Stoker) Cavendish, the 12th duke in the Devonshire dynasty, which began in 1640, was onstage recently to tell a packed John Drew Theater all about noble poverty and his leaky ancestral home.

Jul 18, 2019
‘Winds of Change’ Blow Through Festival

The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival’s theme this summer is “Winds of Change,” which has a triple meaning: music for woodwind instruments, music by women composers, and, more broadly, musical and societal changes.

Jul 18, 2019
Into Colonialism’s Dark Heart

What to make of “Cold Case Hammarskjold,” Mads Brugger’s idiosyncratic odyssey into the vile heart of African colonialism and the conspiracy theories surrounding it to this day?

Jul 18, 2019