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Piecing Together the Maiden’s Voyage

The question that came to mind over and over again while watching “Maiden,” the first SummerDocs offering of the 2019 season, was “Can this really be 1989?” 

Jun 20, 2019
A Wainwright and Harding Show

 “G.E. Smith’s Portraits,” now in its fourth iteration, was conceived in 2015 and produced by Taylor Barton as a series of intimate evenings featuring actors, painters, and fellow musicians. Its first concert of the year will feature Loudon Wainwright III and John Wesley Harding at Guild Hall.

Jun 20, 2019
Opinion: ARC of Triumph

The latest gallery arrival on Amagansett's Main Street is ARC Fine Art, an import from Connecticut with ties to the region. Adrienne Ruger Conzelman, its proprietor, has been coming to East Hampton for many years and showing art informally on the East End in pop-up spaces. She has decided to formalize that relationship.

Jun 20, 2019
Peeking Through the Privets

There is a sense of tangible danger in recent years on the South Fork. This peril does not derive from a murder or a slew of rip currents, although those are sobering in their own right. This precariousness stems from a material loss that carries a metaphysical threat, a loss of identity.

Jun 20, 2019
Court Drawings’ Lasting Life

“One Night in Central Park,” a two-hour examination of the Central Park jogger, made extensive use of courtroom drawings by Marilyn Church, now they are in an opera about the case playing in Southern California.

Jun 20, 2019
‘Safe Space’: Turmoil on Campus

“Safe Space,” a new play by Alan Fox having its world premiere at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor next week, explores the detonation of issues related to identity politics, racism, and political correctness on the campus of an elite American university.

Jun 20, 2019
The Art Scene: 06.20.19

New installations of Lawrence Weiner and Stephen Talasnik at LongHouse and new shows at Ille, Rental, White Room, Ashawagh, Estia, Keyes, and Markel.

Jun 20, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 06.20.19

Django Festival Allstars at Guild Hall, here comes Pianofest, "Mailing Whaling" opens at Whaling Museum, and more.

Jun 20, 2019
Jazz for Jennings Ahead

This year’s Jazz for Jennings benefit for the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center will take place on June 23 from 12:30 to 4 p.m. at the Watermill Center. The jazz brunch and concert will feature Evan Sherman as bandleader. 

The event follows the tradition established by the late Peter Jennings and his wife, Kayce Freed Jennings, who hosted Jazz @ Jennings at their house in Bridgehampton for eight years. The center has served the children of the Bridgehampton community with educational and enrichment programs since the 1950s. Tickets start at $500.

Jun 13, 2019
Kronos Quartet Onstage and on Film

Sam Green’s most recent project, “A Thousand Thoughts,” a collaboration with the Kronos Quartet at Guild Hall on June 21, blends live music and narration with archival footage and interviews such prominent artists as Philip Glass.

Jun 13, 2019