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Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, Susan Lucci, And Ralph Macchio Taking Part In Memorable Montage Of Celeb Memoirs At Guild Hall

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, Tony Danza, Susan Lucci, Ralph Macchio, Jerry O'Connell, Eugene Pack, and Dayle Reyfel are coming together to spill Hollywood secrets during Guild Hall's "Celebrity Autobiography."

Calvin Klein And Ross Bleckner To Discuss Relationship Between Art And Design

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - The Parrish Art Museum is launching By Design: Innovators in Art and Fashion in Conversation, its first annual seminar on the relationship between design and visual arts.

People Say NY Hosting Hamptons Open Mic And Art Show

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - People Say NY is welcoming East End artists to participate in their upcoming Open Mic and Art Show this weekend.

Tony Danza, Gina Gershon, And Tate Donovan To Star In Eugene Pack's "Night With Oscar"

by Elsie Boskamp
Performing Arts - Guild Hall is presenting a staged reading of Eugene Pack's new comedy, "Night With Oscar."

Short Surf Films From East End Filmmakers Showcased At "Atlantic Vibrations: Surf Movie Night, Vol. 2"

by Lindsay Andarakis
On The Screen - The concept of a short surf film festival by regional filmmakers was developed last year after a discussion with Mike Solomon, an artist and surfer, about the connections between artists and surfing," said Parrish Art Musuem Curator of Special Projects, Andrea Grover.

The Dory Presents First Annual Shelter Island Jazzfest

by Lindsay Andarakis
Live Music View - The festival boasts a fantastically talented line up filled with well-known jazz legends juxtaposed with young, up and coming artists.

The Southampton Cultural Center Presents "Songs & Stories" Series

by Elsie Boskamp
Live Music View - The Southampton Cultural Center will launch the Hamptons first cross-genre performance series, "Songs & Stories," which will appear in multiple Southampton galleries.

Hamptons Closing Reception To Benefit Wounded Warrior Project And The Soldier Ride

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - East Hampton artists intend to celebrate the end of summer by raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project and the Soldier Ride.

Maritime Film Festival Screening At The Parrish Art Museum

by Lindsay Andarakis
On The Screen - The Parrish Art Museum is hosting a summer screening of the Annual Maritime Film Festival, which was founded by Timothy Regan and street artist Andrew "PORK" Poneros.

Juried Fine Art Show On The Montauk Green Celebrates 20th Anniversary

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - The Montauk Artists' Association is hosting the 20th Annual Juried Fine Art Show on the Montauk Green this weekend.

Hamptons International Film Festival And Southampton Arts Center Hosting Inaugural Summer Family Film Festival

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - The Hamptons International film Festival, in partnership with the Southampton Arts Center, will host the first Summer Family Film Festival in the Hamptons.

Hamptons Exhibition Recounts Long Island's Role In WWII

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - The East Hampton Historical Society's newest exhibit, "June 13, 1942: Saboteurs Land in Amagansett," recounts four German spies on a mission of destruction, and the young coast guardsman who encountered them.

Water Mill Museum's 28th Annual Quilt Show And Sale Benefits Restoration Of The 1644 Gristmill

by Lindsay Andarakis
Museum News - The Water Mill Museum is holding their Annual Quilt Show featuring quilts of all sizes, shapes, colors and styles.

INTERVIEW: Getting To Know Bob Marley, The Famed Comedian And A Look Into His Bay Street Performance

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - "The worst part about doing TV and late night shows is your relatives. They're always on you. 'Bob, when are you going to do Jimmy Fallon?' Then, I do it. 'Bob, when will you do HBO?' I keep asking them questions like, 'I've done TV, what the hell have you guys done?"

"Enlisted" Star Keith David Headlining Lemon Andersen's "ToasT" At Guild Hall

by Elsie Boskamp
Performing Arts - Tony Award-winner Lemon Andersen will debut his new play, "ToasT," in East Hampton during a one-night-only staged reading at Guild Hall.

Hillary Clinton Coming To The Hamptons To Promote "Hard Choices"

by Elsie Boskamp
The Bookshelf - BookHampton is hosting a book signing with former United States Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

"Stand By Me," "The Sandlot," "Hairspray," And "Forrest Gump" Screening As Part Of Project MOST Summer Outdoor Movie Series

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Project MOST is hosting a series of Tuesday evening outdoor movies in August at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett.

HITFest Putting On Hamptons Performance Of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "I have a passionate interest in these young artists, and want to nurture a thriving arts community," said John Landes, chairman of the Board of WPPB 88.3 FM Southampton and co-producer of the upcoming production of Hamptons Independent Theatre Festival's (HITFest) performance of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest."

The Mystical Journey Of "Aladdin" Coming To WHBPAC

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - Don't miss your chance to see 60 local campers, aged six to sixteen perform on stage in the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Arts Education Program's original adaptation of Aladdin.

Hampton Ballet Theatre School Presents "Peter And The Wolf"

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - The Hampton Ballet Theatre School is commemorating seven years of dance in the Hamptons with two performances of "Peter and the Wolf."

Blackout At Bay Street: New Late Night Program Features Immersive Cabaret

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - This season, Bay Street Theater has added a new program, "Blackout at Bay Street," a late night, immersive cabaret.

Parrish Art Museum Presents Long Island Premier Of Robert De Niro, Sr. Documentary

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - The Parrish Art Museum is hosting the East Coast debut of the "Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr."

Actress Candice Bergen Reading At BookHampton In East Hampton

by Elsie Boskamp
The Bookshelf - Candice Bergen, Emmy-Award winning and internationally successful actress, will be BookHampton's guest author this weekend.

Giada De Laurentiis, Jennifer Esposito, Aerin Lauder, And Kim Stolz Taking Part In East Hampton Library's 10th Annual Authors Night

by Elsie Boskamp
The Bookshelf - Bookworms of all types have been eagerly awaiting this hit Hamptons event where 100 authors from all genres will meet and mingle with their readers.

"The Lego Movie," "The Wizard Of Oz," "Frozen," And Other Favorites Featured During Drive-In Movie Night At Cooper's Beach

by Lindsay Andarakis
On The Screen - The Southampton Chamber of Commerce is holding the 5th Annual drive-in movie night series at Cooper's Beach in Southampton featuring movies for all ages.

Judith Leiber's Collection Honored

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - The Leiber Collection, helmed by fashion icon Judith Leiber in Springs, East Hampton was honored by both the Town of East Hampton and the State of New York.

Alec Baldwin Hosts Hamptons Film Festival's Summer Doc Series Final Films At Guild Hall

by Jack Sullivan
On The Screen - "From Kennedy's moving chronicle of a pivotal moment in our country's foreign policy to Jesse's examination of some unexpected results of the new economy, both filmmakers are in top form," noted Alec Baldwin about the final two films featured in the Hamptons Film Festival's Summer Doc Series.

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center's August World Cinema Series

by Jen Haynie
On The Screen - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center continues its "Finest in World Cinema" Series through August hosted by Andrew Botsford.

The Zombies: Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent To Perform In The Hamptons At WHBPAC

by Lindsay Andarakis
Live Music View - Psychedelic pop-rock hallmarks The Zombies with Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent will perform at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday, August 16th.

Dodds & Eder Latest Art Exhibition Inspired By Jimi Hendrix

by Elsie Boskamp
Art News - The Dodds & Eder Home Gallery & Outdoor Sculpture Garden is presenting their 5th art exhibition of the season, "Excuse Me While I Kiss the Sky," which was inspired by Jimi Hendrix's best-known song "Purple Haze."

Clowning Around In The Hamptons: Zoppé Italian Family Circus Coming To WHBPAC

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - Get out of the hot Hamptons sun and enjoy one of the most charismatic show on Earth, as the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents the annual, Zoppé Italian Family Circus.

East End Artists Featured In 47th Annual Springs Invitational Art Exhibit

by Jen Haynie
In the Galleries - The show will feature works from over 125 East End artists, some renowned and some emerging, all selected by artist/educator Sue Ferguson Gussow.

Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: "Flashbacks," A Reminiscent, Vaudeville Variety Show For The Whole Family

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - Our Fabulous Variety Show (OFVS) is presenting a new show, "Flashbacks," to benefit the newly established OFVS Performing Arts Scholarship Fund.

New York International Children's Film Festival Comes To The Parrish Art Museum

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - Over 30 films for children will be screened in the Parrish Art Museum's Lichtenstein Theater as part of the Museum's collaboration with the New York International Children's Film Festival.

Parrish Art Museum Hosting Book Signing For Artist April Gornik's New Book

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - In honor of her new publication, "April Gornik: Drawings," artist April Gornik will be at the Parrish Art Museum for an outdoor reception and book signing on the Mildred C. Brinn Terrace.

Ingrid Michaelson Headlining Hamptons VH1 Save The Music Honors Benefit

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - VH1 and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation along with the event chairs, Julie and William Macklowe, are bringing the awesome music festival vibe to the Hamptons in order to raise money for music education programs in public schools.

INTERVIEW: Director Alan Hicks Discusses His First Film, "Keep On Keepin' On"

by Jen Haynie
Hamptons International Film Festival - "I wanted to make a film that would hopefully inspire people to look at their own lives and what they have to offer that they can pass down to anybody," noted Director Al Hicks, who's making his Hamptons International Film Festival debut with "Keep on Keepin' On."

Hamptons "Mash-Up Society" Raises Money For "Sip to the Soldiers" Campaign

by Jen Haynie
Art News - Art enthusiasts joined mixed media artist Ben Moon and renowned artist William Quigley for "Mash-Up Society." Moon and Quigley, known as "The Pleasurists," started the "Sip to the Soldiers" campaign as a way to raise awareness and money for the Soldier Ride, a Wounded Warriors event in Amagansett on Saturday July 19, 2014.

Parrish Art Museum Adds New Features To Second Edition Of Gesture Jam

by Lindsay Andarakis
Museum News - The Parrish Art Museum will hold the second edition of Gesture Jam, an innovative adult figure drawing class this weekend.

Art Southampton Returns To The Hamptons

by Edward Callaghan
Art News - Veteran art fair director and Roslyn native Nick Korniloff's long held dream to bring a world class art fair to the world class resort community of the Hamptons has become a reality.

Arts Against Addiction Hamptons Fundraiser To Benefit Online Counseling Measures

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - East End artists, musicians, and writers are coming together for Arts Against Addiction, a benefit supporting QTherapy Institute, an online counseling center dedicated to providing treatment to suffering individuals who otherwise couldn't afford it.

Bay Street's "Travesties" Spins Fantasy And Reality Into A Comedic Memory Lane

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - Bay Street's production of "Travesties" is well directed and well executed for a play that is so fast paced and farcical.

"The Pleasurists" Collaborating For Hamptons "Mash-Up Society" Benifiting Soldier Ride

by Jack Sullivan
In the Galleries - "The Pleasurists," William Quigley and Ben Moon, are joining forces for their second annual "Sip for the Soldiers."

INTERVIEW: Matthew Sweet On His Kickstarter Project, New Album And Future Plans

by Lindsay Andarakis
Live Music View - "It's a little more like you took driftwood, and made an album out of it, if that makes any sense," said Matthew Sweet, who is performing this Saturday at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC), about his album, "Modern Art," that was finished in 2011.

INTERVIEW: Rick Friedman Dishes On ArtHamptons 2014

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - "Seven years ago we staged our first show and it actually turned out well and we've been growing it ever since," ArtHamptons Founder and President Rick Friedman said.

INTERVIEW: Monumenta 2014 Artists Ilya And Emilia Kabakov

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - A decade ago ArtNews Magazine described Ilya Kabakov as one of the world's 10 greatest living artists. In collaboration with his wife, fellow artist Emilia Kabakov, their installation "The Strange City" was selected as the Monumenta 2014 exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris this past May.

Art Market Hamptons Is Back In Bridgehampton For Their Fourth Season

by Jen Haynie
Art News - Returning for its fourth season, Art Market Hamptons will feature modern and contemporary art from 40 exhibitors.

ArtHamptons: Over 80 Global Galleries Heading To The Hamptons

by Elsie Boskamp
Art News - "We are delighted to give visitors the opportunity to see so many important works from some of the most important artists, masters and emerging, from around the world," ArtHamptons Founder and President Rick Friedman said.

Parrish Art Museum Honoring Inga Maren Otto And Katharina Otto-Bernstein At Annual Midsummer Party

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - The Parrish Art Museum will hold their annual Midsummer Party, hosted by museum director, Terrie Sultan.

Water Mill Museum Presents Hands-On-Milling

by Jen Haynie
Museum News - Kids will discover the workings of the mill, help sift the ground corn, get their own 'grain bag', and learn about local colonial history.

Southampton Artists Association Brings Art In The Park To The Hamptons

by Elsie Boskamp
Art News - Over 40 Long Island exhibitors will showcase their paintings, sculptures, photography and mixed media works in the Southampton Artists Association annual Art in the Park show.

Student String Players Conducted By Maestro Itzhak Perlman

by Jen Haynie
Performing Arts - East End Arts is assembling a group of Long Island string students ages 8 through 18 studying orchestral string instruments (violin, viola, cello, double bass) again this summer to participate in an open rehearsal under the baton of world-famous, internationally acclaimed violin virtuoso and conductor Itzhak Perlman.

The Art Of Jewelry At Guild Hall

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - The museum at Guild Hall will hold an opening reception on June 28 for the launch of a limited edition art jewelry line from K Ritt Jewelry and artist Arlene Slavin.

ART @ Southampton Arts Center Hosts Two Exhibitions

by Lindsay Andarakis
In the Galleries - Southampton Arts Center will host two visual art exhibitions, "The Irrational Portrait Gallery: A Collaborative Portrait Project by Rick Wenner and FRESH," and "Off The Block: NYFA Fellows" at Southampton Arts Center. Both exhibitions will be open from Thursday, June 26, 2014, through Sunday, July 20, from 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, and 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.

William Glackens Hamptons Exhibition At The Parrish Art Museum Is The First In Half A Century

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - The Parrish Art Museum will present William Glackens, the first comprehensive collection of the Glackens' work since 1966.

Bay Street Theater's New Artistic Director Scott Schwartz & Executive Director Tracy Mitchell Scope Out New Vision

by Lindsay Andarakis
On The Screen - The Bay Street Theater has officially changed its name to the Bay Street Theater and Sag Harbor Center for the Arts, which will come into effect immediately, because the Executive Director, Tracy Mitchell, and the Artistic Director, Scott Schwartz, wanted the name to more accurately reflect what they do at Bay Street.

All-Male A Cappella Group Comes To The Hamptons

by Elsie Boskamp
Live Music View - The Pitchforks of Duke University, an all-male a cappella group, are performing in Westhampton Beach this weekend.

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Welcoming Comedian Jim Breuer

by Elsie Boskamp
Performing Arts - Long Island native, comedian Jim Breuer, famous for his staring role in the movie "Half Baked" and his 4-year run on "Saturday Night Live," will appear at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

LongHouse Reserve In East Hampton Holds 2014 Student Annual VII Awards Ceremony

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - The LongHouse Reserve held their Annual Student VII Awards Ceremony honoring elementary through high school art students.

Alec Baldwin To Present The 6th Annual Hamptons International Film Festival SummerDocs Series

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - The Hamptons International Film Festival's sixth annual SummerDocs series will once again be presented by Alec Baldwin. The series will feature "Life Itself" directed by Steve James and with "Keep On Keepin'" directed by Al Hicks.

"Under The Influence" Opens At Sag Harbor Whaling Museum

by Lindsay Andarakis
Museum News - The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum is debuting its newest exhibition, "Under the Influence," which explores the relationship between nine contemporary artists and the artists who have inspired them.

Historic Sayre Barn In Southampton Reopens After Renovations

by Jen Haynie
In the Galleries - To celebrate the momentous occasion, Southampton Historical Society hosted a grand opening, which showcased photographs taken by Ulf Skogsbergh of the Sayre Barn taken before it was dismantled.

Montauk Kicks Off Hamptons Summer Music Scene With Annual Free Series

by Elsie Boskamp
Live Music View - The Montauk Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a variety of free concerts in the upcoming months on the Village Green and at Gosman's Dockside Stage in the Harbor.

East Hampton Library Holding Grand Opening Celebration For New Children's Addition

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - The East Hampton Library is inviting the Hamptons community to join them for the Grand Opening Celebration of their new children's addition.

The Choral Society Of The Hamptons Honors Leonard Bernstein

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - The Choral Society of the Hamptons will celebrate Leonard Bernstein's extraordinary music through the presentation of three events.

Christopher Engel's New Selection At Romany Kramoris Gallery Inspired By Scenic Sag Harbor Views

by Jack Sullivan
In the Galleries - Engel's abstract work is inspired by the interaction between light and water he witnessed during his summers spent off the coast of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. During this time, he recorded his observations of the interplay.

Dodds & Eder Hosting Hamptons Home Outdoor Sculpture Garden Opening

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - Dodds and Eder Home is hosting a garden party in the outdoor sculpture garden, presenting ten sculptures and celebrating the artistic talents and creative expressions of seven artists.

12th Annual Teeny Awards: Congrats To The Winners!

by Elsie Boskamp
Performing Arts - The 12th Annual Teeny Awards winners were recently announced at the Awards Ceremony held at Longwood High School.

19th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival: Indie Premieres From U.S. And 15 Countries

by Lindsay Andarakis
On The Screen - The trendy summer festival will include three world premieres, and four U.S. Premieres, among the seventeen features and twenty shorts. They will also host question and answers with filmmakers, as well as receptions for the opening and closing nights.

INTERVIEW: Vanessa Carlton On Her New Album, Moving To Nashville, And What The Future Holds

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "This album ["Liberman"] was really about a place like kind of a dreamland that you go when you put your headphones on - like that's what I wanted it to be," Vanessa Carlton told Hamptons.com.

INTERVIEW: VH1 You Oughta Know Artist Delta Rae Bringing Audiences On An Emotional Roller Coaster

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "I think they can expect to be moved, and expect to shake their butt a little bit," Liz Hopkins of the band Delta Rae told Hamptons.com about their upcoming performance at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

KIDS@ Southampton Arts Center Programming Offers Activities For All Ages

by Lindsay Andarakis
Art News - The Southampton Arts Center's summer schedule of children's programming will be filled with free, family-friendly events including concerts, films, puppet shows and much more.

Alan Alda Congratulates Stony Brook University's Flame Challenge Winners

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - Alan Alda recently announced the winners of Stony Brook University's Flame Challenge, a contest where scientists were asked to explain "What is color?" in a way that interests 11-year-olds.

Water Mill's Parrish Art Museum Calls For Surf Films From Local Filmmakers

by Elsie Boskamp
On The Screen - The Parrish Art Museum is inviting emerging and established local filmmakers to submit short, ten-minute surf films, which will considered for Atlantic Vibrations, Vol. 2, an outdoor screaming of noncommercial surf films.

Nawa Axis For Peace Project Comes To LongHouse Reserve

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - The LongHouse Reserve opened a new exhibit in its sculpture garden called Nawa Axis for Peace, a rope sculpture by Japanese environmental artist Mariyo Yagi that was collaboratively created and installed by over 100 people.

Southampton Town's 12th Annual Battle Of The Bands Competition

by Lindsay Andarakis
Live Music View - Southampton Town is holding their 12th Annual Battle of the Bands competition at Ponquogue Beach in Hampton Bays.

Water Mill Museum's Art Sale Was A Record Success

by Jack Sullivan
In the Galleries - Over eighty artists from Manhattan to Montauk submitted their work to the museum for display. This year, 118 pieces were submitted, which is thirteen more than the Museum has ever had.

INTERVIEW KC And The Sunshine Band: Bringing Their Boogie Shoes To The Hamptons

by Nicole B. Brewer
Live Music View - KC And The Sunshine will be bringing their boogie shoes to the Ross School of East Hampton's Club Starlight Ball this Saturday for a one-night-only show in the Hamptons that will no doubt blow the doors off the room.

"Conviction" At Bay Street Takes Audiences For An Emotional Ride

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - "Conviction" tells the story of the perfect American family affected by one enormous accusation, and how that allegation infects a once unbreakable group of good people.

Jazz Duo, Tuck And Patti To Perform At Riverhead's Suffolk Theater

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - The top-ten-charted, skillful modern jazz duo, Tuck and Patti are performing at the historic Suffolk Theater in Riverhead.

Studio 3 Debuting Latest Production "The Art of Dance" At Southampton High School

by Elsie Boskamp
Performing Arts - Studio 3, a professional Hamptons dance studio for children and adults, is presenting their latest production, "The Art of Dance."

Sing East End 2014 - Benefit For East End Hospice's "Good Grief" Program

by Jen Haynie
Live Music View - East End Hospice's karaoke benefit event is back at the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall. Local singers of all ages are welcome, and guests will enjoy dinner served by some of Riverhead's finest restaurants, great auction prizes, plus lots of giveaways.

Bay Street Theatre's Summer Comedy Lineup Includes Steve Rannazzissi, Heather McDonald, And Robert Klein

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre will be the comedy hotspot in the Hamptons this summer.

Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents: The RAFFA Show At 230 Elm

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - Our Fabulous Variety Show is showcasing local performers yet again during The RAFFA Show at 230 Elm in Southampton.

The Southampton Artists Association Host Members' Memorial Day Weekend Show

by Elsie Boskamp
In the Galleries - The Southampton Artists Association celebrated 25 years of artistic talent during the opening reception of their 2014 Memorial Day Weekend Members' Show.

Sneak Peek Behind The Hamptons Hedges: Parrish Art Museum's Landscape Pleaures Garden Tour

by Nicole B. Brewer
Museum News - In just one week the Parrish Art Museum will host its annual Landscape Pleasures garden tour. Hamptons.com had the chance to get a private sneak peek behind the Hamptons hedges of one spectacular property in Southampton Village.

Natalie Merchant, Vanessa Carlton, Delta Rae, Lucinda Williams, And Cécile McLorin Salvant Rocking Out In The Hamptons

by Lindsay Andarakis
Performing Arts - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center is presenting its most impressive line-up of women rockers yet including, Delta Rae, Vanessa Carlton, Lucinda Williams, Natalie Merchant and Cécile McLorin Salvant.

Parrish Art Museum's Summer Concert Series To Begin In Full Swing

by Jack Sullivan
Live Music View - With two great series this year, the Parrish Art Museum is sure to be a frequent destination for our summer residents.

Toni Ross, Jean Pagliuso Debut At East Hampton's The Drawing Room

by Jack Sullivan
In the Galleries - The Drawing Room will be debuting a long-awaited collaboration this Friday lasting for a month. The installation showcases Toni Ross' hand-built stoneware sculpture juxtapose silver gelatin photographs by Jean Pagliuso.

Hamptons' Parrish Art Museum Curator Making Radical Impact

by Jack Sullivan
Museum News - Andrea Grover, the Parrish Art Museum Curator of Special Project, was recently awarded a 2014 Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award to realize the upcoming 2016 exhibition, Radical Seafaring.

Comedy Central Sensation Coming To Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - Gabriel Iglesias, who is not fat but "Fluffy!," is making his way to WHBPAC this month for what is sure to be a hysterical night.

Water Mill Museum Highlights Previous Exhibits And Hamptons' Post Office History

by Lindsay Andarakis
Museum News - The Water Mill Museum is debuting two new exhibits as well as their annual Members' Art Show and Sale during its seasonal opening.

Gordon Stevenson Debuts First Solo Exhibit At Southampton's Tripoli Gallery

by Jack Sullivan
In the Galleries - Gordon Stevenson's first solo show this month at Tripoli Gallery in Southampton will mark a change of artistic vision.

Stages' "Once Upon A Mattress" Comes To Bay Street

by Jack Sullivan
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre is set to come alive this weekend as Stages, A Children's Theatre Workshop, Inc. debuts the fairy tale musical "Once Upon A Mattress."

Hayground School Holding Inaugural Hamptons Student Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "The Hayground School Student Film Festival is very much a product of the Hayground model of education evolving organically from student inquiries to developing programs to address them," said Hayground teacher, Liz Bertsch.

Annual Riverhead Festival In Need Of Local Artists

by Lindsay Andarakis
Main Articles - East End Arts Council is holding an open call for artist participation in the 18th Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival.

Montauk's May Music Festival Sure To Be Another Success

by Lindsay Andarakis
Live Music View - "Five years ago, I started this event to showcase the East End's amazingly talented musicians along with talent from all over the country," says Ken Giustino, a Montauk native and founder of the Montauk Music Festival.

North Fork And Hamptons Galleries: Six New Exhibitions To Visit In May

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - With an abundance of new exhibits opening and the weather not quite warm enough for a day at the beach, May is a great month to explore new shows at North Fork and Hamptons galleries.

INTERVIEW: Preservation Hall Jazz Band Keeps It All In The Family

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz and every member of the band comes from a musical family," says Preservation Hall Jazz Band director Ben Jaffe. "Either their father, their grandfather, even their great grandfather were musicians in New Orleans."

INTERVIEW: Charles Ferri - Star Vodka Owner And One Of Esquire's "Lucky Bastards"

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
On The Screen - April marked the premiere of a new reality series airing on the Esquire Network called "Lucky Bastards." Hamptons.com chatted with castmember Charles Ferri, long time Hamptons resident and owner of Star Vodka, about balancing a reality show and a relationship and his new best friends.

From Toddlers To Teens, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Has Something For All

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Spring brings family focused performances to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) with classics tales, teen theater, and moving musicals.

Parrish Art Museum Holding Spring Vacation Art Workshops

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - Over Spring Vacation keep the creative juices flowing by signing your children up for Parrish Art Museum's Spring Vacation Art Workshops.

Budding Theater Stars Thrive During Hamptons Spring Vacation Camp

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - Children all about the theatrics can fine tune their acting abilities during Bay Street Theatre's Kids Spring Vacation Theater Camp.

Artist Eric Ginsburg's Pet Portrait Exhibition Benefits Animal Rescue Of The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Look into the eyes of dogs and cats, they love you no matter what," said artist Eric Ginsburg.

Parrish Art Museum Continues Hamptons Architectural Sessions

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - The Parrish Art Museum will present the third installment of Architectural Sessions, an ongoing series co-presented with AIA Peconic, which will be moderated by architect Maziar Behrooz AIA.

Montauk Chamber Of Commerce Holding Summer Concert Series Fundraiser At Zum Schneider

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - Concerts on the Village Green and Gosman's Dockside Stage are a summer staple in Montauk.

E! Announces Kardashian Hamptons Spinoff Featuring Kourtney Kardashian And Khloe Kardashian

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Hamptons residents brace yourself, the Kardashians are coming.

Hamptons Museum Searching For Local Artists To Join Members' Art Exhibition

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - Hamptons artists take note, the Water Mill Museum is currently accepting entries for their 22nd Annual Members' Art Exhibition.

Hamptons Not-For-Profit Hosting Classical Music Benefit Concert Featuring Student Performers

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - Katy's Courage will showcase a group of classically trained student musicians during their upcoming benefit at Bay Street Theatre.

Spring Brings Outsider Art Fair To New York

by Edward Callaghan
In the Galleries - This year for the first time in its history, the Outsider Art Fair will take place in the spring at Chelsea's Center 548, the former home of the Dia Art Foundation.

World Musician Oliver Mtukudzi Bringing Unique Blend Of Pan-African Influences And Cosmopolitan Pop To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "Music is a feeling," explained Oliver Mtukudzi, who along with The Black Spirits is performing at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. "If the music can touch your heart, you can always find out what the song is talking about."

Guild Hall Featuring Young Hamptons Artists In Upcoming Exhibit

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - The East Hampton Museum is highlighting young East End artists during their annual Student Art Festival.

Long Island Teenagers Raise Awareness For Teen Dating Violence With Short Film

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - At just under four minutes long, "The Signs" portrays a turbulent relationship between a young Long Island couple. The teen dating violence PSA was created by a group of teens.

All That Jazz In Riverhead!

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - On Saturday, March 1 Riverhead became jazz central with the 1st Anniversary Gala at the Suffolk Theater and another stellar performance that is the Winterfest "Live at the Indigo" series at Hotel Indigo East End.

Live Stream Alert For Extended L.I. Winterfest

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Live Music View - Long Island Winterfest has been extended with "Live on the Vine" performances March 21-23 at various vineyards around the East End.

Nominate A Local Teacher For The Grammy Foundation Music Educator Award

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - The Grammy Foundation and The Recording Academy have partnered to present the Music Educator Award, honoring noteworthy music teachers.

Parrish Art Museum Recognizes Seventeen Long Island Students

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - To mark the start of the 2014 Student Art Exhibition for High Schools at the Parrish Art Museum, an award ceremony was held to honor seventeen East End high school seniors.

Alec Baldwin Hosting Hamptons Screening Of "Vertigo" At Guild Hall

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Guild Hall and the Hamptons International Film Festival will present a screening of the Hitchcock masterpiece.

"Season Of Love" Exhibition Debuts At Sotheby's International Realty

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "As with fine wine or a delicious meal, I want my work to evoke emotion; to take you on a sentimental, intoxicating journey, as I was on creating each piece," stated artist Susan Levin.

Black History Month Double Celebration At Southampton Cultural Center

by Edward Callaghan
Art News - The multi-talented artist - painter, sculptor, actress, television producer, screenwriter, author and playwright Tina Andrews, currently Playwright in Residence at the Southampton Cultural Center, curated a marvelous exhibition to celebrate Black History Month.

East Comes West As Hamptons Artists Shine In Chelsea

by Edward Callaghan
In the Galleries - Curator Beth McNeill of the McNeill Art Group based in Southampton has long had her finger on the pulse of the East End art scene and has brought numerous Hamptons artists to the forefront of the contemporary scene internationally.

Parrish Art Museum Adds New Addition To Water Mill Location

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - The polar vortex didn't stop the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill from celebrating the arrival of its newest addition.

Hamptons.com Sponsored John Drew Theater Lab Debuts At Guild Hall

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - This winter, Guild Hall is introducing the John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab), a workshop focused on furthering East End performing artists.

Hamptons' Museums Showcasing Artwork From Students Across The East End

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - Both Guild Hall in East Hampton and the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill are showing off artwork from budding student artists from across Eastern Long Island.

"Broadway's Best Party" Will Rock Super Bowl XLVIII Metlife Stadium Tailgate Party

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - While Bruno Mars will take the stage during halftime at Metlife Stadium during Super Bowl XLVIII, the National Football League (NFL) has chosen the five-time Tony Award-nominated "Rock of Ages" to kickoff the festivities in New York City.

Project 3W57 Cavalier Gallery Hosts "Farberesque: Work" By Iconic Photographer Robert Farber

by Edward Callaghan
In the Galleries - Project 3W57 presented by Cavalier Gallery is pleased to announce "Farberesque: From Pensive to Provocative," a solo show by famed photographer Robert Farber covering over four decades of his extraordinary career.

Shakespeare's "Romeo And Juliet" Starring Orlando Bloom Screening In The Hamptons On Valentine's Day

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Spend Valentine's Day watching the timeless Shakespeare love story which stars Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad.

WHBPAC Students Set To Bring Rogers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" To Hamptons Stage

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Students of the WHBPAC's Nancy & Frederick DeMatteis Arts Education Program will show off their theatrical talent during a performance of the classic "Oklahoma!" at the Westhampton Beach Center.

Test Your Acting Chops By Auditioning For Hampton Theatre Company's "The Foreigner"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The Hampton Theatre Company is seeking actors for their upcoming performance of Larry Shue's "The Foreigner."

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Screening Winter Docs

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - This winter you can catch some of the best foreign, art house, documentary and independent films in the Hamptons.

Guild Hall Partnering With East Hampton Library For 10th Annual Free Winter Film Series

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Guild Hall is once again partnering with the East Hampton Library for the 10th Annual Free Winter Film Series.

Hampton Theatre Company Kicks Off New Year With "Heroes"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "Heroes," a comedic look at three lively World War I veterans who are confined to a retirement home, will kick off the New Year at Hampton Theatre Company.

Guild Hall Debuting "Table Talks" Featuring Hamptons Experts

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "I have always been impressed by the breadth and depth of talent and expertise we have within our community," noted Judith Bresler, Guild Hall's "Table Talk" curator.

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith Kicks Off Hamptons Fireside Sessions

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The first special guest at Bay Street Theatre's "Fireside Sessions with Nancy Atlas and a special guest" will be Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Beatlemania Coming To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Bay Street Theatre is celebrating the arrival of The Beatles in America 50 years ago with a special weekend, "It Was 50 Years Ago Today..." featuring rare film footage and tribute performances.

7th Annual Live On The Vine Winterfest Kicks Off At The Suffolk Theater

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - The 7th Annual Live on the Vine Winterfest presented by Suffolk County National Bank will debut at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead.

Parrish Art Museum Offering Opportunity To Bid On One-Of-A-Kind Experiences

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - This holiday season impress any art collector on your list with a one-of-a-kind present from the Parrish Art Museum.

Parrish Art Museum Has Art-Packed Event Schedule During Holidays

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - Spend a chilly winter afternoon exploring the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, which is filled with fun family friendly activities this holiday season.

Weiser Collection Of Antique Silver Bookmarks On Display At Southampton Historical Museum

by Edward Callaghan
Museum News - One of the world's largest collections of antique silver bookmarks from the collection of Myra Weiser was unveiled at the historic Pelletreau Silversmith Shop, one of the five historic properties of the Southampton Historical Museum & Research Center.

HT2FF Gala Pays Tribute To Sag Harbor's D.A. Pennebaker And Chris Hegedus

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - The sixth annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival promises "all docs, all day," and it certainly delivers.

Hamptons Director Lana Jokel Receiving 2013 HT2FF Filmmaker's Choice Award

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - The final day of the sixth annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival will screen seven films at Bay Street Theatre, starting with "Shut Up & Look" by director Maryte Kavaliauskas.

Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Debuts With Kevin Flint's "Hot Water"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "We have an outstanding Friday opening night film on baseball in India, by East Hampton director Mirra Bank," noted HT2FF founder and executive director Jacqui Lofaro.

Christie's Auctioning Holiday-Themed Andy Warhol Works

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - Just in time for season of giving, ninety-nine original holiday-themed works by Andy Warhol are currently being auctioned off by Christie's, for a limited time.

Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Showcasing 22 Documentaries

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "In this year's festival, we have a wide variety of illuminating documentaries—dealing with art, politics, biography, sports, humor, the environment and young voices—featuring a Q&A after every film," said HT2FF founder and executive director Jacqui Lofaro of Bridgehampton.

Studio 3 Brings Gatsby Themed The Nutcracker Adaption To The Hamptons

Performing Arts - "Our show sets us apart from other Nutcrackers, because we include all dancers, not just ballerinas," noted Meredith Shumway, Assistant Director of Studio 3, about the upcoming 'Mixed Nuts' performance.

Hark The Herald Angels Sing: Hamptons Holiday Concerts

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The Choral Society of the Hamptons, Chanticleer, the Sag Harbor Community Band, and the Long Island Sound Chorus of Sweet Adelines are among talented performers spreading Hamptons holiday cheer.

The Mythical Lane Of The Sweets Is Coming To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - An enchanting trip to the Land of the Sweets may sounds like it's in the realm of the impossible, but during the holidays it is much closer than you think.

Hamptons Performing Arts Center Spreading Holiday Joy

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - While temperatures in the Hamptons drop, the December performances at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will warm hearts with holiday spirit.

Walk Off Your Thanksgiving Food Coma During The Hamptons ArtWalk

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - After stuffing yourself during Thanksgiving dinner (it's inevitable), walk it off during the 2013 ArtWalk Hamptons, a free self-guided art tour of East End galleries.

November Novel Pick: Bob Drury And Tom Clavin's "The Heart Of Everything That Is"

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - Bob Drury and Tom Clavin explore the astounding story of the nineteenth century's most dynamic and victorious Indian warrior in their new novel, "The Heart of Everything That Is."

Two-Day "Four Points Of View" Hamptons Exhibit

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - Ashawagh Hall is hosting "Four Points of View," a two-day exhibit featuring the works of Jerry Schwabe, Kirsten Benfield, Pingree Louchheim, and Richard Udice.

Gotham Chamber Opera: Reality Fame Reinvented In NYC

by Lee Fryd
Performing Arts - Young, hip...opera? Neal Goren's been leading the way with Gotham Chamber Opera, staging intimate, avant garde productions in such off beat NYC venues.

Hamptons Art Show Provides Awareness For Domestic Violence Agency

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - The Retreat's has announced the top 25 artists' entries for their 5th Annual Hamptons Group Art Show at the Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor.

Hamptons Breakout Artist Series Features Saints Of Valory

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Named one of Billboard's top six unsigned bands nationwide in 2012, Saints of Valory are performing in the Hamptons as part of the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center and WEHM 96.9 & 92.9FM's "Breakout Artist Series."

Comedy Tour Stops In The Hamptons Over The Holiday Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The holidays can be stressful, so take advantage of an evening of impromptu hilarity when "The Upright Citizens Brigade Tour Company" stops at Bay Street Theatre.

Literature Live! Presents "The Diary Of Anne Frank" At Bay Street

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre's Literature Live! is bringing a performance of "The Diary of Anne Frank" live on stage.

Harvest Gospel Concert Series Holding Free East End Concerts

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The 27th Annual Harvest Gospel Concert Series will celebrate the joy of music from the soul with three upcoming performances.

Open Auditions For "Sex: What She's Really Thinking"

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Southampton Cultural Center is holding open auditions for the world premiere of Ilene Beckerman's "Sex: What She's Really Thinking."

Eric Fischl Featured At Hamptons Writers Speak

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - Stony Brook Southampton is hosting an evening with internationally acclaimed American painter and sculptor, Eric Fischl.

Hamptons Gallery Showcasing Influential Life Moments

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Environments 2013" featuring extraordinary images of powerful moments is debuting at Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor.

HBTS Bringing The Land Of Sweets To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Be entranced by a mythical land of sugar plums, snowflakes, angels, and flowers when the Hampton Ballet Theatre School, brings Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker to Guild Hall.

Long Island's Vine Winterfest Music Festival Preview Show

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - While you have to wait until February for the start of Vine Winterfest, you can catch a preview show at Hotel Indigo East End.

Hamptons Museum Finishes Season With Bowls Of Plenty Benefit

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - The Water Mill Museum ended its season with the Bowls Of Plenty benefit.

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival/NYC

On The Screen - On October 15th the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival/New York opens at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) on Broadway between 61st and 62nd.

"Downton Abbey" Inspired Hamptons Exhibit Debuting This Fall

by Michelle DiLungo
Museum News - A new exhibition, "Downton Abbey Style in Southampton: 1900 to 1920" will debut at the Southampton Historical Museum.

"Chas Addams: Family And Friends" At Southampton Center

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - The Southampton Center debuted its fall art exhibit during Southampton SeptemberFest.

Poet Grace Schulman Hamptons Reading

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - Acclaimed poet Grace Schulman will read from her new collection, "Without a Claim", at Canios Books in Sag Harbor.

"Running From Crazy:" Barbara Kopple Explores Mental Illness In The Hemingway Family

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - "What Mariel [Hemingway] wanted to do was to start digging below the surface of her own family history, and that's the way I also like to make films," said "Running From Crazy" Director Barbara Kopple when she spoke to Hamptons.com.

Hamptons International Film Festival Spotlight Films

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - Spotlight films at the Hamptons International Film Festival include "Breathe In," "Capital," "Free Ride," "Her," "Labor Day," "Louder Than Words," "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom," and "The Past."

Variety's Ten Actors To Watch Coming To Hamptons International Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - Hamptons International Film Festival has once again partnered with Variety to host a panel discussion with the Ten Actors to Watch.

Rising Stars Piano Series 10th Anniversary Continues With Anthony Molinaro

by Michelle DiLungo
Live Music View - The Rising Stars Piano Series 10th Anniversary Celebration continues with Anthony Molinaro at Levitas Center for the Arts.

Director Steven Bernstein To Receive HIFF Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - The Hamptons International Film Festival and The Sloan Foundation will award director Steven Bernstein with the $25,000 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize for his film "Decoding Annie Parker."

Hamptons International Film Festival: Full Schedule Announced, Get Your Tickets!

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - Opening night of the Hamptons International Film Festival will kick off with "Kill Your Darlings," starring Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Michael C. Hall, and Jack Huston. "About Time," starring Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams will also screen on opening night.

Hampton Theatre Company Kicking Off 29th Season With "Other Desert Cities"

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - Hampton Theatre Company will launch their 29th season with "Other Desert Cities," the Broadway play by Jon Robin Baitz.

Enter Hamptons Juried Art Show Benefiting The Retreat

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - The Retreat is accepting submissions for the 5th Annual Hamptons Juried Art Show.

International Lineup At Parrish Art Museum's Salon Series

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Parrish Art Museum's Salon Series of classical music concerts features a lineup of award-winning international artists.

Hamptons International Film Festival "A Conversation With" Features Helena Bonham Carter And Bruce Dern

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - Helena Bonham Carter and Bruce Dern are taking part in this year's "A Conversation With" series at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Winners' Show Group Exhibit At Riverhead's East End Arts Gallery

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - The East End Arts Gallery is showcasing works from Best in Show artists of 2012 juried East End Arts Gallery shows.

Renée Zellweger Introducing Golden Starfish Award For Lifetime Achievement At Hamptons International Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - The Hamptons International Film Festival is teaming up with the British Academy of Film and Television Arts New York to honor the co-chairs of British production powerhouse Working Title Films, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, with the Golden Starfish Award for Lifetime Achievement.

"Kill Your Darlings," "About Time," "Nebraska," And "12 Years A Slave" Headliners At Hamptons International Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Hamptons International Film Festival - The 21st Hamptons International Film Festival will open with "Kill Your Darlings" starring Daniel Radcliffe, Elizabeth Olsen, and Michael C. Hall.

"Kimberly Akimbo" Staged To Open Staller Center Season

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Performing Arts - The Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University will open its 2013-2014 season with the Asylum Theatre production of "Kimberly Akimbo" by David Lindsey-Abaire on Thursday, September 19.

Listen To Local And Global Musical Talent In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - The Sag Harbor American Music Festival brings both East End and international musicians to the Hamptons during a day of free performances.

Wanda Sykes, Bruce Hornsby, And Amos Lee At WHBPAC During Fall MainStage Season

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Summer may almost be over, but celeb sightings will still be easy in the Hamptons with big named performers coming to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) during the 2013 Fall MainStage Season.

Printmaking, Golf, And The Continuation Of Chuck Close At Guild Hall In September

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - Highlights at Guild Hall in September include a staged reading of The Kingfisher, print parade open studio with Master Printmaker Dan Welden, CollaborationTown's "The Momentum," golf at the Maidstone Club to benefit Guild Hall, and the continuation of Chuck Close: Recent Works.

Gene Casey And The Lone Sharks Marking 25th Anniversary With Hamptons Performance

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks is celebrating their 25th anniversary with a stop at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.

Fundamental Theater Project Stages A Labor-Less Weekend

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Performing Arts - Thinking outside the box this Labor Day weekend? Why not squeeze in a little theatre as the Fundamental Theater Project (FTP) is offering a very intimate theatrical experience with their "A Labor-Less Weekend" event in East Hampton.

Heartbeat: Guild Hall To Present Christopher Janney Production

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Guild Hall is to present artist/architect/composer Christopher Janney's performance piece which explores the rhythms of the human heart.

More Artists: Hamptons Box Art Auction To Benefit The East End Hospice Grows

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - The Hamptons 13th annual box art auction to benefit the East End Hospice will feature almost 100 artists.

Marilyn Monroe: Oscar Winning Director & Photographer Lawrence Schiller Reveals Another Side Of The Star In New Memoir

by Andrew Nachemson
The Bookshelf - Lawrence Schiller began to write an autobiography, but rightly decided that his encounters with the enigmatic Marilyn Monroe deserved to stand alone in his new work, "Marilyn & Me."

Gwyneth Paltrow Participating In BookHampton's Acclaimed "In Conversation" Series

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - Hamptons regular Gwyneth Paltrow, is returning to BookHampton this year to celebrate the end of the summer and her new cookbook "It's All Good."

Donavon Frankenreiter Ending East Coast Tour In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - "I love The Surf Lodge and everybody else out there," said Donavon Frankenreiter who has a few Hamptons performances lined up.

Celebrity Autobiography Coming To Guild Hall

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - "Celebrity Autobiography," created and developed by Emmy award nominated writer-performer Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel, is coming to the Hamptons.

2013 Westhampton Festival of the Arts

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Art News - This Labor Day weekend the Westhampton Festival of the Arts returns with another cast of spectacular artists and artwork.

La Bonne D'Enfant Makes American Debut In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - Offenbach's one-act comedic operetta "La Bonne D'Enfant" will make its American debut at Salome Chamber Orchestra's music festival at Nova's Art Project.

A Wave Of Surfing Movies To Hit The Parrish Art Museum

by Andrew Nachemson
On The Screen - The screening will consist of surf films shot from Westhampton to Montauk.

CW Seed Unveils New Digital Series

by Chelsea Katz
On The Screen - CW Seed, the network's digital channel, recently launched three new shows and the next season of another series.

Homey Style Gallery To Open In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Fred Dorfman is getting ready to open his home for a different type of gallery for Hamptons art lovers.

Expect An Interactive Experience When Comedienne Paula Poundstone Comes To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - "My favorite part of the night is talking to the crowd and so far it seems to be working pretty good," said funny lady Paula Poundstone who is returning to the Hamptons for Bay Street Theatre's Comedy Club.

REVIEW: "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum"

by Mike Goodsell
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre's summer production of "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" promises "tragedy tomorrow, comedy tonight," and that is exactly what this Hamptons production delivers.

The 2013 Perlman Music Program Summer Gala

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Live Music View - The Perlman Music Program Annual Summer Gala returned to its campus on Shelter Island and the evening, as usual, was a celebration resounding with extraordinary music and camaraderie.

Lady Gaga, Winona Ryder, Hugh Jackman At "Devil's Haven"

by Lee Fryd
Museum News - Watermill Center's summer gala is the place in the Hamptons where celebrities with an edge come to see and not be seen. We spied Hugh Jackman, Lady Gaga, and Winona Ryder getting into performance art.

The Water Mill Museum Quilts Up For Annual Show And Sale

by Chelsea Katz
Museum News - The Water Mill Museum is hosting their 27th annual Quilt Show and Sale. Proceeds will go towards the museum's restoration of their 1644 grist mill.

Get Ready For A Night Of Laughs With Rita Rudner At WHBPAC

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - The infamously hilarious Rita Rudner will be performing at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

INTERVIEW Nile Rodgers: Guitarist, Author, Dance Music Genius Plans To Party On The East End

by Nicole B. Brewer
Live Music View - Nile Rodgers is more than a guy with a guitar. He's been turning out hit after hit including 2013's "Get Lucky" and 1978's "Everybody Dance". Last year Nile stayed with his friend Bruce Weber in Montauk and overnight Montauk became the coolest place in the Hamptons. Will he do that to the North Fork after his "Nile Rodgers Dance Party - East End" this weekend?

Scott Schwartz Set To Join Bay Street Team As New Artistic Director

by Andrew Nachemson
Art News - Schwartz is known for having directed the Broadway shows "Golda's Balcony" and "Jane Eyre," as well as numerous off-Broadway plays, and will lend his talents to the Bay Street Theatre at the beginning of its 2014 season.

19th Annual Juried Fine Art Show On The Montauk Green

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - The 19th Annual Juried Fine Art Show will feature 80 artists from the U.S. as well as artists from France, China and Israel.

BUY 1 GET 1 TICKETS: The Line-Up Is Complete For AFTEE's Nile Rodgers Dance Party

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Live Music View - The biggest musical event of the summer season is a week away and if you will pardon the baseball analogy, Nile Rodgers has completed his line-up card.

Canio Cultural Cafe Prepares For Fall Hamptons Arts And Writing Events

by Chelsea Katz
The Bookshelf - Canio Cultural Cafe in Sag Harbor is getting ready to host a Master Art Studio Series, a fall fundraiser and an essay writing contest.

Bay Street's Broads For Broadway Brings In Money For Educational And Summer Programming

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre raised over $25,000 for educational and summer programming as Joy Behar, Susie Essman and more participated in "Broads for Broadway."

Guild Hall Celebrates Chuck Close Recent Works

by Colleen Maidhof
Art News - Recent paintings by Chuck Close including, archival watercolor pigment prints on Hahnemühle rag paper, and jacquard tapestries of artists and friends including Roy Lichtenstein, Lou Reed, Cindy Sherman, and Kara Walker is on display at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

Word Theatre Returns To The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - Word Theatre is coming back to the Hamptons with Gary Dourdan, Jason Butler Harner, Chris Bauer, Tracee Chimo, Ronald Guttman, Polly Draper, Toni Trucks and more to raise money which will bring students live literature in classrooms.

Grenning Gallery Showcases Artist's New Found Maturity

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Grenning Gallery hosted their twelfth exhibit with painter Ben Fenske's work, including his first attempt at sculpting.

Bay Street Theatre Holding Summer Music Theater Camps

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Bay Street Theatre is to holding Summer Music Theater Camps for children aged 8 through 12.

Alberto Guglielmi's New Exhibition Premiering At Montauk Beach House

by Andrew Nachemson
In the Galleries - The series of photographs features various accomplished individuals who share a common passion for surfing.

Hamptons Shakespeare Festival To Present 14th Year Of Camp Shakespeare

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - The Hamptons Shakespeare Festival is to present their 14th year of Camp Shakespeare at St. Michael's Lutheran Church in Amagansett.

East Hampton Library Hosts Annual Authors Night Fundraiser

by Andrew Nachemson
The Bookshelf - Guests can attend a reception with the authors at Gardiner Farm and a dinner party with a featured artist at a private Hamptons home.

Adventure Bandits Art Club Presents Second Annual Art And Music Show

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - The Adventure Bandits Art Club is set to present their Second Annual Art Show at Nova's Ark Project in Water Mill.

Eileen Dawn Skretch And Rosamaria Eisler Featured At The Rosalie Dimon Gallery

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - Southampton landscape painter Eileen Dawn Skretch and printmaker Rosamaria Eisler will be featured at the new East End Arts exhibit.

Neo-Political Cowgirls Team Up With Hamptons Organization

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - The Neo-Political Cowgirls presents "Eve", to support the Bay Street Theater and Coalition for Women's Cancers.

Jenny Park Adam Discusses New App For Artists And Collectors

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - "The mission of ARTDEX is to bring in all these people on an equal platform," said Jenny Park Adam, founder and CEO of ARTDEX.

Shinnecock Museum Presents Warrior Visions Exhibition

by Colleen Maidhof
Museum News - The Shinnecock Cultural Center and Museum is to present new exhibition "Warrior Visions" the art and photography of Jason "Tek" King.

East Hampton Historical Society To Show Off Hamptons Roaring Twenties Artifacts

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - A 70-year-old contraband bottle, photos, fashion and a croquet set will be just some of the antiques on display at The Clinton Academy Museum in the East Hampton Historical Society's "Clothes, Clubs and Contraband" exhibit.

Eric Firestone Gallery Launches Exhibit Amerikulture

by Colleen Maidhof
Art News - Eric Firestone Gallery is teaming up with Paul Kasmin Gallery by launching its new two-part exhibition "Amerikulture" featuring artists Kenny Scharf and Tseng Kwong.

Hampton Theatre Company Holding Auditions For Drama Other Desert Cities

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - The Hampton Theatre Company is to hold auditions for the Jon Robin Baitz drama, "Other Desert Cities"

TWA Flight 800 Documentary Screens At Stony Brook Film Festival

by Chelsea Katz
On The Screen - A new film about the TWA Flight 800 was presented at Stony Brook's Film Festival last week, seventeen years after the crash that killed 230 people.

East Hampton's Peter M. Wolf Examines Transitions In New Novel

by Chelsea Katz
The Bookshelf - Architecture professor and writer Peter M. Wolf will be signing his new book in the Hamptons this weekend.

Rising Star Ato Essandoh Opens Up About His Recent Experiences On Copper And Django Unchained

by Andrew Nachemson
On The Screen - A graduate of Cornell University with a chemical engineering degree, a successful actor, playwright, and hopeful screenwriter, it seems there is very little Essandoh isn't able to do, and even less that he isn't willing to try.

Musical Chiropractors Heading To The Hamptons

by Devon Aragona
Live Music View - The Hamptons music scene is about to get a serious adjustment. Returning to The Stephen Talkhouse is the backbone-cracking music of native New Orleans band Flow Tribe.

WHBPAC Presents "Classic American Performers" Series

by Andrew Nachemson
Performing Arts - The program will feature lyricist Alan Bergman, a tribute to Cole Porter, and Broadway legend Tommy Tune.

Midsummer Soiree At New Parrish Art Museum

by Lee Fryd
Museum News - It was a "Ta Da" moment as the new Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill threw their doors open for their first Midsummer Party at their new site.

Fourth Annual Drive-In Movie Monday At Coopers Beach In Southampton

by Colleen Maidhof
On The Screen - The fourth annual Drive-In Movie Monday at Coopers Beach in Southampton features "The Sandlot," "Herbie Rides Again," "The Hunger Games," and "Seabiscuit."

2013 White Night LongHouse Reserve Gala

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - A Lighter Shade of Pale could have been the theme music for this year's LongHouse Reserve Gala, as the evening's suggested de rigueur was "shapes and shades of white."

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Celebrates Its 30th Year In The Hamptons

by Andrew Nachemson
Live Music View - This year's program will feature over 40 artists performing in 11 different concerts.

Art Southampton Gets Ready For Second Run In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Art Southampton is coming back this weekend with 88 galleries ready to sell their works to the public.

East End Arts Gallery To Host H2O Themed Juried Art Show

by Andrew Nachemson
In the Galleries - Guests will have the opportunity to meet the jurors and artists at the shows opening.

Guild Hall To Screen The Sound Of Music

by Chelsea Katz
On The Screen - Guild Hall is partnering with The East Hampton Historical Society to screen another film at the farm.

Carole A. Feuerman: The Illusory Hyperrealist

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Carole Feuerman's career spans four decades and has encompassed illustrations to sculptures of women overcoming struggle.

Broadway Composer Alan Bergman To Sing Classics In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Live Music View - Critically acclaimed Broadway composer Alan Bergman will be performing at The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

"The Whisper" Gets Ready To Burst At Guild Hall In East Hampton

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - Emmy Award winner Eugene Pack's newest comedy "The Whisper" is coming to Guild Hall on August 22nd with a sex mentalist and a group of women on a girls weekend to Las Vegas.

Chess On The Beach...Actually At Guild Hall!

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Museum News - Chess New York City, Inc. has returned to East Hampton again this year with a summer instructional program hosted by Guild Hall.

The Hamptons International Film Festival Wraps Up Its SummerDocs Series

by Andrew Nachemson
On The Screen - The final two documentaries will feature the life story of Elaine Stritch and the tale of eight young golfers competing in the World Championship of Junior Golf.

The Watermill Center's Robert Wilson Dishes On The Center's Proudest Accomplishments

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - The Watermill Center is Robert Wilson's brainchild from 2006 that now functions as a laboratory for the performing arts.

Former Talk Show Host Dick Cavett To Star In Staged Reading At Guild Hall

by Chelsea Katz
Museum News - Former talk show host Dick Cavett will be reading the part of Len in Joni Fritz's show "In The Car with Len and Blossom" at Guild Hall in a performance to benefit The Alzheimer's Association.

LongHouse Reserve To Host White Night Benefit Gala

by Andrew Nachemson
Museum News - East Hampton's LongHouse Reserve museum and garden will host its annual summer benefit gala in honor of sculptor Ai Weiwei, architect Richard Meier, and the late Lisa de Kooning.

Zoppe Italian Family Circus Brings Family Fun To The Hamptons

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - The Zoppe Italian Family Circus is bringing family fun to the Hamptons while demonstrating Old-World Italian traditions.

Our Fabulous Variety Show Presents "Godspell"

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Our Fabulous Variety Show is set to present “Godspell” which will benefit the First Presbyterian Church of Southampton.

Sex Pistols Photographer Dennis Morris Releases Limited Edition Proof At ArtHamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - Dennis Morris, who shot some of the most iconic images of The Sex Pistols in the 1970s, will be releasing a limited edition photo of Sid Vicious at this year's ArtHamptons festival.

ArtMRKT Comes Back For Third Interactive Hamptons Fair

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - ArtMRKT is getting ready for a one-of-a-kind, interactive experience in the Hamptons.

"A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" At Bay Street In August

by Andrew Nachemson
Performing Arts - Tony Award winning producer, Stewart Lane, joins stars Peter Scolari, Conrad John Schuck, and Jackie Hoffman in the production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" at Bay Street in August.

ArtHamptons: What To Expect And How To Navigate

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - ArtHamptons is getting ready for their sixth annual fine art festival. Don't forget to do your homework so you know what pieces you want.

Artist Alice Aycock Revealing New Work At The Drawing Room In East Hampton

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - The Drawing Room will be presenting Alice Aycock new works on paper which will showcase selected drawings and prints by the renowned sculptor whose works have long captivated audiences worldwide.

Sound Waves @ The House Set To Fill Another Hamptons Summer With Live Music, Art, And Fashion

by Andrew Nachemson
Live Music View - The season will begin with high profile DJ's Vince Clarke, Roger Taylor, and the Dirty Vegas trio.

Return Of The Finest In World Cinema At Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

by Michelle DiLungo
On The Screen - The Rose & Don Ciampa Finest In World Cinema Series is returning to the Hamptons at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

James Hunter Six Comes To The Hamptons

by Andrew Nachemson
Live Music View - James Hunter has traveled the world playing his brand of English R&B and soul music.

William Quigley And Ben Moon Hosting Combined Show In East Hampton

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - William Quigley and Ben Moon are hosting a combined art show at Quigley's East Hampton studio.

Bridgehampton Museum Hosting Talk With Writer Geoff Gehman

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - The Bridgehampton Museum will be hosting a talk with Geoff Gehman in honor of the release of his memoir, "The Kingdom of the Kid," about growing up on the East End, circa 1967-1972.

Dom Irerra Brings A Night Of Laugh Out Loud Comedy To Bay Street Theatre

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - The talented Dom Irerra is bringing a night of hilarity back to the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.

Sag Harbor Community Band Kicks Off Summer Concert Series With Grieg's Piano Concerto

by Colleen Maidhof
Live Music View - Sag Harbor Community Band is to open summer concert season featuring Edvard Grieg's "Piano Concerto," performed with piano soloist Joan Brill.

The Mystery Of Irma Vep Opening At Bay Street Theatre

by Andrew Nachemson
Performing Arts - Obie-award winner David Greenspan will joined by co-star Tom Green for the two-man production, The Mystery of Irma Vep at Bay Street in Sag Harbor.

Sistermonk Comes To East End Or Busk At Parrish Art Museum

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Folk band Sistermonk comes to the Hamptons during Parrish Art Museum's East End or Busk.

Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo Set To Shake Up The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will be bringing back Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a company that performs classical ballets with a comic twist.

Water Mill Members Hosts 21st Annual Members' Art Exhibit

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - The Water Mill's "21st Annual Members' Art Exhibit" is on display and sell art by its members.

Our Fabulous Variety Show Creating Hamptons Flash Mob On The Fourth

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - "OFVS" invites you to be a part of a flash mob just 10 minutes before the Southampton 4th of July Parade.

Sag Harbor's Romany Kramoris Gallery Showcasing Jorge Silveira And Stephen Palmer

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - Romany Kramoris Gallery will showcase found object artist Jorge Silveira as well as Stephen Palmer with his found object fish sculpture.

Country Music Stars Invade The Hamptons

by Andrew Nachemson
Art News - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) is injecting some twang and southern style into the music scene in the Hamptons this summer with Lyle Lovett, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, and Vince Gill.

Stony Brook Campuses Finally Find Artistic Synergy

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Art News - Stony Brook University/Southampton announces the long overdue merging of the arts between the Eastern SBU campus and the Main Campus in Stony Brook.

Children's Summer Music Theatre Camp Comes To Bay Street

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Young inspiring actors and actresses ages 8 to 12 can enjoy a summer filled with theatrical fun at Bay Street's Summer Music Camps.

Singing Groups Prepare To Perform Handel's Israel In Egypt

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - The Choral Society of the Hamptons, The Greenwich Village Singers and The South Fork Chamber Orchestra will be joining voices to present Handel's Israel In Egypt.

"They Played In The Game" Exhibit Throws Opening Pitch At Guild Hall

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Guild Hall celebrated 65 years of The Artists vs. Writers Softball game with a new exhibit, "They Played in the Game."

INTERVIEW James Maslow: Big Time Rush Star Dishes On Life Beyond BTR, Driving In The Hamptons, And The BTR Bromance

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I'm just excited to keep the ball rolling. I'm excited for the next step in my career. I'm excited to pursue film and do my own music. I don't wanna take anytime off if I can help it," says "Big Time Rush" actor James Maslow.

Free Heckscher Park Concert To Benefit Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

by Andrew Nachemson
Live Music View - The Islip Arts Council will be hosting their annual free benefit concert at Heckscher Park, East Islip. This year's Recovery Through the Arts – Play it Forward concert will be dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Sandy,

East End Arts Presenting New Connections Themed Show

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - New juried, all media art show, Connections, showcasing at the East End Arts Gallery.

Hamptons Gallery Brings Viewers On Photographic Journey

by Colleen Maidhof
Museum News - Traveling photographer Michael Clinton, who has ventured to all seven continents, is debuting an exhibition showcasing his travels at the Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor.

East End Arts Features East Hampton Artist Ruth Nasca

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - East End Arts unveils new art exhibit featuring portraits by East Hampton artist Ruth Nasca at the Riverhead Town Hall Gallery.

"An Eclectic Cabaret" By "Our Fabulous Variety Show" At Guild Hall

by Colleen Maidhof
Performing Arts - Our Fabulous Variety Show (OFVS) is presenting “An Eclectic Cabaret” hosted by the infamous Reverend Ricky Ray and the extravagant ladies of the Raffa Show at Guild Hall.

Catching Up With HBO's "Girls" Executive Producer In Greenport

by Michelle DiLungo
On The Screen - The HBO hit series "Girls" has been filming for their upcoming 3rd season in the North Fork town of Greenport. I recently caught up with the show's Executive Producer, Ilene S. Landress to find out how they are enjoying the area as well as what to expect from season 3 of Girls.

Diana Aceti Named New Director Of Development For Bay Street Theatre

by Andrew Nachemson
Art News - Diana Aceti has been appointed as Bay Street Theatre's Director of Development.

The Southampton Cultural Center Offers Inexpensive Tickets With High Quality Programming

by Chelsea Katz
Art News - With help from the village of Southampton and volunteers, The Southampton Cultural Center has different types of programs but manages to keep their ticket prices low.

Susan Rockefeller To Be Honored At SoFo Rocks Fundraiser

by Chelsea Katz
Museum News - Susan Rockefeller will be honored on Saturday, June 15th at this year's SoFo Rocks Fundraiser for her work towards environmental education outreach.

American Dream Show On Hamptons TV

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
On The Screen - The American Dream Show put ten new episodes in the can at a WVVH/Hamptons TV shoot.

East Hampton's Guild Hall Showcasing East End Resident John Alexander

by Colleen Maidhof
In the Galleries - Artwork from East End artist, John Alexander on display at Guild Hall in East Hampton in June and July.

Christie's Willem De Kooning Auction Offers An Opportunity To Own A Piece Of East Hampton's Artistic History

by Andrew Nachemson
In the Galleries - Christie's is currently holding an auction for 33 distinct, untitled works from the estate of Willem De Kooning's good friend and psychiatrist, Dr. Henry Vogel.

Artist Jessica Lichtenstein Offers "PEEP SHOW" In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Jessica Lichtenstein's "PEEP SHOW" will run until June 17th at the Vered Gallery in East Hampton.

The Perlman Music Program Prepares To Perform "Classical Collaborations" In The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Live Music View - The Perlman Music Program faculty and young artists will perform "Cultural Collaborations" at The Southampton Culture Center on and The Jewish Center of the Hamptons.

Moby Dick Inspired Art Exhibit Set To Open At Southampton Gallery

by Chelsea Katz
In the Galleries - Mack & Heuer's Moby Dick art exhibit will open on Friday, June 7, at 4 North Main Gallery.

Willie Nelson Heading To The Hamptons For A Performance At The Surf Lodge

by Colleen Maidhof
Live Music View - Legendary country music star, Willie Nelson who just turned 80 in April is heading to the Hamptons for a performance at the Surf Lodge in Montauk

The Arrested Development Of Netflix's World Domination

by Andrew Nachemson
On The Screen - A seemingly perfect relationship results in mixed reviews and lost shares.

Judith Leiber: Celebrating 50 Years Of Handheld Beauty

by Devon Aragona
In the Galleries - Inspiring, world-renowned artist and designer Judith Leiber will be celebrating the 50-year anniversary of her designer handbag company, Judith Leiber Handbags, at the Leiber Collection gallery in East Hampton.

East Hampton's Guild Hall Offers Innovative Ways To Engage The Hamptons Community In The Arts

by Chelsea Katz
Museum News - Created during The Great Depression in 1931, Mary Woodhouse bought and donated the plot of land across the street from her personal library to start an arts establishment for East Hampton.

Parrish Art Museum Brings Dynamic Concerts To The Hamptons

by Devon Aragona
Live Music View - Hampton's Parrish Art Museum invites you to grab a seat in their covered terrace or to relax on the event lawn and enjoy a variety of music through out the summer.

Mario Cantone: Adults-Only In The Hamptons Memorial Day Weekend

by Nicole B. Brewer
Performing Arts - “Facebook is torture! It's like homework! I can't stand it,” said the very funny Mario Cantone in an interview with Hamptons.com just days before his Memorial Day Weekend headlining visit to the Hamptons to kick off the summer.

Sara Nightingale Gallery Has A New Sheen

by Devon Aragona
In the Galleries - Sara Nightingale Gallery in Watermill will have a new sheen to its' already lustrous art reputation after their upcoming opening.

Artist Alice Aycock Giving Illustrated Talk At Water Mill's Parrish Art Museum

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - Artist Alice Aycock, will be giving an illustrated talk on her extraordinary work in sculpture, public art, and drawing in the Parrish Art Museum's Lichtenstein Theater.

Acoustic Guitarists Visit The Hamptons

by Devon Aragona
Live Music View - Some of the best international acoustic guitar players are coming to the Hamptons.

Guild Hall Screening National Theatre Live Presentation Of Helen Mirren In The Audience

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - If a trip to London isn't in your cards, get your share of the theater by stopping by Guild Hall's screening of the National Theatre Live presentation of Helen Mirren in "The Audience" at 8 p.m. on Friday June 14.

Annual Sing East End 2013 Coming To Historic Vail-Leavitt Music Hall

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - The 4th Annual Sing East End is coming back to the Historic Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in Riverhead.

Water Mill Museum Season Opening Features Reading By Sally Huns

by Michelle DiLungo
Museum News - The Water Mill Museum is holding their season opening reception as well as a historical reading which is open to the public.

Bonnie Grice Hosting 2013 Teeny Awards Ceremony

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - East End Arts announces the 2013 Teeny Awards Nominees for their 11th Annual Teeny Awards ceremony.

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Brings Big Talent To The Hamptons

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center first opened its doors in the Hamptons as a performing arts center in 1998 to May of 2013, world-renowned talent has taken its stages.

Hampton Classic Horse Show Selects Jocelyn Sandor Urban As Poster Artist

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - The Hampton Classic Horse Show has selected Jocelyn Sandor Urban, a noted equestrian painter, as its 2013 poster artist.

East End Arts Exhibiting New Art Show At North Fork Gallery

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - East End Arts is exhibiting an exciting new art show featuring Alex Ferrone and Mary Twomey.

Point Your Face At This: Drawings By Demetri Martin

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - "Point Your Face At This: Drawings" by Demetri Martin is an entertainingly smart and witty collection of drawings by the New York Times Bestselling Author.

"Seussical" Is Heading To The Hamptons Over Memorial Day Weekend

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - Theatreworks USA's national tour of "Seussical: The Family Musical" is stopping by the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center this Memorial Day Weekend.

Learn How The Other Half Loves With Hampton Theatre Company

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - Ever wonder how the other half loves?

Baz Luhrmann Hosts Douglas Elliman Real Estate Private Screening Of "The Great Gatsby"

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - Douglas Elliman Real Estate agents are joining iconic director Baz Luhrmann for an exclusive private screening of his highly anticipated film “The Great Gatsby”.

"Jekyll & Hyde" Debuts Limited Engagement At Marquis Theatre

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - International music sensation, “Jekyll & Hyde” debuted its thirteen week limited engagement at Broadway's Marquis Theatre.

Hamptons Gallery Conjures Up Of The Joys Of Spring

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - The newest exhibit at the Tulla Booth Gallery conjures up of the joys of spring.

Bay Street Theatre: A Haven For The Hamptons Theatre-Goers

by Chelsea Katz
Performing Arts - After a four to five hour rehearsal, everyone is flying at the Hamptons' own Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor.

Hamptons' Artist Eric Fischl: "Bad Boy: My Life On And Off The Canvas"

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - "Bad Boy: My Life On and Off the Canvas", by Eric Fischl and Michael Stone takes an in depth look at the life of America's foremost narrative painter Eric Fischl.

Parrish Art Museum Hosting Hamptons Spring Cultural Celebration

by Michelle DiLungo
Museum News - The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill hosting a Spring Cultural Celebration honoring the diverse heritages represented on the East End.

Hamptons Gallery Showcasing Aviation Archeologist And Sculptor, Andrea Davide At Upcoming Exhibit

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - On Saturday May 18th, which marks US Armed Forces Day, Chrysalis Gallery will present the work of Long Island Aviation Archeologist/Sculptor, Andrea Davide.

Tina Andrews' Provocative Play "Buckingham" Coming To The Hamptons

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - Award-winning writer, director and producer Tina Andrews is bringing her provocative new play "Buckingham" to the Hamptons.

East End Arts Gallery Debuting Art & Science Show In Riverhead

by Michelle DiLungo
In the Galleries - The East End Arts Gallery, is debuting their new juried, all media art show, Art & Science.

Tenth Anniversary Season Of The Rising Stars Piano Series Featuring Di Wu

by Michelle DiLungo
Performing Arts - The tenth Anniversary Season of the Rising Stars Piano Series continues with internationally acclaimed Chinese pianist Di Wu.

Hamptons Earth Day Celebration At Canio's Cultural Cafe

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - Canio's Cultural Cafe in Sag Harbor is hosting "Speak Up For Earth", an Earth Day celebration.

WHBPAC's Summer Schedule Heats Up The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - From the legendary Liza Minnelli to the hysterically funny Kathy Grffin to the talented Huey Lewis & The News, the Westhampton Beach Performance Arts Center's summer schedule is heating up the Hamptons.

Roots Of Modern Exhibit Opens At LongHouse Reserve In East Hampton

by Ali Fitzgerald
Art News - The LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will open for the season with the Roots of Modern exhibit.

Hamptons International Film Festival Hosting 12th Annual Screenwriters' Lab

by Michelle DiLungo
Hamptons International Film Festival - The Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) will host its 12th annual Screenwriters' Lab co-sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation this weekend.

Art Southampton Returning To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - After a highly successful debut in 2012, Art Southampton presented by Art Miami is returning to the Hamptons in July.

Hamptons Sub 30 Poetry Slam At Parrish Art Museum

by Michelle DiLungo
Art News - In honor of National Poetry Month, Parrish Art Museum is hosting a Sub 30 Poetry Slam.

Jeanette Martone Wins Best In Show At The Retreat's Annual Juried Art Show

by Ali Fitzgerald
In the Galleries - Best in Show of The Retreat's Annual Juried Art Show, goes to Jeanette Martone for “Behind The Fence."

Poets Laureate Read At Canio's Books In Sag Harbor

by Michelle DiLungo
The Bookshelf - In celebration of National Poetry Month, Canio's Books is hosting Poets Laureate Linda Opyr of Nassau and Ed Stever of Suffolk County.

Sunday Book Conversation Series At BookHampton In East Hampton

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - While the weather in the Hamptons is finally starting to heat up, make sure your summer reading is just as hot at BookHampton's Books We're Talking About”, an in-store book conversation.

Suffolk Theater Celebrates Jazz History Month

by Nicole Barylski
Live Music View - The Suffolk Theater is celebrating Jazz History month with performances from four talented jazz groups.

WHBPAC Receives 2013 MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program Grant

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center has received the 2013 MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program Grant for their “Melodies & Memories” program.

East Hampton's Guild Hall Accepting Entries For 75th Artist Members Show

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - Calling Hamptons artists, Guild Hall in East Hampton is currently accepting entries for the 75th Artist Members Show.

Southampton Cultural Center's Rising Stars Series Continues With Piano Duo Michelle And Kimberly Cann

by Ali Fitzgerald
Live Music View - Southampton Cultural Center continues the 10th Anniversary of the Rising Stars series with a performance by Michello and Kimberly Cann.

East End Arts Gallery Accepting Artist Entries For National Art Competition

by Ali Fitzgerald
Art News - The East End Arts Gallery is now accepting artist entries for their upcoming second annual national art competition and exhibit; this years theme is H2O. All types of art are accepted including painting, drawing, original fine art prints, photography, and computer art.

Romany Kramoris Gallery Exhibiting Four Prominent Painters Of The "Academy"

by Ali Fitzgerald
In the Galleries - Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Habor is proudly exhibiting four prominent painters of the “academy,” an in-jest, self-named East End group of artists.

The Hampton Ballet Theatre School Debuting Two Ballets This Spring

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - This spring The Hampton Ballet Theatre School (HBTS) will debut "Carnival of the Animals" and "The Graduation Ball," both choreographed by director Sara Jo Strickland.

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Presents An Evening Of One-Act Plays

by Ali Fitzgerald
Performing Arts - Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents An Evening of One-Act Plays with “Drop Dead Juliet” and “All I Really Need to Know I Learned by Being in a Bad Play” on March 29 and March 30 at 7 p.m.

Interactive Family Scavenger Hunt At East End Arts Gallery

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - East End Arts Gallery is debuting an interactive scavenger hunt where families can seek out items like suns and paintbrushes within the works in the current gallery show.

Origins Opening Reception At East End Arts Gallery

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - East End Arts is holding an opening reception for Origins, their Annual non-juried, all media Members' Show on Friday, March 15.

Linocut-relief Printmaker Debbie Tierney Exhibition At Riverhead Town Hall Gallery

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - A new exhibition at the Riverhead Town Hall Gallery showcasing linocut-relief printmaker Debbie Tierney will open on Monday, March 11, and will run through June 5.

Historical East End Landmark Suffolk Theater Reopening After Twenty-Six Years

by Nicole Barylski
Performing Arts - The historic East End landmark Suffolk Theater which has been closed since 1987, is reopening its doors and celebrating with a Grand Opening Gala.

 
 
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