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Westhampton Beach Commemorates The Class Of 2020

Friday, May 8, 2020

As a traditional graduation ceremony isn't possible this year, the Westhampton Beach School District is recognizing its Class of 2020 by lining its fence along Mill Road with giant posters featuring the faces of the 224 high school seniors poised to graduate this year. The initiative was overseen by board of education member Stacy Rubio, whose son is among the graduating class.

Sag Harbor's HarborFrost Celebrates Winter With Frosty Plunge, Ice Carving, And More Seasonal Excitement

Saturday, February 29, 2020

HarborFrost, a celebration of winter in Sag Harbor, once again highlighted two extreme elements - fire and ice. The all-day festival featured a culinary stroll, live music, ice carving demonstration, fire juggler, and more.

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Debuts At East Hampton's Clinton Academy

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Smithsonian Institutionís traveling exhibition, "Water/Ways," made a splash in the Hamptons during a celebratory soiree at Clinton Academy Museum in East Hampton. Presented by the East Hampton Historical Society, in cooperation with the Museum Association of New York (MANY), the exhibition explores the vitality of water. The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, April 11.

Mama Lee Rose And Friends And Heaven Sent Headline LTV's "East End Underground"

Friday, February 28, 2020

LTV in Wainscott presented a Blues and Gospel night featuring Mamalee Rose and Friends and Heaven Sent as part of "East End Underground," a performance-based music show that highlights East End bands.

East Hampton's LongHouse Reserve Honors Cindy Allen And Joseph Walsh At The LongHouse Winter Benefit In New York City

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

LongHouse Reserve supporters gathered at Hearst Tower in Manhattan for cocktails, an award presentation and dialogue with honorees Cindy Allen, editor in chief of "Interior Design" and Joseph Walsh, master furniture artist, during The LongHouse Winter Benefit in New York City. The evening concluded with the gala dinner held at the American Irish Historical Society Mansion in Manhattan.

Maestro IvŠn Fischer Is At The Heart And Soul Of The Friends Of The Budapest Festival Orchestra's NYC Gala

Sunday, February 23, 2020

The unbridled talent, exuberance and generosity of the incomparable Maestro IvŠn Fischer emanated from his heart, to his hands, to the Budapest Festival Orchestra musicians, and the captivated audience at David Geffen Hall, Sunday afternoon. "Joyous," we heard Ellen Burstyn exclaim, after the standing ovations. "He takes such obvious delight," Barbara Tober enthused to Mary McFadden and Peter Thomas Roth, at the Budapest Festival Orchestra Gala Dinner that followed.

Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, Greg Kelly, And More Attend Lieba Nesis Manhattan Birthday Party

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Several notable New Yorkers gathered at a private residence in Manhattan in celebration of Lieba Nesis' birthday festivities.

Southampton Artists Association Celebrates Winter Art Exhibit With Reception At Southampton Cultural Center

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Southampton Artists Association's Winter Art Exhibit, the first of four Association shows at the Southampton Cultural Center, premiered on Wednesday, February 19 and will remain on view through Sunday, March 1. The exhibition boasts works from more than 50 local, East End-based artists, with pieces ranging from oils to acrylics to mixed media to sculptures to photography.

Opera Lafayette Celebrates Beethoven's 250th Birthday With Modern Debut Of Their Restoration Of His Only Opera, "Leonore"

Sunday, February 16, 2020

In the first floor parlor of a late 19th Upper West Side, restored-to-period brownstone, a small group of art aficionados listened as Opera Lafayette's Artistic Director Ryan Brown presented highlights from Ludwig van Beethoven's only opera. Brown fleshed out the scenes of a wife in men's garb sneaking into a prison to find her wrongly incarcerated spouse. Then, he conducted pianist Michael Fennelly to take on the roles of the four Chamber music instruments. Tenor John-Michel Richer sang the husband's aria and musicologist/musician Will Crutchfield explained how he had recreated its lost components.

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Honors Cheryl Babinski, Christopher Robbins, And Charlotte Klein Sasso At "Tickled Pink"

Saturday, February 8, 2020

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation hosted an evening of comedy with Andrina Wekontash Smith and Jessica Kirson at LTV in Wainscott. "Tickled Pink" also celebrated local community members Cheryl Babinski, Christopher Robbins, and Charlotte Klein Sasso.

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