Art & Music

Deep Views
Into the Deep: Paintings by Paton Miller will run from mid-May to mid-October at the Southampton Historical Museum. Pat Garrity’s Views of Southampton will run concurrently. The opening reception for both exhibits will be held May 15th, 4—6pm, with free admission and refreshments. For more info, visit Read Full Article
Write On
Gordon Korman wrote his first book at 12 years old and more than 80 others after that. What started as a summer job (kind of) turned into a fulfilling career for the Great Neck resident. Read Full Article
An Idiot in a Bath Tub
It was anything but smooth sailing for author Jeff Nichols during a storm off Montauk. Read Full Article
Saint Laurent
A powerful new movie illuminates the life and art of fashion legend Yves Saint Laurent Read Full Article
Renaissance Man
Todd Man Out: Todd Rundgren has found success in a number of diverse musical styles. Read Full Article
Obsessive Progressive
The life of famed Long Beach drummer Michael Portnoy of Dream Theater is pretty sweet, even if it includes a smidge of OCD and creepy guys impersonating him at bars. Read Full Article
American Art
While the city and the art world watched the $760 million steel-and-glass Whitney Museum of Art rise in the Meatpacking District, chief curator Donna De Salvo led the team busily preparing America is Hard to See, the blockbuster exhibition that inaugurates the new space. Read Full Article
Recent new releases are steeped in mixed media and other twofoldness
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Contemporary LI Poetry Anthologies: A Whitman Sampler of the Art
In honor of national poetry month, inaugural Suffolk Poet Laureate George Wallace reviews new collections and anthologies. Read Full Article
Ready or Not runs May 29 to June 6 at South Shore Black Box Theater, 315 Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst, (631) 661-0506 Read Full Article
WEHM'S New Release Tuesdays | Read more music previews
92.9 and 96.9 WEHM’s New Release Tuesdays airs from 9-10pm. Host Harry Wareing spins the month’s top listens Read Full Article
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