Art & Music

Local Shows Cover Two Varied Topics
A pair of local shows cover two varied topics: Our collective cultural responses to the presidency, and one woman’s simplistic, but powerful imagery. Read Full Article
Books To Curl Up With This Winter
Ignore the polar vortex by cozying up with a good book. Our selections have ties to Long Island that bring the stories home. 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
Amour Fou
A double suicide pact inspired Austrian filmmaker Jessica Hausner’s new film Amour Fou. But will this comedy rooted in tragedy have our reviewer laughing? Read Full Article
Bakithi Kumalo
Bakithi Kumalo is best known for the fretless bass riff he played on Paul Simon’s “You Can Call Me Al,” but Kumalo has walked a path punctuated with accolades from the slums of Soweto to Long Island and beyond. Read Full Article
Ramone On His Own
Being a member of the Ramones is impressive on its own. But Marky Ramone also pounded the skins for trailblazing punk act, Richard Hell and the Voidoids and the proto-heavy metal trio, Dust. In this penetrating interview he gets real about this past, his new memoir and his place in music history. Read Full Article
In With The New
The New Museum is the only one in New York dedicated exclusively to new contemporary art, but assistant curator Sara O’Keeffe doesn’t wait for new trends to emerge—she’s finds them well before that for her exhibits. Read Full Article
Artists Maintaining Unique Styles
This month we present four male solo artists, as well as the return of one of America’s most uncompromising bands. Read Full Article
Union of Giants
Union of Giants
words: nadA | photo: lynn spinnato Read Full Article
Spring Comes Early to Broadway
The drought has ended! Not a single Broadway show has opened since mid-January, but there are now more than a dozen shows set to hit the Great White Way, including a Larry David vehicle. 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 and for March Read Full Article