November 08, 2006
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The public is invited to the Artists Alliance of East Hampton's current photography exhibition at East Hampton Town Hall, featuring Alliance members Ann Brandeis, Andrea Cote, Hilary Dunphy, Angela Flood, Gerry Giliberti, Jim Hayden, Jana Hayden, Lisa Kiss, Michael Knigin, Joan Kraisky, Tony Lombardo, Jennifer Miehofer, Renate Pfleiderer, Riki Reichman, Joan Santos, Walter Shwab, Rose Hanna Scott, Tom Steele, Marilyn Stevenson and Robert Wilson. The exhibit will run through December 15.
Music & Storytelling
Blending jazz and blues with storytelling, Starlight Tyler & Company, featuring Jon Finney & Brian LeClerc, delivers a soulful sound every Thursday at Tom McBrien's in Hampton Bays, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Bob Barta & Friends will jam out at Eastenders Coffee House in Riverhead from 8 to 11 p.m. Poet Steve Kramer will read his work tomorrow, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., followed by open mic till 11.
Thursday is karaoke night with Jim & Nanci and Kenny, the singing bartender, at Gurney's Inn in Montauk. No cover; drink specials. Then dance with DJ Des and Linda on Friday and Saturday nights. No cover/21 & over.
It's a scream: the classic thriller Psycho will be screened at The Picture Show at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor at 8 p.m. Tomorrow another Hitchcock favorite, To Catch a Thief, will be screened at the same time. Tickets: $5.
The Vered Gallery in East Hampton will close its exhibit "Marilyn in the Hamptons," featuring photographs by Bert Stern, today.
Pianist Jane Hastay and bassist Peter Martin Weiss appear every Friday, from 7 to 11 p.m., at CoCo Restaurant in the Maidstone Arms in East Hampton. The couple performs jazz standards by Gershwin, Ellington, Porter and more. On Saturdays Herb Levine plays the piano and classical guitar, from 7 to 11 p.m.
Considered to be one of Long Island's best blues bands, The Kerry Kearney Band will play at the Stephen Talkhouse at 10:30 p.m. Tickets: $10. For some soul and R&B, check out the Annie Morgan Band tomorrow at 8 p.m.; $10.
The Parrish Art Museum will celebrate artist and Southampton resident Roy Lichtenstein at 6 p.m. Dorothy Lichtenstein, the artist's widow, author and critic Frederic Tuten and artist James de Pasquale will talk about their personal experiences with the artist, as well as his life, work and legacy. Admission: $5 members / $8 non-members. Space is limited; registration is recommended. The exhibit, "Roy Lichtenstein, American Indian Encounters," will be on view through December 31. Call 283-2118, ext. 40.
Saluting Our Vets
The United States Military Academy Band's Jazz Knights will bring the best of big band jazz, patriotic and popular music to the WHBPAC on Saturday at 8 p.m. The 18-piece orchestra will be accompanied by the 106th Rescue Wing's Color Guard. Admission: Free. Call 288-1500.
An opening reception will be held for artist Mary Gardner at the Bridgehampton Historical Society from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit, "Selected Images," will feature figures, animals, florals and local scenes in oil, watercolor and pastel. The work will be on view from next Monday through December 20. Call 537-1088.
A reception will be held for publisher Gordon Goff and his new book Men's Lives — The Surfmen and Baymen of the South Fork at East End Books in East Hampton, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Peter Mattiessen who wrote the text will sign copies. Photos from the book by Doug Kuntz and Dan Budnik will be on display through November 20.
A special book launch and benefit brunch will be also held at the residence of Adelaide de Menil tomorrow at 11 a.m. Tickets: $25. For more info, call (212) 541-8269. Portion of proceeds from book sales will benefit East Hampton Town Baymen's Association and Peconic Baykeeper.
Mid Century Works
The Spanierman Gallery in East Hampton is exhibiting "Works on Paper: Abstraction at Mid Century," featuring 25 works on paper by American artists spanning a period of 40 years. Also on view are "On Paper" and "Long Island Abstraction," which pay homage to the contribution Long Island artists have made to American art over the last 50 years.
Lona Rubenstein will read from her new book Getting Back In The Game at Bookhampton in Sag Harbor at 6 p.m.
A Modern Adam & Eve
Guild Hall's The Naked Stage features a staged reading of The Shape of Things by Neil LaBute at 7:30 p.m. Michael Nathanson is the lead artist. In a modern version of Adam's seduction by Eve, the story pits gentle, awkward, overweight Adam against experienced, analytical, amoral Evelyn, a graduate student in art. The event is free.