Beck takes the stage at the FOLD Festival at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead on Tuesday, Aug. 4. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
It’s a testament to music producer Nile Rodgers’ sway and influence that he was able to convince some of the biggest acts in music — including the two most recent Grammy Album of the Year winners — to play a concert at a Riverhead vineyard better known for hosting weddings than music festivals. (more…)
Superstar music acts Beck, Pharrell Williams, Duran Duran and others will light up the North Fork during the two-day FOLD (Freak Out Let’s Dance) Festival this week.
Friday was a particularly grueling day for Joyce Holzapfel, who spent five hours interviewing four candidates for the William Steeple Davis Trust’s year-long artist-in-residence program — and that’s not just because the process took so long. READ
Summer vacation is half over! Are you singing the praises of going back to school or racing to do all your summer plans?
Southold Town held its 375th Anniversary parade Saturday with marchers starting at South Harbor Lane and finishing up at Boisseau Avenue.
The parade featured a wide variety of participants including scouts, first responders and bagpipers. It also featured floats created by local organizations with some marchers dressed in period costume. READ
Slow down, summer! August is right on our heels and I’m not liking that one bit.
East End Arts in Riverhead is looking to showcase artwork at Southold Town’s Peconic Lane Community Center.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library opened its doors with a staff of volunteers on Sept. 16, 1915, in what had been the Independent Congregations Church and Society (1862).
The blues are coming back to Riverhead.
Three years after the last Riverhead Blues & Music Festival took place downtown, a plan is underway to hold a mini blues series this fall in an effort to eventually get the full music festival back.
It’s 3 p.m. Monday and Father Constantine Makrinos is behind his desk at Transfiguration of Christ Greek Orthodox Church in Mattituck.
A priest of 30 years, Father Makrinos’ spiritual journey has led him from Detroit, Mich., to Newark, N.J., to Ocean City, Md. READ