Ted Rall's Marxism In The Hamptons
"Ideology is stupid for those of us who have no power. It doesn’t matter what we would do if we did. We don’t. Seizing power, taking out the idiotic, incompetent, greedy, evil and stupid people who are ruining our lives is what matters.” The Anti-American Manifesto. Ted Rall is a political cartoonist, graphic novelist, journalist, proud Marxist, intellectual, and all around agitator, it is his mission to teeter on every edge, pushing the boundaries of what this culture, and other...
Jules Feiffer The Man In The Ceiling
The Man In The Ceiling, book by Jules Feiffer, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, and directed by Jeffrey Seller, producer of Hamilton, will run May 30-June 25, 2017 at The Bay Street Theater. In his new theatrical adaptation of his graphic novel “The Man in the Ceiling,” opening the 2017 Main Stage season at Bay Street Theatre May 30, he wants the audience “to feel they’ve been dragged up onstage” and are part of the action. “Yes! I want you to experience what I am doing in the present...
Patron Saints Of Amagansett
A melange of oral history interviews with Mary Curles, Josephine Craskey, Judy King, Lucy Bennet, Gina Abetamarco, Vincent Lombardo about Amagansett, New York and their Italian and Sicilian heritage. Photo by Lily Landes.
We Baptize Not Lobotomize!
Reverend Katrina Foster's Twitter handle is: wife, Pastor, mama, lesbian, recovering redneck, activist, troublemaker. Listen to her story of overcoming addiction, finding her true vocation as a Lutheran Pastor, and finding true love with another woman and a daughter.
Bobby Wonderful is a memoir about coping with dying parents with humor and grace.
The Sovereignty Of Seed
The new seed exchanges vs. Monsanto. We visit The Hampton's Seed Exchange's first event and talk with seed sharers about organic growing on Long Island.
Pilgrim To Greece
Hampton's journalist for The East Hampton Star travels to Greece to help the mostly Syrian refugees arriving on a small island. What makes Joanne take the leap from compassion into action? Photo by Doug Koontz.