Hans Van de Bovenkamp, a sculptor, once lived near Willem de Kooning on Long Island, and came to expect nighttime visits from the painter.
Category Archives: Long Island (NY)
The transportation hub serving about 650,000 daily passengers desperately needs an overhaul. So far, the New York governor’s plans don’t begin to address the problems.
Ron Davis’s documentary is about Snowman, a white gelding and championship show jumper in his time, and Harry deLeyer, who raised him.
The nearly 50 works in “Radical Seafaring” tackle political, historical, environmental and aesthetic aspects of water.
Founded in a basement by three friends, the recording studio doubles as living quarters. In addition to helping Long Island musicians, the partners began a concert series that meshes hip-hop and rock.
For 10 years, the store served not only as a place for musicians to buy guitar strings and instruments, but also as a place to hang out.
The comedian will perform roughly once a month, starting on Jan. 7, for at least six shows, the Madison Square Garden Company announced on Tuesday.
An exhibition at the Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages displays lavish furnishings and fine pieces from mostly vanished palatial estates.