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When Power Is All 

The late Nancy Dougherty’s examination of Nazi evil through Reinhard Heydrich, “the puppet master of the Third Reich.”

Jun 1, 2023
Biden: Less Credit Than Deserved?

Revealing recollections and surprising revelations about the Biden administration, many relevant to Election 2024.

May 25, 2023
The Queen of Garden Design

The life of Bunny Mellon, a visionary of taste and style who knew immense privilege and cataclysmic loss.

May 17, 2023
High Life and Low

Emma Cline’s new novel chronicles the adventures of an escort, thief, and pill addict over six days in the Hamptons.

May 10, 2023
South Fork Poetry: ‘Full Flower Moon’

The latest in a series of poems about moons and the Algonquin tribe.

May 3, 2023
Too Talented to Ignore

Exploring the roots of Mel Brooks’s comedic greatness, from the Lower East Side to the Borscht Belt.

May 3, 2023
Wrangling a New Reality

The late Lucas Matthiessen’s memoir recounts losing his vision, a descent into drinking, and a new life in recovery.

Apr 27, 2023
A Sunday With Grace Schulman

“Spend your Sunday immersed in the words of American poet Grace Schulman,” says The Church in Sag Harbor, where she’ll be appearing at 2 p.m. But first, here’s one of her poems.

Apr 19, 2023
Lab Lessons

A look back at a public firestorm and its lingering aftereffects in the wake of a radioactive spill at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

Apr 19, 2023
Man on the Run

For the Paul McCartney superfan, here’s a mammoth tome documenting seemingly every waking moment of his life from 1969 to 1973. 

Apr 12, 2023
Their Better Halves

Behold codependency, substance abuse, lovelessness, lack of sexual compatibility, grievous inequity, and unsettling disrespect as Carmela Ciuraru chronicles five eventful literary marriages.

Apr 5, 2023