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A Woman Wronged

A psychological tale of revenge that doesn’t stint on biting social critique.

Aug 18, 2022
Authors Night Hits Herrick Park

This year, 100 writers will be under a tent in Herrick Park for the East Hampton Library benefit.

Aug 11, 2022
We Don’t Need No Education

When a self-improvement movement becomes something sinister.

Aug 11, 2022
The Edie and Andy Show

In “As It Turns Out,” Alice Sedgwick Wohl continues the complicated story of her sister, Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol’s “superstar.”

Aug 4, 2022
The Sins of the Mogul

Ken Auletta is nothing if not scrupulous in telling the heinous tale of the fall of Harvey Weinstein.

Jul 28, 2022
‘Make It Funnier, Meaner’

A snarky, often ribald, always revealing memoir from Broadway royalty.

Jul 21, 2022
South Fork Poetry: ‘Moderate Rupture’

A poet takes exception to the notion that Armageddon will be sponsored.

Jul 14, 2022
The Wettest Place

During Prohibition “liquor was flowing like a river” from the East End to New York City.

Jul 14, 2022
The Consolation of Art 

The lives of artists, complicated women, heartbreak, and the consolation of great art are subjects in Frederic Tuten’s “The Bar at Twilight.”

Jul 7, 2022
Gary Ginsberg at The Church

It’s Gary Ginsberg at The Church in Sag Harbor Saturday and Kati Marton at Fridays at Five in Bridgehampton tomorrow.

Jul 7, 2022
In Search of an Enemy

A tale of two teens, a grudge, and a gun reveals a way to address violence in our cities.

Jun 30, 2022
A Poet Discovers Her Past 

A genealogy test answers nagging questions of identity and prompts a deeper search.

Jun 30, 2022