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Book Talks and Historical Lectures in Bridgehampton

The Bridgehampton Museum’s new lecture series brings historians and authors of books with a historical focus for talks, Q&A sessions, and the inevitable wine and cheese.

Apr 14, 2022
South Fork Poetry: ‘Working the Crisis Hotline’

New work based hard experience from a contributor of long standing.

Apr 7, 2022
Hope Vanishes

Alafair Burke’s latest comes with a truckload of twists, turns, and entanglements — plus an East Hampton setting.

Apr 7, 2022
Love and Sabotage

Mark Prins’s debut novel, “The Latinist,” is an academic thriller with interpersonal toxicity at full boil.

Mar 31, 2022
It Takes a Chief

Bill Bratton’s memoir provides an excellent recap of a sensible top cop’s extraordinary record of crime reduction.

Mar 24, 2022
Lincoln Revisited

In “Lincoln and the Fight for Peace,” John Avlon’s argument is that Lincoln’s intentions following the Civil War demonstrate the true path to peacemaking after armed conflict.

Mar 17, 2022
The Showman

Mel Brooks delivers what his title promises, exclamation point and all — an unedited account of a life that must have been fun to live, but can be a chore to read about.

Mar 10, 2022
And Now, Meet Randye Lordon

Meet the Authors Night, a new monthly series from the Springs Historical Society and the Springs Library, brings Randye Lordon, known for her Sydney Sloane mysteries, to Ashawagh Hall on March 16 at 6 p.m.

Mar 10, 2022
Let’s Be Frank

In “Going There,” her memoir, Katie Couric spares no one, least of all herself, in coming clean on a 40-year career in on-air news reporting. 

Mar 3, 2022
A Contest for Unpublished Poets

The Shelter Island Library is offering a chance for poets to win some recognition and $1,000.

Feb 24, 2022
Truths Hard to Come By 

All the ethical quandaries of a Henry James novel transposed to Gardiner’s Island? Read on.

Feb 24, 2022
South Fork Poetry: ‘A Fractal’

A new one from our man in Springs.

Feb 24, 2022