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Sag Harbor’ Pulitzer-Winning Novelist Colson Whitehead Reads From “The Nickel Boys”

In Colson Whitehead’s new novel “The Nickel Boys,” two young black men endure the horrors of a Jim Crow-era reform school in 1960s Florida.

Give My Regards To Broadway … And Main Street!

As part of its 35th season, on July 26, the Hampton Library’s Fridays at Five series will present Laurence Maslon. The author will talk about his latest book, “From Broadway to Main Street:  How Show Tunes Enchanted America.” 

Bits & Banter: Summerfest, the Work of Grosvenor Atterbury, Goldberger Taps Secret Love of...

Paul Goldberger is most widely known as an architecture critic, having written on the topic for decades at The New York Times and from 1997 to 2011 at The New Yorker.

‘Girls Like Us’ Set in Elite Hamptons

Last week, Cristina Alger’s newest novel, “Girls Like Us,” was still days away from its launch on Tuesday, July 2, but her East End...

Quogue Library To Host ‘Conversations with the Author’ Series

Talks, tapas and literature on the lawn — it doesn’t get much better than that. The Quogue Library will kick off its “Conversations with the...

‘Montauk’ Marks Nicola Harrison’s Authorial Debut

Montauk, Long Island, 1938. For three months, this humble fishing village will serve as the playground for New York’s wealthy elite — and Beatrice Bordeaux...

Summer/Fall Southampton Review On Stands July 13

For its 25th issue, The Southampton Review has gotten itself a literary lift. Featuring work by Rick Moody, Alicia Mountain, Rachel Lyon, Lisa Locascio, Katherine...

‘A Universe of Stories’ Orbits Dava Sobel

In honor of this year’s summer reading theme, “A Universe of Stories,” award-winning author Dava Sobel will discuss her book, “The Glass Universe: How...

Raebeck, Doyle Team Up for ‘Louse Point’ Reading

The voice behind hundreds of audio books is bringing Shelby Raebeck’s “Louse Point: Stories From the East End” to life — in real life. Alongside...

Frederico Azevedo Blooms Through New Book

Signature, flowing floral borders. Artful integration of native and well-adapted plants. Dramatic, multi-dimensional vistas. Landscape designer Frederico Azevedo has honed his look — and bound...

Sussman Reveals the Colorful and Criminal Past of Boxing

Part-time East Hampton resident Jeffrey Sussman loves to write about boxing, and he’s good at it.

National Endowment for the Arts Awards Bay Street $10K In Grant Money

As acting chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, last week Mary Anne Carter approved more than $80 million in grants, as part of the agency’s second major funding announcement of fiscal year 2019. And Bay Street Theater is among the recipients.

‘Moby-Dick’ Marathon — Born at Canio’s — Has Become a Cultural Phenomenon

This year, in honor of Melville’s 200th birthday, Canio’s marathon is bigger — and more dramatic — than ever.

Sande Boritz Berger Revisits 1970s Women’s Movement Through #MeToo Lens

In her newest effort, “Split-Level: A Novel,” author Sande Boritz Berger explores love and fidelity.

‘The East End’ Navigates Divide Between Rich and Poor — With a Dose of...

Jason Allen grew up in a working-class home in the Hamptons, where he took on a variety of blue-collar jobs for wealthy estate owners.

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