By Ana Daniel
Elizabeth Barlow Rogers Michael Lionstar
Central Park’s Bethesda Fountain in all its fall glory. Central Park Conservancy
The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center sits on Central Park’s Harlem Meer, a site once occupied by a “burned-out, heavily vandalized boathouse” built by Robert Moses in 1947, Elizabeth Barlow Rogers writes. Central Park Conservancy
At the Southampton Historical Museum’s Thomas Halsey Homestead
Carole Stone and the cover of her latest collection, due out on Aug. 25 from Dos Madres Press.

By Kurt Wenzel
A.J. Finn, better known hereabouts as Daniel Mallory
A big-tent benefit for the East Hampton Library
The East Hampton Library’s Authors Night returns Saturday to a new location in Amagansett, and attending will be Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, who enjoyed a bit of fun with Christie Brinkley under the tent back in 2016. Morgan McGivern

One day the internet rocked the ad industry’s boat and spilled everyone’s champagne
Ken Auletta

By Michael Z. Jody
Steve Israel Katrina Hajagos
The concluding volume of Jules Feiffer’s noir trilogy of graphic novels
Jules Feiffer Zelie Rellim
From “The Ghost Script” by Jules Feiffer. Liveright Publishing Corporation/W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
Liveright Publishing Corporation/W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.

A sly insistence that the home isn’t a haven but rather a place where anything and everything can go wrong
Cristina Alger Deborah Feingold

Considering the “young-old” stage of the life cycle
“Man in an Arctic Cap,” a Robert Giard photograph, shows Jonathan Silin in 1981.