Books

How some of New York’s most powerful and influential men involved themselves, despite adverse responses, in the women’s suffrage campaign
Brooke Kroeger Kristin Hoebermann
An M.A. Kempf cartoon from the October-November 1915 suffrage issue of The Masses. Modernist Journals Project
The Men’s League delegation in the New York Suffrage Day Parade on May 6, 1911. Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division

At the Onyx Theatre of the CM Performing Arts Center on Montauk Highway in Oakdale

A debut novel by Paul Vincent Moschetta
Paul Vincent Moschetta Evelyn Moschetta

By Bernard Goldhirsch
Two new children's books by local authors

Local Book Notes

Local Book Notes

Walter Isaacson The Aspen Institute
Leonardo da Vinci’s technical wizardry often led to failures, as in his use of a combination of tempera and oil paints to realize his “Last Supper” mural, which caused the masterpiece to flake and disintegrate.Mondadori Portfolio/Getty Images

By Kurt Wenzel
Justin Spring Jason Puris
Richard Olney taking breakfast in his studio at Clamart, a Paris suburb, in 1961. Byron Olney
Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein in their garden at Bilignin, France, in 1937. Bobsy Goodspeed, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
By Richard Horwich
Erin Carlson A. Jesse Jiryu Davis
Nora Ephron on the set of “Lucky Numbers” in 2000.Paramount Pictures
Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal in a famous scene from Rob Reiner’s 1989 romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally,” screenplay by Nora Ephron.