Sports are all about debate and strong opinions, and this history is no exception
Of the five-man core of the Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s, from left, Duke Snider, Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Pee Wee Reese, and Gil Hodges, only Hodges isn’t in the Hall of Fame. National Baseball Hall of Fame Library

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Spare, simple truths on Martha's Vineyard
Laura Wainwright J. Ann Eldridge Illustrations

By Ellen T. White
Chris Knopf Meagan Longcore
By William Roberson
Erica Heller Daniel Melamud
The “first illustrated history of Long Island’s modern architecture.”
The south facade of the Renny and Ellin Saltzman house in East Hampton, designed by Richard Meier in 1971 Ezra Stoller/Esto

The Swedish-born poet spent much of her adult life on the East End

By Stephanie Wade
Ted Rall
Ted Rall
By Stephanie Wade
Ted Rall
A trip worth considering
The Duomo in Florence, Italy, is one of the many inspiring works of art, architecture, and culture that Stony Brook Southampton students will take in during a short-fiction writing conference in January. Christian McLean