By Stephen Rosen
Neil deGrasse Tyson Miller Mobley
At the Marine Museum on Bluff Road in Amagansett

By Jeff Nichols
John Aldridge Courtesy of Robert Hovey
The Anna Mary, with its open stern showing, docked at Montauk.
John Aldridge and a freshly caught crustacean.
Aviation Survival Technician Petty Officer Third Class Robert Hovey with a rescued John Aldridge on July 24, 2013. Courtesy of Robert Hovey
Anthony Sosinski showing off fishing equipment with John Aldridge’s “tag,” which refers to his nickname, “Johnny Load.”
Immediately engaging, fast moving, and appealingly easy to read
Ann Brashares Sigrid Estrada

An homage to a century of cinema on Main Street
Inside the projection booth at the old Sag Harbor Cinema. Michael Heller

At the East Hampton Town Marine Museum on Bluff Road in Amagansett

The real spine of this book is about Ariel Levy’s passion for writing.
Ariel Levy David Klagsbrun

By Richard Horwich
Leonard Barkan. Below, one attempt to combine Greco-Roman architecture and the symbol of Judaism. Nick Barberio
Having survived war’s devastation, an ornate 19th-century building in Berlin today houses a prosaic copy shop.
The site of the second of Rahel Varnhagen’s salons, where she entertained leading figures of the 1820s. Nick Barberio Photos