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“The Social Climber’s Bible” Dirk Wittenborn and Jazz Johnson Penguin, $20 John Updike insisted on writing his own jacket copy. A curious fact that can pop up when you least expect it. If you happen to be reading jacket copy.

The first buck she has ever seen on her property crosses her window view of the accumulated leaves. She knows he is chasing a female just vanished. He is carelessly intent, rolling his head and rack. A few feet from her safe position at the sink...
Five Young Contemporaries The Parrish Art Museum has developed the Parrish Contemporaries Circle, for younger patrons of the museum ages 21 to 45. The group will offer access to six art-related events and experiences each year on the East End and...

Breaking out of prison isn’t hard, you’ve just got to be patient, watchful, and lucky. If you can get those three stars aligned, eventually your time will come. My time came just before midnight on Dec. 31, 1932. That would be eight...
John D. Re admitted to wire fraud in federal court on Monday in a case that centered on almost $2.5 million in sales of paintings that he attributed to Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning, and in which he had falsely implicated an East Hampton family as their source.
The Montauk Fire Department and companies from neighboring departments and scouting groups took part in a parade there on Saturday to celebrate the department's 75th year.
A woman escaped injured when her sport utility vehicle rolled over in Amagansett on Thanksgiving morning.
Museum Magic At the Children’s Museum of the East End, fans of Angelina Ballerina may still have a chance to hear the series’ author, Katharine Holabird, read from and sign copies of books in her new Twinkle series tomorrow at 10 a.m...
When Robert and Jeanette Schwagerl purchased the house on Quail Hill in Amagansett in 1989, it had been for the most part abandoned. “I was going to tear it down,” Mr. Schwagerl said during a recent tour. Within a year, he had designed a...