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March-April 2010

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In This Issue

Heart of the Matter

We've Got Answers

Ya Mon

Taste of Jamaica is a new restaurant in Mount Kisco that serves up Jamaican food from a simple menu. Michelle Gibson, born in Jamaica, has decided to bring the food of her homeland to the Bedford area.

The Ward

Kimberly Petts, an avid hiker, recalls her many trips with family and her dogs to the Pound Ridge Reservation. The trails she treads have become a constant joy in her life.

Ten Minutes with Cathie Black

Robert Reiss talked with Cathie Black, The First Lady of American Magazines and president of Hearst Magazines. She oversees nearly 200 international editions in more than 100 countries. She wrote the best-selling Basic Black, about her 40 years in the media business.

Kitchen Magnate

The writer sometimes yearns for eight burners, a double oven, more counter space, and a second fridge, but like Julia Child ultimately realizes that when it comes to kitchens, smaller is better.

Therapy in the Dirt

As soon as things warm up in New England, gardeners will gallop outside every chance they get. Everyone knows that gardening, the number-one outdoor leisure activity in the United States, is a psychological upper. But the reasons why this is so may not be immediately apparent.

"Chicken"

The story of a family’s relationship with a hen who thinks she is a dog.

Colors of Life

Chelsea Ennis of Pound Ridge had the idea of teaching village children in Kiber, Nairobi’s largest slum, to tie-dye shirts on a trip put together by Cater Via. The result was a splash of color in an otherwise dark village.

Sad Angel No More

Each year about 90,000 horses end up at kill auctions in the United States where they are sent off to be slaughtered for their meat to be used in markets overseas. Howard Brodsky, CEO of New York Health & Racquet Clubs, found himself plunged into the nerve-wracking business of rescuing horses.

The Big House

Charles Royce, a hugely successful money manager, and his business partner, Grant Simmons, talk to Geoffrey Morris about their hotel project, rebuilding a 150-year-old inn on the coast of Rhode Island. Called Ocean House, the hotel has just opened and is fabulous.
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