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March-April 2011

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Flower Power

Gearing up for gardening, and seeing it as an opportunity to build strength and stamina, can be rewarded not just with a spectacular landscape, but also with sinewy muscles, plentiful energy, and—attention weight obsessives (that’s me)—a pulchritudinous chassis.

Share the Cow

Angela Sum decided she wanted to feed her family of five naturally raised, grass-fed beef, and she wanted to buy it locally. After a diligent search, she found Stuart Family Farms, up in Bridgewater, Connecticut, about 45 minutes from Bedford.

We've Got Answers

What’s so historic about our Historic Hall?

Village Delight

Fresh and organic foods are the centerpiece at this cafe and market.

Art Cart

Bring joy in a frame to Northern Westchester Hospital. Vicki Aranow Feiner knows how to enliven a hospital room. “I saw how miserable and depressed my mother was with nothing to look at during her stay. She wanted to go home, surrounded by the things she loved,” says Feiner.

Mommy & Me

This book group is breaking new ground. This Katonah mother/daughter book group that meets on the second Sunday of every month as six moms and their young daughters talk about a book for over an hour, in depth and detail.

Modern Fit

When Bedford Village architect Carol Kurth was hired to design a spacious, contemporary home on a nearby street of two-to-three-acre properties, she knew her design would have to embrace the conventional architecture of the neighboring homes, the property’s history as farmland, and the clients’ modern aesthetic.

Homegrown

Bedford's top 50 homegrown talents in media, business, music, acting, science, philanthropy, and politics
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