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March-April 2012

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In This Issue

What We Love About Bedford

hanks to its woodland properties, bucolic horse farms, one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants, outstanding schools, and dedicated public servants, Bedford has much to offer.

And the winners are...

When the world turns its attention to the Academy Awards ceremony on February 26, Bedfordites will be focusing in on a few categories in particular.

A Little Bronx

Arthur Avenue specialties arrive at Mount Kisco

Ten Minutes with William Louis-Dreyfus

William Louis-Dreyfus is a French-born businessman who has lived in Bedford since 1970. An avid art collector, on April 29 he will host at his private Mt. Kisco art gallery a fund-raiser for Bedford 2020 (bedford2020.org), the environmental group whose mission is to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 20 percent over the next eight years.

Sans Gluten

If you’ve been good about sticking to your gluten-free diet, you won’t want to break the rules because you feel you can’t find something tasty. A

Young at Art

Move over Picasso. But only a little bit, because these young artists are still growing.

Country House, City Mouse

Manhattan throws a long gray shadow as I drive toward it from Bedford, its spires looming in the distance well before I pass through its wall of jaw-like tollbooths.

In the House

It always feels a bit of a party when you step inside the front door of Bedford House.

Shangri-la

Some of the best-kept secrets are hidden down long, dirt driveways, so unremarkable that neighbors have been known to pass them for decades without wondering where they might lead.
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