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November-December 2010

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In This Issue

Out of Africa

Bringing authentic Ethiopian food to the Mount Kisco culinary scene.

Special Section: Senior Status

The best assisted-living organizations in the area.

Modernist Hideaway

The Booth House, named for its original owners, was designed by modernist architect Philip Johnson, one of his earliest commissions and his first to be built. It even predates his own famous Glass House in New Canaan.

Fall Color

Pound Ridge photographer Sally Green captures the magic of fall - with images of family, friends, and nature.

Please (Don’t) Be Seated

I had been out of the country for a while so when I came back, I couldn’t help but notice some cultural trends that had gone viral in my absence: how everyone over 12 has a tattoo, how it is obligatory to be on Facebook, and how no one actually uses their furniture.

We've Got Answers

Alien Invasion

What are all these aliens doing here?

School of Rock

In the brief space of a single summer, 22-year-old Collin McLoughlin wanted to pursue his dream—making music.

Ten Minutes With Vanessa Williams

Vanessa Williams burst onto the national stage as Miss America 1984.

Better With Age

DPD Builders transforms a village gem
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