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November-December 2012

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In This Issue

Honk, Honk

A little slice of Albuquerque is served at this Southwestern-style restaurant

Returning to My Roots

Bringing nature inside has its calming effects

Ten Minutes With David Marks

David Marks founded the Beach Boys with his L.A. neighbors when he was only 13 years old. The North Salem guitarist played on the group’s first four albums. Earlier this year, he reunited with the other surviving members of The Beach Boys—Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and the band’s chief songwriter Brian Wilson—for a 50th-anniversary tour and new album release. The eBook version of Marks’ autobiography The Lost Beach Boy, is scheduled to come out later this year.

Main Course

If you’re a movie buff, you certainly know the Katonah native’s recent body of work: The Hunger Games, Julie & Julia, The Devil Wears Prada, and The Lovely Bones. But if you dig deeper into his filmography, you’ll find the list is long and rich, encompassing nearly 30 years of acting, producing, writing, and directing.

Finding His Voice

A Bedford boy makes it big time on NBC's The Voice

Trick or Treat at Creepy Pete's

A puppeteers Katonah's Halloween extravaganza

Altered Space

When an addition becomes an uphill battle

Opposites Attract

A chance encounter by two neighbors leads to a wonderful house tour
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