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November-December 2013

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In This Issue

To Die For

Thriller writer Wendy Corsi Staub thrives on suburban Katonah, in private and for fodder

Reich's Inequality

South Salem native, Robert Reich talks about his new national film,"Inequality For All."

Turning 80

A daughter reflects on hitting a high note as her mother turns 80.

Hats Off

June Gumbel unveils artwork for your head with her unique and stylish hat creations.

Resurrection

Bedford cemeteries are being given new life as groups help to restore this historic landmark.

Namaste on Horseback

Deirdre Breen offers a unique blend of yoga instructions for horseback riders. Each taught pose helps riders communicate with their own bodies, as well as their horse's.

Hawk Eye

Watching and counting hawks with the Bedford Audubon Society

Martha's Farm

A tour of Martha's property to celebrate Bedford Audubon.

Time & Again

History ebbs and flows on the Mianus River. Built in the 1680s, Miller's Mill may be the oldest structure in town.

The Mega Music Man

A conversation with music man, Clive Davis.

Get Ready for Flavor

Village Social is a trendy, barn-style eatery and bar that has some tasty meals you don't want to miss.
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