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September-October 2011

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In This Issue

Remembering 9/11

heart-wrenching stories of local experiences with 9/11

We've Got Answers

All there is to know about the Copland House and the Armonk Art Show.

Ten Minutes with Alex Shoumatoff

After stints as a songwriter, science teacher, and resident naturalist, this Harvard graduate became a widely-published nature writer.

Bucking the Tide

Scores of non-profit organizations facing cut-backs in support due to the all-pervasive economic downturn have had to resort to a range of new and innovative programs for getting donors to dig deeper. Here is a review of how three non-profits have dealt with adversity.

Hawley Cow

Fashion-forward Mary Ann Hawley loves her cowboy boots and Texan hats, but she never thought of herself as a cowgirl until she took up cattle farming in Bedford.

Making Music

Universal Republic Records CEO and co-founder Monte Lipman discusses living the Bedford lifestyle.

Lush Life

“Every home should have a cozy room,” says the owner of this hilltop oasis in Bedford, as she guides her guests into a former screened porch. Years ago, she enclosed this intimate space, furnished it with overstuffed couches and sisal carpeting, and commissioned a fireplace made of native stone.

Elements of Style

Six of the region's finest teachers get the Bedford Magazine treatment and are ready for fall fashion.
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