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Holiday 2010

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Hometown Bistro

For your fix of croque monsieurs, escargot, and other traditional French fare, take a drive to this Lakeville eatery.

Cover Boy

Every artist has a defining moment. For cartoonist Barry Blitt, his controversial 2008 New Yorker cover “The Politics of Fear” depicting Barack and Michelle Obama as terrorists may be it. The extra­ordinary illustration resulted in a deluge of public outcry, from which Blitt emerged firmly solidified in the annals of political satire.

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The Little Town

Bethlehem’s leading role for Christmas

Holi-dazed and Confused

In the coming year why not pick your own day to celebrate? The calendar is loaded with dozens of “Special Days” that don’t require greeting cards, shopping trips, or inflatable lawn decorations. They’re drive-by celebrations, blessedly optional, and totally pointless. But how to choose? Here are some guidelines.

Might As Well Jump

A world renowned ski jump, Jumpfest and the junior olympics.

Champagne Galore

A short history of bubbly, with a few “tasting notes.” We offer something light and fizzy, like the nectar itself. Plus a few secrets.

Ten Minutes with John Gilbert

John Gilbert has operated Bees, Fleas, and Trees for 35 years. He is the father of the best-selling author of the novel Eat, Pray, Love. We paused during the pre-holiday rush to chat about Christmas trees, holiday memories, and his own celebrity status.

Holiday In

This design maven and shop owner combines her own special sense of style, lots and lots of candles, and the culinary skills of a renowned chef to orchestrate a swell holiday soirée. By Andrea Raisfeld
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