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July-August 2010

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Local Talent

Enjoy fresh, seasonal entrees prepared at this sustainable Washington restaurant.

We've Got Answers

Barn Raising

A family's spectacular new home takes cues from the past, when Roxbury architects Charles Haver and Stewart Skolnick designed a home that would have the feel of an authentic, early New England structure. To create the illusion that the house evolved naturally over the years, the footprint was modulated to resemble a collection of smaller, connected barns.

Ten Minutes With Jeffrey Toobin

Jeffrey Toobin is a New Yorker staff writer, CNN analyst, and author of five books. We talked with him at his Sherman home about the Court, his dog Thunder, and his June 27 talk about the Supreme Court at the Kent Library.

Honoring the Work

Author Diane Meier discusses how she learned craftsmanship and its place in her home. In the Age of Walmart this amazing level of craftsmanship is found right in her own backyard.

50 Most Influential People

There are among us great artists and shop owners, non-profit organizers and big-money philanthropists. They use their time, talent, and resources to improve this corner of paradise and to weave a certain charm into the fabric of Litchfield County.

Party Favor

Consummate hosts reveal their secrets to entertaining. Learn how each is a successful host as they carefully plan their food, decorations, music and outfits.
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