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May-June 2011

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We've Got Answers

Zee Burger delivers the goods, shakes included

After making a name for herself as owner of Woodbury's Good News Cafe, Carole Peck and French husband, Bernard Jarrier, open their own family-friendly burger joint--Zee Burger.

It's No Mystery

High atop a narrow, tree-shrouded driveway in Kent is Otto Penzler’s country estate—a literary landmark for its vast, one-of-a-kind private library. Penzler specializes in mystery, espionage, and adventure fiction—the most popular genre among readers. As the house comes into view, I feel as though I’ve stepped into the pages of one of his most enthralling titles.

Ten Minutes with Sheila Nevins

Sheila Nevins is president of documentary and family programming for HBO and Cinemax. During her tenure she has produced some 500 documentaries, garnering virtually every major screen award including 71 Emmys, 15 Oscars, and 25 Peabodys. She was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame in 2000.

Back & Forth: Nancy Kissinger

Long-time aide to New York Gov. Nelson Rockerfeller, Nancy Kissinger, and husband Henry Kissinger, now make their homes in New York City and in Kent.

Daffodil Dance

Mud season is barely over and already John Morosani, owner of Laurel Ridge Grass Fed Beef, is fielding calls. “I’ll be in the middle of moving the herd and my cell phone will ring and it’ll be somebody asking if they’re up yet," says Morosani.

Email Alert

Eight must-know tips to follow before you hit send
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