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July-August 2011

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In This Issue

Say Om

Since the turn of the century, both the lofty, literary set and the hiking-boot–clad, tie-dyed T-shirt crowd have been making pilgrimages to the Berkshires, drawn by its rich arts and culture and its pristine lakes and woodland

The New Meat

A hip New York chef calls them “sexy.” No, they are not talking about succulent patés or sinful chocolate soufflés. They are talking about vegetables.

The Next Patriarch?

“I’m sure there will be a Kennedy back in Congress in a couple of years.” Having made that statement, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is hardly surprised by the follow-up question. “Might that be you?”


Don’t laugh, but I’m terrified of spiders, especially when I can see the whites of their eyes

By a Hair

Adam Broderick, owner of the salon and spas that bear his name in Ridgefield and Southbury, is a much sought-after consultant to beauty-industry giants like Proctor & Gamble, Ulta, and Clairol.

Artful Corner

Strolling up the winding, gravel driveway to Charlotte and Angelos Camillos’ home in the remote “horse country” of Ridgefield bordering North Salem, guests feel as if they are walking into an artist’s dream.

Born to Win

When Morgan Cotter signed up for her first triathlon three years ago, she had never biked more than 20 miles in her life.

On the Outs

A list of Ridgefield eateries with outdoor dining.

good eats, good health

Chef Michael Williams is The Perennial Chef. He owns the namesake store with his sister Leslie and Françoise Jarry.

Ten Mintes with Alyson Baker

On July 5 Alyson Baker takes over as executive director of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, a position held by Harry Philbrick for the last 15 years.
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