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November-December 2011

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In This Issue

Her Amazing Grace

Judy Collins is still changing the world one song at a time

Ten Minutes with Gary Lichtenstein

Gary Lichtenstein is an anomaly in the art world. A Ridgefield resident for ten years, Lichtenstein is well known for his own works of color expressionism but is also a highly sought-after screen print (better known as silk screen) artist who has collaborated with world renowned artists including Robert Indiana, Robert Cottingham, and Charles Hinman. Lichtenstein’s work has been shown everywhere from MoMA to exclusive private collections.

Driven to Survive

My 17-year-old son Ben couldn’t wait to get his driver’s license. That little holographically enhanced, laminated ticket to freedom is every kid’s dream—and every parent’s nightmare.

Gift of Thrift

Tucked away on Catoonah Street, Ridgefield’s Thrift Shop has sold donated treasures for 75 years. Originally created to support the Visiting Nurse Association, the store was not considered an independent non-profit until 1946

First to Harvest

On Tre

Contemporary American cuisine is served with a twist at this boutique-style Ridgefield eatery.

Small is Beautiful

In her early 70s, Peggy Thomas is an accomplished ceramicist, who decided to downsize from her 4,700-square-foot Ridgefield home. “Finding a home for Peggy was fun but a challenge,” said realtor Terry Cigno. “We needed to incorporate all her passions into a smaller space with a ceramics studio, room for her grandchildren, and a small garden. I thought Tom Litwin would listen to Peggy, and help her realize her vision.”
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