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by Stephen Kaye in Features
Mon Sep 19th, 2016

Photos by Stephen Kaye

A family portrait: Rameses II with his children. One of the more intimate portraits captured in stone at the Turin Egyptology Museum....

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Mon Sep 19th, 2016

Torino (Turin) is opening up to travelers. Besides the Slow Food Festival whose white tents line the main square and several streets, there is the Mito September Music Festival with...

Cuisine of the Future
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Sep 19th, 2016

A tongue-in-cheek sandwich appreciation event took place with the solemnity of a major academic conference at the Wassaic Project auction barn over the weekend. Powerpoints, music videos, voicemails, literary treatises, a fashion...

by Carola Lott in Features
Tue Sep 13th, 2016

The terrible heat and humidity we have been suffering suddenly gave way to one of the most glorious days of the summer just in time for the Tracey Mactaggart Polo...

by Marcia deVoe in Features
Sun Sep 11th, 2016

High temperatures did not stop Millbrook residents from turning out for Community Day, a yearly celebration set up by the Millbrook Business Association.  The farmer’s market was moved to Church...

by Carola Lott in Features
Sun Sep 11th, 2016

Who would have thought that tucked away at the end of a long driveway off Route 82 in Stanfordville lies Bear Creek Farm, Debra Kaye’s home and the site of...

by Zephyr Teachout in Features
Thu Sep 8th, 2016

In a personal essay published on Medium.com, Zephyr Teachout shared her back to school memories and best wishes for students as they return for another year of learning.

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by Stephen Kaye in Features
Thu Sep 8th, 2016

Thu Sep 8th, 2016

The sea is calm. It is not wine dark today. It is more like a Picasso blue. It can be wine dark at sunset when the...

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