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by Carola Lott in Features
Fri Aug 5th, 2016

The weekend of August 18-20, more than 80 international leaders will gather for three days at the Kent School to consider and discuss today's most pressing issues. In more than...

by Carola Lott in Features
Mon Aug 1st, 2016

On Friday July 29 eight teams competed on the Mashomack Polo fields in the semi finals of the Nueva Escocia and Eddie Moore Tournament.

In the two semifinal matches of...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Sun Jul 31st, 2016

The surprising and altogether witty centerpiece of this formally laid out garden is just one example of the tongue-in cheek approach that makes Squirrel Hall a delight to visit.  We...

Photos by Pat Ike
Tue Jul 26th, 2016

 

 

The Millbrook Hunt hounds

by Carola Lott in Features
Fri Jul 22nd, 2016

It is hard to believe that little more than 20 years ago it was almost impossible to buy fresh vegetables directly from the farmers that grew them. In fact there...

Heading towards organic (Part two of two)
by Tracy Frisch in Features
Thu Jul 14th, 2016

Getting there

At the onset, Sarah had many constraints. At first, she had to buy feed because she wasn’t on the farm the previous year to make it herself,...

Heading towards organic (Part one of two)
by Tracy Frisch in Features
Wed Jul 6th, 2016

As a youngster on her family’s dairy farm, Sarah Lyons Chase’s life revolved around cows. Despite her love for everything bovine, she never imagined that she would – or even...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Jun 14th, 2016

Our Cuban adventure had two legs.

The first was as followers and supporters of the Bard Conservatory of Music’s orchestra, which performed in two provincial cities before two full days...

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