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Rowing her way to the Olympics

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Two pivotal things must happen over the next year for elite rower Michaela Copenhaver of New Milford to realize her dream of competing in the Olympics in lightweight double sculls. Picture two women in a sliver of a boat, four oars, a burst of heart-pumping speed and, hopefully, the endurance to cover 2,000 meters faster [...]read moreRowing her way to the Olympics

How We Met — Born to Be Together

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What are the chances that two infants born within 17 hours of each other—and who shared the same hospital nursery—would end up sharing their lives? Meet Anne and Walter Beatty, born for each other. Walter arrived first, but only because Anne says that his mom took a short cut by having a C-section. Not so, [...]read moreHow We Met — Born to Be Together

Ten Minutes With the Aldrich Museum Director–Cybele Maylone

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Cybele Maylone has been executive director of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum since September, having previously led UrbanGlass, where she was named to the Brooklyn 100 by Brooklyn Magazine, and before that she held a variety of positions at the New Museum of Contemporary Art. She has a MA in arts administration from Columbia University and [...]read moreTen Minutes With the Aldrich Museum Director–Cybele Maylone

Always Giving Back — Dewey and Paul McNamara

Dewey and Paul McNamara

Like so many philanthropic-minded people, Dewey and Paul McNamara’s names pop up on donor boards all over town. From Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association to the Ridgefield Library to the Boys & Girls Club to Museum in the Streets, this dynamic duo has made meaningful contributions to numerous organizations. A practicing lawyer, Paul was elected chairman [...]read moreAlways Giving Back — Dewey and Paul McNamara

Wilton 25

Wilton 25

We’re proud to celebrate 25 of the most creative, dynamic, generous, and entrepreneurial  individuals that make Wilton such a wonderful place to live. The Wilton 25 Ceremony and Reception is May 2 at 6pm, click for more info and tickets. Andy Schlesinger Four years ago Schlesinger started Wilton Rocks for Food, bringing local musicians together [...]read moreWilton 25

Cemetery Crusader

Until two years ago, the Greenfield Hill Cemetery on Bronson Road defined the word decrepit. Scores of moss-covered tombstones lay scattered in pieces while others were listing precariously. Three-hundred-year-old inscriptions were obscured along with chapters of Fairfield’s history. It took the curiosity of Jeff Taylor to reverse the cemetery’s aging process. Living with his family [...]read moreCemetery Crusader

From Tension to Tenderness — healing the Mother Daughter relationship

Healing the Mother Daughter Relationship

It’s been said that one of the toughest relationships in the world is the one between mothers and adult daughters. I can vouch for that. My daughter, Laurie, and I love each other but in the past I drove her crazy and she frustrated me to distraction. We had good times, fun times, but we [...]read moreFrom Tension to Tenderness — healing the Mother Daughter relationship

Ten Minutes With a Teen Activist — Kian Tortorello-Allen

Kian Tortorello-Allen is an 18-year-old trans senior at Fox Lane High School who is an LGBTQ and racial equity activist. A Mount Kisco native, he is active with Fox Lane’s Gender Sexuality Race Alliance (GSRA) and on the national level with the Gay Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN). Beyond his activism, Tortorello-Allen is a [...]read moreTen Minutes With a Teen Activist — Kian Tortorello-Allen

Wilton 25 Reception and Ceremony — May 2

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Wilton is home to a community of people of all ages, backgrounds, and personalities—residents who take their passions and run with them, creating a diverse, meaningful, compassionate, and spirited lifestyle. From entrepreneurs to activists, these individuals create the foundation that makes Wilton what it is. This Wilton 25 reception and ceremony honors a select group [...]read moreWilton 25 Reception and Ceremony — May 2

Bedford 25 Nominations

Bedford Magazine is proud is celebrate The 25 Most Creative, Most Dedicated and Most Influential individuals in our community (including Bedford, Bedford Hills, Katonah, Mt. Kisco, or Pound Ridge). Deadline: August 1, 2019 – Honorees featured in the Nov/Dec issue of Bedford Magazine Click for nomination form    

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