The longest “hiking only” footpath in the world traverses through some of Litchfield County’s loveliest and most rugged terrain. The Appalachian Trail (AT) cuts 56 miles through the northwest corner, giving hikers a tour of Sharon, Kent, Cornwall, Falls Village,… Read More
When Selma Miriam and Noel Furie met at a National Organization for Women rally in the 1970s, they never imagined they would team up to create one of the most iconic restaurants in our area, much less become the stars… Read More
Gary and Susie Singer will tell you that his road to proposal over fifty years ago started with a pair of Gary’s pants. Gary, a self-described introvert, was a student at University of Virginia. Susie, an outgoing woman who loved… Read More
Phebe Callaway Wahl was appointed the first-ever executive director of the Bedford Riding Lanes Association in June. An avid rider since the age of seven, she grew up riding with the famous Middleburg Hunt in Virginia. As a member of… Read More
Back in 1964, when Sister Kathleen Fitzgerald, who was then called Sister Assumpta, was reassigned from her post teaching at St. Bernard’s on 14th Street in New York City, she told her mother she was being moved to Bedford. “Bedford,… Read More
Rob Labritz is a champion! It’s the mix of humility, steely confidence, and—simply stated—the best golf game in this region that make him so.
Labritz is 48, lives in Pound Ridge with his wife and two kids, and is coming… Read More
TownVibe / Berkshire Magazine is pleased to host the 6th Annual Berkshire 25 reception and ceremony on Thursday, September 5 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Berkshire 25 reception and ceremony honors a select group of the Most Dedicated, Most Creative, and … Read More
John Mulaney is in his West Village apartment, wiped out at 1 p.m. His dog Petunia is splayed on the wood floor in the next room. The air conditioner is cranked. You’d think they had just completed a half-marathon. Farthest… Read More
Three days before the opening of “One Impulse From a Vernal Wood,” this year’s contemporary sculpture exhibit at Chesterwood, I stepped into the woods and followed the sounds of machines to find artists Rick and Laura Brown. They were in… Read More
Michael Tesoro’s grandmother grew up in Brooklyn where her marinara sauce came to be known as the most delicious, simplest, and truest to the region of southern Italy from which she hailed. Among the myriad Italian grandmothers, it was agreed:… Read More