Monthly Archives: March 2011

Edward Readicker-Henderson: HAIR ON FIRE

Edward Readicker-Henderson is the recipient of two Lowell Thomas awards. He’s currently working on a book about the edge of the world. My Hudson Valley ghost story begins as an entirely different memory, a scent trigger. Fifth grade, when my … Continue reading

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Margie Goldsmith: BLAZING THE YELLOW TRAIL

Award-winning NYC-based Margie Goldsmith has written about 117 countries on seven continents for national magazines and newspapers. She also blogs travel for huffingtonpost.com. The sun poked through the forest canopy like fingers of God and the wind whispered through the … Continue reading

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Rachel Dickinson: FREDERIC CHURCH AND MY FRIEND HEATHER

Author Rachel Dickinson is the 6th generation of her family to live in Freeville, a tiny village in central New York State. Every morning for the past decade I’ve taken a walk with my neighbor Heather. We walk along the … Continue reading

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Tim Moriarty: VIEWS FROM THE BRIDGE

Timothy Moriarty is managing editor of Wine Enthusiast Magazine in Mt. Kisco. Every time I cross the Henry Hudson Bridge on my way into Manhattan, I make a point of glancing east and west. East you see the Bronx, a … Continue reading

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