Letters to the Editor
As a huge fan of Rob Thomas’s music, I was so excited to see the feature on him in the June issue. I had no idea he lived in Bedford, so close to home! His descriptions of his rise to fame and of his personal life brought me face to face with one of my favorite artists. And now, I can go driving around Bedford in the hopes of catching a glimpse of him!
– Mara Goldstein, Scarsdale
I must say I always wondered how some chefs keep slim (goodness knows, many don’t). So I just loved your article about “The Skinny Men in White.” What I particularly liked is learning about James Kelly, who seems to eat like a growing 14-year-old. God! If his food wasn’t so darn good, I would hate him. But for now, I can only wonder, why did he get the skinny genes and I didn’t?
– Ethel Davis, Ossining
Your May issue was full of interesting, diverse articles. But the annual golf guide was the most informative. Good job on a comprehensive review.
– Charles Cumpston, Fort Lee, NJ
The End of the Road
I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed your piece on “The End of the (Dirt) Road.” It brought back so many wonderful memories of traveling to my grandparents’ farm in Maryland. Once we left the paved road, we had to travel down this dirt road. Just passing onto that dirt road from the paved road put us into a different mood and mindset. The charm of dirt roads today is that they bring us back to a simpler and gentler time and place.
– MJ Whitmore, Chadds Ford, PA
Oops! In our previous issue, we mistakenly said that Get Your Fitness on Boot Camp costs between $89/mo and $100/mo. The correct price ranges from $89/mo to $199/mo.
Also, we mistakenly said that the New York State Renaissance Faire runs through September 15. The Faire actually takes place weekends from August 6 to September 25
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