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Up on the Boardwalk for Oyster Arts & Music Festival
Thursday, 18 October 2012 14:55
A Toast to Oktoberfest
The Friends of Rye Nature Center held its annual fall festival October 12 in tented elegance on the grounds of the nature center.
A Little Rye History: The Parsons Family Legacy
Thursday, 18 October 2012 12:30
Countless civic-minded and philanthropic residents have contributed to the development of Rye, helping it to grow from a small colonial settlement in 1660 to an incorporated village in 1904 and then to a chartered city in 1942.
Slice of Rye: Claudine Parisot’s Colorful Palette
Thursday, 18 October 2012 00:00
Claudine Parisot is enjoying a renaissance. Having raised three children, retired from two careers, undergone numerous relocations and renovations, she is on the brink of picking up her painter’s brush full-time.
Oh, Bountiful Night
Friends mixed and mingled at the Meeting House September 22 for a casual farm-to-table gathering celebrating the historic roots of the Bird Homestead and Meeting House.
What a Day at the Jay!
The first hints of fall were in the air for the annual Jay Day September 23.
Storied Lives: Brigitte Sarnoff, from Cancer Survivor to Zumba Queen
Thursday, 04 October 2012 12:14
Every person who walks through the Rye YMCA’s doors has a story to tell.
Downtown People: Discovering Just How Sweet The American Dream Can Be
Thursday, 04 October 2012 12:06
Patisserie Salzburg patrons all know Franzi, the woman behind the counter that constantly replenishes the sweet and savory selections in the glass cases, knows each ingredient in every single confection, and makes a mean swirly, frothy latté.
And Along Came The Spiders
Thursday, 04 October 2012 11:46
Last year I wrote a “backyard” article about why, each year, people start noticing spiders in August and September. No, it’s not because spiders invented the worldwide web!
Day Trippin’: Philip Johnson’s Glass House
Monday, 24 September 2012 12:21
In 1949, the U.S. was emerging from the effects of World War II and just entering an extraordinary period of technological and artistic innovation.
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