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Making a Movie, In Salisbury

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Harry Bainbridge makes movies. He made one at Hotchkiss
about a cardboard boat race. He made another about discrimination. And now, with a little help from friends and neighbors, he will be making a movie titled “Michael.”
The plot is based, in part, on his own life and is set at Indian Mountain School where he was a student.
A few months before he was born, Bainbridge’s father died aboard Pan Am flight 103, which was exploded by a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland, Dec. 21, 1988. The 9/11 attack, when he was 12 at IMS, was a very disturbing event for him.

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Cafe Giulia Opens, Again

Food: Cafe Giulia
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Robert Willis is a restless fellow with blue eyes, breezy manners and a knack for reinventing himself.
He has been an architect, a photographer, a racer at Lime Rock and a chef. (Yes. A chef in the kind of New York restaurant where customers pay real money for low lights, sausage made of lobster, a whole course in a single teaspoon and the kind of cosseting few people encounter anywhere else in life.)
The trick is to know science. And love art.
Making food, he says, merges the two.

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Experiment, Shop And Meet People

Farmers Markets
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Nettle tea (Urtica Dioica). “Try it,” Ben Schwartz, a farmer from Wassaic, urges. “It’s good for the blood,” he says. “Lowers your cholesterol. Good for allergies, too.”
Barbara Adelberg of Sharon, one of the many people at the Millerton Farmers Market season opener, Saturday, pours a sample of murky, sea-green liquid into a tiny paper cup.
“Hmmmm,” she says.
I try it too.
“Hmmmmm.”
It tastes green, we decide, and figure the mint tea (Mentha Spicata which “cools and soothes aches and upsets”) is an easier swallow.

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Trade Secrets Gets Us Back Into the Garden

Garden Matters
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The beauty of visiting the gardens at Old Farm Nursery on Route 112 in Lakeville is that when you are struck by inspiration, as you inevitably will be, you can do something about it.
The nursery, as its name indicates, is on the site of an old farm. But the barns and fields are now in the service of flora rather than fauna. From fully grown trees to little saplings, from conifers to crabapples and for the do-it-yourself gardener or the weekend showplace, Old Farm Nursery most likely has the exact specimen you need or want.

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