WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2016

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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20 152 16 16 The Green Scene Discover the perfect maples for your yard to provide beautiful fall colors and interest- ing foliage. 20 10 Tips for Helping You Climb Out of a Rut Are you bored with the same old routine? Follow our tips for new and interesting ways to enrich your daily life. 26 Inbox Get the latest on the people who make things go in community businesses and read about important events in Wellesley and Weston. 42 Forum Readers speak out on issues of importance to them. In this issue, Karen Mariscal and Cathy Boyle discuss the pressing need to think creatively about how to provide alter- native housing options for our special needs and elderly residents. contents departments fall 2016 M A U R A W A Y M A N 136 Business The Andelman brothers of Phantom Gourmet fame credit their father's influence as the secret to their success. 144 Fitness & Health Local experts weigh in on the symptoms of, and treatment options for adults with ADHD. 152 Family Matters Should you allow your child to play football? Local parents, coaches, and physicians offer valuable advice. 162 Education Celebrating 50 years in continuous opera- tion, Wellesley's Saint John School leads a new generation of faith-based education. 170 Artist Profile Highfield Hall & Gardens in Falmouth is the exclusive location outside Japan this year for "Kanreki: A 60 Year Journey," a contem- porary Japanese printmaking exhibition. 180 Books Wellesley's Keri Claiborne Boyle gives a dog a tone in Teddy the Dog, her first picture book for children. 186 Food & Wine Local chefs share their secrets for creating healthful school lunches. 192 About Town Wellesley and Weston residents attending noteworthy events throughout Greater Boston. 206 Last But Not Least This page gives our readers the opportunity to express themselves creatively with writ- ing, art, and photography. In this issue, Wellesley's Liz Sower provides an excerpt from "The Dump Swap," one of the spooky tales featured on her popular blog. M E D I A B A K E R Y M E D I A B A K E R Y

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