WellesleyWeston Magazine


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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contents volume 9 issue 1 10 Publisher's Letter 12 Editor's Letter features spring 2013 < 36 Escape to the Master Bathroom Learn how to transform an ordinary bathroom into a magnificent private oasis. 48 A Life Well-Learned Dr. Sanjiv Chopra shares stories of growing up in India, describes his philosophy of cultivating leadership, and offers practical medical advice. 56 300 Pieces of Weston Trivia In celebration of Weston's 300th birthday, historian Pam Fox presents fun and interesting facts about Weston's illustrious past. 70 Pioneering Doctors Dedicated to Scientific Discovery Thankfully for all of us, there are many scientists, living right here in Greater Boston, advancing science and the commercial application of it to improve human health. 80 Collaborative Divorce Divorce is never easy, but there is another approach to traditional divorce that is proving to be beneficial to many local couples. 88 The Write Stuff Aspiring local authors are finding success with self-publishing. Learn how you can join them. 98 Bid, Buy, Bargain, or Sell Discover how to enter the special world of fine art, antiques, and other collectibles. 114 School Fairs It's the season for school fairs, a time for family fun and community building at its best. cover P E T E R B A K E R photographer Color blooms through the thawing snow with the cheerful message that spring is on the way. corrections (winter 2012/2013) The diamond earrings on page 182 in the Holiday Gift Guide of the winter issue were incorrectly identified. The earrings were courtesy of Shreve, Crump & Low. We apologize for the error.

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