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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20 The Green Scene Did you know that many of the herbs you grow for you culinary needs might also benefit your health? Ruth Furman discusses a few of them. 24 10 Tips for Finding the Coolest Spots in Town this Summer We consulted nature lovers for suggestions of where you can enjoy the outdoors even on the steamiest days of summer. 28 Inbox Get the latest on the people who make things go in community businesses and read about important events in Wellesley and Weston. 48 Forum Readers speak out on issues of importance to them. In this issue, Wellesley resident Eileen Brackenbury points out the need for a Demolition Review Bylaw. 138 Business Get to know three local family businesses that maximize family harmony with business success. 146 Fitness & Health Find out how locals are pedaling their way to a healthier lifestyle. 152 Good Works Good Sports is well equipped to help young athletes realize their dreams. 160 Education The Wellesley Chinese Language School aims to increase multicultural awareness in Wellesley and surrounding towns. 166 Artist Profile Award-winning painter Jean Wiecha creates striking, large-scale landscapes and intimate portraits. 174 Books Escape from Saigon, a novel by Michael Morris and Wellesley's Dick Pirozzolo, follows the lives of two foreign correspondents at the end of the Vietnam War. 182 Local Cuisine Rachel Klein's Needham restaurant, RFK Kitchen, is earning rave reviews. 188 Food & Wine Get recipes and advice on how to make your own summer cocktail party the epitome of laidback revelry. 194 Excursions Our Cape escapes offer plenty of fun-filled activities for children of all ages. 202 About Town Wellesley and Weston residents attending noteworthy events throughout Greater Boston. 202 Last But Not Least This page gives our readers the opportunity to express themselves creatively with writing, art, and photography. In this issue, Ernie Corrigan fondly remembers his weekly trips to the dump as a child growing up in Wellesley. contents departments summer 2017 K I M I A E M A M I 152 J E A N W I E C H A 166 C O U R T E S Y C H A T H A M B A R S I N N 194

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