WellesleyWeston Magazine

SPRING 2018

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 The beloved pussy willow reminds us that spring is here. 26 10 Tips for Soothing Your Soul During Vulnerable Times Follow our tips to help manage the stress that comes from simply being human. 30 Inbox Get the latest on the people who make things go in community businesses and read about important events in Wellesley and Weston. 50 Forum Readers speak out on issues of importance to them. In this issue, Phyllis Theermann discusses the connection between air pollution, climate change, and our health. 140 Business Wellesley resident Pam Kubbins explores the world through scarves as the owner of Pam's Pashminas. 146 Good Works A local solution to the global problem of food waste can be found at schools and colleges in our area. 154 Family Matters Get advice on what to do if your child or someone you know is the victim of cyber bullying. 162 Education Wellesley elementary school students explore nature and learn about the environment with a variety of outdoor educational opportunities. 168 Artist Profile Three artists with ties to Dana Hall School showcase their work at the Clever Hand Gallery in Wellesley. 176 Books Architect Patrick Ahearn's book, Timeless: Classic American Architecture for Contemporary Living, describes how he approached some of his favorite projects. 184 Local Cuisine Loyalists pack Bernard's in Chestnut Hill for a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine. 190 Food & Wine Learn to cook like the pros at one of the many cooking classes taught by local chefs. 198 Excursions Jamaica Plain, one of Boston's trendiest neighborhoods, has something for everyone. 208 About Town Wellesley and Weston residents attending noteworthy events throughout Greater Boston. 224 Last But Not Least This page gives our readers the opportunity to express themselves creatively with writing, art, and photography. In this issue, Patty Lenz Bovie shares the story of how her mom broke out of her staid role to pursue a fulfilling career. contents departments spring 2018 A L A M Y 154 N A N C Y R I C H 168 J E F F R E Y K L O F F T 190

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