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    Occupy Wall Street may seem an odd name for a protest movement, yet the mass assembly of angry and frustrated people in downtown Manhattan — and increasingly in other cites around the country — appears to be this...
    When fall arrives, people prepare by decorating their houses and businesses with colorful mums, Indian corn, and orange-tinted fairy lights. Children jump in piles of crunchy leaves, without a thought of the chiggers or ticks...
While the focus of a film festival might be its opening, centerpiece, and closing films, four days is a long time to fill with programming.
    By every indication, it would appear that Steve Haweeli always had a fulfilling life and career. Those who follow his comings and goings on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and foursquare envy even his table-hopping and ocean-...
    Tuesday’s lunch was delayed by a stop at Egypt Beach, where I tried a little surfcasting. October’s early days are among the most enjoyable here, with their easy pace. The office phones ring far less often, the...
Barbara’s Apples and Asian Pears With Radiccho, Mint, and Buttermilk Dressing     This recipe is perfect as a starter or to accompany a roast chicken, duck, or pork.  It is adapted from Suzanne Goin’s “...

Harvest Festival at Ross, Find Your Inner Buccaneer
Who’da thunk Franz Kafka would have said, “All knowledge, the totality of all questions and all answers, is contained in the dog.” Maybe his translator spelled dog backward by mistake. On second thought, perhaps it’s a...

Marjorie Lou Otto of Amagansett died in Indian Harbour Beach, Fla., on Sept. 28. She was 81.