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Catherine Yeh Henry


Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

“Calm is a super power,” Rachna Clerci, Rainbow Kids-certified yoga teacher, tells her students in the yurt — a tall, traditional tent originating from Central Asia. Located at Healing Waters Center for Yoga in East Aurora, the yurt roots in a lush green nature reserve, surrounded by wildflowers and the rushing waters of Cazenovia Creek. Mini yogis (“yoginis”) stand ins…

Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

Over one third of Americans have tried a form of alternative medicine, spending billions of dollars out of pocket. As mental health and chronic conditions crescendo, some doctors prescribe alternative medicine as a response to conditions ranging from allergies to addiction recovery, replacing pills with less-traditional approaches like acupuncture for pain relief. Yes, …

Buffalo Magazine: Home

Everyone has an opinion about food (organic vs. conventional, local vs. imported, Paleo vs. plant-based, and the list goes on). No matter your school of thought, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) succeeds in getting people more connected with their meals. As magazine subscriptions are to publishers, CSA is to farmers — allowing farmers to sell portions of their prod…

Buffalo Magazine

Marilyn Cappellino is neither a chef nor a teacher. But she is an enthusiast of food and all things family. Plus she has an excellent way with words. “I’m a writer and have been since the 1980s,” said Cappellino of East Amherst. “But I put my career on hold to take care of family. During that period, my grandson, Jonathan, who loved to cook and was turning 6, asked me f…

Buffalo Magazine: Travel

Eleven years ago, former Buffalonian Doug Hopkins and his family lived a comfortable, accomplished cookie-cutter life in Connecticut. Doug was a lawyer for the Environmental Defense Fund and co-founder of their Oceans Program.  His wife, Kyle, was an actress and singer, but focused on raising their daughters, Eliza and Abigail. Doug was passionate about his job, but alw…

It's hard to put a finger on why we liked Rohall's Corner so much.It sits on the corner of Amherst and Reservation streets in Black Rock. It's nondescript. You could drive by without giving it a passing thought.But step inside (actually up a few steps) and it's a whole different scene.A warm wood bar is lit with tealights and surrounded by stools. A retro red leather bumpe…