The latest issue of Rye Magazine – a slick glossy mag about our fair city – is hitting Rye mailboxes this week. The inaugural issue was published back in February of last year. Happy first birthday.
The issue includes the "Town Hall" column by MyRye.com publisher Jay Sears about "Rye Lifers". See page 33.
You will see four profiles of Rye Lifers – Michael Clay Johnson, Jim Dianni, Kate Tiedemann and Jim Amico – residents who have spent the majority of their lives in Rye. We will also run these profiles on MyRye.com in the coming weeks. We had a lot of fun with this one – you will find these profiles are a real celebration of these individuals and of the city we all call home.
Are you a Rye Lifer?
Have you spent most of your life living in Rye? Do you have a lifetime of memories of Rye High School, Playland and other special Rye places? Maybe some memories about the emergence of some of the venerable Rye institutions such as the Rye Arts Center and the Rye Nature Center? Or maybe memories about some of the Rye teachers and Rye PD that kept you out of trouble and on the right track…
MyRye.com wants YOU. Well, we want to interview you.
Contact us or leave a comment below with your suggestion of any great funny, serious, genuine or otherwise entertaining Rye lifer MyRye.com should profile. We need your name, email, phone and one or two sentences about you or your lifer recommendation.
Then we'll be in touch. Rye lifers will appear on MyRye.com.