Nicholas Giacomini said he relived important moments with his mentors while writing his memoir.   David Briggs

So much in Nicholas Giacomini’s life is entwined with Toby’s Feed Barn. As the grandson of its founder, he got his first job there. It was where he married his wife, Amanda, and where the couple built a yoga studio. This fall, it was also the venue for the release party for the 37-year-old hip . . .

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