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Award-winning Harry Moses and his Latest Documentary – “Guilty Until Proven Guilty”

For more than 50 years Harry Moses has been making documentaries and he has no intention of retiring. Nor should he, given the contribution he has made to that genre. His latest on the criminal justice system in Louisiana, Guilty Read More

Ten Minutes with Prima Wellness Founding Director

Jessica Grant, owner of Prima Wellness, was born to be a healer. Originally from Southington, her family placed tremendous value on helping those in need. She’s grown up to become a licensed psychotherapist, an Ayurvedic practitioner, part of the… Read More

Friendsgiving

What’s a nice girl from Indiana doing in Fairfield? Sharing her creativity and myriad talents with others, for one thing. Connie Cusick has spent the past 20 years building her own businesses and creating objects that bring beauty and inspiration… Read More

Keeping Track of Judith McElhone

Those of us who have lived in many places may wonder what our lives would be like if we still lived where we were born. Perhaps instead of being transient citizens with vague recollections of towns prior and fleeting memories… Read More

On the Go–Clinton Kelly Contemplates His Next Challenge

The energizer bunny incarnate, Clinton Kelly is always working and always anticipating his next move. He is one of the most recognizable television personalities thanks to his stints on two amazingly successful shows. He was co-host of “What Not to… Read More

Food Blooms–A Mycologist takes us foraging for mushrooms

Fickle fall weather is hardly a deterrent when it comes to foraging for wild mushrooms; in fact, long spates of damp weather punctuated by warm, sunny spells mean magic for mycologists and weekend foragers alike. “This is prime mushroom season,”… Read More

Playin’ in the Band–Parents Find Their Groove

Like the songs of various birds on a summer morning, it all came together to form sweet music. That is what members of a hastily assembled band heard when they rehearsed for a lark of a performance at a benefit… Read More

Ten Minutes with a Survivor–Mark Koller

Mark Koller is a retired executive. An inspirational teacher. A former Israel Defense Forces soldier. A loving husband, father, and grandfather. An esteemed engineer. An immigrant. An active community member. A holocaust survivor. Of the many ways to describe Koller,… Read More

Knit and Purl–Providing community service one loop at a time

You name it, and a senior citizen can knit it: camouflage wool hats for troops in Afghanistan; lightweight and comfortable breast prosthetics for women; tiny sweaters for penguins caught in oil spills; soft, delicate caps for the newborns of northern… Read More

Parallel Partners–Veterans and horses heal side by side

In the summer of 2018, the team at Endeavor Therapeutic Horsemanship received a letter from a combat veteran. He’d served three tours in Baghdad, Kirkuk, and Tikrit. During his time in Iraq he’d been awarded three Purple Hearts and the… Read More
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