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The Yarn Farmer–An old hobby leads to a new career path

Five years ago, Wilton resident Andrea Dener was happily employed as a television production coordinator and an 18-year veteran at a Stamford-based media company. It was a job she loved. Then, in 2014, the job was gone, and like many… Read More

More Than Stores–The SoNo Collection Mall on I-95

Imagine spending your lunch hour in a light-filled space, surrounded by giant murals hand-painted by local artists while strong wi-fi powers your laptop. A contemporary-art museum, trendy co-working space? No. The mall. The SoNo Collection, which recently opened in South… Read More

Welcome Home–Updated traditions in a new setting

When I was growing up in Florida, we always opened new pajamas on Christmas Eve,” recalls Thalia Stamatelos, a Bedford Hills mother of two. “So I expanded that idea for my own kids. Each year, they get a crate filled… Read More

A Plum Part–Celebrating the season en pointe

Visions of Sugar Plum may  dance in the heads of young ballerinas, but when it comes to staging holiday classic The Nutcracker with local dance students, the role that’s right is sometimes unexpected. Sugar Plum twirls across the stage en… Read More

Ten Minutes With a Songwriter (who has billions of hits!)

Sam Hollander is huge! Make no mistake. Alas, unless you’re really focused on who writes and produces today’s music, you probably don’t know his name. Hollander’s songs have been streamed over four billion times! That’s billion! His biggest hit was… Read More

Second Act–Bruce Sabath on Stage

At 35 it seemed like Bruce Sabath had it all. Harvard undergrad, Wharton MBA. A successful career at American Express. A big house in Bedford. A brilliant and beautiful wife, Karen, remarkably successful in her own Wall Street career. And… Read More

The Christmas Spark–Inspiring a tradition of giving and more

I grew up in the ’70s in a New England duplex, which meant two houses stood side by side, joined in symmetry—unlike Manhattan, where I discovered a duplex apartment features two floors stacked on top of each other, much like… Read More

Power of Being Kind…to Yourself—The Science of Self-Compassion

“’Tis the season to be jolly.” That’s what the song says, but that’s not always as easy as it sounds. Between the days getting shorter, shopping for the “perfect” gift, and family gatherings to attend (or not having gatherings to… Read More

How We Met — Living the Dream

Cindy Zhang was an emergency-room nurse in Shanghai, China, when she met her future husband. It was the 1990s—the era of the one-child rule; the era of limited choices and little freedom. And for Cindy, the American dream was as… Read More

Ten Minutes with A Cyclist and Videographer

Noah Manheimer is co-owner of Enchanted Garden in Ridgefield, where he is director of the school of music, and also acts as a video instructor. In November, an avid cyclist, Manheimer rode 500 miles with Beyond the Team, a… Read More
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