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September-October 2011

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In This Issue

What to Wear

The Good Stuff

Located inside Southport's Delamar Hotel, Artisan promises American classics as you've never tasted them before.

Sound Central

Bob and Suzanne Wright’s Southport home overlooks the first hole of the prestigious Country Club of Fairfield, where it catches the shimmer of Long Island Sound and frames picturesque Southport Harbor and the village beyond.

Express Yourself

Like many mothers in town, I spend a lot of time in my car. Which means I spend a lot of time looking at the back of other people’s cars. Is it just my imagination, or have bumper stickers been gaining in popularity recently?

Curtain Calls

On September 25, the Fairfield Museum and History Center debuts “Bravo”, an exhibit that will run through March 18, celebrating regional theater in Fairfield County.

We've Got Answers

All you want to know about Fairfield's first female-only triathlon and experiences in colonial times.

Kiteboarding Champ Gets Wheels

Two Fairfield natives are giving a whole new meaning to the term road trip.

Whole Facts

Interesting facts about the recently opened Whole Foods Market.

Don't Leave Home...

We asked notable locals, "What's the one piece of clothing that you just can't do without?"

Fish Out of Water

James Prosek is a local boy who blossomed from child prodigy—at seven he painted exquisite birds—into the accomplished naturalist/artist/author he is today at 36.

Ten Minutes with John Petillo

Dr. John Petillo will be formally installed as Sacred Heart University’s sixth president on September 17.

House Hunters

Neighbors and friends tease Ed and Betsy Ryan about their migratory habits. “The joke has always been that every time we have a kid, we move,” says Betsy.

Hot for Teacher

Leading classes by day, these fitness and dance instructors set fashion by night.

Remembering 9/11

Nearly 3,000 people were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the effect of which rippled to communities far and wide. Fairfield, just 60 miles from Ground Zero, was among these areas. On this tenth anniversary, a responder and victim’s family member, both Fairfielders, shared their memories of the events that unraveled that chaotic day.

Bucking the Tide

Scores of non-profit organizations facing cut-backs in support due to the economic downturn have had to turn to a range of new and innovative programs for getting donors to dig deeper. We looked around the region to see how groups are responding. Here is a review of how three non-profits have dealt with adversity.
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