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In all Good Conscience–Investors strive to make a difference

When Time magazine named 17-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg its 2019 Person of the Year, it validated young people across the world who demanded action on climate change. Last year’s massive global climate strike, inspired by the Thunberg-led “school strikes… Read More

Got It Made–Local entrepreneurs and their unique products and services

Norwalk’s cultural landscape provides the ideal environment for entrepreneurs to thrive. Meet three local entrepreneurs. My Blind Bag is so much more than just another subscription box service. Founders and Norwalk natives Melissa White and Jill Dunn (shown above) have… Read More

Wilton’s Best Financial Advisor

Brian Vendig of MJP Wealth Advisors voted the Best Financial Advisor for 2020 by Wilton Magazine readers. Brian Vendig, President and Managing Executive of MJP Wealth Advisors in Westport, has a deep and abiding passion for helping his clients build… Read More

Women Helping Women

At recent networking dinners held by Berkshire Business and Professional Women (BBPW), topics for discussion covered domestic violence (with Hillery Hinds-Maxymillian of the DA’s task force), the role of women in local politics (with Amy Diamond of the Berkshire Committee… Read More

A Tale of Two Women – Bloodroot’s Big Screen Debut

When Selma Miriam and Noel Furie met at a National Organization for Women rally in the 1970s, they never imagined they would team up to create one of the most iconic restaurants in our area, much less become the stars… Read More

Tariff War hits home – Local companies feel the impact and make adjustments

The international trade war that President Donald Trump’s administration began last January rages on, despite months of discussions with various economic partners. As he seeks to renegotiate trade deals and other policies such as immigration, American businesses large and small—including… Read More

Nectar of the Gods – Traveling far and wide for the best wines and olive oil

Jean-François Bizalion has been sourcing olive oil from France, Spain, and Italy for 15 years; it’s the cornerstone on which he and his wife, Helen, modeled their popular French café and market in bustling Great Barrington. “It brings a flavor… Read More

Artistry in Anatomy – A couple schooled in special effects make their mark in medical models

Inside a nondescript building on the stretch of Main Street connecting Great Barrington with Sheffield is a bustling enterprise where thousands of intricate mimetic (“imitative”) medical models have been designed, manufactured, and shipped across the U.S. and to more than… Read More

One-click Camping – Homeowners link with Tentrr to set up glamping sites on their land

Forty million people in the United States alone go camping each year, and together they log a whopping 600 million nights spent sleeping under the stars. Got an itch to go camping in the 413? If so, Berkshire Mountain Hideaway… Read More

Judy’s Place – A vision is brought to life and becomes the center of Washington’s community

In 2013 a small group of civic-minded residents shared a dream to transform the abandoned Vinnie’s Texaco Station in Washington Depot into a park, an events space, and a vibrant community hub. By 2014 the Washington Park Foundation was formed.… Read More
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