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Master Dollhouse Maker Hits the Big Screen

Rick-Maccione

Rick Maccione of Woodbury could hardly believe it. There he was, in the movies. Well, it wasn’t actually Maccione on the silver screen when he viewed 306 Hollywood at Real Art Ways in Hartford. But his connection to the acclaimed documentary thrilled him as much as if he had a cameo in a “Star Wars” [...]read moreMaster Dollhouse Maker Hits the Big Screen

Powerful One-Woman Show

Kimberly Wilson

When Kimberly Wilson enters a room, you notice. At six feet tall with a commanding voice and the graceful bearing of a royal, how could you not? But when you see her wide smile and hear her warm, distinctive laugh, you quickly realize that she isn’t an intimidating presence at all, just an impressive one. [...]read morePowerful One-Woman Show

“Chopped” champion brings organic gardening to schools

Heather Priest organic gardening

Inch by inch and row by row may be how a garden grows, but across the Wilton School District’s four main schools, their gardens are developing as fast as the students. “We’ve had growing interest in organic gardening across the schools,” says Superintendent Dr. Kevin Smith, while discussing the benefits of the new gardens at [...]read more“Chopped” champion brings organic gardening to schools

Ten Minutes With Michael Fishman – Yankees Assistant General Manager

Michael Fishman New York Yankees

Michael Fishman knows baseball. A native of Fairfield, Fishman joined the New York Yankees in 2005 as the team’s first—and then only—analyst. Today, Fishman is a Yankee assistant general manager, overseeing one of the largest analytics staffs in all of major league baseball. Fishman, a Hopkins and Yale graduate who grew up in the Stratfield [...]read moreTen Minutes With Michael Fishman – Yankees Assistant General Manager

Broadway legend Stephen Schwartz on updating his musical with multi-media, CT locals and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Stephen Schwartz’s Working first hit Broadway in 1977. The original Working is adapted from Studs Terkel’s book and uses actual words of ordinary men and women. In that original show, 26 people—a parking-lot attendant, housewife, schoolteacher, corporate executive, fireman, sailor—talk and sing about their lives, troubles, and joys. The down-to-earth yet elevating musical features songs [...]read moreBroadway legend Stephen Schwartz on updating his musical with multi-media, CT locals and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Ten Minutes With Dick Cavett – A TV Legend

Dick Cavett

Dick Cavett has been a leading cultural voice since the 1950s, as an actor, a writer for Jack Paar’s “Tonight Show,” and eventually creating “The Dick Cavett Show,” where he interviewed everyone from Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon to F. Lee Bailey and Katharine Hepburn. On March 23, Cavett will conduct a live Q&A with [...]read moreTen Minutes With Dick Cavett – A TV Legend

Fashion Designer Joseph Abboud & Daughter Ari tackle a house

Joseph Abbound & Daughter Ari

It’s not as if Joseph Abboud was looking for a new professional challenge. After all, in addition to designing two menswear collections each year, this award-winning creative director was also overseeing both his Madison Avenue store and full-scale, seasonal fashion shows. But then his daughter Ari mentioned that she was interested in flipping a house. [...]read moreFashion Designer Joseph Abboud & Daughter Ari tackle a house

2019 Green Awards

Green Awards

The Green Awards recognize businesses, non-profits, and individuals who are leading the local fight to protect the environment while also creating a sustainable social and economic community. The winners, highlighted here, will be honored at a reception and ceremony, on March 12, at 6 pm, at A Contemporary Theater, Ridgefield. The ceremony is open to [...]read more2019 Green Awards

Stephen Schwartz on Reviving his Tony Nominated Musical – currently showing at ACT in Ridgefield

WORKING is the extraordinary musical from Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz (WICKED) based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book. This world-premiere version of WORKING features new music by Lin-Manuel Miranda (HAMILTON). This live show features multi-media and is at the state-of-the-art ACT in Ridgefield. Click for more info Ridgefield Magazine editor, Geoffrey Morris, talked [...]read moreStephen Schwartz on Reviving his Tony Nominated Musical – currently showing at ACT in Ridgefield

Taste of Fairfield WinterFest–This culinary event returns on Sunday, Jan 27

WinterFest

TownVibe/Fairfield Magazine is proud to bring the Taste of Fairfield to the community once again––this time indoors with WinterFest! Restaurants, specialty markets, winemakers, craft brewers, and others will  serve their signature cuisine and curated cocktails and beverages to foodies and fun-loving folk in the area. Plus great entertainment. The venue is the lavish Brooklawn Country Club, [...]read moreTaste of Fairfield WinterFest–This culinary event returns on Sunday, Jan 27

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