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Ten Minutes with Santa Claus

Santa Claus is the hardest-working man in the world. For longer than anyone can remember, Santa Claus, or Saint Nick to close friends, has been an indefatigable bearer of gifts and bringer of good cheer. Norwalk Magazine caught up with… Read More

Senator Bob Duff’s App-titude

From traffic to policy pronouncements, Connecticut State Sen. Bob Duff has built a social-media presence that springs him into the realm of leading local influencer. We sat down for a chat. Describe yourself in 140 characters. // I love Norwalk.… Read More
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Berkshire 25 Nominations

Berkshire Magazine is proud is celebrate The 25 Most Creative, Most Dedicated and Most Influential individuals in our town. Deadline: July 1, 2020 – Honorees featured in the September issue of Berkshire Magazine Click for nomination form      … 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

Less Is More — Local parenting experts weigh in

Parents, stop hovering over your child or mowing down every obstacle. According to three local parenting gurus, the latest parenting trend is “less is more.” That means a reduction in rescuing/coddling, fewer activities, and even fewer items in your home.… Read More

Ten Minutes with–a Notable Fairfielder in politics and real estate–Jill Kelly

Jill Kelly is a lifelong resident who now lives in Sturges Ridge. Kelly enjoyed a 26-year career in both local politics and real estate. She has been engaged in the community in many roles, including being a member of the… Read More
Healing the Mother Daughter Relationship

From Tension to Tenderness — healing the Mother Daughter relationship

It’s been said that one of the toughest relationships in the world is the one between mothers and adult daughters. I can vouch for that. My daughter, Laurie, and I love each other but in the past I drove her… Read More

Learning for Life–Pushing past fear for lifetime enrichment

The first time Gini Fischer stepped into a four-person shell as part of a rowing crew, she was 54 years old and not entirely confident. “At first it was disconcerting,” she says. “No one knew what they were doing.” Fischer… Read More
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