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SoNo Comes North

It has all the characteristics of a hip and happening eatery. It’s down a side alley, with stylish, authentic decor, and a bustling bar scene, appealing menu, and professional service. Tablao Wine Bar & Restaurant has all that, achieving this… Read More

We’ve Got Answers – What’s the history of the Norfolk Music Shed?

Like a wooden siren, the Norfolk Music Shed on the grounds of the Yale Summer School of Music lures thousands of visitors each summer to hear music presented by various artists. The Music Shed was designed by famed architect E.… Read More

We’ve Got Answers – Where can I go for some self-care?

Let’s face it. In order to operate at our optimum level—it’s important to take care of ourselves emotionally, physically, and mentally. One could argue that a little self-pampering kills all three of those birds with one stone. Here in Litchfield… Read More

Gault Hosts Healthy Homes: Green & Sustainable Solutions – June 26

Wine reception and presentation Gault Family Companies has been serving communities in Fairfield County for more than 150 years. They are hosting an informative free event on green and sustainable solutions to help you achieve a healthier home. You are… Read More
Fran Weissler

Behind the Scenes – From Broadway to Waccabuc

“We chose to move out here to get rid of the tension of New York City—which I adore, by the way,” recalls Fran Weissler, of the weekend home she shares in Waccabuc with her husband and business partner, Barry. “When… Read More
The Nivolos

A Lifelong Love — For this couple, Water is the Common Ground

The Nivolos are avid anglers. Heck, one of their first dates was a fishing excursion. Jesse grew up in the outdoors fishing and hunting with his dad Jim, as did his wife, who gladly tagged along with her parents Andy… Read More
Litchfield Heart-of-Town

Litchfield Celebrates its 300th Anniversary

It all began back in 1719 when the town was first established by John Marsh and John Buell. Land was set aside for just three buildings: the Congregational church, a school, and a house for the minister. And a town… Read More

Ten Minutes With a Teen Activist — Kian Tortorello-Allen

Kian Tortorello-Allen is an 18-year-old trans senior at Fox Lane High School who is an LGBTQ and racial equity activist. A Mount Kisco native, he is active with Fox Lane’s Gender Sexuality Race Alliance (GSRA) and on the national level… Read More
Mah-Jongg

Mah-Jongg Mania

It began with a small gathering of curious folks, and then the word spread. After a few years, the Bedford-based group totaled 220. The enthusiasts aren’t “ladies who lunch,” and they don’t “do coffee” unless their shared time includes four… Read More

Straight Outta Brooklyn – Hipsters eye Pound Ridge as a compelling next move

Stop by The Kitchen Table in Scotts Corners, and you’ll undoubtedly meet a recent import from Brooklyn Heights or Williamsburg, drawn to the popular café by the best cup of coffee in town. “Brooklynites pride themselves on being adventurous,” says… Read More
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