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Who is the Berkshires’ “Man of Stone”?

A century and more ago, a great many Berkshire structures were built with locally quarried marble, and the elements have now sometimes eroded even the hardest varieties. Faced with crumbling stone, property owners need a combination artist and engineer, a… Read More

The Filomena–The devil (and the beauty) is in the detail of an Italianate mansion

On the day that Nick Spain and Michael Bolognino began restoring an aging, magnificent house, they didn’t think about how daunting the job would be. They just kept going. In the span of more than two years, they were learning… Read More

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

Coronavirus (COVID-19) info links

Please take special care, we wanted to share some resources to best address your questions and concerns, and to keep you updated on what is happening. Nuvance Health (Danbury Hospital, New Milford Hospital, Norwalk Hospital) is keeping the communities informed… Read More

Bedford Magazine – March/April Issue 2020

Semper Fi–serving his fellow veterans February 21, 2020 Honored as one of the Grand Marshalls of the 2019 Veterans Day Parade in New York City, former Marine Captain, Zachary Iscol, is the real deal. Semper Fi. He served from 2001… Read More

Fairfield Magazine – March/April Issue 2020

This issue is full of important intriguing stories. From Vaping to Tiny Homes to Pollinators to our Green Awards winners. ~Editor Robin H. Phillips THIS ISSUES CONTAINS MANY TERRIFIC ARTICLES, INCLUDING: The Vape Escape–Communities Confront an Epidemic February 18, 2020Read More

Three Twelves Farm–Eco-conscious renovation revives glorious Historic House

Several years ago Daniel Frisch spent the morning looking at properties without much success. He was going to be late for his golf game, but there was one more property and since it was near the club he really wanted… Read More

His Place–The ‘man cave’ done in style

The term “man cave” conjures a testosterone-laden lair, devoted to TV sports (usually with a particular team over-represented in the decorating plan), darts (or horseshoes, batting cage, golf net, etc.), cards, and drinking—or some combination thereof. There are definitely many… Read More

Ten Minutes With the Musical Director of the Ridgefield Chorale

Daniela Sikora learned the hard way that if she isn’t making music, she isn’t happy. The former opera singer, who started on her musical path at the age of six, took a 17-year detour working in a lucrative career as… Read More

Ten Minutes with a Sustainable Shipping Entrepreneur

Robert Kunkel is a marine engineer who hopes to use shipping to reduce the cost and congestion related to transporting goods. He and wife Marilyn opened Harbor Harvest on Cove Avenue four years ago to establish relationships with food producers.… Read More

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