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Connection to the Past – Daffodils And Cows With The Morosanis

In 1941, Remy Morosani, eager to start a dairy farm and spread the popularity of Brown Swiss cattle, acquired 120 acres on Wigwam Road. His wife Virginia envisioned rugged ledges sprawling with daffodils and planted 10,000 bulbs. Remy’s commitment to… Read More

Living the Shakesperience – Local Theater Group Sets Foot in Litchfield Hills

Back in 1996 Emil Mattina and Jeffrey Lapham had a mission—to educate and inspire students, families, and theater professionals through the arts. Thus Shakesperience was born—an organization that reveres and encourages a love of William Shakespeare’s work by bringing it… Read More

Peel Me a Grape – The Secret To Centuries As A Family Farm

“Not many people can say they’ve been on a piece of land 235 years,” muses Bill Hopkins with a laugh and a shrug, “My father in law used to say the first 100 years are the hardest.” Bill and Judy… 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

Ten Minutes With – A Bossa Nova Singer

Chrissy Armstrong now croons Portugese lyrics as the lead singer in the Bossa Nova band A Lua Alicia. Growing up in a musical family, Armstrong joined a cappella group in college and was the song leader at her sorority, Music,… Read More

The Lake Effect – A Big Hug For Waramaug

It’s easy to spot Whitney York Lancaster’s house on Lake Waramaug: it’s the one with the Lone Star and the Louisiana state flags hanging on the porch. Whitney, who hails from New Orleans, and her husband, John, who comes from… Read More

25 Most Dedicated, Most Creative, Most Influential

Cara Blazier is a former clinical social worker. A Litchfield resident, she is a trustee of the Oliver Wolcott Library and has served on its Festival Committee for seven years. She volunteers for Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) in… Read More

Still Spectacular

Good News Café, now known as Good News Restaurant & Bar, Is exactly as it’s always been: spectacular. For 24 years Carole Peck has been serving comfort food at the highest level. As one of the early trailblazers in… Read More

The Retail Evolution – Change and thrive, say these three businesses

Since 1950 Craig’s Fine Jewelry has maintained a reputation for fine-quality jewelry and impeccable service. Bill Craig, who has been a longtime driving force behind many downtown events, says, “I just love Main Street Ridgefield.” Yet even jewelry stores are… Read More

Summer Beauty Buzz – Tricks of the Trade to Keep You Glowing and Safe

Surf, sun, and sand are a popular trio until they take their toll on your skin, hair, and face. So we asked some local experts how to keep your looks on the up and up as the temperatures go up… Read More

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