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Ten Minutes with a Broadway Musical Director

Bryan Perri was musical director for Broadway’s hugely popular Wicked, before turning his talents to Jagged Little Pill, the new musical inspired by the Alanis Morissette album that opens in November. Perri is also resident musical supervisor of ACT, the Broadway-style theatre here in Ridgefield. Perri lives in Ridgefield and is married to… Read More

Ridgefield 25

In the November issue of Ridgefield Magazine, online and at a ceremony on November 23, we celebrate 25 of the most creative, dynamic, generous, and entrepreneurial individuals who make Ridgefield such a wonderful place to call home. Ridgefield Magazine is hosting the 2019 Ridgefield 25 reception and ceremony on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at BMW… Read More

Ridgefield 25 Ceremony Tickets

Ridgefield Magazine is proud is celebrate The 25 Most Creative, Most Talented and Most Influential individuals in our town. This year’s honorees have been selected and will appear in the November issue of Ridgefield Magazine and be honored at a celebration on November 23 at BMW of Ridgefield. Buy tickets here. Thanks for our… Read More

Ridgefield Independent Film Festival (RIFF) – Oct 10-14

2019 RIFF is HERE !  5 Days, 100+ Films, Live Script Competitions, VR Showcase & PARTIES ! ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW ! We have an INCREDIBLE Schedule of AMAZING Films, Events & Parties coming to the Ridgefield Independent FIlm Festival — Thursday, October 10th through Monday, October 14th. You can checkout all of the RIFF… Read More

The World Is Waiting – An annual guide to the area’s diverse selection of private schools

Every year we put together a comprehensive list of the private schools in the area to help arm parents with important information for making decisions on their child’s education. The list is extensive and does include all boys, all girls, religiously affiliated and special needs schools. We hope you find it helpful. Apple Blossom School Read More

Fall Power- Local boutiques show solid seasonal fashions

Autumn is almost here and while it can be a drag to say tata for now to summer sunshine, cooler weather brings great fashionable wardrobe choices. So put away the flip flops, sarongs, and bikinis, and turn your focus to crisp fall fashion. Denim remains a perennial favorite, stylish blouses are still going strong, and… Read More

Modern Love- Design company BassamFellows’ furniture featured on “Billions”

When water from a broken sprinkler damaged much of the historically significant Philip Johnson building, there was considerable debate about what to do about it. Built in 1952, this was the first commercial structure designed by the post-modernist  architect who is well known for his Glass House in New Canaan. The damage was extensive and… Read More

How We Met – If The Pants Fit…

Gary and Susie Singer will tell you that his road to proposal over fifty years ago started with a pair of Gary’s pants. Gary, a self-described introvert, was a student at University of Virginia. Susie, an outgoing woman who loved to party, was working for ATT on the White House account. The two met on… Read More

Round and Round- Meal on Wheels: nearly 25,000 dishes a year

Roll time back 47 years, and duck inside the basement of St. Mary School. It’s 1972, and there are three women, fueled with a $500 grant, preparing meals for those in need. Now roll forward to 2019 and a look at Meals on Wheels––a nonprofit that prepares and delivers food to community members in… Read More

Time Machine- Playing around in a BMW i8

When BMW offered me its i8 Plug-In Hybrid Sportscar to participate in a recent Fairfield County road rally, I immediately knew who to call as my co-driver: Judy Stropus. Like the i8 in a sea of beige boring-mobiles, longtime Ridgefield resident Judy Stropus stands out from her peers. Unless you travel in the motorsports or… Read More

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