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Coastal Townhouses

Coastal Townhouses »

By: Rob Marchese

“CT Waterfront Living” Townhouse in Downtown Niantic  It’s all in the name: Seaside Village.  Paradise beckons to those who value privacy as well... more

Fall ’19 Concert Preview – CT’s Best Gigs

Fall ’19 Concert Preview – CT’s Best Gigs »

By: Rob Marchese

Summer may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean Connecticut’s music scene is as well.  On the contrary. This fall will see some wonderful live acts... more

Midsummer Men’s Soirée

Midsummer Men’s Soirée »

By: Rob Marchese

The summer months can sometimes pose a challenge when it comes to men’s wear.  It seems that while obligations are plentiful - weddings, work, parties, and... more

Taking the Stage

Taking the Stage »

By: Rob Marchese

    Open mic nights have so often been an underground enterprise.  Rarely are they advertised as much - or attended as often - as feature acts.  Yet the... more

New Haven’s Pardee-Morris House Has it All

New Haven’s Pardee-Morris House Has it All »

By: Rob Marchese

New Haven’s Pardee-Morris House is a veritable haven for cultural events throughout this summer.  From its Twilight Concerts to art exhibits and fit walks,... more

Moxie Bash to Kick off Summer ‘19

Moxie Bash to Kick off Summer ‘19 »

By: Rob Marchese

Madison’s Moxie has become known for its uniqueness.  Shoreline residents were elated when the establishment first opened its doors not too long ago in... more

2019 Summer Concerts – CT’s Best Gigs

2019 Summer Concerts – CT’s Best Gigs »

By: Rob Marchese

Summer is looming.  That means the time to see great live music is fast approaching.  Connecticut’s best venues are teaming with artists from all eras and... more

Men’s Style – Ferrucci’s in New Haven

Men’s Style – Ferrucci’s in New Haven »

By: Rob Marchese

“Ferrucci’s in New Haven - Where Tradition Meets Taste” Walking into New Haven’s Ferrucci’s, you’re greeted right away by all the proof you need... more

The State House Rocks in New Haven

The State House Rocks in New Haven »

By: Rob Marchese

A New Shot of Musical Diversity: New Haven’s The State House Opens its Doors Carlos Wells talks about the New Haven music scene the way an ornithologist... more

Winter 2019 – Connecticut’s Best Gigs

Winter 2019 – Connecticut’s Best Gigs »

By: Rob Marchese

   Pink Floyd’s 1979 album, The Wall, has been lauded over the years as a tour de force, an epic, genre-defying album that encompases all that... more

On the Edge of a Breakthrough

On the Edge of a Breakthrough »

By: Rob Marchese

Photo Credit: Eric Pang When U.S. Army Ranger and Infantry Officer Jon Norton oversaw the safety of his platoon during a high risk mountain operation back in... more

Famous Friends Caught on Film

Famous Friends Caught on Film »

By: Rob Marchese

In a just world, Phil Pessoni would receive the widespread recognition he so deserves.  After all, the man has far more anecdotes than any of us can ever hope... more

Land of July: A Real Life Scandal of Sex & Social Media at a Connecticut High School

Land of July: A Real Life Scandal of Sex & Social Media at a Connecticut High School »

By: Rob Marchese

On an ordinary January afternoon, a disturbing revelation about his wife hurls one man into a maelstrom of public humiliation and heartbreak, and eventually on... more

Penny Lane Pub has a Modest Overhaul

Penny Lane Pub has a Modest Overhaul »

By: Rob Marchese

It’s remarkable what new ownership can do to transform a restaurant.  Aside from the possible facelift or change of menu, it can infuse an entirely new... more

Framing Frenzy: Choice & Charm at Madison’s Wall Street Gallery

Framing Frenzy: Choice & Charm at Madison’s Wall Street Gallery »

By: Rob Marchese

Madison’s Wall Street Gallery knows what it’s doing; they have, after all, been doing it since 1974. With goals that are both modest and lofty - to stand... more

Paul Neri, Guitar Whisperer

Paul Neri, Guitar Whisperer »

By: Rob Marchese

In today’s tech-mad world, the role of the luthier, a maker of stringed instruments including guitars and violins, might appear archaic to some. It seems a... more

Dirt Floor Studios: A Purist’s Haven

Dirt Floor Studios: A Purist’s Haven »

By: Rob Marchese

It’s got the perfect name for grassroots recording: Dirt Floor. The connotation is exactly what owner/operator Eric Lichter wants it to be: gritty,... more

Against the Tide: Michel Boissy – RIPE Here in New Haven

Against the Tide: Michel Boissy – RIPE Here in New Haven »

By: Rob Marchese

Back in 2009 when Michel Boissy and his partner at the time conceived the idea for RIPE, his flourishing Cold-Pressed, High Pressure Craft Juicery out of New... more

Guilford Mooring Finds New Life After a Total Reboot

Guilford Mooring Finds New Life After a Total Reboot »

By: Rob Marchese

The Guilford Mooring might be barely recognizable these days.  Yes, it’s still situated in the same stunning location, adjacent to the Guilford Marina, just... more

Atlantic Seafood Is One Stop Shopping for Seafood Lovers

Atlantic Seafood Is One Stop Shopping for Seafood Lovers »

By: Rob Marchese

Lisa Feinman, owner of Old Saybrook’s Atlantic Seafood, never had dreams of cornering the shoreline’s market on fresh seafood. Like perhaps many small... more