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Rediscovering South Norwalk

Rediscovering South Norwalk »

By: Rachel Precious

Hovering at a stoplight, overpassing the Norwalk River, I revel in the familiarity of South Norwalk and wonder what to uncover about this well-known... more

Challenge & Perseverance lead to growth at King School

Challenge & Perseverance lead to growth at King School »

By: Staff

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The Hartford Boat Show

The Hartford Boat Show »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Life is better with a boat. It may be frigid in New England, but everyone in the region knows that boating season really starts now. How do we know? The... more

Makeup Tips for the Mamas

Makeup Tips for the Mamas »

By: Ashley Nicole Gardner

Raising babies is tough. Mamas deserve to look and feel pretty. Let’s be honest some days we walk out of the house looking like a hot mess but some days we... more

Coastal Connecticut Mom – “Winter is Coming” continued…

Coastal Connecticut Mom – “Winter is Coming” continued… »

By: Kim Crowley

Photo Credit: Confetti and lights photography. I don’t know about you but as the seasons change and the weather gets colder and darkness sets in around... more

Coastal Connecticut Mom is Thankful for…

Coastal Connecticut Mom is Thankful for… »

By: Audrey Kuchen

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Coastal Connecticut Mom –  “Winter is Coming”

Coastal Connecticut Mom –  “Winter is Coming” »

By: Audrey Kuchen

If you watch Game of Thrones you know "Winter is Coming" is a motto of warning... and vigilance. If you are a parent living in Connecticut "Winter is... more

Where’s the Autumn Color? Foliage Secrets of Connecticut

Where’s the Autumn Color? Foliage Secrets of Connecticut »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

At this time of year leaf peepers endure traffic winding up through northern New England, seeking America’s best foliage. They could save fuel and... more

The Red Skye Foundation – A Better Day Tomorrow

The Red Skye Foundation – A Better Day Tomorrow »

By: Melissa Waldron

Ever heard of the ancient mariners' rhyme, 'Red sky at night, sailor's delight?' It refers to the color of an evening sky that predicts clear sailing the... more

The House that Social Media Built

The House that Social Media Built »

By: Rob Marchese

Imagine “crowdsourcing” the interior design of select homes; inviting social media friends to vote on the best looks and then see their wishes come to life... more

Visit Spectacular Old Saybrook, Connecticut

Visit Spectacular Old Saybrook, Connecticut »

By: Rob Marchese

At four centuries old, the charming seaside town of Old Saybrook has evolved into an amalgamation of all that is spectacular about the Connecticut... more

A Collegial Spirit Uplifts Young Scholars at The Williams School

A Collegial Spirit Uplifts Young Scholars at The Williams School »

By: Owen McDonald

Small School. Big Impact. Students in grades 6–12 walk into school listening to history teacher Mr. Emanuel’s daily music selection blaring from the... more

Connecticut’s Most Haunted Places

Connecticut’s Most Haunted Places »

By: Tom Soboleski

In search sinister graveyards and scary apparitions That ancient pagan holiday celebrating all things macabre is upon us. Halloween, feast of ghouls and... more

Foliage Secrets of Connecticut

Foliage Secrets of Connecticut »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

  At this time of year leaf peepers endure traffic winding up through northern New England, seeking America's best foliage. They could save fuel and... more

Love and Sex in the Age of Big Data

Love and Sex in the Age of Big Data »

By: Sherri Daley

Love and Sex in the Age of Big Data A look at sex stats, including a survey of Coastal Connecticut readers "Try to pose for yourself this task," wrote Fyodor... more

Behind the Wall of Sleep

Behind the Wall of Sleep »

By: Tom Soboleski

Tossin', Turnin' and our obsession with ZZZs I kicked the blankets on the floor; turned my pillow upside down...went to the kitchen for a bite...I jumped back... more

Simply Stonington

Simply Stonington »

By: Owen McDonald

The historic shoreline treasure of Stonington still shines I recently had the pleasure of joining an old-fashioned parlor chat in a lovely Connecticut home.... more

Holiday Decorating Tips for Hipsters

Holiday Decorating Tips for Hipsters »

By: Elyse Major

Ah, the holiday season. The fervor, the sweaters, the panic, the joy, the aftermath—and it all moves faster than a high-speed Acela. Oddly enough, once the... more

Neil Young, Jay Z, and the Quest for Hi-Res Audio

Neil Young, Jay Z, and the Quest for Hi-Res Audio »

By: Owen McDonald

Neil Young and Jay-Z make an odd duet. The disparate musical icons are loosely united (with many others) by a quixotic crusade to restore the depth and clarity... more

Finders Keepers

Finders Keepers »

By: Sherri Daley

Found Objects Art Thrives in Connecticut Perhaps it is because they’re closer to the ground, but little kids see things we grown-ups often miss: a... more