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Poem: Lament of the Wayfarer

Poem: Lament of the Wayfarer »

By: Leslie Browning

  When the day comes And I at last clear this dense wood, I shall meet you on the other side. When the day comes And my path comes back to the... more

Against the Tide: Mike Stryker

Against the Tide: Mike Stryker »

By: Staff

Meet Mike Stryker of New London. By day, he’s a Financial Advisor at UBS and by lunchtime and weekends, owner of Spindrift Guitars, one of the shoreline’s... more

The Bee and Thistle

The Bee and Thistle »

By: Fay Abrahamsson

Like the perfect cocktail, the Bee & Thistle Inn has created just the right mix of antique quaintness and modern hospitality in a historic, 1756-era... more

Great Tools for Great Writers

Great Tools for Great Writers »

By: Staff

Feeding the soul of a writer can be arduous. We need all the help we can get. Creating a Writing Life PatriciaAnnChaffee.com... more

Writers’ Workshops

Writers’ Workshops »

By: Sherri Daley

Maybe it is the memories the change of pace that brings us there the sense of vacation maybe the smell of the place the sights of the gulls, the dunes, the... more

New Deal on Lyme Disease

New Deal on Lyme Disease »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

Braving nasty, needle-sharp thorns on invasive Japanese barberry shrubs that sometimes grow taller than his own sixfoot-eight-inch frame, Guilford’s Scott C.... more

Farm to Table: Fresh Food Served Daily

Farm to Table: Fresh Food Served Daily »

By: Melinda Tuhus

The concept of restaurants bringing in the freshest local food they can find from area farms has been around for a few decades, but it has exploded in... more

Wasabi-Buttered Steam-Grilled Trout

Wasabi-Buttered Steam-Grilled Trout »

By: Staff

Recipe courtesy of Chef Jerry of Atlantic Seafood Market in Old Saybrook Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 4 whole trout, gutted* 8 T salted butter, softened 1 T... more

The Shoreline’s Secret Trout Culture

The Shoreline’s Secret Trout Culture »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

Year in, year out. Sure as the sun will rise. On the third Saturday of April, at 6 a.m. sharp, a barrage of live bait, lures, and imitation flies hits the... more

Seven People to Watch

Seven People to Watch »

By: John Gaffney

The seven people gathered here represent nominations from Coastal Connecticut readers as well as our own research. The criteria: Someone who represents the... more

Zane and the Art of Cycling

Zane and the Art of Cycling »

By: Bob Woods

Zane’s Cycles in Branford is putting a unique spin on art. For the past several years, the self-proclaimed “world-famous” retailer of high-end bicycles... more

Triple Palate Play

Triple Palate Play »

By: Bob Woods

Stephen Clemente found an appropriately tasteful way to honor his full-blooded Italian grandmother on her 100th birthday three years ago. He opened Extra... more

Climate Change Hits Close To Home

Climate Change Hits Close To Home »

By: Bob Woods

Alex Felson is not interested in debating the politics of climate change or global warming. As an assistant professor at Yale University since 2009 and... more

Fighting the Good Fight

Fighting the Good Fight »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

Most Thursday nights, Arthur Blair, 53, is on the mat at Green Hill Martial Arts in Killingworth, throwing around black belts and teaching them the intricacies... more

Riding on Cloud Nine

Riding on Cloud Nine »

By: Maelina Frattaroli

The popular subscription box model has become an alluring trend. After seeing the joy that a beauty company brought them every month, Lisa Kennally and sister,... more

Growing Up on the Block

Growing Up on the Block »

By: Mark Kersteen

On May 22, 2014, Writers Block Ink celebrated its 10-year anniversary. From humble beginnings at its founder’s kitchen table, the Block has gone on to change... more

The Last of the Fleet

The Last of the Fleet »

By: Mark Kersteen

While Little Narragansett Bay holds one of Connecticut’s only remain- ing fishing and lobstering fleets, fish and fishermen are still essential to the... more

One Nation United Under Whiskey

One Nation United Under Whiskey »

By: Maelina Frattaroli

Seth Klaskin. Career background in law. Based in Guilford. Jewish. Has a passion for bottling fine and rare scotch. Go figure. “It was a dark and stormy... more

ON THE RASTA-LIKE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING TO LOCAL RADIO

ON THE RASTA-LIKE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING TO LOCAL RADIO »

By: John Gaffney

I love the radio. Always have since I was a kid. Although this will surrender my age in fossil carbon-dating terms, I remember listening to the Top 10 every... more