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Three Heartwarming (And Easy) Winter Recipes

Three Heartwarming (And Easy) Winter Recipes »

By: Chef Ron Hook

Traditions are the antichange—things we can count on and memories that are relived through, among many things, holiday meals, including the leftovers. I dare... more

Holiday on the Shoreline

Holiday on the Shoreline »

By: John Gaffney

There’s a scene in the classic movie ‘Christmas in Connecticut’ where Robert Shayne tells Barbara Stanwyck that she has to go arrange her Christmas visit... more

Ann Nyberg’s Top Shoreline Fashion Artisans

Ann Nyberg’s Top Shoreline Fashion Artisans »

By: Ann Nyberg

  Most Shoreline resident know that WTNH Ann Nyberg is a boutique owner in Madison. Her store is called “Annie Mame” at Domestic Possessions, and... more

Boutique Freaque: Some Great Boutiques of the Connecticut Shore

Boutique Freaque: Some Great Boutiques of the Connecticut Shore »

By: Staff

  One of the things that makes the Shoreline a shopper’s paradise is the amount of boutiques that line village greens, Route 1, and the side streets.... more

Books: Ten Best Reads To Keep You Warm This Winter

Books: Ten Best Reads To Keep You Warm This Winter »

By: R. L. Julia

  FICTION The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman Once I finish reading a book I enjoyed, I sort of stroke the cover—as if to tuck it... more

Local Wheels: Check Out This Gorgeous 1953 MG Convertible

Local Wheels: Check Out This Gorgeous 1953 MG Convertible »

By: Staff

There’s something about the Shoreline that attracts classic cars and car collectors. One of them is Bob Paulson, a Killington resident who recently won... more

LIFE AND THE PINK SLEIGH

LIFE AND THE PINK SLEIGH »

By: John Gaffney

Pay attention to that Christmas shop. It might be important someday. Not everybody who lives on the Shoreline is from the Shoreline. That’s what makes it... more