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Designer Donuts

Designer Donuts »

By: Veronica Phobes

It's donut time! The sweet, easily edible, handheld, timeless breakfast food are trending now as cupcakes have in the past. Infusing the favorite morning... more

Rose’s Orchards – 385 years and counting

Rose’s Orchards – 385 years and counting »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

When Robert Rose, his wife Marjorie, and eight children arrived in Massachusetts on the ship "Francis" in 1634, they could never have envisioned that 385 years... more

Mentoring Kids At A Shoreline Landmark

Mentoring Kids At A Shoreline Landmark »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

When Coastal Connecticut Magazine met with Valerie Wiel Wilkins at the Stony Creek Market, she asked if she could be excused for a moment, saying “I just... more

Greenwich Concours d’Elegance

Greenwich Concours d’Elegance »

By: Mark Kersteen

Recognized as one of the premier concours in the country and the largest in the Northeast, Greenwich is unique in that it is two concours back to back.... more

Gales Ferry Native Propels Submarine Legacy into the Future

Gales Ferry Native Propels Submarine Legacy into the Future »

By: M. Dawn Scott

Seaman Recruit Cody Crawford assigned to USS Maryland hails from Gales Ferry, Connecticut and is a 2017 graduate of Ledyard High School who takes on the task... 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

Against the Tide: Jerome Rand Circumnavigating Sailor

Against the Tide: Jerome Rand Circumnavigating Sailor »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Bitter End Yacht Club's (BEYC) beloved watersports director, Jerome Rand, sailed 28,000 miles into an epic, solo non-stop circumnavigation of the globe. His... more

HALLOWEEN, 9/11, and the New England SOUL

HALLOWEEN, 9/11, and the New England SOUL »

By: John Gaffney

It’s Autumn - the quintessential New England season. Foliage. Clean air. Slower pace around the coastline and environs. Football. James Taylor. George... more

The Wild Mushroom Hunter

The Wild Mushroom Hunter »

By: Sherri Daley

Perhaps your idea of a vacation is a river boat trip up Peruvian Amazon, disembarking to explore the dense rain forests with their towering trees and dripping... more

Best Baker in America

Best Baker in America »

By: Karena Garrity

Eighty-one layers of hand-rolled dough, coupled with local butter, baked to perfection daily, create the crispy, flaky delicate crust, which gives way to the... more

Saying Goodbye is Never Easy

Saying Goodbye is Never Easy »

By: Karena Garrity

A three rifle volley solute was fired, the solemn notes of Taps hung in the humid air and salty wet tears flowed freely during the celebration of life for... more

As the Bowl Turns

As the Bowl Turns »

By: Karena Garrity

For Old Lyme resident Alan Todd, hand turning one of a kind wooden bowls has become more than just a hobby. Well known in his circle and beyond, Todd’s... more

Something’s Brewing in Chester

Something’s Brewing in Chester »

By: Karena Garrity

Look for the bright red door in downtown Chester! When you find it, you’ve found the Little House Brewing Company, which will be opening its symbolic door... more

A mural is making a difference.

A mural is making a difference. »

By: Aaron Ciardullo

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Making new Mom friends

Making new Mom friends »

By: Audrey Kuchen

Being a Mom is actually a beautiful thing.  A built-in support team, content in their crew, strong in history. But it's tough if you're the new... more

Legacy at Mystic Knotwork

Legacy at Mystic Knotwork »

By: Aaron Ciardullo

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Challenge & Perseverance lead to growth at King School

Challenge & Perseverance lead to growth at King School »

By: Staff

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Stamford’s King School unlocks students’ potential

Stamford’s King School unlocks students’ potential »

By: Rachel Precious

In listening to Head of School Elect Karen Eshoo talk about Stamford's King School, her voice is brimming with passion and enthusiasm. It's easy to see why: in... more

Will There Be a Fifth Generation at Medlyn Farm?

Will There Be a Fifth Generation at Medlyn Farm? »

By: Karena Garrity

It calls for 80 hour work weeks, a committed relationship with Mother Nature, dedication, total allegiance, consummate resilience and a desire to get up again... more