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A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital

A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital »

By: Owen McDonald

A Gifted New Surgical Oncologist at Middlesex Hospital Dealing with cancer is a big challenge, and it requires sympathetic experts. Middlesex Hospital in... more

New Keratin Treatment is Salon Pure Magic

New Keratin Treatment is Salon Pure Magic »

By: Sherri Daley

This year, for Lauren Graybill, the forecast is especially beautiful. “I worked a long time to make this dream come true,” she says, referring to Salon... more

Best Video in Hamden Streams with Humanity

Best Video in Hamden Streams with Humanity »

By: Rob Marchese

Driving by Best Video in Hamden, CT might give one pause if they’re not from the area. It’s the word “video” that’s likely to stand out, which is... more

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way »

By: Sherri Daley

Branford Connecticut and the Shoreline Way As tired as they perhaps were of wearing scratchy animal skin clothes, the Mattabesec Indians could have used... more

Sweet Fragrance and Verdant Floral Studio

Sweet Fragrance and Verdant Floral Studio »

By: Sherri Daley

“Orchids are strong,” says Norma Satizabal, founder, owner, and creative director of Verdant Floral Studio in Stonington, Connecticut. “They can... more

FAMILY TABLE STAKES

FAMILY TABLE STAKES »

By: John Gaffney

To paraphrase the genius of Frank Vincent Zappa, I believe that writing about food is like dancing about architecture. Writing about dining, however, that I... more

The Many Faces of New Canaan

The Many Faces of New Canaan »

By: Manuel Allende

A historic town, a cultural gem Far enough from the urban action to be countrified, but near enough to be a kind of crossroads, New Canaan, Connecticut, is... more

The Coastal Traveller at Spicer Mansion

The Coastal Traveller at Spicer Mansion »

By: Owen McDonald

Spicer Mansion, Mystic Connecticut The Napoleonic Wars, the whaling boom, discovery of gold in California—brute force shaped maritime life in the early... more

Ecology Under the Sun

Ecology Under the Sun »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

Coastal Ecology Under the Sun Connecticut's shoreline parks and beaches are a paradise for birders, prowlers of tide pools and saline creeks, and nature... more

The Architecture of New Haven

The Architecture of New Haven »

By: Owen McDonald

The Architecture of New Haven Portrait of a city with centuries of style Enjoy history? If you do, then the life of New Haven, Connecticut couldn't be... more

Stephen White Against the Tide

Stephen White Against the Tide »

By: Tom Soboleski

Stephen White - Against the Tide Among the best-known Connecticut landmarks is Mystic Seaport. A multi-faceted museum covering 19 acres, it is home to four... more

Winterize So Your Boat Doesn’t Splinterize

Winterize So Your Boat Doesn’t Splinterize »

By: Denis Jakuc

When ships and boats become icebound – which happens more than you probably think – it triggers a conga line of icebreakers and Coast Guard escorts,... more

Toad’s Place Is Still Hopping

Toad’s Place Is Still Hopping »

By: Domenick Gasparro

Legendary music venue, Toad's Place, is still hopping with new acts and old memories. If everyone who said they were at Toad’s for The Stones in ’89... more

Against the Tide: Kristina Newman-Scott

Against the Tide: Kristina Newman-Scott »

By: Owen McDonald

As Director of Culture for the State of Connecticut, Kristina Newman-Scott has what some might see as an impossible job: overseeing the labyrinth of... more

Get Out Of Your Car…Get Into Connecticut

Get Out Of Your Car…Get Into Connecticut »

By: Ann Nyberg

A column by Emmy-nominated news anchor and longtime Connecticut personality Ann Nyberg, founder of Network Connecticut. Connecticut in summer is the jewel... more

Indochine Chef Secrets

Indochine Chef Secrets »

By: Staff

Our friends at The Good Elephant Cafe in Chester have revealed their secret for making the most delicious Vietnamese spring rolls on the planet. And while... more

Yale Fossil Fuels Issue Burns

Yale Fossil Fuels Issue Burns »

By: Bob Woods

The business interests of Stanford University, The New School and Syracuse University (among other major schools) are jettisoning fossil fuel investments. Why... more

New London Calling: Robert Cray Smokes the GAC

New London Calling: Robert Cray Smokes the GAC »

By: Owen McDonald

For the final date of their current tour, The Robert Cray Band decided to raise the roof on one of their favorite venues, the Garde Arts Center in New London,... more

Owl House Books: Tolkien and Grimms Meet Pixar

Owl House Books: Tolkien and Grimms Meet Pixar »

By: Rob Marchese

Serious writers of Young Adult Fiction take heart: Connecticut’s own Homebound Publications, founded in 2011 and thriving to date, is launching a... more

Well, Well: Shoreline Epicures Aid Uganda With WELLfed

Well, Well: Shoreline Epicures Aid Uganda With WELLfed »

By: Lindsay Rizza

WELLfed, an upscale shoreline charity dinner party that builds fresh water wells for impoverished Ugandan villages, is in the process of becoming a standalone... more