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Foliage Secrets of Connecticut

Foliage Secrets of Connecticut »

By: Edward R. Ricciuti

Foliage Secrets of Connecticut The finest fall foliage drives are right here At this time of year leaf peepers endure traffic winding up through northern... more

The Cocoa Cure

The Cocoa Cure »

By: Emily Cahill

The Cocoa Cure Upscale Connecticut chocolatiers reinvent confections From artisanal hot chocolate to handcrafted truffles, local cocoa connoisseurs are... more

Kid Fun: Penguins, Picnics, and Playgrounds

Kid Fun: Penguins, Picnics, and Playgrounds »

By: Lindsay Rizza

  Like The Beatles said, “it me took so long to find out. But I found out.” As car travel becomes a chore rather than an ice skating exercise, the... more

One Man’s Cancer Odyssey, Part Two: Mitoxantrone to Thanksgiving

One Man’s Cancer Odyssey, Part Two: Mitoxantrone to Thanksgiving »

By: John Gaffney

In 2004, Coastal Connecticut editor and Madison resident John Gaffney was diagnosed with acute leukemia and given minimal chance to walk out of Middlesex... more

One Man’s Cancer Odyssey, Part One: Bad Blood

One Man’s Cancer Odyssey, Part One: Bad Blood »

By: John Gaffney

In 2004, Coastal Connecticut editor and Madison resident John Gaffney was diagnosed with acute leukemia, and given minimal chance to walk out of Middlesex... more

A Growing Buddhist Community in Old Saybrook

A Growing Buddhist Community in Old Saybrook »

By: Sherri Daley

“Breath by breath, let go of fear, expectation, anger, regret, cravings, frustration, fatigue. Let go of the need for approval. Let go of old judgments and... more

LIFE AND THE PINK SLEIGH Pay attention to that Christmas shop. It might be important someday.

LIFE AND THE PINK SLEIGH Pay attention to that Christmas shop. It might be important someday. »

By: John Gaffney

Not everybody who lives on the Shoreline is from the Shoreline. That’s what makes it a horse race, my aunt used to tell me. If you were born and raised here,... more