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browngrotta arts

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By: Sherri Daley

  A rare combination of private home and occasional public exhibition space, the house at 276 Ridgefield Road in Wilton,... 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

Beach Biotech Bingo

Beach Biotech Bingo »

By: Bob Woods

The genomics industry is coming to the shoreline big-time. Watch out Cambridge and San Francisco: the shoreline wants to eat your lunch (at least some of... more

A Piper at the Gates of Yale

A Piper at the Gates of Yale »

By: Sherri Daley

Ah, the enchanting sounds of the shoreline: seagulls, the soporific cadence of the waves, clanking halyards, the breathless melody of bagpipes. It’s all so... more

Women Scientists: Heroes of the Shoreline

Women Scientists: Heroes of the Shoreline »

By: Sherri Daley

Put “science” and the Connecticut shoreline together and the mind conjures the Long Island Sound, environmental samples, and maybe fishing studies. You... 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

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

Robert Stone’s Victory Lap

Robert Stone’s Victory Lap »

By: John Gaffney

When the subject of “best living American novelist” comes up, Robert Stone is on the short list. As long as Philip Roth, Cormac McCarthy, Don DeLillo, and... more

Guilford: 375 and Counting

Guilford: 375 and Counting »

By: Kevin Murray

On September 29, 375 years ago, a group of newly arrived Puritans, led by the Rev. Henry Whitfield, sat down in a barn near the Quinnipiac River with the local... more