Category Archives: Authors

Growing Older Happily

If you’re lucky enough, you will live a rich full life. There are more than 100-million in America that are age 50 or over, and that’s the group that Raeleen D’Agostino Mautner is targeting, middle-agers and beyond. Dr. Mautner knows about the loss of life and how to go on happily after suddenly losing her Read more…

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States of the Union, Reflections On The 2016 Presidential Election

Politically the landscape changes everyday. Headlines out of this White House or any other, can give you whiplash. Right after the 2016 presidential election Michaela Papa of New Haven wanted to know what people were thinking. She put the word out that she was accepting reflections from people, no matter their politics, to put them in a Read more…

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Amy Bloom’s “White Houses” The Story Of Eleanor Roosevelt’s Secret Love Affair

She’s a New York Times best-selling author. Amy Bloom of Branford has another book hot off the press called “White Houses.” It’s a historical novel concerning the lesbian love affair between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and her friend and companion, journalist, Lorena Hickok. She poured through thousands of letters between the two women to write the book. This was Read more…

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Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

It’s the largest rare book library in the world with no windows, and it’s right under our noses at Yale University. Have you been to The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library? You don’t have to be a Yalie to walk in the door. If you haven’t been, or it’s been a awhile since you’ve spent Read more…

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Be Homeful For The Holidays Project for Homeless Connecticut Children

  Homelessness in Connecticut, it exists for far too many families, but there is a way to help a child whose family may be staying in a shelter. The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness is in full swing with its “Be Homeful for the Holidays” project. Each year 2-thousand children lose their home. CCEH has once again team Read more…

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A Home Called New England

  “A Home Called New England,” A new book just coming out chronicles the history of homes all the way back to the 1600’s. The architect behind the book is Duo Dickinson, in practice for 40-years in Madison and has built all kinds of dwelling in the area…much of his work has pro-bono over the years as Read more…

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A Connecticut Christmas

Before you know it, the holidays will be here. A Connecticut photographer has just the right thing to put on your gift list, a beautiful coffee table book called “A Connecticut Christmas.” Caryn B. Davis of Chester, spent two years running around the state during Christmas time capturing just the right images. The book has some 400 Read more…

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Understanding “The Fifth Trimester,” When New Moms Head Back To Work

Attention working Moms of America…you have a lot to think about when you head back to work after having a baby. But there is help. Lauren Smith Brody, a working Mom of two young boys and former executive editor at Glamour Magazine, has written a guide-book for women called “The Fifth Trimester.” She interviewed more than 700 working Read more…

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Hannah Perry’s “Giggling Pig” Is Growing By Leaps And Bounds

On NYBERG we talk to a woman from across the pond who is turning her passion for children and art into quite a business. Her love for children was shaped in part by working as a nanny for a royal family in Switzerland. Hannah Perry, wrote and illustrated a children’s book in 2005, called “Picnics and Puddles, Read more…

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From Italy To The North End

  Oh the stories that Anthony Ricco of New Haven, Connecticut can tell about Italian Americans. He has just released his latest book on immigrant life in America capturing the past which is so important for the future and who we are as people. The book is entitled “From Italy To The North End.” Anthony Ricco Read more…

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