Category Archives: Fairfield County

Frisbie Pie Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut Is Back!

If it was good enough in 1871, it’s good enough now. Bridgeport’s Frisbie Pie Company is back. The company closed its doors in the late 1950’s, but thanks to Dan O’Connor, the CEO, it’s up and running again. The new Frisbie’s Pies has only been in operation 8-weeks but already 7-thousand snack pies have gone out the door. Thirty Read more…

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Golf Event To Benefit Special Needs Children And Their Families In Connecticut

7th Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit Special Needs Children and Families Experiencing Hardship  Once again, St. Vincent’s Special Needs will partner with the Appelberg family to hold its 7th annual golf tournament in memory of Kristin Nicole Appelberg. In keeping with Kristin’s dream of improving the quality of life for children and adults in our Read more…

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“Steep” By Connecticut’s Bigelow Tea Company

Two Fairfield Companies Join Forces and Bring Refreshing News for the Area Economy Bigelow Tea, the US industry leader in specialty tea, recently announced the introduction of steep by Bigelow, a new line of organic teas with a fresh look and trendy appeal. To bring their new product to market, Fairfield-based Bigelow Tea enlisted the Read more…

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6th Annual “Penguin Plunge At The Park”

Come Make A Splash for Special Olympics On Saturday, April 2nd   WHAT:           If you’re looking for a family-friendly charity event to bravely enjoy the chilly beginnings of spring, the Monroe Police Department and Special Olympics Connecticut would like to invite you to join us for their 6th Annual “Plunge at the Park.” Participants should Read more…

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The Sound Will be HUGE!!!

“The sound will be huge,” says GBS Operations Manager Mark Halstead.  “Over 80 professional musicians will take the stage, more than at any Greater Bridgeport Symphony concert in decades.” Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, known as “The Giant” because of its scope and proportions – five movements as opposed to the traditional four for symphonies – marked a Read more…

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Ding Dong…It’s The Door Bell Barbers!

Need a barber? How ’bout a hair stylist for women? What if they came to you, like a house call? Well that’s exactly what “Doorbell Barbers” does. Seven months ago, Christian Iannucci, a young entrepreneur, launched his plan and there’s no looking back now….500 clients later. So far they’re in Fairfield and New Haven Counties and the Read more…

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Holiday Events On The Connecticut Art Trail

Holiday Events on the 2015 Connecticut Art Trail Want to know where beautiful events will be in Connecticut to take family or friends leading up to the holidays,? Well look no further than the state’s Art Trail, this is southern new England at a lovely time of the year. Okay get out your calendars and Read more…

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The One Year Old “Prospector Theater” In Ridgefield Goes To The White House

I have been following this theater since it’s infancy…when it was just in Valerie Jensen’s head. She had a vision and look what happened, she is now being spotlighted for what she and others have built! The White House wants to know all about what could and should be a model for the rest of Read more…

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The Wiffle Ball~ Invented In Connecticut

Wiffle Ball was invented in Connecticut in 1953? Did you know this is a third generation company is based in Shelton? There have been millions and millions of wiffle balls made since David N. Mullany invented the 8-hole plastic ball. The current President of Wiffle Ball Inc., Mullany’s Grandson whose name is also David Mullany.     Read more…

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Have You Been To The Amazing Prospector Theater In Ridgefield? Go!

There is nothing like this wonderful theater on the planet, but we have it here in Connecticut, in Ridgefield. In one year, The Prospector Theater has had more than 100,000 people have purchased tickets to see the movies there. That is more than 100,000 people introduced to Prospects’ fantastic Usher speeches, and their homemade, delicious Read more…

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