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Norwalk Connecticut’s Mad Men Tour

The TV series “Mad Men” of a few years back, sparked a resurgence of mid-century modern decor. You see it everywhere these days. Norwalk, Connecticut just happens to be home to a lot of these houses, and you’ll be able to tour them this September, 22nd, 2019. The Norwalk Preservation Trust is putting on this Read more…

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Connecticut’s Farm To Chef Program

Connecticut has about 55-hundred farms in the state, all producing food and milk. And there are a ton of wineries and breweries in the state now too. How do you showcase all of this so that you know where to find all this good stuff? Enter “Farm to Chef Week” which began in 2016. At Read more…

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28 Years~ Running, Parenting, Working, and Pick Up The Darn Phone! (Podcast)

Welcome to Episodes 24 thru 27, of 28 Years, a podcast where a father-son duo try and sort out the generational divide.  Baby-Boomer Mike Maguire, who lives in coastal Madison, CT and his millennial son Kevin in Brooklyn aim to explain, explore, and laugh at what divides our generations.  Listen and subscribe to the podcast here>> 28 Years    Read more…

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Wave Hill Breads, An Artisan Bakery In Connecticut

Everyone loves good bread. Artisanal baker, Tim Topi knows that. Originally from Albania, he spent 15 years in Rome working for a bakery that had perfected french bread-making techniques. He then took what he learned and perfected his own style. He and his wife came to America and in 2015 they bought Wave Hill Breads Read more…

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Try Something New For Your Company Now

How do companies in this day and age hire and retain good people at many levels in their businesses…it’s can be very challenging. “Something New” started by Scott MacGregor of Madison and President, Jaime Diglio are helping to give companies a leg up when it comes to seeing the whole picture. They’re my guests on Read more…

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Connecticut’s First Lady, Annie Lamont

  It never occurred to Annie Lamont, that she would ever live in the state of Connecticut, let alone become its First Lady. As a child, she was a lover of math and was very serious about school. Today she’s among the most successful female venture capitalists in the United States. She’s passionate about changing Read more…

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Hidden History Stories Of Connecticut

Jason Mancini loves the state of Connecticut.  He’s lived in the Nutmeg state for nearly all of his life except for a small time away in Rome.  He’s the newest director of Connecticut Humanities and is busy telling the state’s hidden history stories through multiple channels including helping to get these stories into the state’s Read more…

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In The Company Of Men, Creating Equity At The Office

Coming this September, 2019, a book by first time Connecticut author Eileen Scully. “In the Company of Men,” explores workplace environments and how to make them more equitable. It tells stories of those who have lifted up others paving the way for successes. Scully spends considerable time on solutions in trying to build a better Read more…

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Capturing The City Of Bridgeport One Portrait At A Time

A Monroe couple, one of whom was raised in Bridgeport, is using a camera to tell the tale of the cultural diversity and history of the Park City one portrait at a time. This is a labor of love for them backed only by a small grant from the state of Connecticut Office of the Read more…

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The Illustrious Career Of Connecticut Artist, George Corsillo

New Haven’s George Corsillo has had a long and illustrious career as a graphic designer. Growing up in Hartford, Connecticut he fell in love with art after his parents sent him to the Wadsworth Athenaeum on Saturday afternoons. He decided he didn’t want to copy the master artists, but to create his own art. As Read more…

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