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Off Connecticut’s Beaten Path You Will Find Beauty

Landscape photographer J.G. Coleman finds Connecticut beautiful especially off the beaten path. He loves nature and enjoys getting lost to see what he can find. His beautiful images, mostly shot in the early morning hours, tell the story of his travels.  During the winter months Coleman loves to head to the on the beach because they’re deserted and Read more…

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The Senior Editor of Cook’s Country Magazine Is A New Londoner (Recipe Included)

Ashley Moore, who grew up in New London, Connecticut works for America’s Test Kitchen in Boston and is Senior Editor of their Cook’s Country Magazine. Moore is also a television cook, at ATK, her shows are seen on PBS. She set out to be an actress, even went out to Los Angeles to try to Read more…

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We Can All Learn Some Humility From Hunter Pageau

On NYBERG, a second appearance on the show for Hunter Pageau of North Haven who is now 13. Hunter has an extremely rare disorder known as SMARD, spinal muscular atrophy with respiratory distress. There are only about 80 cases documented in the world. Hunter spreads awareness about his disease as a student at North Haven Middle School. He’s a Read more…

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New Milford, Connecticut’s Hidden Gem, Harrybrooke Park

It’s a place called Harrybrooke Park, New Milford, Connecticut’s hidden gem since 1965. Open 365 days a year, the land and home was left to the “people” of the town by its late owner, Frank Harden. Harden from Ireland, was a very wealthy man because of handkerchief business in New Jersey. He and his wife wanted a country Read more…

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Connecticut Architecture, Stories of 100 Places

Looking for a gift for the person who has everything? Just out is a book called Connecticut Architecture, Stories of 100 Places in the Nutmeg state. It took architectural historian, Christopher Wigren five years to put it together. From buildings to bridges and landscapes, it celebrates the state’s heritage. The book has hundreds of photos, artwork and descriptions for Read more…

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Alex Conroy, WTNH Television News Editor Featured On “Fireside Chats With Nyberg”

On this episode of “Fireside Chats With Nyberg,” we learn all about television news editor, Alexandra Mary Conroy,who is originally from Providence, Rhode Island.  I learned a little secret, that Alex’s dream is to be on Broadway. She can sing, dance and act, and as a treat in this segment you will hear her sing. Enjoy!

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Connecticut, Get To Know This Beautiful State

Bringing back tourism dollars to the state of Connecticut is what the three year old Connecticut Tourism Coalition is all about. Their mantra, for every dollar you spend in marketing, you get at least three back if not more, to put back into state coffers. The President of the coalition, Stephen Tagliatela, has been selected to be Read more…

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Pizza In New Haven

Coming December 1st, 2018 to a book store near you, is the first true history of pizza in America, which of course is rooted in New Haven. The book is called, aptly enough, “Pizza in New Haven” and authored by Colin Caplan who was born in raised on pizza in the Elm City. This is a deep Read more…

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Meteorologist, Garett Argianas Featured on Fireside Chats With Nyberg

Join us for this edition of “Fireside Chats With Nyberg” where Meteorologist Garett Argianas tells us about his love for weather, which includes an explanation of a “wet bulb.” Yep, that was a new one on me too.

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The Hometown Team, Four Decades Of Boston Red Sox Photography

If you’re a Boston Red Sox fan, you’re in for a real treat. There’s a new book out called “The Hometown Team” with hundreds of photos in it from 4 decades covering the team and Fenway Park. The authors of this book are two Massachusetts guys. Sports photographer, Steve Babineau who shoots for the Bruins, Celtics and Red Read more…

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