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Make Your Own Butter With Connecticut’s Churncraft

Have you ever thought about making your own butter? A family in Connecticut not only thinks about it, but they’re doing it. They’re manufacturing a new device that puts the old-fashioned back in your kitchen. It’s called Churncraft. They’ve only been in business since June. You turn the crank yourself and in 8-to-10 minutes you have fresh butter. Here are Read more…

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Connecticut’s Gilded Age

Maggie Gordon of Stamford, Connecticut has just written her first book. As a lover of  history and a local reporter, she put the two things together and voila “The Gilded Age on Connecticut’s Gold Coast” was born. Gordon talk about the stories she found going back in time to the mid 19th century in Greenwich, Read more…

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Sareh Nouri Bridal

Sareh Nouri  knows first-hand what it takes to build a business from scratch in the bridal industry. Nouri, who came to this country from Iran when she was 10, works just about ’round the clock to get her designs on the map. It all started when she was about to be married in 2009 and couldn’t Read more…

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She’s One In A Million

Grace Wohlberg of Darien, Connecticut is one in a million, one in a million children who was diagnosed with a very rare disease called Rasmussen Encephalitis. Until now I had never heard of it. There are only about 200 cases of RE in the world. Grace’s Dad, Seth Wohlberg and his wife Debbie have seen Read more…

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