Tag Archives: Essex

“Google” Calling For Structural Graphics Of Essex, Connecticut

Did you know that Structural Graphics in Essex, Connecticut is the pioneer of the dimensional print marketing industry? Some of the biggest brands on the planet do, and that includes GOOGLE. This company started with a fascination of pop-up books and paper that led them to engineer across new mediums in the world of advertising. Structural Read more…

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“Color Forms” By Judith Pond Kudlow

Tissue paper crinkled in light glows on the canvas. Shadows cascade down draped linens. They narrow the defiant gaze of a young girl in flowing white. An air of mystery patterns these introspective narratives, the unseen as essential as any surface detail.  You are cordially invited to an opening reception at the Cooper & Smith Read more…

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Vintage Baseball Game In Deep River

The historical societies of Chester, Deep River and Essex are teaming up to present their second annual Vintage Base Ball game on Sunday, Sept. 20 at Devitt Field in Deep River. The 2 p.m. game will be free to the public (And yes, “base ball” is spelled correctly here – this was the 19th-century spelling of the Read more…

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Lon Seidman: The Tech Guy

Are you a self-avowed geek? Awesome, then you need to know about this guy…Lon Seidman: The Tech guy. I met him several years back when I was figuring out all things internet, and have been following what he’s been up to ever since. Seidman knows the technology world is moving fast and he’s on the Read more…

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Felted Trees, Snowballs, and Jenny’s Artisan Crisps

Oh boy, you just never know what you’re going to find at a church bazaar in Connecticut. I saw some darling handmade Christmas trees made from repurposed wool made by my friend Kara. I bought three of them immediately to put in my Annie Mame Boutique in Madison. I snatched up the last four giant Read more…

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Gene Schiavone~ Acclaimed Ballet/Dance Photographer

Gene Schiavone of Essex retired from his corporate job….got the photography bug and is now among the most acclaimed dance photographers in the world. In the last fifteen years he has taken about 600-thousand photographs. He is a staff photographer for the American Ballet Theatre. When the greats in the dance world want to be photographed Read more…

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Dreamscapes Design Group

In the bucolic seaside town of Essex, Connecticut is a web design and development team who has helped NetworkConnecticut.com find new footing. Rachel Edwards and Ernie Lewis are the principles in Dreamscapes Design Group. Meeting after meeting we decided what should be added to the web site to better serve small businesses and innovators and Read more…

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“The British Raid on Essex”

Maritime historian, Jerry Roberts has written “The British Raid on Essex.” In it he describes the forgotten battle of the war of 1812 that took place at the mouth of the Connecticut River. The attack on April 8th 1814 resulted in the largest single maritime loss of the war. Connecticut archeologists continue to discover more evidence of Read more…

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Connecticut River Museum In Essex

In beautiful Essex, Connecticut there is a wonderful museum celebrating life on the river. It’s the Connecticut River Museum. On the first floor you’ll fine all the history about the River, especially the role it played during the Revolutionary War. Wait till you read about all of this and all that happened here in Connecticut. Of Read more…

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Valley Railroad Company

Have you spent any time on the Essex Steam Train ? The attraction brings in tens of thousands of people from all over the world every year. The engineers who maintain the steam trains are part of a small fraternity of experts who know how to maintain then and make them run. There are only about 200 Read more…

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