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“STRONG” A Magazine For Middle School Aged Girls

  If you see a gap, fill it. That’s what Sarah Beach of Wilton, Connecticut has done. Beach has just started publishing a magazine called STRONG, a publication for middle-school aged girls because she says it didn’t exist any where. The magazine is meant to empower young women and arm them with all kinds of articles that can help them Read more…

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Dr. Joanne Moore Helps Folks Start Over As “One”

It’s never easy when a spouse dies for whatever reason. Learning to move on and go it alone can be so tough. Dr. Joanne Moore of East Lyme lost her husband after 37 years of marriage…she decided to help others find their way and has written a book, called “After the Loss of a Spouse, Read more…

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Coastal Connecticut Magazine

There’s a new magazine in the state called “Coastal Connecticut.” Those who have just put out the first edition are pushing forward with  print in a digital world, their mission to spotlight Connecticut’s community and really get under the hood, to tell you a lot more than you knowabout anything. 138 magazines have been launched Read more…

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Ivy Baer Sherman’s “Vintage Magazine”

Vintage Magazine is a portable museum. Fashioned after a magazine called “Flair” from 1950, which only lasted one year, Ivy Baer Sherman decided to develop a new and improved interactive magazine at a time when magazines were going under.  To date, Sherman has four issues under her belt that tell us about history in a fun Read more…

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