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  • Groom Guide

    Groom Guide
    Engaged to a fellow who wants to get involved in the wedding planning process but doesn’t know where to start? First, congratulate yourself on finding a fabulous man, and then hand him the following tips. Traditionally, groom’s have been...
  • Bloom-Free Bouquets

    Bloom-Free Bouquets
    While bundles of roses and peonies are certainly pretty, walking down the aisle with a non-traditional bouquet is a stylish, super modern way to give big impact and personality to your big day. The options are truly endless, but here are five expert...
  • Should I consider having a destination wedding?

    First you have to decide if it will just be the two of you or if you are planning to invite friends and family. If you go the first route you have to ask yourself if it is going to crush your loved ones to not be a part of your special day. If you plan to...
  • The Vendors

    If you're not in the wedding business, you're in the wrong business. People are making a killing out there-- at the expense of couples who used to like each other enough to want to get married. Our date is set for July 2. 2011. I know, I know, it'...
  • DayTrippers: Lyme Farmers Market

    DayTrippers: Lyme Farmers Market
    The Market at Ashlawn Farm in Lyme has taken on a life of it's own. Sure, it's a place to buy fresh food. Breads, vegetables, meat and cheese are displayed every week, along with a variety of unique items brought along by local artisans. But, it's also...
  • DayTrippers: Welcome to Pumpkintown

    DayTrippers: Welcome to Pumpkintown
    Welcome to Pumpkintown where pumpkin athletes, pumpkin criminals and pumpkin brides all live in pumpkin harmony! Since 1993, Pumpkintown has been a fall tradition at "Paul and Sandy's Too Garden Center" in East Hampton. Families walk throught the...
  • Annual Festival of Light Moves To Bushnell Park

    Annual Festival of Light Moves To Bushnell Park
    Say it isn't so! No more holiday Festival of Lights on Constitution Plaza? This from the mayor's office. Somehow I just don't think it will be the same... "A beloved 47-year-old holiday tradition in the City of Hartford is getting reinvigorated thanks to...
  • LGBT Youth

    LGBT Youth
  • Fitness blogger offers YouTube lesson in body shaming

    Find a minute (two minutes and 25 seconds, actually) to watch fitness blogger and online trainer Cassey Ho's powerful video about body shaming and artifice—two modern scourges simultaneously feeding one other. The 28-year-old Blogilates host is...
  • 5 ways young fans can join NFL draft fun at Grant Park

    5 ways young fans can join NFL draft fun at Grant Park
    The NFL draft heads to Chicago for the first time in 50 years, and Grant Park will be transformed into Draft Town, billed as the ultimate football fan experience — for kids too. "This is going to be like Lollapalooza meets Taste of Chicago, but...
  • 5 picture books that bound into spring

    5 picture books that bound into spring
    "The World in a Second" Written by Isabel Minhos Martins, illustrated by Bernardo Carvalho (Enchanted Lion Books, $19) Observe the same moment of one spring day all across the globe — from Japan to Russia to Mexico and even from a bird's-eye...