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  • Meals Gone Mobile

    Meals Gone Mobile
    Hungry couples looking for an innovative twist on wedding grub needn’t look further than their own busy street corner. The growing popularity of food trucks have hooked a nation, spawning a reality TV series on Food Network and a still-booming...
  • The State of Groomswear

    The State of Groomswear
    To rent or to buy? That is the question. For both groom and groomsmen, rented formalwear tends to be characterized as “style-challenged” at best, while purchasing a suit or tuxedo can be pricey and impractical (when will you wear a tux again?)...
  • The Guy's Perspective: You're Engaged, Now What?

    OK fella’s, so you’ve asked her to marry you and she said “Yes!”, now what? First off, you need to call Mom and tell her that you’re engaged. Remember, Mom changed your diaper and she was there before your facebook page,...
  • Grooms: Completing the Look

    Grooms: Completing the Look
    The suit (or tuxedo) may make the man, but the pieces that complete his look can make the big day. Off the Cuff A crisp, white shirt always is a smart choice for the groom’s shirt, says Tessa Woolf, editor of Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom....
  • Support System

    Support System
    It may not be the most elegant topic, but let’s face it – every bride wants her bra to contribute to a flawless silhouette on her wedding day, and none want a Janet Jackson-style “wardrobe malfunction.” Find the perfect pairing for...
  • Family Events

    Family Events
  • Mansfield Drive In

    Mansfield Drive In
    If the arid ten acre open field in Mansfield looks a bit like the land that time forgot, a reminder of why it appears so antiquated makes sense when the sun goes down. History and pop culture meet at the Mansfield Drive-In where cars still roll in and...
  • 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...
  • Slimmer, fitter chef Graham Elliot takes on Chicago Marathon

    Slimmer, fitter chef Graham Elliot takes on Chicago Marathon
    Graham Elliot is ready for his next big step. The celebrity chef, owner of Graham Elliot Bistro in the West Loop and judge on TV's "MasterChef" and "MasterChef Junior," is on track to compete in the Oct. 12 Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Two...
  • Planning a Family Ski Trip

    Planning a Family Ski Trip
    With South Florida’s winter weather in the 80s, it can be easy to forget that the rest of the nation is often a lot colder than we are. But wonderlands of snow exist in the rest of the country, and they are only a plane ride away. If the Sochi...