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Norwalk (Fairfield, Connecticut)

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  • A New Book From Connecticut Dessert Mogul Michele Stuart

    A New Book From Connecticut Dessert Mogul Michele Stuart
    Some have suggested that there are two types of dessert-minded people — pie people and cake people. Pie is rustic and of the common folk, the thinking goes. Pie is a frugal way of making the most of some baking scraps and leftover fruit. Pie is soft...
  • Flavor Profile: Oak & Almond in Norwalk

    Flavor Profile: Oak & Almond in Norwalk
    The chef's last name is familiar. Oak & Almond's executive chef Jeff Taibe is, indeed, the brother of Bill Taibe of The Whelk and Le Farm. Let's just get that out of the way. They are both chefs. They share an attractive, family resemblance (they have...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Roger Bart was born in Norwalk, Conn., on this date in 1962. This birthday guy won a Tony award for his portrayal of Snoopy in the Broadway production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," but he may be more widely known for his...
  • Meth Use is on the Rise in Connecticut

    Meth Use is on the Rise in Connecticut
    "Monsignor Meth," as suspended Roman Catholic priest Kevin Wallin has come to be known, admitted earlier this year to selling more than $300,000 worth of methamphetamine out of his Waterbury apartment. Only about 23 grams (sold for $3,400) of Wallin's...
  • Flavor Profile: Aladin Indian Bistro in Norwalk

    Flavor Profile: Aladin Indian Bistro in Norwalk
    There's been a revolution in Indian food in Fairfield County over the last 15 years. Used to be you could only find it in obscure strip-mall take-out joints. Then Coromandel in Darien started catching a buzz. The opening chef, Kausik Roy, went on to...
  • The Norwalk Oyster Festival is This Saturday at Veteran's Park

    The Norwalk Oyster Festival is This Saturday at Veteran's Park
    One great part of living by the water in Connecticut is that we can fish out oysters and slurp them up to our stomachs' content. That's the basis of the Norwalk Oyster Festival, but there's a whole lot more to it than that. There are oyster slurping and...
  • Mickey Hart Plays Norwalk Concert Hall Friday Night

    Mickey Hart Plays Norwalk Concert Hall Friday Night
    Ex-Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart is always up to something interesting. He's kind of like a mad scientist, but in drummer form. Last time we spoke with him he was sonifying the Big Bang and building music around the sounds that were produced at the...
  • Ask the Chef: Scott Miller of Max Oyster Bar in West Hartford

    Ask the Chef: Scott Miller of Max Oyster Bar in West Hartford
    Scott Miller Chef at Max Oyster Bar, West Hartford   Scott could you please tell us about how you ended up here? Sure, I was in Colorado for almost ten years, working in restaurants and hotels, but I’m originally from the Connecticut area...
  • Clean Energy Vital Long-Term Investment

    Strained budgets have struck statehouses from Trenton to Sacramento, and most recently, here in Hartford. As policymakers look for short-term ways to plug budget gaps, they're raiding funds intended for long-term investments in clean energy. In lean...
  • News of the Weird: Community Activism

    News of the Weird: Community Activism
    Despite Chicago's recent crisis of gang-related street murders, the Roseland Community Hospital in a tough south-side neighborhood is on the verge of closing because of finances, and community groups have been energetically campaigning to keep it open....
  • Philip Caputo on 'The Longest Road'

    Philip Caputo on 'The Longest Road'
    It's a big country, as they say, and no one knows that better than Philip Caputo. In "The Longest Road: Overland in Search of America, from Key West to the Arctic Ocean," the novelist, nonfiction writer and former Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the...