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  • 'Camp Week' Round-Up: Prep for Summer with Tons of Tips

    'Camp Week' Round-Up: Prep for Summer with Tons of Tips
    According to the American Camp Association, more than 11.5 million children, youth and adults attend one of 12-thousand camps across the country.
  • CT Restaurants Earn Zagat Ratings; Le Petit Cafe On Top Again

    CT Restaurants Earn Zagat Ratings; Le Petit Cafe On Top Again
    Le Petit Cafe has earned top Zagat ratings for another year. The French bistro on the Branford Green was voted No. 1 for food in Connecticut by the restaurant guide, garnering 28 points out of a possible 30 for its cuisine. "Each evening's four-course,...

    Women's Retreat Inspires Peace & Connection

    Women's Retreat Inspires Peace & Connection
    Don't we all need to regroup, slow down and "connect" once in awhile? Two licensed clinical social workers from Connecticut, Barbara Murray-Lane and Terri Theriault, are hosting "The Circle of Connection", a retreat for women at the Mercy Center in...

    Onyx Moonshine Summer Shoreline Cocktail Crawl Runs Through Labor Day

    Onyx Moonshine Summer Shoreline Cocktail Crawl Runs Through Labor Day
    Shoreline restaurants are ramping up for summer, and dozens of them have signed on for Onyx Moonshine's largest cocktail crawl to date. Restaurants and bars from Stonington to Stamford are offering specialty drinks made with the Connecticut-crafted...

    Couple's reception at 1681 home keeps budget at historic lows

    Couple's reception at 1681 home keeps budget at historic lows
    Some days come down to this: the perfect mixture of autumnal sunlight and crispness, the throaty renditions of a jazz quartet, the elegance of dining under a tent - and the backdrop of a red house brimming with historical significance. For Joan Thorne...