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November-December 2010

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In This Issue

French Twist

A casual ambiance and menu packed with tapas and other entrees might just make you into a regular at this Fairfield bistro.

Special Section: Senior Status

It is estimated that over the next 20 years, the number of adults in Connecticut 65 years of age or older will increase 68 percent. The number of adults 85 years of age or older, the group most likely to need long-term-care servĀ­ices, is expected to increase more than 70 percent in that time.

A Century of Sparkle

Henry C. Reid & Son Jewelers celebrates its 100th anniversary

Sip Your Way Along the Connecticut Wine Trail

Wide Open Spaces

Newly expanded Aspetuck is a great place to hike and bird-watch.

Chopper Rescue

The first-ever helicopter rescue was 65 years ago on a fairfield beach.

Business Unusual

Fairfield as the ideal place to work and live, even in the midst of a recession.

We've Got Answers

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