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March-April 2013

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In This Issue

How Sweet It Is

Maple syrup production in Litchfield County

Art of It - Hanging Out

This new gallery features works in progress. Formerly Inside/Outside gallery in Kent

Burn, Baby, Burn

Hotchkiss School in Lakeville has installed a $15-million energy plant that heats the campus and saves them cash

We've Got Answers - Skee's

Saving an historic diner that had fed the Torrington workforce for years

Living Above the Store

Fabric Studio owner has downsized from a 10,000-square-foot house to a 650-square-foot apartment above his Litchfield shop. And he loves it

The Fixer

Bethlehem firefighter Scott Rogers is assuming but extremely dedicated. That's why he's our Unsung Hero

Inner Workings

A traditional farmhouse belies its technological advances

Ten Minutes With Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner is a cartoonist, painter, and the author of four spy novels—The Resistance, The Terrorist, L’Assassin, and Le Crime. They are all set in France and feature ex-CIA agent Louis Morgon. His cartoons appear in The New Yorker and other publications. His most remembered is a 1993 New Yorker drawing of two canines at a computer, captioned, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.”

Honest Dan

What is Daniel Day-Lewis's life like at home in Roxbury? Our writer hears from the actor and neighbors.
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