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September-October 2011

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In This Issue

Bentornato!

About a year and a half ago Brooklyn expat, now full-time Litchfield County resident, Robert Willis opened Café Giulia in Lakeville in the space formerly occupied by Chives. He closed the restaurant several months ago but to our delight reopened this June in a smaller, warmer setting right on Lakeville’s Main Street.

We've Got Answers

Questions answered about Lime Rock Park and airports in Litchfield

& Fitch

Far from shopping malls that carry the must-have Abercrombie & Fitch brand of clothing, Ezra Hasbrouck Fitch, his wife, daughter, and son-in-law lie buried in a quiet cemetery just off the Green in Washington

Pictures at an Exhibition

Fred McDarrah, who died in 2007, was the lead photographer for The Village Voice for over 40 years

Hidden in Plain Sight

Treasure-hunters in search of world-class art may not think of Winstead, Connecticut, as a destination

From the Tower

In the mixed-media work he called "Premonition," Litchfield-based artist Donald Bracken painted a thumbnail-sized World Trade Center beneath a column of pale sky nearly five feet tall and a mere four inches wide.

Back & Forth

David Rabe has been hailed as one of America's greatest living playwrights

Ten Minutes with Clinton Kelly

As co-host of TLC’s “What Not to Wear,” Clinton Kelly has helped hundreds of women to change their look, update their wardrobes, and gain self-confidence.

Men of Letters, Men of Style

Lady of the Lake

Dorothy Hamilton, founder of the French Culinary Institute in New York, has a definite viewpoint on entertaining

All In The Mix

Fashion in Litchfield
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