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September-October 2012

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In This Issue

Grey Lady

You’re in for a treat at Watertown's Main Street Grill.

Shakers of Litchfield

We found six successful entrepreneurs, a rack of fine local outfits, dressed them up, and let the fun begin

Treehouse Tales

Mary Pope Osborne has sold more children's books than most living writers today. Her lovable, adventure-seeking characters Jack and Annie, in the Magic Treehouse series, were inspired by Osborne's own past

Doctor of Mystery

Psychiatrist turned writer Charles Atkins invents some pretty, well, sick characters based on mixing his many interests

Ten Minute With Jack Gilpin

He can sing, he can dance, and he knows more about the Episcopal Church than most Episcopalians. Meet Jack Gilpin

Precocious Protagonist

James Gould Cozzens was a rambunctious student while at the Kent School in the 1920s then later went on to become a nationally prominent novelist

Light by the Lake

This fabulous Harold Tittman lakehouse features clean design and some pretty fabulous views of Lake Waramaug

Brilliant Mistakes

Local marketing man Paul Brighton has made a, well, brilliant movie, with aims for national market, filmed at some very familiar Litchfield locations.
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