For three decades Larry Kudlow has been smack in the middle of this country’s economic conversations. He’s worked at the Fed, for Reagan, and on Wall Street. Though he works in Fairfield and lives in Redding, we met at his studio at CNBC before his nightly show.
Dan Briody analyzes the fickle personality of Connecticut politics. Though at the moment Connecticut looks decidedly blue (Republican), the state has an independent streak that makes it hard to characterize and even harder to predict. And with an ailing economy fueling growing political discontent at both the national and state levels, the upcoming midterm elections are going to make great political theater.
Mary Jones is the third owner of the town flower shop Rodier Flowers. In addition to her attention to detail and service, Jones knows her customers—whether it’s a bride sharing her dream or a family mourning a loved one.
Lois Alcosser discusses the Norwalk River Valley Trail (NRVT), a multi-use regional trail connecting Norwalk, Wilton, Ridgefield, Redding, and Danbury, as a way to get out of the car and decrease air pollution.
Since February, Claire Carlson and the Ridgefield Green Village Initiative have been working with the high school and middle schools to bring vegetable gardens into the curriculum. While gardening is one aspect of sustainable living, energy, recycling, and the use of chemicals also require attention.