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July-August 2012

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New Colors

The Alexander Julian home is a beautiful and magical place. And it's going on the market

Going for Gold

On July 27, the world’s most talented will compete in the summer Olympics in London. Below are 3 Ridgefield women who have competed at this level.

Ten Minutes With John Frey

John Frey has represented Ridgefield since 1998 in the Connecticut state assembly, where he is currently minority whip. He is also one of the state’s two representatives to the Republican National Committee, which also makes him a super-delegate, helping his party select its candidate for President. Frey is also principal in his real-estate business, Century 21. We talked with Rep. Frey in his Main Street office about politics, Ridgefield, and raising his third dalmation.

Tree Whiz

The sheer abundance of our evergreens and deciduous trees, and the care the town government has demonstrated in protecting, planting, and promoting them has earned Ridgefield the official designation as a Tree City USA for ten years running.

Far Out Fitness

It’s not unusual these days to walk into a gym and see trainees lifting giant, Russian kettlebells over their heads. Or suspending themselves in the air with nylon and elastic straps.

Taking the Plunge

Retired IBM executive Ted Richards has logged 850 dives since he got seriously involved in the sport 25 years ago, from Maine to Bermuda, the western Pacific to Mexico.

Go Topless

These are ten good options for taking the top down and letting the wind blow through your hair.
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