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March-April 2012

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Tots & Tweens Get a Tri

Shopping History

Above and Beyond

In the 100 years since the RMS Titanic sank into the chilly North Atlantic, much has been made of the chivalry of millionaires Astor, Straus, and Guggenheim—gentlemen who bowed aside as women and children were loaded onto lifeboats.

Camera's Rolling

Last year’s Academy Awards broadcast was dragging on and Stephen Consentino was tired. He was tempted to go to bed, but his wife Lynn urged him to keep watching. After all, he had more of a connection to the awards show than most people.

An Easy Rider

An epiphany is a frequent occurrence in literature, but rare in life. Cliff La Motta had one on September 11, 2001.

The Art of It

Thali Folly

Chef Prasad Chirnomuola, owner and executive chef of the Future Food Group, with restaurants in New Canaan, New Haven, and Westport, shares his passion for Indian cuisine with Ridgefield customers at Thali on Route 7.

For Miles

The pale sunlight illuminates a stand of winter birches. Above, a cool blue sky stretches like a canopy. Indeed it’s easy to imagine one has entered an Impressionist painting while standing on the back porch of “Deer Run,” a country estate that occupies more than 300 privately owned acres in Redding.
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