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  • Trying New Tricks With a Locally Made Salsa

    Trying New Tricks With a Locally Made Salsa
    Sarah Galluzzo really believes in the versatility of her homemade salsa. "Oh, I'll throw it in anything from coleslaw to Asian dishes," she said. The Fairfield resident likes to push the boundaries of how to use the tomato-based dip, and she posts the...
  • Three New Exhibits on Display at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan

    Three New Exhibits on Display at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan
    New Canaan's Silvermine Arts Center is a haven for talent and high quality visual art. They've got a trio of end-of-summer shows that will help ease us into the fall, in a visually stimulating way. Robert Gregson's Full Tilt allows the viewer to rotate...
  • The Hottest, Most Brutal Hot Sauce Around

    The Hottest, Most Brutal Hot Sauce Around
    Everyone has that friend that's always talking about how spicy they like their food, annoyingly asking for their vindaloo even hotter and slathering red goop with foreign labels on everything they eat. The next time this guy shows up at your dinner...
  • 4/15/2012-Cartoon: Dem. Connecticut Senate Candidates

    4/15/2012-Cartoon: Dem. Connecticut Senate Candidates
     Ah, it's feeling more and more like Summer every day. And speaking of summer, the Republican and Democratic primaries for Joe Lieberman's soon to be vacant  Senate seat are in August. So, first, let's take a look at the Democrats.   Chris Murphy, a...
  • Our Picks: Three Gypsy Swing Shows in Fairfield County

    Our Picks: Three Gypsy Swing Shows in Fairfield County
    Django Reinhardt is credited with more or less inventing gypsy jazz while living in Paris in the 1930s, and since then no one's done it quite as well as he did. This week there are three musical events in Fairfield County alone that pay homage to...
  • Five Questions: Businessman, Manchester Native Has Some Answers

    Five Questions: Businessman, Manchester Native Has Some Answers
    Longtime businessman Bob Seelert, 66, has been chairman of the international advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi for the past 12 years. He was born and raised in Manchester and currently lives in New Canaan. His new book is titled "Start With The Answer."...
  • Breuer house a lesson on sales

    Breuer house a lesson on sales
    NEW YORK -- Artist David Diao says, "I was the beginning," and he doesn't mean it in a good way. First he bought a Marcel Breuer-designed house -- a novel home, for sure, designed around a sleek aluminium Spartan Trailer -- on 15 acres two hours upstate....
  • Like A Day At The Beach

    Michael Fogg was bummed after watching a backhoe chew up an old house in East Hampton recently. Fogg could have used wood from that tear-down to build cabinets and furniture — maybe a table like the one sitting outside his Colchester workshop...
  • Bush: No negotiation with 'killers'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated JERUSALEM - President Bush, addressing the Israeli parliament at a time celebrated by Israelis and mourned by Palestinians, today will remind Israelis that Americans rose first to the recognition of the new independent state of.....
  • Chris Russo supports multiple myeloma research

     
    I just heard an ad for this on WFAN. It's a race Sunday in New Canaan to support multiple myeloma research. (Chris Russo is one of the event chairs!) A link is the least I can do, seeing as how......
  • Bridgeport Bishop Is An Energetic, Outspoken Defender Of Church

    Bishop William E. Lori stands before 141 married couples in the airy sanctuary of St. Theresa Church on a bright October afternoon. In a voice carrying the faintest trace of the Kentucky lilt that his Louisville upbringing suggests, he welcomes the...
  • Walter Coleman

    In November 1976, a monsignor received a complaint that a New Canaan apartment rented by the Rev. Walter Coleman was being "visited by teenagers" and had become a "nuisance." During the same year, Coleman took a leave from the church and traveled across...