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Over The Border in the Shawangunks

I am terrified of heights. Let me reveal that little secret now. After reading this, you will believe one of two things: 1) I’m a liar or 2) I’m a masochist. Admittedly, I’m a writer, so perhaps I’m both.

By John Bateman | December 12, 2014
Hollister House Garden

An English Garden Oasis in Washington, Connecticut

A short drive from the center of Washington, Connecticut is an enchanting English garden the like of which has never been seen this side of the Atlantic.

By Mark B. Oliver | August 14, 2012
The Bulkeley Bridge: An Architectural Treasure

Each day over 140,000 drivers pass directly over one of New England’s most important architectural treasures. Most are daily commuters who see only red taillights, tandem trailers and merging...

By Sam L. Rothman | July 13, 2012
Deacon Palmer’s House

Noank, Connecticut

Remembering our days growing up in Groton Long Point, Connecticut in the 1950’s, my friends and I have vivid memories of the house everyone referred to as the “Gingerbread House.”

By Kate Romani | June 26, 2012
Cortina Gardens - A Family Run Garden Center

New Milford, Connecticut

Gardening in New England is no easy affair. With harsh winters, and arid hot summers, only certain plants will thrive, and then only if planted in the correct position in the garden.

By Mark B. Oliver | May 03, 2012
The Day Don Imus Was Governor of Connecticut

Voters in all six New England states elected governors this fall. Safe to say, none of those chosen will gain the notoriety of the man who served briefly as governor of Connecticut in 1992. That man...

By Sam L. Rothman | March 22, 2012
A Book To Live Your Life By

Two Connecticut Writers Launch Their First Book Aimed at Helping Teenagers

We live in a harsh world sometimes. And with the abundance of media and news outlets, it seems there’s little to life but negative stories.

By Brian Scott-Smith | March 09, 2012
Love Letters to Litchfield…

Litchfield, Connecticut

I’m just passing through, understand. It’s a couple of weeks’ pause, sandwiched between Southern California, and southern France.

By Holly Wojahn | March 05, 2012

A Store Full of Hidden Treasures, Litchfield, Connecticut

Serendipity: “The faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for.” Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

By Mark B. Oliver | January 31, 2012



The Constitution State with its unique geography and close proximity to New York City, is a state of startling contrasts from wealthy suburban enclaves, to rural towns situated in rustic hills. Long picturesque seacoasts, stunning lakes and striking rivers are also abundant.

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In our first monthly column on the Naval Submarine Base New London, or SUBASE, ONE looks at the history and development of the world’s first submarine base. In our first monthly column on the Naval Su

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