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Photography Team Catches All, Even the Moments You Miss

When hiring a professional photographer for your special day, you should always look for someone who is going to be able to capture that spit second look,...

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Centers of Excellence at the Independent Day School

As educators of young people, schools are presented with the challenge of preparing students for the future in which they'll be living, learning, and...

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Kathryn “Katie” Contessa, Director

The Joy of Movement

"Dance is the hidden language of the soul and body. When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the's to enjoy each step...

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A Natural Curiosity

If exploration is in your nature, there's a spot in Ivoryton to check out. Over the past 30 years, Bushy Hill Nature Center has enriched the lives of people ...

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It All Started with a Typewriter

Every business industry must evolve to keep up with a world in which change is the only constant. But few businesses have to do so as quickly and effi...

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Photographer & Realtor Combines Passions

Beginning a career as a professional photographer in New York City, Tina Rupp has photographed celebrity chefs including Giada DeLaurentiis, Rachael Ray,...

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Photo by Dennis Carbo Photography

Getting Real with Real Estate & Your Home

From the day that your house goes on the market to the day it closes, your property needs to be in selling shape. It may take a little getting used to, but...

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How Can I Market My House in Winter?

Two of the questions realtor Betsy Anderson hears annually are "How can I market my home during the holiday season?" and "Is this the ideal time to market...

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The Village at Mariner’s Point Welcomes You

Overlooking the Long Island Sound in East Haven, The Village at Mariner's Point off ers the perfect setting to call home.Enjoy the company of good...

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Gracious Senior Living in Historic Mystic

When retired teacher Jean Gordon moved from a large house to Masonicare at Mystic in the spring of 2017, she knew right away "this was the best move." She...

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Seacrest Retirement Center Focuses on Residents’ Needs

Since 1985, Seacrest Luxury Retirement Center has been offering an alternative to seniors who chose not to or could no longer live at home. Seacrest has...

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Connecticut River Museum Anchored in the Community

The Connecticut River Museum (CRM) is a staple in downtown Essex. Among its mission to lead in the study, preservation, and celebration of the Connecticut...

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Inclusive Camps Focus on Friendship, Skill-Building at Connecticut Transition Academy

We get by with a little help from our friends, but sometimes, new connections need encouragement to grow. The Connecticut Transition Academy's Foundations...

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Kids Thrive at Local Montessori School

Shoreline School of Montessori is a preschool and kindergarten that has been proudly serving shoreline area families since 1985. Back then, "playschools"...

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Keep Your Kids Safe In and Around Water This Fall & Winter

There is a list of basic life skills all parents instinctively teach their children to keep them safe and healthy—habits like looking both ways...

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Living Room Staged by PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating

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How to Prepare Your Home This Winter for a Successful Spring Sale

If you are planning to sell your home next spring, why not get a jumpstart during the fall/winter season so you have more time and less stress while...

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Does a Seller Have an Obligation to Disclose a Property’s Condition?

In Connecticut, the law requires Sellers to disclose to potential buyers any known defects that could adversely affect the property. Disclosures are...

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At Home

What to Expect When Working With an Interior Designer

While most people are just getting up in the morning, Chantal Lawrence is already at her retail shop and design studio, Total Design Source, on Main Street...

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MPower Yourself

You may have heard that a good fi tness program is one that you can stick to. Finding the perfect option can take years, and boredom can often cause us to...

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This year’s annual Christmas in Clinton event will take place on Dec. 2. Photo by Kelley Fryer/

Holiday Events Across the Shoreline

THURSDAY, NOV. 22Branford Rotary & YMCA Thanksgiving 5K: 9 a.m.; registration at 7:30 a.m. Walsh Intermediate School, 185...

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Photo courtesy of Laura Grimmer

Holiday Desserts Anyone Can Make

CHOCOLATE MOUSSEOne of my favorite "wow!" desserts is chocolate mousse. The recipe is straightforward, easy to make in advance, and...

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Many towns hold Stuff-a-Cruiser events to collect toys for local children in need. Photo by Susan Lambert/

The Season of Giving...Time

Thanksgiving through the New Year tends to be a time when folks take stock of all they have to be grateful for and think about giving back to those who...

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Cody Shove gives Santa a hug at Madison’s holiday celebration last year. Photo by Susan Lambert/

Where to See Santa on the Shoreline

FRIDAY, NOV. 23Santa at the Museum: 10 a.m. to noon; 1 to 3 p.m. Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme. Includes holiday...

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This year’s holiday parade and tree lighting in Westbrook will take place on Dec. 2 on the town green. Photo by Kelley Fryer/

Tree Lightings on the Shoreline

SATURDAY, NOV. 24East Haven Tree Lighting: 1 to 5 p.m. East Haven Town Green. Features music and dancing by local groups, district-...

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‘Tis the Season for Binge-Watching

With so many cable alternatives where viewers can watch TV shows on their own time instead of having to tune in to a network at a designated time,...

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