Charismatic teacher creates community of dance lovers

By itself, one of Susan Fletcher's Zumba classes is already akin to having the most fun you've ever had dancing at a wedding, a Latin dance party disguised as exercise.

Love of farm-to-table food shines in the details at Pantry Cafe

Tucked away in a leafy spot off Otrobando Avenue, The Pantry Cafe is quickly making a name for itself in original dishes and exceptional pastry.

Serve Here CT targets twin evils - unemployment and high student debt

Last fall, in collaboration with Child and Family’s executive director Tom Gullotta, local philanthropist Alva Greenberg launched Serve Here CT, a program that matches qualified applicants between the ages of 18 and 29 with jobs at area nonprofit organizations, schools and municipalities.

Small Potatoes celebrates Connecticut creativity

Erica Corbett has an eye for talent and an eye for organization, and it shows in her unique consignment shop.

It's the funniest thing

If it was up to Kristin Hartnett, life would come with a laugh track automatically installed. It's not the recycled one-liners of Steve Martin and Johnny Carson that give her a chuckle, but rather the experiences people encounter on a daily basis.

On the hunt for memories in the Bahamas

An hour after checking in to Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour in West End, Grand Bahama Island, I feel as though I've entered an Etch-a-Sketch that someone has shaken, leaving just a blank grey screen.


Catching up on a few happy items

A look at our web page and what's inside the October/November issue


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