Dec 27, 2013
05:54 PM
The Connecticut Story

2013 in Connecticut (Magazine): Best Dining, Arts, Politics, Issues, Fashion & More

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Any health section has to start with our Top Docs and Top Dentists.

One of the stories we published online with the most gravity concerned the battle against cancer with gene therapy.

Another important story chronicles the quest of a doctor who lives in Woodbury, who is also a Harvard Fellow, to cure what’s wrong with doctors through a med school curriculum based on the arts—like opera.

Our story on Chelsea Wheeler of Oxford is a must-read.

Also important was the story on the Norwalk-based HIV Equal campaign.

And it seems like the right time of year for our story on destination spas.

On the more substantial side is our October feature on healthy living beyond cancer treatment.

And closing out the year, we checked in with the new juice “detox” venture Karma Cleanse, launched in Connecticut by a former attorney.

Homes & Gardens

There are lots of print stories to choose from, all of them compelling. Just a few select ones to leave you with:

Man caves

Energy efficient homes

Landscaping don’ts and do’s

Hope you enjoyed this look back at 2013 through the lens of Connecticut Magazine. All of that content was a mere fraction of what we published in all—either in print or online, or both. And we expect in 2014 to significantly increase the volume, variety and range of stories, especially online. Stay tuned to for everything you need to know about our great state in the year to come.

And Happy New Year!


2013 in Connecticut (Magazine): Best Dining, Arts, Politics, Issues, Fashion & More

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