September 2011

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September 2011

Features

Best of Connecticut 2011

Best of Connecticut 2011

Looking for the best of just about everything in Connecticut? Here’s your guide.We’ve done the research and now we’d like to share our discoveries with you—and maybe even inspire your own search.

Kokoro, Greenwich

If this slim, sleek, silvery slip of a restaurant is anything, it's hip. Calling its cuisine modern Asian, Kokoro mix-matches exotic flavors and Google-worthy ingredients with eye-catching panache. It works because two of the world’s great cuisines, Japanese and French, underlie much that goes on here.

Bin 100, Milford

Bin 100, Milford

Italy and Spain both border the Mediterranean and cook with many of the same ingredients but their cuisines differ, sometimes subtly, sometimes dramatically, and it’s fun to find them under one roof as we do at Bin 100.

Second Summer

Second Summer

Who says the season ends after Labor Day? Not us!

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Departments

Lary Bloom's Notebook

Manhood, Redefined

Reflections on stuff guys don’t want to talk about.

Being There

Being There: Milking Time

Being There: Milking Time

Guida’s Dairy in New Britain has been providing milk from Connecticut cows for 125 years.

First

Q&A: Jill Abramson

Q&A: Jill Abramson

See Jill become The New York Times' first woman executive editor. Read her charming new memoir, "The Puppy Diaries," in stores Oct. 11.

This Month

Q&A: Jane Green

Q&A: Jane Green

Westport author Jane Green talks about life as a writer—including interviewing Hugh Grant, raising six kids and living in Figless Manor—at the Mohegan Sun Cabaret Theatre Sept. 22.

The Bijou Is Back

The Bijou Is Back

The Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport—the oldest surviving movie theater in the country—will reopen its doors officially on Sept. 10 after undergoing an extensive renovation.

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