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A few years ago, I witnessed a mass killing from my porch overlooking the Five Mile River in Rowayton. I didn’t report it. But when I heard that it happened again this year, I decided to reveal, in detail, what I saw and learned on that fateful day in November:

Where & When

On a mild Tuesday evening in November, comedian and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson stands sheepishly holding a microphone at the bottom of a hill behind a suburban hotel. As he takes in his surroundings — a backdrop of barren trees, the back of an adjacent two-story home, the chirpin…

Home & Living

There’s no denying that life has changed quite a bit over the past 10 months, and as much as we would like to, we can’t predict how things will look moving forward. After all, if there’s one thing that 2020 has taught us it’s that we need to take things one day at a time. Beyond that, well, …

In Patrick Doherty’s work as a certified financial planner with the Danbury wealth management firm Reby Advisors, more than a few clients have mulled whether to call it a career earlier than they might have otherwise as a result of the pandemic, whether by choice or loss of a job. While the …

Marney White didn’t like exercising, but she knew weight-bearing exercise was good for her. So, she set a goal to only allow herself to watch TV if she also ran or walked on the treadmill. “I didn’t start to look forward to my daily exercise until I coupled it with trash TV,” says White, a l…

Eat & Drink

The Last Word

Chrissy Tracey, 26, is the first vegan chef to become a cast member in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen, an online channel of the food magazine’s popular instructional recipe videos. Her parents emigrated from Jamaica 35 years ago, and Tracey grew up in Cheshire with her six siblings. Today, Tra…

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