Prodigy, Juilliard and Yale graduate, and violin virtuoso
Shopping splurge at Westport’s new Anthropologie and BHLDN
Innovative makeup case/clutch, Face in a Case
The Imaginative World of Sherri Wolfgang
Local gym expands and adds new fitness classes
Westport Library brings the actor to town for Booked for the Evening
Bloodroot, a feminist restaurant (bookshop, weaving studio and vegetarian haven), celebrates forty years
A moment to celebrate Moffly Media wins in the Connecticut Press Club Contest 2017
Le Boudoir, a beauty salon, blows in to Westport
Nancy Sharon Collins will introduce her Lagniappe line of stationery and sign copies of her book.
The singer-songwriter discusses his passion, style, greatest influences and what to expect for his upcoming studio album, Bad Ass and Blind
A sneak peek of the transformational downtown Westport development
Weston is one of the best kept secrets in Fairfield County and the town’s Strategic Planning Committee is making it easy for others to find out.
Ward Horton on his smart moves to become an actor, settle his family in Fairfield and join the new prime-time show Pure Genius
Dynamo Prathibha Varkey cuts a path through the challenges of the ever-changing healthcare system
Many of us fantasize about transforming our lives in some way, but we don’t always get around to making those big changes and putting dreams into action. Meet eight inspiring people who’ve done just that.
Design Within Reach Renovates a Landmark Building for Its New Westport Studio
Meet the sibling team behind the Connecticut lifestyle brand The Two Oh Three
Second City Conservatory grad Heather DeLude, teaches English and theater arts at Wilton High School and runs improv workshops and shows with her group Freeplay at the school’s Little Theater.
Jamie Mann follows his dream to Billy Elliot
The Bike Lady Rides into Town
The TV host, comedian and car lover at Ridgefield Playhouse
Playwright, Screenwriter, and Fairfield Resident Jonathan Tolins brings his show and actor Michael Urie to the Westport Country Playhouse through July 3
Ladies, brave enough for boudoir photography?
A writer and producer for a number of hit shows, Wilton’s Clyde Phillips takes on the Bronx in his new AMC series
The Land of Nod tucks into Crate and Barrel
Images courtesy Westport Arts Center Ann Chernow is a bad girl, or at least she aspires to become one. And she does it with the style of a true diva, whose talents know no boundaries. Chernow’s latest spree is “noir,” and she goes about it with unbridled passion, as she steps into other eras where she is at her artistic best. “Film Noir” (black film) depicts the movies that evolved from the steamy dime novels of the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s, usually shot in black and white and filled with crime, violence and overt sexual decadence. It was a time when men were all muscle and brawn, and women dripped rhinestones as big as doorknobs, their platinum manes flung over their ermine furs, as they sipped pink champagne in dimly-lighted nightclubs. Cigarette smoke curled around them, enveloping the room in a hazy glow, while Louis Armstrong belted out melancholy tunes on his trumpet amidst the heady aroma of cheap perfume. Chernow captures it all in her litany of artistic mediums. Born in New York City, her family moved to Rochester, New York, and returned to Flushing, Queens when Chernow was nine. It was there she discovered her artistic calling early. […]
For a young designer, Katie Ermilio knows a lot about old Hollywood glamour.
Matt Bernson plants his feet in Westport
Emily Liebert on her latest novel, Some Women
Casting out doubt about good home lighting
Actor Joel Grey on living somewhere between black-and-white truths in his life and career, until now
Expert advice from five local pros on taming your winter locks
Berries, greens & veggies nurture The Stand to its tenth year and multiple off-shoots
Unique finds at Blue Star Bazaar in Wilton
Scandinavian style to Old Saugatuck
Accepting Grant Applications Through November 20, 2015
The kitchen and family room share space harmoniously in this new Westport home
The Westport Police announced today that in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a pink police decal vehicle has been donated to the department for the month of October.
The family home post-Sandy means enduring coastal style with new realities
Rooftop space for living with a new perspective
42nd Annual Westport Fine Arts Festival, July 18-19
Display ideas at local shops that work in your home
Rethinking good business with Jack Mitchell
See the town’s top 5 most expensive homes