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    Westport native Melanie Siegel (center) will play Grandma Tzeitel in the National Broadway Tour of Fiddler on the Roof at the Palace Theater in Waterbury on Jan. 28 and 29. Photo: Carol Rosegg / Westport News

    Papier-Mache CANDY Container with CAULIFLOWER Body, RADISH Arms, CARROT Feet. Sold for $4,312.00!

    This Jan. 11, 2016 photo shows baked penne pasta with proscuitto and fontina cheese in Concord, N.H. This dish is from a recipe by Sara Moulton. Photo: Matthew Mead, AP / AP

    If you define your industry as 'boring,' here are some ways to spice up your marketing strategy and get noticed. [...] what are you supposed to do when the industry you operate in is bland, boring and simply not sexy? The company selling trash bags is going to have to get a lot more creative than the business selling smartphones. Bu, if you’re willing to get creative and invest in the right strategies, you’ll soon discover that your “boring” industry can be sexy, too. With the right cont...

    Gloria Steinem Slammed for Suggesting Young Women Support Bernie Sanders to Chase Boys Feminist icon Gloria Steinem has drawn the wrath of the Twitterverse for suggesting that young women supporting Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign are doing so to gain the attention of men. Maher had been pressing the 81-year-old feminist about why polls suggest that young American women are backing the Vermont senator over Steinem’s preferred Democratic candidate, former secretary of state Hillary Cl...

    Shares of Eversource Energy dropped 2 percent Friday morning, after the company released its fourth quarter and 2015 results and outlook, and as U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal expressed “outrage” at circumstances of some 200 Eversource employees who lost their jobs, while calling for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. On Friday, Blumenthal (D-Conn.) called for a federal investigation of whether Eversource improperly laid off 200 information technology workers who were asked t...

    The top 10 most booked restaurants in Upstate New York. I haven't even heard of some of these! Thus is my bucket list for 2016!

    #4 Write an Article - What Girl Scouting means to me. Have each girl write a sentence or two and put on a poster with article headline.

    Friends of Jeff Moxham, a Brookfield resident who was paralyzed when a garage door fell on him earlier this month, are raising funds to assist with his recovery. A Go Fund Me page has been created where people can contribute money to help with medical bills, rehab, recovery and other expenses.

    Rogerson foods | James C.. Rogerson House, 1929 Photo-6227955.84719 - NewsTimes

    Evidence of Fairfield’s early agrarian society still exists, although in much more subtle ways than in generations past. Built Green is an environmentally friendly, non-profit residential building program that promotes green building and education programs. According to the organization’s website, Built Green is a voluntary program that requires third-party verification. The program requires builders or developers to follow a specific set of criteria to attain status as a Built Green home...

    The Beatles are seen here with Ed Sullivan on Feb. 9, 1964, in a photo taken by Bill Eppridge. The renowned photojournalist’s images of The Fab Four are on view in a new show opening this week at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. From left are Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ed Sullivan, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Photo: Bill Eppridge / Contributed Photo / ©The Estate of Bill Eppridge. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction without permission of the Estate of Bill Eppridge.

    A staircase in the mansion on the property at 124 Old Mill Rd. in Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. The 15,862 sq. ft. house on 75.7 acres was formerly owned by movie star Mel Gibson. The mansion built in 1926 has 15 bedrooms, 10 full- and seven half-baths, a pool, movie theater, tennis court, stables, pond, outdoor hedge maze and life-sized outdoor chess board. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Greenwich Time

    Sun shines through the stained glass windows in the living room of the mansion on the property at 124 Old Mill Rd. in Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. The 15,862 sq. ft. house on 75.7 acres was formerly owned by movie star Mel Gibson. The mansion built in 1926 has 15 bedrooms, 10 full- and seven half-baths, a pool, movie theater, tennis court, stables, pond, outdoor hedge maze and life-sized outdoor chess board. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Greenwich Time

    The main entryway to the mansion on the property at 124 Old Mill Rd. in Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. The 15,862 sq. ft. house on 75.7 acres was formerly owned by movie star Mel Gibson. The mansion built in 1926 has 15 bedrooms, 10 full- and seven half-baths, a pool, movie theater, tennis court, stables, pond, outdoor hedge maze and life-sized outdoor chess board. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Greenwich Time

    The living room fireplace in the mansion on the property at 124 Old Mill Rd. in Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. The 15,862 sq. ft. house on 75.7 acres was formerly owned by movie star Mel Gibson. The mansion built in 1926 has 15 bedrooms, 10 full- and seven half-baths, a pool, movie theater, tennis court, stables, pond, outdoor hedge maze and life-sized outdoor chess board. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Greenwich Time


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