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Frustration looms for Ridgefielder who is in search of his brother

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According to Ken, Bill was involved in the internationally supported anti-poaching efforts in Odzala Kokoua Park, Republic of Congo, through African-Parks.org. A U.S plane arrived on the African continent and Bill was flying it to Congo to be utilized to cease Elephant poaching. [Read More]

Connecticut’s First Residential Hospice Facility to Open in Danbury

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A 35,000 square foot regional hospice facility that sits on a 6 picturesque wooded acres is presently being built on Ridgebury Road in Danbury. This is Connecticut’s first and only private room, family oriented ‘residential style’ hospice facility. [Read More]

Drink Pink & help local charities: DATE CHANGE!

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Kristen Jensen’s “Faces of Courage” exhibit, pink cocktails, nibbles, heart warming stories & so much more! Don’t miss the 4th Annual Drink Pink Think Pink to benefit Ann’s Place and Danbury Hospital Breast Cancer Program! [Read More]

“Drink Pink, Think Pink” and raise funds for cancer charities!

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It was four years ago when Kristen Jensen and her amazing portraits of beautiful women, who also happened to have breast cancer, joined forces with Sarah Bouissou from Bernard’s and Kerry Anne Ducey from HamletHub to create an event. For four consecutive years, the “Drink Pink, Think “Pink” event has been a heart-warming way to honor the many faces of courage and raise awareness and funds to fight cancer, a disease that touches everyone…survivors, friends, caregivers and men and women alike. [Read More]

A Hotel in Ridgefield? Aye is louder than Nay

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Hundreds of Ridgefield residents gathered at Town Hall this evening for a Special Town Meeting to authorize the sale of the Town owned five-acre site on the north side of Old Quarry Road to Mr. Steve Zemo who has proposed to erect a 50 suite hotel and banquet facility on the property. [Read More]

LeAnn Rimes Gets Personal On Stage at The Ridgefield Playhouse

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LeAnn Rimes dazzled, sparkled, and got comfortable in front of the packed Playhouse crowd. “I love performing here,” said Rimes. “I feel like I’m singing in my livingroom,” she added [Read More]

The Bright Future on the Big Screen: Prospector Theater Shop on Main Street

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Written by Ellie Coleman Main Street strollers have been curiously gazing into 454 Main Street, the former home of Butterflies & Zebras, in wonder of the new business that recently moved in. Turns out, the space has been leased to The Prospector Theatre, which is being erected behind The Ridgefield Library. Hamlethub spoke with Val Jensen, […] [Read More]

Readers Ask, First Selectman Rudy Marconi Answers

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  Written by Shane Donnelly and Justin Picard         Q: Can you comment on the recent events involving John Valuzzo?   A: I met John Valuzzo once or twice…It’s an unfortunate situation. When there are two people with guns in a confrontation, the outcome will not be good…the officer responded to a […] [Read More]

Ridgefield’s Blue Face Mystery – SOLVED.

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Written by Ellie Coleman by Ellie Coleman HamletHub is proud to announce that we have solved the popular long-running “Blue Face Mystery”! Tree slices with faces painted on them, as shown here, have been inspiring interesting explanations from our readers since 2011. A recent exclusive interview with Ridgefield’s self-titled “community artist”, who wishes to remain […] [Read More]

Third Saturdays at The Aldrich Inspires Young Minds to Think Outside of the Lines

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        A two year old pondering the abstract nature of art that has been created using the mundane ballpoint pen? Yup.   Michelle Friedman, Youth and Family Programs for The Aldrich, and Extreme Draw On! intern, Angela Rountos, encouraged children aged 2 through 10, to dig deep into the meaning and technique of […] [Read More]