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LeAnn Rimes Gets Personal On Stage at The Ridgefield Playhouse

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

A Decade of Smiles for Ridgefield Resident & Orthodontist Dr. Blaine Langberg

Written by Kerry Anne Ducey “I like the balance I have. I like to run, I like to write, I’m pretty into my screenplay, but don’t worry, I won’t quit my day job.” Most Ridgefield residents only know
Categories: Local Business

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

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

Readers Ask, First Selectman Rudy Marconi Answers

  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

Senator Blumenthal Visits Wilton Family & Brings Awareness to Pediatric Strokes

   Written by Ellie Coleman Editors note: Jennifer Angerame, Patch’s mom, is our HamletHub Wilton editor. “Everybody loves Patch,” Jennifer Angerame, Patch’s mom, told Senator Richard Blumenthal

Ridgefield’s Blue Face Mystery – SOLVED.

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

Ridgefield High School’s Favorite Colleges in 2013

  Written by Shane Donnelly by Shane Donnelly, HamletHub Intern Every year, there are a variety of colleges that the bulk of Ridgefield students apply to. What are the “popular universities ” this
Categories: Education

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

        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