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The best sports bars in lower Fairfield County

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by Andrew Dominick With all the holiday hoopla, no one ever forgets about the NFL. If you’re a big football fan, you will surely sneak out on your family this weekend to catch a game. After all, there are some huge games coming up that have bragging rights and playoff implications on the line. One […] [Read More]

Bags, bags, and more bags at the Scout Pop-Up Store in SoNo

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by Andrew Dominick If you take a stroll down Washington Street in SoNo and gaze through the glass of a certain store, your eyes cannot help the mesmerizing feeling that your brain will soon receive. All kinds of patterns, checkered, plaid, leopard spots, striped, and army fatigued, will stand out. Soon after, the pastel pinks, […] [Read More]
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Looking for something to do? Maybe you will run into a celebrity at Ballo during Mohegan Sun’s 15th anniversary bash

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Written by Andrew Dominick Celebrity sightings in Connecticut! Mohegan Sun’s newest, and hippest eatery, Ballo Italian Restaurant & Social Club, hosted a few big names last night that were on hand to celebrate the casino’s 15th anniversary. Food Network star and owner of Bar Americain at the casino, Bobby Flay, stopped by Ballo to sample […] [Read More]

BUILDERS NEEDED FOR THE 2011 “FESTIVAL OF LIGHTHOUSES CONTEST” AT THE MARITIME AQUARIUM AT NORWALK

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Lighthouse builders: start your minds racing. Entry forms are being accepted now for The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk’s 10th annual “Festival of Lighthouses Contest,” which awards an Aquarium Family Membership for each accepted entry and $3,300 in prizes, including $1,500 for first place. “To mark our milestone 10th year for the contest, we are increasing […] [Read More]

The Soccer Club of Ridgefield Announces 28th Annual Labor Day Warm-Up Tournament & Seeks Teams from Norwalk

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The Soccer Club of Ridgefield (“SCOR”) is planning its 28th Annual Labor Day Warm-Up Tournament for September 3rd and 4th this year. The tournament is sanctioned by the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) and is open to boys and girls teams in age groups U-9 through U-14. SCOR expects to host more than 150 games […] [Read More]
Categories: Sports

Listen to the Music at The Levitt Pavilion on Thursday Evening

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Written by John Hoctor Connecticut rock and roll fans will be treated to the ultimate mid-summer’s night this Thursday night in a benefit concert at The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts by Bay Area veteran rockers, The Doobie Brothers. Two of the undaunted original member “brothers” have been together since the late sixties – […] [Read More]

Rowayton Library Joins “Fight Hunger Campaign” by Collecting Donations of Peanut Butter & Jelly – Now through the end of July

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Written by Terri Garlick For some people, including those in the Norwalk community, hunger isn’t satisfied so quickly and it becomes a day-to-day struggle. The Rowayton Library is dedicated to helping the community, and is once again partnering with AlphaGraphics, the print, graphics and marketing communications provider located in Norwalk, in “AlphaGraphics Fights Hunger campaign.” […] [Read More]
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Need a Staycation? Try Camp Mahackeno, Sundays in July

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By Terri Garlick On Sundays, July 10, 17, 24, and 31 from 11 am to 4 pm, the Westport-Weston Y is offering Summer Sundays at Family Y’s Mahackeno Outdoor Center for the entire family.  This is a great opportunity to spend precious family time in one of Connecticut’s best outdoor, recreational spaces. The Mahackeno complex offers […] [Read More]