September-October 2013

In This Issue

Spotlight on Fairfield

Celebrating Local Business Owners

The New Normal

Researchers and educators are helping to remove the stigma of autism. As a result, families are putting together the pieces of their very personal puzzles

Survivorship

The CT Challenge Center for Survivorship in Southport focuses on life after cancer diagnosis and treatment

Innocence Lost

On December 14, 2012, the world stood still as the events of Newtown unfolded. The unimaginable had happened. And yet, out of the tragedy, heroes were born. Kaitlin Roig is one of them. She barricaded the door, told her students she loved them and pray

Ten Teens

Many talents, future focus

The Wakeman Way

A Century of Fostering Youth at the Wakeman Boys & Girls Club

Table of Contents: September/October 2013

From the Editor: Town Spirit

Most Popular Articles

  1. Fairfield Community Theater
    The fate of downtown Fairfield’s icon hangs in the balance
  2. Top Teachers of Fairfield Living
    We talked to the Top Teachers and the Top Teens who nominated them
  3. English Beat: “Fairfield, here we come.”
    Beat vocalist and guitarist Dave Wakeling talks fave Fairfield traditions, philanthropy through music, and the band’s fan-fueled upcoming album.
  4. Hana Tokyo
    New hibachi restaurant and sushi bar is the latest addition to the Fairfield restaurant scene.
  5. Crafting and Caring
    A Little Square boutique

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