Book Announcement- If Only Houses Could Talk

A bright side of COVID gave Portland, Connecticut, architect Alain Munkittrick time to produce his book depicting 160 restored and historic houses in the Connecticut River Valley, all of which have stories to tell.

The Spirit of The Kate

The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, affectionately and officially known as “The Kate,” is first and foremost a performance space.

Gardening for Good- Lawn Care We Can Live With

Ah, spring. For the gardeners among us it is the long-awaited return to being outside, smelling the soil, welcoming the sun. And regardless of how you spent your winter month —planning or just anticipating—the gardening season is now upon us. And suddenly there’s oh so much to do.

What’s For Dinner?

For centuries it had been thought that one should only eat shellfish in a month with an R in it—the “R factor”—and for good reason.

Estuary for Young Readers #9

Here in Saybrook, we’re still adjusting to the idea that our new President, Abraham Lincoln, is calling up an army so he can preserve the Union and abolish slavery.