Downtown Fairfield, April 29
Fairfield, April 27, 2017
The singer-songwriter discusses his passion, style, greatest influences and what to expect for his upcoming studio album, Bad Ass and Blind
Experience the arts as never before with performances from Fairfield University’s Arts Incubator Program
What would President George Washington say about his stay in Fairfield? “Very rough road.”
International Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 12-18
Ward Horton on his smart moves to become an actor, settle his family in Fairfield and join the new prime-time show Pure Genius
Better pet photography with Jim Dratfield
Many of us fantasize about transforming our lives in some way, but we don’t always get around to making those big changes and putting dreams into action. Meet eight inspiring people who’ve done just that.
New Executive Director Steers Venerated Book-lending Institution into the Digital-Knowledge Age
Fighting for justice
More than a dozen farmers and producers to participate
The landmark hotel in Fairfield boasts a makeover
Photographer Melani Lust picks a few faves in Fairfield
Gary Swanson, Jr. and his wife Sue are offered a clean slate, do they succeed?
What’s going on with the large grassy field located at 2190 Post Road?
The Greenfield Hill Mercato undergoes a major renovation
Four open mic nights you don’t have to feel weird about
If GE should leave, what happens to Fairfield’s real estate, philanthropic endeavors and “PR value”?
From Mozart to Beethoven, read about 20 year old Fairfield resident and sensational pianist, Alexander Beyer
Homes that survived the notorious “Burning of Fairfield” in the 1700s
Enjoy a night (or morning!) out on the town!
The program Museum After Dark debuts with two new exhibits