Sunday, October 15th, Historic Old Town Hall Green
Open VISIONS Forum, Quick Center for the Arts, October 4
Just like camping went glamping, dog care has gone Wag Central
Bucket list additions to make the end of the season not seem so bad
Fairfielder and cocktail connoisseur Justin Pasha on what makes a summer party perfect
Vinyl is having a moment, and Fairfielders head to this cafe to play along
Ed Freedman gets his buzz from one deep, dark place: coffee. He brings his passion for all things coffee—baristas, pour-overs, cold brew, lattes—to the Brick Walk.
Fairfield Museum Invites Public to Participate in History-in-the-Making Photograph
Asylum Distillery’s small-batch spirits are the toast of Fairfield
Fire & Rice launched at the peak of paella’s high season: summer.
New boutique businesses highlight our love of family, good taste and charity
Bloodroot, a feminist restaurant (bookshop, weaving studio and vegetarian haven), celebrates forty years
A moment to celebrate Moffly Media wins in the Connecticut Press Club Contest 2017
Fairfielder Dan Zelson on transforming a historic property into a new multipurpose destination
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.