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You CAN change the world. Erica Mohr explains how

As Erica Mohr was reminiscing recently about a life-altering trip she took to Zambia, she reached for a letter on her living room table.
The letter was from Edwin, one of eight children in need Mohr is currently sponsoring through a humanitarian organization, Children...


Unique gardening book is a call to 'hope and glory'

"I want people to take responsibility for developing their own insights," O'Beirne explains. "I want them to be very aware of their environment, to know what moss feels like, to know that some leaves feel like velvet and some are sticky, to see drops of dew that sparkle."


Tell Me Something: Lisa Tepper Bates describes her ideal road trip

Lisa Tepper Bates has been the executive director of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness since May 2013. The coalition has a big event coming up - its Annual Training Institute May 8 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. At this day-long event for organizations working to end homelessness, CCEH provides training and information on best practices;...


'Trashion' Show fundraiser is littered with creativity

WESTERLY — Could you make a dress out of coffee filters and chicken wire? How about hairstyling rods — or better yet - duct tape?
(Maybe the more appropriate question is that if you could make it, would you wear it for a night out?)
Roughly 40 local professionals were asked to do just...


Tell Me Something: John Van Ness names the best local grinders

Spindrift Guitars General Manager John Van Ness has worked in downtown New London for much of his adult life. He did two stints at Caruso Music, the first one from 1987-1992, and the second one from 2006-2012. In between, he worked for many of the top musical instrument manufacturers in the industry. Of late, Van Ness, a drummer and vocalist, is supporting award-winning singer-songwriter Josi Davis in several different projects,...


Want to change your life? Start with lunch

What is the role of food in your life?
Do you plan or think about what you eat?



New look, more features: Here's what's happening with Grace

Read deeper.
That's the expanded mission of The Day's Sunday magazines - including Grace. We've adopted a cleaner print design to let quality of our storytelling and photography shine, and our new logo restates and refines our mission: to share great stories about local life and local personalities. In each quarterly issue, (March, June, October, December) you'll find compelling local people, creative ideas and beautiful photography.


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