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Do you see a pattern here?

Marge Ellingson, secretary of the Country Quilters of Northeast Connecticut, says the age-old craft is seeing a rebirth due to magazines, websites...

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Book chronicles the remarkable women of Old Saybrook

Given the attractiveness of Saybrook as a community, it attracted interesting sorts of people. I really do think that every community also has an...

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Fundraiser takes 'trash the dress' to a lovely level

"Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn."
— Gore...

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'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...

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Down and dirty: Mud runs are a fun, popular way to push your limits

Sherry Sroka is typically a clean and fastidious person. Yet as she crawled on her belly through a pool of mud, she didn't think to close her mouth until a bystander reminded her. She was quite appreciative. So goes one's first mud run — a series of challenges in the military-style race for civilians that is gaining popularity across the...

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