ON OUR RADAR
Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention
BRENDAN O'CONNELL, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE YAMIN
BRENDAN O'CONNELL, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE YAMIN
The artist best known for his iconic paintings of Walmart and Consumer Brand Products exhibits his abstract work in Litchfield County. 
BOB GIUSTI, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE YAMIN
BOB GIUSTI, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE YAMIN
The Burnham Library in Bridgewater honors a local resident with an exhibition of his superb work. Robert Giusti's successful career as an illustrator and artist reflects a life devoted to art.
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Even with freezing temperatures and record amounts of snow, there’s much to do this winter in Litchfield County. From the taste of delicious maple syrup to snow-covered trails, there’s many reasons not to stay inside. Here’s a selection of places and events to savor the winter season.
Guest Bloggers
Lisa Fielding
CONSTANCE SCHIANO
The Best Texas Chili Ever!
And this is no tall tale...
Lisa Fielding cannot imagine chili without beans, and she would never make chili with ground beef.
 
Lisa Fielding
CONSTANCE SCHIANO
Local Arts and Culture
Vincent Inconiglios opens at the Morrison Gallery in Kent, Jessica Jane shows recent work at the Cornwall Library, following works on paper from Jennifer Ebner. In Washington Depot, the WAA holds its its Annual Members Show, a salon-style mix of professional and amateur artists work, while Ken Cornet collages can be found at Marty’s cafe, also in Washington Depot.
Views & Vistas
Natural beauty, stunning landscapes by local artists
Winter Geraniums, 2014
Featured Artist: Diana Swoyer