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  1. Culinary Instructor And Chef Sticks To Her Roots By Supporting Local Farms

    Culinary Instructor And Chef Sticks To Her Roots By Supporting Local Farms

    DARIEN, Conn. -- An executive chef, owner of The Main Course Catering Company and culinary arts instructor at Staples High School in Westport, Cecily Gans is used to wearing many different. As with any chef or restaurateur, she likes to know exactly where her ingredients come from. A firm believer in the farm-to-table movement, Gans makes every effort to to buy food locally, supporting ...

  2. Interested In Becoming A Real Estate Agent? Listing Pro Shares Her Tips

    Interested In Becoming A Real Estate Agent? Listing Pro Shares Her Tips

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- Real estate can be a challenging, but rewarding profession. From business professionals seeking the next challenge to residents who know their hometown inside and out, getting started in real estate can offer a life changing opportunity. To get started in real estate, applicants must complete a 75-hour pre-licencing curriculum before taking a written exam. Once ...

  3. Rethinking Teen Mental Health: Why We Should Consider A Different Approach

    Rethinking Teen Mental Health: Why We Should Consider A Different Approach

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- The mental health of our teenagers is an ongoing issue in America. In addition, therapists, counselors and parents seek to understand and treat adolescent mental health in ways that do no harm. In an effort to shed light on this topic, Newport Academy, an adolescent treatment facility, and the University of Connecticut are hosting a day conference on Nov. 9 that ...

  4. Changing Of The Guard: Technology And Real Estate

    Changing Of The Guard: Technology And Real Estate

    WILTON, Conn. -- Technology has changed the face of nearly every industry, and perhaps none more so than real estate. Agents, homebuyers and sellers all have benefited from the adaptation of mobile technology, and can now add and browse listings with just the touch of a button. This easily accessible information is especially useful for first-time buyers, who make up a large portion of ...

  5. Sharpen Your Knowledge: The Difference Between Honing And Sharpening

    Sharpen Your Knowledge: The Difference Between Honing And Sharpening

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Maintaining a knife's sharp, smooth edge demands proper maintenance and care. While knives don't need to be sharpened or honed after every use, it's important to know when a blade needs attention. Knowing when to hone versus sharpen depends largely on a knife's current level of sharpness. "Honing steel will re-align the microscopic teeth and can be used ...

  6. Saddle Up For A Night Of Southern Fun In Darien

    Saddle Up For A Night Of Southern Fun In Darien

    DARIEN, Conn. -- Strap on your boots and dust off your cowboy hat, because a Darien fundraiser is showing off its southern charm. Tickets are now on sale for the annual OPUS Person-To-Person fall fundraiser -- The BigGER Rig Gig -- featuring live music, food trucks, cocktails, games and raffles.In Support of Person-to-Person’s Emergency Assistance Program, guests can enjoy an evening of ...

  7. From Police Officer To Professor, Milford Native Hopes To Give Back

    From Police Officer To Professor, Milford Native Hopes To Give Back

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn -- This fall, Housatonic Community College professor John Sopchak is heading back to school -- high school that is. A former police officer, turned-college-professor, the psychology teacher will be retuning to the halls he once called home. A member of Jonathan Law High School's Class of 1969, Sopchak will teach general psychology on Monday evenings at the college's new ...

  8. Make Summer Vacation Truly A Retreat With Your Teen

    Make Summer Vacation Truly A Retreat With Your Teen

    DARIEN, Conn. -- With summer vacation in full swing, students are able to relax and unwind, leaving behind the daily demands of the school year. However, as much as everyone loves the freedom of long, warm summer nights, vacation can come with its own share of stressors for struggling teens. Changes in routine often are difficult to cope with, and adjusting from a school to summer ...

  9. Know Your Knives: Wusthof Explains The Differences In A Blade's Edge

    Know Your Knives: Wusthof Explains The Differences In A Blade's Edge

    NORWALK, Conn. -- For both professional and casual cooks, having an understanding of knife edges can make or break a meal. While there are dozens of different knife styles to choose from, each with a different purpose, there are only three different blade edges.Wusthof has been handcrafting German knives since 1814, and manufactures hundreds of different knives, all featuring straight, ...

  10. Making Family Dinners Great Again: How Children Benefit From Home Cooking

    Making Family Dinners Great Again: How Children Benefit From Home Cooking

    DARIEN, Conn. -- With busy lifestyles and conflicting schedules, getting the family together for a weekly dinner can be a difficult task. However, studies show that children and teens benefit from eating family dinners on a regular basis and may result in better grades, a healthier diet and a decreased risk of developing harmful habits.Experts at Newport Academy, an adolescent treatment ...

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