On Our Radar
Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention
Read our collection of essays about the impact of COVID-19. All pieces were written by Litchfield County residents.
With new owners and updates but the same friendly atmosphere, the Litchfield Paint Company is open this summer and ready for business.
Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Jerry Saltz dreamed of a career on the other side of the easel—as a real artist.
Thinking of planting a backyard orchard? Peter Montgomery of Montgomery Gardens and Heirloom Orchards in Warren offers tips for newbie growers.
At Byrde + the b, a full-service luxury salon in Washington Depot, Lucy Callaway and Scott Bond stand ready to renew and rejuvenate hair.
Carol Bergren Santoleri literally walked upon the subject of her latest book “The History of Steep Rock Association: The Jewel in the Crown.”
The comprehensive team at Dental Associates of Connecticut has brightened smiles, eased pain, and delivered outstanding quality care.
Anthony D'Amelio, pastry chef and baker at Swyft Restaurant in Kent, turns every person into a dessert eater.
Julianne Varacchi CPTV
Jane Whitney explains that Conversations on the Green provides factual and reliable information from all sides and rational discussion.
Over two decades ago, Charles Haver and Stewart Skolnick founded an international award-winning architectural firm.
David Whitman, co-owner of Pergola Home, a unique and naturalistic boutique in New Preston shares his Litchfield Faves.
When James and Shrevie Shepherd were living in Africa and India, little did they dream that one day they would find themselves running the largest hops farm in Connecticut.
Sharon Charde embraces the power of poetry to help heal her pain while giving young women a chance to be vulnerable.