- Staff blogs
Brian Koonz on life in Greater Danbury
Mayor, City of Danbury
Paul Steinmetz was a reporter and editor at The News-Times of Danbury for 24 years. Since then, he has been director of University Relations at Western Connecticut State University.
Jim Diamond is a criminal defense attorney
Political activist, online journalist
Former Met manager and Stamford native Bobby Valentine blogs about baseball and life in the Land of the Rising Sun
Mary Himes writes about good causes, good people and good food
By Chris Preovolos, staff photographer for the Stamford Advocate and devout foodie
A photographic journal (mostly) around the Greater Stamford area and lower Fairfield County
Lower Fairfield County's online book club
Dan Malloy is currently serving his fourth term as Mayor of Stamford, Connecticut.
Connecticut politics is a contact sport, and award-winning journalist Ken Dixon is the referee
Brian Lockhart covers the Connecticut General Assembly in Hartford and the state political scene
Political activist, health nut
Evans, an Associated Press award winning journalist, began blogging in 2007 as a blog developer for the LGBT community under the banner of Artlyn Entertainment.
A conversation with Fairfield University President Rev. Jeffrey P. von Arx, S.J. on education and other matters.
Past and Present
Discovering what not to do one date at a time.
Tips on style
Intuitive insights from Laura Lenhard Talisman
Marie Dallas will confess up front that her shopping habits will not fuel the economic recovery
Kathryn Higgins is a writer and mom living with her two children in Connecticut
Young designer at her family owned design studio, Tiger Lily's. Donna spent several years traveling the country as a broadcast news reporter.
Surviving with a hot dog budget in a caviar world
Doula, Birth Advocate, Aspiring Midwife, Mother, and Wife
Fairfield County for those 18-35
Nature and the Environment in the Nutmeg State
Jay writes about life as a Uconn student.
Exciting, different approaches to cooking
Chris Elsberry is a sports columnist for the Connecticut Post.
Neill Ostrout covers UConn men's basketball and football for the Connecticut Post.
Rich Elliott covers UConn women's basketball for the Connecticut Post.
Dave Ruden has covered high school, college and professional sports for 26 years - the last 16 at The Advocate. He previously worked for CBS Sports, ESPN and The New York Times.
Connecticut High School sports info
Scott Ham and Ian Collier blog about the Yankees
Fairfield sports guru
Tim Parry, Fairfield County high school sports blogger
Patrick Tiscia, certified Yankee fanatic
William S. Paxton covers Fairfield and Sacred Heart basketball and major league baseball for the Connecticut Post. He also writes a weekly fantasy column.
For Brian, baseball, basketball, hockey, golf, NASCAR are all placeholders until that day in September when the NFL gets it going for real. And of those 32 NFL teams, The New York Football Giants are the only one that matters.
Jim Zebora, Connecticut Media Group's business editor, offers his views on the local business scene
Advice on Financial Markets
Mr. Medico is a Hearing Officer for the Town of Greenwich, and his firm participates in legal seminars, professional associations and many community organizations, and he will share some of his expertise here, for you.
Experiences from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
Josh O'Connell is a walking encyclopedia of all things technology and pop culture.
Joe Meyers on the entertainment scene.
Susan, professional scribe, has a strong opinion about almost everything, especially pop culture.
Monica Gleberman is entertainment obsessed
Anthony has been performing in Danbury based bands since 1994 and now runs the Sub Rosa Party - a booking and promotion agency.
Holly is a quirky, stiletto-clad writer, foodie, health nut and certified personal trainer in constant search of good (gluten-free) grub, good friends and good fun.
Concerning animals, great and small
Suzanne Robitaille looks at disabilities and special needs with a local angle
Bill Ruskin has been representing chemical manufacturers and drug and medical device manufacturers in the defense of products liability and toxic tort actions for over 25 years
Dr. Brian K. Nathanson, chiropractic physician
Bridgeport Hospital Health Team
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