About

Annie Mame was my very first blog where I wrote about Connecticut’s people, places and things. Now it’s a boutique full of  one-of-a kind items that reflect the past whether they are vintage or new.

I love the idea of yesteryear from the 1920’s all the way up through mid-century (1950’s). The name Annie Mame named after “Auntie Mame” a motion picture released in 1958 starring Waterbury, Connecticut’s own, Rosalind Russell. I loved the concept so much I trademarked the name “Annie Mame.”

I hope you enjoy the shop, it’s another extension of who I am outside of my work as a long time television news anchor. I am first and foremost a story teller, now I also get to tell stories through Annie Mame. I will be carrying some unique items made by folks in Connecticut. Life IS a party, and you will find it here in many ways so “live, live, live!”

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Comments:

  • Peter Grasso March 03, 2012

    Best of luck

  • Annie Mame March 03, 2012

    Thanks a alot, Peter.

  • Richad Parri March 03, 2012

    Look forward to stopping by …
    Richard & Ingrid

  • Janet Boucher March 03, 2012

    Best of luck. Will be stopping by.

  • John McKenna March 03, 2012

    Good luck Ann!!!!

  • Pat Clarke March 03, 2012

    Waiting for the opening!

  • Annie Mame March 03, 2012

    Thanks, so much, Pat.

  • Annie Mame March 03, 2012

    I appreciate the good wishes, John, thank you.

  • Emily Smack March 03, 2012

    wishing you the best of luck!

  • Judy Falcigno March 03, 2012

    This new venture sounds very exciting, Ann. I look forward to seeing all the goodies!!

  • Nick Hahn March 03, 2012

    Let your taste and personality shine through and the merchandise will walk out the door~Buena Suerte Senora!

  • Emily Smack March 03, 2012

    best wishes to you. I know you will be successful.

  • Linda Madsen March 03, 2012

    BEST OF LUCK – can’t wait to see your store Ann

  • Carolyn Thalken March 03, 2012

    Life IS a banquet! Much success and best wishes.

  • Chris Reardon March 04, 2012

    This area has been craving a place like Annie Mame. Cannot wait to be one of your first customers!

  • Michelle Lee March 04, 2012

    Wishing you the best of luck, I kmow your store will be a success.

  • Annie Mame March 04, 2012

    Chris, thanks so much, I’m off to the races.

  • Margaret Simons March 04, 2012

    Congratulations Ann! The shop looks so inviting! Looks like I need to schedule a flight! Love you and Good Luck!

  • Annie Mame March 04, 2012

    Margaret, well here we go, and yes, you need to get on a plane.

  • Donald Basil March 04, 2012

    You are very inspiring to Nutmeggers. Wish you success!

  • Lynn DeJoseph March 04, 2012

    Best of luck, Ann! Looking forward to the opening.

  • Paula Jean March 04, 2012

    I am very curiou/excited to come visit your shop…looks of things that I can visualize in my dream summer maine house…

  • Annie Mame March 04, 2012

    Thanks, Paula, hope to see you there.

  • Annie Mame March 04, 2012

    Thanks a lot.

  • Donna Secondino March 05, 2012

    Looking forward to visiting your shop

  • Annie Mame March 05, 2012

    Thanks so much, Donna, working hard to make it very inviting.

  • Patricia Stebbins March 08, 2012

    Can’t wait for you to open Ann! Good Luck with your new endeavor!!

  • Jil Nelson March 08, 2012

    Best of luck Ann, I’m sure this will be a great success!

  • Linda LaLuna March 08, 2012

    Ann, It looks like it will be heavenly! Can’t wait to visit and see what you’ve got in store for us! Best wishes for a successful opening!

  • Geri March 08, 2012

    Best of luck ~ looks great!

  • Rachel Edwards March 08, 2012

    Wishing you the best of luck Ann!!! Can’t wait to see all you are putting together. XO!

  • Linda Michalczyk April 01, 2012

    As always your exceptional eye for style shines through in your new venture, Annie Mame! Wishing you great success and fun doing it!

  • Annie Mame April 01, 2012

    Linda, it was so nice to see you, thanks so much for coming.

  • Jenny April 02, 2012

    The best of luck Annie! You have it in you to make this work.Cant wait to visit !!!!!! By the way you look stunning in that dress in the video! You do wear your cloths well :)

  • Annie Mame April 02, 2012

    Jenny, thanks a ton, it has been a lot of fun so far being around such creative people!

  • Barbara Cooney Oliver April 02, 2012

    All the best to you, Annie Mame! Such a fun, creative and unique place to shop and enjoy! Love it!

  • Annie Mame April 02, 2012

    Barbara, thank you so much, I so appreciate your comments.

  • Marlene Schmitt May 12, 2012

    Love the vintage onesies Ann. Need to purchase a baby gift so this would be adorable. Hope to come by real soon….

  • Annie Mame May 13, 2012

    Thanks, Marlene this are so cute and soft.

  • Debra Saracino January 11, 2014

    It was so nice to meet you today in your fabulous specialty shoppe, I hope I introduced myself ( I was the Yoga teacher) my name is Debra just in case I lost my mind and did not!! I loved you shoppe and bought a few items that are already on display in my home! I am thinking of going back and getting the little saucer that stores your honey, I think you said you found it in Georgia! Love It!

  • Ann Nyberg January 12, 2014

    Debra, thanks so much for coming in, I enjoyed our chat today….

  • Carol Ward May 13, 2015

    I am interested in selling old lace….over 200 years old. Lots of pieces. .Beautiful. Also, dresses from the 50’s. One long dress over 150 years old. Other items.

  • Ann Nyberg May 31, 2015

    Hi Carol…you mind try Tova’s Vintage Shop in Old Saybrook she has a wonderful shop that might take those goodies. Find it here>>http://www.tovasvintage.com/

  • Cameron Morris January 25, 2016

    Hi Ann,

    My name is Cameron and I am the Sales/Marketing Director for Reworx USA. We are a small company located in Watertown that focuses on sustainable home/office furnishing and decor. All of our pieces are custom made from locally sourced, reclaimed materials. On any given week, you can find us deconstructing 18th/19th century barns, factories, farms, or boat houses. The wood and metals that we reclaim from these structures are reworked into custom products designed to last for generations. We are also a salvage source for local artisans and designers, as we have many materials you can find nowhere else. The owner of my company is a big fan of you and your efforts to support local business. I am reaching out to explore options about writing an article about our company, or any other recommendations you may have for us. I look forward to speaking with you or answering any other questions you may have.

    Thanks,

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