“Annie Mame” Flapper dolls are in the shop! Yes, developed right here in Connecticut, because I’m all about being a “Nutmegger.” I’m trying to feature as many Connecticut folks… Continue reading →
If you have children in your home, chances are you also have LEGOS, those wonderful break-apart colorful building blocks that have been around for generations, I know I grew up… Continue reading →
It’s his job to play with toys. For the last 23 years of Soren Torp Laursen’s adult life, he has worked for LEGO in various places around the world. Laursen… Continue reading →
I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve walked up and down the aisles of the Clinton Antique Center over the last 15 or so years.
The center has… Continue reading →
Everything old is new again. Two brothers, both graduates of Hand High School in Madison, Connecticut, decided they missed the good ole days from their childhood and decided to recreate… Continue reading →
Just Hatched in Guilford, Connecticut is what you call a cute-as-a-button kind of a shop for babies and young children.
Take a look in every nook and cranny and you’ll… Continue reading →
Want fast food in really cozy surroundings at a good price made in New England? It’s all here at The New England Emporium Eatery & Marketplace. That’s a mouthful… Continue reading →
This is the kind of store you would expect to find in New England. It’s called “Gather” and it’s located in Ivoryton, Connecticut.
Read More On Ann Nyberg’s Network Connecticut… Continue reading →
To watch the Toy Closet Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital work is magical.
I founded this program in 1993 and it is flourishing today because of countless volunteers from the… Continue reading →
For more than 200 years, the Child & Family Agency has served southeastern Connecticut’s children and families. For the last 56 years, the agency has held it’s annual sale filled… Continue reading →
For 17 years, since the summer of 1993, the Toy Closets program at Yale-New Haven Hospital has been making the lives of children and their families a little brighter during… Continue reading →
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