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Featured Articles
On The Street - War In Iraq
In March ’07, the U.S. will have been fighting in Iraq for four years, longer than we were involved in World War II. On the surface, in communities like Wilton, life has not been visibly altered by the war. We send our kids off to school, mow our lawns, go to the grocery store, and watch “American Idol,” while American troops are fighting 6,000 miles away. For many Wiltonians, the reality of this war was brought home abruptly by the tragic death of U.S. Army Private Nicholas Madaras, a 2005 Wilton High School graduate and the son of Shalini and William Madaras, long-time Wilton residents. After four years, many Americans are questioning whether we should be involved in Iraq; many more are starting to call for the withdrawal of troops from that country.
A. Robert Faesy Jr. - A Life In Balance
Photo by Jeff Pemberton
Architect, Preservationist, Craftsman, Sailor, Husband, and Father… a Life in Balance
Specialty Hospitals and Clinics
The Good, the Great, the Best...the "Which Hospital?" Dilemma
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An Evening with Al Jardine's Endless Summer Band 3/2/2007
Founding member of The Beach Boys, legendary vocalist and Grammy award winn...
TALKING STICKS Keyboard Percussion Documentary Film Screening and World Music Performance 3/3/2007
World renowned musician--and Wilton resident--Arthur Lipner (www.arthurlipn...
Tamango's Urban Tap 3/4/2007
Each high- energy performance is a global mix of free- style dance, includi...
Miller-Driscoll Silent Auction & Winter Carnival 3/10/2007
The Miller-Driscoll Silent Auction is one of the primary fundraising oppurt...
Phil Rosenthal: Everybody Loves Raymond Special 3/10/2007
The Emmy Award-winning creator of "Everybody Love Raymond" and comedian/act...
Marc Cohn 3/11/2007
The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter returns with the soulful sounds of son...
Stamford Symphony Concert 3/17/2007
The Stamford Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Eckart Preu with the Gre...
The Wizard of Oz 3/18/2007
As part of the Pepsi Children's Series, watch L. Frank Baum's original clas...
Stamford Symphony Concert 3/18/2007
The Stamford Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Eckart Preu with the Gre...
Keb' Mo' 3/19/2007
Three time Grammy-winning Keb' Mo' plays his laid-back soulful blues in a s...
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Wilton Wahoos - Our Championship Swimmers
To most Wilton High School students, swimming is a relatively low-status sport, ranking well behind football, basketball, and lacrosse. But that’s a bit ironic, given that many Wilton Y Wahoos are among the best athletes in the school system.
Angst In Lifestyleland
Wilton Magazine is considered a “lifestyle” publication. Generally, such magazines eschew controversy and, above all, politics. However, there are occasions when there is a 900-pound gorilla in the room that cannot be ignored. In this case it is worse; it is a raging bull elephant. It is Iraq. As this issue’s On The Street column revealed, all is not well in Lifestyleland. Fully four out of five Wiltonians who were asked to be interviewed, refused. Some said they were so emotionally wrought over the topic that they could not do justice to their feelings in an “on the street” interview.
Wilton's Businesses - Some Surprising Statistics from a Dun & Bradstreet Database Search
It’s a lot more than a suburb of New York. Wilton is home to many businesses. A recent Dun & Bradstreet database search turned up 2,080. Considering Wilton’s 6,121 households, there’s roughly one business for every three households, an astonishing number.
Leaving the Nest - Going off to college
Therapist and former high school guidance counselor Carrie Gordon-Land joins writer Sheryl Kraft as they interview six area students preparing to leave home for their first semester of college. Here’s what they had to share.


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