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When in Doubt, Throw it Out!

When in Doubt, Throw it Out!


I have been living in my house for nearly five years. Five years doesn’t exactly seem all that big of a deal until one day you sit and stare at the amount of stuff you have accumulated and just cry “Ohhh my!”. I literally just found myself having one of those moments. Over the past … Continue reading

Social Media Minute: The Social Media Lifestyle


It’s about 7AM and the sun starts shining through my window to wake me up. As I awake, I quickly reach over to my iPhone to glance through Facebook and Twitter status updates that I missed from overnight. Around 7:30AM I’m checking into my morning shows via my GetGlue app which are then shared out … Continue reading

Social Media Minute: Introducing Timeline


Changes are coming once again to your Facebook account. In just about a week, Facebook has given users notice that they will transition users personal pages to the new timeline format. Timeline is a hip new way to explore life on Facebook. Think of it as a diary of your entire life portrayed right in … Continue reading

Facebook Shakes Up the Locals

Facebook Shakes Up the Locals


They say we should embrace change. We should welcome it with open arms and cuddle it like a cute little teddy bear. Well, I’m not cuddling the new Facebook layout like some cute little teddy bear, and neither are many of you as we all woke up today to yet another change Facebook has created, … Continue reading

How You Can Help Japan

How You Can Help Japan


Like so many others, I have been paying close attention to the devastating events that have taken in place in Japan this past weekend. It’s heartbreaking to see so many lives lost, as well as families displaced and missing. One event after another. First, an earthquake. Next, a tsunami followed by explosions of nuclear facilities … Continue reading

Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the Air


Everywhere you look, there are signs that spring is on its way. From the birds chirping as the sunrises in the morning, to the late sunsets at night, it’s not hard to notice that the groundhog was indeed correct this year, even after we swore that we wouldn’t believe a word that little thing said as … Continue reading

Adding a Touch of Green in Winsted

Adding a Touch of Green in Winsted


When Karen’s Cafe had departed a month ago, many thought that was the end to a coffee-house on Main Street. Little did they know, however, that something was going on behind the scenes as a new owner,Sharry Revillini, was about to take over and make this cozy little hideaway her own as she was green with envy, … Continue reading

EDITORIAL: Blogging Still Thrives

EDITORIAL: Blogging Still Thrives


There are some of us in the blogging world who believe blogging is simply dying thanks to the likes of Facebook and Twitter. As someone who has been blogging away in the blogosphere for the past 10 years, I’ve seen a wide variety of changes occur, but most have been for the better rather than … Continue reading

Crash Monday is coming to Torrington

Crash Monday is coming to Torrington


If you are in the mood for something new, something hot, and something ultra steamy, then you are not going to want to go to some old bingo hall. No. You are going to want to check out T-Place in Torrington on Friday March, 11th at 10PM as a brand new band in the region … Continue reading

The Facebook Obsession

The Facebook Obsession


On Thursday night at 9PM, The Facebook Obsession, hosted by Lester Holt, made its debut showing on CNBC and captivated audiences everywhere as it told a tale of what life is like in the Facebook generation. Facebook, as we are all aware, is the most popular social networking site in the world. The show took an in-depth look … Continue reading