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The Joint Chiefs continue a summer-long series of concerts in the Tristate region with a performance in Falls Village, Conn., on Aug. 20. Photo by Chris Little

A Beloved Local Band, The Joint Chiefs Perform on Aug. 20

If the Tristate region can be said to have a “house band,” then that band is probably The Joint Chiefs, a perennially popular quartet featuring Eliot Osborn, Louise Lindenmeyr, George Potts and Diana Herold.

Some of your summer edibles have probably died back by now; take some of their seeds and plant them again for an  autumn harvest. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

The End of Summer Isn’t the End of Farming

August is wonderful because it’s the peak of summer but it’s sad because you know that autumn is on its way.

I often wonder why autumn can’t be the same as spring, with that same sense of anticipation I feel as I wait for my seedlings to turn into full-fledged plants.

Portrait and figurative artist Christopher Pouler makes paintings that showcase the human condition, in his charming shed and working studio, which sits atop a hill on his 3.5-acre property. Photo by Anabelle Baum

An Artist Finds his Place in the World Through his Portraits

One of many patches of forest in Lakeville, Conn., featuring a steep hill, is painter Christopher Pouler’s “Little Walden Pond without the pond.”

Three years ago, Pouler and his wife bought the property, which measures 3.5 acres.


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