Living Well in Litchfield County, Connecticut

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Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention



Mike Paniccia 
Torsten Gross has spent his lifetime defeating the no’s, and in doing so has become an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, founder of a non-profit, race car driver, and now star of a soon to be released tv series. Oh and he happens to be a quadriplegic. 
The Bellamy-Ferriday House in Bethlehem has been open to the public for decades. But that doesn’t mean researchers know every secret of this 1700s home, not to mention its original owner–a powerful pastor and slave owner.
Feel the love at some of these Litchfield County February events including new films, Valentine's Day dinners, workshops, sporting events, and more!
Ryan Lavine
Our readers voted for their favorite things about Litchfield County in a wide variety of categories for our annual 2024 Reader’s Choice Contest in this Best of Litchfield County issue.
In the way that other youngsters might be interested in making doll clothing, Brinkers had a fascination with footwear from an early age. In her 20s she began actually making them.
Eleish Van Breems Home, the eponymous Scandinavian home furnishings and antiques brand is continuing to spread their mantra of “bring good design to everyone” with the launch of their new shop in New Preston.
My goal was to get to know Logan Connor, Ripley’s 26-year-old director of aviculture
Dunes and Duchess will have a grand opening this spring and hope to host events at the new location in the coming year.
Philip Dutton
Risks seem to have a way of working out for chef David Di Stasi. Today Di Stasi is arguably cooking some of the best and most exciting food in Connecticut.
The voice of the people is the voice of God. And once again the people of Litchfield County have spoken when it comes to nominating their favorite restaurants in Litchfield Magazine’s 2024 Reader’s Choice awards.
Jacek Dolata
The winters in Litchfield County may be cold but they can also be fun. Make the most of it! Bundle up in layers and head outdoors to enjoy all the fun outdoor activities that Litchfield County has to offer.
Maple syrup is collected from late winter through early spring and processed in sugar houses located throughout Litchfield County. Here's a list of sugar houses that you can visit.
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