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Outdoor arts festival at the Bruce

More than 85 new and returning artists from across the country will showcase their work on the grounds of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich on Oct. 6 and 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Protecting those who have protected our country

Vincent Santilli, CEO and executive director of Homes for the Brave, believes it’s important to create a safe space for those who have served their country as they negotiate the sometimes-difficult reentry into civilian life.

Pet Pantry opens 7th location

Pet Pantry Warehouse recently opened the doors at 1876 Blackrock Turnpike, Fairfield — its seventh location.

Take a road trip at Lockwood-Mathews

A new exhibit titled “The Artist’s View: Traveling the Merritt Parkway” by artist Cynthia Mullins and curated by trustee Gail Ingis will open to the public at the National Historic Landmark Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (LMMM) in Norwalk on Oct. 17, noon to 4 p.m. with a reception Dec. 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

‘ReTooled’ at the Bruce

The Bruce Museum’s signature fall exhibition “ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection” opens Sept. 22 and will be on view through Dec. 30. The museum is at 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich.

‘Work anywhere and anyhow’: See inside Danone’s new open, flexible White...

Danone North America is moving up to 400 employees to its new 80,000-square-foot office space in the downtown White Plains retail building. The office at times has more of a college campus feel than that of a corporate office.

Vinyl Street Café puts a caffeinated spin on LP albums

Vinyl Street Café owner Josh Wright stated that his top-selling LP during the holiday season was Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours."

Danbury’s Workspace Collective focuses on sustainability

Living up to Workspace Collective’s ethos is important not just to its designers, but to its customers as well.

Emerald Lake Books aims to be one-stop shop for self-publishing authors

The Sherman company, which to date has published only nonfiction, is now working with a first-time Young Adult novelist.

Suite Talk: Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson CEO Marie Reger

Reger talks about the Girl Scouts' focus on developing leaders, its embrace of STEM and the organization's beloved cookies.

James Denlea & Amber Wallace: New York state’s anti-sexual harassment laws...

Tucked away in a budget bill signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in April were significant changes for all New York employers concerning the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Jim Fagan: Millennials are re-migrating to the suburbs and their employers...

As the corporate race for millennial and Gen Z talent continues, buildings near train lines and transportation hubs stand to gain the most from the potential uptick in commercial real estate activity.