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September-October 2013

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In This Issue

The Ever Changing Westport

What’s bridging old and new westport? A new library, more downtown housing, better parking, improved waterfront access and a re-energized arts scene are just a few of the changes rolling into town

Innocence Lost

On December 14, 2012, the world stood still as the events of Newtown unfolded. The unimaginable had happened. And yet, out of the tragedy, heroes were born. Kaitlin Roig is one of them. She barricaded the door, told her students she loved them and pray

The Family Legacy

Lessons in growing up with superstar parents, finding one’s own identity, and nurturing roots to Westport, Weston & wilton

Table of Contents: September/October 2013

From the Editor: About Time

On The Move

These local teens travel in many circles while also moving straight toward an exceptionally bright future
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