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The Cornwalls Issue

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In the April 2018 issue we feature the following:

Cover of Current issue of Main Street Magazine

The content of Main Street Magazine focuses on featuring the people, businesses, places, history, curiosities and important local issues within this area, in features and in in-depth stories.

A little different: Life and Real Estate in the Town of Cornwall, CT

Cornwall has been a second home destination for over a century, welcoming artists, intellectuals and independent thinkers who have been accepted and integrated into commu-nity life. Many second home families, like the famous Van Doren clan of quiz show and poetry fame, have been there for generations.

Pearly’s Farmhouse Café is on the map

I’d been given the heads-up about Pearly’s Farmhouse Café by a West Cornwall insider. “Check it out,” she said, “Everyone is going. The food is great and there’s a real sense of community. Oh,” she added, “and the owner’s story is really interesting.” Great food, community-oriented, and an interesting story? That’s a home run in this writer’s book. Read More->

Fishing on the Housatonic

It’s a beautiful stretch of water, stun-ning in its beauty. Slow moving as it flows south from Massachusetts then tumbling fast over rocks and creating large swirling pools. Those pools har-bor some the most sought after sport fish in New England; rainbow, brown, and brook trout.

Jacque & Tom Schiller: At Home in Cornwall

When Tom and Jacque Schiller took occupancy of their log cabin near Cream Hill Pond, Tom decided to step outside on the porch, just to take a nice, clean breath of air. “It sounded like we were right near a freeway … the traffic noise was unbelievable.” For a kid who grew up in Los Angeles, the sound of the freeway was as ubiquitous as the smog that hangs over the city. Read More->