Posts Categorized: The Great Greater Danbury Project

#47: Dog Rock

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Right across Danbury Town Park you will find a giant two-faced dog rock.   Right across Danbury Town Park, located at Hayestown and East Hayestown Roads, you will find a giant two-faced dog rock.  One side portrays a ferocious canine while the other portrays man’s… Read more »

#46: 33 Crosby Street

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You can’t help but be hopeful about Danbury’s revitalization when you look at the transformation that’s occurred at 33 Crosby Street.     You can’t help but be hopeful about Danbury’s revitalization when you look at the transformation that’s occurred at 33 Crosby Street.  What… Read more »

#41: Downtown Bethel

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Bethel possesses a little bit of P.T. Barnum’s magical presence.  Its amazing eateries, “mom and pop”  businesses and vintage buildings create a retro atmosphere that I simply cannot get enough of.     {vsig}bethel325{/vsig} The other day I asked a friend why there was a… Read more »

#40: Library Place

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Danbury’s Library Place, home to The Mercurial and The Mercurial Collective art gallery, is a lovely little street connecting Main Street and Terrace Place at an angle of about 35°.     Danbury’s Library Place, home to The Mercurial and The Mercurial Collective art gallery,… Read more »