Brian Bodick

Brian Bodick was raised in New Canaan, where he currently resides. He graduated from New Canaan High School in 2013, and is a rising senior at Providence College. Brian is majoring in Finance with a Spanish minor. He is also a lifelong competitive swimmer and NCAA Division I athlete.

Recent Articles

Beat the Heat: New Canaan’s Cooling Desserts

With the heat ramping up, and more days above 90 degrees forecasted for this summer—the National Weather Service is calling for sunshine and 80-plus-degree temps all week—New Canaan dessert shops such as Baskin Robbins, Gelatissimo Artisan Gelato and Swirl are ready to help locals “beat the heat.” Baskin Robbins on Main Street long has served as a hub for those who want something cold and sweet. Baskin Robbins worker Felisha Swaby told NewCanaanite.com that the most coveted order is the Mint Chocolate Chip Shake. Easy to drink, customers won’t have to worry about this shake melting like conventional ice cream cups and cones, she said. Gelatissimo Artisan Gelato owner Nuccia Mazzonetto hand-makes her gelati and has gained a great reputation among those who know quality New Canaan desserts. Continue Reading →

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Biz on Biz: Weed & Duryea on Favorite New Canaan Foods

In this installment of Biz on Biz, we traveled to Weed & Duryea on Grove Street to ask about a favorite product or service of another business in New Canaan. The hardware store, which has been running as long as our town’s railroad system, was founded soon after Francis E. Weed returned from the Civil War in 1865, historians say. Inside, we asked retail manager Barry Coleman about local favorites and he responded by reviewing New Canaan eateries he likes most. The first place he mentioned was Chinese restaurant Ching’s Table, right on Main Street. “I’ve been going there for years,” said Coleman, a Trumbull resident. Continue Reading →

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What’s Open & Closed: Fourth of July Weekend in New Canaan

Here is a list of what will be open and closed in New Canaan, including updated holiday hours. Fourth of July fireworks will be held in Waveny Park on Monday, July 4 with a rain date on the following day July 5 (fireworks only). Entrance passes may be purchased at Walter Stewart’s Market, New Canaan Toy Store, Town Hall or the Recreation Department. Don’t see your business here? Please fill out this form and we’ll update the article. Continue Reading →

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