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The Hartford CourantJohanna Justin-Jinich was filled with all the angst that teenagers and college students have. "goal for life: LIVE IN THE MOMENT," she wrote on her online journal at livejournal.com. "a new mantra i will attempt to embody: tension can be broken....
The Hartford CourantLori Kessel was a great soccer player in the early 1980s. She had 50 goals when E.O. Smith won the first CIAC-sanctioned girls title in 1980, including four in a 5-0 victory over Windsor Locks for the championship. Kessel graduated from high school in...
Tags: Sports, Schools, Soccer, Len Tsantiris, Education
Wood Pond PressAs it nears the end of its 400-mile journey from the Canadian border, New England's longest river wends beneath majestic hillsides before emptying into Long Island Sound. Its unspoiled nature, its verdant and steep banks, and the historic small towns that...
ASTON MAGNA FESTIVAL July 6 - Works of Mozart and Haydn. Nancy Armstrong, soprano; Peter Sykes, keyboard. July 13 - Works of J.S. Bach and Vivaldi. Sharon Baker, soprano, and Stephen Hammer, soloist, joined by instrumental ensemble led by violinist...
Courant Staff WriterEven though Josh Shulman will be among the first high school students in the nation to take the newly revised SAT college entrance exam in a couple of weeks, he has good reason to be confident. The Newington High School junior will take the SAT on...
The Hartford CourantWe're on the eve of Halloween. Here are some ghoulish events that celebrate the spookiest time of the year. FrightFest 2003, Six Flags New England ``Frightfest'' at Six Flags New England continues Friday (Oct. 31), Saturday and ends on Sunday....
Courant Staff WriterAs suburbanization continues apace, it can seem that it is only a matter of time before Connecticut is one vast landscape of homes and businesses, every inch of forest and field gobbled up. But there is still hope. There are still some places like...
The Hartford CourantDuring a pause in practice last week, Nykesha Sales walked over to Lindsay Whalen and tugged her jersey. ``World of difference,'' Sales told Whalen. ``World of difference.'' They had been back together on the Connecticut College court for a few days,...
Tags: Sports, Death, Basketball, Juvenile Delinquency, Mike Thibault
The Hartford CourantLast year, with her teammates on an up-and-down journey that would end in the WNBA Finals, Brooke Wyckoff was the only member of the Connecticut Sun able to show her fashion sense -- hardly consolation for a lost season. Night in, night out, she occupied...
Tags: Sports, Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut Sun, Asjha Jones, Basketball
ASYLUM HILL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Jan. 3 - 5 - 36th annual Boar's Head and Yule Log Festival. Jan. 3, 7:30 p.m.; Jan. 4, 3 & 6:30 p.m.; Jan. 5, 1 & 4:30 p.m. Historic sanctuary decorated for holiday feast as musicians and jugglers, lords and ladies,...
CONNECTICUT COLLEGE Oct. 5 - Noche Flamenco. 8 p.m. Tickets: $15-$25; $14-$23.50 senior citizens; $7.50-$12.50 students. April 13 - David Dorfman Dance, 2 p.m. Performance includes his new work, "See Level," and "No Roles Barried," a community project...
Tags: Arts, Dancing, Migration, Senior Citizens, London Theatre
The Hartford CourantConnecticut farmers' lore suggests planting peas on St. Patrick's Day, but has it ever been possible? Unpredictable weather is just one of the challenges of gardening in New England, so it's a good thing Connecticut gardeners are as hardy and adaptable as...
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