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The Hartford CourantFor many students on Connecticut college campuses most affected by the weekend's snowstorm, Monday was a day of decision-making. Should they stay or should they go? For Lauren Poremski and Christy Taylor, the answer came late Monday afternoon, when...
Westconn music students are used to jamming with great musicians, but they're going to get a real treat on Friday when bassist John Patitucci stops by to give a master class and then perform alongside them in the Ives Concert Hall (named after composer...
Tags: Music Industry, Danbury, Music, Charles Ives, Entertainment
Thursday, August 25 FREAKS AND GREEKS If any country is America's brethren, it's Greece. It also went from being a trailblazer in the field of democracy and the center of global culture and commerce to a humiliated deadbeat nation. (It took Greece...
FOX CTSCHOOLS Bloomfield Closed Regional District 14 Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:39am Windsor Locks Public Schools Del Opening 1 1/2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:22am Wooster Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:36am
Some kind of magic switch seems to have gotten flipped. With summer here, Connecticut turns into a sunny wonderland of outdoor music festivals, county fairs, regional food shindigs and other finely focused affairs. Celebrate the seasonal joys of...
Tags: Oysters, Roberta Flack, Music Industry, Brian Howe, Fishing
Thursday September 22 FREEDOM FOR SOME Fernando Bermudez was convicted of murder in New York City in 1992, and spent the next 18 years in prison. And then it turned out that he didn't do it. Oops! Today, Bermudez, whose case was taken on by the...
Thursday October 6 GET HOLISTIC Is the U.S. healthcare system getting you down? Dr. Tashi Rabten, president of the Tibetan Medical Association, and the Institute for Holistic Heath Studies at WCSU are looking to help, with a workshop called "Tibetan...
Thursday October 20 IT GETS BETTER Fairfield University has a slew of events dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ History Month (which is October. Duh) that are intended to bring together students, faculty, staff and alumni to reflect on the history,...
Her Facebook page was, according to state prosecutors, "a shrine to alcohol, lewdness and debauchery," and they used photos posted there to help put Alia Altajir away for three years in the women's prison in Niantic. Last week, Connecticut's State...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Prosecution, Media Industry, PCP, Judges
Let’s just say that crowds weren’t a problem this year at B.O.M.B. Fest. Actually, from a certain perspective, that was the problem. About 8,000 people paid to attend (an average of 4,000 per day, with another 500 total comped in) the two-...
Tags: Human Interest, Tickets, Lyme, Traffic, Old Lyme
(Click here to see a slideshow of all the festival's performers.) This Saturday in Hartford, B.O.M.B. Fest logs its third annual installment, showcasing over 60 performers over two days. Just think: Two years ago, B.O.M.B. Fest started in Harkness...
The Hartford CourantIt's commonplace for wine-tasting notes to highlight flavors like pear, honey, blackberry and blood orange. But coffee? "Coffee is just like wine," says Scott Kluger, co-owner of Hartford Baking Company on West Hartford's New Park Avenue. "It has...
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