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It's been a mild winter in the Northeast so far and I, for one, don't like it. I miss those exciting blizzards that hit the region almost nonstop from Christmas to Presidents Day. I moved from Rome to New England in 2011, and everything was fine until...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAfter living in Rome for almost three years, I moved back to the U.S. at the beginning of the summer. I packed up my apartment, gave my books to friends and left my potted plants for the next tenant. Now someone else is standing at the window overlooking...
Tags: Rome (Italy), Family, Madonna, Travel, Entertainment
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's autumn in New England The days are getting shorter. Wood piles are stacked high. Geese are flying south, and Indian corn is hanging from the door. People in new L.L. Bean flannels stop their cars in the middle of the road snapping pictures or...
Times Staff WriterA recent "Her World" column about the perils of driving abroad drew quite a bit of reader comment. In it, I revealed that I had hit a cow in Mexico, which elicited such remarks as, "At least you write better than you drive." I take umbrage at that...
INLAND TROUT Rivers and streams: Conditions for fishing will be difficult in many areas throughout the state as flows have again increased due to frequent and sometimes heavy rain events. Currently flows in all areas are above typical mid-June levels....
The Hartford CourantIn her grandly illustrated, thick, literate new book, Lucianne Lavin takes us way, way back to the arrival of human beings in Connecticut. She helps us stretch our concept of time. "Connecticut's Indigenous Peoples" is at once an intimate story about...
Jeffrey Sabol's maritime paintings are a reflection of his sea-time: from day-trips up the placid Housatonic River to years working on long-line fishing vessels. Now, Sabol, who makes his home in Westbrook, reflects on that same sea in Maritime New...
Tags: Arts, Mystic Seaport, Arts and Culture, Old Lyme
The Hartford CourantTo reach most overlooks in the state, one must scramble up craggy rocks, swing over bottomless chasms and grasp the sides of ledges with your fingernails. Well, at least it sometimes feels that way. That's not the case for those who visit the...
Tags: Long Island, Manchester
Hartford CourantEd Asner surveyed the building and grounds of what used to be the American Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford Tuesday morning. It’s turf the seven-time Emmy Award winner (“The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Lou Grant,” “...
The Hartford CourantThe Appalachian Trail extends 2,184 miles from Georgia to Maine and includes more than 50 miles in Connecticut. The trail enters Connecticut in Sherman and trends north mostly in the hills above the Housatonic River to the Massachusetts border at...
The Hartford CourantThe village of Sandy Hook is within the town of Newtown, the fifth-largest town in Connecticut at about 60 square miles. With a population of about 27,000 people, the suburban town is just east of the city of Danbury, but it also has large rural areas....
Tags: Danbury, U.S. Senate, Southbury, Chris Murphy, Newtown
The Hartford CourantFor breast cancer survivors, support groups have taken various incarnations. Some are based around art therapy or yoga, others are held in more traditional settings. One is even set in a river, where the tranquil setting of fly fishing offers a unique way...
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