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CT Sub Trail: 21 Artist-Decorated Submarines In Groton Region

About a decade ago, southeastern Connecticut had a Whale Trail, a public-art project of 46 fiberglass, artist-decorated whales scattered around the area that celebrated the area's whaling past. Now, in honor of the 100-year anniversary of Submarine Base New London, the U.S. Navy's first submarine...

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  • Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely Honors Her Father's Sacrifice As A Doctor In WWII

    Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely Honors Her Father's Sacrifice As A Doctor In WWII

    This month's featured poet, Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely, is the author of "Letter from Italy: 1944,'' which is the source of an oratorio by the same title with music by Sarah Meneely-Kyder, itself the subject of a PBS Emmy-nominated documentary narrated by Meryl Streep. The oratorio will be performed...

      • Freedom Songs From Marilyn Nelson

        Freedom Songs From Marilyn Nelson

        Here are poems by Marilyn Nelson celebrating rebirth and freedom in the spirit of spring. They bear the former Connecticut poet laureate's distinctive combination of passion and play: a passion for justice and freedom presented with wit and the terrible clarity born of bearing witness to a country's...

          • Gray Jacobik Celebrates Spring

            Gray Jacobik Celebrates Spring

            This month's poems by Gray Jacobik celebrate the publication of her 10th book, "The Banquet: New & Selected Poems." Like many of her earlier books, it has won an important award, in this case The William Meredith Award for Poetry. Poems from the new book presented here in honor of the spring equinox,...

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