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Not Your Goofy Mini Golf Game: Nature's Village Course Meant To Challenge

For three or four years, Roger Phillips considered adding a miniature golf course to his network of attractions at Nature's Art Village in Montville, which he and his wife Linda own. If he was going to do it, Phillips says, he wanted to do it right. The result is the 18-hole, "tournament-style"...

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  • A Connecticut Pilgrimage To Machu Picchu

    A Connecticut Pilgrimage To Machu Picchu

    Lucretia Bingham is on her fourth pilgrimage to Machu Picchu, the "lost city" of the Incas that her grandfather "found" in 1911 and then brought to the attention of the world. A young Peruvian boy led Hiram Bingham III to the overgrown citadel in the jungle. The name Bingham, an historical footnote...

  • Connecticut-Based Group Headed On Cross-Country Tour To Promote Upcoming Eclipse

    Connecticut-Based Group Headed On Cross-Country Tour To Promote Upcoming Eclipse

    If you’ve never been in the path of totality of a solar eclipse, it can be a hard thing to describe. As the moon passes in front of the sun, an area about 70 miles wide is plunged into darkness – and it’s an experience unlike anything else. But Paul Cox, the observatory and chief astronomical officer...

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  • Replica Of WWI Trench Commemorates Great War Centennial

    Replica Of WWI Trench Commemorates Great War Centennial

    The saying goes that "there are no atheists in foxholes." The Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, which tells the history of that Catholic organization, seems an appropriate place to re-create the holes that doughboys stood in during World War I battles. During those battles, prayers — from...

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