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  • Scott Rhoades At UConn

    Scott Rhoades At UConn
    An exhibit of work by Storrs painter Scott Rhoades is at the University of Connecticut’s Babbidge Library in Storrs until Friday, Feb. 21. Rhoades, who grew up in Coventry and went to ECSU in Willimantic and CCSU in New Britain, taught in the...
  • Six-Figure State University Retiree Wants More

    The retired chancellor of the Connecticut State University System, David G. Carter, is receiving a lifetime pension of nearly $200,000 a year -- but he has filed an appeal saying that he deserves $367,000 annually. "Dr. Carter's entitlements have been...
  • Are state employee pensions reasonable?

    Are state employee pensions reasonable?
    Retired CSUS chancellor David G. Carter is appealing his nearly $200,000-a-year pension, saying he should be getting $367,000 annually. This once again raises the issue of state employee pensions. Are they too lavish? Or is Mr. Carter the exception to the...
  • Maurice Sapiro In Willimantic

    Maurice Sapiro In Willimantic
    “Where the Land Sweeps the Sky,” an exhibit of paintings by Maurice Sapiro, will open at Akus Gallery in Willimantic, on Thursday, Oct. 24, with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. The show will be up until Thursday, Dec. 12. The gallery is in Shafer...
  • Matt LaBranche Named Baseball Coach At Eastern Connecticut

    Matt LaBranche is the new baseball coach at Eastern Connecticut, a transaction that took place while I was away from the computer and the office for the last two weeks. To catch up, here's the write-up from ECSU, which is looking to LaBranche to guide a...
  • DMV: Driver In Fatal Crash Too Young To Have Passengers

     DMV: Driver In Fatal Crash Too Young To Have Passengers
    The 17-year-old driver of the car that crashed early Tuesday in Hebron, claiming the life of Paige Houston, 17, was not permitted to have passengers in his truck or to be driving after midnight, according to the state Department of Motor Vehicles....
  • Muriel Miller Landscapes In Windham

    Muriel Miller Landscapes In Windham
    ArtSpace, 480 Main St. in the Willimantic section of Windham, will exhibit the en plein air art of Muriel Miller from Friday, Sept. 6, when it will open with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m., until Saturday, Sept. 28. Gallery hours are Saturdays from 1 to 4...
  • 9/8/2013-Bombs Away

    9/8/2013-Bombs Away
    I wasn’t at Dave Chappelle’s show in Hartford, but I read plenty of Tweets and posts about it. I’ve been to hundreds of standup comedy shows. I’ve worked with comedians. I was the promoter for a comedy show at Eastern Connecticut...
  • Saturday's local-interest college football roundup: Navy runs past Indiana

    Quarterback Keenan Reynolds rushed for 127 yards and three touchdowns to help Navy beat Indiana 41-35, the visiting Midshipmen’s second win over the Hoosiers in as many years. Darius Staten ran for 106 yards and Geoffrey Whiteside added 97 yards...
  • Pop-Up Art Fest In Windsor Saturday

    Pop-Up Art Fest In Windsor Saturday
    A pop-up art festival will be on the sidewalk in downtown Windsor on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 3 to 7 p.m. The three-block section of Broad Street will be the location of: Art installations at the Plaza building, featuring holograms by Betsy Connors,...
  • When Community Needs Help, Eastern's Rugby Club Is There

    When Community Needs Help, Eastern's Rugby Club Is There
    WILLIMANTIC — The leaks in the parish hall started off small. But eventually, they had to use kiddy pools to catch water inside St. Paul's Episcopal Church whenever it rained. Time for a new roof. The money was available. But the church needed...