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  • Artist James Prosek on display at Belarmine Museum of Art in Fairfield through Jan. 24

    Artist James Prosek on display at Belarmine Museum of Art in Fairfield through Jan. 24
    Consider a fish with the head of a parrot. Or a swordfish that mated with a rooster, producing offspring. Or a geisha girl whom is also an eel. Artist James Prosek has gone through the trouble of painting up these ridiculous creatures so that you don't...
  • Little Feat perform at the Quick Center in Fairfield on Jan. 7

    Little Feat perform at the Quick Center in Fairfield on Jan. 7
    Little Feat was founded by guitarist Lowell George (who died in 1979) and keyboardist Bill Payne (who remains in the band) in 1969 after George was fired from Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention. (Some say he was fired because Zappa thought he needed to...
  • Haitians Sue Jesuits, Connecticut School Over Aid Worker's Abuse

    Haitians Sue Jesuits, Connecticut School Over Aid Worker's Abuse
    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Seventeen more Haitian men are suing a convicted American aid worker and affiliated institutions for sexual abuse they say they suffered while living at a charitable school intended to feed, clothe, educate and house the needy. Each...
  • College News: County residents named to dean's lists

    The following students have been named to the dean's list for the spring 2011 quarter at the Savannah College of Art and Design, in Savannah, Ga.: Sean Dooley and Jacqueline Sindall, both of Laurel; Lauren Anderson, Tori Millhollon, Erin Hanlon, Jin...
  • Thomas P. O'Malley dies at 79; former president of Loyola Marymount University

    Thomas P. O'Malley dies at 79; former president of Loyola Marymount University
    Thomas P. O'Malley, an engaging and scholarly priest who headed Loyola Marymount University during a period of significant expansion in the 1990s, died in Boston on Wednesday, apparently of a heart attack. He was 79. His death was announced by Boston...
  • Connecticut One Of 12 States Recording Drop In Economic Output In 2008

    Connecticut One Of 12 States Recording Drop In Economic Output In 2008
    While the nation's economy fell into its worst recession in at least 25 years, only 12 states saw their own total economic output fall last year, a new report shows. Connecticut was one of those states. Connecticut's output, the total value of goods...
  • Shays, Himes On Attack In Two Debates

    Shays, Himes On Attack In Two Debates
    In the first two debates of their nationally watched race, U.S. Rep. Christopher Shays, R-4th District, and Democrat Jim Himes clashed Tuesday over Shays' record and Himes' ads. Shays, 62, the only surviving Republican congressman in New England,...
  • Catholic Church bill. Is it an outright attack on the Catholic Church or a way to protect parishioners and their money?

    Supporters of the proposed bill, Senate Bill 1098, An Act Modifying corporate Laws relating to Certain Religious corporations, say the bill will give parishioners, or lay-people, a legal right as to how church money is spent. "The multiple, well-...
  • Governor Rell: Two Fairfield Univ. Students Probable for Swine Flu

    Governor Jodi Rell's office announced the illnesses of two Fairfield University students are "probable" swine flu cases. There are three other cases under investigation and none have yet been confirmed as being Swine Flu. Two cases in East Haddam were...
  • Job Losses Continue To Mount In Connecticut

    Job Losses Continue To Mount In Connecticut
    New reports released Thursday show that Connecticut has now lost more jobs in this recession than in the previous one, in 2000-2003, and that job losses will continue to increase for at least another year. While some parts of the economy are showing...
  • New Federal Indictment Charges Charity's Leader In Haiti With Additional Counts Of Sexual Abuse

    Federal prosecutors said Thursday that they now have evidence that the Connecticut founder of an internationally known residential charity for children in Haiti sexually abused nearly twice as many poor and homeless boys as originally suspected. A...