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  • Children's Latino Film Fest At Library, Cinestudio

    Children's Latino Film Fest At Library, Cinestudio
    The fifth annual Greater Hartford Children's Latino Film Festival is this weekend, Oct. 24 and 25, in two Hartford locations with films in three categories: Tiny Tots (ages 3 to 7), Young Globetrotters (ages 8 to 13) and Human Rights for All (ages 8 to...
  • Local Sports Digest: Trinity's Ng Honored

    Trinity's Ng Honored Trinity College women's rowing coach Wesley Ng was selected as national coach of the year in USRowing Fan's Choice voting. Trinity capped the most successful season in program history in 2013-14 by winning its first NCAA Division III...
  • Doug Hyland To Retire From NBMAA

    Doug Hyland To Retire From NBMAA
    Douglas Hyland, who has led the New Britain Museum of American Art for 15 years, will retire from his position as director next September, after the museum's new expansion is completed and the re-installation is unveiled. "It'll be good to finish things...
  • Lecture On Glastonbury's Native Son, Lincoln's Secretary Of Navy

    Lecture On Glastonbury's Native Son, Lincoln's Secretary Of Navy
    The Historical Society of Glastonbury is hosting a program on its native son –"Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles Chronicles the Civil War" on Oct. 28. The lecture will be presented by J. Ronald Spencer, Associate Academic Dean in History at...
  • Organist Christopher Houlihan At Trinity

    Organist Christopher Houlihan At Trinity
    If you make your living as an organist, you'll most likely play wherever you find a great instrument. For Chris Houlihan, a 26-year-old professional musician and Trinity College alum, the decision to perform at his alma mater was probably an easy one;...
  • Obama, Clinton To Stump For Malloy Next Week; GOP Heavy-Hitters To Visit For Foley

    Obama, Clinton To Stump For Malloy Next Week; GOP Heavy-Hitters To Visit For Foley
    President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton will both visit Connecticut next week to campaign for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in the final weeks of a dead-heat election. Obama will be in Bridgeport on Wednesday, while Clinton will campaign at the...
  • Obama, Clinton To Campaign For Malloy; Jindal for Foley

    Obama, Clinton To Campaign For Malloy; Jindal for Foley
    President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton will both be campaigning next week for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to help boost the candidate's chances in the final weeks of a dead-heat race. Obama is scheduled to arrive Wednesday in Bridgeport,...
  • Was Hartford 'The Richest City In The United States'?

    Was Hartford 'The Richest City In The United States'?
    Most magazine writers don't expect a few words thrown into an article to last more than a week or two in the public consciousness — certainly not to thrive into the next couple of centuries. But a sentence that Charles Hopkins Clark put into...
  • Marathon, Baby Dominate Couple's Lives

     Marathon, Baby Dominate Couple's Lives
    Bekki and Matt Anderson don't expect to see each other much this week, especially not on Saturday, Matt's birthday. "Matt's crazy busy right now," Bekki says. When she is on vacation from teaching in the summer, "Matt is busiest," working most weekends....
  • Hartford's Changing Cityscape Focus Of CHS Exhibits

    Hartford's Changing Cityscape Focus Of CHS Exhibits
    The history and development of the city of Hartford has so many facets it could inspire hundreds of museum exhibits. Three that are opening on Friday at Connecticut Historical Society focus on three aspects of the city: its postwar development boom, the...
  • Extraordinary Life: Civil Rights Activities Shaped Teacher's Career

    Extraordinary Life: Civil Rights Activities Shaped Teacher's Career
    Jack Chatfield was in summer school in 1962 when an article in the New York Times altered the course of his life. His Trinity College roommate was in Georgia signing up black voters, and the front-page news story described the beating the roommate...