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  • Jon Sideriadis Talk In Middlefield

    Jon Sideriadis Talk In Middlefield
    Jon Sideriadis, who is creating an entire mythology and the artwork to go with it, will give a Fantasy Art Demonstration on Thursday, April 10, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Middlefield Federated Church, 402 Main St., in an event sponsored by Art Guild of...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Help Support Hartford Youth At Two Events!

    The Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation (HYSF), will host two events in the coming month that provide the opportunity to learn more about the impactful work the organization supports in the greater Hartford community. Individuals interested in learning...
  • READER SUBMITTED: DeCordova Joins Regional Board Of National Council On Black American Affairs

    Endia DeCordova, associate dean of institutional advancement at Manchester Community College, has been elected to the Northeast Regional Board of the National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA), MCC announced. The NCBAA is a council of the...
  • Canton's Mary Jane Senechal, Longtime Chemist, Dies At 66

    CANTON — Mary Jane Senechal, a chemist and quality manager at Habisat America, died Feb. 16. She was 66. Senechal was born in Hartford and lived in many places around Connecticut.. Her husband, Richard, said every time they went for a drive he...
  • Art Galleries In Spiritual Settings

    Art Galleries In Spiritual Settings
    Two nice galleries in the capitol area are inside Catholic facilities, one at the Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center in West Hartford, and one at St. Patrick St. Anthony Church in Hartford. Both galleries specialize in artworks meant to inspire...
  • Property Tax On Colleges Is A Bad Idea

    Connecticut has had various efforts to reform its property tax structure but few changes have been made. One change, however, enacted in 1978, continues to put Connecticut in a "best in class" position. That is the Payment in Lieu of Taxes program,...
  • Wethersfield Man Prepares For World Boomerang Cup

    Wethersfield Man Prepares For World Boomerang Cup
    WETHERSFIELD -- Random chance set Adam Stankiewicz on the unlikely path to boomerang stardom. One day, Stankiewicz met a man at Hammonasset State Park in Madison, who let him borrow his stunt kite. The man later asked if he'd ever thrown a boomerang....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Tunxis Professor's Works Featured In National Exhibitions

    Large-scale outdoor sculptures by Tunxis Community College professor Stephen Klema are on display in national juried exhibitions through summer 2014. "Hobbes' Claw 2," a 4-foot by 12-foot wood, metal and plastic robotic mining saw blade prototype, is one...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Nine Hartford Schools Receive Magnet Merit Awards

    Magnet Schools of America, the national association dedicated to promoting the achievements of magnet and theme-based schools, has presented nine Hartford public schools with Magnet School of Merit Awards, recognizing them as among the best of their...
  • Concert In Middletown To Honor Local Immigrants

    Concert In Middletown To Honor Local Immigrants
    MIDDLETOWN – The city will celebrate its rich ethic heritage Saturday with a musical program dedicated to European immigrants whose gateway to America was Ellis Island. The 7:30 p.m. program, at the Middletown High School Performing Arts Center,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Employee Volunteers To Read To Children In Hartford

    The hallways at Dr. Michael D. Fox School were lined with nearly 130 volunteers who collected one of two books by the beloved children's author, Dr. Seuss, in preparation for reading to children on Monday, March 3. United Way of Central and...