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  • Daytrippers: Radio Controlled Cars

    Daytrippers: Radio Controlled Cars
    The massive amount of snow on the ground is causing parents to look to indoor activities to entertain their families. Don't forget about Radio Control Hobbies and Raceway in Waterbury, a unique place for kids and adults alike. The mini-track is located...
  • Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment

    Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment
    Many high schools have clubs and activities to participate in, including skating clubs for skateboarders, but at Bunnell High School in Stratford, Connecticut, the SKATENG club, SKATENG with an E, is a club for students to involve themselves in the care...
  • Condos, Hobbies, and Game Changer

    Condos, Hobbies, and Game Changer
    The housing market is still a bit sluggish, but if you are on the lookout to buy a condo in Connecticut the time has never been better Connecticut Condos The dog days of summer are upon us. Finding new things for you and the kids to do can start...
  • Hobby Lobby and the contraception it opposed

    Hobby Lobby and the contraception it opposed
    In the recent Hobby Lobby decision addressing the Affordable Care Act's insurance mandate for women's contraception, the U.S. Supreme Court raised several issues about religious freedom and the rights of corporations. What it didn't consider was whether...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: Hobby Lobby Should Provide Insurance Covering Legal Contraception

    The following is an abridged version of a conversation at http://www.facebook.com/edpagecourant. Bill Cink: The Hobby Lobby decision did not infringe on anyone's rights, but did to a small degree support and defend everyone's 1st Amendment rights, so I'...
  • Playing same sport can present challenges for couples

    Playing same sport can present challenges for couples
    Introducing your significant other to a sport you love has all sorts of things to recommend it, right? "Sharing activities as a couple is a great relationship-tending skill," says Lisa Bahar, a Newport Beach, Calif., marriage and family therapist. "(It)...
  • Lurie Garden's maturing beauty

    Lurie Garden's maturing beauty
    Shrouded in fog, the meadowy garden in the city starts to reveal itself, with startling shots of purples and blues in an impressionistic sea of greens, as the sun begins to poke through. A tall, sturdy man with ruddy complexion and silvery hair...
  • UPS cuts forecast, to spend more on holiday shipping

    (Reuters) - United Parcel Service Inc , the world's biggest courier company, slashed its earnings forecast for the year as it spends to boost capacity ahead of the busy holiday shopping season. UPS's shares fell as much as 3.7 percent, their biggest...
  • Three things MOCA can do about its looming exhibition gap

    Three things MOCA can do about its looming exhibition gap
    The Museum of Contemporary Art, as my colleague Christopher Knight reported over the weekend, appears to be facing a considerable gap in its exhibition schedule. It turns out that the tumult of the Jeffrey Deitch years has led to an exhibition drought....
  • Northern gardens flourish as Florida gardeners replant

    Northern gardens flourish as Florida gardeners replant
    Summer sure is hot and sometime you just have to escape to a cooler place.  We did to a more northern climate where the gardens were just beginning to display their harvests.  “Would you like a fresh squash?” one gardener asked.  He...
  • Moderate summer weather makes for a great gardening season

    Moderate summer weather makes for a great gardening season
    This summer, a remarkable transformation has occurred: I have become a fabulous gardener. Or so I began to conclude, looking at my yard this year. My relatively new shrubs and perennials, which by all rights by now I should have killed? Thriving...