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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...
  • Garden to grow children's appreciation of nature

    Sow Share's future children's garden will give children more than a plot to grow plants. The green space will foster nature-conscious children through exploration and outdoor play. "We plan to have some vegetable gardening going on, but the majority is...
  • A new name for a familiar Rodale magazine

    A new name for a familiar Rodale magazine
    Rodale's first magazine, Organic Gardening, is getting a new name, the Emmaus publisher announced Friday. The bimonthly publication, which launched in 1942 and helped propel a worldwide movement, will be called Rodale's Organic Life starting with its...
  • AAFES pushes for online shopping option for veterans

    Allowing 18.8 million honorably discharged veterans to shop online through military exchange services, which also operate brick-and-mortar department stores and concessions on base, could boost store profits enough to pump more than $100 million back into...
  • Government issues new revision on birth control insurance mandate

    The Obama administration issued a new rule Friday aimed at winding down its years-long fight with religious groups over the requirement in its landmark healthcare law that companies provide insurance that covers contraceptives. The new rule will allow...
  • Administration moves toward new rule on contraceptives

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Friday moved to enact new rules that help ensure contraception coverage for employees of certain companies that have religious objections to birth control. The new rule would seek to isolate the employers from the...
  • Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz stop worrying about Hobby Lobby and get back to work?

    Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz stop worrying about Hobby Lobby and get back to work?
            First off, I like Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She is a lightning rod, but I go along with most of what she talks about. She is very passionate about her work. But I can’t buy her latest visit to Hobby Lobby in Davie to...
  • LA's Petersen Museum getting complete overhaul

    The Petersen Automotive Museum will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year by closing down at least temporarily. The good news for gearheads and fans of Los Angeles' best-known automotive institution is that when it reopens, it will feature a new, sleek...
  • Gardening expert Mike McGrath's career has grown organically

    A pretty girl got Mike McGrath hooked on gardening more than 30 years ago. McGrath, who now reaches 23 states and Canada with his nationally syndicated public radio show "You Bet Your Garden," met the 22-year-old at a party and wanted to impress her. So...