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Harry Gray

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  • Q&A With John Lovitz, "I Do What Is Funny To Me."

    Q&A With John Lovitz, "I Do What Is Funny To Me."
    He first made us laugh until we cried when he and his characters including Hanukkah Harry and Tommy Flanagan joined "Saturday Night Live" in 1985. And then he never stopped. Comedian Jon Lovitz has appeared on stage, screen and television, doing signature...
  • South Windsor High School boys' soccer plays 'Pink Out' game

    The South Windsor High School boys' soccer team played its annual Pink Out game on Oct. 8, in support of the Helen and Harry Gray Center at Hartford Hospital for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Head coach Dave St. Jean said that the Bobcats defeated...
  • Breast-Cancer-Awareness Events In Connecticut

    Breast-Cancer-Awareness Events In Connecticut
    St. Francis Breast Health Talks Dr. Kim Caprio, M.D., of the Saint Francis Enfield Access Center, will talk about recent advances for breast cancer screening and treatment options, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Enfield center, 7 Elm St. Register at www....
  • Joan Rivers, Our Widow-to-Widow Talk

    Joan Rivers, Our Widow-to-Widow Talk
    Like so many, I too was saddened  by the death of comedy icon, Joan Rivers. Our paths crossed several times over the years and among those times was the first time when she was the headliner at WRCH's annual 'Nite of Lite Laughter' fundraiser for the...
  • Hartford Bridge Club Raises Funds For Cancer Center In Memory of Former President

    AVON — The Hartford Bridge Club recently presented a donation of $3,500 to the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center in town. The donation Aug. 26 was made in honor of Dixie Mastrandrea, a former president and longtime member of the bridge club, who...
  • 2014 Pasadena Showcase home recalls an English estate

    2014 Pasadena Showcase home recalls an English estate
    The 2014 Pasadena Showcase House of Design opened last Sunday with much fanfare. Celebrating its 50th Showcase House of Design, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts members and designers invites guests to tour the English Arts & Crafts style house and...
  • Caltech President Jean-Lou Chameau leaving for a university in Saudi Arabia

    Caltech President Jean-Lou Chameau leaving for a university in Saudi Arabia
    Caltech President Jean-Lou Chameau this week announced that he will leave his position at the end of the school year to head up a science and tech-focused university in Saudi Arabia. Chameau, who will be leading the newly formed King Abdullah University...
  • Study: Can Exercise Weaken A Tumor Or Slow Its Growth?

    Could exercise and mindfulness slow the growth of breast cancer tumors? A study by Yale's medical and public health schools now under way in partnership with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute aims to answer that question. Researchers at the Breast Center...
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Events In October

    Breast Cancer Awareness Events In October
    Digital Mobile Mammography October and November: Hartford Hospital is providing a digital mobile mammography van around the community and at places of employment. The van is scheduled to visit the following sites: Windsor Senior Center (Oct. 1);...
  • How Much To Get Your Name On A College Building? A Lot

    How Much To Get Your Name On A College Building? A Lot
    From less than $1 million to $25 million or more, the amount of money it takes to get your name on a building at one of Connecticut's institutions varies greatly. Linda McMahon, the former wrestling executive now running for U.S. Senate, gave Sacred...
  • Breast Cancer Treatment Is Over; Now How Do You Get Back To Normal?

    Breast Cancer Treatment Is Over; Now How Do You Get Back To Normal?
    A diagnosis of breast cancer often leads to a treatment plan that includes surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation and frequent check-ups. As the treatment takes place over time, a routine develops. But what happens — and what should a patient do...