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  • Dr. Robert R. Hahn, ER chief

    Dr. Robert R. Hahn, ER chief
    Dr. Robert R. Hahn, former emergency room chief at what is now the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center in Easton, died Aug. 7 of coronary artery disease at William Hill Manor in Easton. He was 93. "Dr. Hahn was a wonderful, wonderful man. He...
  • Lady Raven's Cotillion returning to Audubon Park

    Lady Raven's Cotillion returning to Audubon Park
    Dust off the top hat and stock up your snuff box: The Audubon Park Garden District has set the date for another night of Victorian splendor as Lady Raven's Cotillion returns on Saturday, Sept. 27. For you street unchins who missed the party last year,...
  • Datebook: Cat art, cosmic collages and sculptures that purify water

    Datebook: Cat art, cosmic collages and sculptures that purify water
    Sculptures that explore questions of environmental sustainability (and purify water), works inspired by graphic design, art about cats and a benefit show for a church that was at the heart of the Chicano movement. It's all in the Datebook: Lucy +...
  • Architectural History: As Connecticut Grew, Buildings Reflected Changing Styles

    Architectural History: As Connecticut Grew, Buildings Reflected Changing Styles
    Hartford's Wadsworth Atheneum — the country's oldest public art museum — positioned itself at the vanguard of Modern architecture in the 1930s with exhibits and visits by the movement's leading proponents. But the Wadsworth took it a step...
  • North Carolina museum makes history with LGBT exhibit

    North Carolina museum makes history with LGBT exhibit
    The Levine Museum of the New South, in Charlotte, N.C., recently unveiled a history exhibit that is in itself historic for the state and part of a larger national trend. Called "LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality," the show is a combination of exhibits...
  • Barbara Anderson, Longtime Manchester Volunteer, Dies At 98

    Barbara Anderson, a longtime volunteer at St. Mary's Episcopal Church and the Manchester Historical Society, died June 29. She was 98. Anderson was born in Cranston, R.I., to Joseph and Mary Grogan. She moved to Manchester in 1953 with her family and...
  • Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents

    Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents
    Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
  • 'Back On Track': A Town Struggles For Revival

    'Back On Track': A Town Struggles For Revival
    Many people in North Canaan say the town is flagging badly and needs a lift. Some say sure, it has its share of problems but no more of a crisis than towns across America that struggle to revive Main Street commerce. Mary Monnier puts up "North Canaan -...
  • Sanctuaries Of Stone In Winsted

    Sanctuaries Of Stone In Winsted
    Winsted’s stone churches along the north side of Main Street – Route 44 – impart on the town a timeless grace that defies the ravages of economic swoons, ‘70s architecture and even the flood of ’55. Furthest west is the...
  • Churches Were The Pillars Around Which State's Towns Were Built

     Churches Were The Pillars Around Which State's Towns Were Built
    For many years after its founding in 1751, a whipping post stood next to the Abington Congregational Church in Pomfret. "It was never used; no one ever suffered," Abington's current pastor, the Rev. Bruce Hedman, said, "but it was there as a symbol that...
  • Labyrinths: Getting Somewhere By Going In Circles

    If you think you can't get anywhere by going in circles, you haven't walked a labyrinth. Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center in Litchfield claims to have opened Connecticut's first outdoor labyrinth in 1997. Now there are many of them scattered...