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  • Interview: Jason Labbe Of Snake Oil

    Interview: Jason Labbe Of Snake Oil
    Snake Oil is an all-instrumental, quasi-fusion group, started by drummer Jason Labbe. It's loosely based in the New Haven area but has members spread all around the Northeast. Though the cast of musicians involved isn't set in stone, all participants in...
  • Dion Named Executive Chef At Madison Beach Hotel

    Dion Named Executive Chef At Madison Beach Hotel
    Madison Beach Hotel announced Monday that chef de cuisine Brendan Dion has been promoted to the executive chef position, where he will oversee The Wharf Restaurant, Port Bar, special events and catered functions. Dion is a veteran of the Four Points...
  • 'Harry Holtzman and American Abstraction' on View at the Florence Griswold Museum

    'Harry Holtzman and American Abstraction' on View at the Florence Griswold Museum
    Harry Holtzman (1912-1987) was, for a brief window of time in the 1930s, practically the face of abstract art in America. The Brooklyn native, who lived in a converted barn in Lyme for the last 20 years of his life, helped inject the optimism,...
  • Silent Sustained Reading Program at Sport and Medical Sciences Academy

    Silent Sustained Reading Program at Sport and Medical Sciences Academy
    Sustained silent reading, also known as “SSR,” is a program that every student, teacher and administrator at SMSA takes part in. The SSR program has been adopted to promote reading for enjoyment and as a life skill. Three times a week, ...
  • UK CBI factory orders slip in April, outlook strong

    LONDON (Reuters) - British factory orders unexpectedly slipped in April but prospects for the next three months were much more robust, a survey showed on Wednesday. The total order book balance in the Confederation of British Industry's industrial trends...
  • No time for cowards — let's talk about race, America

     No time for cowards — let's talk about race, America
    When it comes to race in America, the last thing I'd want is to be considered a coward. But then, it's so easy to be cowardly in America when it comes to race. It's not normal for people to take positions that can leave them vulnerable and make it...
  • Obama not getting through with good news about health care

    Here's a bit of good news for nervous Democrats: President Barack Obama's health care law isn't going to be the albatross many feared it would be in this year's congressional elections. Enrollment has soared, and the Congressional Budget Office...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Parent, Community Leaders Discuss Early Years

    On Saturday, March 29, eighteen parent leaders and community leaders including Mayor Dan Drew and the Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patricia Charles, gathered to kick off the statewide Help Me Grow Campaign with a Community Cafe. The event was hosted by...
  • The Riff Report: New music this week

    Keb' Mo' "BLUESAmericana" Even if you got your hands on a karaoke mix of "BLUESAmericana," you would know that it's a Keb' Mo' album. Just from the first few bars, the andante banjo, soft harmonica and no nonsense drums are likely to give you a flashback...
  • Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dies at 76; boxer wrongly imprisoned 19 years

    When Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was at his best as a boxer, it would have been impossible to foresee Nelson Mandela or Bob Dylan doing him any favors. With his fearsome, drop-dead glare, precisely cut goatee and glistening, shaved head, Carter was violent...
  • Commentary: More than one way to approach Easter story

    The Easter story is celebrated each year with such fanfare and splendor that one might think it was all just one big convincing event in the gospels. Nothing could be farther from the truth. If ever there was doubt about the Easter story, it did not begin...