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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • A CT Filmmaker Explores the Korean War

    A CT Filmmaker Explores the Korean War
    Sixty years have now passed since the shooting stopped on the Korean Peninsula. The body count remains stunning. More than 36,000 dead American soldiers; another 103,000 wounded, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. South Korean military...
  • Flavor Profile: Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana in Fairfield

    Flavor Profile: Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana in Fairfield
    Fresh clam pizza is what defines Pepe's for me. Whenever I go there, that's what I order. I'm hooked. The other week, Gary Biamonte, grandson of Frank Pepe, who opened the original Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven, came to the Fairfield Pepe's and got...
  • Joyce Carol Oates In New Haven; Benjamin Griffin At Twain House

    Joyce Carol Oates  In New Haven; Benjamin Griffin At Twain House
    Benjamin Griffin, associate editor for the Mark Twain Papers & Project at the University of California, Berkeley, will give a free talk on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 5:30 p.m., following a 5 p.m. reception at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 51 Farmington Ave.,...
  • Goodwin College hosts its first Humanities Festival

    Goodwin College hosts its first Humanities Festival
    Jamie Mattos enrolled at Goodwin College to get a nursing degree, but along the way, she discovered a talent for writing poetry. "I always loved art and poetry, but I didn't know I could write poems until I tried," said Mattos, whose work has appeared...
  • NFL, Walmart Fumbles Show Just How Tough PR Business Is

    In an epic display of bad timing, this week marks the debut of the Museum of Public Relations, the New York institution where students of the discipline -- if you can call it that -- can access some 500 books and 100 hours of interviews. It's hard to...
  • Great leader, little country

    November 19. That's the date a bust of Vaclav Havel is to be dedicated in National Statuary Hall at this country's Capitol, and it's perfect timing -- for November 19 will also be the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution he led and embodied in his...
  • Obama's mixed messages on war

    It's funny how President Obama is always talking about "I" and "me" whenever it makes him look good, but suddenly it's "they" and "we" when mistakes are made.. For instance, for years Obama boasted about how he ended the Iraq war and how he withdrew...
  • Air museum hosts annual quilt show

    Although it is dedicated to aviation history, the New England Air Museum hosted the third annual "Flights and Fantasies Quilt Show" during the last week in September. The warm, soft quilts provided contrast among the cold steel of the airplanes on...
  • From 'fore' to flight

    From 'fore' to flight
    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport was first a golf course. In fact, Southside Golf Course was Fort Lauderdale's first golf course, dating to the 1920s. The nine-hole course came on the presidential horizon in 1921, when President Warren...
  • Was Hartford 'The Richest City In The United States'?

    Was Hartford 'The Richest City In The United States'?
    Most magazine writers don't expect a few words thrown into an article to last more than a week or two in the public consciousness — certainly not to thrive into the next couple of centuries. But a sentence that Charles Hopkins Clark put into...
  • The Enduring Appeal Of State's Silent Bells

    The Enduring Appeal Of State's Silent Bells
    Bells have long been expected to alert listeners that something is happening. Yet they are frequently valued not only for their sound, but as quiet icons of remembrance. Silent bells can ring loudly in our imaginations. Historically, and into the...