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  • Florence Griswold Exhibit Celebrates True Folk Art

    Florence Griswold Exhibit Celebrates True Folk Art
    In the gallery at Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, two portraits hang side-by-side, "The Artist" and "The Artist's Wife." They were painted in 1815. Not much else is known about them, not even the name of the artist, who ironically immortalized...
  • When Forests Covered The Connecticut Landscape

    When Forests Covered The Connecticut Landscape
    In 1600, what was to become Connecticut was essentially nothing but trees. "If it isn't a rock outcrop, and it isn't a wetland or water body, and it isn't a bald patch on a coastal dune, it is all forest," said Robert M. Thorson, a University of...
  • A carnival of books and pop culture at Book Show bookstore

    A carnival of books and pop culture at Book Show bookstore
    “Are books the new vinyl? I think they are,” Jen Hitchcock says. A 20-year veteran of the music industry, she had seen vinyl records disappear and then return as a viable form. When she was laid off from her job in music publishing, she took...
  • Hot Or Cold, Lobster Rolls Are Worth The Drive

    Hot Or Cold, Lobster Rolls Are Worth The Drive
    At least once a summer, (more often, if I'm lucky), I have to have a lobster roll — preferably consumed at a picnic table with a salt water view. My preference is the hot version, fresh lobster meat drizzled with butter and piled into a hot dog bun....
  • Connecticut Trails Day Weekend Coming June 7, 8

    Connecticut Trails Day Weekend Coming June 7, 8
    Connecticut Trails Day Weekend has 258 events, the most of any state. So now matter where you live, you're probably close to activities that are being held in 142 municipalities on June 7 and 8. That's impressive for the third smallest state,...
  • Guilford Settlers' Vow Of Solidarity Still Resonates

    Guilford is one of four Connecticut towns celebrating a 375th anniversary this year. The others are Stratford, Fairfield and Milford; all were settled by English Puritans looking to start new lives in the New World. The quartet of anniversaries is...
  • April 17: Vernon Family Seeks Votes For Wheelchair Accessible Van

    April 17: Vernon Family Seeks Votes For Wheelchair Accessible Van
    VERNON — Becky and Dave Dyment's son Justin was just 4-months-old when he was diagnosed with a rare seizure disorder. At the time, the couple promised to always include Justin in family activities and trips. Now they are hoping to win a customized...
  • Discovering The Headwaters Of The Coginchaug River At Guilford's Northwoods

    Discovering The Headwaters Of The Coginchaug River At Guilford's Northwoods
    One of my favorite things to do when I was growing up was to explore the headwaters of streams that flowed through the woods. Sometimes the journey would end at a small lake or the broken dam of a mill pond. Other times, the journey led me to spring or...
  • U. of C., Knox College among schools being investigated for handling of sex cases

    U. of C., Knox College among schools being investigated for handling of sex cases
    The University of Chicago and Knox College are among 55 schools under federal investigation for their handling of sexual violence and harassment complaints, according to a list released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Education. Both schools have...
  • A Kennedy Stirs Connecticut's Politics

    State Sen. Ed Meyer, D-Guilford, will not seek a sixth term in November. He has been a brave soldier in the endless battle to protect the public's right to know what its government is doing. This is harder duty than most people think. Those invested...
  • Bring on the holiday decorations in the office!

    Q: We work in the health services office of a large university with a very diverse student population. For fear of offending others, some administrators want to institute a policy that would forbid us from putting up Christmas decorations, including...