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  • 2014 Summer Exhibits In Connecticut

    2014 Summer Exhibits In Connecticut
    A wide range of exhibits will be on view this summer at Connecticut museums. The New Britain Museum of American Art will burst with energy, with a salon show of contemporary artists and an art-glass exhibit. The Lyman Allyn will focus on mystery, with...
  • A Roaring Brook Runs Through The Forest

    A Roaring Brook Runs Through The Forest
    Every state seems to have a Middletown in it. You can walk down a Main Street in nearly every city and town. And every forest seems to have a Roaring Brook flowing through it. Lyme's version of Roaring Brook is special, running clear and pristine from...
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  • Disease On The Wings Of Climate Change

    Disease On The Wings Of Climate Change
    Asian tiger mosquitoes were identified for the first time in Fairfield County last summer. This should raise your eyebrows because the Asian tiger mosquito, one of the world's most invasive species, can spread a terribly debilitating disease,...
  • Property of the Week: Castle Heights

    Property of the Week: Castle Heights
    Collaborative custom design at CastleHeights By Sally Martino After his divorce, Paul Carenza decided to stay in his 3,500-square-foot, four-bedroom home in Southington because he loved it.  The custom-built home had a spacious, open floor plan,...
  • Henry D. Felton IV, bank executive

    Henry D. Felton IV, bank executive
    Henry Dilworth Felton IV, a retired bank executive and business owner who was a longtime Stevenson University trustee, died of sepsis related to a blood infection Friday at Sinai Hospital. The Glyndon resident was 70. Born in Philadelphia, he was the...
  • A Homecoming For Saxophonist Noah Preminger

    A Homecoming For Saxophonist Noah Preminger
    Tenor saxophonist and Canton native Noah Preminger has settled nicely into a busy New York City jazz existence. He regularly leads two quartets — the first, a piano-less group with forward-thinking guitarist Ben Monder, bassist Matt Pavolka and...
  • Bridal Guide 2013: Banquet Halls, Bridal Shops, Wedding Cakes, Florists and More Around Greater New Haven

    Bridal Guide 2013: Banquet Halls, Bridal Shops, Wedding Cakes, Florists and More Around Greater New Haven
    BANQUET HALLS Ansonia J. Sullivan's 557 Wakelee Ave., (203) 735-6417 Branford Bill Miller's Castle 834 E. Main St., (888) 514-5551 Branford Elk's Lodge 158 S. Montowese St., (203) 488-9311 La Luna 168 N. Main St., (203) 483-9995 The...
  • A Fundraiser for Sgt. David Tupper at Firemen's Field in Old Saybrook

    A Fundraiser for Sgt. David Tupper at Firemen's Field in Old Saybrook
    Take some time this Saturday to lend a helping hand to one of our own who's already sacrificed so much. Sgt. David Tupper, a 2002 graduate of Old Saybrook High School, suffered a traumatic brain injury during one of his two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan...
  • How California escapes the Lyme disease curse: Lizards!

    How California escapes the Lyme disease curse: Lizards!
    What if ticks were an endangered species? Would we preserve critical habitat for them? Fund a captive-tick breeding program? It would be hard for me, as a hiker and dog owner, to summon any sympathy for these disgusting little pests. If they were gone,...
  • The Exploding Popularity of Chef-To-Farm Dinners

    The Exploding Popularity of Chef-To-Farm Dinners
    There are hordes of people eating in Connecticut farm fields this summer. They're eating next to pumpkin patches and beside rows of tomatoes, sunflowers, beans and peppers. And the food they're scarfing down like hunger-crazed locusts was pulled out...