Connecticut Magazine to Send Member of Military to Savor Food & Wine Celebration

12/12/14

Connecticut Magazine to Send Member of Military to Savor Food & Wine Celebration

Are you inspired by someone serving in the military, a “hero” who has helped to keep our country strong—someone who would appreciate being thanked at a special event featuring amazing food and wine? Savor, A celebration of Wine, Food & Spirits and Connecticut Magazine are teaming with the Robert Irvine Foundation to celebrate a very special military person by sending him or her and a guest to the Savor in Style Charity Gala, hosted by celebrity chef Robert Irvine, on Saturday, April 11, 2015. The gala, according to the Savor website, "will feature some of the nation’s top chefs and highly successful regional chefs paired with well-respected winemakers. Following the Chandon Sparkling Reception, these masters will lavish guests with their sumptuous...

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Timex's Holy Land Watch Raises Funds for Waterbury Icon's Restoration

12/11/14

Timex's Holy Land Watch Raises Funds for Waterbury Icon's Restoration

The first batch of special edition Timex Holy Land watches arrived three weeks ago and have already sold out, but more are on the way.

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Iconic White House Christmas Card Created by Litchfield Hills Artist

12/10/14

Iconic White House Christmas Card Created by Litchfield Hills Artist

Cornwall-based artist Emily Buchanan was commissioned to create the 2014 White House Christmas card.

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Magazine’s Snowman Cover Model Being Auctioned to Aid Toys for Tots

12/08/14

Magazine’s Snowman Cover Model Being Auctioned to Aid Toys for Tots

Artist Holly Bollinger is auctioning her felted snowman ornament, which appears on the cover of the Connecticut Magazine December issue, to support Toys for Tots.

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Yale Students Stage 'Die-In' to Protest Michael Brown, Eric Garner Cases

12/06/14

Yale Students Stage 'Die-In' to Protest Michael Brown, Eric Garner Cases

A "die-in” led by students of Yale Law School, was a protest of police killings of black men, including the recent grand jury decisions not to indict officers in the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in New York.

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