"Autobiography of Mark Twain, Vol. 2" to Be Released Oct. 5; Reveals Author's Fascination with the Common Housefly
If only Sam Clemens could have met ninja fly exterminator and U.S. President Barack Obama.
Thanks to Smithsonian Magazine, free admission is available to more than a dozen state museums on Sept. 28.
This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of the Hurricane of 1938, which remains the most powerful and deadliest in New England history.
They raided ships and buried treasure, but they weren’t always considered outlaws.
Charming, witty and sociable, Fitz-Greene Halleck of Guilford was one of the 19th century's best-known poets, hailed as "America's Byron." So why has the man who some have described as "America's First Homosexual Poet" been forgotten?
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- Vampires in Connecticut, and Our Link to Hitler's Skull, in Talks by State Archeologist | Comments
- New Haven Pizza History Revelation: Pepe's Came After Camposano Apizza | Comments
- Women's Work in World War II; Torrington Talk and Exhibit | Comments
- Slavery in Connecticut: Reminisces of Old "Ti" | Comments
- New Book on Bridgeport's Gen. Tom Thumb Sheds Light on Celebrity in the 19th Century | Comments
- Shades of Downton Abbey: Irish Domestics in Connecticut | Comments
- Wicked Winter Storms From Connecticut's Past | Comments
- "Through a Different Lens: Three CT Women Photographers" Offers a New Perspective | Comments
- 2014 Marks a Century From a Year That Changed the World, 1914 | Comments
- Celebrating the Origin of Santa and Three Centuries of Christmas at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum in Wethersfield. | Comments