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Beware Wolfdogs in Connecticut? No. Animals in Ledyard Area Are Dogs

Beware Wolfdogs in Connecticut? No. Animals in Ledyard Area Are Dogs

There have been sporadic reports of snow-white canines with pointy ears roaming the Long Pond area in North Stonington and Ledyard in packs of up to seven. Recently things turned deadly.

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Connecticut Rolls Out Next Wave of 'Still Revolutionary' Tourism Campaign

Connecticut Rolls Out Next Wave of 'Still Revolutionary' Tourism Campaign

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy today announced the next wave of Connecticut’s still revolutionary campaign. The new advertising spots, titled “Revolutionary Thoughts,” will showcase a diverse array of experiences travelers can enjoy within close proximity.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
Spring Lamb Focus of Saugatuck Craft Butchery Dinner Party, Westport

Spring Lamb Focus of Saugatuck Craft Butchery Dinner Party, Westport

Each month Saugatuck Craft Butchery hosts an eight course dinner party paired with wine for twenty guests that highlights a different protein and Craft's pasture to table ethos.

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‘Under the Tuscan Sun’ Author Brings Her Italian Wines to Connecticut

‘Under the Tuscan Sun’ Author Brings Her Italian Wines to Connecticut

'Under the Tuscan Sun' author Frances Mayes will be presenting her line of Italian wines in Connecticut in May.

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Connecticut Politics

by Jennifer Swift
Hillary Clinton takes the stage at UConn forum

Hillary Clinton takes the stage at UConn forum

In her opening remarks, tailor-made for a college crowd, former Secretary of State, Senator, first lady and possible Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton urged University of Connecticut students to participate in their democracy — and spoke of the need of the country to...

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Politico: Dodd Campaign Could Have Unknowingly Received Illegal Campaign Contributions

Politico: Dodd Campaign Could Have Unknowingly Received Illegal Campaign Contributions

Former Sen. Chris Dodd’s campaign may have been a recipient of illegal campaign contributions from a man who pleaded guilty Thursday to making $180,000 in illegal contributions and witness tampering, Politico reports.

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Arts & Entertainment

'MythBusters Host Adam Savage Discusses Nerds, Science at CT Forum

'MythBusters Host Adam Savage Discusses Nerds, Science at CT Forum

The popular "Mythbusters" co-host is part of the panel of The Connecticut Forum's "Nerd Fest" at The Bushnell in Hartford.

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 Lots of Daffodils—and Food, Family Fun, Fireworks in Meriden Festival

Lots of Daffodils—and Food, Family Fun, Fireworks in Meriden Festival

Just like its namesake flower, Meriden’s Daffodil Festival is back once again to welcome spring. This year’s fest is scheduled for the weekend of April 26-27 at Hubbard Park, and will include all the terrific food, activities and daffodils that have made the event one of the rites of Connecticut spring.

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Style & Shopping

 ESPN's Sage Steele Wears a Connecticut Design on 'NBA Countdown' Again

ESPN's Sage Steele Wears a Connecticut Design on 'NBA Countdown' Again

The dress Sage Steele wore on “NBA Countdown” April 19 marked the third time she has worn a Jean Anne Boccaccio design on the air.

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Own a Piece of Connecticut Landmark Where Bogart, Bacall, Liz Taylor Stayed

Own a Piece of Connecticut Landmark Where Bogart, Bacall, Liz Taylor Stayed

The entire collection of antiques from the Silvermine Tavern in Norwalk will be sold at an estate sale on April 25-27.

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Health & Wellness

Walk with the Animals at the Beardsley Zoo in Support of Make-A-Wish

Walk with the Animals at the Beardsley Zoo in Support of Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish Connecticut's annual fundraiser Walk for Wishes raises money to grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

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Old Saybrook Dad Writes Book on His Son's Triumph Over Autism

Old Saybrook Dad Writes Book on His Son's Triumph Over Autism

“I want people to read it, see that there’s hope. Nobody could tell us what things would look like in five or 10 years, we didn’t know anyone like this. I want people to know that they’re not alone, and that there is hope,” Steven Yates said.

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History

Can Connecticut's Oldest Castle Be Saved?

Can Connecticut's Oldest Castle Be Saved?

Once upon a time a group of community activists, and state and city officials, rushed to save a historic Connecticut castle.

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AMC's 'Turn' Features Connecticut Spies of the American Revolution

AMC's 'Turn' Features Connecticut Spies of the American Revolution

They always say the truth is more compelling than fiction. In the case of AMC's "Turn," a healthy dose of both is making for some great TV. Set during the American Revolution, "Turn," chronicles the true story of the Culper Spy Ring, which operated in and around New...

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Education

Gospel Music Gets Listeners Out of Their Seats at The Hotchkiss School

Gospel Music Gets Listeners Out of Their Seats at The Hotchkiss School

Student choirs from around Litchfield County will participate in Gospelfest at The Hotchkiss School this Sunday, April 27.

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Chocolate World Expo Offers Delicious Education at Science Center

Chocolate World Expo Offers Delicious Education at Science Center

The Chocolate World Expo will fill the Connecticut Science Center with over 40 vendors offering everything from brownies to bath soap, April 27.

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Meet the Animals

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Apr 20, 2013
1:30 pm until 2:30 pm

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Meet the Animals

Celebrate Earth Day with our 4-legged and winged friends!  Cindy King of Animal Show on the Go presents a unique and fun way to learn all about different animals. How soft is a chinchilla?  Is a snake slimy?  Come discover for yourself!  Participants will get a chance to pet different types of live animals as we learn all about them. 

 Limited seating, please call for reservations.         

Cost $10 Adults; $8 Children.
Location

The Institute for American Indian Studies
38 Curtis Road
Washington, CT
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Additional Information
SponsorThe Institute for American Indian Studies
Phone860-868-0518
Contact nameLisa Piastuch
Contact emaillpiastuch@iaismuseum.org
Websitehttp://www.iaismuseum.org

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