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Connecticut Catholics Welcome New Bishops

Connecticut Catholics Welcome New Bishops

After suffering through years of child sexual abuse scandals, wayward priests and waning influence, state catholics are ready for new leadership.

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Gustave Whitehead First to Fly? Maybe. Will His Fairfield House Crash?

Gustave Whitehead First to Fly? Maybe. Will His Fairfield House Crash?

The debate over who first achieved motorized flight may continue elsewhere, but here in Connecticut, there's no question.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
  Agave Grill's Spicy Barbecue Pork Tacos Praised in Food Network Magazine

Agave Grill's Spicy Barbecue Pork Tacos Praised in Food Network Magazine

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, Food Network Magazine’s May issue features a story entitled “50 States of Tacos” and Agave Grill in Hartford is included.

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Half Full Brewery in Stamford to Can Beers, Sell Across Connecticut

Half Full Brewery in Stamford to Can Beers, Sell Across Connecticut

Stamford's Half Full Brewery taps into craft beer enthusiasm and launches canning line.

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Connecticut Politics

by Jennifer Swift

Two GOP Candidates to Return Lisa Wilson-Foley Campaign Donations

At least two Republican candidates for state office are now saying thanks, but no thanks, to donations they received from Lisa Wilson-Foley, who along with her husband pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge in a campaign scheme involving former Gov. John G. Rowland last month. Lieutenant...

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John McKinney Would Back Repeal of Tougher Connecticut Gun Laws as Governor?

John McKinney Would Back Repeal of Tougher Connecticut Gun Laws as Governor?

State Sen. John McKinney of Fairfield, a GOP candidate for governor, appears to say in a video that, as governor, he would back a legislature that voted to repeal Connecticut's tougher new gun laws.

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Arts & Entertainment

Like ‘Survivor’ as Horror Movie: Haunted Camping Coming to Connecticut

Like ‘Survivor’ as Horror Movie: Haunted Camping Coming to Connecticut

Be afraid, be very afraid. For two nights in July terror will take over a Connecticut campground, for the entertainment of paying guests.

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Jeff Koons, Tommy Hilfiger, Connecticut Couple Craft ‘Fabergé’ Eggs for Hunt

Jeff Koons, Tommy Hilfiger, Connecticut Couple Craft ‘Fabergé’ Eggs for Hunt

Each Easter Tsar Nicholas II would present his beloved wife, Alexandra, with an impressive bauble. Jewel and gold encrusted, whimsically designed, they were the exquisite “eggs” create by Peter Carl Fabergé. The tradition of the imperial Fabergé eggs died with the...

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Style & Shopping

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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Stuart Weitzman Fantasy Shoes for Sale in Greenwich 'Art & Sole' Event

Stuart Weitzman Fantasy Shoes for Sale in Greenwich 'Art & Sole' Event

Fantasy art shoes from the Stuart Weitzman Collection will be sold at the store in Greenwich, and Jane Weitzman will be signing copies of her book 'Art & Sole' as part of Art to the Avenue.

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Health & Wellness

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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Safe Staffing: Connecticut Nurses Lobby for Hospitals to Report Levels

Safe Staffing: Connecticut Nurses Lobby for Hospitals to Report Levels

A coalition of healthcare unions and others in Connecticut are worried about staffing levels in hospitals and lobbying for a bill that would implement a new state reporting requirement.

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History

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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Aaron Burr's Treason Trial Explored in Litchfield, Town With Strong Ties to Burr

Aaron Burr's Treason Trial Explored in Litchfield, Town With Strong Ties to Burr

It was Aaron Burr’s treason trial that drew listeners to the Litchfield Historical Society recently to listen to Prof. R. Kent Newmyer, a professor of law and history at the University of Connecticut School of Law, who discussed his book, “The Treason Trial of Aaron Burr: Law, Politics, and the Character Wars of a New Nation.”

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Education

'DamNation' Takes Top Honors at Environmental Film Festival at Yale

'DamNation' Takes Top Honors at Environmental Film Festival at Yale

"DamNation," a documentary film by Travis Rummel and Ben Knight, won top prize at the 2014 Environmental Film Festival at Yale.

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Sale of Oprah Winfrey's New Chai Tea to Aid Some Connecticut Students

Sale of Oprah Winfrey's New Chai Tea to Aid Some Connecticut Students

Pathways to College at James Hillhouse High School is one of four programs that will benefit from every sale of Oprah Winfrey’s new product, Teavana Oprah Chai Tea. The tea will hit the shelves at Teavana and Starbucks locations April 29.

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Shoreline Jewish Festival

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Aug 11, 2013
12:00 pm until 5:00 pm

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Shoreline Jewish Festival

 The Shoreline Jewish Festival - A celebration of Jewish life! Sunday August 11th, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM, on the Guilford Green. Jewish music from around the world, children’s programs, Israeli food, and other fair favorites. Jewish book sale, Israeli and local artists featuring Judaica & Jewish art, crafts for kids. Admission and entertainment is free. Food, crafts, Judaica, books are for sale. For pictures and more information, visit www.shorelinejewishfestival.com. To reserve a booth, or for anything else, please call 203-453-5580 or email info@shorelinejewishfestival.com

Cost Free
Location

Guilford Green
Guilford Green
Guilford, CT
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SponsorChabad of the Shoreline
Phone203-453-5580
Contact nameYossi Yaffe
Contact emailchabad@snet.net
Websitehttp://www.shorelinejewishfestival.com

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