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On Heels of UConn's NCAA Titles, Student-Athletes Unionizing Has Traction

On Heels of UConn's NCAA Titles, Student-Athletes Unionizing Has Traction

State Rep. Patricia Dillon, D-New Haven, plans to sponsor legislation that will help eliminate barriers to athletes unionizing at public universities like UConn.

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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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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
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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Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton Won't Back Down from Accusation

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton Won't Back Down from Accusation

Danbury Mayor and Gubernatorial Candidate Mark Boughton says he misspoke at a debate when he suggested a Democratic donor was appointed to a “high-paying position” because of a “quid pro quo” arrangement, but maintains the arrangement still stinks of a pay to play atmosphere in the state’s executive branch.

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Arts & Entertainment

Authors' Luncheon Unites Esteemed Writers on Issue of Domestic Violence

Authors' Luncheon Unites Esteemed Writers on Issue of Domestic Violence

The 10th Annual Authors' Luncheon benefiting the Susan B. Anthony Project will feature authors Evie Wyld, Dagmara Dominczyk and Hilma Wolitzer and be hosted by Diane Meier and Frank Delaney.

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Iraq Veteran, Ballet Dancer Roman Baca Brings Fallujah to West Hartford

Iraq Veteran, Ballet Dancer Roman Baca Brings Fallujah to West Hartford

The Ballet Theatre Company's 16 Annual Spring Repertory Performance will take place on May 3 at the University of Saint Joseph.

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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

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

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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'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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Nov 9, 2012 to Dec 31, 2013
11:00 am until 10:00 pm

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

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Vivo Express-Let Us Do the Cooking

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  For information, contact:  Margery Reynolds, 860-760-2229. mreynolds@whghotels.com

Vivo Express-Why Cook When You Can Just Pick up the Phone and Pick Up the Food the Day of Your Party?

WHO: Vivo at the Marriott Hartford Downtown. John Fraher, General Manager, Marriott Hartford Downtown; Marta Cieszynska, Director of Outlets, Marriott Hartford Downtown.

WHAT: If you like to entertain but hate the thought of cooking for your guests, why not try Vivo Express? Order one of our six gourmet meals: Prime Rib, Baked Virginia Ham, Roast Turkey, Italian Buffet, Mediterranean Buffet or Deli Buffet at least one week before your party and your order and all of the side dishes and desserts will be ready for pick up at our door. We’ll prepare and package your meal(s) for you (each feeds up to 15). All you have to do is pick up the phone and one week later pick up the food. No dishes, no mess. We’ll even provide re-heating instructions and recipes for the leftovers! Enjoy your own party this year and impress your friends and colleagues. See why Vivo Seasonal Trattoria has been rated Excellent by Wine Spectator, Zagat, and the American Culinary Federation of America!         

WHERE: Vivo Seasonal Trattoria

Located at Marriott Hartford Downtown

200 Columbus Boulevard

Hartford, CT 06103   860-760-2333

www.VivoHartford.com

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WHEN: Vivo Seasonal Trattoria is open Monday-Sunday. Please provide a minimum of one week’s notice for ordering and preparation.          

COST: Prices range from $225 to $250

Cost $225-$250 for complete meal that feeds up to 15 people
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Vivo Seasonal Trattoria
200 Columbus Blvd.
Hartford, CT
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Phone860-760-2229
Contact nameMargery Reynolds
Contact emailmreynolds@waterfordhotelgroup.com
Websitehttp://www.VivoHartford.com
Alternate Phone:: 860-760-2332

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