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Ebola Concerns Have West Haven Family Quarantined After Return From Africa

Ebola Concerns Have West Haven Family Quarantined After Return From Africa

A family of six is quarantined in West Haven for 21 days after arriving in the U.S. from one of the Ebola-affected countries in West Africa, as per Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s recently enacted emergency protocol, city officials said.

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Connecticut Adds 11,500 Jobs in September, Unemployment at 6-Year Low

Connecticut Adds 11,500 Jobs in September, Unemployment at 6-Year Low

Connecticut’s unemployment rate hit its lowest point in nearly six years as 11,500 jobs were added in the state during September, the state Department of Labor said Monday.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
New South End Restaurant Delights New Canaan With Creative Cuisine

New South End Restaurant Delights New Canaan With Creative Cuisine

In early July CTbites previewed the opening of South End, the newest addition to the New Canaan restaurant scene. Nearly two months of frenzied activity has confirmed the local appreciation that the creative cuisine of Chef Nicholas Martschenko is alive on Pine Street.

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New Ceviche Latin Kitchen in Middlebury: Sizzling Cuisine and Cocktails

New Ceviche Latin Kitchen in Middlebury: Sizzling Cuisine and Cocktails

This new Latin fusion restaurant offers a wide variety of mouthwatering dishes to choose from.

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Connecticut Politics

by Jennifer Swift
Malloy Leads Foley by 1 Percentage Point in Latest Quinnipiac Poll

Malloy Leads Foley by 1 Percentage Point in Latest Quinnipiac Poll

After a deluge of ads and multiple debates, the gubernatorial race between incumbent Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican Tom Foley remains in a virtual tie with Joe Visconti still not making a difference in the outcome.

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Tom Foley Closed U.S. Manufacturing Plant, Consolidated Jobs in Mexico

Tom Foley Closed U.S. Manufacturing Plant, Consolidated Jobs in Mexico

Tom Foley, when he owned T.B. Wood’s Sons, closed several plants and consolidated operations, mainly to an updated plant in Mexico.

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Arts & Entertainment

WFSB’s Kara Sundlun Was 'Love Child' of a Governor, New Book Recounts

WFSB’s Kara Sundlun Was 'Love Child' of a Governor, New Book Recounts

Kara Sundlun, the Emmy-winning co-host of "Better Connecticut" on WFSB, has written a book entitled "Finding Dad: From Love Child to Daughter."

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Milford Ghost Walk Turns Scary When the Warrens, Devil Mentioned

Milford Ghost Walk Turns Scary When the Warrens, Devil Mentioned

Cynthia Wolfe Boynton intended her Spirits of Milford Ghost Walk to be entertaining and historical, but on the first time out Saturday, something chilling happened in front of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on River Street when Boynton talked about paranormal investigators Lorraine and the late Ed Warren.

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Style & Shopping

Vintage and Handmade Style at The Haven Collective in New Haven

Vintage and Handmade Style at The Haven Collective in New Haven

The Haven Collective pairs the vintage style of Vintanthromodern Vintage and American-made products of (23rd/1st) with a rotating array of pop-up retailers in new shop to open Friday, October 24.

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Fireplaces and Stoves: What You Need to Know About Adding One to Your Home

Fireplaces and Stoves: What You Need to Know About Adding One to Your Home

If you’re looking to add a fireplace or upgrade the one you have, start with this expert advice.

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Health & Wellness

Coping With Stress: Advice on How to Recognize and Deal With It

Coping With Stress: Advice on How to Recognize and Deal With It

The upcoming holiday season can be the most stressful time of year. Here's some advice for how to cope.

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16-Week Premature Twins Faced Seemingly Insurmountable Odds to Live

16-Week Premature Twins Faced Seemingly Insurmountable Odds to Live

Born 16(!) weeks early, Graig and Zoe Uzarski have faced serious medical challenges to just survive.

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History

The Way We Went Potty: Wethersfield Museum Restores Historic Outhouses

The Way We Went Potty: Wethersfield Museum Restores Historic Outhouses

Rare 18th-century bathrooms at Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum that offer a unique glimpse of the past are in the process of being restored.

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Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame Celebrates Innovative Women This Year

Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame Celebrates Innovative Women This Year

The 21st Annual Induction Ceremony & Celebration for the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame will celebrate women who have pushed boundaries in the areas of design and innovation. The ceremony will take place on October 29 in Hartford.

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Education

Filmmaking Master’s Program a New ‘Star’ at Sacred Heart University

Filmmaking Master’s Program a New ‘Star’ at Sacred Heart University

Sacred Heart University's Film and Television Master's Program (FTMA) emphasizes the art of storytelling through a conservatory-like year-long program.

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Documentary Ban Fuels Critics of Yale's University of Singapore Affiliation

Documentary Ban Fuels Critics of Yale's University of Singapore Affiliation

The controversy over Yale University’s joint college with the National University of Singapore, in which critics charge that Yale should not be in cooperation with the city-state’s authoritarian regime, was recently reignited over a documentary banned by the government.

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Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn

Oct 23, 2014 - Dec 4, 2014

This event occurs weekly on Thursday.

Happy holidays! Check into the tuneful world-premiere musical about a Connecticut farmhouse transformed into a jubilant nightspot — but only on holidays. From Valentine's Day to the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving to Christmas, expect a cornucopia of hit songs by Irving Berlin in a dance-dizzy romance based on the classic film that first starred Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Raise a glass of...

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Stamford Museum & Nature Center Facility Use

Oct 23, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014

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

September 1 – December 31, After 5pm For a truly unique and memorable venue, host your event or meeting on the picturesque 118-acre former estate of Henri Bendel. With a working farm, handicapped accessible woodland trails, observatory, interactive art gallery and planetarium, the Stamford Museum & Nature Center is the ideal spot for your next company outing, off-site...

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Dora's Hope 2nd Annual "Celebrate Families" Gala

Oct 23, 2014

Celebrate Families of the Greatest Generation - Forties Style with Honorary Chairman Tony Orlando. Family style dinner, entertainment and special guests are featured while saluting area...

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Show Us Your Heart

Oct 23, 2014

The Connecticut-based organization Lily’s Kids Inc., A Non-Profit Organization for Children, is pleased to announce that it will hold its first annual Show Us Your Heart fundraising event, an elegant evening that will include a wine tasting, light cuisine, and an auction that will be emceed by WFSB reporter Susan Raff. The event will take place on Thursday, October 23 from 5:30 to...

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One Plus One Exhibition Opening Reception

Oct 23, 2014

One Plus One Exhibition Opening Reception October 23 5:30-7:30pm   Faculty members from the Shintaro Akatsu School of Design and Housatonic Community College and will show their work at One Plus One, a collaborative exhibition that runs October 23 through January 25, 2015, at the Shelfhaudt Gallery on the University of Bridgeport campus.  An opening reception, which is free...

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A Terrifying Glimpse of CT History Not in Textbooks: Anne Farrow Connects Slave Trade to State Aristocracy

Oct 23, 2014

Connecticut author Anne Farrow will tell a tale of two journeys at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum. The first began in 1757, as a ship owned by an affluent Connecticut merchant sailed to Sierra Leone, West Africa, to take on fresh water and slaves. On board was the owner’s son, learning the trade. In 2004, when Farrow began investigating the logbooks of that voyage, she thought she was...

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Sustainable Food - What is it?

Oct 23, 2014

Wondering how to have the best organic, local food for you and your family? Come for a Q&A on Sustainable Food with Claire Criscuolo of Claire's Corner Copia in New Haven, Mark Rutowski of Urban Oaks Organic Farm, Eileen Hochberg of CT Northeast Organic Farming Association & John Tuerenne Founder of Sustainable Food Systems.  Ticket includes light refreshment and there will be...

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WCSU Department of Theatre Arts will present "Twelfth Night"

Oct 23, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014

This event occurs weekly on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The WCSU Department of Theatre Arts will present "Twelfth Night" in the Studio Theatre in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on the university's Westside campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension in Danbury. Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" is the original take on sexual identity and the vagaries of love. It combines mistaken identity with the plights of a cross-dressing...

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Chamber Music Concerts

Oct 23, 2014 - Oct 23, 2014

The Hartt School Chamber Music ensembles perform a wide variety of repertoire featuring unique and diverse programs.

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Earthplace Environmental Debate

Oct 23, 2014

Meet and hear from the candidates for State Representative as they debate local and state environmental issues.  Incumbent  Jonathan Steinberg (D) and his opponent Brandi Briggs (R) and incumbent Gail Lavielle (R) and her opponent Keith Rodgerson (D) will answer questions on a variety of timely environmental topics submitted by the Earthplace Board and staff, Westport Green Task...

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