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Connecticut Hacker and Member of Anonymous Pleads Guilty

Connecticut Hacker and Member of Anonymous Pleads Guilty

During 2010’s Operation Payback Anonymous members unleashed a digital arsenal on organizations that opposed Internet piracy and WikiLeaks. A UConn student took part in the operation.

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New Haven Man Releases White Doves to Help People Grieve, Heal

New Haven Man Releases White Doves to Help People Grieve, Heal

Michael Balcombe, 31, is the founder of Precious Wings of New Haven, a ceremonial white dove release service.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
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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Chef Annie Wayte's White Hart Revival in Salisbury; Pub Menu Now, Destination Status Coming

Chef Annie Wayte's White Hart Revival in Salisbury; Pub Menu Now, Destination Status Coming

With “active partner” Conley Rollins and several other investors, chef Annie Wayte did indeed give Salisbury its famous inn back.

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Connecticut Politics

by Jennifer Swift
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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Ted Kennedy Jr. Accused of Funneling Money Into State Senate Race Via Connecticut Democrats

Ted Kennedy Jr. Accused of Funneling Money Into State Senate Race Via Connecticut Democrats

State Senate candidate Bruce Wilson Jr. accused his opponent Ted Kennedy Jr. of funneling money into his campaign at Tuesday’s debate — an accusation Kennedy said is “without merit.”

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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

Initially Opposed, Guilford's 'Spaceship' Building an Iconic Landmark 30 Years Later

Initially Opposed, Guilford's 'Spaceship' Building an Iconic Landmark 30 Years Later

Architect Wilfred Armster did not have the image of a spaceship in mind when designing the iconic, copper-clad condominium complex in Guilford.

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Robert Couturier & 'Designing Paradises' Star at Privet House Event

Robert Couturier & 'Designing Paradises' Star at Privet House Event

Acclaimed interior designer Robert Couturier, who lives in rural northwest Connecticut, will be at one of the state's best shops for style and design this Saturday, Oct. 11, to sign copies of his new book, Designing Paradises.

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Health & Wellness

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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Yale-New Haven Hopsital Practices to Be Ready for a Case of Ebola

Yale-New Haven Hopsital Practices to Be Ready for a Case of Ebola

If a patient arriving at Yale-New Haven Hospital was suspected of having Ebola or another highly contagious disease, hospital staff immediately would put a stepped-up emergency plan into action.

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History

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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 William Gillette’s Long Lost Sherlock Holmes Film Rediscovered in Paris

William Gillette’s Long Lost Sherlock Holmes Film Rediscovered in Paris

The 1916 film starring William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes has long been viewed as one of the holy grails of lost silent films.

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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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Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible

Oct 21, 2014 - Nov 2, 2014

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

This exhibition showcases a singular work of art: a handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by the Benedictine monks of Saint John’s University and Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota, to mark the dawn of the new millennium. This Bible is monumental in both size and scope: each of its nearly 1,150 pages, comprised in seven volumes, measures approximately 24 x 16 inches, and the...

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Acupuncture Happy Hours

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014

This event occurs weekly on Tuesday.

10am-4pm on Tuesdays. Acupuncture Happy Hours $30 minute sessions for $30.Community acupuncture in a small group setting. Dr. Edward G. Miller, DC uses points below the knees and elbows so just remove your shoes and socks, roll up your pant legs and sleeves and balance your body, mind and spirit. New clients require a consultation with the doctor to review their medical history and...

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Join the Brave Throng: Poster Art of WWI Exhibit

Oct 21, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014

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

The new exhibit Join the Brave Throng: Poster Art of WWI at the Litchfield Historical Society will highlight a selection of WWI posters from the museum's collection. It will be on view through November 30, 2014. When the Great War broke out in Europe in 1914, the town of Litchfield was actively involved in war efforts from the start. Ranging from work of the local Red Cross chapter...

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“Call to Action—American Posters in World War I” Exhibition

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 7, 2014

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

Following the declaration of war in Europe in August 1914, each of the rival powers adopted extensive advertising campaigns to recruit soldiers, encourage women factory workers, and raise the money essential for this new “total” war. Dramatic posters soon covered train stations, city squares, and stores, exhorting passers-by to new levels of patriotism and self-sacrifice....

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“Call to Action—American Posters in World War I” Exhibition

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 7, 2014

Following the declaration of war in Europe in August 1914, each of the rival powers adopted extensive advertising campaigns to recruit soldiers, encourage women factory workers, and raise the money essential for this new “total” war. Dramatic posters soon covered train stations, city squares, and stores, exhorting passers-by to new levels of patriotism and self-sacrifice. After the...

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“Not of This World” Exhibition

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 5, 2014

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

A ghost woman who searches for her husband, an immortal trapped in a peasant’s body, and a wheel that spins prayers—East Asian cultures offer artwork woven through with supernatural and mystical elements. These encompass but a portion of the sensory, transcendental imagery in “Not of This World.” Not only aesthetically pleasing, these pieces reveal spiritual worlds...

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“A World of Dreams—New Landscape Paintings by Tula Telfair” Exhibition

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 7, 2014

The exhibition “A World of Dreams” includes new large-scale paintings in which Professor of Art Tula Telfair presents monumental landscapes and epic-scale vistas that are simultaneously awe-inspiring and intimate. She combines stillness with motion, solitude with universality, and definition with suggestion in her bold and quiet works. Ms. Telfair’s paintings are fully contemporary in...

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“Not of This World” Exhibition

Oct 21, 2014 - Dec 5, 2014

A ghost woman who searches for her husband, an immortal trapped in a peasant’s body, and a wheel that spins prayers—East Asian cultures offer artwork woven through with supernatural and mystical elements. These encompass but a portion of the sensory, transcendental imagery in “Not of This World.” Not only aesthetically pleasing, these pieces reveal spiritual worlds filled with love,...

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Fairfield Meditation Group

Oct 21, 2014 - Oct 20, 2015

This event occurs weekly on Tuesday.

This is a meditation group for the beginner or advanced meditator, who wants to take a break during their lunch hour and recharge and relax. Instruction will be given on mindfulness meditation, followed by silent meditation and time for questions at the end of the session. The meditation technique we'll be practicing is called "shamata" which translates as "peaceful...

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Schooner Cruises on the Connecticut River

Oct 21, 2014 - Oct 31, 2014

This event occurs daily, every weekday.

  Schooner Mary E River Cruises There’s no better way to experience the wonders and natural beauty of the Connecticut! Climb aboard the Schooner Mary E for an afternoon or sunset cruise beginning Memorial Day weekend through October. Enjoy views of River wildlife and landmarks while gliding through the cool, peaceful waters of the Connecticut. Help hoist a sail or...

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