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  • Windsor Art Center discussion offers advice on collecting art

    Some people have an appreciation for art that spans a lifetime. One exceptional Windsor resident, Margaret Penn, an avid art collector who has amassed an extensive collection of Haitian and African-American art, is one such person. Having traveled back...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Windsor Art Center Hosts Panel Conversation On Collecting Art

    Whether you're a longtime or an aspiring collector of fine artwork, you'll find The Windsor Art Center's panel discussion about collecting art is a must-do on Saturday, Aug. 16, at 1 p.m. at the Windsor Art Center, 40 Mechanic St., Windsor. The current...
  • Windsor Art Center conversation on collecting art

    WINDSOR - The Windsor Art Center, 40 Mechanic St., will host a panel discussion about collecting art on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. The current exhibition, Living with Art: Selected Works from the Margaret Penn Collection of Haitian and African American...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Rotary Awards Rotaract President Brennden Colbert

    Brennden Colbert was recognized for his outstanding year as the first President of Rotaract at Capital Communnity College (CCC), bringing in ten new members. Brennden's amazing leadership resulted in his club supporting many Rotary efforts this past...
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  • Busway Starting To Take Form; Planned Opening 10 Months Away

    Busway Starting To Take Form; Planned Opening 10 Months Away
    The $567 million public transit project that many figured would never happen is just months from completion, and designers are confident they'll stay on schedule. The major new bridges over Route 9 and at East and Allen streets in New Britain are in...
  • From Latin American To Polish Varieties, Blood Sausage Plentiful In Connecticut

    From Latin American To Polish Varieties, Blood Sausage Plentiful In  Connecticut
    Outside of Criollisimo Restaurant on Arch Street in New Britain, on a sandwich board advertising the specials of the day, the magic word, "Morcilla," could be seen down the sidewalk. Inside, waiting at the counter was Diane Alverio, publisher of the...
  • Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto

    Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto
    The school board Tuesday night rejected Superintendent Christina Kishimoto's request for a two-year contract extension that would have kept her in charge of Hartford's education reform efforts through mid-2016. Mayor Pedro Segarra said that he was "very...
  • UConn Will Bring New Life To Times Building, Downtown

    UConn Will Bring New Life To Times Building, Downtown
    It is hard to argue with UConn's choice of the former Hartford Times building on Prospect Street as the site of its downtown Hartford campus. The location means about 2,200 students and 300 faculty members will be in the center of downtown, close to...
  • Puerto Ricans Debate Whether to Become the 51st State

    Puerto Ricans Debate Whether to Become the 51st State
    The news from Puerto Rico after last November's elections could not have been more clear: "Puerto Rico Approves Statehood," crowed the Washington Post. "Puerto Ricans favor statehood for the first time," read the headline on CNN.com. So nothing seemed...
  • Educators Prepare For Mandated Change at Community Colleges

    Educators Prepare For Mandated Change at Community Colleges
    Students will rise to the level of expectation. This line from Stand and Deliver, many a teacher's favorite movie, could very well describe the philosophy behind Public Act 12-40, the higher education reform law signed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy earlier...
  • UConn Greater Hartford Branch Leaving West Hartford For Location In Downtown Hartford

     Facing an estimated $25 million in renovations to its Greater Hartford branch in West Hartford, UConn plans to move the campus to downtown Hartford within a year, bringing along 2,100 students and 60 faculty members.     UConn President Susan Herbst...