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  • UConn Prospers As Universities, Colleges Sag

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has offered his full support to an ambitious plan presented by University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst for a $2.1 billion investment, which will expand programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, result...
  • Composer Hilary Tann Headlines the 13th Annual Women Composers Festival of Hartford

    Composer Hilary Tann Headlines the 13th Annual Women Composers Festival of Hartford
    Women Composers Festival of Hartford March 2-9, various locations around the Hartford area, womencomposersfestival.com   Over the last 12 years, the week-long Women Composers Festival of Hartford has grown into one of the Northeast's top...
  • Washington, D.C. -- not New York -- is 'most literate' city in U.S.

     
    Literate cities: Washington, D.C., once again takes top honors in a ranking of the nation's "most literate" cities. Sorry, New York....
  • America's most literate cities and more book news

     
    Number 59. Hmph....
  • Congrats to Jalen Cannon on another accolade

     
    Last year's Morning Call co-player of the year, Jalen Cannon, definitely made his mark in his first season at St. Francis of Brooklyn. According to a release that was sent to me, the freshman from Allen High School has been named to the Northeast...
  • Albano Ballet Summer Dance at CCSU in New Britain

    Albano Ballet Summer Dance at CCSU in New Britain
    Originally choreographed 27 years ago, Why Not A Ballet On Love? rocks hit songs from the ‘80s as dancers dressed in Madonna-esque garb move around like street performers who happen to be versed in contemporary ballet. There's also a Hartford...
  • Writers and Readers: Ravi Shankar at Real Art Ways in Hartford

    Writers and Readers: Ravi Shankar at Real Art Ways in Hartford
    Prize-winning poet and CCSU professor Ravi Shankar (pictured) shares passages and insights at Real Art Ways on Thursday when he talks about Deepening Groove, his latest collection of poems. He's joined by three notable authors — Joel Allegretti,...
  • FOX CT Storm Closings

    SCHOOLS Bloomfield Closed Regional District 14 Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:39am Windsor Locks Public Schools Del Opening 1 1/2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:22am Wooster Del Opening 2 Hours 09/08/2011 06:36am
  • People Without Electricity At Home Turn To Workplace

    Gaye Tuchman has been out of power and water at her home in Storrs since early Sunday morning, even before Connecticut was hit with the full wrath of Tropical Storm Irene. The following day, Tuchman, a professor of sociology at the University of...
  • CCSU Commemorates Civil War Sesquicentennal

    CCSU Commemorates Civil War Sesquicentennal
    — Cpl. Robert Brodie's sword, on display Saturday at Central Connecticut State University, is forever jammed in its scabbard by a bullet that probably would have killed him. The Connecticut cavalry trooper's close call is among thousands of stories...
  • Civil War: Connecticut Answers Call To Action

    On April 15, 1861, just days after the first shots of the Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter, President Abraham Lincoln issued a call for 75,000 volunteers. Connecticut was required to supply one regiment. Men from all over the state responded in droves...
  • Study In Contrasts: Connecticut And Civil War

    The shell from the Confederate mortar, its red fuse glowing “like the wings of a firefly,’’ according to one observer, hung briefly before beginning its descent and exploding directly over Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor. That first...