Monthly Archives: October 2021

The Bristol Press – Connecticut center overtakes Merrimack to land five-game skid

@TheTylerHetu Central Connecticut State football ended a five-game losing streak on Saturday afternoon, beating Merrimack on the road 49-21. The first score of the game came on a running 5-yard score from Romelo Williams, capping a short 35-yard drive at 11:15 in the first quarter. From there, the Blue Devils …

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The Bristol Press – Central Connecticut enters the game with Merrimack desperate for a win

NEW BRITAIN — Central Connecticut State is in the midst of a five-game losing streak, and with conference play still on, the Blue Devils desperately need a win to salvage the season and potentially find themselves to a game under .500 by the end of the season. This week, it …

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Old Campus Ghost Museum – Yale Daily News

Sophie Henri Old Campus is heavy with the weight of Yale centuries. Since the university first claimed New Haven soil, buildings have occupied that space – but Yale is constantly modernizing, forever surpassing itself, shedding buildings with each generation as it reinvents itself, buying new buildings with the enthusiasm of …

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As tourism evolves and markets evolve, Santorini winegrowers see silver linings

“Santorini’s vineyards are perhaps among the oldest continuously cultivated in the world,” writes Karen MacNeil in The Wine Bible. However, until the 18th century, most of this wine was produced entirely for home consumption. Today, the wine culture and industry on the volcanic island continues to evolve, and some producers …

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Americans celebrate October as Hindu Heritage Month

Washington: The first-ever initiative by Hindu groups in the country was hailed by elected officials who issued proclamations and notifications to recognize the contributions of this minority community to the United States. Hindus around the world celebrate Navratri, Dussehra, Durga Puja, and Diwali around October. Therefore, this month has been …

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Americans observe October as Hindu Heritage Month

Americans across the country observe October as Hindu Heritage Month, with more than 20 of 50 states and more than 40 cities issuing proclamations on it, community leaders said Monday. The first-ever initiative by Hindu groups in the country was hailed by elected officials who issued proclamations and notifications to …

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Fairfield Museum Receives Prestigious NEH Grant

Fairfield Museum and History Center press release: 22 October 2021 The Fairfield Museum received a very competitive grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP). One of 115 SHARP grants nationwide, the grant will support the efforts of the Fairfield Museum …

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Greek heritage lawmakers take a stand against Turkey

Rhode Island State Senator Leonidas (Lou) Raptakis chairs the Hellenic World Inter-Parliamentary Association in support of Greece. Credit: Image courtesy of the Hellenic World Inter-Parliamentary Association With more than 200 politicians in 20 countries, Greek-born lawmakers are taking a stand against Turkey to support Hellas in its efforts from abroad. …

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Community resilience celebrated during Latinx Heritage Month – Orange County Register

As I write this on the last day of Latinx Heritage Month, I can’t help but reflect on the many events we’ve celebrated at Cal State Fullerton over the past 30 days – from our Latinx Men of Color panel to our Titan Table Talk: Resilience in Latinx Communities. Each …

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Western Gateway Heritage State Park Museum to Reopen After Bug Problem Solves | Northern Berkshires

NORTH ADAMS – The visitor’s museum at Western Gateway Heritage State Park reopens Thursday after closing for weeks due to insect problems and a leaky roof. The museum, focused on the Hoosac Tunnel, is operated by the State Department of Conversation and Recreation. The city owns the property. People working …

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William Shatner pushes back Prince William’s stance on space tourism – Boston 25 News

William Shatner is now truly a rocket man, and his experience breaking through the barrier of space brings him into a battle of wills with Prince William. >> Read more trending news William Shatner boldly went where few had gone on Wednesday when he boarded Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin New …

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Globeville’s Comal Heritage food incubator jumps (and hires) after New York Times recognition

After being named in the New York Times 2021 restaurant list, the future of the place looks bright. Kevin J. Beaty / Denverite Things were lively during a Wednesday lunch rush at RiNo’s Taxi Campus’ Comal Heritage Food Incubator, as young professionals crowded into the restaurant’s small, modern dining room. …

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Stony Brook Athletics Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

History links To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, student-athletes from Stony Brook University shared testimonials about the most influential people in their lives and the importance of their Hispanic culture. Antonio Aguilar – Men’s Athletics “My mother will always be my biggest supporter. She taught me the morals and values ​​that …

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Federal grant announced to develop Vermont Indigenous Heritage Center – NECN

A federal grant will expand and improve a Vermont center that celebrates the culture of the area’s original inhabitants and provides educational opportunities about Native American heritage. “I can’t wait to bring our grandchildren,” said Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, chairman of the US Senate Appropriations Committee. Leahy provided $ 250,000 …

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Newport’s James Leach among 9 to be inducted into RI Heritage Hall of Fame

The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame Board of Directors today announced the selection of James Leach of Newport and eight other prominent Rhode Islanders to become Fellows of the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. According to Board Chairman and 1995 inductee Dr. Patrick T. Conley – the Hall …

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Nine to be inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame | Where is

The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame recently announced nine inductees for 2021. The Hall of Fame is made up of illustrious Rhode Islanders, Roger Williams and leading sachems from the Narragansett and Wampanoag tribes to those of today. The Hall was established in 1965 to honor “every person who …

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Hispanic and Latin American Heritage: President Ángel Cabrera on Representation, Mentorship, Leadership

In this National Hispanic Heritage Month, President Ángel Cabrera looks back on his time as a student at Georgia Tech College of Science – and talks about recruiting and supporting more Hispanic students and faculty and Latin Americans in STEM. President of Georgia Tech ngel Cabrera is not only the …

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated with a series of contemporary cinema

Wesleyan celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with the annual Contemporary Cinema of Hispanic Wold film series. On October 21, the series will feature the Spanish film Rosa’s wedding, directed by Iciar Bollaín, 2020. Rosa, about to turn 45, realizes that she has always lived for others, so she decides to leave …

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Heritage Capital sells 2.5 M s / f industrial portfolio

Cushman & Wakefield arranged the sale of the Interstate industrial portfolio, which consists of 15 buildings covering 2.57 million square feet in Harrisburg, PA; Columbus, Ohio; Albany, New York; Syracuse, New York; and Rochester, NY. David Bernhaut, Kyle Schmidt, Ryan Larkin and Seth Zuidema of Cushman & Wakefield represented the …

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Cancun airport in Mexico passes pre-pandemic tourism brand – NBC New York

Mexico hit some kind of milestone in September when the airport at the country’s largest resort, Cancun, surpassed pre-pandemic passenger levels. The Airports of the Southeast group, which operates the terminal at the Caribbean coast resort, said on Wednesday it welcomed 1.66 million passengers to Cancun in September, 4.4% more …

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Hispanic heritage gets a meme treatment: ‘Mordida, Mordida’

“His neck was starting to hurt from being in that position for a while,” he said. Not all of the memes were created for Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15. The radio caller who mistook “Rhythm of the Night” for Reeboks or Nikes has already …

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A Bridgeport man from Colombia uses his roots in agriculture to bring nature to the community

October 05, 2021, 02:35Updated on October 05, 2021 Through: News 12 Staff A Bridgeport man uses his farming roots to share his love of nature with the community. Diego Celis, originally from Colombia, has been in Bridgeport for 20 years. He says his Seaside Village neighborhood was like a gateway …

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Jonathan Bolanos, Finding a Home in Richmond

Bolanos cherishes its culture and its family away from home through the food, whether it is prepared on its own or found at a nearby restaurant. However, in Richmond, Virginia, nearly 1,000 miles north of his hometown, Colombian spices and foods aren’t as easy to find. “It’s not as common …

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Showcasing Hispanic businesses in Willimantic

WILLIMANTIC, Connecticut (WTNH) – There are still ten days left in Hispanic Heritage Month and there are many ways to celebrate. On Tuesday, state officials highlighted the contributions of Hispanic businesses to Willimantic. Last year, nearly three percent of businesses in Connecticut were owned by Latinos. State officials say they …

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Darien Heritage Day on October 23 will include historical re-enactments and demonstrations of colonial skills

A re-enactment of the 1781 raid on Middlesex Meetinghouse, an 18th century battle skirmish, children’s musket drills, colonial cooking and artisan demonstrations will be part of Darien Heritage Day, a family event in one day on Saturday 23 October. — an announcement from the Darien 200 Bicentennial Committee The event …

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Platt High School in Meriden Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

MERIDEN – Walking into a school building at 7 a.m. might not be the most fun thing for some students, but at Platt High School, when students walk into the hall, they’re greeted by a DJ playing music. upbeat Spanish music and a colorful mural showcasing Hispanic culture. . There …

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