Monthly Archives: May 2022

Historic Deerfield Holding First Sheep on the Street Heritage Breed Sheep Weekend to Highlight How Sheep Shaped New England Crafts and Culture | The scene

Heritage Breed Sheep Weekend to highlight how sheep have shaped New England trades and culture DEERFIELD, Mass. – Historic Deerfield is hosting its first annual Sheep on the Street event this weekend from Friday, May 13 through Sunday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. This Heritage …

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CCSU Softball Field – Central Connecticut State Blue Devils

USCC softball field The CCSU softball field opened in 2010 when the school renovated the Blue Devils baseball and softball fields. The pitch features state-of-the-art turf as well as separate enclosures for both teams. Batting cages are located on the straight of the field, with spectator seating located in several …

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The Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury organizes events and activities

WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum, 144 West Main St., announces its calendar of activities and events for the month of June. For more information and to register, visit mattmuseum.org or call 203-753-0381 x130. Visitors who prefer contactless payment can call and reserve their ticket in advance. Based on the recent …

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Turning tourism and travelogues into murder mysteries

By WAYNE D. KING, NH Secrets, Legends and Lore In 42 years, Mark Okrant has gone from academic to guru of tourist research to author of detective novels. Mark Okrant has spent the past 42 years in New Hampshire teaching tourism management and establishing and then maintaining the role of …

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Jamaican Minister of Tourism, Ed Bartlett, inducted into the Global Travel Hall of Fame – English version

The Honorable Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, has become the first Caribbean tourism leader to be inducted into the prestigious Global Travel Hall of Fame. It was presented with honor by The Travel Corporation, CEO, Brett Tollman at the Chesterfield Hotel in London. Minister Bartlett is the first Caribbean …

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‘a great legacy to live on’

GREENWICH — About 90 years ago, the Greenwich Historical Society began. In honor of its anniversary, townspeople are invited to learn more about Greenwich, from its first settlers to its distinct neighborhoods. Speaking at the first public gathering of members of the new non-profit organization at the Old Greenwich Library …

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Analysts expect Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:HRTG) to report EPS of $0.15

Wall Street analysts expect Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRTG – Get Rating) to report earnings of $0.15 per share for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks reports. Two analysts released earnings estimates for Heritage Insurance. The highest EPS estimate is $0.20 and the lowest is $0.09. Heritage Insurance reported earnings …

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Heritage Insurance (NYSE:HRTG) Reports Quarterly Earnings and Beats Expectations of $1.28 per EPS

Heritage Insurance Inc (NYSE:HRTG – Get Rating) released its quarterly results on Thursday. The insurance provider reported ($1.15) earnings per share for the quarter, missing the consensus estimate of $0.13 per ($1.28), MarketWatch Earnings reports. Heritage Insurance posted a negative return on equity of 3.56% and a negative net margin …

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Historic Dutch Colonial finds a buyer in no time

Built in the early 1700s by a man named Hezekiah Portera historic Dutch Colonial in Connecticut is now on the market for $389,000. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and known as the Charles H. Curtis House, the residence of Southbury has had a number of notable occupants …

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Could New Jersey see an increase in cannabis tourism? Industry leaders say it has the potential to be a billion dollar industry

May 07, 2022, 02:29Updated 6 hours ago By: News 12 Staff With recreational marijuana now legal in the state, could New Jersey see an increase in cannabis-related tourism? While the Garden State may not see activities like cannabis yoga classes anytime soon, it could see consumer lounges. Cannabis insiders say …

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Cannabis tourism: 5 things you need to know before planning a trip

eldadcarin/Getty Images/iStockphoto Every time an industry starts making a lot of money, you can bet it will spawn other mini-industries. Such is the case with legal cannabis, which has now grown enough to spawn its own cannabis tourism industry. Discover: How to become rich with a normal jobMore: 6 Bad …

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The Bruce Museum features journalist Bob Ward speaking about the 1990 Gardner Museum robbery

GREENWICH, Conn. – On the night of March 18, 1990, two men in police uniforms arrived at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Over the next 81 minutes, they kidnapped and then fled with 13 priceless pieces of art. More than 30 years later, the question arises again: are …

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Washington Museum featuring a program on the ecology of Lake Waramaug

WASHINGTON — The Gunn Historical Museum will present a guest lecture “How the Lake Waramaug Task Force Brought the Lake Back from the Shore” with Sean Hayden, executive director of the Lake Waramaug Task Force, at 6:30 p.m. May 16 on Zoom. From the Gunn Historical Museum: Historically, Lake Waramaug …

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Heritage Insurance (NYSE:HRTG) downgraded by TheStreet

Wealth Insurance (NYSE: HRTG – Get an Appraisal) was downgraded by equity researchers at TheStreet from a “c-” rating to a “d+” rating in a report released on Tuesday, reports TheStreetRatingsTable. HRTG has been the subject of a number of other reports. StockNews.com downgraded Heritage Insurance from a “buy” rating …

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Met Gala brings in record $17.4 million, museum says

Kacey Musgraves attends the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the exhibit ‘In America: An Anthology of Fashion’ on Monday, May 2, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)Evan Agostini/Evan Agostini/Invision/AP NEW YORK (AP) — All that “golden glamour” has brought real …

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Horse-drawn carriages, steam trains and monorail: the Transit Museum explores the Bronx’s rich transit history in the Grand Central Gallery exhibit

A small new exhibit at the New York Transit Museum’s gallery in Grand Central Terminal explores the history of the Bronx and how the borough has been shaped by waves of transit development. “Building The Bronx” charts three and a half centuries of transportation in the borough, from horse-drawn carriages …

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Woman credited with proposing to designate Asian heritage month as part of organization with Hudson Valley ties

May 02, 2022, 9:45 p.m.Updated 7 hours ago By: Jonathan Gordon The woman credited with first proposing the idea of ​​designating Asian Heritage Month in America was part of an organization that has a still-operating chapter in the Hudson Valley. Jeanie Jew was on staff for upstate Rep. Frank Horton …

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On Dartmouth’s Christian Heritage – The Dartmouth Review

Dartmouth’s only religious building, now closed for two years due to ‘ventilation’ issues. Photo courtesy of Daderot via Wikimedia Commons. Reflecting on the Easter season, I thought it appropriate to spend some time discussing the College’s Christian heritage. Over Easter, I had the pleasure of participating in many celebrations of …

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The museum is the next chapter in the cottage story linked to the spy ring, George Washington

A Port Jefferson home linked to the spy ring that helped George Washington track British troop movements during the Revolutionary War will reopen next month as a full-time museum, officials have said. Drowned Meadow Cottage, the 18th century home of Culper spy ring member Phillips Roe, will open its doors …

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