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Fight in the Museum: 12 questions with artist Sean Carney | Six09

Sean Carney is a prolific painter. He paints what he knows, the cities he lives in, the shore and the places he has visited. His paintings are honest, familiar and accessible. He uses a wood staining method that he himself perfected. It uses bright colors and changes the perspective a …

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Cultural event celebrates West Haven’s black heritage

Written by Michael P. Walsh WEST HAVEN, CT — The city honored the inspiring legacy of African Americans and the pioneering contributions they made to shaping America’s promise and greatness at the 26th annual Black Heritage Celebration on Wednesday. During the City Hall cultural event in honor of Black History …

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Fall River student honored with Hispanic Heritage Youth Award – Fall River Reporter

On Thursday, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation announced the winners of the Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards for the Red Region, which includes Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. 30 local high school students will be honored for their classroom and community leadership in a virtual ceremony …

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Ridgway Heritage Council Receives Bequest from Estate of Dolores Dean | News

RIDGWAY – “A life well lived” was the overriding sentiment represented by all who gathered on Saturday for the presentation of a generous bequest to the Ridgway Heritage Council of the Dolores Dean Estate, a longtime community and council member. Born in Ridgway in 1930, Dean graduated from Ridgway High …

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Heritage Hills Senior asks his girlfriend to do a prom on the radio

Derek Fortune has no problem being in front of a crowd. The Heritage Hills eldest is set to star as “Billy” in his high school musical theater production of the Cole Porter classic, everything is fine. He certainly doesn’t shy away from attention and has no problem commanding it. Which …

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The Day – Black Heritage Trail Reveals Little-Known Stories of Black Resilience

New London — Years of research by a dedicated group provides insight into the life and resilience of Black people in New London over three centuries. The Black Heritage Trail was unveiled in October 2021 and offers a self-guided tour of 15 different historic sites around the city, all marked …

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Meet the girl who visits all the museums in New York

@janeaugust explores New York. @janeaugust Joan, better known as @janeaugust on TikTok, always knew she wanted to live in New York. Born in Connecticut to two New Yorkers, her family soon moved to Arizona but were determined to return to the East Coast as soon as they could. After high …

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THEATER AND SHOWS: The New England Air Museum will stage an original play this weekend | Free time

The New England Air Museum is offering live theater in its hangars for the first time on Saturday and Sunday, February 12 and 13, with “The Mystery of Clara Cloud,” an original play by local playwright Betsy Maguire. The fictional story centers on Clara Cloud, an early Connecticut airmail pilot …

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Military museum and library curator wants to preserve veterans’ stories

As curator of Chicago’s Military Museum and Pritzker Library, James Brundage of Crystal Lake often hears the regrets of visitors who had veterans in their family. They wished their late grandparents, parents or other loved ones who served in the military had shared more of their stories while they still …

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Guilford’s Dudley Farm Museum to expand its Quinnipiac exhibit

Two men dedicated to preserving and honoring the culture of the Quinnipiac people – one an eccentric artifact collector based in Stony Creek and the other a teacher at Guilford School – let us learn more about these Native Americans and seeing these historical artifacts. As a result of their …

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“Strong and visionary women” honored at New Canaan museum after three postponements

NEW CANAAN – As visitors stroll through Waveny Park, they are greeted by iconic cherubs perched atop the park’s lotus fountain. The bronze cherubs were created by renowned sculptor Abastenia St. Leger Eberle, whose work is now on display at the New Canaan Museum and Historical Society as part of …

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NASA chooses CT Museum for STEM education grant – NBC Connecticut

Earlier this month, NASA released its list of organizations that will receive funding for STEM education, one of which is in Connecticut. The Mystic Seaport Museum and Planetarium is one of only two New England Fellows to receive a grant to promote student participation in STEM fields. Twenty-one museums, libraries, …

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Watuppa Rowing Center Regatta Sparks Tourism on the Fall River’s Waterfront

Rowing: women’s coxless four makes a comeback at the Tokyo Olympics In a move towards gender equality at the Olympic Games, the women’s coxless rowing four will return to Tokyo after several decades. Brian Munoz, USA TODAY FALL RIVER – Waterfront development at Fall River is in full swing now, …

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Teen Runner Leaves a Lasting Impact at Heritage High School | Tennessee News

By AMY BETH MILLER, The Daily Times MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Jonathan Andrew Curling was born in Utah and lived in 13 locations over the next 16 years. Although he only attended Heritage High School in the second semester of his second year, the teenager who died in an accident …

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Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau meeting to discuss tourism – WWLP

Police seek video and information of shooting near Aurora Central High School New / 5 hours ago Video Man arrested for cocaine trafficking after search warrant on Putnam Circle in Springfield Video / 5 hours ago Video UMass Amherst Welcomes Pleadings At Massachusetts Court Of Appeals Video / 5 hours …

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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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The Bristol Press – United Way of West Central Connecticut partners with Bristol Public Schools for summer vocational training program

BRISTOL – United Way of West Central Connecticut has partnered with Bristol Public Schools to offer students summer vocational training programs. These programs provide work experience and prepare students for jobs outside of school. Bristol police officers were at Bristol Eastern High School on Friday morning teaching students in the …

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2018 Millville Graduate Rian Eigenmann Hits 0.421 for Central Connecticut State: Laptop | University

Wide receiver / outfielder Rian Eigenmann hit 0.421 (8 for 19) for the Central Connecticut State University softball team in six games this spring. Eigenmann is a 2018 Millville High School graduate who set the Thunderbolts record for career hits (154). Wide receiver / outfielder Rian Eigenmann hit .421 (8 …

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