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There are two guaranteed ways to diminish marital bliss in a certain family. The first is to say something rotten about my wife's beloved Democratic Party, which is tied for first place, with the Republican Party, when it comes to the most worthless...
World NowAs West African leaders seek a green light to send forces into northern Mali, the U.N. child protection agency said at least 175 boys had been recruited as child soldiers in the region, prodded into fighting in the chaotic aftermath of a Tuareg rebellion....
World NowFormer Liberian President Charles Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes: Former Liberian President Charles Taylor, 64, will likely spend the rest of his life in jail after a U.N.-backed court sentenced him to 50 years in jail for aiding and abetting war...
Residents and vendors from the many corners and cultures of Baltimore descended on the campus of Polytechnic Institute/Western High this weekend for the annual Baltimore International Festival. "I just believe that people need to meet other people," said...
Marley May 26 – 31, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org In Denis Johnson's 1985 post-apocalyptic novel Fiskadoro, the world has experienced a catastrophic nuclear event, and pockets of civilization fashion a...
Tags: Music, Peter Tosh, John Lennon, Skin Cancer, Movies
Motown was in the spotlight on last night's show, with "thrilling comebacks" and "disappointing setbacks." Tom says "Our stars know there's 'nowhere to hide.'" We start with a Motown Medley from Harold Wheeler, the DWTS singers and the pro troupe. The...
World NowA West African bloc is sending hundreds of troops to the tiny nation of Guinea-Bissau, part of a regional attempt to restore order after the latest military coup in its tumultuous history....
World NowChina has grown more popular than the United States, according to a recently released poll that quizzed more than 24,000 people about whether countries and the European Union affected the world for good or for ill....
Several years ago, Trinity College music professor Eric Galm was looking for ways to bridge his scholarly interests in Brazilian music and his students’ research with Hartford musical happenings. “It really started with a student samba...
Hartford CourantRoseanne Cash, Dianne Reeves, and Asphalt Orceshtra will be among the headliners in a series of free concerts on New Haven Green as part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas which runs June 16 to 30.Kicking off the free concerts on the Green on...
Bold, Raw & Uncensored: Ghanaian Movie Posters Through March 16, Widener Gallery, Trinity College, 300 Summit St., Hartford, (860) 297-5232, trincoll.edu Corpse-like zombies. Severed heads. Frightening hybrid man-beast monstrosities. Hovering angels...
Tags: Human Body, Music, Arts and Culture, Chuck Norris, Health
World Day of Prayer service will be Friday at Faith United Methodist Church, 503 S. Jay St. Rebecca Reierson, a missionary who served near Malaysia, will speak. She and her family were educational missionaries in Cote d' Ivoire, West Africa, and...
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