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The Hartford CourantForget about the interstates or highways. You can't get here by traveling on Main Street or Second Street or North Street. The only way to get to this place is by taking a dirt road. Gulf Road through the Salmon River State Forest in East Hampton is...
FOX CTWant to get your kids off the couch, away from the video games for a few hours? Try Letterboxing, a Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection program designed to get families moving and learning about the environment. "It's definitely a...
Just as you can master a foreign language like Chinese, you can learn the language of interior design, says New York interior designer Alexa Hampton. "In fact, when you look at a room, you're reading it," she says. "It's a vocabulary that you can learn."...
Tags: Music, Human Interest, White House, Old Lyme, New Canaan
The Hartford CourantIt is kind of sad that there is no trail that really showcases New England's longest waterway — the Connecticut River — as it twists through our state. Sure, there are places like Hartford's Riverside Park or East Hartford's Great River Park,...
Tags: Haddam, Fishing, Tourism and Leisure, William Kidd, Middletown
Edwin Way Teale, a naturalist, writer and photgrapher once wrote, "Time and space — time to be alone, space to move about — these may well become the great scarcities of tomorrow." There are none of those scarcities at Trail Wood, the late...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe first in a yearlong series profiling California's living legends of midcentury design. AT 94, Otto Heino has no time for false modesty. "I am," he says, "the oldest, richest potter in the world." With an output of 10,000 pieces a year, Heino...
Tags: Ojai, World War II (1939-1945), Pomona, Arts, Arts and Culture
Times Staff WriterA few years ago, when a friend offered 15-year-old Evan Collins a compact disc of illegally downloaded music, Collins turned him down flat. "Me and my parents used to download music for free," said Collins, who lives in Bloomington, Minn. "But we decided...
Northeast MagazineOur state has a terrible secret, one we have concealed, even from ourselves, for hundreds of years. Connecticut was deeply involved in slavery. Through the 17th and 18th centuries, thousands of enslaved people lived here. They were nearly all of...
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The Hartford CourantEven by the standards of northeastern Connecticut, known as the quiet corner, Trail Wood is quiet. From Kenyon Road in Hampton, population 1,600, you turn left and follow a pair of tire tracks down a grassy lane overhung with trees. This is not a heavily...
Sun StaffApologizing to supporters for "a small personal matter" that "became an almost fatal circus event," Martha Stewart was sentenced yesterday to five months in prison and five months of home detention for the stock-trading cover-up that upended her life, her...
Tags: Westport, Judges, Trials, New York University, Danbury
The Hartford CourantChoosing an evergreen tree for one's home can be a cherished holiday ritual. Many of the state's Christmas tree farms have picturesque landscapes that make the experience all the more memorable. The Herzig Tree Farm in Durham, for example, has sweeping...
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