A former advertising professional, Silvia Baldini took on -- and conquered -- the culinary industry. Now she’s helping Connecticut women achieve their own career transitions and ambitions.
An author for the New Yorker describes how local hero teachers are getting teens hooked on books
The Connecticut-based National Shooting Sports Foundation is spending almost as much as the NRA. Why have so few heard of it?
Walt Disney the man, his company and his iconic mouse all have more links to Connecticut than you might guess.
Dramatic Discovery of Two Whaleships Lost in Arctic for 144 Years Sheds Light on CT’s Whaling History
In 1871, 33 whaling ships, including two from Connecticut and a third with a Connecticut captain and owner, were trapped and crushed by pack ice off Alaska’s Arctic coast. They were thought lost, until now.
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