Yale Professor Writing Book on Discovering Roman Settlement in Egypt

07/11/14

Yale Professor Writing Book on Discovering Roman Settlement in Egypt

Colleen Manassa's love of Egypt led her to the banks of the Nile River. There she made a spectacular discovery.

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NW Connecticut History Center Is in Former Office of a Black Panthers Trial Attorney

07/08/14

NW Connecticut History Center Is in Former Office of a Black Panthers Trial Attorney

The Canaan History Center will open its doors for the first time to the public on July 13, providing an opportunity for researchers to delve into the history of the area.

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Ridgefield Mansion Where Houdini Practiced Escapes For Sale; Robert Vaughn Once Owned It

06/27/14

Ridgefield Mansion Where Houdini Practiced Escapes For Sale; Robert Vaughn Once Owned It

Calling Ridgefield’s Sunset Hall a castle might be stretching the definition a bit but with 19,452 square feet, a ballroom, 11 bedrooms, and historic links to the United Nations and Harry Houdini the latest edition to our Connecticut Castle series is certainly fit for a king.

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'Benedict Arnold' the Musical is Ready to Turn Heads

06/23/14

'Benedict Arnold' the Musical is Ready to Turn Heads

A new musical based on the life of the nation's most infamous traitor is taking the stage in his hometown of Norwich.

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Postcards from Connecticut's Past Released by Digital Public Library of America

06/18/14

Postcards from Connecticut's Past Released by Digital Public Library of America

Take a trip to summers gone by courtesy of a new image collection from the Digital Public Library of America.

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