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If you’re in need of some gardening inspiration or camaraderie with fellow gardeners, Connecticut College is the place to be Saturday. More than 300 people are expected to attend the Connecticut Master Gardener Association (CMGA) twenty-fourth annual symposium, which this year focuses on...
It’s one of my favorite harbingers of spring in southern Connecticut: the friendly, informative email from organizers of Common Good Gardens, alerting volunteers and followers of what needs to be done in next in their vegetable garden behind Grace Episcopal Church in Old...
Childhood isn’t always the carefree time it’s cracked up to be. Sometimes things happen that force kids to grow up quickly. On a warm, drowsy June day in 1848 one knock on a schoolhouse door propelled 9 year-old Daniel Burrows into adulthood.
If you ever see a small brown mouse climbing up a tree and then fly away, you might at first think you are hallucinating. Perhaps, you were half in your cups, tired from too much work, suffering from seasonal affect disorder or severe cabin fever? But that might not be the case. You may have just...
So much of medical education is based on the following dictum: "see one, do one, teach one." Drawing blood. Lancing an abscess. Suturing a laceration. Sticking a needle into the jugular vein. Like most doctors in training, I saw one,...
Once again, Connecticut River Museum in Essex and Connecticut River Expeditions’ RiverQuest have teamed up to provide weekly wildlife and eagle watch cruises on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through mid-March.