Anne Frank's story promotes diversity in Norwich

The exhibit 
Anne Frank - A Life to Remember: A Story of Perseverance, Hope and Love continues through Jan. 31, 2018, at the Otis Library in Norwich.   (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Through 30 text panels, the show seeks to, in addition to telling the life story of Anne Frank from her birth in 1929 to her death in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, highlight the consequences of widespread prejudice.



Sox weekend takes place Friday through Sunday at Foxwoods

The 4th annual Red Sox Winter Weekend, already sold out, takes place Friday through Sunday at Foxwoods.


Food Tip: Da Legna

In an effort to find the best slice of pizza in the land of Connecticut, I’ve been, rather obviously, touring through many of New Haven’s pizza establishments. Yes, there is a lot more out there other than Frank Pepe’s.


Rick's List - Dawn of the Geezer edition

It's starting to happen. I've caught myself, more and more, vocalizing observations that, heretofore, would have been stuff I only thought to myself. Granted, these are softly spoken, and I doubt anyone can hear what I'm saying, but...

A half-century of preserving the land

After hours of scrambling up and down ledges, bushwhacking through underbrush and clambering over stone walls in flurries and sub-20-degree temperatures, our group reached an apparent impasse earlier this week: a tumbling, mostly frozen-over...