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    The two most widely used add-on suffixes in the English language, according to both Daniel Webster and Samuel Jonson – which we know because they used to send each other...

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    Throughout literature, art, religion and philosophy – and certainly near-death experience conventions – there is no shortage of astonishing depictions of heaven/paradise...
    Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess plays The Kate tonight Those hands! That brain! The heart! His ears! No, this isn’t the original body-snatcher checklist Mary Blyt...
    If your name is Ray, there is an ancient law that extends beyond legal boundaries and into the traditions of antiquity, that demands your friends will call you by the nic...
    Goodspeed show brings a musical touch to ‘Anne of Green Gables’ As so many children did, Matte O’Brien grew up with the “Anne of Green Gables” books. They were among his ...

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    Guitarist Thor Jensen embraces new phase When he was in his late teens, Thor Jensen threw himself into studies at an unaccredited Westerly music school called “Hanging Ou...
    After two years off, the Celebrate East Lyme festival will take place on Saturday on Niantic's Main Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Starting at 3 p.m., nearly 200 vendors...
    David Baldacci to discuss 'The 6:20 Man' Thursday at United Theatre
    After a couple postponements due to the pandemic, the North Stonington Agricultural Fair is back. It's kicking off its 56th annual event on Thursday. The fair will presen...
    In terms of productivity, thriller/spy novelist David Baldacci is on the slow side — but that's only if you're comparing his output to James Patterson, Nora Roberts or St...

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    WASHINGTON — The objects in the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamen — or, as a new exhibition at the National Geographic Museum spells it, Tutankhamun — were meant to commemo...
    On Boston's first album, the song "Rock 'n' Roll Band" includes the line "We were just another band out of Boston ..." This tune was written before they had a record deal...
    Before he retired from his longtime job as deputy editorial editor here at The Day, Greg Stone authored an in-depth history of the newspaper. Published in 2000, "The Day ...
    By the time you wander down to New London's City Pier Friday, taking in the blended scent of grilling sausage and peppers and frying dough, experiencing those kid-again f...
    Of the roughly 1,300 dramatists who applied to the 2022 National Playwrights Conference at Waterford's Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, there are probably a few sufficientl...
    Reviews have been consistently excellent for Christine Kandic Torres' debut novel, "The Girls in Queens." Against the vibrant and colorful backdrop of the Woodside neighb...
    Westerly's heart is its library and the adjacent Wilcox Park, some of the finest examples of their type in New England. The library, a memorial to Civil War volunteers, c...
    When you can’t take time for a real vacation, just trundle over to Watch Hill. It feels like a relaxing getaway all on its own. The beaches (and, yes, there are several) ...
    The Rose Arts Festival returns after COVID hiatus
    A month now, roots act Dustbowl Revival will be jetting off to England for a tour of the UK. The follows a string of American festival dates where they'll appear with the...