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Mystic Reporter: Joe Wojtas     j.wojtas@theday.com    (860) 701-4494

Mystic Knotwork announces fundraiser for Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center

While it is closed to the public, Mystic Knotwork has ramped up its online operations and is donating 10% of all sales from its website to the center.

Pizza and donut fundraiser for Mystic Aquarium

Mango’s Wood-Fired Pizza Co. and Deviant Donuts are hosting a monthlong fundraiser, in which they will donate a portion of pizza and donut sales to Mystic Aquarium.

Nervous investors waiting out the pandemic

A sign for Wall Street on  July 15, 2013, outside the New York Stock Exchange. Global stock markets are sharply lower on deepening worries over damage from the coronavirus pandemic. Benchmarks fell in Paris, London and Frankfurt on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.  (Mark Lennihan/AP Photo, File)

Financial advisers who survived the stock market crash of 2008 are experiencing a déjà vu moment as concerns over the short-term consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have sent equities tumbling.

Seaport letter outlines layoffs for state Department of Labor

Staff at Mystic Seaport Museum's H.B. DuPont Preservation Shipyard prepare to launch the historic steamboat Sabino on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, from the shipyard lift dock. Sabino had been out of the water for several weeks in preparation for work but was returned to the water on the last day before the museum laid off nearly all its staff.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

A day after Mystic Seaport Museum submitted a letter to the state Department of Labor outlining its COVID-19-related layoffs, museum spokesman Dan McFadden stressed Tuesday that the Seaport is not closed permanently.

Mystic musicians perform "America the Beautiful" from front porches

Jacqui Keller took the screen out of her front door to play from inside as she warms up before the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful

Jacqui Keller warms up behind her screenless front door Sunday before the Music Unites Mystic event, in which people sang and played “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveway at noon.

Mystic musicians asked to perform 'America the Beautiful' Sunday at noon

A group of music teachers here are asking instrumentalists and vocalists to go outside to play and sing 'America the Beautiful' on Sunday at noon.

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