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April's blood moon eclipse will show itself on April 15, 2014. Photo Credit: jurvetson, via flickr creative commons
Anne K. Mulligan April 13, 2014 at 10:51 am
Joseph, if you don't Patch, you can simply unsubscribe to it.
Ilene Coman April 13, 2014 at 05:47 pm
I appreciate the Patch greatly. I don't know what Joseph's problem is with it but he looks prettyRead More silly going off on a rampage about things that have nothing to do with Patch readers or the "Blue Moon" article he chose to spew his political hatred under! If you don't like Patch, don't click on it to see any of the news and information. I appreciate reading about what is going on locally because the Hartford Courant doesn't bother covering our community news anymore like it used to when they had different regional editions. It's as if our part of CT doesn't exist when you read through the skimpy Courant! I hope that the Patch continues to give us what's going on in our area of CT, if not thru AOL, then online somewhere else. Thank you, Patch!!!
citizen April 14, 2014 at 12:04 pm
Only a patch reader can connect something that is 210,000 miles away to Leftist demagogues.
Guilford - Credit: Fran McMullen
Linda C March 17, 2014 at 11:55 am
Unfortunately both Thomas and Basha are correct, what took Jackson and the LC to destroy in 5 years,Read More will take a lot longer to make right. Similar to the state of the country, it has been destroyed beyond it ever being fixed in my lifetime I'm sure. As far as the percentages go Thomas; I would love to know just how many of the 51 % were home owners and how many were renters. It seem as with the Presidential Elections you were given a choice between a Politician and a Game Show Host giving away a grand list of prizes! What chance do the Republicans have when the Democrats Promise the world? And how long will it take the ones who fell for those promises to realize that's all they were - empty promises? Basha if this article were 25/30 years ago I'm sure Hamden would have been at the top of the list, but I'm afraid sadly our time has long since past!
Shelley March 17, 2014 at 01:37 pm
Wethersfield? A small town? Really???
Everett Henry March 18, 2014 at 10:20 am
I wish I knew what the criteria was for this committee to pick the ideal small town in Connecticut.Read More I just feel choices could be better for picking the idea of a smown. Personally, two towns I would pick as my top 10 would be either Essex or Old Saybrook. Each build these towns today show a quaintness and historical perspective that cannot be beat. Each has its own characteristics but most importantly each is privy two being located on a river – an important factor in our colonial period for transportation. Even Middletown should be considered as top 10 due to the location and ease of formidable transportation. I wish the committee would outline the criteria.
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WilsonSmith March 13, 2014 at 04:34 am
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Karoline Barrett April 14, 2014 at 12:25 pm
I live in Southington and my debut novel, The Art of Being Rebekkah came out in December 2013. It'sRead More available on Amazon, Kobo, and Barnes and Noble. Doing a book signing at the Mark Twain House 4/27 with other authors. Please visit my website for more information on me and my book! karolinebarrett.com
Alana Joli Abbott April 17, 2014 at 07:53 am
Congratulations on your publication Karoline!
loretta kandrot July 30, 2013 at 03:23 pm
The warrens are the Most Beautiful Loving People you would ever meet..Sadly Ed has Passed...I haveRead More spoke with Lorraine..Just resently and She is Just Amazing and a WONDERFUL Human Being
Susan and David Halliwell
Brian Quinn July 9, 2013 at 05:47 pm
Character Building: 2 of my kids went through the summer program with the Halliwells. I can'tRead More even count all the ways my kids benefitted. Sure you would expect great exposure to the arts through theater. But it went SO MUCH further. Examples include: Self confidence in crowds, public speaking, timing, promptness, how to take compliments but more importantly how to learn from criticism (which is the real world), memorization, the highs and lows that comes from teamwork, respect, job definitions, the importance of good leadership and seeing the results of your efforts etc. Even the difference between perception and reality. They get the most vivid example of how the most subtle change in your appearance, tone or facial expression can make a noticeable difference in how people react to you. I highly recommend this program for any youth who shows the slightest inclination. And I say that after working with hundreds of Monroe kids through programs like Scouts, Friday Night Ski, Masuk Robotics and BMX. This is one of Monroe's treasures. Even this father of 3 learned a lot. Make your plans for next year. The life experience is priceless!
kay inderdohnen April 30, 2013 at 08:00 pm
I wonder where picture #4 was taken. It's lovely.
Joel Leneker May 11, 2013 at 12:35 pm
Pic 4 is off of route 25 across from Toll Gate Plaza, entrance road to a warehouse site.
Nancy Zorena May 11, 2013 at 12:50 pm
Is number 4 near where a magnificent Patmor Estate used to stand? Great photos, John. Thanks forRead More your continued good work in town.