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ctnow.comHere's a list of various computer user groups in Connecticut. Business and Professional Microcomputer Users Group (BPMUG) - A non-profit PC users group, made up of many new users, as well as highly experienced computer professionals. Special interest...
Times Staff WriterBritain is hoisting its flag and pulling out the stops in a yearlong celebration of its seafaring history. Hundreds of events, including tall-ship races, maritime festivals and historic reenactments, are part of SeaBritain 2005. "Almost every town in...
Tags: England, Festive Events, United Kingdom, History, Elizabeth II
The Hartford CourantBetty Robinson likens Mansfield Hollow State Park to the elephant in the fable about six blind men who describe the beast: One's experience of the park depends on which part of it is used. Although I was there only for an afternoon recently, it's...
The Hartford CourantRobert T. Barbuto hears it all the time. "I didn't even know there was a fort here," visitors to Fort Trumbull State Park in New London tell the supervisor of interpreters. Just opened, and still being restored and developed, Fort Trumbull is a largely...
The Hartford CourantThe island greeted me with its stillness, the tropical air so hot and thick it felt like a weight on my body. I waded ashore in water as warm as a bath, and looked up. Behind the trees where the shoreline ends, I could see patches of a stone wall,...
FOR THE TIMESFriday June 27, 1997 Intrepid reporters, noble homeless, outlaw masons and tutti Mafiosi are the ingredients in "The Innocent Sleep," an English thriller that won't inspire much raising of hair, tingling of spines or biting of nails. But it does...
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