Category Archives: NYBERG Interviews

Opportunity Works Connecticut Enhances Lives Of Adults With Disabilities

  Opportunity Works Connecticut has been in existence since 2009, it enhances the lives of adults living with disabilities by teaching them skills so that they can be gainfully employed. Currently they are serving 112 adults. They’re learning to make all kinds of items that can be sold, birdhouses, trays, coasters, jewelry, the list goes on. One of Read more…

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Growing Older Happily

If you’re lucky enough, you will live a rich full life. There are more than 100-million in America that are age 50 or over, and that’s the group that Raeleen D’Agostino Mautner is targeting, middle-agers and beyond. Dr. Mautner knows about the loss of life and how to go on happily after suddenly losing her Read more…

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Get Your Colonoscopy It Could Save Your Life

March is national colon cancer awareness month. One-hundred-forty-thousand people are diagnosed with colon cancer every year in America, 50-thousand of which will die. The mortality rate does need to be that high because of colonoscopies. If you’re of age, have you had yours? It’s recommended for everyone at age 50…younger if you have colon cancer in Read more…

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Ogham The Oldest Gaelic Language

Ogham is the earliest written form of Primitive Irish, the oldest of the Gaelic languages. Ogham was first used in Ireland and parts of England, Scotland and Wales between the 2nd and 6th centuries. Though its actual origins remain a mystery, it’s believed the Celts desired a cryptic alphabet that could not be deciphered by Roman Britain. Represented as a series of perpendicular Read more…

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States of the Union, Reflections On The 2016 Presidential Election

Politically the landscape changes everyday. Headlines out of this White House or any other, can give you whiplash. Right after the 2016 presidential election Michaela Papa of New Haven wanted to know what people were thinking. She put the word out that she was accepting reflections from people, no matter their politics, to put them in a Read more…

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Calling All Yarn Enthusiasts

Are you the type of person who has never seen a yarn shop you didn’t love? That would be me. I have been knitting since I was a child, my Grandmother taught me how to use the “sticks.” Millions of women and men create with yarn around the world. Dayna Mankowski calls herself the “Crafty Scientist.” She’s Read more…

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The Women’s Campaign School At Yale Is Turning Out Prepared Female Political Candidates

  Are you a woman with a passion for politics..have you thought about running for office? It’s a tough business, you need know how. The Women’s Campaign School at Yale convenes every summer with 80 diverse students and faculty from both sides of the aisle, some who have worked on presidential campaigns. It’s five days of intensive training Read more…

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Structural Graphics Markets Companies With “Pop Up” Flair

If you’re looking for “pop up” marketing for your business, look no further than Structural Graphics in Essex, Connecticut. Paper engineers, are hard at work making items that are physical and also virtual that cut through the clutter. Their clients include small companies and the biggest, Google, Toyota to name a few. Structural Chairman, Mike Maguire and Read more…

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News 8 Anchor Anne Craig Says Goodbye For All The Right Reasons

This is a frank conversation with News 8’s Anne Craig. Anne is stepping away from the news business. After more than 20 years in the business, she is headed home for now. She has been longing to spend more time with her two young children and her husband and perhaps pen some children’s books. Life is Read more…

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Jordan Porco Foundation Is A Guiding Light In Preventing Teen Suicide

With the pressures of today’s society, taking care of teens and young adults with mental health issues is more important than ever. Suicide among young people in America is climbing. The Jordan Porco Foundation, named after a young man who took his life in 2011, is leading the charge in getting young people to talk to each Read more…

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