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Connecticut’s American Mural Project

Launched in 2002 by artist Ellen Griesedieck, the American Mural Project (AMP) is creating the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world—a mural 120 feet long, 48 feet high, and up to ten feet deep. The mural is a tribute to American workers and highlights what has defined the country over the last century. Nothing Read more…

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Operation: Music Aid

Few things can bring people together like music, and George Hauer, co-founder of Operation: Music Aid knows that. George owns the Madison Music Center and has sheet music and instruments for sale and rent at this place, but it’s his wall of honor to American servicemen and women that really gets his juices flowing. His Read more…

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Connecticut’s “Little Poland”

Connecticut is a state of nearly 3 million people. Among its residents nearly 50 major ethnic groups all living together in the Constitution state. In the city of New Britain, Connecticut there is a very strong Polish community made up of about 15,000 Poles. As with all ethnicities, it’s the rich traditions that are so Read more…

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Coastal Connecticut In April

I don’t know does it get any better than this? A warm April day with a slight breeze blowing on the water. I thought I’d share it with you. This happens to be Madison, Connecticut. On a clear day you can see Long Island from here. It’s a town of about 18,000. It’s located right Read more…

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