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Hidden History Stories Of Connecticut

Jason Mancini loves the state of Connecticut.  He’s lived in the Nutmeg state for nearly all of his life except for a small time away in Rome.  He’s the newest director of Connecticut Humanities and is busy telling the state’s hidden history stories through multiple channels including helping to get these stories into the state’s Read more…

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“The Signs Of Connecticut,” All 169 Of Them!

At age 27, Thomas Fatone of Shelton set off to document the state of Connecticut’s “blue town history signs.” The journey took him 13 years and a lot of gasoline. What he learned will last a life time. He photographed all the signs and wrote about what happened to him while he was in each town. Along Read more…

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Connecticut Day Trips

The other day in my exploration on the web about Connecticut I stumbled onto this wonderful blog about “day tripping” in Connecticut. It’s called “Connecticut Day Trips.” It’s maintained by a woman named, Elizabeth Larkin who says she moved away from the state and then moved back and learned to love it. What’s not to Read more…

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