Tag Archives: Waterford

Chelsea and Tony Northrup, Photographers Extraordinaire

What’s new in the photography gadget world? Connecticut photographers, a husband and wife duo, know first hand what’s out there. Chelsea and Tony Northrop  of Waterford, Connecticut show you a drone and cameras to get you all lined up for your holiday wish list. You’ll find their YouTube channel HERE which has nearly 900-thousand subscribers who love all Read more…

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Serve Here CT~ Building A Better Connecticut

Serve Here CT was founded in 2013 by Alva Greenberg and now her idea about creating socially responsible millennials is in full swing. It is set up to help out non-profits,social services, and education and help students with college debt. It’s the brainchild of Old Saybrook’s Alva Greenberg who wants to be a problem solver. The young people Read more…

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Aim And Shoot With The Northrups

In this day and age, we’re all taking photos of everything because our smart phone is always at the ready. If you’d like to get better at taking those shots or want to upgrade to a better camera, look no further then Chelsea and Tony Northrup …a married couple from Waterford. They’re professional photographers and have Read more…

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Pam Arciero is “Grundgetta” On Sesame Street

Pam Arciero has played the Muppet character of Grundgetta, Oscar The Grouch’s girlfriend on Sesame Street for thirty-one years! This master puppeteer worked under the famed, Jim Henson for 8 years.  She earned her Master’s degree from the famed School of Puppetry at UCONN… and for the last 25 years has been the artistic director Read more…

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Connecticut’s “The O’Neill” Is 50!

We are so blessed in Connecticut with so many wonderful theaters, we are chocked full. New Haven’s Shubert Theater is celebrating its 100th year, Torrington’s, Warner Theatre goes back to the art deco age, there’s the famous “Goodspeed” in East Haddam, the only theater in the world named after Katharine Hepburn, “The Kate,” that’s in Old Read more…

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National Library Week in Connecticut

National Library Week is 4/13-4/19 and Network Connecticut and Nutmeg Junction hold libraries in a special place in our hearts. Libraries provide essential resources to the communities they serve. Whether you want to read a book, watch a movie, listen to music, find a meeting room for a non-profit, go online, do research, the library Read more…

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Eolia Mansion at Harkness Memorial State Park

Have you been? The 1906 Roman Renaissance Classicl Revival-style Eolia mansion at Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford, Connecticut is stunning. It has 42 rooms and is set on 230 seaside acres. Once upon a time, it was owned by Edward and Mary Harkness, the mansion was named after Greek god of winds. This structure Read more…

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The Bucolic Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts

Where can you get a hands on 4-year fine arts degree in Connecticut? Well, one of those places is the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme. What a setting this is in quintessential New England. The school is home to about 100 students, though there is room for expansion. Curriculum includes, drawing, Read more…

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