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Connecticut’s Jahana Hayes Is The 2016 National Teacher Of The Year

Jahana Hayes of Connecticut is the 2016 National Teacher of the Year. She is a history teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury. To listen to her talk about being a history teacher. Hayes who grew up in a housing project in Waterbury, became a teenaged Mom, but even with a child, with the help Read more…

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The One Year Old “Prospector Theater” In Ridgefield Goes To The White House

I have been following this theater since it’s infancy…when it was just in Valerie Jensen’s head. She had a vision and look what happened, she is now being spotlighted for what she and others have built! The White House wants to know all about what could and should be a model for the rest of Read more…

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This Is Not Your Daddy’s Accordion

  He started playing the accordion at age 9, at age 12, he was playing the White House and then kept getting invited back during the Clinton administration. Twenty-six year old Cory Pesaturo of Cumberland, Rhode Island is an electric accordion player, but not just any accordion player, he’s the first to win world champion status in Read more…

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The Frame Shop On Wall Street

Jack Caldwell, a long time framer in Madison, Connecticut has a new shop complete with a revolving wall in the place because he has so many framing selections. He needed more space and came up with that novel idea.It’s called The Frame Shop on Wall Street, Caldwell Galleries. Not only is he framing photos, and Read more…

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“Zen” On The Connecticut Shoreline

Sure, Chef Mark Shadle of Middletown, Connecticut has been to the White House and won all kinds of culinary awards, but home is where the heart is and he’s now settled in Branford, Connecticut at his new restaurant called G-Zen. G is for, well, “green” all about eco-conscious and “zen” state of mind of course, Read more…

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