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August 2015 Events

By , July 26, 2015 11:19 pm

August 1

  • Tour the Annual Garden at Elizabeth Park. Meet at the Annual Garden for the 10 a.m. tour. Free.
  • Ninah’s Dowry screens free at the Hartford Public Library as part of the Global Lens Film Series, 1 p.m.
  • Taste of the Caribbean & Jerk Festival: Music, food, and family activities by the Connecticut River, 1-11 p.m. Free admission, but food and beverages will cost you. If you’d prefer to bring your own picnic, you can, but no alcohol. But why would you? Isn’t getting food here the whole point?! There are multiple entrances to the Riverfront. You can park for free at Charter Oak Landing and Riverside Park and walk along the path.
  • Church by the Pond: Christ Church Cathedral provides a 2 p.m. service every Saturday by the pond in Bushnell Park. Bagged lunches are provided following the service.

Police Refrain from Dialogue with Community at Latest Protest

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By , July 6, 2015 11:27 pm


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July 2015 Events

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By , June 30, 2015 8:11 am

July 1

  • North End Farmers’ Market: every Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 80 Coventry Street.
  • Get HYPEd at The Hartford Club: Casual networking for young professionals, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Free, no registration required. The Hartford Club is located at 46 Prospect Street. Bring your business cards.
  • Free Chamber Music  from Jesse Irons & Sylvia Berry, Violin and Forte Piano at 6 p.m. in the Chapel at Trinity College.
  • Free yoga: take a beginners class for free thanks to Bikram Yoga Downtown Hartford. Except this won’t be at the studio. Instead, go to the Marriott Residence Inn (942 Main St). Bring a mat, water, towel, and wear comfortable clothing. 6:30-7:45 p.m. No registration necessary.
  • The 1st Connecticut Governor’s Foot Guard Band performs on the Rose Garden Lawn at Elizabeth Park from 6:30-8 p.m. Free. Rain date: July 2nd.
  • The Summer Carillon Series continues with Joey and Vera Brink performing at 7 p.m. Bring a blanket, lawn chair, and picnic to listen from the Main Quad at Trinity College. Free. Continue reading 'July 2015 Events'»

Pride and Joy

By , June 27, 2015 10:30 am

Photo courtesy of Andy Hart, Hartford News

Yesterday’s evening rush hour Pride celebration was not last minute, having been in the works for some time. The mood and scale of the event, however, were boosted by Friday’s Supreme Court ruling. Continue reading 'Pride and Joy'»

Asylum Hill Fashion Show

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By , June 26, 2015 8:31 am

The Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association has been spotlighting the creativity and diversity of the neighborhood throughout June. Thursday night featured a multicultural fashion show in ArtSpace Gallery. Continue reading 'Asylum Hill Fashion Show'»

Suggestion Box: Films in the Filth

By , June 24, 2015 1:00 am

45 Evergreen Avenue. City-owned lot

Forget the free movies in the parks.

Here’s an idea. Feel free to run with it. Continue reading 'Suggestion Box: Films in the Filth'»

Cultural Program Moves to Connecticut Historical Society

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By , June 15, 2015 2:10 pm

The Institute for Community Research‘s decades’ old  Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program has moved to the Connecticut Historical Society. This crosstown move will provide the program with various resources and allow for collaboration between the ICR and CHS.

The program has showcased works of immigrants, photographs of Connecticut farmers, and more.

Today marks the official beginning of the transition from Wyllys Street to Elizabeth Street.

 

 

 

Rush Hour Civil Disobedience Draws Attention to Racism

By , June 8, 2015 9:03 pm

The Moral Monday actions have not exactly been underground. There are hashtags and Twitter accounts for the movement. Yet, it seems that the civil disobedience during Monday’s evening rush hour took a number of people, including some reporters, by surprise — despite the intentions being announced on Real Hartford and elsewhere. Continue reading 'Rush Hour Civil Disobedience Draws Attention to Racism'»

Conversations with the Candidates: Impressions

By , May 14, 2015 9:39 am

“Why isn’t the mayor here?”

That was the first question asked by an audience member, before the official time for questions began — before anything really began — at the Business for Downtown Hartford’s “Candid Conversations” event. Continue reading 'Conversations with the Candidates: Impressions'»

Spring Cleaning at Heaven Skate Park

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By , May 3, 2015 1:50 pm

Volunteers picked up trash, swept debris, and removed paint from the Matthew Furlong memorial in New Ross, County Wexford Park, also known as Heaven Skate Park. They said the amount of garbage was significantly less than in the past; the amount gathered after several months was less than one might have previously picked up during a single week. Continue reading 'Spring Cleaning at Heaven Skate Park'»

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