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Premium Content Tour the Steinway Piano Factory

 April 19, 2014

The Friends of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony are sponsoring a bus trip to the Steinway Piano Factory in Long Island City on Wednesday, May 7. There are a few seats left on the van from Joshua's Limousine Service, which will leave New London...

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Mike Urban Shares Favorite Diner Eats in New Cookbook

 April 16, 2014

When your first book, an ode to New England's clam shacks, meets with a warm reception, and your second book, on lobster shacks, is named a Top 10 summer non-fiction read by Publishers Weekly, what's left for a food-loving author to do?

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Premium Content Mystic Country rolling out region's latest tourism guide

 April 15, 2014

Mystic - A new edition of a popular guide to the region's tourism attractions became available Monday, emphasizing fresh photography and detailed maps.

Complimentary copies of the 2014-15 Mystic Country Visitors Guide, which covers...

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Premium Content Mystic Army Navy's in it for long haul

 April 12, 2014

Mystic - Carve out a niche in the marketplace, devote yourself to customer service and embrace the community.
Such is the formula for retail success, Michelle Gemma says.

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Premium Content Pineapple Award lists area’s nominees

 April 12, 2014

The 2014 Pineapple Awards has listed nominees for eastern Connecticut:
Excellence in Tourism Image: Abbott's Lobster in Noank, Niantic Main Street and Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn in...

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Have an Opinion About Those Food Trucks?

 April 9, 2014

Resident Barbara Knapp attended the April 7 morning meeting of the Board of Selectmen because she wanted to give them her opinion about the food trucks that now park in front of the Academy School.

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Premium Content Foxwoods Philly partners file for bankruptcy

 April 3, 2014

More than three years after Pennsylvania gaming regulators pulled the plug on the Foxwoods Casino Philadelphia project, the Foxwoods partnership that failed to proceed with the plan has applied for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

In a...

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Branford Restaurant Week Coming April 6 to 12

 April 2, 2014

From family dinners to romantic dates, Branford's restaurant community looks forward to serving residents during the third annual Branford Restaurant week from Sunday, April 6 to Saturday, April 12 at 20 local eateries.

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Premium Content Stretch out and see the sights at Hammonasset

 March 23, 2014

Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison might as well be on two separate planets between seasons.
The post-Labor Day experience offers a tranquil, seaside getaway, where visitors take advantage of...

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Premium Content New London to host in-water boat show in June

 March 22, 2014

New London - With winter on its last legs, it might be a good time to start thinking about a boat show on the city's waterfront.
There hasn't been one of those since 2010.

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Premium Content Dinosaur Place opens with new exhibit

 March 21, 2014

The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village in Montville is kicking off the 2014 season on April 5 with the unveiling of a new dinosaur exhibit featuring an animatronic Dilophosaurus.

The Dinosaur Place will open for the season at 10 a.m.

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Premium Content Gym wants to take over vacant Pawcatuck site

 March 17, 2014

The Stonington PZC will consider a request by a fitness center to open in the former Stop & Shop space in the Pawcatuck Shopping Center.

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Premium Content Renovations bring update to whaler’s inn

 March 15, 2014

The Whaler's Inn in Mystic has undergone a major room renovation project to create modern subway tiled bathrooms with large pedestal sinks and generous walk-in showers.

"We were able to update these rooms for a more modern feel while still...

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Premium Content Former Bank Street Café is for sale for $499,000

 March 5, 2014

New London - The former Bank Street Café is on the market for $499,000.

Realtor Ann Buonocore of the Buena Vista Real Estate Co. said owner Jeffrey Mullen has decided to sell or lease the building at 637 Bank St. in New...

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Premium Content Partners plan to re-open former Stash's in spring

 February 28, 2014

New London - Darrel Hanrahan and Collin Reiners had been talking about opening a place for years.

Stash's Café, once a Pequot Avenue hot spot, was plenty closed.

It was as if the stars had aligned.

"We'd been looking all...

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Premium Content Waterford officials want input on Jordan Village project

 February 20, 2014

Think for a moment: if you were to leave your hometown for 10 to 15 years, what changes would you want to see made by the time you return?\nA team of town officials, architects and planners intend to ask Waterford residents that very question and...

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