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There's a big, raw-boned appeal to "Kon-Tiki," the Norwegian film based on its native son explorer Thor Heyerdahl and the 100-plus days he and a crew of six spent on a balsa wood raft crossing the Pacific to prove a point. Carried by currents from Peru to...
Tags: Politics, Norway, Interior Policy, Kon-Tiki (movie)
The Hartford CourantThe story behind Middletown's Taino Smokehouse goes back to 2004, but its name goes back to the 15th century. When owners Chris and Jenny Szewczyk met in New York City nine years ago, the two made a bucket list of fun things to do during their...
Tags: Politics, Steaks, Key Lime Pie, Interior Policy, New York City
Francesco Clemente, "Clemente > Brazil > Yale" Through June 2, Yale School of Art, 32 Edgewood Gallery, New Haven, (203) 423-2600, art.yale.edu/32EdgewoodAveGallery, closed Tuesdays. Francesco Clemente is, says Robert Storr, "a bit of a nomad,"...
PARIS -- Dozens of Native American masks were sold at auction Friday despite objections by the Hopi tribe, which considers the items sacred, and the U.S. government. The 70 masks sold for a total of about $1.2 million after a French court approved the...
More than 50 struggling Chicago-area homeowners last year placed their faith and their savings into the hands of Washington National Trust, which promised to save their homes from foreclosure. The homeowners, most of them Hispanic and living in Aurora,...
Tags: Finance, Politics, Police Arrests, Interior Policy, Foreclosures
Arthur Heming: Chronicler of the North Through June 2, Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme, (860) 434-5542, florencegriswoldmuseum.org Long before Second City Television's Bob and Doug Mackenzie hoisted its banner, Arthur Heming (1870-...
Tags: Hudson River, Politics, Artists, G7, Interior Policy
The 21 Spanish missions stretching from San Diego to Sonoma have been emblematic of early California for centuries -- and have been the subject of reports for generations of grade schoolers. The Huntington Library announced Tuesday it will host an...
Tags: Arts, Politics, Mexico, Interior Policy, Arts and Culture
Hers is a story of solitude at sea for months on end, with only the raw power of nature to break the silence. She's rowed thousands of miles and survived countless ocean-borne perils, from dehydration to 20-foot waves threatening to capsize her 23-...
Hau Mitakuepi (Greetings My Relatives), this time of year always stimulates much conversation about planting crops, whether on a commercial scale or personal gardens. A generation or so ago everyone planted and tended gardens. Today, not so much. However,...
Tags: Peru, Squanto, Politics, Interior Policy, Chemical Industry
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga Opens Sunday, March 17 , through March 23, at the Cinestudio in Hartford, at Trinity College, cinestudio.org Members of PETA might not want to watch Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, the new documentary by Dmitry...
Serendipity is what gives us "Happy People: A Year in the Taiga," an intimate portrait of the vanishing breed of hunters and fishers still making a life in the isolated heart of Siberia, where a mild winter day is minus 30 and the only way in or out is by...
email@example.comOlivia Newton-John said she's always loved singing. She was in her first singing group by the tender age of 15. "But I didn't know that I would be able to make a career of it. But I'm very grateful that I could," she said during a telephone interview...
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