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SAN FRANCISCO -- In an age of near instant communication, Twitter again became the world's town square as traffic to the service spiked minutes after the deadly Boston Marathon explosions. People rushed to Twitter for real-time information on fatalities...
Tags: Sports, Television, Boston Marathon, Social Media, Twitter, Inc.
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-...
Twitter turned 7 Thursday, and to celebrate the occasion, the social network posted a quick video timeline recapping its history from an idea on a notebook to the major tech player it is today. The video starts by showing the sketch for a site called...
Tags: Culture, Social Media, Sociology, Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama
Ray Snouffer, artist, docent and instructor at Washington County Museum of Fine Arts and avid collector of 19th century American art, recently spoke at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. His program to the Singer Society, the volunteer...
Tags: Museums, Arts and Culture, Arts, Fine Arts
Lent's mortifications are getting a little, um, much right about now, aren't they? We're in 33 days, by the Western church's count, and those meatless Fridays, those extra prayers, and that seemingly fabulous idea at the time (one too many hurricanes on...
HERKIMER, N.Y. (AP) — Police in upstate New York stormed an abandoned building Thursday morning where a man suspected of a deadly shooting rampage at a car wash and barbershop had been holed up for hours, killing the man after he fired on a police...
Tags: Andrew Cuomo, Shootings, Prisons, New York City
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGA conversation with Irish folk singer Tommy Sands reveals yet one more reason why he is known by many as the “Bard of Peace.” The man who has dedicated his life to the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland has a voice that, even in...
I write this week’s column from a nearly frozen Big Apple. But of course it’s only cold for someone from the Imperial Valley used to the balmy winters of a desert climate. It is all of around 32 degrees in New York. For my wife and I, that...
The Hartford CourantAmy Lynn was the new kid in town at age 40. "I had come up from the Washington, D.C., area to take a job," Amy says. Her best friend's brother asked her if she would like to meet somebody. "I said sure." Stephen Silverman, 44, a friend of the brother,...
This post has been updated. See below for details.HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- A Texas district judge on Tuesday postponed the execution of a female inmate hours before she would have been the first woman put to death in the United States in more than two years. Kimberly McCarthy, 51, was scheduled to be...
Tags: Defendants, Lawyers, Republican Party, Gatesville, Judges
Hi, my name is Alan, and I'm drunk with landscape. I've just finished teaching a writing workshop in how to deploy setting in modern fiction, mainly, the modern novel, so I couldn't easily get the subject off my mind in any case. And now, just as the...
The Singer Society, the volunteer association of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, held its monthly meeting Jan. 10 in the museum’s Bowman Gallery. Showing examples of his work, the guest speaker was Philip Koch, a modernist-influenced...
Tags: Education, Artists, Painting, Museums, Arts and Culture
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