Fairfield County for those 18-35
Monthly Archive for October, 2011
STAMFORD – Last week I introduced you to this guy, who is producing his own web series right out of Stamford. Let’s continue the theme of young-professionals-who-create-their-own-opportunities-in-entertainment-arts. Today I present you with another Stamford native whose latest stop motion animation movie has already gone viral on YouTube, has appeared on network TV, and has caught Read More
HARTFORD – (press release) Hartford Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs will hold its annual Entrepreneurship Awards this Wednesday, Oct. 19, from 6 p.m to 9 at the Mark Twain House and Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue, Hartford. The HYPE Entrepreneurship Awards recognizes budding and enterprising ventures run by young business people and honors those who have helped Read More
I was only at Occupy New Haven for a short slice of time, from about 10 p.m. Saturday night to 10 a.m. Saturday morning. I wanted to report on what happened at the protest when most of the people went home for the day. I wanted to report on the people who were so committed Read More
10:04 a.m. – homeless people are lining up for food. The green is their turf, organizers said, so they want to work with them. Occupiers are meeting in a morning get together to discuss how to get power on the green. Generators aren’t allowed, nor are upright solar panels. They’re discussing getting broken solar panels. Read More
9:27 a.m. – here’s a shot of the tent city (more like little hamlet at this point):
9:10 – Good sunny but chilly morning. The sun is shining on the green. Vinny DiMeglio, 21, of Beacon Falls, one of the outreach coordinators, said a drunk guy came screaming through the tent camp at 2 a.m. and fell on someone’s tent. He said he’ll be here every weekend (he can’t be here during Read More
3:31a.m. – I overheard someone outside say they have supplies, including blankets!! I poked my head out and asked for a couple. He brought us over three clean, new blankets that someone had donated to the cause. Now I’m snug as a bug! (And thinking I’m going to need to pass on the good karma Read More
3:22 a.m. – Two girls from Trumbull just arrived and are setting up their tent nearby. There’s a few people chatting outside. You can tell even at this hour there’s a lot of activity going on.
1:08 a.m. – I just crawled into my tent and I’m going to turn in for the night. A lot of exciting conversations still going on, but I need some rest. See you in the morning.
1:03 a.m. – A New Haven occupier (he didn’t want to be called an organizer because no one has titles in the movement) said people are taking turns being on security watch throughout the night. He said the biggest threats to the campers are drunk people and homeless people. I’d say there are more tents Read More