Monthly Archive for January, 2012

: January, 2012

Stop using animals to test cosmetics

WASHINGTON

Urge congress to support bill to protect women

The

Puppy shop owners rescue one on vacation

This Labrador mix was rescued by Nancy And Sean Silverman, owners of Puppy Love in Danbury. The couple encountered the pup while on a drive to the ocean during a vacation recently in The Bahamas.

Free pizza at Pepe's in Danbury Tuesday night

Yes, you read that right — Frank Pepe’s is offering FREE pizza today, Jan. 31, from 5 to 8 p.m. in Danbury to celebrate the first anniversary of its opening at 59 Federal Road. I heard about this

Blue Marble

There is a wonderful new picture of Earth _ the Blue Marble that NASA released Wednesday. You can see it at http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_2159.html I

Bowls, gloves and manpower are needed for those less fortunate

Food pantry clients need cereal bowls. A local mental health program can use a blender. Men in the area

Journalists work, no matter the weather

News-Times reporter Stacy Davis arrived in the newsroom this morning prepared for whatever the wintry weather throws our way. We’re hoping there’s lots of food in that paper bag!

Michael Buble's trumpeter, Jumaane Smith, to play Danbury Palace

Jumaane Smith will play his trumpet and sing in a concert Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Palace Theatre in Danbury, where he will be backed by a seven-piece band. The theater is at 165 Main St. and tickets

Young People's Concert set for Jan. 29 in Danbury

Violinist Anastasia Dolak, a senior at New Fairfield High School, above, was the winner of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, and will take center stage

All-school musical always a do not miss

I can’t sing, and I can’t dance, but I sure can clap, hum and laugh along with the incredibly talented, New Milford High