Monthly Archive for May, 2012

: May, 2012

Doc Watson

Doc Watson, the great musician, died yesterday. He was 89 and had influenced so many other musicians that it’s hard to exactly mourn him.

Third-graders plan car wash to help little girl fight cancer

Volunteer Mariane Ceballo and King Street Primary School’s third-graders want you to let your car get good and dirty. That’s because they’ve come up with a business plan for a car wash to help a

Band director hits high note with seniors' recognition

As I write this blog, I want to come clean

Escape to the past…

Not sure what to do on this holiday weekend? If you don

Good boy, Rover

There are so many wonderful images from space today that I could spend a considerable amout of time just posting them. I’m not sure my ediors would approve. But this one, from NASA, of the Mars rover

Grandfather proud of student's accomplishments

Twice this week

Country music artists, take note!

The hills are alive … with the sound of country music! At least, The Cookhouse in New Milford is,

The Red-eyed Express

I was in the woods with my dog Bella today and I heard a red-eyed vireo. It’s one of the few bird songs I know for sure I learned in the hard way. Once on vacation in New York I spent the better part

Film on Palestinian community showing Thursday

Get out & ride your bike today

Today is Bike to Work Day and it seems that many heeded the call — perfect biking weather no doubt helped. In Southbury, First Selectman Ed Edelson, who usually walks to work at Town Hall,