Robert Rae

Kevin Eats It, Ep. 8: Black Rock Tavern’s 50 oz Steak

by Crowhorn Productions “Hungry Hungry” is back with an increased level of class and an even more elevated level of hunger. In this installment a 50 oz steak is presented to Kevin for consumption. Black Rock Tavern in Thomaston, Connecticut brought this challenge out of… Read more »


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Tick-Borne Disease May Surge in 2012

by Joene’s Garden NORTHEASTERNERS may very well see a spike in tick-borne disease during this spring and summer, but not because of the non-winter we’ve had.  The numbers of blood-seeking, disease-infected black-legged nymphal ticks will be due to a series of events that began with… Read more »


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HVCA Local Arts Update

from the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance An update from the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance (HVCA) on three local gallery exhibits, “Hatchet Job” by Jim Felice Bethel’s Upstairs Gallery, “Carousel Folk Art” by Ellie Haggerty at CityCenter Danbury,  and “Aquamarine” by Carla Goldberg at Danbury City… Read more »


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Occupy Danbury “Fs” The Banks

by Joshua L. Durkin At the 343 Main Street branch of Bank of America in Danbury this Thursday, March 15, 2012, a protest called “Foreclose on the Bank of America!” will be held by both Occupy Danbury and MoveOn.org. From 5 to 6pm, speakers will… Read more »


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The Controversy of Women’s History

from For Beginners As we enter the third week of Women’s History month, we’re taking a look at the decline of women representatives in Congress. For the first time in thirty years the number of women representing American citizens fell in the 112th Congress. After… Read more »


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Interview with Graffiti Writer MONE

by Vegetarian Metalhead from Alternative Control CT MONE is a New York City graffiti writer and Freight King who’s been in the game for over two decades, before graff became the latest trend.  Starting out in the streets of Mount Vernon, New York in the… Read more »


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