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Tell Me Something: Catching up with New London's teacher of the year

What’s your favorite quote?
“We could learn a lot from crayons; some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull, while others bright, some have weird names, but they all have learned to live together in the same box.” - Robert Fulghum

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Tell Me Something: Meet the voice behind the Tigers

You can listen to Connecticut native Adam Zebrowski broadcast Connecticut Tigers baseball games on WICH 1310-AM and on cttigers.com.

Zebrowski also maintains the Tigers' YouTube channel where fans can catch highlights and game recaps.

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Tell Me Something: Connection and cosmic order guide Casey Cyr Gash

I’ve always wanted to visit Big Sur in California. A Mustang convertible plays “Sun Dance” by John de Kadt on departure and “Lilac Wine" by Jeff Buckley on arrival.

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Tell Me Something: Meet the maven behind Refresh Organic Spa

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve got from your parents, grandparents, or someone older than you?
Honestly to enjoy the simple things and to have faith and love within yourself. Enjoy the little things and good times.

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Tell Me Something: Musician Marjorie Sturm is awaiting her favorite historic event

Sturm has performed with the Colorado Philharmonic Orchestra, the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, the Lexington, Kentucky Philharmonic Orchestra, and various Connecticut orchestras. She counts among her teachers Gail Williams, former co-principal horn of the Chicago Symphony, David Elliott, University of Kentucky and Lexington Philharmonic, and Jonathan Menkis, Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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Read On: From Europe to Montana, these stories reach far and wide

Book reviews from our friends at Bank Square Books

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Local marshes protect life

In May, the federal government issued its third National Climate Assessment, which represents the work of 300 scientists and 13 federal agencies. In the 800-page report, analysts echoed findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: that the planet is warming as a result of pollutant-driven carbon dioxide buildup, and that the consequences for human life include sea level rise, flooding, severe weather events and threats to species and public health, including spikes in...

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