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    Bantam Cinema
    One of my favorite movie theaters, in an old barn in Bantam, Connecticut. Often shows movies that never get shown in the multi-screen complexes.
    CTcentral
    World and Connecticut news, sports and entertainment information provided by the New Haven Register.
    The site contains five sections. Descriptions are provided by The Register.
  • CinemaCentral - All the movie information you need for Connecticut. Every movie showing on every screen in the state is listed here. Users can search for movies by title, date, screening location, actor and reviewer ranking or MPAA rating. This is Connecticut's most comprehensive movie site.
  • EventsCentral - Fun of every kind is entered here, with happenings ranging from concerts to theater to fund-raisers. Users can search out just the type of activity they like or look at everything for a particular place or time.
  • TVCentral - The complete listings for all Connecticut's cable systems with grids, best bets and news. Users can personalize the service to select their favorite channels, types of programming and shows. The listing is updated daily, so you'll never miss your favorite TV programs.
  • Town Talk - Enter live chat or bulletin-board discussion areas to debate, share ideas or just get to know others who have an interest in Connecticut.
  • CentralWeather - You won't be surprised by the next storm if you keep an eye on CTCentral's weather service. The service offers seven-day forecasts, satellite and radar maps and current weather conditions at home and around the world. Radar maps update as often as hourly to keep track of advancing storms.
  • Ultimately, CTcentral is supposed to include the Journal Register Company's other Connecticut daily newspapers.
    GWCC Greater Waterbury Classic Concerts
    GWCC is a new, non-profit organization bringing beautiful chamber music to the Greater Waterbury area.
    Zoya Kalmanovsky, concert pianist and music teacher, formed Greater Waterbury Classic Concerts, Inc. with internationally known concert performer and Waterbury Symphony principal cellist, Thirzah Bendokas. The organization will produce a series of chamber music concerts featuring award winning, internationally known musicians as well as favorite performers from the local area.
    The Hartford Courant
    The only real newspaper in Connecticut.
    The Long Wharf Theater
    One of my favorite theaters in Connecticut, in New Haven.
    The Newtown Bee
    Newtown's Weekly Newspaper
    Connecticut Public Television and Radio
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    Jewish Resources in Connecticut

    Chavurat Achim
    Chavurat Achim is my newest baby. A group of friends concerned about the availability of egalitarian Jewish services in Waterbury decided in 5762 to start a small chavurah. We hope to have intimate services held about one Shabbat a month in our homes and provide minyanim, when needed in Waterbury, after Beth El moves out of town.
    Beth El Synagogue
    Beth El is the Conservative synagogue in Waterbury. I used to be belong to it; in fact, I used to be vice president, bulletin editor and a number of other things. It is planning to move to Southbury.
    B'nai Shalom Synagogue
    B'nai Shalom is the Orthodox synagogue in Waterbury, located on Roseland Avenue just a few blocks from where Beth El used to be.
    Congregation B'nai Israel
    B'nai Israel is a Reform congregation located in the western suburb of Southbury formed through the recent merger of Temple Israel and B'nai Chaim.
    The Jewish Federation of Greater Waterbury
    This is my home Federation. I've been heavily involved in it for many years in many capacities, including president.
    The Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life at the University of Connecticut
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    Miscellaneous Connecticut Resources

    The Connecticut Academy for Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology
    Connecticut's Best Restaurants
    The comprehensive dining directory for Connecticut.
    Connecticut Chess Magazine
    No longer distributed by mail, the electronic version is the only way to read Conecticut Chess Magazine.
    Connecticut Association of Nonprofits
    The Connecticut Guide
    Links to hundreds of Connecticut sites, including businesses, events, medical information, tourism and libraries.
    Connecticut Works
    The Talent Bank is an Internet labor exchange giving acess to thousands of candidates. Connecticut Works is a partnership among Connecticut's Department of Labor, Regional Workforce Development Boards and state and community organizations. It can also be reached by phone at 1-888-CT-WORKS.
    Department of Human Resources State Exam Listings
    Access and up-to-date information for job seekers.
    The String Doctor
    Steve Fredericksen repairs string instruments, conducts orchestras, produces dramatic productions and gives excellent advice on buying, selling and renting musical instruments. His workshop is located in Cheshire, but he repairs instruments from around the country.
    The University of Connecticut Center for Jewish Studies and Contemporary Jewish Live
    UConn/Waterbury
    The home page for the University of Connecticut campus located in the city Connecticut's governor calls the "center of the universe," just a few short blocks from the home he grew up in.
    Waterbury Hospital
    Waterbury Weather
    Up to the minute (well, not quite) weather information for Waterbury.
    Western Massachusetts and Connecticut Chess Page
    Designed by Anthony Sillars of Northampton Mass.
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    The Comedian: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

    Speaking to a reporter at the United Nations headquarters, Ban Ki-moon, apparently with a straight face, said: "I don't think there is discrimination against Israel at the United Nations."
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