In part three of A Diaspora in Focus, the CT Mirror highlights Connecticut residents from Southeast Asia.
In part two of A Diaspora in Focus, the CT Mirror highlights CT residents from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
We interviewed one CT resident from each Asian ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. Today, meet residents with roots in East Asia.
Yale architecture students are building a home they designed, intended for early childhood teachers at the Friends Center for Children.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s inaugural ball at The Bushnell in Hartford took place Wednesday night, with friends, family and dignitaries in attendance.
The CT Mirror photographed and interviewed an Afghan family over nine months as they resettled in the United States. See their journey here.
On the last night of the 2022 legislative session, weary legislators left signs of their efforts in the House chambers.
Gregory Brooks was one of the residents who was forced to leave the Quinnipiac Valley Center nursing home in March. Here’s his story.
The Connecticut General Assembly gaveled into session on Wednesday with the first order of business being the governor’s State of the State address.
Some would call Appletree a world market. But for customers, many of whom are immigrants, Appletree offers flavors of home.
As the hot weather persisted across Connecticut this week, people took advantage of city parks and splash pads.
The outdoors experience is aligned with the TheaterWorks production’s intention: to encourage the audience to care about the Earth.
It’s not just about the cars. It’s about the stories. And they’re all on display on Wednesday nights in Windsor.
On a pleasant summer day, people and vehicles are on the move around Hartford’s Union Station.