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  1. Bartender Gets Burned While Margarita Making

    Bartender Gets Burned While Margarita Making

    While sharks and sunburn may seem like the more obvious perils of summer, there's another danger that's lurking: margarita making. The Atlantic recently reported on the case of a bartender who ended up with large blisters, simply from squeezing limes and being in the sun.According to The Atlantic, in June, Justin Fehntrich was bartending for a fundraiser on a Fire Island estate, and ...

  2. Norwalk PD Congratulates Officers Of The Month

    Norwalk PD Congratulates Officers Of The Month

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Department of Police Service recently recognized four as its Officers of the Month for June: Sergeant Garrett Kruger, Officer Gabe DeMott, Officer Ricky Montanez and Officer Andy Mancini. Kruger and DeMott were recognized for capturing an armed robbery suspect on June 27. Mancini and DeMott were recognized for apprehending a stabbing suspect on June 8. ...

  3. General Mills Recalls Flour, Betty Crocker Cake Mixes

    General Mills Recalls Flour, Betty Crocker Cake Mixes

    General Mills recalled batches of several types of flour, and it's now expanding the recall to include two types of cake mixes that used that flour.The new recall includes the Betty Crocker Super Moist Carrot Cake Mix and Super Moist Party Rainbow Chip Cake Mix.State and federal authorities are researching 38 illnesses across 20 states related to a specific type of E. coli -- E. coli ...

  4. MAD Magazine Cartoonist To Describe Creative Process In Norwalk

    MAD Magazine Cartoonist To Describe Creative Process In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Syndicated cartoonist Maria Scrivan will speak at the Norwalk Public Library on Wednesday, July 13.Scrivan will share her funniest cartoons from her newspaper comic "Half Full" in a highly visual and entertaining presentation. She will also discuss her career as a syndicated cartoonist and licensing artist, her work for MAD Magazine, and the appearance of her ...

  5. Senior Dog Missing In Norwalk

    Senior Dog Missing In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk residents are looking for their missing Australian Shepherd mix, Brody, who was last seen on Scribner Heights and Spicewood Road.Brody is a large senior dog, with long, reddish-brown hair. He has urinary incontinence and suffers from irritable bowel if he eats kibble. He's on a raw diet.Brody has been missing since July 4. If you have any information, call ...

  6. Flags Lowered As Connecticut Leaders Express Outrage Over Police Shootings

    Flags Lowered As Connecticut Leaders Express Outrage Over Police Shootings

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Gov. Dannel Malloy announced Friday that all U.S. and state flags in Connecticut should be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of Thursday night’s deadly attack in Dallas on police officers.Flags should remain at half-staff until sunset on Tuesday, July 12, in accordance with a proclamation from President Barack Obama. As a peaceful protest over fatal ...

  7. Monkeys, Humans Both Monkey Around Less With Age

    Monkeys, Humans Both Monkey Around Less With Age

    While none of the subjects were heard to utter "Get off my lawn!" older monkeys observed in a recent study shared a variety of traits with older humans, the New York Times recently reported.Researchers studied over 100 Barbary macaque monkeys with a large age range, from 4 to 29, which one researcher said is about 105 in human years. And those primates shared some familiar ...

  8. Shakespeare On The Sound Brings 'Hamlet' For 21st Anniversary Production

    Shakespeare On The Sound Brings 'Hamlet' For 21st Anniversary Production

    ROWAYTON, Conn. -- For its 21st anniversary production, Shakespeare on the Sound is performing "Hamlet" in Rowayton's Pinkney Park, through Sunday, July 3.Claire Shannon Kelly of New Canaan is the director. Admission is free on Wednesday and Thursday -- though donations are accepted. On Fridays through Sundays, admission is $20, and kids under 12 are free. Bring your own ...

  9. Is Starbucks Underfilling Lattes? Judge Allows Lawsuit Arguing Just That

    Is Starbucks Underfilling Lattes? Judge Allows Lawsuit Arguing Just That

    A federal judge in California has allowed most of a class-action lawsuit against Starbucks -- alleging that the coffee giant purposely underfills lattes -- to continue, the New York Times has reported. The judge said that the alleged deception wasn't implausible by law and that a jury should decide the issue, according to the Times. The plaintiffs also asserted that in 2009, the company ...

  10. Don't Be Surprised If Your Child Is Phone Sick At Camp

    Don't Be Surprised If Your Child Is Phone Sick At Camp

    Summer camps have always caused a bit of separation anxiety for some kids and parents, but tech-dependence has added a new facet, an article by the New York Times reports.It can be a jarring experience for both kids and parents accustomed to regular check-ins, but putting the devices down can both help kids enjoy the camp experience more, and help them learn better interpersonal skills, ...

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