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Winners, Losers and Why?'s of the NHL Trade Deadine

As we close out the month of February we start moving closer to the most exciting part of hockey all season, the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  That being said we also now see a better picture of which teams will be competing for Lord Stanley come April and which teams are already looking towards the summer months to rebuild their respective franchises.   1,944 more words

Coyotes

Coyote sightings have West Haven residents on edge


WEST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Coyotes have been caught on camera lurking in the night in West Haven.

Ashley Greenwood has seen coyotes in her residential neighborhood and that has her on edge. 325 more words

Connecticut

Stop Coyote Killings

A city voted to trap and kill numerous coyotes. Not only is this incredibly cruel, but mass killings are an ineffective method of population control. Sign this petition and demand the city reverse its decision.

Source: Stop Coyote Killings

Petitions

Notes on Narratively, the Fine Line Between Getting Lost in a Story and Losing Interest in a Story

For class this week, I got to explore the website Narratively and read countless stories from people of all walks of life in narratives that varied and included some of everything. 742 more words

Sundown Singing

This is what we hear when the sun goes down.  I don’t have a camera with a good microphone, so you may have to turn the sound up to hear what we hear. 39 more words

Homesteading/Farming

Beautiful Creatures

You know…I rarely cry when I listen to people telling me tragic stories. I easily sympathize, but I struggle to empathize. Yet show me an emotional documentary or movie or TV show, and the tears will stream down my face before you can say the word heartless. 193 more words

Poetry

GloucesterCast 219 with Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 2/22/17

GloucesterCast 219 with Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 2/22/17

 https://goodmorninggloucester.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/gloucestercast022217.mp3

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Joey Ciaramitaro