Walt Scadden is a Connecticut-based historian, researcher and storyteller. His books remind us of why it's important to keep local history alive so that our stories won't be "torn from the book and tossed to the winds.".
Throughout its 54+ year history, Connecticut’s Little Theatre of Manchester has staged nearly 300 community productions. Key to it’s success is the set construction crew, a group of dedicated volunteers who plan and build the scenery for the theater’s five annual plays. This is the story of how they made the set for South Pacific during the summer of 2014.
The Appledore II is an 86-foot schooner that sails out of Camden, ME in the summer and Key West, FL in the winter. This video is a collection of black and white images that offers an intimate and contemplative portrait of the wooden windjammer, its crew and passengers.