Rev. Peyton preaches the blues on Nov. 17

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Country blues is a music genre with deep roots in America. There are scads of now-standard songs from this well-spring of American music. And most young blues musicians will revisit those classics, paying homage to artists like Robert Johnson, Howling Wolf, and Muddy Waters. The Rev. Peyton is a walking … Continue reading “Rev. Peyton preaches the blues on Nov. 17”

Rev. Peyton preaches the blues on Nov. 17

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Country blues is a music genre with deep roots in America. There are scads of now-standard songs from this well-spring of American music. And most young blues musicians will revisit those classics, paying homage to artists like Robert Johnson, Howling Wolf, and Muddy Waters. The Rev. Peyton is a walking … Continue reading “Rev. Peyton preaches the blues on Nov. 17”

Boys soccer: Overtime is the name of the game in City Series

By MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   BRISTOL – What would the encore be between the Bristol Eastern and Bristol Central boys soccer teams on Monday, Nov. 4? How about more overtime? And while the teams couldn’t settle their differences after 80 minutes in the rematch between the squads, two five minute periods were added to … Continue reading “Boys soccer: Overtime is the name of the game in City Series”

Boys soccer: Overtime is the name of the game in City Series

By MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   BRISTOL – What would the encore be between the Bristol Eastern and Bristol Central boys soccer teams on Monday, Nov. 4? How about more overtime? And while the teams couldn’t settle their differences after 80 minutes in the rematch between the squads, two five minute periods were added to … Continue reading “Boys soccer: Overtime is the name of the game in City Series”

Nutmeg Symphony announces concerts; plays Sunday at 3 p.m.

Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra has announced its upcoming series of four concerts. Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 3:00 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Bristol’s Tracy Norkun will be featured performing Migot’s Sonata for Flute and Piano with Bridget de Moura Castro. The chamber music concert is a rare opportunity to hear music by the French master Georges Migot … Continue reading “Nutmeg Symphony announces concerts; plays Sunday at 3 p.m.”

Gridiron Preview: Bristol teams to face tough foes

by MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   BRISTOL – We’re getting close to Thanksgiving and Week 9 of the scholastic football season encompasses three stern challenges. The outfit from Bristol Central is home to square off against Conard from West Hartford while the program at Bristol Eastern is on the road for a battle against South … Continue reading “Gridiron Preview: Bristol teams to face tough foes”

Gridiron Preview: Bristol teams to face tough foes

by MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   BRISTOL – We’re getting close to Thanksgiving and Week 9 of the scholastic football season encompasses three stern challenges. The outfit from Bristol Central is home to square off against Conard from West Hartford while the program at Bristol Eastern is on the road for a battle against South … Continue reading “Gridiron Preview: Bristol teams to face tough foes”

Girls volleyball: Local teams use CCC tourney as tune-up for states

By MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   Both the volleyball programs from Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern were involved with the recent 2019 Central Connecticut Conference Tournament Championship. And for the squads, it was a chance for a little tune-up before the Class L championships commenced. The Rams, ranked sixth in the CCC fray, were eliminated … Continue reading “Girls volleyball: Local teams use CCC tourney as tune-up for states”

Girls volleyball: Local teams use CCC tourney as tune-up for states

By MICHAEL LETENDRE SPORTS WRITER   Both the volleyball programs from Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern were involved with the recent 2019 Central Connecticut Conference Tournament Championship. And for the squads, it was a chance for a little tune-up before the Class L championships commenced. The Rams, ranked sixth in the CCC fray, were eliminated … Continue reading “Girls volleyball: Local teams use CCC tourney as tune-up for states”