Cover / June 6, 2018 Family Fun Under the Connecticut Sun 2018

By Tribuna Staff

Warmer weather and brighter, longer days provide the perfect opportunity for getting out and experiencing all the new events and activities around the state. Unwind with a relaxing outing and savor the tranquility of the season or step it up with some spectacular summer adventures. Here’s a list of spots across the state to bound...

American Dream Series, News / June 6, 2018 The Story of Elmer Palma

By Maria Danniella Gutiérrez- Salem Foreign Lawyer – Venezuela

Our interviewee today is a very active member of our community. His name is Elmer Palma. Tell me how you started your life in the United States? “I think I should say the usual phrase that it was not easy. It seems incredible how 28 years have passed since I arrived in Stamford, Connecticut, from...

Politics / June 6, 2018 Connecticut’s Lieutenant Governor Primaries Confront Gender, Generation and Race

By Mark Pazniokas | CTMirror.org

The office is derided as a spare part of government, a job with few duties other than being available should the boss go ill or worse. But primaries for lieutenant governor in Connecticut are asking Democrats and Republicans to think about their openness and appeal to millennials and minorities in a decidedly unsettled election cycle....

Cachaça – Catching the spirit of Brazil

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Columns, Little Brazil

Cachaça – Catching the spirit of Brazil

By Karla Rensch

Brazilian cachaça, (a distilled spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice), is widely known as a quality alcoholic beverage that has prevailed as an export around the world. In 2017, according to the Brazilian Institute of Cachaça (IBRAC) and the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, the United States is still the main market for…

Community Action Agency Hosts 4th Annual Wine Tasting

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Agenda, Culture & Lifestyle

Community Action Agency Hosts 4th Annual Wine Tasting

By Tribuna Staff

The Community Action Agency of Western Connecticut, Inc. (CAAWC) will host its 4th Annual Wine Tasting on Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 6 PM to 9 PM at Tarrywile Mansion, located at 70 Southern Boulevard in Danbury. This exciting evening will feature exceptional wines and beers provided by New Fairfield’s Heritage Wine & Liquors and…

The Story of DAYANA DELIMA

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American Dream Series

The Story of DAYANA DELIMA

By Maria Danniella Gutiérrez- Salem Foreign Lawyer – Venezuela

Our interviewee is from Recife, the capital of Pernambuco State in Brazil. Her name is Dayane DeLima. She came to the United States in 2001. Tell me the beginning of your story in the United States. “The beginning was a bit complicated, but with a happy ending. My sister had a very successful business in…

New Milford-Based Ministry to Hold Gala for Dominican Republic Relief

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News

New Milford-Based Ministry to Hold Gala for Dominican Republic Relief

By Ryan Stewart

Diana Bryant Ministries, an independent church and non-profit outreach organization from New Milford, will be holding a fundraiser gala to benefit a city in the Dominican Republic on Saturday, June 2, at Danbury’s Amber Room Colonnade. The gala, entitled “We Are Barahona,” and organized by the organization’s overseas humanitarian relief program, Hope In Action, will…

What to Know About Seasonal Allergies and Your Eyes

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Health

What to Know About Seasonal Allergies and Your Eyes

By StatePoint

Suffering from itchy, watery eyes? You may have ocular allergies or you could have another issue entirely, such as chronic dry eyes. Experts say that getting the correct diagnosis is the only way to treat symptoms properly. “Chronic dry eye often mimics the symptoms of seasonal allergies and must be approached entirely differently,” says Arian…

Creamy Mojo Criollo

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Culinary // Food, Culture & Lifestyle

Creamy Mojo Criollo

By Alicia ghio

This recipe is a creamy twist on a traditional Cuban garlic sauce known as mojo criollo. For a traditional mojo criollo, there are a few basic ingredients you can always count on: sour orange juice, fresh garlic, and salt. Optional herbs and spices include oregano, paprika, cumin and black pepper. It can also be made…

The Opioid Crisis in America

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What You Should Know

The Opioid Crisis in America

By Valerie B. Calistro, Esq. Managing Partner, Ventura Law

It’s estimated that more than 55,000 Americans die each year from a drug overdose, which has become the leading cause of death among individuals under the age of 50. Sixty percent of these deaths are caused by opioids. The rise in fatalities over the past 15 years has been staggering – a greater than three-fold…

Drug and Alcohol Abuse: A Growing Problem for Those Growing Old

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Health

Drug and Alcohol Abuse: A Growing Problem for Those Growing Old

By StatePoint

Misuse and abuse of drugs and alcohol among the elderly is one of the fastest-growing health problems in the United States, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), yet it can often be mistaken for normal aging behavior. The statistics are alarming: according to The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug…

Thoughts on Danbury Public Schools and Educational Equity—Now Is the Time to Share Your Ideas

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Kids & Family

Thoughts on Danbury Public Schools and Educational Equity—Now Is the Time to Share Your Ideas

By Anne E. Mead, Ed. D.

The Danbury Public Schools (DPS) have been given funding by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation to do a yearlong project to discover the root cause of educational disparity or gaps. What are the challenges students face during their education journey and what gaps or barriers stand in their way? How can DPS make learning accessible…

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