News, Well Being / December 11, 2017 New Year: What Am I Making of Myself?

By Eric Faria

At the end of every December, it is common to reassess what the past 12 months have meant. It is also commonplace to set goals for the calendar year about to begin. If you take a moment to evaluate where you were one year ago and where you are now, is the balance positive or...

Culinary // Food, News / December 10, 2017 Boozy Rice Pudding

By Alicia Ghio

I don’t make or even eat rice pudding very often. I am not sure why; it’s certainly easy to make and even easier to eat. There’s something about it that is unpretentious and yet so satisfying. It takes me back to childhood and those simpler times. This holiday season I decided to create a “grown...

Columns, News, What You Should Know / December 10, 2017 Boost Your Spirits But Know Your Limits Alcohol and The Holidays: What You Need to Know

By Terry Budlong

Most people like to celebrate during the holidays by drinking, but we often put ourselves and others at risk because we aren’t aware of how alcohol affects us. Alcohol impairs decision-making ability and our driving skills long before we show physical signs of intoxication. Did you know that one 5-ounce glass of wine can take...

Xchange Fest Connects Skate Community to Faith

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Xchange Fest Connects Skate Community to Faith

By Angela Barbosa

  Food, live music, a DJ, a pro skating show and gospel preaching, a combination that it is unusual to find, was offered at the Getsêmani Church Xchange Youth group festival in Danbury, showing an innovative way the local skate communities can connect to Jesus. The three-day fest was held at the Danbury Green, with the special participation of Christian pro skaters Shaun Hover, Christian Hosoi and Jud Heald, who arrived earlier to build the skate ramp for…

Martin g. Morgado Promoted to Savings Bank of Danbury President and CEO

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Martin g. Morgado Promoted to Savings Bank of Danbury President and CEO

By Tribuna Staff

Savings Bank of Danbury announced the appointment of Martin G. Morgado to president and chief executive officer. Mr. Morgado joined Savings Bank of Danbury in July 2001 as Vice President of Retail Lending, and in 2007, assumed management responsibility for the mortgage banking division. He played a key role in the Bank’s acquisition of Stamford…

The Universe Club Celebrates the National Pathfinder Day

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The Universe Club Celebrates the National Pathfinder Day

By Mariana Silva

  The Universe Pathfinder Club celebrated National Pathfinder Day on September 24. Pathfinders is a worldwide organization of young people sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which has worked since 1950 to promote the cultural, social and religious education of children and teenagers ranging from 10 to 15 years old. Children, youth, adults and special guests like Representative of the Consulate General of Brazil in…

The Story of KARINA PARR

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The Story of KARINA PARR

By Maria Danniella Gutiérrez- Salem

The United States is perhaps the country with the largest Hispanic community in the world. Mexicans, due to geographical and economic factors, are the largest Hispanic group. By welcoming its workforce, the doors to their cuisine, music and traditions are also opened. Our interviewee was born in Mexico City, but came to the United States when she was only 18 years old in search of her American dream….

The Rat Pack Together Again

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The Rat Pack Together Again

By Tribuna Staff

The Rat Pack Together Again will take you back to a time when seeing Frank, Dean and Sammy in Las Vegas was the ultimate event in show business! Starring Tony Sands, Johnny Petillo and Geno Monroe—these three acclaimed performers embody the music, comedy and camaraderie of the legendary trio. The show has gotten great reviews! The New York Post raved, ”The vocals…

Simple Ways Parents Can Ease Children Back Into School

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Simple Ways Parents Can Ease Children Back Into School

By Jyoti Kelkar

Excitement and dread are common feelings for both children and parents when back-to-school season arrives. No matter how much they look forward to seeing friends and wearing a new school wardrobe, children are often afraid of the changes a new school year brings. Fortunately, parents can do a lot to ease the transition from summer to school. Establish a routine. While summer is in…

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