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What's Happening in CT 10/17 - 10/20

Thursday, October 17th, 2019:

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How about check out a newly released movie this weekend!
You can also check this link out for a ton more events all around CT!
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What's Happening in CT 2/20/20 - 2/23/20

Thursday, February 20th, 2020:

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Check out a newly released movie such as:
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What's Happening in CT 11/15 - 11/17

Friday, November 15th 2019:


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Find more things to do this weekend here!


How about see a newly released movie like these:

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What's Happening in CT 12/13 - 12/15

Friday, December 13th 2019:

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Sunday, December 15th, 2019:

Miss America 2020, December 15 - 19 The competition follows 51 compelling candidates as they compete for life-changing scholarships to be used to continue their efforts towards community service and education. The show will continue to highlight a diverse group of young students and professionals who are advancing the message of female strength, independence, and empowerment through their efforts in the areas of scholarship, talent and social impact. The Miss America Organization has ushered in a new era of progressiveness and inclusiveness, led by an all-female leadership team. Times vary, $75-$100 Mohegan Sun, 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd. Uncasville, CT

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What's Happening in CT - 4/20-4/22

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What's Happening in CT - 5/4-5/6

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Here's whats going on this weekend (11/14-11/16)

Hey Everyone!
Last week, I submitted a broken down weekend event list from my little newsletter and most people seemed to enjoy it. This week I tried to out-do myself and put >10 hours into compiling everything below. TBH it ended up looking like a subtle Mohegan Sun advertisement, but I guess that's what happens when you live in a small state with 2 competing casinos. I'll aim for a little more diversification next week (feel free to add more events in the comments as well and I will add them up here). Have a great weekend!
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Friday November 14th

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Saturday November 15

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Sunday November 16th

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What's going on in CT this weekend 5/9-5/10

Hello Reddeticut!
Another week another, well... poorly formatted list of events! It's kind of a light weekend, but that also means less casino stuff and more from around the rest of the state (that should make a few of you pretty happy.) Mother's day is on Sunday and it looks like the vineyards and live music brunches are showing up in force! If there's anything I'm missing (especially for Mother's day), please feel free to add it in the comments so nobody misses out. Last but not least, if you've been enjoying these and want to support the project, please consider joining the weekly newsletter at NoPlansNoProblem.com and sharing it with your friends. I've got a lot of plans in the coming months, and all your support means a ton!
As always, have a great weekend!

Friday, May 8th

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Saturday, May 9th

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Sunday, May 10th – Mother’s Day

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Family

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What are your thoughts of Asians and their culture of gambling?

Let me preface by saying that I've gotten heavily interested in "western" card games called NHLE/PLO (respectively, No Limit Hold 'Em, Pot-limit Omaha...with basic understanding of PLO8/Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-lo) for the past 8 months or so when my friend (who is non-Asian if that matters) got me comp'd into a charity poker event for his town's community youth organization/center. I've learned Chinese poker from him, but I don't know how to play any Chinese/Asian card games or Mahjong, nor do I really care or have an interest to learn. On the whim, being tired of playing casual heads-up/short-handed home poker games with friends, pub poker tournaments, and online, I decided to make a trek by myself to play 1-2 NLHE down at Foxwoods, the largest casino in the eastern hemisphere located in Connecticut, or a ~two-hour bus ride from Boston for me.
For those who aren't familiar, up in the Northeast there are "Chinatown buses" from Boston and NYC area that shuttle folks to Foxwoods, which was my first choice because of the lower fare cost (~$15 round-trip which includes a meal voucher and $45 match-play coupon) but unfortunately was sold out to a casino in RI, was constricted to a five-hour playing window, and I didn't want to wait two hours for one departing for Mohegan Sun (another adjacent casino to Foxwoods in CT, a 20 minute drive away). I booked a last-minute one-way ticket with Greyhound instead leaving me with an open window for my return trip instead. After I busted two bullets (poker term for or two buy-ins), I had a lot of reflections and introspection about my game-play, but more specifically, I had more the culture of gambling with Asians.
As for family, for which we are of Chinese heritage, and gambling, my father plays Chinese card games and baccarat and my dad's obsession with gambling was a catalyst for my mom's divorce against him; my mother would scold him for taking me to the Chinatown gambling parlors when I was a kid. For my community, I grew up in a large population ethnic immigrant Chinese folks, and it's not uncommon to see grandma's playing Mahjong for pennies, to seeing my neighbor's mom in Chinatown going to the gambling parlor. My grandpa gambles everyday at his family association. My uncle before becoming half-paralyzed played OTB, and his wife's, my aunt by marriage, parents work at one of the aforementioned casinos. My aunt in the PNW is a blackjack dealer.
Now a while back, when I played in a pub poker league tournament, after busting-out, I got into a chat an old lady where we talked about our respective lives and why we played, me playing online, why she didn't, and what stakes we won't play. I talked about how Chinese/Asians love to play big games (Pai Gow poker) against the bankehouse, while contrasting my reasons for liking Hold 'Em. The conversation at one point shifted towards her essentially asking, "why do Asians love to gamble so much?" An innocent but genuinely question out of curiosity that struck and made a lasting impression on me since then.
Being of Chinese heritage, and in an enivornment of relevency, I suppose I was a person to answer such question. My recollected thoughts... I answered with the encounter I had with a Fasten driver (an ride-share underdog to UbeLyft) around that time earlier. In that conversation for which we both spoke Cantonese, we talked about mutual Chinese heritage and what my parent's did for a living, where we both lived, but more specifically, I told him about my parent's divorce and how gambling was a catalyst for divorce. Hearing me out, he address the "issue" with grace by speaking on the collective behalf of blue-collar immigrants who work in restaurants and whatnot, for which he did and my father did, that there wasn't much of an outlet for entertainment/socializing after work, especially working erratic hours and schedules. He made the comparison that they can't go to the local cinema/theater and enjoy an American movie, referencing the cultural differences that confine them into their ethnic enclaves.
During that Fasten ride with the middle-aged Chinese father-driver (about my dad's age), who also tried to recruit my father to drive for the company, opened up my worldview about the possible reasons why a majority Chinese, with our particular interest, why immigrant Chinese in America, like to gamble. I amassed more empathetic and compassion for the plight of Chinese immigrants and their lack of post-work social outlets. I loosened up to having animosity toward my dad for gambling so much when I was younger, which I was influenced by my mother's inappropriate complaints at the dinner-table of just us about my father. And of course, now that I've recently got interested in card games on my initiative, I am less (hypo)critical about my dad's gambling.
With respects Asian gamblers in my observation, for Texas Hold 'Em, I've noticed at my recent trip to Foxwoods and before that the handful of trips to New Hampshire card-rooms (there are no legal card-rooms in the Commonwealth of MA) that I see a lot of Asian players make blatantly "gamble-y" plays. With coach buses departing at various hours of the day from Chinatown and Chinese enclave towns/communities, there's opportunity and demand to from Asians to gamble. My Caucasian friend who re-introduced me to poker made a stereotypical joke about Asians and how they like love to gamble, nonetheless the lady from pub poker who were curious about the why of Chinese and their gambling habits. It is recognized as a fact that there is a disproportionate amount of Asian gamblers relative to their American counterparts with pathological gambling addictions,, but many do not seek help for gambling addictions. And I believe the resources and mental health professionals are far and few for Asian gamblers.
Anyways, I have never seen much, if any at all, discussion or articles about Asians and gambling on this sub but I believe it's an important topic worthy of discussion. I do wonder about the other fathers, mothers, relatives, or even yourself, who has an interest in gambling. Has it been a catalyst for familial dis-harmonies as it did for mine? Did it spur you to get interested in gambling yourself? What are y'alls thoughts on the cultural factors for Asians and gambling? How was your childhood shaped by a family member who was severely addicted to gambling, or was it a casual affair? All and any discussions relevant to Asians and gambling are welcomed. So let's discuss.
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Here's whats going on this weekend (11/8-11/9)

Started putting these event lists together for friends and family a few weeks ago because the ones I was being sent were terrible and boring. Figured I'd share it here as well.
edit: This went over way better than I expected! I got a few requests to keep doing this, so I'll plan on posting again next week. Hope a few of you were able to find something fun to do this weekend!

Saturday

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Sunday

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  • Wicked Hartford The Bushnell 1pm $60
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[Boston Globe, Paywall] Dustin Pedroia progressing well from knee surgery, and more.

Dustin Pedroia progressing well from knee surgery
By Peter Abraham
JANUARY 18, 2018
Dustin Pedroia was in New York on Thursday for a follow-up exam by his surgeon, Dr. Riley Williams III. He was cleared to start running, a positive step as he returns from cartilage restoration surgery on his left knee.
When that surgery was done in October the Red Sox said they did not expect their second baseman to return to the majors until late May or early June. That hasn’t changed despite Pedroia suggesting to WEEI.com last week that he could be ready for Opening Day.
“We’re not pushing for [Opening Day]. It’s more important he follows the step-by-step. You run, then you cut and pick up the pace,” president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said.
The Sox, in fact, told Pedroia not attend this weekend’s event at Foxwoods Resort Casino out of fear somebody would accidentally jostle his knee.
Righthander Steven Wright had the same procedure by the same surgeon on May 8 and it wasn’t until the fall that his knee felt normal. Wright has since started a throwing program and is expected to be ready for Opening Day.
Eduardo Rodriguez, who had surgery on his right knee on Oct. 17, has started throwing but will not be fully cleared before spring training. The hope remains that he will be major league-ready at some point in April.
Benintendi in limbo Andrew Benintendi is temporarily without an agent after Jason Wood was fired by the Career Sports Entertainment Talent agency earlier this month and suspended by the MLB Players Association.
Benintendi has been flooded with calls from would-be representatives. He has referred the inquiries to his father, Chris. The elder Benintendi is an attorney in Cincinnati.
“I’m going through that process right now,” Benintendi said. “We’ll see.”
Benintendi could select another agent from CSE Talent or join a different firm.
Benintendi also cut his long hair after the season. It’s long enough for some product but well off his ears. Maybe he’ll be faster.
“I had to go to a few weddings this offseason so I didn’t want to deal with that,” Benintendi said. “I knew that question was coming.”
Manager Alex Cora approved.
“Very sharp, very clean,” he said.
Johnson seeks role Lefthander Brian Johnson recently had surgery to correct a deviated septum, a holdover from his being struck in the face by a line drive in 2012.
“Now I can breathe again,” Johnson said. “I’m glad I had it done.”
Johnson, 27, is out of minor league options and will arrive at spring training knowing he has to make the team or be designated for assignment. He is likely to work as a relief pitcher for the first time in his career.
Robby Scott and rookie Williams Jerez are the only lefthanded relievers on the 40-man roster. Dombrowski said no decisions have been made, but indications are the Sox view Johnson as a reliever with Roenis Elias and Hector Velazquez serving as starter depth in Triple A.
“I haven’t heard a thing,” Johnson said. “I want to pitch in the majors and I’m open to whatever.”
Dombrowski claimed that obtaining a veteran lefthanded reliever via trade or free agency was not a priority.
Taking harder line The Sox are preparing for a February arbitration hearing with Mookie Betts. The sides could not come to an agreement in the right fielder’s first year of arbitration eligibility.
Betts is seeking $10.5 million with the team offering $7.5 million. Under arbitration rules, a panel will choose one of the proposals.
Dombrowski said the sides would almost surely go to the hearing. His general policy is to go to a hearing if no agreement is made by the deadline. The Sox won a case against lefthanded reliever Fernando Abad last year, beating him out of $700,000.
Spring TV plans NESN will televise 20 spring training games, six on Boston 25 WFTX. That is a new partnership for NESN.
The 20 games are the most for NESN since 1997. The schedule starts on Feb. 22 with the doubleheader against Northeastern and Boston College.
ESPN also picked up the March 23 game against the Yankees in Tampa and the March 27 game at home against the Cubs.
Red Sox spring training TV schedule Home games at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla.
Date Opponent Time (TV)
Thur., Feb. 22 vs. Northeastern 1 p.m. (Fox)
Thur., Feb. 22 vs. Boston College 3:30 p.m. (Fox)
Sat., Feb. 24 vs. Tampa Bay 1 p.m. (NESN)
Sun., Feb. 25 vs. Baltimore 1 p.m. (NESN)
Tue., Feb. 27 at Minnesota 6 p.m. (NESN Plus)
Thur., March 1 at Houston 1 p.m. (Fox)
Sat., March 3 vs. NY Yankees 1 p.m. (NESN)
Sun., March 4 at Baltimore 1 p.m. (NESN)
Thur., March 8 vs. Tampa Bay 1 p.m. (Fox)
Sat., March 10 at Minnesota 1 p.m. (NESN Plus)
Sun., March 11 vs. Baltimore 1 p.m. (NESN)
Thur., March 15 vs. Toronto 1 p.m. (Fox)
Fri., March 16 vs. Minnesota 6 p.m. (NESN)
Sat., March 17 vs. Tampa Bay 1 p.m. (NESN)
Sun., March 18 at Pittsburgh 1 p.m. (NESN)
Thur., March 22 at Baltimore 1 p.m. (Fox)
Sat., March 24 vs. Houston 1 p.m. (NESN)
Sun., March 25 at Minnesota 1 p.m. (NESN)
Mon., March 26 vs. Chicago Cubs 6 p.m. (NESN)
Tue., March 27 vs. Chicago Cubs 1 p.m. (NESN)
Awards night
Benintendi was on hand to receive the Harry Agganis Award as Red Sox rookie of the year at the 79th annual Boston BBWAA dinner.
Jackie Bradley Jr. (Defensive player of the year), Christian Vazquez (Unsung Hero), Johnson (Lou Gorman Award for persistence), Scott (Tim Wakefield Award for community service) and Brandon Workman (Comeback Player) also attended.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman received his MLB Executive of the Year award. Colorado Rockies reliever Chad Bettis was the Tony Conigliaro Award winner for his determination in overcoming cancer. Houston’s A.J. Hinch, named the MLB manager of the year, was unable to attend the dinner.
Tim Wakefield was the winner of the Fuchs Memorial Award for long and meritorious service to baseball.
The BBWAA presented Sean McAdam with the Dave O’Hara Award for long and meritorious service. McAdam has covered the Sox for the Providence Journal, Boston Herald, and now Boston Sports Journal.
The BBWAA also recognized retired MLB executive Phyllis Merhige and long-time Sox traveling secretary Jack McCormick.
The Sports Museum gave a lifetime achievement award to Lisa Scherber, the Jimmy Fund’s director of patient and family programs.
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