The study on the affordability gap was conducted by Operation Fuel, which provides energy assistance programs in Connecticut. Representatives from the program joined state legislators to present the findings.
Zamir Chorale of Boston is a 50-member chorus that strives to introduce audiences to Jewish culture by performing a wide repertory. Today's Beautiful Music is a playlist of some of Zamir Chorale's music.
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