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Daniel Chong-Jimenez and Joshua Barber, culinary arts students at Manchester Community College.
Living Reporter and Theatre Critic
Tim covers leisure and arts, and he is also a theater critic. He interned for the JI in 2015, and was hired in 2016. Tim graduated from UConn, Central College of McPherson, Kansas, and American Musical & Dramatic Academy. His favorite movie is “Jaws.”
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