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  • Craig Robinson and the Nasty Delicious at Foxwoods' Fox Theater on Nov. 19

    Craig Robinson and the Nasty Delicious at Foxwoods' Fox Theater on Nov. 19
    Comedian Craig Robinson is one talented dude. If you've been watching him on "The Office" for the past several years, you know that not only is he funny, he's also a great musician. Fitting then that he'll be performing this weekend at Foxwoods with his...
  • Readers' Most Dreaded Intersections

    Exit 29 off Route 91 North is a disaster - I try and avoid it in bad weather. – - Anonymous, Mansfield The intersection at Cook Avenue and Hanover Street in Meriden is extremely dangerous. There are accidents there regularly. Both streets turn into...
  • A Facebook campaign alleges racism at a Preston nightclub

    A Facebook campaign alleges racism at a Preston nightclub
    The Brookside Café is located in the small southeastern Connecticut town of Preston, but it’s getting a pretty big reputation for alleged discrimination against gays and minorities. It also turns out to have connections to some interesting folks up...
  • Clown-O-Meter: Derby man accidentally elected into office

    Clown-O-Meter:  Derby man accidentally elected into office
    - Some disabled folks are angry over Gov. Dannel Malloy's Thanksgiving message in which he wrote of those "afflicted with handicaps that make their lives immeasurably difficult" and gave thanks for service providers who "bring them hope where maybe they...
  • Traveling the National Road in Ohio

    Traveling the National Road in Ohio
    BLAINE, Ohio — The Blaine Hill Bridge is a monument to Ohio's past. The 385-foot, brick-paved bridge in Belmont County is also a surviving link to the historical National Road. It dates to 1828 and is the oldest surviving bridge in the Buckeye...
  • Trooper Who Earned $124,000 A Target Of Food Stamp Probe

    Trooper Who Earned $124,000 A Target Of Food Stamp Probe
    A 13-year state police trooper who earned more than $124,000 last year is among the state employees — including three other troopers — under investigation for allegedly filing a fraudulent food stamp application following Tropical Storm Irene....
  • Veterans Affairs department sides with gay and lesbians in court brief

    Veterans Affairs department sides with gay and lesbians in court brief
    For the first time, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has officially sided with a lesbian veteran seeking equal benefits for her spouse. On June 11, the VA filed a 59-page brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims in Washington, D.C.,...
  • Trial and error at the Ivoryton Playhouse

    Trial and error at the Ivoryton Playhouse
    Theater Steel Magnolias: In the world of Truvy's local-homegrown beauty salon, six very different women come together to share their secrets, fears and love for one another while engaging the audience in hysterical and neighborly gossip. Sat., 8 p.m.,...
  • Unemployment down, but don't get too excited

    Unemployment down, but don't get too excited
    Good story in today's Courant by the very talented Mara Lee. She writes that the unemployment rate in Connecticut dropped to 8.2 percent, the lowest it's been since 2009. That's the good news. The bad news, if Lee's subject is any indication, is that...
  • At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog

    At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog
    It’s been featured on the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” and recognized by “Every Day with Rachael Ray” magazine. But now the two-foot hot dog that put Doogie’s on the map is no longer. The legendary hot dog is a...
  • Why Do The Designs Of Our Roads Consistently Ignore The Safety Needs Of Pedestrians?

    Why Do The Designs Of Our Roads Consistently Ignore The Safety Needs Of Pedestrians?
    The good news is that none of Connecticut's metro areas rank among the nation's most dangerous places for people to walk on the roads, according to a new study of pedestrian deaths. (Trust me — you do not want to walk on the road in Orlando, or just...
  • CIAC Championships, Final Poll

    State Open: Team, Fairfield Prep; individual, Connor Rog Class LL: Fairifleld Prep; Rog Class L: Darien; Harry Warnick, Fairfield Warde Class MM: Tolland; Thomas Lupoli, Sheehan-Wallingford Class M: Suffield; Daniel Moroney, Suffield Class SS:...