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The Hartford CourantConnecticut must cap state employee retiree health benefits and sharply raise fees for all sorts of state services in order to halt a long-term fiscal slide that is, in some ways, the worst in the nation. That was the advice Monday from David M. Walker,...
Joe Gerics is a Bridgeport guy who moved to Manhattan and made it big — running bars. But he also does comedy on the side, and he's pretty damn funny. Especially if you like raunchy jokes that make you and/or your date blush. After deeply...
A 21st century riddle for you: What's slimy, green and brown, sometimes smelly and disgusting, but also a potentially wonderful anti-pollution tool that's good to eat and could turn into an economic pot of gold for Connecticut? The answer, of course, is...
The Hartford CourantSome have asked why I voted no on the gun control bill Wednesday night. My "no" vote had nothing to do with what's in the bill because I agree with 95 percent of the content. My problem is what is missing from the bill. The cities in Connecticut...
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday that it will delay its planned closure of control towers at 149 smaller airports – including six in Connecticut – until June 15 in order to resolve several legal challenges. The...
Hartford CourantThree Broadway performers who have all played the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera" will perform together with the Bridgeport Symphony at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts at Fairfield's Sacred Heart University. ...
A few weeks ago, Bridgeport folks were all geared up to celebrate Mardi Gras with a giant fundraiser presented by BlackRock Rocks featuring a couple handfuls of local bands and spanning three venues. And then it snowed. A lot. Like, we're talking about...
Tags: Mardi Gras
The Watermark, a retirement community at 3030 Park Ave. on the Bridgeport / Fairfield town line, presents the photo exhibit “ReVisit…Bridgeport’s Palace and Majestic Theatres,” on Thursday, April 4, starting at 2 p.m. At the...
Tags: Arts and Culture
The Hartford CourantThe state's housing finance authority approved $7.49 million in federal tax credits for a handful of low-income housing developments, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office said on Tuesday. The 347 housing units — both new construction and renovation ...
There are probably people at the Smithsonian Institution who wish they hadn't bothered to hire John Brown to help them research a television documentary. Brown is a U.S.-educated Australian living in Germany, a project manager for an aircraft...
Livingston Taylor has been surrounded by music his entire life. He's currently on the faculty of Berklee College of Music in Boston, and he has some songs you may remember from his long musical career, spanning four decades. "I Will Be in Love with You"...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, James Taylor
Wooden dolls date back centuries. The earliest were crude carved pieces of wood shaped like a human figure. But today it's rare to find a doll made before the 1600s, when English and German draftsmen skillfully carved wooden lifelike dolls. Most...
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