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  • Hartford's The Magik Markers Are Back With a New Record

    Hartford's The Magik Markers Are Back With a New Record
    Every city gets the indie rock it deserves, you might say. In Connecticut, the psychedelic soul of Bridgeport's Stepkids and the collegiate polish of New-Haven-centric Mates of States, could be used to make that point. And the noisy abrasive blare and sub-surface poetry of the Magik Markers, formed in Hartford, further extends the theory.
  • Interview: Soundgarden's Chris Cornell At Shubert

    Interview: Soundgarden's Chris Cornell At Shubert
    When Chris Cornell gets up on stage, he’s a familiar sight. The iconic singer, who turns 50 next year, looks practically the same as when he first fronted Soundgarden, a band that, along with Nirvana and Pearl Jam, helped put Seattle and grunge on...

    Wallace Stevens' House Again A Home

    The key to preserving historic properties is to use them, and — good news — the former Hartford home of acclaimed poet Wallace Stevens will be appropriately used. A couple from Maryland has bought the 1920s Colonial-style home at 118...

    A Word, Please: A notion writers should be disabused of

     A Word, Please: A notion writers should be disabused of
    If I had a nickel for every time I've written about ending sentences with prepositions, I'd be about 5 cents shy of that Frappucino I've had my eye on. (I'd probably also be one of the top earners in what remains of the newspaper industry, but that's a...

    Detroit's first free Write a House goes to Brooklyn poet

    Detroit's first free Write a House goes to Brooklyn poet
    Nevermind the headlines about water shutoffs and a high-profile murder trial. Casey Rocheteau, a 29-year-old Brooklyn poet, will be packing up her things to move to Detroit in November. She's the first winner of the Write a House Project, launched...