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  • A 5-pound newspaper: How many ads are in our Thanksgiving Day paper?

    A 5-pound newspaper: How many ads are in our Thanksgiving Day paper?
    In our business, it's no secret that the Thanksgiving newspaper is the largest of the year. THis year's newspaper is so packed with holiday advertisements and Black Friday sales, it weighs almost 5 pounds. It's also one of the most anticipated...
  • Feedback 11/21/14: Feedback on feedback, print size, history and other stories

    •John, Newport News: My Dear "Feedback" folk: Difficult as it is, I will try to be civil about this. It is a ridiculous waste of space, and, moreover, a meaningless affront to us print subscribers to print so-called Facebook Feedback natterings in...
  • Courant Documentary Offers Photojournalists' View

    Courant Documentary Offers Photojournalists' View
    The Hartford Courant's 250th anniversary celebration continues this week with the premiere of a documentary recounting tales of covering Connecticut for the oldest continuously published newspaper in the country. "One Moment, One Image: Connecticut...
  • Paul Greenberg: The Absolute Harry

    Those were the days, my friend -- We thought they'd never end, We'd sing and dance forever and a day, We'd live the life we choose -- We'd fight and never lose For we were young and sure to have our way. The obituary in the New York...
  • Richard H. Harryman, artist

    Richard H. Harryman, artist
    Richard H. Harryman, a well-known Maryland artist whose works in oil include U.S. senators, business leaders and military and clergy as well as Chesapeake Bay scenes, died Nov. 4 at his Severna Park home of complications of prostate cancer. He was 86....
  • New York Times wrong to lobby for lifting Cuba embargo

    New York Times wrong to lobby for lifting Cuba embargo
    Ernesto LondoƱo is the newest member of The New York Times editorial board. He was hired in September and since then he has written six editorials and two blogs on why the United States should re-establish relations with Cuba and lift the embargo. In...
  • Charles Champlin dies at 88; former L.A. Times arts editor, critic

    Charles Champlin dies at 88; former L.A. Times arts editor, critic
    Charles Champlin, the former Los Angeles Times arts editor, film critic and columnist whose insightful, elegantly written reviews and columns informed and entertained readers for decades, died Sunday at his Los Angeles home. He was 88. The cause was...
  • Author highlights the role of women in state's history

    When Connecticut author, editor, professor and playwright Cindy Wolfe Boynton set out to research and write her book, "Remarkable Women of Hartford" (History Press, 2014), she found it a challenge to limit herself on the number of her subjects. "I've...
  • Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint

     Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint
    The scene was a beautiful, chaotic mess, a mashup of live music, animation and rollicking storytelling for about 2,600 people filling Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. So ravenous was the crowd for Pop-Up Magazine's particular brand of storytelling...
  • Lend a helping hand

    Hampton Road felt the first snap of cold air this weekend and naturally our thoughts turned to the least among us. Our homeless population is at particular risk during times of bitter cold and relies on others to find hot meals and a warm bed. These...
  • With Ukraine, focus on facts dispells fear

    On a recent tour of Ukraine, the question was asked at least a dozen times. "Were you afraid to come?" Russian President Vladimir Putin's continued strategy of promoting and supporting a war in the far eastern portion of Ukraine — and Russia's...