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  • Katha Pollitt discusses 'Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights'

    Forty years ago, the landmark decision Roe v. Wade made abortion legal, but as Katha Pollitt points out in her new book "Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights" (Picador: 272 pp., $25), it failed to make it private, which means that everyone — including...
  • Connecticut Forum Hosts Reception Before 'Debate'

    Connecticut Forum Hosts Reception Before 'Debate'
    The reception talk included comments on latest debate between gubernatorial candidates incumbent Democrat Dannel P. Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley because, well it is election season! But before the respectful on-stage political back and...
  • Paul Carpenter's perspective will be missed

    Sometimes I agreed and sometimes I disagreed, but I always enjoyed columnist Paul Carpenter points of view. He said it like he saw it and didn't worry about being politically correct. His column will be missed. I wish him all the best in retirement,...
  • Amal Alamuddin enters fashion pantheon as Clooney's bride

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - With the help of Oscar de la Renta, Stella McCartney, Giambattista Valli and Dolce & Gabbana, human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin vaulted into the top echelons of Hollywood fashion with her stylish Italian wedding to actor George...
  • Connecticut Personalities On TV, Launching A New Magazine

    Connecticut Personalities On TV, Launching A New Magazine
    It's autumn and that means well-known Connecticut personalities are back in the groove with new projects that bring new exposure. Floral designer extraordinaire Ruth Loiseau of Suffield, has launched a new magazine, Couture Flowers. Well-known for her...
  • Adam Jones and Capitals star Alex Ovechkin an unlikely Sports Illustrated cover pair

    Adam Jones and Capitals star Alex Ovechkin an unlikely Sports Illustrated cover pair
    With the start of the NHL season and MLB playoffs running concurrently as the calendar turns to October, Sports Illustrated lumped them together with some regional, cross-sport cover coverage. One of those regional covers features Orioles centerfielder ...
  • Greg Cote: Tannehill doesn't need to be great � just consistently good

    You know when the Dolphins will truly have a chance to be something special? When this might finally be a steady playoff contender able to think about ending Miami's long estrangement from the Super Bowl? It will happen when performances like we saw from...
  • British official tweets himself into shame with explicit photos

    British official tweets himself into shame with explicit photos
    The adage that those who fail to study history are destined to repeat it apparently hasn't reached the Twittersphere. British Cabinet minister Brooks Newmark tendered his resignation over the weekend after learning that the Sunday Mirror tabloid was...
  • John Mack Carter dies at 86; Hearst editor led top women's magazines

    John Mack Carter, who led some of the nation's most popular women's magazines through the height of the women's rights movement, died Friday at his home in Bronxville, N.Y. He was 86 and had Parkinson's disease. The Hearst Corp. announced his death....
  • Marla Ridenour: Offensively challenged Indians favor balanced lineup over big bat theory

    CLEVELAND I walked away from the Indians' American League wild card loss to the Tampa Bay Rays last year obsessed with one thought: The Tribe needed a big bat. The 2014 season ended Sunday with the Indians finishing three games out of the second wild...
  • GQ: George Zimmerman's family hoped for reality show

    GQ: George Zimmerman's family hoped for reality show
    In an in-depth interview in GQ, George Zimmerman's brother discloses that his family wanted to "rebrand" the former Neighborhood Watch volunteer after his murder acquittal and make him the star of a reality TV show. "I learned a lot from watching...