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  • Editor's choice: 'Revolutionary Summer' by Joseph J. Ellis

    Editor's choice: 'Revolutionary Summer' by Joseph J. Ellis
    For "Revolutionary Summer: The Birth of American Independence," Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner Joseph J. Ellis time-travels to the summer of 1776, when the 13 colonies agreed to secede from the British Empire.
  • Fireworks sellers across the border battle for Chicago buyers

    Fireworks sellers across the border battle for Chicago buyers
    Most Americans slow down their work routines as July Fourth approaches. But for Miranda Panos, the first days of this month are the most hectic of the year. Panos, a manager at Uncle Sam Fireworks in Hammond, Ind., works from 8 a.m. to midnight in the...

    #explore44: A Quest Along Our Iconic Highway Kicks Off Monday

    #explore44: A Quest Along Our Iconic Highway Kicks Off Monday
    Think of any major theme in the development of Connecticut and chances are good that if it's not on the shoreline, it has unfolded along Route 44. Starting Monday and through most of July, The Courant will bring to life the iconic, historic U.S. highway...

    Babe Ruth's first in flight in Fayetteville

    Babe Ruth's first in flight in Fayetteville
    On Saturday, March 7, 1914, George Herman Ruth planted his feet in the batter's box of the baseball diamond at the Cape Fear Fair Grounds in Fayetteville, N.C., and slammed a pitch. The confident rookie, who had just signed with the Baltimore Orioles,...

    Door To Door On Route 44

    Door To Door On Route 44
    Think of any major theme in the development of Connecticut and chances are good that if it’s not on the shoreline, it unfolded along Route 44. And it’s still happening. Way back in 1635, when settlers were just arriving along the Connecticut...