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  • Wedded: Allison Kapner and Ryan Weir

    Wedded: Allison Kapner and Ryan Weir
    Date: Dec. 31 Her story: Allison Kapner, 32, was born and raised in New Fairfield, Conn. She works at Northrop Grumman as an organization effectiveness manager. Allison earned a bachelor's degree from Ithaca College and an MBA from the Johns Hopkins...
  • Book a group vacation with the new MGM Resorts Connections

    Book a group vacation with the new MGM Resorts Connections
    Traveling with a large party? MGM Resorts International has a new service for groups that might help you save time. MGM Resorts Connections, a free one-stop-shop for groups, was set up to make it easier to book vacations including hotel rooms,...
  • At Casino Hearing, Dire Predictions Of Lost Revenue

    At Casino Hearing, Dire Predictions Of Lost Revenue
    HARTFORD — When resort casinos open in a couple of years in Massachusetts and New York, Connecticut's gambling resorts will suffer a loss of $702 million in annual revenue, the foremost academic researcher on the casino industry said at a...
  • Satellite Casinos At State Borders? Not So Fast

     Satellite Casinos At State Borders? Not So Fast
    Last week, seemingly out of nowhere, a group of legislators announced that they were proposing a bill that would allow the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes to build and operate up to three casinos near the state's borders. The lawmakers touted the...
  • Coachella is set to power up the music festival season

    The modern music festival tries to be all things to all people. Consider, for instance, this year's lineup for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, set for the weekends of April 10-12 and April 17-19. Classic rock? AC/DC and Steely Dan. Indie...
  • Colorful, former Capital reporter Earl Kelly dies

    Colorful, former Capital reporter Earl Kelly dies
    When he was a boy and poor in the rural South, Earl Kelly raised hogs to afford college. When he died Wednesday, he had master's and law degrees, journalism awards and an unfinished novel. He was 64 and he was, well, only Earl. I'm an older guy,...
  • Taylor Swift, Metallica, No Doubt lead Rock in Rio USA lineup

    Taylor Swift, Metallica, No Doubt lead Rock in Rio USA lineup
    Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Metallica, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran are among the acts who will top the first Rock in Rio USA festival.  Set for consecutive weekends in May at a newly constructed site on the Las Vegas Strip, Rock in Rio will split its...
  • Slots Proposal Declared Dead For The Year

    Slots Proposal Declared Dead For The Year
    In a major blow for an expansion of gambling, the Senate majority leader said Monday that a proposal to legalize slot machines outside two Indian casinos is dead for this year. Senator Bob Duff, a key player who controls the agenda with the Senate...
  • MGM Resorts Reports $342 Million Loss For Fourth Quarter

    MGM Resorts Reports $342 Million Loss For Fourth Quarter
    The parent company of MGM Springfield reported a net loss of $342.3 million for the three months ending Dec. 31, due partly to an income-tax provision and, to a lesser degree, weakened results at its top performing casino, in Macau, China. MGM Resorts...
  • Tribes: Plans To Expand Slots Would Invalidate Revenue Deal

    Tribes: Plans To Expand Slots Would Invalidate Revenue Deal
    HARTFORD — A bill that would legalize slot machines outside the state's two Indian casinos took a huge hit Friday when both the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes said the plan would violate their revenue-sharing compacts with the state....
  • 3-D printed car factory planned at National Harbor

    3-D printed car factory planned at National Harbor
    The folks building National Harbor on the Potomac River figure it's a fine place to shop, work, eat out, gamble, stay a few nights, ride a Ferris wheel, and — manufacture cars. Yes, at least as cars might be made in the 21st century, creating...