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Labor Day

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  • Labor Day Weekend Dining Specials in Connecticut

    Labor Day Weekend Dining Specials in Connecticut
    The unofficial end to summer brings several dining specials to Connecticut restaurants. Indulge in lobster, prime rib and even corn dogs during the long Labor Day weekend. Max Restaurant Group offers plenty of lobster specials at its restaurants in...
  • Labor Day Picnic at The Mill At 2T

    Labor Day Picnic at The Mill At 2T
    The Mill at 2T, 2 Tunxis Road, Tariffville, hosts a Labor Day picnic Sept. 1 in the field adjacent to the restaurant from noon to 4 p.m. The feast includes marinated skirt steak, BBQ pork tenderloin and sofrito-rubbed swordfish from the grill, with...
  • 100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers

    100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers
    "Can I borrow the car?" I remember asking like it was yesterday.  How my parents ever got through the anxiety of handing over the keys,  I'll never know.  I'll admit, I'm terrified of the day my girls are old enough to drive.  My dad taught me.  He...
  • Flavor Profile: Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana in Fairfield

    Flavor Profile: Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana in Fairfield
    Fresh clam pizza is what defines Pepe's for me. Whenever I go there, that's what I order. I'm hooked. The other week, Gary Biamonte, grandson of Frank Pepe, who opened the original Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven, came to the Fairfield Pepe's and got...
  • Mt. St. Joe alum Berger retires from MLL

    Mt. St. Joe alum Berger retires from MLL
    Et cetera Mt. St. Joe alum Berger retires from MLL Midfielder Stephen Berger, who made six All-Star teams from 2007 to 2012, has retired from Major League Lacrosse. Berger, who recently was named the head coach at Mount Saint Joseph, his alma mater,...
  • Forest Park gets thousands of plants — and a new life

    Forest Park gets thousands of plants — and a new life
    When European buckthorn and other nonnative invasive plants were removed from Forest Park in Lake Forest this spring, people driving along Deerpath Road or walking on the park's lawn could see Lake Michigan. The view had been obscured for many years as...
  • Clemson gets latest chance to affect college football title chase

    This fishy early season is a “one that got away” story. The title race might have been jumbled before October had a few teams not frittered away the late summer. Many of our preseason favorites have been shaken, but not stirred. Underdog...
  • Job No. 1 for Ducks: Getting to the playoffs

    Ducks General Manager Bob Murray watched how the Kings cruised through the regular season, then gassed the accelerator to the floor once the Stanley Cup was in sight. "Our first job is to get to the playoffs. I don't care where we finish," Murray said....
  • Hollywood's hedgehog mentality threatens its survival

    To understand what's wrong with Hollywood today, you have to go back to the British philosopher and historian Sir Isaiah Berlin and his concept of the hedgehog and the fox. Riffing off a fragment attributed to the ancient Greek poet Archilochus,...
  • Thieves take dozens of laptops during 2nd break-in at Wilmette school

    Thieves take dozens of laptops during 2nd break-in at Wilmette school
    For the second time in four months, Wilmette authorities are looking for answers after someone broke into Baker Demonstration School and stole 26 laptop computers and vandalized classrooms, officials said. According to Wilmette police reports, someone...
  • Sunny season draws to a close in Ocean City

    Sunny season draws to a close in Ocean City
    Dumser's soft ice cream cones were still twirled perilously high, Thrashers' french fries were still doused in vinegar, and the surf was clear and cold as ever, but there were signs of change in Ocean City this summer. In some cases, literally: Town...