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  • Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun Report Drop In Slot Revenue For October

    Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun Report Drop In Slot Revenue For October
    Slot revenues at Connecticut's two tribal casinos continued to slide in October, though the decline was less severe than in September. Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket reported slot revenue of $39.7 million for October, down 5.7 percent from $42.1...
  • Cops: 2 arrested in Wicker Park 'Stroller Gang' thefts

    Cops: 2 arrested in Wicker Park 'Stroller Gang' thefts
    Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of a $700 custom-made bike and tip money from a Wicker Park pizzeria last weekend by a band of young people dubbed the "Stroller Gang" who were caught on video, police said. An adult has been...
  • Malloy Doesn't See Connecticut Expanding Gambling

    Malloy Doesn't See Connecticut Expanding Gambling
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday he won't play a "lead role" in any legislation to expand gaming to include a slots parlor near I-91 between Hartford and Springfield. Malloy told reporters Monday the issue is a legislative matter, and he doesn't...
  • Ten Mile House opens in Evanston

    Ten Mile House (1700 Central St., Evanston, 847-905-0669) has opened for business. The restaurant, a booming punt away from Northwestern University's Ryan Field, opened its doors at 4:30 p.m. Monday. Chef Greg Carter's menu features a mix of pub-...
  • 2-alarm blaze causes $150,000 in damage at E. Baltimore coffee warehouse

    2-alarm blaze causes $150,000 in damage at E. Baltimore coffee warehouse
    A two-alarm fire burned an East Baltimore warehouse owned by the city's oldest family-operated coffee distribution company Monday, causing roughly $150,000 in damage, the owner estimated. Firefighters arrived at Eagle Coffee's flaming two-story brick...
  • New York's Maritime Hotel: upper-deck luxury

    NEW YORK — Sink or swim. These were, I assumed, the two options for the potentially kitschy nautical theme at the Maritime Hotel, where I'd booked a room for one night as part of a whirlwind 24-hour wedding weekend in Manhattan. It was not-so-...
  • Food, art and exhibits Friday night at Canvas Costa Mesa event

    The inaugural Canvas Costa Mesa event, a one-night program of festivities that spotlight the local arts, will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday in the SoBeCa District. Merchants, eateries and galleries in the roughly triangular area bordered by...
  • Portsmouth man wins $1 million lottery prize

    Portsmouth man wins $1 million lottery prize
      A Portsmouth man won the $1 million top prize in the state’s Money Ball game, officials announced Monday. Tony Marshall, who bought the ticket at a 7-Eleven at 4009 Cedar Lane in Portsmouth, chose all five winning numbers selected in a drawing...
  • Review: Plenty riding on shoulders of Lexus NX 200t and Lincoln MKC crossovers

    Review: Plenty riding on shoulders of Lexus NX 200t and Lincoln MKC crossovers
    Lexus and Lincoln, the moneyed offshoots of Toyota and Ford, are the latest automakers to enter the hotly contested compact crossover segment. But despite cooking the same dish, the Lexus NX200t and the Lincoln MKC use very different recipes. Both are...
  • Dining Review: New Theresa's inherits its namesake's best ingredients

    Dining Review: New Theresa's inherits its namesake's best ingredients
    Theresa Sprunk was a powerhouse back in the 1950s and ’60s. She had a career, raised a child, made her clothes and volunteered at numerous philanthropic organizations around Glendale. She was an integral part of the erstwhile Tuesday Afternoon...
  • Baltimorean Gary Thomas is world-class jazz saxophonist

    Baltimorean Gary Thomas is world-class jazz saxophonist
    Amid the clatter of cutlery, the whir of a blender grinding ice and the conversational hum of an upscale Charles Village restaurant on a Friday night, two musicians playing a flute and electric guitar are levitating through John Coltrane's "Giant Steps."...