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  • Deluxe: Wine and Dine

    Deluxe:  Wine and Dine
    Dine by the vines at Chamard Vineyards (115 Cow Hill Road, Clinton; 860-664-0299, chamard.com), hosting an al fresco Singer-Songwriter and Food Truck Series that pairs live tunes with good eats throughout the summer from 5:30-8:30 p.m. On July 2, it's...
  • News That Matters: Malloy's Budget Approved, Toad's Place Founder Dies

    News That Matters:  Malloy's Budget Approved, Toad's Place Founder Dies
    Everybody's Talkin' About... • Mainstream media binges on Osama bin Laden's death. His demise marked with wreath-laying by President Obama at Ground Zero (Gov. Dannel Malloy among those who attended). Al-Qaida agrees he's dead, vows revenge....
  • Sen. Joe Lieberman To Announce Retirement Plans

    Sen. Joe Lieberman To Announce Retirement Plans
    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Joe Lieberman was so determined to hang onto his seat in 2006 after losing the Democratic primary in Connecticut that he ran as an independent. Now he's leaving without a fight. The 2000 Democratic vice presidential nominee, who...
  • Democrats waving good riddance to Whitnum with a resolution condemning her comments about other candidates

    Democrats waving good riddance to Whitnum with a resolution condemning her comments about other candidates
    An angry Lee Whitnum says she’s fed up and is leaving the Connecticut Democratic Party and the feeling appears to be mutual among at least some state Democratic leaders. Several members of the Democratic State Central Committee are urging passage...
  • Santa Barbara Plans Memorial Day Weekend DUI Crackdown

    Santa Barbara Plans Memorial Day Weekend DUI Crackdown
    SANTA BARBARA (KTLA) - The "Avoid the 12" DUI Campaign will be deploying officers this holiday weekend at DUI / Drivers License Checkpoints and DUI Saturation Patrols countywide in Santa Barbara County to arrest impaired drivers who still don't get the...
  • Concerns About Online Piracy Act Growing Among State's Congressional Delegation

    Concerns About Online Piracy Act Growing Among State's Congressional Delegation
    Is the tide shifting on a controversial bill that would give the government and copyright holders broad new powers to stop online piracy? Over the weekend, the White House signaled that it has strong reservations about the controversial Stop Online...
  • Susan Bysiewicz already attacking Chris Murphy

    Susan Bysiewicz, the former secretery of state who did not know that she was unqualified to run for governor, is now running to replace Joe Lieberman this year. While she's not now known for her smart strategy, maybe that will change, if this new charge...
  • Is Linda McMahon being encouraged to run again just for the cash?

    Is Linda McMahon being encouraged to run again just for the cash?
    Is poor little rich girl Linda McMahon being taken for another very expensive ride by cynical political hired guns? After all, Republican consulting gurus like Connecticut's Pat Sullivan stand to make a lot of money (again) as long as McMahon continues...
  • Kids Under 8 Must Use Car Seats Starting Sunday

    Kids Under 8 Must Use Car Seats Starting Sunday
    LOS ANGELES -- Beginning Sunday, children in California under the age of 8 must use car booster seats under a new law. Previously, California law required children remain in a booster seat until age 6 or until they weighed 60 pounds. But safety...
  • A candidate for Connecticut's U.S. Senate seat drives to Mexico for a campaign stunt

    A candidate for Connecticut's U.S. Senate seat drives to Mexico for a campaign stunt
    Ya gotta give Sylvester Salcedo credit: it’s not every Connecticut U.S. Senate candidate who’d drive 2,000 miles to stage a campaign stunt in a Mexican border town where litter problems can include severed heads. Salcedo made the trip last...
  • Police Hunt For "Zombies" in April

    Police Hunt For "Zombies" in April
    Drivers who talk or text on their phones now have a new name “zombies”. The reason for the moniker is that zombies and distracted drivers have quite a bit in common. “You’re using about a third less of your brain,” explained...