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  • Woody Allen Ditched His Own After Party for 'Magic in the Moonlight'

    The most honest conversations at a movie premiere often happen in the bathroom, which was the case for Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight." At the after-party on the Upper East Side on Thursday night, two industry-types started to gab at the urinals....
  • Consider effect of pesticides on bees [Letter]

    Consider effect of pesticides on bees [Letter]
    The recent article noting the efforts of Nathan Reid to raise the public's awareness of plant pollinators ("Bee conscious of what you plant," July 13) reminds me that The Sun also published an article last June regarding a memorandum signed by President...
  • Berlin Council Sets Sept. 16 Hearing On Proposed $21M Police Station

    BERLIN — A divided town council scheduled a Sept. 16 public hearing on the $21 million police station proposed for Farmington Avenue after Democrats failed Tuesday night in an effort to set the hearing for July 29. Republicans said the project is...
  • Report: Hobby Lobby wants to build a Bible museum

    Report: Hobby Lobby wants to build a Bible museum
    The New York Times reports that Hobby Lobby, the craft retailer that's opening a new store in Virginia Beach soon, is planning to build a museum dedicated to the Holy Bible. Read the story Times story here.
  • Dem. Party Leader Heading to CT to Rouse Women's Vote for Malloy

    Washington – In at least one way, the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision is a gift from the high court to Democratic candidates -- including those in Connecticut. The Supreme Court's decision that the Affordable Care Act can't force employers...
  • You'll never guess what partisan politics are damaging now

    You'll never guess what partisan politics are damaging now
    Next month the United States will host dozens of African leaders in Washington. But unless something changes before then, we will still be without confirmed ambassadors in 14 countries on the African continent, including in such strategically important...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Local Cancer Advocates Travel To Washington To Push For Research Funding

    More than 85 advocates seeking to ensure that Congress increase the funding for cancer research and prevention programs participated in One Voice Against Cancer's (OVAC) National Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. Roger Levesque joined the OVAC team on...
  • Hobby Lobby Won Its Rights

    In "Blumenthal Urges Hobby Lobby To 'Do the Right Thing'" [July 14, courant.com], Sen. Richard Blumenthal states, "I call on them [Hobby Lobby] to do the right thing and respect Connecticut law. Connecticut statutes mandate full coverage of...
  • Foley, McKinney Spar At GOP Gubernatorial Debate

    Foley, McKinney Spar At GOP Gubernatorial Debate
    HARTFORD — Seeking to energize his campaign, Republican candidate for governor John McKinney on Thursday accused rival Tom Foley of fiscal naïveté and shifting positions on government spending in the first major debate of the election cycle....
  • Howard Community College creates online resource from World War II interviews

    Howard Community College creates online resource from World War II interviews
    Don Casey has attended every annual reunion of the 238th Combat Engineer Battalion since the first in 1947. He shares stories of the battalion's battles in World War II, including its part in D-Day, the airborne and beach assault on Normandy, France, 70...
  • Justina Pelletier Goes To D.C. To Lobby For Research Bill

    Justina Pelletier Goes To D.C. To Lobby For Research Bill
    Justina Pelletier traveled to Washington, D.C., Wednesday to advocate for a bill named in her honor. Pelletier, 16, spent 16 months at the center of a widely publicized custody battle between her family and the State of Massachusetts. She returned to...