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  • West Hartford Called A City For The Next Decade

    West Hartford Called A City For The Next Decade
    A muggy, miserable 95 degrees in May and all the beading sweat that imposes on the public was not enough to deter the dozens who insisted Wednesday on eating al fresco in West Hartford Center. They lunched at the bistro-style tables along Farmington...
  • Magazine distributor hiring for Delray Beach call center

    Magazine distributor hiring for Delray Beach call center
    Edison Publishing, a magazine distributor, is holding an open house for call center jobs in Delray Beach. Appliants must make an appointment for either 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 6; 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12; or 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14. The...
  • Mayor's antics detract from valid issues raised

    Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jim Naugle has turned out to be a prophet. Many members of the local gay community aren't very happy at the moment. But their grumpiness has nothing to do with their sexuality. It has everything to do with the flippant ignorance of...
  • Kindle 2 will no doubt find lots of new fans

    The Kindle 2, the second version of Amazon's breakthrough electronic book reader, is cheaper ($359), thinner (0.36 inches), can hold more books (more than 1,500 compared with 200), and has a longer battery life (Amazon says you can read for four to five...
  • Monocle shop to open in Brentwood on April 6

    Monocle shop to open in Brentwood on April 6
    Mid-economic meltdown doesn't seem like the smartest time to launch a new retail concept, much less one that's an offshoot of a print magazine. Then again, maybe it is. Canadian-born Tyler Brűlé has been prognosticating about globalism, materialism...
  • Small savings add up over time

    The message from readers of On the Cheap this week is that there are numerous little ways to save. And readers also urge that you don't have to give up all forms of entertainment, even if you're currently in an austerity zone. Be creative, share and...
  • New Yorker flap turns attention to satire

     
    by Katie Fretland The cartoon on the cover of the latest New Yorker magazine depicting Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, as militant radicals drew the ire of the presidential candidates Monday and posed the question of how satirical journalism......
  • Obama gives Ebony first dibs

     
    by Frank James So which magazine was the first to get a sit down interview and photo shoot with President-elect Barack Obama? Ebony Magazine, which was visited by the president-elect at its Chicago offices in the Michigan Ave. headquarters building......
  • Larry Fitzgerald Sr. will have a unique Super Bowl week

     
    ESPN's Rick Reilly on the guy with the most unusual sportswriting assignment in the history of the Super Bowl. Speaking of ESPN and The Big Game . . . click below for 2,100 words on the network's plans for covering......
  • White House tosses water on dog tale

     
    by Rebecca Cole Labradoodle lovers, take heart. After months of speculation, it appeared that the selection of a first dog was at hand. People magazine, with a fetching report on its Website today, revealed that First Lady Michelle Obama has......
  • Michelle Obama sleeveless at 1600 Penn

     
    by Mark Silva There comes a time when all the fashion and popular magazines' obsessions with the arms of the first lady become, well, secondary to the White House's own portrayal of the sleeveless new occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.......