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  • At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog

    At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog
    It’s been featured on the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” and recognized by “Every Day with Rachael Ray” magazine. But now the two-foot hot dog that put Doogie’s on the map is no longer.
  • Economic Journal Should Live On — Online

    If it has run its course, The Connecticut Economy shouldn't be killed, it should be replaced. The one thing this state doesn't need right now is less information. The quarterly publication from the University of Connecticut's economics department will...

    The Disappearance of the Bench Seat

    A question I rarely hear anymore was asked at a talk I gave two weeks ago to a group of Northeast Utilities retirees: Why don’t automakers offer front bench seats in their passenger cars? The last to do so was Chevrolet with the Impala. From...

    Power Company Cancels Contract With Tree-Trimming Firm

    Connecticut Light & Power Co. has ended its contract with a tree-trimming company involved in a train crash Monday and a fatal accident earlier in the month when a worker was killed by a falling branch. "We have canceled our contract with Trees Inc....

    Why Geothermal Systems Are Heating Up

    Why Geothermal Systems Are Heating Up
    The hardwood floors, abundant light and meticulously crafted built-ins are what you notice first when walking into the Glastonbury home of Paul and Denise Reddington. But it's what's in the basement — and hidden under the lawn and inside the...
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  • Sox need Peavy to pull a Sale

    Sox need Peavy to pull a Sale
    Don’t look now, but first place could become second place for the White Sox by Thursday night. They have lost the first two games of their home series to the vexing, dastardly Blue Jays, who seem to beat the Sox as regularly as the Indians seem...
  • Quintana is Spanish for 'Decision time, White Sox'

    Quintana is Spanish for 'Decision time, White Sox'
    Something has to give, and it ought to be Philip Humber. Or maybe Gavin Floyd. Whatever, someone has to give up his spot in the White Sox rotation to make room for Jose Quintana. The kid left-hander just went down to St. Louis and won his matchup...
  • Good time for Cubs to leave and Rizzo to arrive

    Good time for Cubs to leave and Rizzo to arrive
    The Cubs will leave town and then figure to call up Anthony Rizzo, and that’s the right order. The headache-inducing rules regarding free agency forced the Cubs to wait until a certain number of days had expired during the season. Don’t ask....
  • Sox send Humber to DL, release Fukudome

    Sox send Humber to DL, release Fukudome
    The White Sox Friday placed pitcher Philip Humber on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 17, with a right elbow strain and brought up Brian Bruney from AAA Charlotte. Dylan Axelrod, called up WQedbesday to replace Zach Stewart, will start in...
  • Duquette focused on adding arms through trades, signings

    If Dan Duquette accomplishes his goal this week during baseball's annual winter meetings, he will leave here with an improved pitching staff that is fortified by trades. He wants to bolster the bullpen and rotation, yet still hold on to three of his most...
  • Predictions about what the Orioles might get done Tuesday

    Predictions about what the Orioles might get done Tuesday
    It’s tricky making predictions about what’s going to happen at the winter meetings. It’s tricky because teams are continually meeting with teams and agents and you really don’t know what’s going on behind closed doors. Even...
  • Someone needs to explain to Williams what 'rebuilding' means

    Someone needs to explain to Williams what 'rebuilding' means
    Ken Williams said trading closer Sergio Santos for a minor-leaguer is the start of rebuilding the White Sox. Excuse me? No, Kenny, sorry, but trading a closer is not the start of rebuilding unless the closer is Mariano Rivera. Trading Paul Konerko is...
  • Could Orioles get Floyd or Quentin from White Sox?

    Could Orioles get Floyd or Quentin from White Sox?
    Do the Orioles have a chance to land Gavin Floyd or Carlos Quentin from the Chicago White Sox? Absolutely. Or maybe not at all. It really depends on whom you ask. The sides have definitely talked -- and there is no question the Orioles would love to...
  • Duquette confirms O's have had multiple talks with White Sox

    Duquette confirms O's have had multiple talks with White Sox
    Just came back from our session with Dan Duquette, and there is no real news to report except that he confirmed what I had written earlier. The Orioles have had trade talks with several teams including multiple talks with the Chicago White Sox. Duquette...
  • Orioles interested in trading for White Sox's Floyd, Quentin

    Orioles interested in trading for White Sox's Floyd, Quentin
    As Dan Duquette prepared to leave the Hilton Anatole on Tuesday evening for a staff dinner at manager Buck Showalter's Dallas-area home, he had yet to land the pitchers and outfielder he is seeking at the annual winter meetings. But the club's new...
  • Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011

    Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011
    If any of us wondered if celebrities would still visit Chicago after “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ended in May, we now have our answer. Chicago is still a popular destination for film projects — which this year included “Man of...