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Special to The TimesThe late Tip O'Neill, speaker of the House and Massachusetts political legend, used to say, "All politics is local." Here in Boston, politics also is everywhere. We see it in the blarney of tour guides on the sightseeing trolleys, in the Colonial...
Wood Pond PressHARTFORD Lately billed as New England's rising star, the Insurance City Connecticut's state capital is making a comeback from its low point in the early 1990s when people, jobs, retailers and the major-league hockey franchise left for greener...
Wood Pond PressFor New Englanders, Boston is "The Hub" the hub of New England, if not of the country, the world, the universe. It's been that way since the Puritans settled in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630. More than any other city, Boston is where the nation's...
Courant Staff WriterWhen noted architects from Amsterdam and New York unveil their expansion plans for the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art at a press conference Friday, the public will get its first glimpse of the dramatic, innovative improvements soon in store for the 160-...
The Hartford CourantFestivals, ice-skating shows, kick-boxing exhibitions - if it doesn't fit in a category, it's listed here. 26TH ANNUAL NAVARATRI FESTIVAL Sept. 19-22 - Four-day-long celebration of Indian culture. Directed by Wesleyan adjunct professor of music T....
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The Hartford CourantRebecca Taber-Conover says it happens all the time: As she leads a tour down Hartford's Main Street, people are bowled over by its history and architecture - once it is brought to their attention. "A lot of folks - and I was this way, too - you drive...
The Hartford CourantControversy has been raging ever since CIGNA announced its plans to abandon and demolish the Wilde Building and build new offices for itself elsewhere on its 600-acre Bloomfield campus. CIGNA asserts that the building no longer fits the company's needs,...
The Hartford CourantKen Greenberg is a city planner from Toronto who spearheaded a 1998 master plan for downtown Hartford that came to be known as the Greenberg Plan. Now a consultant to the Capital City Economic Development Authority, he spoke with The Courant's editorial...
The Hartford CourantGlen Sampson is crouched over his bicycle, flying down Jackson Hill Road in Middlefield, past farmland sweet with the smell of grass and wildflowers. Peter Aarrestad wings his way through the greenery of Tryon Street in Glastonbury, with the Connecticut...
Soon 2001 will sail into the sunset and the First Night merriment will begin. On a cold winter's night, downtown Hartford will turn into a fun zone, with tens of thousands of people sampling the fruits of urban life. The city that sometimes is...
The history of Coltsville is not only a history of industry in central Connecticut, it is a piece of our national heritage from the Industrial Revolution that still stands in downtown Hartford, alive but partly disused and underutilized. This unique...
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