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FOX CTTypically, every week, I spend some time googling around the web, researching ideas for possible "DayTrippers" segments. During one of these sessions, I stumbled across a very cool site called "jognewlondon.com." It lists about a dozen jogging routes...
Tags: Long Island, Sports, Marathon
The Hartford CourantA worker at a recycling business, accused of stealing more than 2,800 pounds of crashed aluminum cans, faces criminal charges, according to police. Gerardo Cardoso, 35, of Holmes Avenue in New Britain, was charged with third-degree larceny and third-...
Tags: Middletown, New Britain, Theft
INLAND TROUT Rivers and streams: Conditions should be good for the weekend. Last week's rains and some cool overnight temperatures earlier this week have refreshed streams, although flows in many areas are again well below typical mid‐May levels....
Rick Steves' EuropeIt was the final day of a two-month trip to Europe. I was in London, and with all of my work behind me, I had the freedom to do whatever I wanted. So I decided to test my five free London audio tours in a citywide blitz spanning two neighborhoods, one...
Tags: Sixteen, Whitehall, Museums, United Kingdom, Dining and Drinking
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceGroton is bracing for a loss of more than $2 million from its tax rolls with news that Pfizer plans to demolish its former research headquarters, known as Building 118. Just when that will happen remains unknown and depends on how quickly the...
The Hartford Courant"Unquenchable" is the title of Robert Glennon's scorching critique of U.S. historical water policy. The word also applies to the University of Connecticut's seemingly unlimited thirst for water. To ensure the growth of its Technology Park, hedge against...
NEW YORK -- Let me propose an initiative for the next administration, starting with Day One: Get the nation started on the surge barriers, flood walls and other big infrastructure projects that can protect our coastal cities from being ravaged by the next...
The Cube, a unique, temporary "pop-up" restaurant that first surfaced in Brussels and Milan, is making its way through Stockholm and London. At every stop, this whimsical, one-of-a-kind dining experience is commanding attention from foodies. In each...
KTLA NewsGrand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa Kauai Luxury 4-Star property named one of the worlds best 500 hotels by Travel & Leisure Resort finished a multimillion dollar revamp in 2011 and features 6 bars/restaurants and top-rated spa/golf course While there,...
Rick Steves' EuropeFor centuries, Great Britain's castles were the literal and political high points of their communities. Designed to keep people out, today these formidable structures are wide open to visitors and appreciated for their romantic allure. Adults and kids...
The Olympic torch came to Brixton on Thursday, and so did Amy Cohen. She lived in the South London district until recently, a job change and the continuing financial crisis sending her to live back home with her parents at age 34. Among the throngs who...
About 900 employees with Pacific Investment Management Co., or PIMCO, are spending this week reading to children, restoring the Back Bay and serving meals at a soup kitchen as a part of the Newport Beach-based company's fourth annual Global Week of...
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