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  • Arcade Fire Coming to Bridgeport in March 2014

    Arcade Fire Coming to Bridgeport in March 2014
    As if that post-Saturday Night Live TV special wasn’t enough, Arcade Fire is going out on tour in March . The Connecticut stop is March 18 at Bridgeport’s Webster Bank Arena, the midpoint, the exact midpoint of the first leg of the tour, which...
  • Arcade Fire Announces 2014 North American Tour

    Arcade Fire has announced several North American shows in support of its new album "Reflektor," beginning in March 6 in Louisville, Ky., and ending late August in Montreal. "Reflektor" recently scored the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album chart,...
  • Is 'Capturing the Friedmans' becoming the new West Memphis Three?

    NEW YORK — When it came out a decade ago, “Capturing the Friedmans” riveted audiences with, among other things, its ambiguity: Did the documentary's Arnold and Jesse Friedman engage in the numerous acts of molestation that prosecutors...
  • State's New FBI Head Apologizes For News Release Wrongly Crediting Her For Rowland Probe

    The new agent in charge of FBI operations in Connecticut has apologized and issued an unusual clarification of a Sept. 23 FBI news release, which appeared to credit her for a key role that she never played in the investigation and conviction of former...
  • Bridgeport Had Better Find Another Paul Vallas

    Renowned school reformer Paul Vallas has won his battle in court to be certified as a superintendent in Connecticut. But, alas, it's a hollow victory. Mr. Vallas is returning to Illinois, where he once headed Chicago's school district and was the city's...
  • Nate Sikma To Miss 2-3 Weeks; A Look At Hartford's Wild First Couple Of Weeks

    Hartford junior forward Nate Sikma, who came down awkwardly in the season opener last weekend against Quinnipiac and has been on crutches since, will miss 2-3 more weeks as he recovers from a high ankle sprain. For Hartford, the news could have been...
  • Six-Figure Salaries Abound At Financially Struggling State Trash Authority

    The state's big quasi-public trash-disposal and recycling agency, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, has an annual payroll of $4 million for about 45 employees – an average salary approaching $90,000 — with more than one-third of...
  • Power Failure Halts Metro-North Service

    An electrical problem that forced Metro-North to suspend commuter rail service between Stamford and New York City on Wednesday could take weeks to repair, leaving limited service available to the 125,000 people who use the New Haven Line each day,...
  • State College Notebook, With Looks At Tylon Smith, Faronte Drakeford

    A link to this week's college notebook, with starts with a look at Southern Connecticut guard Tylon Smith of Manchester. Smith, a junior, had a career-high 37 points Monday against Bridgeport.
  • State Must Smooth Path To School Reform

    Connecticut's conundrum in dealing with its tops-in-the-nation academic achievement gap is summed up by the saga of Bridgeport School Superintendent Paul Vallas. Despite new landmark education reforms, Connecticut can still react antagonistically to...
  • Tony Musante, Actor Who Left 'Toma,' Dies at 77

    Tony Musante, who appeared on numerous TV shows, in films and on Broadway, but was best known for starring in 1973 series "Toma," died Tuesday in Manhattan of a hemorrhage after oral surgery. He was 77. Musante left the ABC detective show after one...