| Oct 14, 2010
| 12:23 PM
The State Elections Enforcement Commission Thursday dismissed a complaint of voter fraud against national conservative columnist Ann Coulter, saying there was "insufficient evidence" to support an allegation that she wasn't a Connecticut resident when she...
| Aug 28, 2012
| 5:18 PM
Voters in Wisconsin were very wise this month when they stormed to the polls in mighty referendum fury to curb the gubernatorial power to edit budget bills.
In many jurisdictions, the veto power exercised by governors is an up-or-down kind of thing,...
| Aug 28, 2012
| 5:36 PM
All seven of the ``regular readers'' of my column have noticed that I stopped writing about the threat to us all from the animals.
Well, you see, one of the senior editors of this opining department is in cahoots with the animals. She warned me...
| Aug 28, 2012
| 5:51 PM
The longstanding wisdom that ``things are not what they appear to be'' is an invitation to a mental hospital.
Some things must be what they appear to be. Cohen the Columnist, for instance, is tall, dark, handsome and wise. No ambiguity there.
| Feb 22, 2012
| 12:11 PM
Ah, it's feeling more and more like Summer every day. And speaking of summer, the Republican and Democratic primaries for Joe Lieberman's soon to be vacant Senate seat are in August. So, first, let's take a look at the Democrats.
Chris Murphy, a...
| May 23, 2012
| 11:49 AM
The Fourth Annual Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards ceremony will be held June 4 starting at 6 p.m. at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury.
Performances from the nominates shows will be presented at the ceremony.
A total of 19 high schools...
| Mar 7, 2012
| 8:12 AM
The 4th Annual Connecticut High School Music Theater Awards will be June 4 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. Tickets for the event go on sale mid-May at the Palace box office and website.
The best actor and actress in a Connecticut show will move...
| Apr 10, 2012
| 4:28 PM
State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield is so closely associated with the drive to repeal Connecticut's death penalty that he says someone once asked him, "Do you work on anything else?"
In fact, the two-term Democrat from New Haven noted that he has been...
| May 14, 2012
| 6:48 AM
Anyone with a pile of money can build a big pile of a house, and back in the day, that's what you did. (See, for instance, "Downton Abbey.") But during the 20th century, a group of architects staged a controversial revolt. Why, they asked, couldn't less...
| May 26, 2011
Huguette Clark, a copper tycoon's daughter with a taste for exquisite French dolls, baronial homes and solitude, has died. She was 104.
Clark, who preferred to be known as Madame Clark, died Tuesday at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City. She had...
| Sep 14, 2012
Pedro E. Guerrero, a photographer whose early work with architect Frank Lloyd Wright sparked a long, distinguished career in the worlds of fine art and glossy magazines, died Thursday. He was 95.
Guerrero died at his home in Florence, Ariz., said his...