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  • Percussionist Richie Barshay Showcases Rhythmic Shape-Shifting

    Percussionist Richie Barshay Showcases Rhythmic Shape-Shifting
    Richie Barshay is an internationally known percussionist who's played Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Fred Hersch, Esperanza Spalding and the Klezmatics, while also leading his own groups. The West Hartford native is no stranger to Connecticut jazz and...
  • How To Build A Jet Engine? Press 'Print' Button

    EAST HARTFORD — For decades, aerospace manufacturers like Pratt & Whitney have fabricated engine parts by tooling, lathing, milling and forging. Now, they're printing. Unlike that laser printer in your office, there is no toner, no paper and...
  • Our Area Schools Eligible For All-Courant Teams

    We consider 75 schools to be in our circulation area (players of the year and teams presented in this section are selected by The Courant's high school staff in conjunction with those associated with the sports): Avon High Bacon Academy, Colchester;...
  • Liquor Cabinet: Captain Stormy

    Liquor Cabinet: Captain Stormy
    Captain Stormy found at Good Life Grill 17 East Granby Road, Granby Ingredients: Captain Morgan Black rum, Ginger beer Price: $7.00 The Good Life Grill is what you could call a classic American home town bar.  Friendly people, fast service, well...
  • Former California Utility Executive To Replace Raymond Necci At CL&P

    A former executive of California's largest utility will replace Raymond P. Necci as president and chief operating officer of Connecticut Light & Power Co. after the longtime Northeast Utilities executive retires. NU announced Thursday that Jeff Butler,...
  • Courant Probe: Marshals Charged Unnecessary Fees From 2007 Until Recently

    Connecticut homeowners facing foreclosure have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in unnecessary marshal fees since 2007, when a select group of marshals who serve foreclosure papers boosted their incomes by changing the way they billed for deliveries,...
  • Old New-Gate Prison

    Old New-Gate Prison is closed for renovation and restoration in 2010. In the early 18th century, New-Gate was a copper-mine before it was used to house criminals in 1773. The first State Prison in America, New-Gate was declared a National Historic...
  • Contractors Keep On Truckin' At Conex Connecticut Construction Equipment Expo

    Contractors Keep On Truckin' At Conex Connecticut Construction Equipment Expo
    Subcontractors Mike Mohr and Dave Brown were considering the purchase of a new Bobcat skid-steer loader over an order of french fries Tuesday afternoon at the Connecticut Expo Center in Hartford. "We're looking at a cash deal," said Brown. "You know &#...
  • Officer In Windsor Locks Crash Had Been Rejected By Five Police Departments

    Officer In Windsor Locks Crash Had Been Rejected By Five Police Departments
    The officer who drove the car that struck and killed a teenage bicyclist, allegedly after a night of drinking, was rejected by five police departments before getting his job in Windsor Locks, where his father is a high-ranking officer. Once in Windsor...
  • All-Courant Girls Tennis Team

    Singles Sarah Anischik, Tolland, Sr. Catherine Clark, Bacon Academy-Colchester, Sr. Hannah Dahlem, Avon, Fr. Katherine DeNucci, Glastonbury, Fr. Bianka Horvath, Newington, Sr. Emily Lindsley, St. Paul-Bristol, Fr. Selina Nephuth, Glastonbury, Jr....
  • Dec. 25, 2011

    Dec. 25, 2011
    HONORABLE MENTIONS See! I told you it was a great name for an Italian restaurant. -- Bill Hook, Plainville Thank goodness unemployment benefits got extended! -- Lou Laccavole, Wethersfield That missing apostrophe is going to be a problem! -- John...