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  • 'The View' re-invented. (Whatever they do, bring back joy Behar!)

    "The View' is still a daytime ratings-getter, last year averaging 3.3 million viewers a day. "But still that was down from previous years -- according to focus groups -- that was the fault of Joy (Behar) and Elisabeth (Hasselbeck) who were too...
  • Celebrate John Lennon's Birthday This Thursday at The Kate in Old Saybrook

    Celebrate John Lennon's Birthday This Thursday at The Kate in Old Saybrook
    On Wed., Oct. 9, John Lennon would have turned 73 years old. Lennon's legacy and that of the Beatles still endures today, and for that very reason we celebrate Lennon's music this time of year. You could head up to Mohegan Sun's Wolf Den on Oct. 10 for...
  • Our List of Halloween Events in Greater New Haven

    Our List of Halloween Events in Greater New Haven
    Graveyard Shift Ghost Tours: Thu.-Sat. through Oct. 26, 6, 7, 8 & 9 p.m. The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford. (860) 247-0998. marktwainhouse.org. Hear creepy tales and learn about Mark Twain's own interest in the supernatural....
  • Connecticut Composer's Tunes Get New Run In 'Scrapbook' At Goodspeed

    Connecticut Composer's Tunes Get New Run In 'Scrapbook' At Goodspeed
    It's not as if Stephen Schwartz was just hanging out at his Ridgefield home this fall. The composer's "to do" list was staggering: Working on lyrics to a new Bollywood animated movie musical, jetting around the world from Toledo to New Zealand to...
  • Crime & Punishment: People Who Shot Themselves

    Crime & Punishment: People Who Shot Themselves
    The Connecticut Department of Corrections claims the right to ban violent, sexually explicit or otherwise objectionable books and magazines from prison libraries if they do not have any "redeeming literary, educational or scientific value." Last month,...
  • Lawsuit Over Regional Trash Agency Contract Provides Glimpse Into Capitol Communications

    A bitter lawsuit that charges favoritism and illegal lobbying provides a glimpse into the behind-the-scenes communications and inner workings of government at the state Capitol. The pitched battle between two high-profile Hartford Democrats has been...
  • Unwind With Some Beach Yoga at Meigs Point Nature Center

    Unwind With Some Beach Yoga at Meigs Point Nature Center
    Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritually uplifting practice, and what better place to practice it than the beach? Carolyn Murphy, of Riverdog Yoga in Old Saybrook, will be leading a free yoga class at Hammonasset Beach. The class is open to the...
  • All-Courant Boys Golf Team

    All-Courant Boys Golf Team
    All-Courant Boys Golf Chris Bennett, Hand-Madison, Sr. Andrew Boucher, Lewis Mills-Burlington, Sr. Brian Carlson, Hand, Jr. Will Delmastro, Wethersfield, Jr. Jason Despard, Fermi-Enfield, Sr. Austin Forauer, Berlin, Jr. Evan Grenus, Glastonbury,...
  • Pure Prairie League Comes to Connecticut

    Pure Prairie League Comes to Connecticut
    You already know who Pure Prairie League is. No really, you do. They sing that song "Amie," that goes, "Amie, whatchoo wanna do? I think I could stay with you for a while, maybe longer if I do." It was a big hit in 1975, at the height of a bluegrass...
  • The Preserve May Be Saved Yet

    The Preserve May Be Saved Yet
    If the money can be had, this is a great environmental victory: The Trust for Public Land announced Wednesday that it has reached an agreement to buy and protect a stunning 1,000-acre tract along the shore called The Preserve — the last...
  • A Fundraiser for Sgt. David Tupper at Firemen's Field in Old Saybrook

    A Fundraiser for Sgt. David Tupper at Firemen's Field in Old Saybrook
    Take some time this Saturday to lend a helping hand to one of our own who's already sacrificed so much. Sgt. David Tupper, a 2002 graduate of Old Saybrook High School, suffered a traumatic brain injury during one of his two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan...