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  • A Connecticut Yankee Looks Back On His Forebear

    A Connecticut Yankee Looks Back On His Forebear
    Jesse Leavenworth here to tell you about Jesse Leavenworth. I write of my Revolutionary namesake with pride, but must admit some truth in the old saying about looking back far enough and finding a horse thief. Old Jess and I share ancestors who came...
  • Small-lot ordinance a virtual certainty

    In a move that received mixed reaction, a divided Costa Mesa City Council approved on a first vote an ordinance Tuesday that aims to ease restrictions for certain housing developments. The ordinance is still subject to a second, final vote. The...
  • Jenna Vollono, New Haven

    Jenna Vollono, New Haven
    Jenna Vollono, a resident of New Haven's Westville neighborhood and an East Haven native, was spotted on the corner of Whitney & Trumbull aves. on the opening day of her new business, Hive Hair Studio (93 Whitney Ave., New Haven). CTNow: Are there any...
  • Pension Problems, And One Solution

    Connecticut has seen failings in its public-sector pension system this month and also a glimpse of a more promising future. The flaws include a judge who will get a six-figure pension for working less than four years and a mayor who may get a disability...
  • Small-lot ordinance facing second reading

    A proposed ordinance that would ease building requirements for small developments faces its second reading Tuesday before the Costa Mesa City Council. The Small-Lot Subdivision Ordinance would be applied to projects containing up to 15 units in areas...
  • Right To Tape Cops In Action Needs Teeth

    State Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney's so-called "Cops and Cameras" bill may get further along in the legislative process this year — who knows, it might even pass — but only because it has been made unacceptably weaker in committee....
  • Message To Cops: Stiff Sentence For Hassling Latinos

    Police officers who indulge in the criminal habit of hassling people simply because of their racial identify should take notice of what happened in U.S. District Judge Alvin Thompson's Hartford courtroom this week. Judge Thompson sentenced former East...
  • Council to consider small-lot law

    The City Council on Tuesday will consider a proposed law designed to create more flexible standards for certain housing developments in Costa Mesa. The Small-Lot Subdivision Ordinance would ease requirements on developers of relatively small land...
  • Drip, Drip, Drip: East Haven's Seemingly Endless Police Scandal

    Drip, Drip, Drip: East Haven's Seemingly Endless Police Scandal
    Before water-boarding was all the rage in "harsh interrogation," there was a more subtle form often referred to as "Chinese Water Torture." That technique called for the subject to be tied up and a slow drip, drip, drip of water directed against his or...
  • With Year Fast Fleeting, A Happy Greeting

    Dear readers, we've come to the end of a year. It's time for my poem, delivered with cheer. I write it with gusto and plot it out happily. I swing for the bleachers, like Papi and Napoli. By bringing you joy, I couldn't be happier If I had the...
  • Yuca, A Sacred Staple Of Latin American Cuisine

    Yuca, A Sacred Staple Of Latin American Cuisine
    It is almidón sagrado, or "sacred starch," in the poetry of Dr. Marinaelo Medrano, author of the collection "Diosas de la Yuca" (Goddesses of the Yuca). Yuca bears no resemblance to the similarly spelled, flowering desert plant called yucca, although...