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  • Bay State Rightly A Little Leery About Casinos

    Massachusetts residents must have one eye cocked on Connecticut as they assess the possible impact of casino gambling on their quality of life. Since early September, voters in four Massachusetts towns that were prospective casino locations have...
  • Robeks: Freshly Squeezed Health-To-Go

    Robeks: Freshly Squeezed Health-To-Go
    Robeks, juices, smoothies, West Hartford, Milford, Stamford, Fairfield and Westport. It seems like every year, there's more and more of a push to try to eat healthfully. Now that we're approaching New Year's Resolution season, changing habits and...
  • 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...
  • Devastating Winds Raked State During Historic Hurricanes

    Devastating Winds Raked State During Historic Hurricanes
    In August 1635, Connecticut consisted of a tiny settlement in Wethersfield and a crude fort in Old Saybrook. This was probably a good thing. It limited the devastation when the Great Colonial Hurricane arrived. The ocean surge from this welcome-to-the-...
  • The FCC Offers a Chance For Low-Watt Radio Stations To Expand

    The FCC Offers a Chance For Low-Watt Radio Stations To Expand
    If you've ever had a hankering to run your own local radio station and happen to have about $15,000 lying around to spend on necessary equipment, our recently reopened federal government has a heck of a deal for you. The Federal Communications...
  • New Haven, Birthplace of the Burger

    New Haven, Birthplace of the Burger
    New Haven is the birthplace of the hamburger. Apparently, this distinction has been codified by the Library of Congress. More specifically, as every New Havenite knows, it all started at Louis' Lunch in 1900, five years after that place opened its doors....
  • The Best Book Stores in Greater New Haven

    The Best Book Stores in Greater New Haven
    This article is part of our 2013 New Haven Annual Manual   Alternate Universe, 1181 Chapel St., 203-562-0108; 398 Bridgeport Ave., Milford, 203-876-8539, facebook.com/alternateuniverse. A beloved mecca for area comics fans, be it traditional superhero...
  • Crime & Punishment: Bristol Officials Angry Over Internet Comments

    Crime & Punishment: Bristol Officials Angry Over Internet Comments
    Officials in Bristol are asking the Bristol Press to stop allowing visitors to its website to leave comments anonymously. Local politics have been contentious recently over everything from city worker contracts to fines for the landlords of properties...
  • De Blasio discusses, perhaps for the only time, father's suicide

    When you're in politics, to borrow a phrase from Faulkner, the past is never the past, especially when you're running for high office. Even from when you were only 18 years old. Bill de Blasio, the 52-year-old Democratic favorite to become New York...
  • Can Gil Thorpe of 'Modern Family' Help Gil Thorp on the Funnies Page?

    If and when Gil Thorpe, the antagonistic pickle-dispensing realtor from "Modern Family," gets a show of his own, there's another character who might like to have a chat. His name? Gil Thorp. Gil Thorpe has been around for just four or so TV seasons. He's...
  • Hampton authors share life and love of writing

    Hampton authors share life and love of writing
    Karen and Tony Muldoon of Hampton have been collaborating on stories, and life, for more than 30 years, first as award-winning journalists at the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, N.J., and later as screenwriters hoping for a shot at Hollywood success....