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  • From Latin American To Polish Varieties, Blood Sausage Plentiful In Connecticut

    From Latin American To Polish Varieties, Blood Sausage Plentiful In  Connecticut
    Outside of Criollisimo Restaurant on Arch Street in New Britain, on a sandwich board advertising the specials of the day, the magic word, "Morcilla," could be seen down the sidewalk. Inside, waiting at the counter was Diane Alverio, publisher of the...
  • Connecticut's Bar Trivia: No Trivial Pursuit

    Connecticut's Bar Trivia: No Trivial Pursuit
    What is the population of Ireland? Edward Slater, 32, of West Hartford will never forget that trivia question, the one that kept him from a free trip to said country in the bar-trivia finals at McLadden's in West Hartford. Being the second closest...
  • Fragile Divide Separates Us From Danger

    When I was a kid, I collected a line of nature books you could buy at the supermarket. I remember only one story from the whole series, an essay by a herpetologist doing field work in South America. He found a big brown snake in the jungle, recognized...
  • A Teacher's Caring Can Last A Lifetime

    I'm from a family of teachers. My mother, father, stepfather, wife and brother, and a small army of aunts, uncles and cousins, are teachers. Everywhere I go, I meet people who were taught by one of my relatives. I teach teachers at the University of...
  • Local Politics Can Be Just Pure Craziness

    What did we learn from this week's local elections? The short answer is nothing. You should never trust anybody who claims that city and town elections prove anything about statewide or national trends. For example, ignore all the people who tell you...
  • Open Job Doors By Recognizing Veterans' Training

    It should be a point of national shame that the unemployment rate for military veterans who served in Afghanistan and Iraq (or both) since Sept. 11, 2001 — known as "Gulf War II veterans" — is well above the national average. It's nearly 10...
  • Proposed Limits On Pet Stores Too Strict

    As the CEO of the Northeast's largest wholesale distributor of aquatics and pets, I have worked with Connecticut pet store owners for decades. These committed entrepreneurs, tireless workers and compassionate pet owners operate responsibly and with the...
  • Unaware, Then Overwhelmed: Hurricane Of 1938 Still Historic

    Unaware, Then Overwhelmed: Hurricane Of 1938 Still Historic
    When the topic is hurricanes in these parts, the conversation begins and ends with the one that stormed ashore on Sept. 21, 1938. "The Great Hurricane of 1938," slammed into Long Island with such force that it registered on a seismograph in Alaska and...
  • Tinley Park, New Lenox, Frankfort, Mokena police blotter: Feb. 25

    Tinley Park, New Lenox, Frankfort, Mokena police blotter: Feb. 25
    The following were taken from police reports: Tinley Park A 56-year-old Tinley Park man was charged with domestic battery and resisting police in connection with an incident on the 7500 block of Bayfield Drive on Feb. 19. A 54-year-old Markham man...
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  • Dot Mitzvah, New Haven

    Dot Mitzvah, New Haven
    Where do you do most of your shopping? Fashionista Vintage and Variety. It's the best place to buy clothes in the city. What about shopping for burlesque clothes? I make a lot of my costumes, and the ones I don't make I buy from places like...