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  • Erin Goseer Mitchell on 'Born Colored'

    Erin Goseer Mitchell on 'Born Colored'
    The “Bloody Sunday” that Erin Goseer Mitchell refers to in the subtitle of her charming and often chilling book, “Born Colored: Life Before Bloody Sunday,” is not Jan. 30, 1972, in Derry, Northern Ireland, when 26 unarmed civil...
  • Curtis Sittenfeld talks "Sisterland"

    Curtis Sittenfeld talks "Sisterland"
    They're staples of sci-fi, fantasy and horror fiction, but psychic phenomena¬†— extrasensory perception, channeling, communication with the dead and so on¬†— rarely figure prominently in literary novels. In "Sisterland," however, best-selling...
  • Eugene Wilkinson dies at 94; Nautilus skipper pioneered nuclear sub era

    Eugene Wilkinson dies at 94; Nautilus skipper pioneered nuclear sub era
    As the boat moved down the channel into Long Island Sound, the captain ordered a message sent ashore that forever changed the strategy of naval warfare: "Underway on nuclear power." With those words on the morning of Jan. 17, 1955, Cmdr. Eugene...
  • Political Storms and Leadership Controversy Plague the Modern-Day Amistad

    Political Storms and Leadership Controversy Plague the Modern-Day Amistad
    There's a theory floating around that a latter-day band of buccaneers is trying to capture Connecticut's flagship and sail it away from its home port of New Haven. Of course, these alleged pirates insist they only want to save the Amistad from what they...
  • The false promise of municipal broadband

    For many local governments, the promise is seductive. A cottage industry of consultants and network builders — who stand to profit handsomely — sell the idea to misty-eyed government officials that building a municipal broadband network will...
  • Our Picks: Outdoor Evening Concerts in Greater New Haven

    Our Picks: Outdoor Evening Concerts in Greater New Haven
    July 25: Long Splice, 5:30 p.m., Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Essex, (860) 767-8269. ctrivermuseum.org; Hope Road, 6 p.m., Esker Point Beach, 900 Groton Long Point Rd., Groton, (860) 441-6600. grotonrec.com; Long Island Sound, 6:30 p.m., Vece...
  • Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art's Mid-Summer Exhibition Opens Friday

    Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art's Mid-Summer Exhibition Opens Friday
    The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art announces its Mid-Summer Exhibition, featuring the work of four artists. Ivo Hadjimishev of Sofia, Bulgaria is a globe travelling photographer, Jeremy Lebediker of Balston Spa, N.Y. is an unconventional Trompe L'oeil...
  • Crime & Punishment: Hartford Police Officer in Trouble For Comparing Black Men To Gorillas

    Crime & Punishment: Hartford Police Officer in Trouble For Comparing Black Men To Gorillas
    Eight-sided buildings were an architectural trend in the mid 19th century, spurred on by proto-psychologist Orson Squire Fowler, who wrote that they improved health by allowing for a greater influx of natural lighting. One of his followers was a Danbury...
  • Connecticut Plane Crashes Since 2008

    Connecticut Plane Crashes Since 2008
    Aug. 9, 2013, New Haven: A Rockwell International Turbo Commander 690B crashes into two houses on approach to Tweed-New Haven Airport, killing at least two people. June 23, 2013, Ellington: Adam Curtis, 52, of Enfield, died when his ultralight, one-...
  • Arts & Ideas Diary Day 3: Tuesday, June 18

    Arts & Ideas Diary Day 3: Tuesday, June 18
    I talked more about the festival today than I experienced it. I was one of several guests on Colin McEnroe’s WNPR radio show, broadcast live from the lobby of the Study Hotel on Chapel Street. Festival artists Martin Bresnick, David Chambers,...
  • Artists Create A Poetry Walk Along Seaside At UConn In Groton

    Artists Create A Poetry Walk Along Seaside At UConn  In Groton
    David Madacsi has an ambiguous relationship with the ocean. His home along the Mystic River flooded during Hurricane Sandy. A mooring buoy with a rusty chain was one of the pieces of detritus that washed onto his property. He intended to throw it away,...