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  • Oct. 27, 2013

    Oct. 27, 2013
    HONORABLE MENTIONS I think I put too much stock in it. -- Shelly Oster, Orem, Utah Now all we have to add is some healthy people! -- Jon Wilson, Suffield Sen. Cruz's recipe says, "Stir the pot. Then REPEAT!" -- Brendan Powers, Fort Myers, Fla. These...
  • 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...
  • No One Paying Attention As Amistad Took On Water

    No One Paying Attention As Amistad Took On Water
    There is no disagreement on how important the sailing ship Amistad — which carried slaves from Cuba along America's Atlantic coast — is to the history of the abolitionist movement or to Connecticut. The modern-day, 129-foot replica of Amistad,...
  • Sex U: Should College Professors and Adult Students Be Allowed To Get It On?

    Sex U: Should College Professors and Adult Students Be Allowed To Get It On?
    The University of Connecticut earlier this month banned all sex between professors and undergraduate students. Yale University did the same in 2010. (Well, at least both schools have tried to ban it.) The idea is to protect both students and the...
  • State Pours Money Into Amistad, Must Demand Accountability

    State Pours Money Into Amistad, Must Demand Accountability
    Connecticut needs to renegotiate its relationship with Amistad, its tall ship, to get a guarantee in writing that the ship will be in the state and open to the public four months a year. That's the least the state should get in return for spending...
  • Recycled Art In New London

    Recycled Art In New London
     “Abstract Recycling, The Offsite Show,” a third annual exhibit of found-object works made from recycled stuff, will be at Provenance Center, 165 State St. in New London. In previous years, the show was held at the North Stonington Transfer...
  • 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-...
  • Shoreline Wine Festival in Guilford Aug. 10 and 11

    Shoreline Wine Festival in Guilford Aug. 10 and 11
    Bishops Orchards in Guilford hosts the 7th Annual Shoreline Wine Festival Aug. 10 and 11, with wines from several Connecticut vineyards, food, vendors and live music. The festival will be held from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday....
  • Upscale Towns Courting Affordable Housing

    When it comes to affordable or mixed-income housing, there is no such thing as low-hanging fruit. It isn't easy to build affordable homes in the 32 Connecticut municipalities that have a fair amount of such housing; it's much harder in the other 137...
  • Officials' Children Get Plum Summer Jobs At State Agency

    Rosemary Bove, the $101,000-a-year state official who manages Connecticut's five "Welcome Centers" on interstate highways, didn't have to look very far for at least a couple of the young people who were hired in May to work in 13 highly-coveted summer...
  • Tribal Recognition Battle May Restart

    Tribal Recognition Battle May Restart
    New federally recognized Indian tribes in Connecticut — and the gambling casinos that can accompany them — may once again be on the horizon. For descendants of the state's Native American tribal groups, the fight for coveted federal...