| Mar 11, 2012
| 1:13 PM
After more than a week of conference championship craziness, finally a bid thief: St. Bonaventure of the Atlantic 10 this afternoon became the first surprise winner of a league tournament to swipe a bid from a bubble team.
The fourth-seeded Bonnies...
| Apr 2, 2012
| 9:05 AM
Ethereal, dreamy, spacey Brooklyn indie/electropop duo Cultfever bring the fun up to Connecticut this week when they play The Outer Space on Mon., April 9. Fresh off the release of their self-titled debut, which made our list of kick-ass albums at the end...
| Sep 13, 2011
| 11:14 AM
This week finds us with the third and largest-yet Elm City Popfest, New Haven's contribution to the tradition of indiepop fans throwing homegrown popfests to celebrate their pop passions.
To the uninitiated, the idea of pop needing a festival might...
| Apr 12, 2012
| 8:58 AM
When Gov. Dannel Malloy carries out his promise to sign the repeal of this state’s endlessly debated death penalty, Connecticut will become the 16th state in the nation to stop the execution of convicted murderers.
The state House finally (after...
| Oct 29, 2011
| 9:25 PM
If Saturday was any indication, we could be in for a rough winter.
Governors Andrew Cuomo, Chris Christie and Dannel Malloy have declared states of emergency in the wake of a rare, record-breaking, October Nor'easter that has blanked the Tri-State area...
| Aug 29, 2012
| 2:04 PM
It’s no secret how more I greatly admire Gabriel Kahane’s terrific score to his new musical “February House” when its had its world premiere earlier this year at New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre. It subsequently had a run at...
| Aug 7, 2012
| 9:45 AM
Aug 10, 8 p.m., The Stomping Ground, 132 Main St., Putnam, free.
Once you know that Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter Jennifer O'Connor spent her formative years in Connecticut, you start to think you hear hints of the state...
| Oct 18, 2009
Vocal critic of California court system
Stephen Barnett, 73, a 1st Amendment professor emeritus at the UC Berkeley School of Law and a prominent critic of the state court system, died Tuesday in Berkeley of complications from cardiac...
| Apr 22, 2009
Albert L. Greene
Albert L. Greene, 59, president and chief executive of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys since 2006, died Thursday at his home in Calabasas. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in June, the hospital...
| Aug 3, 2009
Bobby C. Wilks, the first African American Coast Guard aviator and the first African American to reach the rank of Coast Guard captain, died July 13 at an assisted-living community in Woodbridge, Va., of complications from Parkinson's disease. He was 78....
| Feb 8, 2009
In Donald Margulies' new play, "Time Stands Still," a top photojournalist recovers from a near-fatal roadside bomb blast as her long-term relationship with a reporter undergoes its own test of survival. Margulies, whose widely admired plays "Sight Unseen"...