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  • Mary Halvorson and Jessica Pavone play the Big Room in New Haven on Feb. 18

    Mary Halvorson and Jessica Pavone play the Big Room in New Haven on Feb. 18
    Longstanding musical partnerships are a lot like ordinary friendships. Over time, as you become familiar with a buddy’s speech patterns, thought processes, personal history and upbringing, moral code, sense of humor, even his or her annoying tics...
  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Patricia Anne Ramirez, 49, of the 400 block of Battery Drive, was arrested Tuesday on a bench warrant in a case in which she was charged with theft less than $500 and theft...
  • Teel Time: New projected NCAA bracket to reflect bid thief St. Bonaventure

    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...
  • Cultfever plays The Outer Space in Hamden on April 9

    Cultfever plays The Outer Space in Hamden on April 9
    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...
  • The Elm City Popfest Transcends the Niche Market

    The Elm City Popfest Transcends the Niche Market
    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...
  • Connecticut puts an end to killing convicted murderers

    Connecticut puts an end to killing convicted murderers
    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...
  • States Of Emergency Across Tri-State

    States Of Emergency Across Tri-State
    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...
  • Brooklyn Based Singer Jennifer O'Connor Comes Back To Her Roots

    Brooklyn Based Singer Jennifer O'Connor Comes Back To Her Roots
    Jennifer O'Connor 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...
  • David Levine dies at 83; artist illustrated New York Review of Books

    David Levine dies at 83; artist illustrated New York Review of Books
    David Levine, an artist whose witty caricatures illustrated the New York Review of Books for more than 40 years, has died. He was 83. Levine died Tuesday at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan of prostate cancer and complications from other...
  • PASSINGS: Stephen Barnett, Douglas Duitsman, Erich Lehmann

    Stephen Barnett 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...
  • PASSINGS

    Albert L. Greene Hospital president 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...