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The Baltimore SunAs the Maryland men's basketball team looks for ways to produce more points, one future Terp is on a scoring tear. The Washington Post caught up recently with Bishop O'Connell guard Melo Trimble, who scored 33 and 31 points in back-to-back games last...
Frank Costanza was right after all. "Seinfeld" fans will recall the 1996 episode when the crusty Costanza, played by Jerry Stiller, pointed to the bird on his plate and asked, "What is this thing anyway?" Told it's a "Cornish game hen" by his son's snooty...
People have been waiting a long time to find out where Leon McQuay III will be going to college and the wait will finally end tonight at the Under Armour All-American Game at St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field. McQuay, the 6-foot-2, 184-pound standout...
The Hartford CourantIn the weeks before opening 50 West in late September, brothers-in-law Patrick Miceli and Michael Drouin found themselves at an impasse, searching for the perfect chef to execute the vision for the bistro. And then Niels van Galen arrived. The young,...
The Hartford CourantJim Calhoun, sitting back in a soft leather chair, his legs crossed, shot out an answer few would have expected. Would he ever consider "un-retiring?" "Well, I would never say never," Calhoun told Michael Kay, host of Center Stage, during a taping of the...
It was so quiet at BWI Marshall Airport Saturday morning, you could hear a little girl in pink singing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" as she and her family awaited their luggage at Carousel 3. Unlike the two days leading up to Thanksgiving, when the...
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: The town was named for Revolutionary War Gen. Israel Putnam, who is reputed to have said: "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes," during the Battle of Bunker Hill. When the town was incorporated from Killingly, Pomfret...
Tags: New York Yankees, New York Mets, Killingly
The Hartford CourantThe final votes are tallied and at last it's time to stop talking and start creating jobs. The self-proclaimed job creators who ran for office did create jobs — especially during their campaigns — but those jobs were temporary. Now that the...
Celebrations Gallery and Shoppes, at 330 Pomfret St. (Route 169) in Pomfret Center, presents “Small Works: Artful Treasures,” an exhibition and sale, from Saturday, Nov. 10, opening with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m., and ending on Sunday, Jan....
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture
Content ManagerA man who pushed aside children at a the Halloween Parade to get candy ended up in the hospital after a scuffle with a police officer. The officer was responding to complaints from parade watchers about the man, Frederick Pisano, 51, being disruptive...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Halloween, Festive Events
Seeking information about antiques and collectibles sometimes can be difficult because so many terms have more than one meaning. A "davenport" in England is a type of small desk. In the United States, it is a sofa. An ad may offer a "Duncan Phyfe"...
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