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  • HBO Nicks Cinemax's 'The Knick' for Labor Day Viewing

    Hoping to give an audience boost to Cinemax's new drama "The Knick," parent company HBO will be airing the first three episodes of the historical medical drama on Labor Day. Starring Clive Owen and directed by Steven Soderbergh, "The Knick" is set in...
  • Katherine Heigl, Duane Reade end lawsuit over actress' photo

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actress Katherine Heigl and Duane Reade have come to an agreement in a lawsuit accusing the New York pharmacy of improperly posting to its social media accounts a paparazzi photograph of her leaving one of its stores. A lawyer for...
  • Boys basketball | Traveling a good call for Torres

    Boys basketball | Traveling a good call for Torres
    Julian Torres certainly made his summer a worthwhile experience. The Bolingbrook senior center spent nearly the entire summer away from his family and friends playing for the Puerto Rican Junior National team. The 6-foot-9, 240-pound Torres started...
  • Stun guns not a cure-all for police shootings, experts warn

    Stun guns not a cure-all for police shootings, experts warn
    Lethal police shootings in Ferguson, Mo., and St. Louis this month, and a chokehold death in New York City in July, have been met with a question: Why didn't the officers use a Taser? Although the use of stun guns has become prevalent in police...
  • How to get the most out of traveling just off-peak

    How to get the most out of traveling just off-peak
    Everyone loves a bargain, and when it comes to travel, most of us are always on the lookout for that sweet deal on lodging, an affordable cruise or a cheap flight. Flexibility often is the key to finding deals. Much of travel to Europe is June through...
  • Hey anonymous critics, enough with the fat shaming of Nikki Finke!

    I have never understood the bizarre power that entertainment reporter Nikki Finke holds over Hollywood. She has the ability to make people quake in their boots, pee in their pants and open their laptops with dread. It’s puzzling to me that an...
  • Pols: Shipbuilding Critical To Connecticut's Economy

    NEW LONDON — Ship repair and shipbuilding is "largely invisible to most of our state," said U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, "but it is a critical core strand to our economic vitality." Blumenthal and U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, held a...
  • The Insurance City And Customer Service

    The Sunday Courant of Aug. 24 had an excellent special section on the history of Connecticut's towns. Page W-4 noted in particular that Hartford was known as "The Insurance City." Perhaps not any more. But it is instructive to see how this came about....
  • Family finances: Slash your out-of-pocket health care expenses

    The trick to saving money on health care is learning how to navigate the health care marketplace. Stay in your network. Before you visit a doctor or have a procedure, ask your insurer and the health care provider whether the provider is included in...
  • Maria Sharapova wins first match at U.S. Open

    Maria Sharapova wins first match at U.S. Open
    Maria Sharapova followed up a flashy opening night ceremony on center court at the U.S. Open with some flashy tennis of her own Monday. Sharapova, a five-time major tournament winner, who is seeded No. 5 here, dropped behind in the first set, 4-2. Her...
  • Missouri case spurs talk of body cameras for police

    ST. LOUIS The encounter in Ferguson that ended with a police officer fatally shooting unarmed teenager Michael Brown has spurred police departments in the St. Louis area to do some deep soul-searching. Many hope to avoid the uncertainty of chaotic...