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Halloween is right around the corner. Zombies, werewolves, ghosts, witches and vampires rule the land for the next couple weeks. If you've found yourself wondering why we care about spooky creatures this time of year, perhaps you should attend Dr. Brendan...
Call Washington BureauOn the morning after The Morning Call/Muhlenberg College released a poll showing the margins in the presidential and U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania in the low single digits, a second independent university pollster came out with similar results....
Quinnipiac University’s newest museum, Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum, Músaem an Ghorta Mhóir, opens to the public on Thursday, Oct. 11. The 4,750-square-foot gallery, at 3011 Whitney Ave. in Hamden, is home to the world's largest collection of...
This is a story about recycling, and how everything is politically charged this election season. My husband carried our newspapers — which, by the way, he believes are hopelessly in the bag for President Barack Obama — to the curb the night...
Tags: Feminism, Politics, Gallup, Inc., Voting, Family
Quinnipiac University's Theater for Community presents a student performance of the Naomi Wallace's The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek this week. The play is about teenagers in the Great Depression and a dare that puts 15-year-old Dalton Chance in a race over...
Tags: Arts and Culture
Call Washington BureauIs it possible for Republican Senate candidate Tom Smith to be trailing incumbent Democrat Bob Casey by just six points while Mitt Romney is down by 12 against Barack Obama in Pennsylvania? That's what the latest Quinnipiac University survey of likely...
William Tucker of Hampton beams with pride when he talks about meeting President Barack Obama last month when the president made a campaign stop in Hampton. Tucker, 83, a veteran of three wars who has also been the head of the state longshoremen's union,...
A closer look at last week's University of Connecticut/Hartford Courant Poll on our state's heated U.S. Senate race raises some interesting questions about who was actually answering the poll questions. Like, where the hell were all the independent...
The Hartford CourantWhen sitting down with the Courant, Julie Paolino, 49, identified herself as a physical therapist who, in addition assisting patients, also oversees and supports nine physical therapy clinics. An employee surveyed this year by WorkplaceDynamics...
The Hartford CourantNational Democrats are delivering a cash infusion on behalf of U.S. Senate candidate Chris Murphy, further evidence of Republican Linda McMahon's surge and a signal of major shifts in the fight for control of the chamber. The Democratic Senatorial...
The Hartford CourantAt one point in the video, a male wrestler throws a scantily clad woman on a bed, approaches her from behind, and grabs her hair — as a ringside audience looks on. Another scene shows a man undressing a female corpse in a casket before climbing...
Most states are lucky to have one theater that's won the Tony Award for Best Regional Theater. Connecticut has five, and two of them are in New Haven. The Yale Repertory Theatre [1120 Chapel St., New Haven; (203) 432-1234, yalerep.org], right downtown on...
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