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The Hartford CourantThe color of Christmas has been green for centuries -- long before retailers went boom or bust from their holiday sales. Decking the halls with boughs of holly came long before department store Santas. ``The connotation of hope and renewal is represented...
Courant Staff WriterBushnell Park and the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts concert hall are named for a man whose bicentennial birthday is barely being marked this year. In his era, the sermon was the literature that served rich and poor, much as television does...
The Hartford CourantRebecca Taber-Conover says it happens all the time: As she leads a tour down Hartford's Main Street, people are bowled over by its history and architecture - once it is brought to their attention. "A lot of folks - and I was this way, too - you drive...
The Hartford CourantLike many parents with mentally retarded children, Robert Benson felt a sweet rush of gratitude every time he thought about the group home where his brain-damaged son was so happily ensconced. The feeling was especially strong, given that Benson had...
Tags: Brain, Family, Ella Grasso, Texas, Contracts
The holidays play themselves out in many places and many ways. We visit a few of them, and our writers bring back stories of camels, carols, Christmas trees and that thing called hope. • • • Report from Bethlehem The news this Christmas season from...
The Hartford CourantFounder Paul LeMay's reason for promoting the New England Fiddle Contest is different from that of contest volunteers. LeMay agrees with the volunteers that the contest, which will be held next month at Riverfront Plaza, is a way of enlivening city...
The Hartford CourantThe city of Hartford revolves around Bushnell Park. At least it seems that way from the carousel located in the middle of the park. On one end of the park – America's first public park -- is the state capital, on the other is one of the city's best...
Courant Staff WriterBattling jaw-clenching cold, squads of workers spent this winter cleaning out the inside of the historic Hartford Electric Light Co. building, preparing the 90-year-old structure for its new life as an upscale condominium christened The Metropolitan. The...
Tags: Sage, Dining and Drinking, Trumbull, Rentals, Marketing
ctnow.comNote: The map and schedule for First Night Hartford published in the Dec. 31, 2001 edition of The Hartford Courant was inaccurate. Click on the graphic at right for the correct information or visit the official First Night Hartford site. Celebrate the...
The Hartford CourantKen Greenberg is a city planner from Toronto who spearheaded a 1998 master plan for downtown Hartford that came to be known as the Greenberg Plan. Now a consultant to the Capital City Economic Development Authority, he spoke with The Courant's editorial...
The Hartford CourantGlen Sampson is crouched over his bicycle, flying down Jackson Hill Road in Middlefield, past farmland sweet with the smell of grass and wildflowers. Peter Aarrestad wings his way through the greenery of Tryon Street in Glastonbury, with the Connecticut...
Tags: Vehicles, Travel, Old State House, Commuting, Soccer
Northeast MagazineThis is the time of year when I offer my annual public service zucchini recipe. It's a sort of Connecticut end-of-summer tradition to burden one's friends, family, co-workers, postal carriers, neighbors and passing strangers with large bags full of...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Baking Powder, Salt, Mardi Gras, Lemons
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