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Hard numbers don't exist to tell us how many viewers had additional screens on their laps as they watched the three presidential and one vice-presidential debates this fall, but it was undoubtedly greater than the population of Canada. Hartford's Real Art...
Tags: NPR, Real Art Ways, Radio, Entertainment
The Hartford CourantThis is my last chance to tell you what I think about the coming election, because The Courant enforces a period of editorial neutrality right before the vote. So here are a few things I think. I think it's damn strange the way Linda McMahon ran a...
The Hartford CourantEvery few years, it's time again to point out that Mark Davis is necessary. The veteran WTNH newsman is part Sam Donaldson and part Ron Burgundy with a dash of sportscaster Jim Gray. He has a knack for barking out questions that make politicians...
The Hartford CourantI'm going to say something that may sound a little strange, but it explains some pressing mysteries. A state building — located at 39 Woodland St. in Hartford — is possessed by evil spirits and possibly even Satan himself. The building houses...
The Hartford CourantThursday dawned gray and rainy for Democrats in Connecticut. The previous night, a wooden replica of President Obama stood before the nation blinking helplessly while Mitt Romney became the life of the party. And when their eyelids fluttered opened in...
Earlier this week, for one brief shining moment, our badly divided republic came together so gloriously that Paul Ryan and Barack Obama were finishing each other's sentences. Everybody agreed that the replacement refs were ruining professional football....
Tags: Politics, NAACP, Dannel P. Malloy , Linda McMahon, Elections
The Hartford CourantEverything is so close! The U.S Senate race is too close to call and so is the argument about who is the bigger deadbeat. Your choices: A) Chris Murphy, who appears to have fallen behind, at various times, on his rent, his mortgage, his property taxes,...
The Hartford CourantRemember the scene in "Witness" where the local bullies start taunting the Amish in their carts? One of them paints the face of Alexander Godunov with his ice cream cone. They're knocking off straw hats. And Harrison Ford clambers down out of the jitney...
The Hartford CourantIf I knew more about hockey, I'd know which hockey player Dan Malloy resembles at the Democratic convention. He's not Dave Semenko, the hulking bloody-fisted 1980s goon eventually acquired from Edmonton by the Hartford Whalers mainly because that was the...
The Hartford CourantOn Wednesday afternoon, my own radio station was going on a bit too long about how well peaches go with duck, so I flipped over to the show hosted by former Gov. John Rowland, where a caller was saying (I paraphrase): "Breathes there a man with soul so...
Tags: Tampa, Politics, John Rowland, Republican Party, Radio Industry
The Hartford CourantThe primary is over! There are supposed to be fewer candidates, not more. And yet, in the fascinating 5th District, candidacies pop up all the time, like little toadstools after a summer rain. The most publicized of these is "Chris Donovan II: Attack...
The Hartford CourantThere's something wrong here. Permit me to bore you with some numbers. In 2010, Chris Murphy beat Sam Caligiuri 118,000 to 102,000 in Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. In 2008, a presidential year and therefore a better comparison to 2012, it...
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