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Gangs of New London: New Guilty Plea in 'Green Garages' Case

Gangs of New London: New Guilty Plea in 'Green Garages' Case

A group called the Green Garages had long engaged in criminal activities in New London including drug dealing and acts of violence. In 2011 the violence intensified.

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Investigations Continue in Blonde, Blue-eyed & Gone Cases; Update

Investigations Continue in Blonde, Blue-eyed & Gone Cases; Update

Investigative journalist and serial killer expert M. William Phelps offers an update on two of the most compelling cold cases in Connecticut, Lisa White and Janice Pocket, first profiled in a Connecticut Magazine article in March 2013.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
Creative Plates the Center of New Bustling Bar in SoNo, Washington Prime

Creative Plates the Center of New Bustling Bar in SoNo, Washington Prime

Fresh, creative food and an impressive bar draws bustling crowds to Washington Prime in SoNo.

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Best Food Trucks in Connecticut, Part 2; On-the-Go Goes Gourmet

Best Food Trucks in Connecticut, Part 2; On-the-Go Goes Gourmet

Time for a second helping of great gourmet food trucks from around the state.

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Connecticut Politics

by Jennifer Swift
Gov. Malloy Touts Economic Progress, But Is It Enough to Win Re-Election?

Gov. Malloy Touts Economic Progress, But Is It Enough to Win Re-Election?

when he took office, Gov. Dannel Malloy pledged to put the state’s economy on a path to prosperity, but four years later Connecticut is still struggling—as is Malloy’s re-election bid.

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Tom Foley Says He Needs Two Terms to Fix Connecticut's Problems

Tom Foley Says He Needs Two Terms to Fix Connecticut's Problems

Tom Foley, a day after beating state Sen. John McKinney in the Republican primary to challenge Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in November, said he would need two terms as governor to get the state on track.

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Arts & Entertainment

 Katharine Hepburn-Inspired Performance Venue in Old Saybrook Turns 5 in Style

Katharine Hepburn-Inspired Performance Venue in Old Saybrook Turns 5 in Style

The Kate has logged more than 1,000 performances in its lovely 250-seat theater treasured by both performers and audiences for its intimacy and acoustics—and it’s celebrating the five-year milestone Aug. 23 with its annual gala.

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Undying Love, Murder Plot, (Dinner)—A Magic (Flute) Evening in Middlebury

Undying Love, Murder Plot, (Dinner)—A Magic (Flute) Evening in Middlebury

A fully-staged and costumed production of Die Zauberflote (“The Magic Flute”)is being presented Aug. 23 at The Westover School in Middlebury.

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73 results for best brunch
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1. Longwood Country Inn
available. * Closed Mon. Best Brunch—Litchfield County. L (Tues.-Sat.) D (Tues.-Sat.) SB, $$, WA
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2. Mansion Clam House, Westport
The Mansion Clam House is everything its tongue-in-cheek moniker implies. Funky-refined, raffish but not really. A clam shack with class and the elusive feeling that it’s an old New England landmark.
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3. Music & Food: Perfect Pairings
If you’re looking for “background music,” go someplace else.
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4. O'Porto, Hartford
Years ago, David and I racketed around Portugal in a cute little rented car, falling in love with the country, the people, the food and each other. Dining at O’Porto in Hartford recently, I was reminded that the bold, earthy, sea-splashed food of Portugal is a distinctive cuisine in and of itself, not to be confused with or lumped in with that of Spain.
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5. Oyster Club, Mystic
Fresh, local seafood is the focus of the Oyster Club's creative menu.
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6. Putting Moms First
Blue Lemon's putting its best foot forward for Mother's Day.
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7. Quiet Corner article 1 %
8. Readers' Choice: Best Restaurants 2012
Where do our readers like to dine out? Here's the latest list of their favorites, with winners in 27 categories.
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9. Readers Choice: Behind the Numbers/Brunch
Brunch on a winter Sunday can be delightful. Here are our readers' Top 10 favorite brunch spots around Connecticut.
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10. Restaurant Review: Brushmill by the Waterfall, Chester article 1 %
11. Restaurant Review: Dolce Cubano, Stamford
Dolce Cubano is visually stunning and serves many typically Cuban specialties.
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12. Restaurant Review: Elm, New Canaan
Elm is a showcase for the considerable talents of chef Brian Lewis.
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13. Restaurant Review: The Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock
It’s nice to know that the The Inn at Woodstock Hill is still with us, spruced up without losing a speck of its charm.
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14. Sails American Grill, Rowayton article 1 %
15. Saltwater Grille, Stamford
Real estate's golden rule-location, location, location-applies to restaurants, too, but as stock offerings dutifully remind, it is no guarantee of future performance. 183 Harbor Drive in Stamford is a case in point.
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16. Seeking Seafood
Lobsters, oysters, fresh fish and a lot more, from Old Saybrook all the way out to Stonington.
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17. Shoreline East article 1 %
18. Simsbury's Popover Cafe Home to Great Tasting Healthy Food article 1 %
19. Still River Cafe
Romantic, Best Brunch, Best Appetizers, Best Service--Windham County. L D (Fri.-Sat.) SB, $$$, WA
business 89 %
20. Summer Fun
It seems like it’s been a long, long wait this time, but the warm weather is here at last, and summer—official summer—is just around the corner.
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