August 2013

August 2013

Features

7 reforms that could help fight corruption in Connecticut

7 reforms that could help fight corruption in Connecticut

Politician, heal thyself! Without structural changes in how state government works, Connecticut is guaranteed to see more John Rowlands. If legislators are serious about reform, here are a few places they could start.

Fixing Corrupticut: Malloy, Rell, Foley and others weigh in on reforming Connecticut politics

Connecticut Magazine asked 10 people from all political stripes what they’d recommend to reduce corruption in the state.

Connecticut can’t shake corruption as leaders resist reform

Connecticut can’t shake corruption as leaders resist reform

Political corruption has long been a thorn in Connecticut’s side, from shady backroom deals to outright abuses of power. So can our problems be solved, or are we destined to have a State House for sale?

All-Star Game Starter, Mets Ace Harvey a Connecticut Kid With Big Heart

All-Star Game Starter, Mets Ace Harvey a Connecticut Kid With Big Heart

Mystic’s Matt Harvey is already one of baseball’s best pitchers in his first full season, but that’s not a surprise to anyone who knows him.

Connecticut Wineries Widen Their Appeal

Connecticut Wineries Widen Their Appeal

Connecticut vineyards are not just for wine lovers anymore.

Adult Adoptees in Connecticut Trying to Gain Access to Their Birth Certificates and Own Identities

Adult Adoptees in Connecticut Trying to Gain Access to Their Birth Certificates and Own Identities

Adult adoptees in Connecticut want what everyone else has—access to their own birth records, and their own identities.

The Effort to Exonerate Those Executed for Witchcraft in Connecticut Continues

The Effort to Exonerate Those Executed for Witchcraft in Connecticut Continues

Long before Salem, 11 “witches” were executed here. Anthony Griego wants to right that wrong.

Connecticut's New Historic Barns Trail Showcases Agricultural Treasures

Connecticut's New Historic Barns Trail Showcases Agricultural Treasures

The state blazes a trail to honor and preserve New England treasures.

Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Choosing an entrée is an agonizing pleasure at The Willows as options range from rich and filling to light and bright.

The Changing Face of Pediatric Dentistry in Connecticut

The Changing Face of Pediatric Dentistry in Connecticut

We brush up on the current state of pediatric dentistry in the state.

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Connecticut Wineries Widen Their Appeal

Connecticut Wineries Widen Their Appeal

Connecticut vineyards are not just for wine lovers anymore.

Adult Adoptees in Connecticut Trying to Gain Access to Their Birth Certificates and Own Identities

Adult Adoptees in Connecticut Trying to Gain Access to Their Birth Certificates and Own Identities

Adult adoptees in Connecticut want what everyone else has—access to their own birth records, and their own identities.

Restaurant Review: Mediterraneo, Norwalk

Restaurant Review: Mediterraneo, Norwalk

Mediterraneo at Hotel Zero Degrees is a stunning 120-seat restaurant and bar with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall looking out on the Norwalk River.

Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Restaurant Review: The Willows, Bristol

Choosing an entrée is an agonizing pleasure at The Willows as options range from rich and filling to light and bright.

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