Lary Bloom's Notebook, , Final Say, Features

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Connecticut Home & Garden: Elements of Surprise

Connecticut Home & Garden: Elements of Surprise

An architect waxes poetic on a shoreline home near and dear to his heart.

October 2013
Who Controls the Connecticut Media?

Who Controls the Connecticut Media?

The past decade has seen dramatic change in the state’s newspaper industry, including who owns some of Connecticut’s most prominent newspapers.

October 2013
Healthy Living: Beyond Cancer Treatment

Healthy Living: Beyond Cancer Treatment

How the medical community is helping women reconstruct body and spirit after a breast cancer diagnosis.

October 2013
Restaurant Review: Vinted Wine Bar & Kitchen

Restaurant Review: Vinted Wine Bar & Kitchen

Vinted's menu, all small plates, is au courant comfort food with a fanciful twist.

October 2013
Restaurant Review: Arethusa al Tavolo, Bantam

Restaurant Review: Arethusa al Tavolo, Bantam

Bantam has never been a star-studded gourmet-dining destination, but that has changed with the opening of Arethusa al Tavolo.

October 2013
Connecticut Animal Welfare Groups Passionately Protect Animals

Connecticut Animal Welfare Groups Passionately Protect Animals

The continued protection of animals and their rights are an important mission for a number of state organizations and the passionate people who run them.

September 2013
Childhood Vaccinations: A Prickly Issue

Childhood Vaccinations: A Prickly Issue

Connecticut is above average on immunization compliance, but some parents still have questions.

September 2013
Restaurant Review: Roìa, New Haven

Restaurant Review: Roìa, New Haven

Roìa offers a glamorous space with soaring ceiling, romantic banquettes, faux-vintage fare and nostalgic cocktails.

September 2013
Restaurant Review: Bar Americain, Uncasville

Restaurant Review: Bar Americain, Uncasville

Bar Americain feels like somewhere special—food designed to dazzle served with panache in a glittery room that looks like a movie set.

September 2013
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.

August 2013
Lary Bloom's Notebook, , Final Say, Features

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