June 2012

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June 2012

Features

The Battle of Prospect Street

In Milford, a developer and residents lock horns over bright lights—but the real problem goes deeper than that.

Entertaining Alfresco

Entertaining Alfresco

Creature comforts designed for taking the party outside—in style.

The Big Chill

The Big Chill

Rustic farm stands, classic parlors, walk-up counters–the places that make and sell their own ice cream in Connecticut are as varied as the flavors and treats they offer. Here are 25 worth trying.

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Departments

Departments

Show Stopper

Show Stopper

The historic Barnum Museum building has been closed since a tornado struck two years ago and it will be another two years—at least—before it’s open again.

Lary Bloom's Notebook

Reasons to Simile

Twenty years of a farfetched notion, and thoughts of another poetry traffic jam.

Final Say

Final Say: Lanette Kovachi

Final Say: Lanette Kovachi

Chewing the fat with Subway corporate dietician Lanette Kovachi.

First

Show Stopper

Show Stopper

The historic Barnum Museum building has been closed since a tornado struck two years ago and it will be another two years—at least—before it’s open again.

FIRST Witness: Bill Eppridge

Photographer Bill Eppridge was there to document the night Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated 44 years ago.

This Month

Front Row Q&A: Jim Gaffigan

Front Row Q&A: Jim Gaffigan

He's "clean," he's "inclusive," but mostly, he's just funny. Jim Gaffigan brings his "America Tour" to the MGM Grand at Foxwoods June 2.

A Japanese Garden Grows in Middletown

A Japanese Garden Grows in Middletown

Shôyôan Teien is a hidden gem at Wesleyan University’s Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies.

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