October 2012

October 2012

Features

Connecticut Wines: Drinking It In

Connecticut Wines: Drinking It In

Which Connecticut wines are the best? To find out, our judges tasted 86 wines in six categories.

The Last Communist

The Last Communist

With the striking financial rise of the 1% and the steady decline of the rest of us, New Haven’s Joelle Fishman figures there’s still plenty of work to do.

Centers of Attention

Centers of Attention

The effort to keep Connecticut’s downtowns vibrant and relevant never ends.

The Natural Look

Bring a little outside inside with these stylish home accessories

Healthy Living: Man's Worst Friend

Prostate cancer may be common among older men, but that doesn’t mean it’s not serious.

Departments

Lary Bloom's Notebook

Hello Stranger

As a state, how welcoming are we? Here’s one unflinching (but loving) assessment.

Final Say

Final Say: Tebucky Jones

Final Say: Tebucky Jones

Huddling with former NFL player and current New Britain High School coach Tebucky Jones.

First

Joe's Final Lap?

Joe's Final Lap?

Connecticut’s senior senator looks back on 24 years in Washington, D.C.

Fighting Back

Fighting Back

In a new book, Donna Palomba chronicles her difficult journey from "anonymous" local rape victim to national public victims' advocate.

The Tip

At Our Best

In Connecticut, October is our favorite month. Here’s why.

This Month

Front Row Q&A: Ashley Judd

Front Row Q&A: Ashley Judd

The multi-talented, multi-tasking actress will participate in The Connecticut Forum's panel on the "State of Women 2012," at the Bushnell in Hartford Oct. 12.

This Month Q&A: John Douglas Thompson

This Month Q&A: John Douglas Thompson

"Satchmo at the Waldorf," now at Long Wharf Theatre, introduces New Haven audiences to an explosive stage talent.

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