by Ray Bendici
Unsteady Habits


Not So Simple Math

Connecticut's economic situation hasn't been good for the past few years and looks to be getting worse—and yet, everyone seems to have their hands out.

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Rolling In It

Despite the continued economic downturn, Connecticut's billionaires are still doing very, very well.

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This Filthy World

Director John Waters is stopping by New London for a visit, and that can only be a good thing.

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Here Was Connecticut

A chance for future generations to remember our state as it was before Hurricane Sandy.

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Remembering Ella


Remembering Ella

As election season heats up, thoughts turn to the former governor, profiled in a new biography.

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Still Ticking . . .

Despite recent efforts, Connecticut’s woefully inadequate state employee pension fund still faces immense challenges.

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About This Blog

Connecticut may be one of the smallest states, but it's also one of the most diverse. No one knows this better than content manager Ray Bendici, who is always ready to learn more about our eclectic home, be it by exploring a roadside oddity, discovering a new book or uncovering a bit of little-known state history.

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