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Ban of Third-Grader From School for Ebola Fear Prompts Milford Lawsuit

Ban of Third-Grader From School for Ebola Fear Prompts Milford Lawsuit

A third-grader and her father have filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the Milford school system for banning her from school for 21 days because she attended a family wedding in Nigeria and there are fears she might transmit the Ebola virus.

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Connecticut Ebola Policy: Mandatory Monitoring for Travelers From West African Countries

Connecticut Ebola Policy: Mandatory Monitoring for Travelers From West African Countries

On Monday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy formally outlined how Connecticut is monitoring the health of those returning to Connecticut after traveling from one of the countries in West Africa affected by the Ebola outbreak. Among other things the policy says that travelers arriving from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone will be subject to 21 days of active mandatory monitoring.

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The Connecticut Table

An insider's view of the Connecticut dining scene
Jonathan Cartwright’s Food Dazzles at Mayflower Grace in Connecticut Countryside

Jonathan Cartwright’s Food Dazzles at Mayflower Grace in Connecticut Countryside

British-born chef Jonathan Cartwright has not just maintained but eclipsed the Mayflower’s traditional brilliance with seafood, while also mining the regional landscape for duskier flavors that emerge from things like local squash, leeks, corn, blackberries and heirloom tomatoes.

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35 Options for Great Food and Prices in New Haven Restaurant Week

35 Options for Great Food and Prices in New Haven Restaurant Week

Many downtown New Haven eateries are participating in the 2014 New Haven Restaurant Week, which runs from Nov. 2 to 7.

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Connecticut Politics

Chris Christie, Back in Connecticut, Says Malloy's 'Days Are Numbered'

Chris Christie, Back in Connecticut, Says Malloy's 'Days Are Numbered'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made his fourth trip to Connecticut in six weeks Monday to stump for Republican Tom Foley, the GOP candidate trying to unseat Gov. Dannel Malloy.

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Secret Donors Give $1.2 Million to PAC Backing Foley for Connecticut Governor

Secret Donors Give $1.2 Million to PAC Backing Foley for Connecticut Governor

A “dark money” group, which keeps its donors secret, has put almost $1.2 million into Grow Connecticut, an independent expenditure political action committee helping to elect Republican Tom Foley as governor.

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Arts & Entertainment

Prospector Theater Brings Movie Magic to Ridgefield, Helps Those With Disabilities

Prospector Theater Brings Movie Magic to Ridgefield, Helps Those With Disabilities

The new, nonprofit, first-run commercial movie theater was built with approximately $30 million in donations; it spans several floors, and harkens back to the destination movie theaters of yesteryear.

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Explore Haunted Guilford, Drive Over 1,500 Bodies, on a Segway Tour

Explore Haunted Guilford, Drive Over 1,500 Bodies, on a Segway Tour

Rich Petrillo navigates his Segway effortlessly through the Guilford's historic neighborhoods, and this fall he is navigating it over 1,500 dead bodies.

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1. Local Tomatoes Find Ripe Glory in Hands of Connecticut Chefs
Tomatoes may be a year-round menu staple, but fresh, local tomatoes are a treat of an entirely different order, gracing our plates for only a short time each year. This summer, restaurants all over Connecticut are serving tomatoes in a variety of delicious ways.
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2. Longwood Country Inn
available. * Closed Mon. Best Brunch—Litchfield County. L (Tues.-Sat.) D (Tues.-Sat.) SB, $$, WA
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3. Longwood Country Inn
bigarade. * Closed Mon. Best Brunch--Litchfield County. L (Tues.-Sat.) D (Tues.-Sat.) SB, $$, WA
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4. Mansion Clam House, Westport
The Mansion Clam House is everything its tongue-in-cheek moniker implies. Funky-refined, raffish but not really. A clam shack with class and the elusive feeling that it’s an old New England landmark.
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5. Music & Food: Perfect Pairings
If you’re looking for “background music,” go someplace else.
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6. O'Porto, Hartford
Years ago, David and I racketed around Portugal in a cute little rented car, falling in love with the country, the people, the food and each other. Dining at O’Porto in Hartford recently, I was reminded that the bold, earthy, sea-splashed food of Portugal is a distinctive cuisine in and of itself, not to be confused with or lumped in with that of Spain.
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7. Oyster Club, Mystic
Fresh, local seafood is the focus of the Oyster Club's creative menu.
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8. Pumpkins On The Point
best designs, and the public is invited to bring their own hand-craved creation for inclusion in this fun Halloween pumpkin spectacular.  The event also features a blood drive to support the American
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9. Putting Moms First
Blue Lemon's putting its best foot forward for Mother's Day.
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10. Quiet Corner article 1 %
11. Readers' Choice: Best Restaurants 2012
Where do our readers like to dine out? Here's the latest list of their favorites, with winners in 27 categories.
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12. Readers Choice: Behind the Numbers/Brunch
Brunch on a winter Sunday can be delightful. Here are our readers' Top 10 favorite brunch spots around Connecticut.
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13. Restaurant Review: Brushmill by the Waterfall, Chester article 1 %
14. Restaurant Review: Dolce Cubano, Stamford
Dolce Cubano is visually stunning and serves many typically Cuban specialties.
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15. Restaurant Review: Elm, New Canaan
Elm is a showcase for the considerable talents of chef Brian Lewis.
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16. Restaurant Review: The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges article 1 %
17. Restaurant Review: The Inn at Woodstock Hill, Woodstock
It’s nice to know that the The Inn at Woodstock Hill is still with us, spruced up without losing a speck of its charm.
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18. Sails American Grill, Rowayton article 1 %
19. Saltwater Grille, Stamford
Real estate's golden rule-location, location, location-applies to restaurants, too, but as stock offerings dutifully remind, it is no guarantee of future performance. 183 Harbor Drive in Stamford is a case in point.
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20. Seeking Seafood
Lobsters, oysters, fresh fish and a lot more, from Old Saybrook all the way out to Stonington.
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