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The Hartford CourantFew topics have gotten The Bottom Line readers so worked up as a recent look at Stop & Shop's gas rewards program. A response to a complaint about the rewards points' expiration included a suggestion that a credit card promising cash back on all...
The Big Ten's inept showing in nonconference play got me wondering whether recruiting is the problem. Using Rivals.com's rankings, I looked back at the past five recruiting classes, including this year's group of seniors, to see whether Top 100 recruits...
Q: I am a little surprised at your recent answer to a reader about over-filling his minivan. The common man is told at every gas pump by a sticker "Do Not Top Off." I would have thought that you would strongly support the recommendation of his mechanic...
Forbidden City Bistro presents a Spanish wine dinner with "an Asian touch" March 27 at 6:30 p.m. The menu: Reception Gran Gesta Brut Reserva; D.O. Cava, (Barcelona) Assorted tapas Dominio de Heredia, D.O.C. Rioja – Alavesa Tortilla de patata...
The Hartford CourantThere's money in poverty. Learning to work the system of government payments can mean lavish salaries under the guise of helping the poorest among us. Just ask Middletown-based Community Health Center Inc. CEO Mark Masselli, though he probably won't speak...
Saturday marks the first-ever Mentored Youth Trout Day and Contest in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 12 selected waters around the state. The idea for a mentored youth trout fishing day is simple enough, piggybacking off the popular mentored...
Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, especially with these dining and beverage specials. Here's a sampling of what local restaurants are offering for the holiday. A St. Patrick's Day prix-fixe at Max Fish, 110 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury,...
Tags: Irish Soda Bread, Breads, Holidays, Soups, Symbols and Symbolism
The Hartford CourantSay what you will about Jesse Jackson Jr., but I'll tell you this. He's the guy you want waiting across the street in the car for your tag sale to begin. I mean, the man will buy anything. The former Illinois congressman pleaded guilty last week to using...
IN THE spring of 1990, John Morris, a New York City firefighter and an old friend of mine, rolled up with Ladder 27 to the Happy Land social club in the Bronx, where a tragedy of unspeakable proportions had just occurred. A jilted lover, out of his...
To celebrate Year of the Snake, Char Koon in South Glastonbury and Forbidden City Bistro in Middletown offer special menus Feb. 7 through 17. At Forbidden City, dishes include seafood dumpling with seafood reduction ($12,) chow kuei (pan-fried rice cake...
The Hartford CourantYou want to talk blizzards then you want to talk The Great Blizzard of 1888. That baby remains one of the most severe in the history of the United States. It came in mid-March, dropping 50 inches of snow in Middletown, 30 inches in most parts of...
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