Last week we considered whether conservatives and their host body, the GOP, were attacking non-white Americans so much that they now constituted America's Honky Party. We did not then spend much time on the almost-not-quite-at-Ground Zero Mosque controversy. But President Obama's recent defense of ... More >>
The outcome of New York's embattled eminent domain development projects is called into question by the economic development project which made them possible. The Pfizer research facility at the center of the Kelo v. New London Supreme Court decision is closing, taking over 1,400 jobs with it. The 5 ... More >>
An advertising executive who has fought his wife over a divorce for three years -- and allegedly burned down a house he was supposed to give her -- is now holding her hostage in South Windsor, Connecticut. Richard Shenkman, aka Richard Shenkman Tyler, a principal of Prime Media in Bloomfield (which ... More >>
At a rather impromptu gathering of the city's drinkerati at Bobo last night, bartender Naren Young showcased his new bowls of punch, including this fruity and flowery number called the New London. Incorporating the recently launched Beefeater 24, St-Germain, Maraschino liqueur, green tea, and prosec ... More >>
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