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The Hartford CourantTwo Pulitzer Prize winners. A former U.S. poet laureate. President Obama's 2013 Inaugural poet. A "poet of witness" who champions human rights. This year's Sunken Garden Poetry Prize-winner, and students whose "fresh voices" have enlivened state poetry...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Civil Rights, Artists, Students, New York City
Attorney General Eric Holder's meeting with journalists and media-rights advocates, including me, began in the way many Washington conversations do, with negotiations as to what was to be "off the record." Last week's meeting was one of a series...
The scandals in Washington are taking a congressional break. This gives us time to evaluate the issues. The problems are real, but they still haven´t hit the public. There is a smell, not yet a stink. Benghazi is in Libya and happened nine months ago....
May has been a rough month for President Barack Obama: more Benghazi developments, plus the breaking IRS and journo-bugging scandals. Taken separately, none of these episodes is fatal. They do not reach Watergate levels. Given that previously classified...
BEIRUT—A young Syrian television journalist well-known for her pro-government dispatches from the front lines of the nation’s raging civil conflict was shot and killed Monday outside the battleground city of Qusair, the state press agency...
George Plimpton's greatest story was his own life. There was very little the renowned journalist, writer and longtime editor of the literary journal the Paris Review didn't try. During a career that spanned the second half of the 20th century,...
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a...
The Hartford CourantFox CT won six Emmy Awards Saturday at the 36th Boston/New England Emmy Awards ceremony in Boston. The television station, which shares a newsroom with The Hartford Courant, was honored for journalism, editing and marketing. "I am delighted that the...
SANFORD — With the George Zimmerman murder trial just one week away, a village of satellite TV trucks is about to pop up outside the Seminole County criminal courthouse. For months, courthouse personnel and others have been getting ready for what'...
Viewers of the television political talk shows may have noticed a phenomenon in the afterbirth of the last presidential election. High-powered consultants from both campaigns have invaded the studios as panelists, chewing over the political events of...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Media Industry, Entertainment, Radio
This morning I made one of the most difficult calls of my life. I called 1-800-TRIBUNE to cancel my daily delivery subscription, which I started when I moved to Chicago seven years ago. Sadly tomorrow, I will receive my last copy of the Trib and then will...
Jun 9, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
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