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Joe Kubert was never a superstar comics artist — his work didn't have the necessary bombast or polished edges — but the man who drew ragged, soulful soldiers in "Sgt. Rock," "The Haunted Tank" and "Enemy Ace" did something his characters would...
Child pornography is not the usual fare that users see on Facebook, the social-media giant used by more than 1 billion people each month. Most people with profiles on Facebook are connected only to other people they know, and pictures such as...
Tags: Pornography, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Email, Lawyers
It’s been almost a year since I last wrote in to Letters to the Editor. Much has changed in the past year and much has remained the same. We now have a newly re-elected president and it is incumbent upon him to lead this nation away from the...
There’s been a spirited debate in the letters section of the Hartford Courant this past week. Elaine Kaufmann from West Hartford started it off in Independence Day with this shot across the bow: “Perhaps I do not have the necessary sense of...
At Moore's Deli in Burbank, Homer Simpson can be found eating a burger while Dora the Explorer dreams up her next quest, “Adventure Time's” Lumpy Space Princess raves about the deli's tuna and “Futurama's” Bender smokes a cigar....
Lucille Bliss, who provided the voice of the cartoon character Crusader Rabbit in the early days of television and gained recognition a generation later as the voice of Smurfette in the 1980s television hit "The Smurfs," has died. She was 96. Bliss...
Tags: Celebrities, Siemens, Radio, Jay Ward, The Smurfs (movie)
LAS VEGAS -- Galpin Auto Sports in Van Nuys brought a range of vehicles to this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Assn. trade show, but two of them stand out. In front of the the Galpin booth sits a custom baby blue and orange 1966 Ford Bronco....
When I walked into the Deerfield Beach plant last Monday for employee orientation, engraved above the entrance I saw the words of Col. Robert McCormick, founder of the Tribune Company, which owns this newspaper. So today, as I introduce myself as...
Cortly "C.D." Witherspoon, a Baltimore minister and activist, has been scoping out convenience stores that sell products such as "Scooby Snax." The glossy package features a picture of a dazed-looking cartoon character, Scooby Doo. A sticker advises...
South Florida ParentingMaya and Kona, ages 3 and 4, just met, but they were BFF by the time their mothers finished signing them in at AKA, the children’s program at Atlantis in the Bahamas. They were so busy discovering the dollhouse they barely noticed as the moms left...
The Hartford CourantAs a consolation prize, maybe UConn can play in a make-pretend national basketball tournament for players who attend make-pretend classes and earn make-pretend grades. Maybe UConn can retire Jonathan The Husky as its mascot and replace him with Harvey,...
5:30 - 9 a.m. Jonathon Brandmeier 8:05 a.m. When your TV signal goes out, who climbs the Willis Tower to fix it? Johnny B talks to the guy this morning. 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Mike McConnell 10:05 a.m. Companies are not hiring smokers but Mike...
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