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The Hartford Courant2003 Perez family friend Carlos Costa, who runs USA Contractors Inc., wins bid for $5 million Park Street streetscape project. The deadline for the project is July 24, 2005. Early 2005 Carlos Costa begins renovations on the bathroom and kitchen in Perez'...
Total time: 8 minutes Servings: 1 Note: From Eddie Perez at the Foundry restaurant, who recommends making this drink with Noilly Prat vermouth and a Trinidad rum made from sugarcane juice such as 10 Cane Rum. 1 large pear 1/4 cherimoya (grapefruit-...
Tags: Trinidad and Tobago, Limes, Pineapple
Tribune baseball reporterImagine the shock for an Atlanta Braves fan who spent the winter abroad without giving his favorite team a second thought. Hey, that isn't Tom Glavine in a New York Mets uniform, is it? And what's the deal with Kevin Millwood wearing that Phillies cap?...
Cities of consequence have a rich history, a nationally prominent museum, a large library, a system of parks, a university, a stadium, theaters and a symphony orchestra, opera company and ballet. But that's not all. Among other requisites of notable...
The Hartford CourantAn aide to Mayor-elect Eddie Perez asked if Takira would say the Pledge of Allegiance at the swearing-in ceremony in December. Delphine agreed, if Takara and John could participate, too. She took the girls to the hairdresser the week before, and on the...
Tags: Society, Local Elections, Christianity, Baptist, Elections
Tribune staff reporterBy the time the Cubs and Atlanta ended their 15-inning marathon early Saturday morning at Turner Field, one thing was glaringly apparent. The 2004 season looks like it's going to be just as wacky as 2003. When all was said and done, the Cubs edged the...
Tags: Michael Barrett, Paul Bako, Tom Goodwin, Sports, Will Cunnane
The holidays play themselves out in many places and many ways. We visit a few of them, and our writers bring back stories of camels, carols, Christmas trees and that thing called hope. • • • Report from Bethlehem The news this Christmas season from...
Tribune baseball reporterIf it's not broken, don't fix it. Who could begrudge Anaheim Angels general manager Bill Stoneman a restful winter? After all, the Angels' ultraimpressive run through the playoffs should not be viewed as the doing of the Rally Monkey or any other Disney-...
JACK DAVIS: Welcome to this forum on one of the most exciting and important issues that's facing Hartford, in our region, and I should say, one of the most exciting opportunities. As you may have noticed, in the last couple of years The Courant has...
Tags: Local Elections, AIDS, Crimes, Minority Groups, Politics
Courant Staff WriterNew poverty statistics from the 2000 Census suggest that the capital of the richest state may be the nation's poorest major city. Many of America's poorest cities climbed off the floor during the past decade, with a majority of the 20 at the bottom in...
To reach its full potential, Park Street must have a gateway of which all of Hartford can be proud. That's not the case today at the intersection of Park and Main streets. Three words describe what exists today: Eyesore, eyesore, eyesore. An empty lot...
Staff WriterThe Hartford Courant editorial board asked eight community leaders to briefly detail their hopes and visions for the future of Park Street. Their answers are listed below: >>> I purchased my very first house on Park Street, and even all those years ago,...
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