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There’s a certain level of risk to being a state capital. If, despite your advantages, another state city surpasses you in measures like population, economy or culture, it can lead to perpetual snubbing…

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Minor Miracles

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As a kid, the first day of baseball assumed a mythic quality. …

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Place Yourself

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The cover of Connecticut Architecture: Stories of 100 Places makes an argument right up front: that Connecticut’s architecture is more than just Colonial homesteads and picturesque lighthouses. …

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On the Line

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By now, you’ve probably heard about the new rail line to Hartford, which took its first run on June 16, and its features: frequent trains to Hartford, Springfield and several other towns with a price tag of just $8 from …

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There’s a certain level of risk to being a state capital. If, despite your inherent advantages, another state city surpasses you in measures like population, economy or culture, it can lead to perpetual snubbing…

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The New Haven State House by Henry Peck at the New Haven Museum

There’s a certain level of risk to being a state capital. If, despite your inherent advantages, another state city surpasses you in measures like population, economy or culture, it can lead to perpetual snubbing…

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