Getting stuck in an elevator with the Police Chief

BRIDGEPORT — If you ever get stuck in an elevator, hope you end up with really fun people. That’s what happened to me last night. I was at the University of Bridgeport’s Arnold Bernhardt Arts and

Could this be Bridgeport’s chance for a Starbucks?

BRIDGEPORT — Earlier this year, I wrote a column about how Bridgeport should no longer be ignored by Starbucks, which has opened coffee houses in every city around us and every other big city in the

First chat in a looong time

Hey there everyone! I hadn’t had a chat in a few weeks and last week there were some technical difficulties with the site that hosts it. But hopefully this week we’ll finally be able to catch up. A

P.R. Parade returning to its roots for 20th anniversary

Several weeks ago I attended the last meeting of the Puerto Rican Parade organization’s calendar year. (Their organization’s calendar begins on Nov. 1, which is when the last year’s planning is

Results of Puerto Rico referendums on statehood

The Caribbean island of Puerto Rico has held four referendums in the last 45 years on its status. The last one was held Tuesday and was the only time a majority statehood has received a push. As you

No chat today!

Hey everyone, There won’t be a chat this week. But if you’ve got something you want to talk about come back next week at 10 a.m.! See you then!

Live October chat with Keila

My live chat starts at 10 a.m. Stay tuned! Live chat with Keila

Dr. MLK’s niece talking abortion in Trumbull

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s niece is coming to Trumbull and talking about a super-sensitive and very timely topic: abortion. Alveda King, who I understand has been pretty controversial in the past,