Like probably many of you, I was bummed watching the Stone’s Throw episode of “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” on FOX television Jan. 30 because it failed to mention Seymour Pink‘s role in the restaurant’s “rebirth.”
by KEITH M. PHANEUF and MARK PAZNIOKAS | Jan 28, 2019 7:37 am
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to end Connecticut’s cycle of budget deficits, deliver property-tax relief and amass a fiscal bulwark against the next recession.
But to do it, he may push wary legislators to extend the sales tax for the first time to groceries, medications and other long-exempt items.
Lamont pledged during the 2018 campaign that he would not raise the income tax or empty the state’s budget reserves to close a shortfall of $1.5 billion projected for the coming fiscal year, saying neither of those measures would bring fiscal stability to a state that has struggled to balance its budget in every year but one from 2007 to 2017.
Here is a list of the stories you read the most this week, sponsored by CT Cult Classics.
CT Cult Classics returns to The Strand Theater Feb. 23 with a Stephen King double feature. They’re featuring “Maximum Overdrive,” a movie so bad it’s good (and King’s sole directorial effort to date) and “Carrie,” the 1976 classic directed by Brian DePalma and starring Sissy Spacek.