Category Archives: News

Gagging On A Gala

It was inevitable that there would be some hard feelings when the Courant threw a $250-a-head gala celebrating 250 years of publication. I looked at all 164 photos of the event (some were ads, of course) and was impressed by how few of the participants I recognized. Most of the former editors and publishers were [...]

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Not Our Paula!

Former Courant photojournalist Paula Bronstein was arrested in Hong Kong few days ago while covering the Occupy movement there. Authorities accused her of standing on a car in the midst of a violent scuffle between protesters and police. She was covering the event for Getty Images. She’s apparently out on bail now.

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In Memory Of A ‘Regular Guy’

It couldn’t have been more fitting that following his death, the celebration of Cliff Teutsch’s life would be the biggest gathering of Courant and ex-Courant people since Tribune went bankrupt in 2007. The upstairs meeting rooms at the Lyceum in Hartford were packed with dozens of writers, photographers, editors, administration folks, friends — all of [...]

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Clifford Teutsch Journalism Scholarship Established

Clifford Teutsch brought many fine qualities to his role as editor of The Hartford Courant, but none were greater than the integrity, humanity and humility he demonstrated as a journalist, news executive, and mentor. In honor of the many ways he touched and inspired his fellow journalists and coworkers, a journalism scholarship is being established [...]

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