Category Archives: News

On C-SPAN, Kreig Connects JFK Killing To Current Issues

C-SPAN’s American History TV last month cablecast a lecture by former Courant reporter Andrew Kreig (1970-84) about the continuing importance of the Warren Commission’s 1964 report about President Kennedy’s murder. Andy writes: C-SPAN’s broadcast of my talk “Current Implications of the JFK Assassination Cover-Up” begins at the 15:40-minute mark of the video here: The talk on Sept. [...]


Off Again, On Again

Okay, then, take some time off.


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 [...]


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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