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Entries Tagged as 'John Burgeson'

Say It Ain’t So, Will The Playhouse Close?

May 30th, 2011 · 3 Comments · News and Events

Hey, we had our latest OIB party at the Playhouse on the Green. It’s a sweet venue where the Bridgeport Theatre Company produced slammin’ shows. How about the BTC cutting a deal with the Downtown Cabaret? From John Burgeson, Connecticut Post.

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From Book Party Thursday To Tiago’s Holiday Party On Wednesday

December 9th, 2010 · 4 Comments · News and Events

Thanks to everyone who attended my OIB book signing at Rainy Faye Bookstore Thursday night. Lots of regular OIB friends in attendance.

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No Spammers Allowed!

December 26th, 2009 · 4 Comments · Analysis and Comment

I don’t know about you, but I’m whipped. My New Year’s resolution is to begin eating again after starving myself the next six days. Had a sweet time the past two days, loads of family and friends. Connecticut Post scribe John Burgeson has a nice piece here about a guy not so fortunate who sleeps outside the […]

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Polishing The Pleasure, Plus: Rob And Dodd

March 16th, 2009 · 13 Comments · Development and Zoning, News and Events, State Politics

When I was a kid my father drove me across the wooden bridge that connected the East End to Pleasure Beach–clank, clank, clank–to fish the t-shaped pier for snapper blues. A bamboo pole, line, hook, minnow and bang, nothing like hauling in a snapper when you’re a kid. But watch it, those little bastards feature teeth so sharp you can cut […]

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Mud Wrestling At Pleasure Beach, Plus: LaBarca Finds A Home

June 1st, 2008 · 42 Comments · Media, State Politics

Everyone wants to bring the pleasure back to Pleasure Beach, and it seemed like pols were tripping over each other Thursday, during an election cycle, to take credit for $150,000 to study future use for the long-neglected peninsula in the East End. State Rep. Don Clemons, who represents the district, facing a possible primary from […]

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