We asked you to send us your questions about the case, and you sent us quite a few. Sten and Taylor talk about what we know, what we don't know, and how reporting on...
As legal sports betting gets underway in Connecticut, Johnny Avello, director of sportsbook operations for DraftKings, walks us through the process of placing bets on...
You might have noticed we have a growing selection of podcasts on theday.com.
The piano/painting duo Pocket Vinyl released their latest album "Winter Person" in 2020, but but are just now getting to celebrate with an album release party. We talk...
Though we don't do our jobs at The Day to win awards, it's gratifying when our peers from throughout New England recognize the quality of our work.
Defense attorneys are attempting to keep Anthony Todt's alleged confession from a jury that will hear his case later this month.
THE DAY'S PODCASTS
The Day’s Publisher and President, Timothy Dwyer, explains our independent newspaper’s unique ownership model and its obligation to donate a portion of its profits to charitable organizations.
Editorial Page Editor Paul Choiniere, who is retiring, sat down to talk with us and shared some of his most memorable stories and editorials.
Rick and Peter talk with local radio host Lee Elci, a former minor league baseball player, about what it takes to face professional pitchers. Rick, Peter and Lee took some swings in the cages against mid-90s fastballs from a pitching machine, and...
Tammy de la Cruz, whose son Joey Gingerella was shot and killed while trying to stop a man from beating his girlfriend, talks about her son's life and her enduring grief.
The Day has published a series of stories to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. In this episode of The Storyline, we hear from the staff writers who reported these stories.
New London attorney Kevin Barrs, who represents indigent people accused of major crimes, speaks with us about the role of court-appointed attorneys.
"Road of Bones" is the 16th book in James R. Benn's series of Billy Boyle World War II mystery novels. Benn talks with Rick Koster about the historical backdrop for the novel, writing during the solitude of the pandemic, and the dark history of...
An appreciation of an all-time great rock and roll drummer.
As Haiti continues to struggle with political turmoil and natural disasters, we spoke with people in southeastern Connecticut who are working to help.
Seven Afghan refugees – a woman, her husband, their four children, and a single man – flew on one of the last commercial flights from Kabul to Qatar to Virginia to New York before being driven to New Haven, where they'll begin to...
Features editor Kristy Dorsey, who considers lobster rolls the perfect summer treat, whether they’re hot or cold, talks about The Day newsroom’s coverage of our reader Lobster Madness bracket contest.
Joe Bouchard talks about his years with Blue Öyster Cult, getting royalty checks from Metallica, and meeting Rick Koster at an Imagine Dragons show. Bouchard and his brother Albert, founding members of Blue Öyster Cult, perform as The...
Judge Hillary B. Strackbein, administrative judge of the New London Judicial District Courts, tells us how the courts are managing their caseloads as the pandemic begins to ease and describes how criminal cases are handled from arrest through...
Reporter Joe Wojtas recalls flying with the U.S. Coast Guard during the search for the missing Stonington-based lobster boat Heidi Marie in November 1989.
Ian McNulty, who grew up in South County, Rhode Island and is the food writer for The Times-Picayune/The Advocate, talked to Rick Koster about being a food critic in what some would call the greatest food city in America.
PODCAST: Connecticut Sun's Curt Miller hails growing acceptance of openness in national sports arena
Sun Coach Curt Miller, who has been openly gay for years, spoke with us about the importance of supporting gay athletes at all levels and how a recent comment he made about a player illustrates that “words matter.”
Reporter Erica Moser tells us an “explainer” article she wrote about critical race theory is just the beginning of her reporting on this timely and divisive topic.
Live music exploded out onto street corners and open air performance spaces in New London on international Make Music Day. We explored the wide variety of melodies and rhythms, meeting the energetic rapper Byrd StayLow, the Nickelodeon Barbershop...
Reporters Claire Bessette and Elizabeth Regan talk about their profiles of graduating seniors from Norwich Free Academy, Norwich Regional Technical High School, East Lyme High School and Lyme-Old Lyme High School.
Brian Wright, who applied to the New London Police Department in 1994 after making a bet with a buddy, talks about his vision for the department and the city.
As the world reopens, the Hygienic Art Park hosted New Orleans pianist John ‘Papa’ Gros. Inspired by the experience, Rick Koster indulges in a bit of wistful but goofy nostalgia for the Crescent City.
Curtis Goodwin, co-founder of the New London Talent Show and co-producer of the film, "Those People," talks about bringing"“the village" together to make the show happen, and shares some of the "aha" moments of the past decade ahead of...
Day reporter Taylor Hartz tells us how she conducted an interview, through a translator, with the father of 28-year-old Jose Sancho of New London, who died in a car crash on May 21.
We speak with Lizbeth Polo-Smith, who fled Peru in 2002 and entered the United States without immigration documents because she was unable to afford food or diapers for her children and saw no opportunity in her homeland.
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