We would never want to relive the horror of 9/11, but wouldn’t it be refreshing to revisit the actions of 9/12 when virtue and the goodness of people shone through in multiple forms of courage, strength and caring.
At first glance, the Connecticut tourism communications campaign, with a $1.2 million budget, seems like a great move to support an industry ravaged by COVID over the past 15 months. But is it?
When it comes to legalized sports betting in Connecticut, it’s time that all of the parties gathered in a room and hammered out an agreement that works for everyone. The adage of everyone benefiting from a rising tide hasn’t resonated in the past two and half years.
Like it or not, people in the public spotlight are using their public persona to speak out on issues. Many fans revel in it, while just as many are turned off. It’s rapidly evolving into an either-or situation. Which way you lean depends upon your personal beliefs or political motivations. What‘s become of agreeing to disagree? Now it’s often “my way or the highway” vitriol. A sad state of affairs.