• Journal of Informed Pharmacotherapy 2003;12 (Jan – Mar)

    Editorial ALLHAT – So What? – James McCormack Email to the Editors Readers respond to the editorial “ALLHAT – So What?” Readers respond to “Pharmacist Scope of Practice: A Response to the 2002 ACP-ASIM Position Paper” Times have changed since pharmacists were primarily concerned with licking, sticking, counting and pouring pharmaceuticals.  A shift from a product-centered

  • Connecticut’s Tourism Regions

    Connecticut’s Tourism Regions

    CENTRAL : Central Regional Tourism District – Connecticut’s Heritage River Valley 31 Pratt Street, 4th Floor, Hartford, CT 06103 Representing: Andover, Avon, Berlin, Bloomfield, Bolton, Canton, Chester, Cromwell, Deep River, East Granby, East Haddam, East Hampton, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Essex, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Haddam, Hartford, Hebron, Manchester, Marlborough, Meriden, Middletown, New Britain,

  • Modern Art & Architechture

    Start in New Haven at Yale University. See the Yale Art Gallery and Center for British Art by Louis Kahn, Ingal’s Rink and Morse & Stiles College by Eero Saarinen, the Yale Architecture Building by Paul Rudolph. Enjoy a refreshing repast at one of New Haven’s great restaurants then head up I-91 to Hartford. There you can see the Stegosaurus by Alexander Calder and Carl Andre’s controversial Stone Field at

  • Adventure in Time Travel

    Travel back to the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries. Start out at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center in Mashantucket, I-95 Exit 92. It brings to life the Native American and natural history of New England. Enter the 17th Century by dining at Randall’s Ordinary, Rte. 2 in North Stonington, a colonial wayside inn and tap

  • The Gilded Age

    The Gilded Age

    Mark Twain said of Hartford, “You don’t know what real beauty is until you have been here.” Our Capital City is rich in ornate Victoriana. Nook Farm, I-84 Exit 46 includes the Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Katherine Day Houses. Downtown’s Bushnell Park (1854), was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and includes Memorial Arch (1886) by George Keller (who is buried in it) and

  • Amistad in Connecticut

    Amistad in Connecticut

    Trace the fascinating story of the African captives who took over the Amistad on the high seas in their quest for freedom. Start at the New Haven Colony Historical Society, I-91 Exit 3. Then head downtown to the New Haven Green, Center Church and the Amistad Memorial at City Hall. When in port, board an exact replica of the Amistad at Long