By David Fink
The fascinating details of 2018’s major news stories — from the hidden motives to the whispered reactions to the behind-the-scenes accounts of how the news was gathered — will be revealed and relived Wednesday, Jan. 23rd, at The Lyceum in Hartford when CFOG presents the 3rd annual “Stories Behind the Big Stories of 2018.
Talented reporters and editors from key news organizations will review the nomination and election of Connecticut’s first black Congresswoman, the legislature’s rejection of Andrew McDonald as the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice, the impact on Connecticut of immigrants and Puerto Rican storm evacuees, the effort to disclose the Adam Lanza diaries and other major stories of the last year.
The event will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with a reception and registration at 5 p.m. The donation is $10. Parking is free, and Snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks will be served. For more information and registration, please RSVP for the number of seats you’d like to reserve.
David Fink, consultant for the Partnership for Strong Communities, serves as CFOG’s First Vice President.