- CT Business News Journal




It wouldn’t have crossed the mind  Steve Rodgers ten years ago that The Space, his then-do-it-yourself music venue for friends and area musicians in a tucked-away Hamden industrial park, would become what it is now: a multi-stage hotspot for independent music in southern Connecticut.

Rodgers, 38, is a veteran musician, having spent the majority of the decade following his 1992 graduation from Hamden High School living in a camper to tour across the country and back with band Mighty Purple.


health exchange

Health exchange

Helping Hands

In still-frosty credit market, an SBA loan guarantee can be a deal-maker

A bill currently being debated by federal lawmakers would require public disclosure of recent...

Old Bridgeport Arcade Resurrected

CreateHereNow hopes to foster small-business development

BRIDGEPORT — The renovated Main Street arcade in downtown Bridgeport is getting a new life as a shopping dest...

Opening the Startup Floodgates

FAIRFIELD — Startup Weekend — it’s not just for techies any more.

The nationwide annual event — which got its start in New Haven in 2011 — groups prospective entreprene...

New Haven’s Accidental Eatery

New Haven’s Accidental Eatery

The Colombian chef  who found surprising success on College Street

Avi Szapiro, 34 is the chef and co-owner of one of New HavenÂ’s most ambitious new restaurants...

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