There was plenty of news across Connecticut this past week.,If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.,A report shows that a Connecticut man was killed while skiing at a popular Vermont snow sports area>>>Read More.,An iconic local store will close later this month.,Find Your Patch and more news of the day, including our most-read stories

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Dwight Manley shows the Ancestry.com DNA notice that told him politician Mike Antonovich is his father in Manley’s Brea, CA home on Monday, Jan 28, 2019.,(Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) read more

Two rappers were inside the studio.,One of the rappers -- Rich the Kid -- was outside the studio when the ambush-style attack took place.,Rich the Kid was robbed but not injured.,Usher was inside the studio when the robbery took place.,Shots were fired at the entourage and Rich the Kid while the suspect was fleeing the scene.

Alan Canter, the owner of Los Angeles' famous Canter's Deli, has died at the age of 82, the restaurant announced on its Facebook page.,"Our beloved owner, Alan Canter, has passed away at age 82,'' read the announcement, which was posted Friday.,Alan Canter's father, Ben Canter, opened the first Canter's in Boyle Heights in 1931 with some of his brothers.,The restaurant was moved to the Fairfax district in the 1950s, with help from Ben Canter's daughter Selma Udko and her then-husband, Harold Price.,Gary Canter, Alan's son, who was also heavily involved in the family business, died in December 2017 of a heart attack at the age of 58.

Even for the buffalo wing sauce, we use Frank's Red Hot but we use a lot of other ingredients in there to kind of add to the flavor.",The Buffa-Blues are "super crispy" wings tossed in both buffalo and blue cheese sauce, creating a wing that is perfectly coated in everyone's favorite wing side sauce.,Just don't be surprised if you still find yourself craving the tang of their house barbecue sauce or the satisfying feeling of a wing evenly coated in buffalo sauce and blue cheese without having to give it a single dunk.,Whether sitting at the bar and sampling beers or having a nice sit-down meal with friends or family, guests can choose between a variety of wing flavors, including Buffalo New York Style, Garlic Parmesan, Sweet Chili Glaze and their new Maple BBQ, which owner Shane Nunes said is already their most popular.,The combination of maple and barbecue blends together perfectly and each wings is generously coated with this magnificent sauce, creating that rare flavor that can stand on its own without any assistance from blue cheese or ranch dressing...though it certainly still adds to it.