WNPR reporters have been talking to Connecticut about how the economic crisis is hitting them for NPR's Day to Day. Two of the most obvious places to go to find out more? The casino, and the pumpkin patch.
Catie Talarski, along with other reporters from around the country, talked with shoppers about their plans for Christmas buying. Meanwhile, Business Reporter Harriet Jones reported for the show on how Connecticut's tribal gambling industry isn't so recession-proof after all.
Watch for an upcoming conversation about the casino industry on Where We Live. So, are you shopping less? Going to the casino less? How are you making changes in the way you spend? Let us know!