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We’ve been talking about how a "Creative Economy" can be the key to revitalizing Connecticut's cities. New London is leading the way, with a bustling, creative arts scene. It's part of a grass-roots effort to remake the city's identity.
Today, we’re live at the Hygienic on Bank Street – it’s become a center for this transformation that’s stretched beyond the arts.
We’re also here to consider what's changed in the city since our last town hall meeting here, and discuss the impact of Pfizer's decision to leave its new research facility.
Is this the end of the "big bang" redevelopment project? Can New Londoners reshape their city as a creative center of Southeast Connecticut - one storefront at a time?