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Hartford CourantFairfield University’s Bennett Center for Judaic Studies presents a staged reading of “The Red Box,” a play exploring homosexual persecution during the Holocaust, on Tuesday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the Wien Experimental Theater,...
The Hartford CourantFrom less than $1 million to $25 million or more, the amount of money it takes to get your name on a building at one of Connecticut's institutions varies greatly. Linda McMahon, the former wrestling executive now running for U.S. Senate, gave Sacred...
Little Feat was founded by guitarist Lowell George (who died in 1979) and keyboardist Bill Payne (who remains in the band) in 1969 after George was fired from Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention. (Some say he was fired because Zappa thought he needed to...
Tags: Frank Zappa, Phish (music group), Halloween
For the past 40 years, Anthony Riccio has been documenting the experiences of Italians and Italian-Americans in Southern Italy, Boston's North End and New Haven's Little Italy using black and white photos and recorded conversations. A selection of these...
Tags: Arts, Italy, New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut), Artists, Arts
American Family Theater's Babes in Toyland begins with a cast of fairy tale characters coming to life, one by one, and telling their stories via dance in an epic opening sequence. There's Jack, Jill, Barnaby, Mary, Widow Piper and the toy soldiers, to...
Tags: Music, Victor Herbert, Entertainment
Handel's Messiah was a slow burn — it was first performed in Dublin in 1753, and wasn't very popular at all for a while. It was originally written to accommodate small, practical-sized groups of musicians, but was inflated to orchestra/giant choir...
CNNFAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Seventeen more Haitian men are suing a convicted American aid worker and affiliated institutions for sexual abuse they say they suffered while living at a charitable school intended to feed, clothe, educate and house the needy. Each...
Tags: KTLA, Trials, Prosecution, Colleges and Universities, Punishment
Consider a fish with the head of a parrot. Or a swordfish that mated with a rooster, producing offspring. Or a geisha girl whom is also an eel. Artist James Prosek has gone through the trouble of painting up these ridiculous creatures so that you don't...
Hartford CourantOutspoken movie critic and columnist Rex Reed at will speak 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29 as part of "Open Visions Forum" lecture series at Fairfield University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. His lecture is entitled "Hollywood Notebook:...
Hartford CourantIn the 1999 Spike Jonze-Charlie Kaufman film "Being John Malkovich," people paid $200 to spend 15 minutes to enter a portal into the actor's mind. On Tuesday, I was given 15 minutes with the 57-year-old actor, not nearly enough time to get inside...
Marsha Bowersox and Robert Thomson were married June 25 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Somerset. The bride is the daughter of Edward and Sydnay Bowersox, Somerset. The bridegroom is the son of Robert and Jo-Ellen Thomson, Hellertown. Amy Thomson Moses, the...
Tags: College Sports, Marriage, Family, Basketball, Lehigh University
Thursday September 15 IT IS WRITTEN Still working on that novel? Yeah, well you're probably never going to finish it without some outside help. To kick off its eighth season, the Westport Writers' Workshop is hosting an open house today, and who...
Tags: NBC (tv network), Danbury, England, Facebook, Social Media
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