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Though the ultimate winner was a Chicago deep-dish legend, four Connecticut pizzerias found their way to Esquire Magazine's recent "Life-Changing Pizza" list, proving again that the Nutmeg State's pies are among the country's best. Frank Pepe's...
Hey, bands! Are you looking for answers to all of the questions involved in making your music career a for-real career? With like, the opportunity make money and be legit and stuff? Cancel your plans tonight and get yourself to RVP Studios in West Haven...
When you think of making s'mores, a roasting marshmallow held over a warm campfire probably comes to mind. But do you also imagine yourself making them while sitting knee deep in snow and ice? Probably not. But even though we're heading into winter,...
Theater Steel Magnolias: In the world of Truvy's local-homegrown beauty salon, six very different women come together to share their secrets, fears and love for one another while engaging the audience in hysterical and neighborly gossip. Sat., 8 p.m.,...
The Hartford CourantThe smiling face of Democratic Secretary of the State Denise Merrill looms large over I-91 in Hartford on a taxpayer-funded billboard urging citizens to vote on Nov. 6. It's one of many billboards that began going up last week, displaying Merrill's image...
Tags: Elections, Voting, Executive Branch, Government, Politics
The Paradise City Arts Festival makes its annual three-day-weekend autumn stop in Northampton, Mass., on Saturday through Monday, showcasing hundreds of artisans, artists and craftspeople from all over the country, including 14 from Connecticut. The...
Set your sights in and around New Haven when planning out your next three weekends, as the 15th annual City-Wide Open Studios is here! It's a celebration of the art, artists and art spots that New Haven has to offer all year round. Opening night Oct. 5...
The Hartford CourantTime is running out on exactly how the election ballot will look this November in all 169 towns in Connecticut. With towns needing to be notified of the ballot order by Saturday and overseas ballots needing to be mailed to members of the military by...
Crime & Punishment: Someone Smashed the Head of a Virgin Mary Statue and Replaced it With a Garden GnomeA man patrolling West Haven in a T-shirt reading "Police Narcotics" was not a cop but some weirdo who likes to handcuff people, the actual police told the Connecticut Post. In addition to having the shirt and a few pairs of cuffs, 22-year-old Tuy...
Artists of the month, from around the state: “Reading the Ruins: Paintings by Nathan Lewis” will run from Saturday, Sept. 1, to Saturday, Sept. 29 at A-Space Gallery at West Cove Studio, 30 Elm St. in West Haven. (Pictured is “Book...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Artists, Southington, Arts, Fine Artists
Over the last five years, the Town of Woodbridge has paid Fire Marshal Michael Cavanagh for about 2,000 hours he did not work because Cavanagh was unaware that his hours had been increased. Cavanagh moved into the part-time, $37,984-a-year position in...
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