February: The Arts and Popular Culture

Connecticut has long played a central role in the development of the arts - from Mark Twain and the Hartford writers of the 19th century to groundbreaking theater productions at Hartford Stage and Long Wharf Theater to architectural gems like the Phoenix Building in Hartford or the Philip Johnson glass house in Fairfield County. And we've got plenty of celebrities too.
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CAPTION: The Rolling Stones, from left to right, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards perform at Rentschler Field.
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( Mark Mirko / Hartford Courant / August 26, 2005 )

Connecticut has long played a central role in the development of the arts - from Mark Twain and the Hartford writers of the 19th century to groundbreaking theater productions at Hartford Stage and Long Wharf Theater to architectural gems like the Phoenix Building in Hartford or the Philip Johnson glass house in Fairfield County. And we've got plenty of celebrities too.

CAPTION: The Rolling Stones, from left to right, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards perform at Rentschler Field.

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