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  • Miss Connecticut 2014 crowned

    Acacia Courtney, 21, of Hamden, was crowned Miss Connecticut 2014 at the Garde Arts Center in New London on June 28. Courtney said that just before the final announcement was made, and she was on the stage with eventual runner-up Alexandria Puglisi, she...
  • Will Foxwoods' Expansion Into Theatrical Entertainments Change Marketplace?

    The news that “Menopause the Musical” is returning to Connecticut is not exactly a headline grabber. After all, the show has been entertaining scads of largely female audiences for years in theaters across the country. It’s even...
  • Talkin' Blues And Roots With Keb' Mo'

    Talkin' Blues And Roots With Keb' Mo'
    Over the course of a career now pushing into its fifth decade, Keb' Mo' — born Kevin Moore in Los Angeles, Calif. — has become a sort of blues ambassador, a testament to his incredible skills as an interpreter of the various blues subgenres....
  • Surviving The Puritans, Theater Thrives In Connecticut

    Surviving The Puritans, Theater Thrives In Connecticut
    The Puritans just didn't have much fun. Until late in the 18th century, there wasn't much in the way of public entertainment for The Hartford Courant to cover, and certainly nothing in the way of theater. Oh, there was the time just before the...
  • This Season of New Haven Theater Features New Works on Old Stages

    This Season of New Haven Theater Features New Works on Old Stages
    The Shubert in New Haven prides itself on its historical significance. This was the theater where Rodgers & Hammerstein, Neil Simon and many other theater legends chose to try out their new works before they went to Broadway. The 2013-14 Shubert "Best...
  • Spooky Scary

    Vampires of New England at New London's Garde Arts Center
    Fans of vampires (real ones, not that sparkly BS), literature and Halloween should take notice of what the Garde Arts Center is doing on Oct. 27. The Center and Historic Haunts present Vampires of New England & Dacre Stoker on Stoker. Yes, that Stoker....
  • Arts Round-up: Sondheim with a Symphony

    Arts Round-up: Sondheim with a Symphony
    New York cabaret singers like to sniff that they can't perform Stephen Sondheim songs more than 50 miles outside the city because the provinces "just don't get" him. On Nov. 23, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra will prove those New York snobs...
  • CT.com Interview: Rodriguez, Singer and Star of "Searching For Sugar Man"

    CT.com Interview: Rodriguez, Singer and Star of "Searching For Sugar Man"
    Searching For Sugar Man Showing as part of the New London Winter Film Festival, Thursday, March 7, Garde Arts Center, 325 State St., New London, (860) 444-7373, gardearts.org The music business is unjust. Everyone knows that. Some seemingly...
  • Robert Irvine's Dinner: Impossible Coming to New London's Garde Arts Center This Saturday

    Robert Irvine's Dinner: Impossible Coming to New London's Garde Arts Center This Saturday
    Robert Irvine believes that cooking should be considered a sport. In his Food Network show "Dinner: Impossible" he was challenged to create meals in exotic locations (on an isolated island, on a train, etc.) in a short amount of time with many...
  • The Spring Food Stroll at New London Historic Waterfront District

    The Spring Food Stroll at New London Historic Waterfront District
    New London Main Street, a community revitalization organization, presents the Spring Food Stroll on Wed., May 15. Strollers have the chance to sample food from nearly 50 participating restaurants and shops. In addition, there will be demonstrations at...
  • The Manhattan Short Film Festival Makes Its Way Through Connecticut

    The Manhattan Short Film Festival Makes Its Way Through Connecticut
    The 15th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival — comprised of 10 finalists chosen from 520 entries originating in 49 countries — screens at various venues around Connecticut (and around the world) this week. On Friday, October 5, at 7 p.m., the...
  • Debates Might Make All The Difference

    Whether debates influence elections is being hotly, well, debated. This year, they well may. A lackluster job by President Barack Obama in the Oct. 3 debate gave Republican Mitt Romney his first polling lead in a year — four points in the Pew...