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  • Jay Leno Keeps The Crowds Laughing

    Jay Leno Keeps The Crowds Laughing
    He may be off late night TV but longtime "The Tonight Show" host Jay Leno continues doing his nighttime shtick. But he's doing it these days as part of his live tour that comes to University of Connecticut's Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Sept. 27.
  • Pink Martini And The Von Trapps In Storrs

    Pink Martini And The Von Trapps In Storrs
    Pink Martini is a democratizing force. The last time they performed at UConn ended in a theater-wide conga line, if memory serves (and it might not). For their 2013 album "Get Happy," Portland's little orchestra, whose tastes and repertoire range from...

    Tom Foley, Dannel Malloy To Have 6 More Debates

    Tom Foley, Dannel Malloy To Have 6 More Debates
    Republican challenger Tom Foley and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will have six more debates before Election Day, Foley's spokesman said Sunday. The two candidates have received multiple invitations for debates and forums, and the final six debates will be...

    On "Fela" at Shubert Theater in New Haven -- and More

    On "Fela" at Shubert Theater in New Haven -- and More
    The show: “Fela!” The place: Shubert Theater in New Haven. Thoughts on leaving the parking lot?: I was going to write a standard blog-style review of "Fela" which I saw Friday night but since the run was so short -- it ended today -- I...

    'Peter and the Wolf' Playing at the Jorgensen

    'Peter and the Wolf' Playing at the Jorgensen
    Sergei Prokofiev's orchestra play Peter and the Wolf was originally written to explain instruments to children, and it has since become a beloved tale. Now, musicians led by UConn alum Ehren Brown will join forces with puppets from the university's Puppet...