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  • Puppet Sculptor Anne Cubberly Creates A Magical World

    Puppet Sculptor Anne Cubberly Creates A Magical World
    Walk into the high-ceilinged, wondrously cluttered studio of the inventive Hartford kinetic sculptor Anne Cubberly and you step into the workshop of a creative visual artist's unbounded imagination. Although small, even a bit claustrophobic, this is...
  • University of Saint Joseph Hosts the HartFolk Festival This Weekend

    University of Saint Joseph Hosts the HartFolk Festival This Weekend
    Pulling together such diverse folksters as The Sea, The Sea (Mira Stanley and state troubadour Chuck E. Costa, pictured), singer-songwriters Kate Callahan and André Balazs, and instrumental firebrands String Theorie, USJ's HartFork Festival promises...
  • Connecticut Historical Society in Hartford Holding a Community Cook-Off

    Connecticut Historical Society in Hartford Holding a Community Cook-Off
    Hartford chef types will embrace the Connecticut Historical Society's Community Cook-Off, judged by local foodies MaryEllen Fillo (Hartford Courant), Kara Sundlun (WFSB), Chion Wolf (WNPR's Colin McEnroe Show), Krystian von Speidel (Hartford Magazine) and...
  • Open Casting Call for Foodies: a CT Historical Society Cook-off

    Open Casting Call for Foodies: a CT Historical Society Cook-off
    Did you know that America’s cookbook was published in Hartford?  And that one of the four surviving original copies from the first 1796 publication will be on display at the CT Historical Society in April?  And that you can visit it in person, while...
  • An Election Night Live Radio Broadcast at Real Art Ways in Hartford

    An Election Night Live Radio Broadcast at Real Art Ways in Hartford
    Hard numbers don't exist to tell us how many viewers had additional screens on their laps as they watched the three presidential and one vice-presidential debates this fall, but it was undoubtedly greater than the population of Canada. Hartford's Real Art...
  • Ritter's Careful, Legal, Lucrative Career

    I would like to begin by saying at no point did Thomas Ritter do anything illegal. Ritter has been working as a private attorney for the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority. It is illegal for him to be a paid lobbyist for them, so any lobbying he...
  • Patrician Historian Ellsworth Grant Loved His State

    With Ellsworth S. Grant's passing goes a vast storehouse of Connecticut history. Fortunately, he left much of it behind in the dozens of books and articles he wrote. Writing was just one of the many ways in which Mr. Grant, who died March 6 at the age...
  • Baryshnikov does Chekhov at Hartford Stage

    Baryshnikov does Chekhov at Hartford Stage
    Man in a Case Adapted from Chekhov by Annie-B Parson & Paul Lazar of Big Dance Theater Through March 24, Hartford Stage, 50 Church St., Hartford, (860) 527-5151, hartfordstage.org   Some of New York's best experimental theater has fetched up at...
  • Roy Blount Jr. Will Talk About the Marx Brother at the Mark Twain House

    The prolific Roy Blount Jr., one of America’s preeminent humorists, believes that the Marx Brothers’ Duck Soup is “the greatest war movie ever made.” He said as much on the cover of his new book, Hail, Hail, Euphoria!: Presenting...
  • Author Joel Stein speaks with Colin McEnroe at the Mark Twain House on May 24

    Author Joel Stein speaks with Colin McEnroe at the Mark Twain House on May 24
    The Mark Twain House and Museum has always been a go-to place for literary events of all shapes and sizes. This week's no different: Time Magazine humorist Joel Stein (pictured) appears in dialogue with local media personality Colin McEnroe to deliver...
  • Crime & Punishment: Two men arrested after police heard them singing a song about their crime

    Crime & Punishment: Two men arrested after police heard them singing a song about their crime
    Chris Powell, the political columnist/managing editor of Manchester's Journal-Inquirer, has called New Haven's policies toward undocumented immigrants "treason" and blamed issues in inner-city schools on the low "caliber of the students themselves," as...
  • William Laramie Memorial Benefit Concert will be held on June 17 at the East Hartford Cultural Center

    William Laramie Memorial Benefit Concert will be held on June 17 at the East Hartford Cultural Center
    William Laramie Memorial Benefit Concert June 17, 12-4 p.m., $15 suggested donation, East Hartford Cultural Center, 50 Chapman Place, East Hartford, williamlaramiememorialconcert.org.   When musicians are in mourning, they gather to chase away the...