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  • 'We Will Rock You' At Shubert

    'We Will Rock You' At Shubert
    There's something about P.J. Griffith that keeps him being cast as the bad boy. The Hartford-born, South Windsor-raised actor and singer most recently starred as the troubled renegade Jett in the off-Broadway musical "Giant" (James Dean played that...
  • 'The Trouble with Doug' comes to the Arts Garage

    Theatre at Arts Garage is exploring family dynamics in an unconventional new musical. "The Trouble with Doug" is a mix of realism and the absurd, with a sense of humor. The storyline echoes elements of Kafka, but it's anything but Kafkaesque. Rather...
  • How To Survive The Coming Allergy Season

    The arrival of warmer weather will soon unleash a pollen tsunami in parts of the country where the winter has been especially long and cold. Here are some survival tips from Clifford W. Bassett, an allergy specialist and assistant clinical professor of...
  • City Council President To Run For Senate Seat

     City Council President To Run For Senate Seat
    Shawn Wooden, the city council president, filed papers Thursday to form a candidate committee to run for the state Senate seat held by longtime incumbent Eric Coleman. Wooden, 44, said his professional and political backgrounds, coupled with his...
  • Pine & Crane for when you crave beef rolls and 'three cup chicken' in Silver Lake

    Pine & Crane for when you crave beef rolls and 'three cup chicken' in Silver Lake
    Name of restaurant: Pine & Crane Noodle Co. Chef: Chef-owner Vivian Ku and "old school" Taiwanese chef Allan Lai. What dish represents the restaurant and why? "Three cup chicken" (sanbeiji). It's a chicken dish that's a specialty of Ningdu in the...
  • Chelsea Clinton on Producing Her First Film 'Of Many'

    Could Chelsea Clinton follow in Al Gore's footsteps and take her new documentary all the way to the Oscars? Clinton, 34, is the executive producer of the documentary short "Of Many," about the friendship between a New York rabbi and an imam, which...
  • Greenwich Village retrospectives

    Greenwich Village retrospectives
    "Greenwich Village Stories: A Collection of Memories" Universe/Rizzoli, $29.95 It's the most famous "village" in the world, even though it actually is a neighborhood. In this wonderful collection of reminiscences, editor Judith Stonehill features...
  • Best Translated Book Awards finalists announced

    Best Translated Book Awards finalists announced
    Translating a book is arduous and notoriously low-paid work. It's a labor of love for most. With a few blockbuster exceptions (think Gabriel García Márquez or Haruki Murakami) publishers don't make much, if any money from the translated titles they offer....
  • Barbara Walters On Her Retirement and Big Changes at 'The View'

    Barbara Walters is known for turning her interviews into sob sessions, but as she exits the business she's known all her life, she's determined not to do that. When the legendary broadcaster retires next month at age 84 from ABC's "The View," following...
  • Ft. Hood shooting underscores Army's mental health crisis

    KILLEEN, Texas -- This week's deadly shootings at Ft. Hood suggest that after years of trying to confront a mental health crisis, the military is still struggling to design a healthcare system that can identify and successfully treat service members who...
  • No, don't turn Social Security cards into voter IDs

    No, don't turn Social Security cards into voter IDs
    Some Democrats have suddenly embraced the old notion of turning Social Security cards into national photo IDs. The goal is to undermine Republican voter suppression efforts that rely on demanding government-issued photos, by making these universally...
  • Whether it's bikes or bytes, teens are teens

     Whether it's bikes or bytes, teens are teens
    If you're like most middle-class parents, you've probably gotten annoyed with your daughter for constantly checking her Instagram feed or with your son for his two-thumbed texting at the dinner table. But before you rage against technology and start...