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  • Bay's 'Love Letters' is a touching Valentine's Day performance

    For this Valentine's season, the folks at Bay Theatre are offering A. R. Gurney's 1989 off-beat near-classic, "Love Letters." This two-person play is ideally suited to Bay's intimate space, as well as its intention of extending the Valentine season...
  • 'My Dog Tulip' explores a canine-human connection

    'My Dog Tulip' explores a canine-human connection
    The new animated film "My Dog Tulip," based on British writer J.R. Ackerley's 1956 memoir by the same name, seems like a loving homage to the bond between man and dog. So it's surprising to hear filmmakers Paul and Sandra Fierlinger say they hope their...
  • Movie Review: My Dog Tulip

     
    The adorably hand-animated “My Dog Tulip” is based on a fictionalized memoir by the English writer J. R. Ackerley. Opening Friday at the Enzian, the film features Christopher Plummer plummily narrating the story of how Ackerley, seeking that...
  • Kent

    Kent
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Named by the General Assembly after Kent county in England. Its Indian name was Scatacook, meaning a place where a river divides. ORIGINS: The area was originally part of the western lands formerly held by Hartford and Windsor. In...
  • Gone but not forgotten, 2010: Goodbye to some true TV icons

    It's natural with the dawn of a new year to bid farewell to the old, and to those who left with it. In terms of television talents lost in 2010, though, the ritual hits particularly close to the heart. A number of genuine icons of the home screen...
  • Lynn Redgrave: 1943-2010

     
    Lynn Redgrave has died. The once and always Georgy Girl, one of the many acting Redgraves, I last recall seeing in The White Countess, with her late niece Natasha Richardson and sister Vanessa Redgrave. And she played a funny drunk in Confessions of a...
  • Lynn Redgrave and ‘House Calls’

     
    Sept. 20, 1981: Universal Studios says Lynn Redgrave left “House Calls” over her salary “demands,” The Times says. A transcript of a phone call between her husband/manager John Clark and Universal’s Pete Terranova tells a different story....
  • Lynn Redgrave was robbed of the Oscar for 'Georgy Girl'

     
    Looking back over the distinguished work of Lynn Redgrave -- who died of breast cancer Sunday at age 67 -- there was one outrage in terms of showbiz awards. It's a pity she didn't win the Academy Award for her career-capping performance as a chunky...
  • Lynn Redgrave: An Appreciation

     
    Although I never met Lynn Redgrave, the news of her death Sunday at her home in Connecticut following a long bout with breast cancer feels oddly personal, a little like hearing about the passing of a former neighbor for whom......
  • Monster Mash: 'Fela!,' 'La Cage' top Tony nominees; remembering Redgrave; Turner Prize finalists named

     
    -- Tony nods: The musicals "Fela!" and "La Cage aux Folles" have each received 11 nominations to lead the field for the 2010 Tony Awards. (Los Angeles Times) -- On the edge: A painter who specializes in scenes of tragedies,......
  • The Morning Fix: Cutting Jerry Bruckheimer's budget! 'Dinner' for who? Spike and G4 trade trash talk

     
    After the coffee. Before some snarky remark about the pill's 50th birthday. Reigning in Bruckheimer. Legendary producer Jerry Bruckheimer is known for sparing no expense, but even he isn't immune to having his bottom line scrutinized and making cuts like....
  • Gold Derby nuggets: TCM tribute to Lena Horne | 'Fences' ropes them in | Cherry Jones back to Broadway after '24'

     
    • Lisa Horowitz delivers the news that TCM has scheduled a tribute to the late Lena Horne for May 21. "The lineup features three films with defining Horne performances, as well as one of the groundbreaking singer-actress' personal favorites, the 1943...