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  • Drink this: Whiskey Sour

    Drink this: Whiskey Sour
    Whiskey sour: At most bars, such a standard drink would be unmemorable. But at Tiny Lounge, a sleek cocktail spot in North Center, the $10 whiskey sour is worthy of attention. A concoction of Rittenhouse rye, lemon juice and house-made simple syrup, it'...
  • Why Is John G. Rowland Really Leaving WTIC?

    John G. Rowland, as he introduced himself on his WTIC-AM NewsTalk1080 afternoon talk show, announced Thursday that he is leaving the station to "take care of some personal issues." Although the former governor did not say what those "personal issues"...
  • Concert Review: Paul Williams makes dreams come true

    Concert Review: Paul Williams makes dreams come true
    Van Morrison, the famously moody singer-songwriter, once grew annoyed with an interviewer's questions about his craft. "Nobody asks a bricklayer about laying bricks," he protested. "Why ask me about writing songs? There's no difference." Perhaps there...
  • Jewish Mother club in Virginia Beach is closed, sources say [UPDATE 12:15 p.m. March 4]

    Jewish Mother club in Virginia Beach is closed, sources say [UPDATE 12:15 p.m. March 4]
    The Jewish Mother in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach closed this week due to financial problems. The future of the live music venue is in question. The following was posted on the club's Facebook page on Tuesday: "The rumors are in fact true. The...
  • Tiny Chinese chicken cup sells for $36 million at auction

    Tiny Chinese chicken cup sells for $36 million at auction
    It measures only 8 centimeters, or about 3 inches, in diameter and couldn't even hold a cup of morning coffee. And yet it is worth $36 million.  Or at least someone was willing to pay that much. A 15th century porcelain cup from China sold at a Sotheby'...
  • Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip

    Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip
    Even the residents of Sunland-Tujunga would agree the community is not exactly a foodie mecca. Still there are some good reasons to head over to this historical, artsy section of our valley. Sure, there are plenty of smoke shops, body shops and wrought...
  • 'Tiny Titans' Dinosaur Exhibit At The Peabody Shows The Babies Behind The Beasts

    'Tiny Titans' Dinosaur Exhibit At The Peabody Shows The Babies Behind The Beasts
    Were dinosaurs social animals? What was life like for baby dinosaurs? These and other questions are answered in the new exhibit opening Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven: "Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies."...
  • Henri Matisse cutouts in the spotlight at Tate Modern in London

    Henri Matisse spent his final decades largely confined to a wheelchair, having been weakened by cancer surgery at age 72. But the renowned French artist didn't allow his physical condition to slow his prodigious output. In fact, he embarked on one of...
  • February Vacation Day Trips & Programs

    February Vacation Day Trips & Programs
    Some schools will soon be out for February vacation, but that doesn’t mean learning has to stop. You can sign your child up for one of these vacation day programs or visit a nearby attraction. NEW BRITAIN MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 56 Lexington St.,...
  • Rotterdam Film Review: 'Swim Little Fish Swim'

    An artsy French girl in New York helps a musician break free from the bonds of family responsibility to realize his dream in Ruben Amar and Lola Bessis' slight, predictable debut, "Swim Little Fish Swim." Cute French girl dresses with panache; cute French...
  • Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'

    Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'
    When he first launched the Kickstarter campaign for his documentary film, Brett Culp could have hardly imagined the response he'd receive.  The director of "Legends of the Knight" -- described as "a documentary film exploring the power of heroic stories &...
  • All around the campfire with Les Claypool's Duo de Twang

    All around the campfire with Les Claypool's Duo de Twang
    The last time Les Claypool was here, the maniacal Primus bass player spent several days on the water between Aventura and Pompano Beach shooting scenes for a TV fishing-show project with friend Mickey Melchiondo (more famously known as indie rocker Dean...