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Jerry Kristafer now a Christian DJ

No. Your ears don’t deceive you. It is former shock jock Jerry Kristafer. Nor do your eyes. He’s the morning DJ on WJMJ, the Archdiocese of Hartford’s Catholic radio station. Kristafer started his new gig Nov. 4.  But don’t expect a return of  laughing Clancy or Penny the Time-Telling pig.  The Archdiocese said Kristafer  be […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts, Charity, Religion

Shelton tree to grace Rockefeller Center for Christmas

Categories: Arts, Charity, Holidays, News, Shelton

Boys & Girls Village ‘Shining Star Gala’ set for Nov. 9

We just received this release from Boys & Girls Village in Milford: Boys & Girls Village will celebrate 70 years of providing services to at-risk children and families at its Shining Star Gala on Saturday, Nov. 9,  from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the Trumbull Marriott. The evening’ Steven M. Kant, M.D. president/CEO of Boys […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts, General, Milford, New Haven

Terex involved in Westport’s Levitt Pavilion project

Just beyond the parking lot at the Westport Public Library, construction crews are building a new Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts with enhanced amenities. The Levitt is a popular summer destination for free outdoor summer concerts, some of which are charity events that the Levitt uses to provide funding for its summer shows.The new […] [Read More]

Easton seeks amateur photographers for juried photography show

Have you got great perspective? Do you consider yourself an undiscovered photography genius? If you’ve answered yes to either of these questions, the Easton Public Library and the Easton Arts Council want to here from you for its annual juried photography show. Photographers are limited to enter two pictures, both of which should depict a […] [Read More]

Trumbull Town Hall displays mosaic cut glass art

Trumbull Town Hall is displaying artist Eve Newell’s mosaics made from intricate cut glass. The show features floral, bird and other environmental-inspired designs. For information about purchasing wallhangings, end tables or lamps from the artist, email her at Newell’s work has taken many top honors in area gallery shows from Milford to Old Greenwich. […] [Read More]

Milford Chamber seeking scenic shots for its website

We just received this letter from the Milford Chamber of Commerce: The Milford Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is inviting residents to submit their best photos of Milford. Chosen photos will be featured on the Milford Chamber’s new and improved website, which is launching soon. Photo credit will be given. All photos will be reviewed for […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts, Milford

Of things that go bump Saturday night…in Trumbull

The Trumbull Historical Society will celebrate Halloween a little early this Saturday with a Jack O’Lantern making contest and some spooky tales about legendary area ghosts on Saturday, from 5;30 to 8:30 p.m., at Abraham Nichols Park. Admission is $5.; [Read More]

Day-off option for kids in Region 14

We received this note from the Flanders Nature Center: WOODBURY — Region 14 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade, while out of school on Friday, Nov. 1 for a teacher’s in-service day, are invited to experience a “Nature Safari” day at Flanders. Adventures that wait for them include hiking the trails to discover wildlife […] [Read More]

Hot diggity dog…

Do you know this place? It has the best hot dogs known to reporter MariAn Gail Brown. Have you got a favorite hot dog heaven in Connecticut? Let me know. Follow me on [Read More]