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Niedermeier joins MSNBC’s ‘Brain Trust’

“You really have to think on your feet — a lot of times, I don’t know the issue until I get in the car to go to the studio,” she said. The show is aired live from MSNBC’s New York studios. [Read More]
Categories: Arts, General, News, Politics

Tonight in Bridgeport: GBS opens 68th season at Klein

So what’s new at the Greater Bridgeport Symphony? A lot. The GBS opens its 68th season tonight (Saturday, Sept. 28) at a new time: 7:30 p.m. And without Maestro Gustav Meier at the helm. Following Meier’s retirement in April, the orchestra set about to find a new music director/principal conductor. More than 150 conductors applied […] [Read More]

Violinist Markov to perform at Lincoln Center Sept. 10

Noted Russian-American violinist, Alexander Markov, whose parents reside in Norwalk, is one of the featured performers at the World Peace Orchestra’s upcoming concert at Lincoln Center. Markov, a long-time favorite with Greater Bridgeport Symphony audiences, will join 134 young musicians from 50 countries for the “Play for Peace” Concert, Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. […] [Read More]

Free day Aug. 24 at Peabody Museum

One of New Haven’s great museums, the Yale Peabody, will present “Summer’s Last Roar,” its 5th annual end-of-summer free admission day, on Saturday, Aug. 24. Programs on ancient Egypt as well as puppet shows and interpretive science exhibits will be presented throughout the day. Free admission will be offered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts, Education, Features, General

Shakesbeer Festival set for Saturday in Stratford

Come drink and learn about Connecticut craft beer, and see Javier Colon perform, the Stratford Connecticut native who won the very first season of “The Voice” in 2011. All profits from the festival go to restoring the historic American Shakespeare Festival Theater. [Read More]
Categories: Arts, General, Stratford

7th annual Caribbean Jerk Fest this weekend

The 7th annual Caribbean Jerk Fest will take place Saturday on McLevy Green in downtown Bridgeport. Here’s the official release:   The West Indian American Association of Greater Bridgeport will hold its Annual Caribbean Jerk Fest on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at McLevy Green-downtown Bridgeport, CT. Jerk chicken and jerk pork will be available hot […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts, Bridgeport, General, News

‘Sun as Art’ shines at Discovery Museum

The Discovery Museum celebrates the opening of its new exhibit, “The Sun as Art,” on Friday, Aug. 9, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The public is invited. The exhibition is the brainchild of Dr. Steele Hill, a media specialist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Included in the collection are full-color, high-resolution […] [Read More]

City Lights summer show opens Thursday

City Lights Gallery’s summer show, celebrating its members, opens Thursday, July 25, with a free reception that runs from 5:30 to 8 p.m. On hand will be the exhibiting artists, all members of the nonprofit gallery. Each artist has the opportunity to include whatever works they’s like for the show. Various media, from paintings to […] [Read More]

Saturday’s free NHSO concert moved indoors

   Because of the possibility of extreme heat and thunderstorms, the free New Haven Symphony Orchestra concert, ”Dueling Divas,” originally slated for the New Haven Green, has been moved indoors to the Shubert Theater, 247 College St., New Haven, on Saturday, July 20, at 7 p.m.  “The safety of our audience is first and foremost, […] [Read More]

Help put together a patchwork quilt for the Newfield Branch Library

The public is invited to pull up a seat and help form a good, old-fashioned quilting bee. By fall, the result will be a festive patchwork quilt that will hang at Newfield Branch Library in Bridgeport’s East End. The two-hour collaboration begins 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, Newfield Branch Library. This collaborative work of art […] [Read More]
Categories: Arts