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Shortest Easton Board of Selectman meeaning on record, BIG BIG Implications

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Easton’s Board of Selectman convened a special meeting this morning for the sole purpose of considering hiring outside counsel to represent the town in a lawsuit that seeks to put its Town Clerk W., Derek Buckley, a seven-term incumbent, on the ballot in November’s municipal election along with Val Buckley, his wife, who is running […] [Read More]

Violinist Markov to perform at Lincoln Center Sept. 10

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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]

Poll: What is your Plan B?

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Rail service is suspended on Metro-North’s New Haven Line between New Haven and South Norwalk indefinitely, leading many weekend tourists and regular commuters alike to seek alternate transportation. [Read More]

‘Standing Ovation’ set for May 4; Meier receives ‘Gratitude of a City’

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From the desk of arts writer Phyllis Boros. A few things about Maestro Gustav Meier, who ended his 41-season tenure with the Greater Bridgeport Symphony with an extraordinary concert Saturday night at the Klein: 1. Just in case you missed the Editorial Page on Sunday (4/21),the Post’s “Gratitude of a City” editorial is attached below. […] [Read More]

Steve McCurry visits Greenwich gallery 4/18

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You many not know his name, but chances are you know his photos. For decades, photojournalist Steve McCurry has been traveling the world to document the human experience in all its beauty, chaos, diversity and struggle — a mission to which he remains committed. Many of his magazine photos have become iconic, such as “Afghan […] [Read More]

Author to discuss our odd relationship with suburban wildlife

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REDDING — Jim Sterba, author of Nature Wars: The Incredible Story of How Wildlife Comebacks Turned Backyards Into Battlegrounds, will discuss his book on Saturday, May 4, at 2 p.m. at Highstead as part of its Woodland Conversations Series. The talk is free and open to the public. Afterward there will be a book signing […] [Read More]

Musical memorial service set for Robert S. Tellalian

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A musical memorial service for lawyer and community leader Robert S. Tellalian will take place Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at 1 p.m. at the 1,100-seat United Congregational Church, 877 Park Avenue (at the corner of State Street) in Bridgeport. The service will be open to the public. Mr. Tellalian died at his Stratford home on […] [Read More]

Tellalian memorial set for Jan. 19

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A memorial service for lawyer and community leader Robert S. Tellalian will take place Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at 1 p.m. at the United Congregational Church, 877 Park Avenue (at the corner of State Street) in Bridgeport. The memorial is open to the public. Mr. Tellalian died at his Stratford home on Christmas, Dec. 25, […] [Read More]