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Linda Tuccio-Koonz

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Founders Hall Wreath Festival & Holiday Boutique opens in Ridgefield

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Wreaths will abound at the biennial Founders Hall Wreath Festival & Holiday Boutique on Thursday, Nov. 20, through Sunday, Nov. 23.  More than 100 decorated wreaths created by local artists, designers and businesses will be on display and for sale. Shoppers will find a home and holiday boutique stocked with unusual gift items, elegant home […] [Read More]
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My Dad’s Truck at Molten Java in Bethel on Saturday, Nov. 22

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My Dad’s Truck is headed back to Molten Java this weekend to perform its popular monthly show of free-range Americana roots music at Molten Java Coffeehouse, at 213 Greenwood Ave. in Bethel. The show is Saturday, Nov. 22, from 8 to 10 p.m. Members of the local acoustic trio are Susan Lang of Woodbury, Leif Smith […] [Read More]
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High-end art/craft show and sale returns to Ridgefield

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ARTique 2014, a high-end art/craft show and sale, returns to St. Stephen’s Church North Hall in Ridgefield this week. The church is at 351 Main St. and there will be an artists’ reception on opening night, Thursday, Nov. 20, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.  The show and sale continue Nov. 21-22, from 10 to 5 p.m.  Admission […] [Read More]
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Jim Filgate (George Harrison in The CAST of Beatlemania) and friends to perform in Alzheimer’s fundraiser Nov. 21

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“An Evening with Jim Filgate & Friends”is set for Friday, Nov. 21, at New Morning Market in Woodbury. The concert will feature a retrospective of songs and artists that have influenced Filgate’s musical career, including The Beatles, James Taylor, Crosby Stills & Nash, The Everly Brothers, and others. Filgate, who grew up in Ridgefield, is […] [Read More]
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‘Little Women’ opens on stage in Danbury on Thursday

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Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” opens on stage this week  at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. The show tells the story of a lively group of sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March — and their passage into adulthood before and during the Civil War. Alcott’s 1868 novel was adapted and brought to Broadway […] [Read More]
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Meet sculptor Ira Reines at jazz/arts evening to introduce Bethel Arts on Saturday, Nov. 15, at Parma Restaurant

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There will be an evening of jazz and art on Saturday, Nov. 15, to introduce Bethel Arts and the Bethel Arts Space. Bethel Arts is a community-based nonprofit that seeks to promote, build and support all facets of the arts and creative culture in Bethel. Saturday’s event will be held in Bethel at 7 p.m. […] [Read More]
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Regal Brass to perform at Danbury Music Centre Saturday

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On Saturday, Nov. 15, Regal Brass will perform an 8 p.m. show at the Danbury Music Centre. The venue is at 256 Main St. and admission is free. Regal Brass is a brass quintet featuring Kevin Murphy (trumpet), Brandon Vazquez (trumpet), Lester Sanabria (French horn), Jack Titcomb (trombone), and Thomas Lemak (tuba), with special guest […] [Read More]
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From open mic night to Johnny Cash star (in Danbury)

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“The Spirit of Johnny Cash” starring Harold Ford and the Red Hot Cash Band is coming to The Palace Danbury on Saturday, Nov. 15. Ford — with his deep, bass-baritone voice and soulful smile — bears an uncanny resemblance to the legend, and sounds like him, too. In this re-creation of a Cash concert you’ll […] [Read More]
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‘Jekyll & Hyde’ to be on stage at Waterbury Palace

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The epic struggle between good and evil comes to life on the Palace stage in Waterbury next month during the theater’s three Webster Broadway Series presentations of the musical “Jekyll & Hyde.” Shows will be Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6 and 7. Tickets for the new production, sponsored in part by Adam Broderick Salon and Spa, are […] [Read More]
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Calling all collectors: Danbury Museum wants to see what you have, and it could become part of a new exhibit

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The Danbury Museum & Historical Society  invites ardent collectors of all ages to participate in their upcoming exhibit, “Collections, Community, & Conversation… Continued.” The show will open Jan. 24 and run through March 21. Brigid Guertin, executive director of the museum, explained that because of the popularity and interest in last winter’s edition of “Collections, […] [Read More]
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