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Bethel exhibit features photographer’s images of Candlewood Lake

“Lake Ablaze (2008)” from “Candlewood Kiss” series by photographer Elisabeth J. Levy. A seasonal sparkler that inspires year-round reflections is the subject to which Elisabeth Levy recently turned her lens. And for the next two weeks visitors can see just what she saw. “Candlewood Kiss: An Alternative View of a Beloved Lake,” will wrap up […] [Read More]
A group gathers to sing Mendelssohn's Elijah with Music on the Hill in summer 2014 in Wilton, Conn.

Music on the Hill begins Summer Sings in Wilton Aug. 4

  Do you only want to leave the summer sounds to the crickets, katydids and tree frogs? If not, Music on the Hill has a program for you. It’s Summer Sings begins in Wilton on Tuesday, running each week, same time, same place through August. Each evening features a different classical work, open to singers […] [Read More]
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From images to sculptures, local artists look at the process of ‘refabrication’

Pictured, Jay Kaplan’s photograph of Sabine Pass, Texas, is among the works that will be on display at the Washington Art Association in Washington Depot, along with the works of two other artists. The show runs through October. The works of three artists will be woven together to create “Re: Fabrications,” at the Washington Art […] [Read More]

Norwalk’s Edisun releases second album, “Collision,” today

Even as the area welcomes a slate of musical performers from around the world, a homegrown band is enjoying the release of a new album today. “Collision” is the second album by the Norwalk-based band Edisun, which has spent the last several years working on this sophomore effort and touring internationally. “It’s been great to […] [Read More]
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Stamford’s Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery once again says ‘thanks’ this weekend

Leading up to this weekend’s opening of “Thank You, CT” at Stamford’s Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, a group of artists have been doing some double duty to make the show a go. Five gallery artists, including Rex Prescott Walden, Shelby Head, Nathan Lewis, Joe Boginski and James Gortner, have selected the nearly dozen artists and […] [Read More]
Greenwich author Jennifer Quasha loves dogs and cats enough to have written a dozen books about them, including "I Can't Believe My Dog Did That," which she co-authored for the popular "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series. She is featured in the latest "Chicken Soup" book which celebrates nurses.

Greenwich writer stirs up a memory for latest ‘Chicken Soup’ book

Greenwich writer Jennifer Quasha is one of more than 90 contributors to the latest “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book. This time, the popular motivational publishing series turns to true stories about nurses for inspiration. Quasha, who has written more than 40 books and articles, writes about an experience she had with her mother, who […] [Read More]

Bijou Youth Theatre offers family production July 31

The Bijou Theatre’s Summer Youth Theatre Program will present its “Summer Showcase,” featuring selections from “Once On This Island Jr.” on Friday, July 31, at 7 p.m. The family production will feature members of the Bijou’s Summer Youth Theatre Program, as well as performers from the Bijou’s recently concluded Summer Stock production of the musical […] [Read More]
"The Cat's Meow," by Amy Traggianese, will be featured in the summer show at Norwalk's Maritime Garage Gallery. The exhibit opens Thursday, May 29, with a free evening reception.

Norwalk Maritime Garage Gallery looking for art that reflects ‘Flux’

Get those works in flux into focus. The City of Norwalk Parking Authority’s Maritime Garage Gallery is looking for artists, ages 18 and older, to submit work for its next exhibition, which will be titled “Flux.” (Pictured, “The Cat’s Meow, ” by Amy Traggianese, was previously featured in the summer show at Norwalk’s Maritime Garage […] [Read More]