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City Lights Gallery sets ‘Same Sex’ reception, Pride March for July 21

Above by Sue Czark. Here’s the invitation from Executive Director Suzanne Kachmar at the nonprofit City Lights Gallery, which recently moved to 855 Main St., Bridgeport: City Lights will host the 6th
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Artist talk at Art/Place Gallery on July 21

Above: Art Gerstein, “In Search Of,” digital image Alice Katz, “Meditating Buddha,” mixed media Norwalk digital photographer Art Gerstein, and Fairfield author, teacher, and psychotherapist Alice Katz

Bijou announces auditions for ‘Scarlet Letter’ with a twist

The Bijou Theatre, at 275 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, has announced auditions for its first Live Theatre production of the 2016 Fall Season: “The Scarlet Letter,” by Phyllis Nagy (Oscar-nominated
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Free GBYO family concert May 21 on Pequot Library Great Lawn

CELEBRATE spring with the Pequot Library’s annual outdoor family pops concert featuring members of the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras on Saturday, May 21, from 3 to 5 p.m. Those attending are
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Youth Orchestras invite area students to open rehearsal

If you have ever considered joining the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras, now is the time to seriously explore the possibility. The GBYO, founded in 1961, is sponsoring an Open Rehearsal on
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Discovery Museum, GBS join forces for ‘Night Sky’ event

Above is a vintage photo of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony, conducted by Music Director Emeritus Gustav Meier. The Discovery Museum and the Greater Bridgeport Symphony are joining forces for an
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So who’s the oldest golfer to have won a major?

Please let me indulge in a bit of family history. With Bernhard Langer, 58, in contention going into the final day of The Masters, much is being made about breaking the record for the oldest gent to
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UPDATE: Fairfield’s Alex Beyer in Belgium for Queen Elisabeth piano competition

THIS JUST IN: Fairfielder Alex Beyer played his first round in Brussels, Belgium, Tuesday, May 3, at the Queen Elisabeth International Piano Competition. Here ‘s the podcast:

Women’s History Month celebration set for Saturday, March 5, at WCSU

Western Connecticut State University in Danbury is the place to be on the morning of Saturday, March 5, for an engaging program in celebration of Women’s History Month. This full day of free and
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Fiber artist Ellen Schiffman shows at Westport Library

‘Color, No Color’ The Westport Library celebrates the work of fiber artist Ellen Schiffman with an exhibition using colors, as well as white only, in “Color, No Color!” at the library’s first-floor