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WWE launches literary challenge for WrestleMania XXX

You may know the storylines when it comes to the professional wrestlers of the WWE, but how many other tales and adventures do you know? The Stamford-based WWE has teamed with the Pearson Foundation

Stamford artist Ken Delmar to appear on ‘The Queen Latifah Show’

Artist Ken Delmar has plenty of works that reveal his ability to take brush to paper towel and create vibrant portraits and abstract scenes. But can he paint a cat, while blindfolded on national

Former WTNH anchor Sonia Baghdady embarks on new assignment

Early on in her career, Sonia Baghdady realized that to look and feel good she would need some sure-fire strategies that fit into her busy lifestyle. It helped, too, if they could be easy on the

Westport’s Nile Rodgers, Bridgeport native John Mayer help Grammys with awards, Beatles’ salute

The 56th annual Grammy awards may be a couple of weeks away, but the lineup of performers has already begun to trickle out, with the latest additions announced earlier this week. On Tuesday, it was

Westport film series celebrates life and times of Julia Child

In Westport, January is as much about enriching the mind as it is about the palate, thanks to the WestportREADS 2014 community reading event. With the memoir, “My Life in France,” by Julia Child, with

Out and about: Things to see and places to be this weekend

The calendar page may have changed, but the kinds of diversions, activities and programs planned for this first weekend of 2014 are similar to the ones you could have found in 2013. There will be

Out and about: Things to see and places to be this weekend

Even though snow is forecast for the weekend, there will be plenty of activities to keep one busy, indoors and out. (Still, this week’s guide comes with the caveat that it would be wise to check
A+E Networks 2013 Upfront - Arrivals

A&E offers sneak peek of Darien-raised Chloe Sevigny’s new series

This weekend saw the release of a new trailer that offered a sneak peek of a new dramatic series, based on a Danish crime series of the same name, set to air on A&E next year. “Those Who Kill”

In Wilton, actor John O’Hurley will reveal “The Perfect Dog”

Days before you can hear and see actor John O’Hurley as host of the televised 12th annual “The National Dog Show Presented by Purina,” you can meet him when he visits the Wilton Library on Monday,

Westport’s David Pogue to host ‘Making More Stuff’ screening

On Oct. 16, New York Times technology writer David Pogue will have the fun of seeing his latest PBS NOVA series hit the small screen. If you happen to be in Westport that night, you can join him.