Best of Fall: Pumpkin Spice in Southwestern Connecticut

Update: And the winner is….Starbucks! Looks like local coffee and ice cream shops are no match for the pumpkin spice giant. According to our poll, local pumpkin fans are loyal to national chains.
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Kathie Lee Gifford visits Greenwich food fest with new wines

Thousands are expected to come together this coming weekend to enjoy the savory and the sweet, lots of barbecue and the beats, all at the Greenwich Wine and Food Festival at Roger Sherman Baldwin

Little Anthony to perform in Waterbury

Little Anthony will perform his hits at Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury next month, and will also share stories about his life. The show is called “An Evening with Little Anthony,” and it’s

Great music at the JCC in Sherman

A new monthly concert series, “Jamboree at the JCC,” continues Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Sherman Jewish Community Center with local singer-songwriters Chris Ellis and Mike Latini, and up-and-coming

WPA murals are star of Norwalk tour

Pictured is one of the many Work Projects Administration murals that can be found in Norwalk, Conn. This one features Alexander Rummler, a resident of South Norwalk, depicting himself in “Mopping for

Tony winner “I’m Not Rappaport” staged in Westport

Pictured, Fred Tisch and David Tate in the Westport Community Theatre’s production of “I’m Not Rappaport,” by Herb Gardner. Contributed photo/Jeffrey R. Wyant The Westport Community Theatre will

Free admittance to Danbury Museum on Sept. 27

The Danbury Museum & Historical Society will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, Sept. 27, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s tenth annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day

New shows highlight Stamford, Darien photographers

Want some art with that toast, or bagel? Two exhibitions are now on display in nearby businesses that put the focus on some local photographers. J. Edward Greene is enjoying a solo show of his work at