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

Stamford scene captures spot in ‘Revolutionary Views

Pictured, a scene from Cove Island Park in Stamford, Conn. File photo/Jason Rearick Are you already making plans for those fall trips? Connecticut’s Office of Tourism is a step ahead, with a new fall

‘South Pacific’ coming to WBT

Back when I was a Girl Scout in the early 1970s, our troop performed a song about vowing to “wash that man right out of my hair.” We twirled and pretended to work up some lather while singing. It must

A call for artists and photographers

  Kent Art Association invites artists and photographers to enter its silent auction. The auction reception will take place Oct. 11 from 5 to 6 p.m.  Studio paintings, plein-air paintings, prints,

Best of Fall: Apple Picking in Southwestern Connecticut

UPDATE: And the winner is…Blue Jay Orchards! Readers voted Blue Jay Orchards in Bethel the best spot for apple picking in Southwestern Connecticut – but only by a hair. Silverman’s Farm in Easton

Half-price preview set for ‘Dividing the Estate’

“Dividing the Estate” mixes comedy and family drama on stage  at The Sherman Playhouse. The show opens Friday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m., but there’s a half-price preview on Thursday, Sept. 18. This is the

Kent talk on lives of Afghan street children

 The lives of working street children in Afghanistan will be explored in a program Sunday, Sept. 21, at Kent Memorial Library. The 1:30 p.m. event features speaker Eng. Mohammed Yousef, founder of the