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

New Guerrilla Girls exhibition makes rare stop at Fairfield University

It has been nearly 30 years since the Guerrilla Girls first arrived, calling attention to inequality in the art world. In the years that followed, the group expanded its reach, seeking social change

Best of Summer: Dining by the water in SW Connecticut

UPDATE: And the winner is….Paloma! Forty two percent of voters said Paloma in Stamford is the best place to dine on the water in Southwestern Connecticut. The Latin-inspired grill opened at 15

Warning: Puppet nudity on stage in New Milford

“Avenue Q” is an award-winning musical comedy that ran for over six years on Broadway. You can see it locally starting Friday, Sept. 19, at TheatreWorks New Milford, where it will be on stage for a

New date, new place (Norwalk) for 2014 Chowdafest

Pictured, some of the chefs and organizers of Chowdafest, as well as local officials, enjoyed a sunny morning aboard an oyster boat, during a news conference last week announcing this year’s events.

Salsa day (and night) in Danbury

Now you can salsa and help benefit the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury at the same time. On Saturday, Oct. 4, a salsa intensive day of dancing will begin at 1:30 p.m. at Vitti’s Dance Studio, at 10

Ariana Grande is going on tour

Ariana Grande announced today details for her first North American headlining tour in support of her No. 1 album, “My Everything.” And yes, she’s coming to Connecticut. Produced and promoted by Live

Stamford museum to host its first ‘Farm to Table’ dinner

A special evening to celebrate the bounty of the summer season soon will debut at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center. Its first “Farm to Table” supper, featuring the culinary talents of Chef Brian