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Objective vs Subjective

Conceptually speaking, objectivity requires one to view the world without preconceived notions, beliefs or biases. This requires an open mind. Typically we view the world subjectively though our own
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Are You Hungry?

Come experience the extraordinary puppet theatre play, Who’s Hungry. This weekend, the Silvermine Arts Center is proud to present this experimental table-top puppet theater play that aims to raise
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Who Wouldn’t Love French Cinema?

Starting tomorrow, for this weekend only, The Alliance Francaise of Greenwich is proud to present Focus on French Cinema. Celebrating their 10th Anniversary, they will be rolling out the red carpet
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Learn What the Historic Register is All About

Thursday evening, April, 4th the New Canaan Preservation Alliance His presenting a workshop to discuss the State Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. The
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Tempting Fate: A Conversation with Jane Green and Mark Lamos

The Westport Country Playhouse and Write Yourself Free present an evening of converstation with New York Times bestselling author Jane Green and Mark Lamos of the Westport Country Playhouse. The pair
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New Leclerc Contemporary Gallery Opens Contemporary Photography Show

The Leclerc Contemporary Gallery, located within the new Fairfield County Antique and Design Center in Norwalk, opens their new show on April 1st.  The show, titled  “Objective – Subjective – Inside
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Last Week to See This Exquisite Exhibit at the Bellarmine Museum of Art

 As a mature artist, the great American expatriate James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) began using a stylized butterfly in place of a signature to maximize his work’s aesthetic qualities.
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Go small, Go smaller, Go nano!

Join the Stepping Stones Museum for children for their  first annual NanoFestival where you and your kids can find out how the smallest things make a big difference in our world. Explore nano-scale
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Tonight, the Tunes of Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohn in Westport

The popular “Coffeehouse at The Wheeler’s” evening of music returns to  the Westport Historical Society on Friday, March 28. when singer Suzanne Sheridan returns with keyboardist Bob Cooper.  Singers
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Thursday Evening Fun!

The Stamford Palace Theater is excited to present The Boston Boys, tomorrow night. This group of talented men formed in Boston in 2012. But don’t let this fact fool you into believing their amateurs,
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