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Need a Lunch Break?

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Are you looking to do something different with your lunch break? Well look no further! Tomorrow afternoon, the Westport Historical Society will be presenting Kimberly Wilson’s one-man show “A journey”. Her performance will use songs, movement and dialogue to bring to life Harriet Tubman, a runaway slave who led hundreds of other slaves to freedom […] [Read More]
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Talk Back Series and Movie: Network

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This film is a trenchant satire of “trash TV.” Network (1976) seems to grow only more relevant with each passing year. It predicts everything about modern media in the 21st Century—From reality TV and youtube to the tabloid news format and Glen Beck. When a network news anchor loses his mind on the air, his outrageous rants, […] [Read More]
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PAVLOVSK, The Monumental Story of A Russian Palace

The Story of a Russian Palace

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The Palace is an 18th century Russian Imperial residence built by Paul I of Russia in Pavlovsk, near Saint Petersburg. The palace and the large English garden surrounding it are now a Russian state museum and public park. Come to the New Canaan Historical Society on Tuesday to see a presentation by Alexey Guzanov.  Mr. Guzanov […] [Read More]
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Larry Braggs and the Side Guys in Fairfield

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The Side Guys - Meet a team of great R&B Rock and Jazz musicians with great foundations in the music industry, all with solo recordings dating as far back as the mid 1980′s and 1970′s. These are proud professionals who come together to enjoy an inspiration from each other that delivers a tremendous evening for your audience. […] [Read More]
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Say Goodbye to this Winter with a Winter Concert

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What is now the Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic, acclaimed for its musicianship, expression, and style, was founded by Salvatore Princiotti when he was fresh from Juilliard and teaching music in the Greenwich schools. Offering both classical and jazz training, SYAP enriches the cultural landscape of Stamford and its surrounding communities through frequent public concerts. Over the years, […] [Read More]
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Let’s Draw On!

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This year, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will celebrate Draw On! Goes Green with two weeks of programming inspired by sustainability, recycling, and green art-making.  Draw On! Goes Green is a community drawing program designed to inspire creativity in people of all ages and abilities, while exploring environmentally friendly art-making. It’s guaranteed fun for you, your family, friends […] [Read More]
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A Performance Not To Be Missed

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Tomorrow night, The Silvermine Arts Center will be introducing ETHEL, America’s premier post-classical string quartet, which is back by popular demand. Acclaimed as “indefatigable and eclectic” by The New York Times, “vital and brilliant” by The New Yorker, and “one of the most exciting quartets around” by Strad Magazine, ETHEL invigorates the contemporary music scene with […] [Read More]
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Care For Our Ocean’s Conservation?

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On March 10th (tomorrow), The Maritime Aquarium will be presenting perhaps one of the most influential men in the field of ecology, Dr. Daniel Botkin. Dr. Botkin is a scientist who studies life from a planetary perspective, a biologist who has helped solve major environmental issues, and a writer about nature. His topic for tomorrow evening  will be “What I’ve […] [Read More]
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