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Master Illusionist Guaranteed to Appear at the Levitt!

The Levitt Pavilion For The Performing Arts presents the Magic of Lyn, a special ticketed event and part of the Melissa & Doug Children’s Series. The proceeds will help underwrite the Levitt’s

CHIRP Music Series Brings Grammy Winning Conjunto Band to Town

Tuesday evening at Ballard Park, the 2010 Grammy Award winning and  famed conjunto band “Max Baca & Los Texmaniacs” bring their special musical combo sound to Ballard Park! Combine a hefty helping

Cult Classic Series at the Avon Theatre Shows It’s Fun to be a Vampire!

The Avon Theatre Film Centre, in downtown Stamford, presents the cult classic “The Lost Boys” on Tuesday evening.  This 1987 film, directed by Joel Schumacher, and starring Jason Patric, Kiefer

Art, Music & Poetry at Paradise Green in Stratford

“Artists & Artisans in Paradise” brings arts, crafts, performance and community inspiration, to Stratford’s Paradise Green on Sunday August 24. The theme is “All local, all handmade,” featuring

Art Walk in a Quintessential New England Town: Ridgefield!

The streets of this quintessential New England town will come alive during Art Walk Ridgefield 2014.  More than 40 restaurants, businesses and cultural venues will showcase the work of countless

Saturday Night is Opening Night For “The Things We Do For Love”

Love will make you crazy. In this uproarious comedy, “The Things We Do For Love,” by Playhouse favorite Alan Ayckbourn, fastidious Barbara’s orderly, but solitary world is thrown into chaos when the

One Day, Somewhere: New Landscape Exhibit in Ridgefield

Watershed Gallery’s exhibit, “One Day, Somewhere,” features artwork from local and national artists, and will run until September 14, 2014. “This show features four artists’ unique perspectives on the

Artists Against Violence At City Lights

City Lights hosts its second “Make ART Not WAR, Artists Against Violence,” exhibit which runs thru September 21.  The theme “Make ART Not WAR” is  a strong exhibit of visual and projected art. This is