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Renditions of Real or Imagined Places

The Stamford Art Association presents the exhibit “Far Away Places,” on view through August 21 at the gallery on Franklin Street in Stamford, located around corner from the UCONN Stamford Campus.  The

Music on the Hill hosts a series of four Summer Sings on Tuesday evenings in August.  The Summer Chorus brings together choral singers from many towns, churches, and community choirs to perform a

August Maker In Residence: Story Design Lab

Alex Larsen and other members of family-run Larsen Toy Lab in Westport will run workshops at the Westport Library on August 4th to guide kids age 5-8 through the process of creating stories, hero

Paintings That Are Ripe With Color For The Summer!

Mary Elizabeth Peterson is one of those color-loving artists — and is showing her color-infused style in an exhibit of 20 whimsical, abstract paintings on view through September 1st at Troy Fine Arts

Opening Reception, Silvermine Guild Group Show And Baltimore Contemporary

Process and materiality are at the center of a new dual exhibition at the Silvermine Arts Center, curated by Deana Haggag and Ginevra Shay of The Contemporary Baltimore. The curators bring a

Hey, Hey, Hey It’s The Monkees’ Lead Singer!

Micky is known to the world as a Director, Author, Television Actor, Broadway Star, and most recognizably, as the drummer and lead singer of the legendary 60’s group, The Monkees. And Micky comes to

Westport Country Playhouse Stages “Nora,” an Adaptation of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”

Westport Country Playhouse stages the sexy and suspenseful story of love, lies and blackmail, “Nora,” July 15-Aug. 2, adapted by Academy Award-winning director/writer Ingmar Bergman from Henrik

This Weekend Is The 54th Year of An Incredible Book Sale

The Pequot Library, located in Southport, has put together it’s 54th Annual Summer Book Sale, happening all weekend long.  Some say this is the best book sale in all of New England.  And with over