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Carolyn Mueller

Prep your audition pieces for MAR!

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Did you miss your chance to audition for a role in one of the shows being put on by Musicals at Richter this year? You still have a shot to audition for a role in “Anything Goes” or “The Wizard of Oz,” but you better start preparing now – auditions will be at the Melrose […] [Read More]
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Drummers convening in Danbury this month

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The United States Association of Rudimental Drummers will hold its 5th Annual Convention at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Danbury from Friday, April 25 to Sunday, April 27, 2014. Most of the drumming performances and demonstrations will take place on Saturday. Connecticut performers will include the Danbury Drum Corps, performing the National Anthem; The Bunnel […] [Read More]
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Bethel HS senior finalist in scholarship contest; needs your votes!

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Austin Allaby, of Bethel, is one of the 24 finalists in Church Hill Classics 6th annual Frame My Future scholarship contest. But in order to win one of the five $1,000 scholarships, he needs votes from the public. The nationwide Frame My Future Scholarship Contest 2014 asked students to submit an original creation expressing what […] [Read More]
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14 voices to sing favorites in Danbury

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The Danbury Music Centre will present The Connecticut Choral Society Chamber Singers, a 14-voice group, in a recital of folk songs, madrigals, spirituals, and sentimental favorites. The recital will take place at the in the Marian Anderson Recital Hall at Danbury Music Centre, 256 Main St., Danbury, on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at 8 p.m. […] [Read More]
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Frampton, Moody Blues coming to Danbury this summer

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The announcement of Ives Concert Park’s  partnership with Live Nation included two dates for this summer: Peter Frampton on Saturday, July 5, and The Moody Blues on Sunday, Aug. 17. It’s a great way to tease local concert-goers for the rest of the season’s shows, which will be “announced shortly.” Ives Concert Park has been […] [Read More]
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Green Energy lecture offered in Danbury

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Western Connecticut State University will host a lecture by solar power specialist Dru Bacon about solar and wind energy conversion in Science Building Room 125 on the university’s Midtown campus in Danbury, Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. The public lecture, sponsored by the WCSU Goodall Center for Excellence in Environmental Studies, will focus on […] [Read More]
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Small biz series offered at Danbury Library

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The Danbury Library, SCORE, CityCenter Danbury, Savings Bank of Danbury, CityCenter Danbury, Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce, Cultural Alliance of Western CT, Danbury Hackerspace, and the City of Danbury’s Office of Economic Development have teamed up to offer a third series of workshops for those who are small business owners and those thinking about starting […] [Read More]
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Help U.S. troops with Adopt-A-Soldier in Danbury

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A benefit for Operation Adopt-A-Soldier will be at the Crowne Plaza, 18 Old Ridgebury Road in Danbury, Saturday, March 29 from noon to 3 p.m. Enjoy the day and help U.S. soldiers at the same time! The admission fees will go to the postage for mailing care packages to U.S. soldiers deployed in Afghanistan. The […] [Read More]
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Dottie DeLuca in her dancing days as a Rockette.

Will Barry Weiss find treasure in West Redding?

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Dottie Earle-DeLuca of West Redding and her store, Fleur De Lis Antiques and Design, will make an appearance in Barry Weiss’ new show,  “Barry’d Treasure,” a spin-off of the popular show “Storage Wars.” The new show is scheduled to premiere tonight, (Tuesday March 18) on A&E at 10 p.m., following two back-to-back episodes of “Storage […] [Read More]
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Donate books in Danbury on Saturday

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The Friends of the Danbury Public Library will hold a book donation drop off at 30 Main St. in Danbury on Saturday, March 15 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. This collection site is at The Executive Tower building, just half a mile south of the library, with  Newtown Savings Bank on the ground floor. […] [Read More]
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