Fairfield County treat makers to take part in NYC chocolate show

A job done well is certainly its own reward, but when you work in the chocolate industry it seems the reward can be a bit more sweeter. For the second year in a row, Noteworthy Chocolates of Bethel

Holiday fair flavored with Russian, Ukrainian fashion and art

In this season of holiday fairs and markets, another is set to open this weekend in Greenwich. The third annual Russian-Ukrainian charity art and fashion fair will raise funds for women and

Avant-garde opera inspires panel talk by Stamford’s Franklin Street Works

More than 20 years ago, when talk shows such as “Maury,” “The Jerry Springer Show” and “The Steve Wilkos Show,” were in their infancy, or just a twinkle in a producer’s eye, composer Mikel Rouse was

Stephen Colbert’s new book, ‘Midnight Confessions,’ features Fairfield illustrator’s artwork

Spread before Sean Kelly are dozens of sketches and drawings, 3-by-5 index cards, envelopes doubling as sketchpads and a red binder filled with the musings of one of late night’s popular hosts. It was

Eric Jacobsen: Coming Aug. 6 in Hearst’s arts & culture “S” section

Want to know why Eric Jacobsen is considered a major player on today’s classical music scene? Freelance feature writer Joel Lang will explain it all to you on Sunday, Aug. 6. An “At Home” profile of

Former Tower of Power frontman, Old School Revue and Saugatuck Horns to perform at the Levitt Pavilion

It took five decades to produce it, but some local musicians are planning to only take about two hours to honor it. Old School Revue will come together with former Tower of Power lead singer Tom Bowes

Westport Country Playhouse gives flight to ‘Grounded’

Since its debut in 2013, George Brant’s “Grounded” has rarely been just that. This one-woman play has risen from more than 100 stages around the world, including a recent off-Broadway production

Bridgeport’s Downtown Thursday Concert Series announced

This just in from the I Luv Bpt team, and the public “invitation” is printed in its entirety; it begins next Thursday, July 13, with a Latin Night at the Ballpark at Harbor Yard. The series concludes