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Shake Shack To Open In West Hartford April 27

Shake Shack will open in West Hartford’s Corbin’s Corner development on April 27 at 11 a.m., the company announced Thursday. This is the fourth Shake Shack in Connecticut and the first in Hartford County, joining locations in Darien, New Haven and Westport. The restaurant chain, which started in...

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  • Greenhouse Beer Festival

    Greenhouse Beer Festival

    Michael's Greenhouses and Mikro Beer Bar of Hamden hosted the 4th annual Greenhouse Beer Festival charity event Sunday, April 8, at Michael's Greenhouses in Cheshire. The event featured samplings of local craft beers, live music, and food trucks. All proceeds go to to Smilow Cancer Hospital Closer...

  • Glastonbury Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs

    Glastonbury Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs

    A plethora of puppers participated in Glastonbury's annual Easter Egg Hunt for dogs on Saturday,April 7. The doggos frolicked in the field at Riverfront Park and collected Easter eggs full of treats and prizes.

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  • 'Priscilla Queen Of The Desert' At Downtown Cabaret

    'Priscilla Queen Of The Desert' At Downtown Cabaret

    It was inevitable that the 1994 Australian movie “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” would become a musical. It contains all the ingredients necessary for modern musical theater, including drag queens and a love of Abba. The musical version was concocted in Australia in 2006, ran...

  • Steve Martin's 'Bright Star' Stops For Four Days At The Shubert

    Steve Martin's 'Bright Star' Stops For Four Days At The Shubert

    Connecticut has heard quite a lot from Steve Martin in recent years. His play “Meteor Shower” premiered at the Long Wharf Theatre before it was done (with a different cast and director) on Broadway. Martin himself performed this year at The Bushnell with his old friend Martin Short. Now the national...

  • A Quirky, Unpredictable 'The Revisionist' At Playhouse On Park

    A Quirky, Unpredictable 'The Revisionist' At Playhouse On Park

    ‘The Revisionist,” I’m sure it has been said, could benefit from some revising. It’s not that Jesse Eisenberg shouldn’t be writing plays — he had oodles of stage experience before he became a film star, and as a writer he’s published some bright comic essays in “McSweeney’s” and “The New Yorker.”...

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  • When It's All About The Hotel, Not The Destination

    When It's All About The Hotel, Not The Destination

    For many travelers, hotels are nothing more than a generic place to sleep and store their luggage while they spend their days exploring exotic locales. In some cases, however, the accommodations steal the show. From doing jail time to sleeping in a treehouse, these unique hotels and inns from New...

  • Walking in Memphis, visitors retrace Martin Luther King Jr.'s footsteps

    Walking In Memphis, Visitors Retrace MLK's Steps

    Shortly after noon, as Sunday services at Memphis’ abundant churches conclude, another gathering of the faithful is getting underway at a restaurant popular for its soul food.

  • Why Delray? A Beautiful Beach And A Bustling Avenue

    Why Delray? A Beautiful Beach And A Bustling Avenue

    In the 1980s Delray Beach was sadly saddled with the nickname “Dullray Beach,” reflective of a reputation as a dowdy, rundown Palm Beach County ocean side Florida town full of vacant buildings, high crime, racial tension, dysfunctional politics and a crumbling infrastructure. The list of problems...

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