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10 New & Noteworthy Pizzerias In Connecticut

The pizza scene keeps growing in Connecticut, already an established destination for great pies. For National Pizza Month, we're taking a look at 10 new and noteworthy spots (in no particular order) in greater Hartford and New Haven that have opened in 2016 and 2017. Vaughan's Pies and Pints The...

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  • New York Comic Con 2017

    New York Comic Con 2017

    Thousands of comic book fans from across the United States gathered to trade collectibles, meet artists, and cosplay as their favorite heroes and villains at this weekend's New York Comic Con  at the Javits Center in New York City.

  • Powder Ridge Oktoberfest

    Powder Ridge Oktoberfest

    Hundreds attended the annual Powder Ridge Park Oktoberfest at the base of the ski slopes Saturday, Oct. 7, to sample brews from more than 30 breweries and enjoy live music, food and games. 

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  • Our Lady Of Fatima Film Series In Bloomfield

    Our Lady Of Fatima Film Series In Bloomfield

    The Archbishop O'Brien Library in Bloomfield, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Miracle of Our Lady of Fátima with a two-film series about that historic event. From May to October in 1917, on the 13th day of each month, three peasant children in Fátima, Portugal — Lúcia Santos and her...

    • Luis Buñuel's 'Diary Of A Chambermaid' At Cinestudio

      Luis Buñuel's 'Diary Of A Chambermaid' At Cinestudio

      Spanish cinematic surrealist Luis Buñuel was known for putting off-beat imagery and illogical situations in his films. "Diary Of A Chambermaid" was somewhat of an exception. The 1964 dramatization of the rise of fascism in France was cynical and pessimistic, with few sympathetic characters, but...

      • French Film Festival At Connecticut College In New London

        French Film Festival At Connecticut College In New London

        Connecticut College, 270 Mohegan Ave. in New London, is hosting a Contemporary French Film Festival from Oct. 23 to 27, with screenings of six new and classic films from France. All screenings are in Blaustein Humanities Center, Room 210 and are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Admission is free...

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        • RetroWorld Expo: Vintage Video Games Return To Hartford

          RetroWorld Expo: Vintage Video Games Return To Hartford

          Kris Krohn was 5 years old when the original Nintendo came out in 1985. "I remember it like it was yesterday. I played everything," says Krohn, who is now 36. Video games became his life. In May 1990, a semifinal round of the Nintendo World Championships was held in the Hartford Civic Center. Krohn...

        • Stage Checklist: C.S. Lewis, 'Doubt' And 'Star Of The Sea'

          Stage Checklist: C.S. Lewis, 'Doubt' And 'Star Of The Sea'

          C.S. Lewis' series of stories about the enchanted land of Narnia began with "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe." Four kids climb into some furniture and emerge in a magical realm where they meet Father Christmas, Tumnus the faun, Jadis the White Witch, a unicorn, a talking wolf, married beavers,...

        • Fall Fun That Has Nothing To Do With Halloween

          Fall Fun That Has Nothing To Do With Halloween

          Garlic and Harvest Festival: Oct. 7 and 8. Bethlehem Fairgrounds, entrance at 304 Route 61 (Main Street North). 200 plus vendors with a "garlic theme." Cooking demos, live music, garlic themed food court and specialty food vendors with free samples. Rides and games for kids. Saturday and Sunday,...

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            • A Lively, Smart 'Enemy Of The People' At Yale Rep

              A Lively, Smart 'Enemy Of The People' At Yale Rep

              You can't do "An Enemy of the People" without people. The new Yale Repertory Theatre production, running through Oct. 28, gives a vulnerable, lively human voice to a tale of moral and social conflict that all too often is done with stultifying sobriety. There's nothing dry or stuffy or cold about...

            • 'The Wolves' At TheaterWorks Fascinating, Engrossing

              'The Wolves' At TheaterWorks Fascinating, Engrossing

              "The Wolves," having its Connecticut premiere at TheaterWorks through Nov. 5, is a different sort of play. This is not just for the obvious reason that most of it consists of nine female teenagers talking about their lives. As any high school theater program can tell you, there just aren't enough...

            • Stage Checklist: 'School Of Rock' At Bushnell, 'Seder' At Hartford Stage

              Stage Checklist: 'School Of Rock' At Bushnell, 'Seder' At Hartford Stage

              The national tour of "The School of Rock" is so new that there aren't photos of it yet. The show, based on the 2003 Jack Black movie, has been running for nearly two years on Broadway and for more than a year in London (which is where this photo's from). The U.S. tour, which began three weeks ago...

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            • The Enduring Legacy Of Lizzy Borden: The Curious Continue To Flock To Fall River

              The Enduring Legacy Of Lizzy Borden: The Curious Continue To Flock To Fall River

              Most everyone has heard some version of the old nursery rhyme that has Lizzie Borden giving her mother "40 whacks" with an ax, and her father, one more than that. Much like the real-life case itself, it's withstood the test of time. Whether it's because the murders of Andrew and Abby Borden were...

            • Disney's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party A Grand, Spooky Affair

              Disney's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party A Grand, Spooky Affair

              It's quarter past 9 and a voice cuts through the darkness, issuing an ominous warning. With a glowing pumpkin to light the way, he's lurking to find his perfect prey. He's the bringer of Halloween fear. Beware, the Headless Horseman is here! A hush falls over the throngs of expectant people lining...

            • 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...

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