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Behind The Scenes of Macy's Iconic Holiday Window Display

It's an unseasonably warm November day in New York. The sky is a resplendent blue and folks strolling past Macy's in Herald Square seem to be walking a bit slower than usual — to get a peek at the retailer's holiday window display in its final stages of completion. Inside, oblivious to both the...

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  • Hartford Harvest Festival

    Hartford Harvest Festival

    KNOX, Inc. in Hartford hosted its 6th Hartford Harvest Festival Saturday afternoon, Nov. 19, at it Laurel Street greenhouse. Dozens of artisans and vendors sold their goods to the community amid live music, food trucks, and a petting zoo.  

  • Connecticut International Auto Show

    Connecticut International Auto Show

    People from across the state gathered this weekend at the Connecticut  Convention Center in Hartford  for the International Auto Show.

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  • Real Art Ways Expands On Concept Of Found Objects

    Real Art Ways Expands On Concept Of Found Objects

    A new set of exhibits at Real Art Ways in Hartford demonstrate various permutations on the concept of "found object art." The object Scott Schuldt found was a cabin in the North Cascades near the Stillaguamish River in Washington state. His friends called it a prospector's cabin. Schuldt suspected...

      • Text Enhances Photography Exhibit At Lyman Allyn

        Text Enhances Photography Exhibit At Lyman Allyn

        A photograph by Carrie Mae Weems hangs on the wall at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London. It shows an African American man smoking, having a drink, staring at a tape recorder with a weary look. On its own, the photo asks a lot of questions: What is he listening to? Why does he look so downcast?...

        • Beatles Collectors Lend Artifacts For 'Magical History Tour' At Foxwoods

          Beatles Collectors Lend Artifacts For 'Magical History Tour' At Foxwoods

          The new exhibit at Foxwoods Resort Casino of Beatles memorabilia, "The Magical History Tour," begins chronologically before the Beatles existed, when John Lennon was playing in his first band, The Quarrymen, and ends when the Beatles were just a memory and the Fab Four had moved on to other musical...

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            • Winter Holiday Happenings 2016

              Winter Holiday Happenings 2016

              It's the hap-happiest time of year, the season with no shortage of entertainment to put you in the holiday spirit. So here's a list, our gift to you, of the joys ahead. Music Nekita Walker and Tuba Christmas: Dec. 2, 5:30 p.m. at New Britain Museum of American Art. Christmas concert performed by...

            • 'Nutcracker Suite & Spicy' At Atheneum Owes Its Magic To An Angel

              'Nutcracker Suite & Spicy' At Atheneum Owes Its Magic To An Angel

              "Nutcracker Suite & Spicy," a modern-day adaptation of the classic Tchaikovsky ballet, will give its seventh annual presentation Dec. 9 to 11 in Hartford. But it never would have made it past its first year in 2009 if not for a mysterious occurrence that Carolyn Paine, who created the event, referred...

            • 'Nutcracker' Claras Grow Up To Be Rockettes

              'Nutcracker' Claras Grow Up To Be Rockettes

              Megan Levinson had one wish when she turned 12. She was already starring onstage as Clara in the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular," but she wanted more. "I blew out my candles and I said, 'I hope I grow tall enough to be a Rockette,'" she recalled. Wish granted. Levinson, of North Caldwell, N.J.,...

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                • 'Other People's Money' At Long Wharf Funny, But More Realistic

                  'Other People's Money' At Long Wharf Funny, But More Realistic

                  In 1928, Antonin Artaud, creator of the "Theater of Cruelty" movement showed his distaste for the French writer and diplomat Paul Claudel by staging one of his plays as a devastating lampoon, with Artaud denouncing the writer onstage as "an infamous traitor." That's one way of reassessing a script...

                • A Gift List For New Homeowners

                  A Gift List For New Homeowners

                  There's no place like home for the holidays — especially for first time homeowners. But owning your own abode calls for a sleighful of practical items to keep things in good working order. "When you've never owned a home before, there are many things you never realized you'll need," says Stephen...

                • "Endgame" Cast Finalized For Long Wharf; "Buyer and Cellar" and "Hairspray" on TV

                  "Endgame" Cast Finalized For Long Wharf; "Buyer and Cellar" and "Hairspray" on TV

                  Long Wharf Theatre has announced the rest of the cast for the eagerly awaited production of Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," which plays the theater's Stage II space Jan. 5 through Feb. 5. Besides the already announced Brian Dennehy as Hamm and Reg E. Cathey as Clov, the show features Joe Grifasi as...

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                • Save With Mid-Week Discounts At New England Resorts

                  Save With Mid-Week Discounts At New England Resorts

                  Winter sports are just a few snowfalls away and resorts are gearing up for the season. The Old Farmer's Almanac predicts some New England areas will experience more snow and colder temperatures this year than last, which means ski areas will be offering plenty of deals to lure folks back to the...

                • Vermont Ski Resorts Add Recreation Options To Broaden Appeal

                  Vermont Ski Resorts Add Recreation Options To Broaden Appeal

                  Vermont ski resorts say they no longer panic at the prospect of mild, snowless winters thanks to other winter sports and activities many have added to broaden their appeal. Many of these destinations have diversified. From ice skating to snow cat adventures to water parks, northern resorts offer...

                • Where To Ski In The Berkshires

                  Where To Ski In The Berkshires

                  You don't have to travel far for a satisfying skiing or snowboarding experience. The Berkshires, close to Connecticut, is home to several downhill ski areas that boast new amenities and a throwback feel. And after a nearly snowless winter last year, the ski areas are preparing for a great season....

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