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A Charming, Comical Outdoor Production Of 'Love's Labour's Lost'

The show: The Elm Shakespeare Company presents a free outdoor show of “Love's Labour’s Lost” — a rarely produced early Shakespeare play — through Sept. 2 in Edgerton Park. First impressions: Linguistic razzmatazz and poetry rather than narrative strength is the thing. This playful mating dance...

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  • Paint The City Murals Popping Up All Over Hartford

    Paint The City Murals Popping Up All Over Hartford

    Colorful murals are popping up all over Hartford: a huge image of a toothy-smiled little kid on a community center, a painted collage of city leaders on the side of a school, two mysterious women facing each other on the doors of a homeless shelter, an indigenous musician on a building facade in...

      • American Civil War Art At Irish Hunger Museum

        American Civil War Art At Irish Hunger Museum

        The Great Famine in Ireland, which lasted from 1845 to 1849, brought hundreds of thousands of Irishmen, women and children to the United States. When they arrived, they faced discrimination for both their nationality and religion. When the American Civil War broke out a few years later, it gave...

          • Playful, Subtly Political SAMESEX LGBT Exhibit At City Lights

            Playful, Subtly Political SAMESEX LGBT Exhibit At City Lights

            The state’s most LGBT-friendly art space is City Lights in Bridgeport. For eight years, the gallery has dedicated the summer to the exhibit “SAMESEX.” In previous years, artworks have reflected outrage – denial of rights, refusal of services such as the wedding-cake controversy – and sorrow, as...

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