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Hartford Actress Part Of LGBT Film Fest's Spotlight On Trans Issues

A few years back, the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival was renamed the Connecticut LGBT Film Festival. This year, the “T” in LGBT is placed front and center. The 31st annual Hartford film series runs June 1 to 9 at Cinestudio, the Wadsworth Atheneum, Real Art Ways and Spotlight Theatres...

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  • Viking Artifacts, Vinland Map On Display At Mystic Seaport

    Viking Artifacts, Vinland Map On Display At Mystic Seaport

    Lesson No. 1: Viking warriors didn’t wear horned helmets. “Viking helmets with horns date to the end of the 19th century, with Wagner operas,” says Nicholas Bell, senior vice president for curatorial affairs at Mystic Seaport Museum. “People in general are fascinated by Vikings, there is a romance...

      • World-Traveling Dog Named Pastrami Lands At Hartford Library

        World-Traveling Dog Named Pastrami Lands At Hartford Library

        Monroe Warshaw loves travel, history and his dog, a gentle and sweet-faced golden retriever named Pastrami. Warshaw, a New York-based dealer in Old Master drawings, takes Pastrami with him on his journeys around the world. He poses Pastrami in front of sites of historical interest, puts a historically...

          • Mixed Media 'Linguistics Beheld' At Hartford Library

            Mixed Media 'Linguistics Beheld' At Hartford Library

            Every construction site needs a guy like Adam Viens. Mounds of detritus pile up on these sites. Most people see them as useless junk to be tossed in a dumpster and hauled away. Viens, who works on construction sites, sees them, thinks they are beautiful, takes them home and makes art out of them....

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