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  • 'Gentleman's Guide' Comes Home For Brief Bushnell Run

    'Gentleman's Guide' Comes Home For Brief Bushnell Run

    For those of you of weaker constitution / For those of you who may be faint of heart / This is a tale of revenge and retribution / So if you're smart / Before we start / You'd best depart / You'd best depart —"A Warning to the Audience," from "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" It's a show...

  • Scenes Of Autumn: Alternatives To A Drive In The Country

    Scenes Of Autumn: Alternatives To A Drive In The Country

    Grab a pumpkin spice latte and get outside. Days are cool, apples are ready to be picked, corn mazes are open and leaves are turning brilliant colors. Call it payoff for suffering through one of the hottest summers on record. Connecticut is experiencing a picture-perfect foliage season, according...

  • Fabolous, Jadakiss At The Dome

    Fabolous, Jadakiss At The Dome

    New York rapper Fabolous has been releasing hip-hop records since 2001. And Jadakiss (pictured), also from the New York City area, and also on this tour, has been making hip-hop records since pretty much the same time. They're seasoned veterans, basically. Fabolous has branched out into a little...

    • Matt Mitchell Quartet At Firehouse 12

      Matt Mitchell Quartet At Firehouse 12

      In addition to being a bandleader, pianist and composer Matt Mitchell is a versatile and highly engaged sideman and collaborator, having worked with saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa, Tim Berne, John Hollenbeck, Chris Speed, Tyshawn Sorey, John Zorn and dozens of others whose music explores composition...

      • Railroad Earth At College Street Music Hall

        There's a loose snap to the rootsy jams of Railroad Earth. The band is from New Jersey, but sound like it has picked up some riffs from New Orleans and Kentucky over the years. Songs about rambling, hard living and wayward American transcendence make sense from a band named after a Jack Kerouac...

        • Wailers At Infinity Hall

          Wailers At Infinity Hall

          Bob Marley is dead. And so is Peter Tosh. And Bunny Wailer, the one surviving singer from the original Wailers vocal trio, isn't on this tour, but don't let that stop you from enjoying this impeccably re-created classic roots reggae. After all, Marley held onto the Wailers name for his righteous...