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  • Kanye West is brilliant

    Kanye West is brilliant
    I am a god/hurry up with my damn massage — Kanye West Kanye West grew up in Chicago, the son of an English professor at Chicago State University. He briefly attended the American Academy of Art on Michigan Avenue, then left town to become a top-...
  • Team behind Tony Awards to produce Kennedy Center Honors

    Producers who have created the Tony Awards show for the past 12 years will be given a "clean slate" and a mandate to update the "Kennedy Center Honors," marking a new direction for the CBS broadcast for the first time in nearly four decades. The John F....
  • Images of Muhammad and a Texas cartoon show's sketchy purpose

    Images of Muhammad and a Texas cartoon show's sketchy purpose
    Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which organized the Muhammad Art Exhibit & Contest near Dallas that led to a fatal shooting Sunday, is a staunch supporter of the cherished American freedom to do something stupid. The...
  • Riverfront Festival Offering Free Art-Making Boat Rides

    Riverfront Festival Offering Free Art-Making Boat Rides
    A festival will be held Saturday, May 9, at Harbor Park in Middletown with music, crafts, art, food and other family-friendly attractions. A map of the festival grounds shows 19 different events taking place beside the Connecticut River, and one...
  • Taking a break from Expo among Milan's cultural draws

    Milan is used to being the center of attention, albeit in brief spurts. The fashion crowd blows through here four times a year for seasonal shows. The city is the site of one of the world's premier design fairs each April. The rest of the year it is the...
  • Chris Burden's 'The Other Vietnam Memorial' is an unsentimental reminder of the war

    Chris Burden's 'The Other Vietnam Memorial' is an unsentimental reminder of the war
    In 1992, columnist Christopher Knight commented on Chris Burden's "The Other Vietnam Memorial" and the critical reaction to the piece in the art community. No sculpture in recent memory has demonstrated as keen and disturbing an artistic intelligence as...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Democratic candidates sought COLCHESTER - The Colchester Democratic Town Committee is seeking candidates who are registered Democrats to fill positions on the Democratic ticket for the November 3 election. Interested candidates should contact Michelle...
  • First Sunday at Mill Works features art, music, history and more

    The Gardiner Hall, Jr., Company was an innovator of new ideas and a pillar in the South Willington community for nearly a 150 years, from 1860 to 1954. Now, owner Tom Buccino and the Friends of Mill Works, a non-profit organization, are planning on...
  • IsraelFest set for May 17

    IsraelFest set for May 17
    IsraelFest is coming. On Sunday, May 17, starting at 3 p.m., IsraelFest will take place in the Mizner Park Amphitheater (590 Plaza Real) in east Boca Raton. IsraelFest is the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County's huge, free, community-wide...
  • Feminist Self Portraits At Photosynthesis

    Feminist Self Portraits At Photosynthesis
    American culture celebrates and idolizes youth. When people, especially women, pass through youth, they tend to become invisible, to fade into the background. But not Jessica Somers. She's a phoenix, rising from the ashes to fully embrace her personhood...
  • Connecticut Has A New Director Of Culture

    Connecticut Has A New Director Of Culture
    Kristina Newman-Scott, Hartford's marketing, events and cultural affairs director, is now Connecticut's new director of culture. She succeeds Christopher "Kip" Bergstrom, executive director of the Commission on Culture and Tourism, who had a broader job...