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  • READER SUBMITTED: "The Fabric Of Time" Has History Covered

    On May 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Simsbury Historical Society will host an event celebrating the significance of fiber arts in America. "The Fabric of Time" offers real-life illustrations of the story of important household industries including quilting,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Art showing includes collectible plates featuring Eric Sloane images

    Dickens Books & Art, Bantam, announces an exhibition of fine art, prints, and collectible porcelains from the collection of Jeff Peterson. The works of art are on display from now through May 24. There will be a opening reception on Sunday, April 27...
  • Wine, beer and food festivals crowd the spring calendar

    Spring brings warm weather and the opportunity to enjoy the many wine, beer and food festivals that Hampton Roads has to offer. Many feature Virginia-made products, but others offer foods and drink from around the world. Here's a list to mark on your...
  • Keeping Handspring Puppet Company's creations in good repair

    Keeping Handspring Puppet Company's creations in good repair
    Oberon lost his thumb while in Los Angeles. With no warning, pop — it just fell off. Such are the dangers when you're a character in the Bristol Old Vic's latest production with the Handspring Puppet Company. The collaboration that turned skeletal...
  • Housatonic Faculty Show In Bridgeport

    Housatonic Faculty Show In Bridgeport
    The arts faculty at Housatonic Community College is hosting its annual show, “(A)Muse,” now through April 25 in the Burt Chernow Galleries of the Housatonic Museum of Art, 900 Lafayette Blvd. in Bridgeport. This is by Tom Brenner. Details:...
  • Philip C. Cooper

    Philip C. Cooper
    Philip C. Cooper, a retired design executive who had been president of a New York fabric and furniture house, ended his life in Baltimore on April 3. He was 78 and had lived on Mount Royal Avenue. Born in Denton, he was the son of Gail F. Cooper, a...
  • The off side of Berlin

    The off side of Berlin
    BERLIN — My husband, Alan, and I were on our way from L.A. to Budapest, Hungary — our first trip to Eastern Europe. We had to change planes somewhere, and that somewhere happened to be Berlin, a frequent hub for travel to Northern and...
  • MDE faulted for lead-paint follow-up

    MDE faulted for lead-paint follow-up
    The Maryland Department of the Environment has not followed up on at least 900 rental housing units with hazardous lead paint whose owners failed to maintain annual registration with the agency, state auditors have found. In a letter this week to a joint...
  • Plan To Reshape Gold Street Riles Church, Condo Owners

    Plan To Reshape Gold Street Riles Church, Condo Owners
    HARTFORD — Gold Street forms a gentle, S-shaped ribbon of no more than a tenth of a mile between Main Street and Bushnell Park, past Carl Andre's Stone Field Sculpture and the gate to the final resting place of the city's founders. Now, Hartford...
  • Individual portraits capture a community

    Individual portraits capture a community
    They came as they were — in sandals, without makeup, their hair a bit askew. A little girl with her plastic doll. A mother of one with her pregnant belly. A cowboy with wild horses galloping on his shirt. It was picture day on the Eastside not...
  • Lehigh Valley Call Board

    CROWDED KITCHEN PLAYERS AUDITIONS Men and women, ages 20 and older, are needed for the Crowded Kitchen Players' production of "Too Clever By Half." Auditions will be 7-8:30 p.m. Monday at McCoole's Arts and Events Place, 10 S. Main St., Quakertown....