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  • Our Picks: 3 Film Events in Hartford

    Our Picks: 3 Film Events in Hartford
    1) Second Trinity Film Festival, Cinestudio, 300 Summit St., Hartford, (860) 297-2463. Sat., May. 4, cinestudio.org. 2) Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 600 Main St., Hartford, (860) 278-2670. Documentary...
  • Dina Silva Named Director Of Development At Hartford's TheaterWorks

    Hartford’s TheaterWorks has its first full-time development director Dina Silva has more than 10 years experience ten years of fundraising experience, previously working a development manager at both the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art and the...
  • A Second Suitor: Brewery Interested In Hartford Times Building

    A Second Suitor: Brewery Interested In Hartford Times Building
    In the dozen years that the landmark Hartford Times building has stood vacant, there has been only one serious proposal to redevelop the property. And that one didn't work out. Now, in the space of a few months, there are two more. The Thomas Hooker...
  • Some of the State's Best Singer-Songwriters Join Forces For a Performance on May 18

    Some of the State's Best Singer-Songwriters Join Forces For a Performance on May 18
    CT.com Presents: An Evening with DAS Musicians May 18, 7:30 p.m. doors, $10, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 600 Main St., Hartford, thewadsworth.org.   Last year's Connecticut Music Awards was the kind of unifying event the state's fragmented...
  • William Hooker Interprets a Classic Oscar Micheaux Film in New Britain

    William Hooker Interprets a Classic Oscar Micheaux Film in New Britain
    The Symbol of the Unconquered Silent Film Screening w/live accompaniment by William Hooker, May 24, 7:30 p.m., Q&A to follow, $5-$12, Trinity-on-Main, 69 Main St., New Britain, (860) 229-2072, trinityonmain.org   Drummer William Hooker's...
  • 'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide

    'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide
    The photographer Edward Burtynsky demands your full attention. The only way to give him his due is to see his work exactly as it appears in "Artificial Wilderness," an exhibition on view through Jan. 4, 2014, at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Though 13 other...
  • Adam Rudolph's Go: Organic Orchestra Explores the Richness of the Moment

    Adam Rudolph's Go: Organic Orchestra Explores the Richness of the Moment
    What happens when you jam a 30-piece orchestra in a room together without any conventional notation to play from? Will you get music, or do you have a potential Lord of the Flies situation on your hands? Those questions dissolve if composer/conductor/...
  • Loving Living Where There's So Much Going On

    What brought me to Hartford in 2009 was my desire to do more … with the community, my career, socially … just more. What I found was that "Hartford Has It" all! In Hartford, I found an amazing group of young professionals called HYPE...
  • Malloy Fund-Raising Machine In High Gear

    If you are a lobbyist or the client of one, watch for a consumer alert warning of a political fundraising shakedown. You may get squeezed for as much as $100,000. The squeezer is one-time campaign finance reformer Democratic and Working Families Gov....
  • Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires Return to Hartford on August 4

    Singer-songwriters (and roots-music power couple) Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires will play Hartford's Arch Street Tavern on August 4, according to Manic Productions. Isbell, a former member of the Drive-By Truckers and the focus of a recent, lengthy New...
  • Revisiting Downtown Hartford's Lost Architectural Treasures

    In 1990, a local Hartford bank reassured city leaders that plans for an office tower at the corner of Main and Asylum streets were real and the 45-story edifice would be built. Just one thing stood in the way: the 78-year-old Hartford-Aetna Building, the...