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  • December's First Weekend Has Slew of Seasonal Choices For Connecticut

    December's First Weekend Has Slew of Seasonal Choices For Connecticut
    A new month and that means new weekend opportunities for Hartford and beyond  holiday events and more begin to fill up the calendar.   There is no more cherished holiday tradition in Hartford than the Wadsworth Atheneum’s Festival of Trees and...
  • Crime Reporter To Talk At New Jewish Book Festival

    Crime Reporter To Talk At New Jewish Book Festival
    Hank Phillippi Ryan knows news, and she knows crime. As a longtime investigative reporter for Channel 7 news, the NBC affiliate in Boston, she has won 32 EMMYs, 12 Edward R. Murrow awards and many other honors. Ryan also is an author of award-winning...
  • Coltsville Finally A National Historic Park

    The sausage-making was a little unorthodox, but after two decades of work, Coltsville will become a National Historic Park. The measure was part of a $577 million defense authorization package passed by the Senate on Friday. President Obama has said...
  • Connecticut's Nicknames Evidence Of Early Inventive Spirit: A Chronology

    Connecticut's Nicknames Evidence Of Early Inventive Spirit: A Chronology
    Connecticut started with an innovation, called the "Constitution State" because it formed a formal government with what some say is the first ever such charter – the Fundamental Orders – in the late 1630s. As the "Provision State," it...
  • Talbott Retiring As Director, CEO Of Wadsworth Atheneum

    HARTFORD — Susan Lubowsky Talbott, who has been director and chief executive officer of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art since 2008, will announce her retirement Friday, Talbott told The Courant. Talbott will stay in the position until the...
  • First Night Hartford: Starting 2015 With Magic, Flying High

    First Night Hartford: Starting 2015 With Magic, Flying High
    Both David Reed-Brown and Robin Lynch knew what they wanted to do with their lives when they were very young. Lynch was found dangling from her crib as a baby, the beginning of a lifelong love of aerial stunts. Reed-Brown did magic shows starting at age...
  • Documentary On Legendary, Unfinished Barcelona Church At Wadsworth

    Documentary On Legendary, Unfinished Barcelona Church At Wadsworth
    The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is one of the world's most legendary churches. Iconoclastic, and deeply religious, architect Antoni Gaudí designed the church. Construction began in 1882. At the time of Gaudí's death in 1926, it was unifinished, and it is...
  • Author Lucy Ferriss To Talk About 'A Sister To Honor'

    Author Lucy Ferriss To Talk About 'A Sister To Honor'
    Make your reservations now to hear Lucy Ferriss, who teaches at Trinity College in Hartford, talk about her latest novel, "A Sister To Honor" (Berkley Trade Paperback Original, $16) at a free Authors Live! event on Jan. 11 at 2 p.m. at West Hartford...
  • Best Bets in Greater Hartford for January

    You've had your fill of holiday movies, turkey dinners and, yes, even chocolate. It's time to feed your soul on something satisfying and different. January offers plenty of choices. Daniels Band "Dumb & Dumber To"? Try strum & strummer six. Jeff...
  • 'Shop Around the Corner' At Atheneum

    'Shop Around the Corner' At Atheneum
    James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan star in Ernst Lubitsch’s 1940 holiday romantic comedy “The Shop Around the Corner,” a story of coworkers who hate each other but are falling in love as pen pals. It will be shown on Thursday, Dec. 4,...
  • Hartford's Vaudeville Star Sophie Tucker Subject Of New Book

    Hartford's Vaudeville Star Sophie Tucker Subject Of New Book
    Sophie Tucker, the legendary bad-girl jazz singer who was raised in Hartford, wrote a memoir in 1935, when she was in her late 40s. For the next 10 years, she went back and forth between publishers and ghost-writers. It was finally published in 1945....