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  • A 2013 Courant Interview With Polly Bergen

    A 2013 Courant Interview With Polly Bergen
    In June 2013, the Courant's Susan Dunne interviewed actress Polly Bergen ahead of a screening and Q&A of "Cape Fear" at the Wadsworth Atheneum. The actress died Saturday at her Southbury home. She was 84. Polly Bergen grew up in Ohio and Indiana...
  • Global Manhattan Short Film Fest Showing At 4 CT Venues

    Global Manhattan Short Film Fest Showing At 4 CT Venues
    The 17th annual Manhattan Short Film Festival will be shown worldwide this week in about 250 theaters in six continents. In Connecticut, it will be shown in four venues. At the festival, audience members see several short films and then vote on their...
  • Charter Oak Presents Feminist Film Festival At Three Venues

    Charter Oak Presents Feminist Film Festival At Three Venues
    The Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford is presenting the first Feminist Film Festival Thursday to Saturday, Sept. 18 to 20, at three venues in Hartford and New Britain. The festival is part of Girlcott, a long series of events that shine a light on...
  • 'Movies And Music Under The Stars' At Atheneum

    'Movies And Music Under The Stars' At Atheneum
    On Friday, July 11, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford begins its annual summer series of “Movies and Music Under the Stars,” which feature live music, a la carte dinners and classic films in the museum’s Gengras Court....
  • Field Of Dreams Requires Some Hard Thinking

    Field Of Dreams Requires Some Hard Thinking
    Think about it — a beautiful night in June, sitting in the stands behind home plate, looking out at the downtown Hartford skyline. How better to put an exclamation point on the Hartford renaissance! I love this dream. I travel frequently to...
  • Artist's Landscapes Inspired By Martha Stewart House Paints At Wadsworth

    Artist's Landscapes Inspired By Martha Stewart House Paints At Wadsworth
    Martha Stewart's interior house paints have pretty names — Cloudless Sky, Morning Fog, etc. — ironically evoking nature while at the same time hiding that same nature outside the walls of an unnatural construction, a house. Los Angeles-based...
  • Historic Image Of Connecticut More Romantic Than Real

    Historic Image Of Connecticut More Romantic Than Real
    The most famous historic image of Connecticut's creation story is geo-fiction. I refer to Frederic Edwin Church's "Hooker and Company Journeying Through the Wilderness from Plymouth to Hartford, in 1636." Though this magnificent painting captures the...
  • CVS Pulls Last Of Tobacco Items A Month Early

    CVS Pulls Last Of Tobacco Items A Month Early
    HARTFORD — CVS stores nationwide stopped selling cigarettes and all other tobacco products Wednesday, and that's just fine with Lindsay and David O'Connor. They stopped by the Main Street CVS to pick up a few items, but as non-smokers the ban...
  • Crocodile Club Luncheon, Septemberfest, Wadsworth First Thursday Offer CT A Great First Weekend In September

    Crocodile Club Luncheon, Septemberfest, Wadsworth First Thursday Offer CT A Great First Weekend In September
    Technically, there is still some summer left so while the kids may be back to school and your nose back to the grindstone, lighten up a bit! There is still a lot of summer weekend fun to be had and it starts again today! The Wadsworth Atheneum gets...
  • Connecticut Cycling Festival: Two Days Of Biking From Hartford

    Connecticut Cycling Festival: Two Days Of Biking From Hartford
    The Connecticut Cycling Festival kicks off a weekend of competitive amateur and professional biking in Hartford on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20 and 21, hosted by the Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program and BikeWalkCT. Saturday's event, called the...
  • Don't Cut Science Center — Increase Grant Pool Instead

    Bill Hosley has a solid point — one he has raised many times before: A few major institutions such as the Mark Twain House and the Connecticut Science Center, both in Hartford, are given too large a share of the limited state grant money earmarked...