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  • Allentown's Mayfair: After ramping up visual arts, fest building a "sound" foundation this year

    Allentown's Mayfair: After ramping up visual arts, fest building a "sound" foundation this year
    When Allentown’s Mayfair reinvented itself by moving from the city’s often soggy Cedar Creek Park to Allentown Fairgrounds two years ago, the festival focused on reviving the visual arts part of its offerings, especially since the new location...
  • Can Connecticut's 'American Idol' Winner Nick Fradiani Expect Stardom?

    Can Connecticut's 'American Idol' Winner Nick Fradiani Expect Stardom?
    On the two-hour season finale of "American Idol" earlier this month, 29-year-old Guilford native Nick Fradiani beat out Nashville's Clark Beckham, becoming the first Idol winner from Connecticut and across the Northeast. So what happens now?...
  • Letters: Partners in Care; Schuh grants; Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Partners in Care It was a sad day for older adults throughout the county when we learned county grant funding will be decreased by 50 percent despite stellar outcomes Partners In Care has reported every year. Last year PIC received $44,000. Now the...
  • Mayfair Festival of the Arts schedule of events

    Mayfair Festival of the Arts schedule of events
    FRIDAY, MAY 22, LIBERTY STAGE 4:30-5:30 p.m.: Barymon's Native I & I 6:30-7:30 p.m.: Dana Gaynor Band 8-9:30 p.m.: Steve Brosky & His Big Lil' Band CAFE STAGE 10-11 a.m.: Repertory Dance Theatre Dance Class 11:15-noon: The Literacy Center's...
  • Allant Piano Trio returns for summer series at Beacon Hill

    Nestled in the rolling hills of the Stroudsburg area is the beautiful, privately owned property of Dan Crawford and his wife, Sidnie, who for the past seven years have provided a wonderful opportunity for guests to hear high-quality classical music at a...
  • Syrian cultural treasures at Palmyra are at risk, says UNESCO

    Syrian cultural treasures at Palmyra are at risk, says UNESCO
    UNESCO is warning that cultural treasures in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra are at great risk following reports that Islamic State forces have taken over the World Heritage site famous for architectural ruins believed to be thousands of years old....
  • TICKET BOX: Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music among 35 new shows

    TICKET BOX: Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music among 35 new shows
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music and Jeff Daniels at Sellersville Theater are among 35 concerts for...
  • Community News for South Windsor edition

    South Windsor Senior Center trips SOUTH WINDSOR - On Monday, June 29, the South Windsor seniors will see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on their first East coast tour since 2003. The motorcoach will depart Geissler's plaza in South Windsor...
  • Guest column: These grants are good for county

    Guest column: These grants are good for county
    I feel the need to respond to the recent editorial, "Appearances matter with Schuh's grant decisions" (The Capital, May 13) questioning County Executive Steve Schuh's community grant recommendations. As someone who participated in the overall grant...
  • Painting demo ends art society's season

    Painting demo ends art society's season
    Local artist Laurie Snow Hein's demonstration signaled the finale of The Wellington Art Society's season May 13 at the Bootz Culture Camp in Royal Palm Beach. "We try always to have a demo. It brings people in and it introduces people to new mediums...
  • It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready

    It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready
    Students in Costa Mesa High School's Madrigal and Vocal Ensemble choirs are counting down the days until they travel to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall. "I'd pack my bags and leave for New York today if I could," senior Evan Stechauner said....