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  • Samba Fest: A Day Of Brazilian Culture, Music, Food

    Samba Fest: A Day Of Brazilian Culture, Music, Food
    Samba Fest's return to Mortensen Riverfront Plaza on Saturday, May 2, doesn't just signal a ninth consecutive year of Brazilian music and culture in downtown Hartford: It also marks the beginning of another much-needed downtown festival season. "We're...
  • Morikami Museum celebrates Japanese pop culture

    Morikami Museum celebrates Japanese pop culture
    Revelers clad as ninjas, cat-humanoids and warrior princesses filled the 36th annual Hatsume Fair. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens' largest event showcases anime and pop culture. It's become a cosplay confab of sorts. Short for costume play,...
  • Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season

    Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season
    It's déjà vu all over again as springtime turns the landscape from two-tone to full spectrum. The season is right for a balmy walk to dinner and a great concert, but make your plans early because, as always, the early birds sit in the front rows. Here...
  • Bonus Years: It's never too late to be what you might have been

    Living as a stranger in a foreign land is a great privilege. It is also one I enjoyed during a career that included a lot of time living, working and traveling outside the United States — in Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. Living and...
  • Concert to benefit Israeli hospital

    Concert to benefit Israeli hospital
    World renowned singer and guitarist Gerard Edery will perform in a concert that benefits an importance cause — Soroka Medical Center in Be'er Sheva, Israel. Following the successful launch of its Miami committee last January where American Friends...
  • May Events Around Greater New Haven

    May Events Around Greater New Haven
    It's May, and we're dancing around a Maypole, reading funny books, catching new musicals and women's choruses and cinematic symphonies. Boom! Crash! Here comes the Civil War, too. And All The Children Are Above Average Garrison Keillor, the "Prairie...
  • Baltimore choral groups shine in spiritual programs

    Baltimore choral groups shine in spiritual programs
    Goings-on in the temporal world -- in Baltimore and beyond -- have been so dispiriting lately that it was a relief to spend time over the weekend with Baltimore's premier choruses and heaven-directed music. On Saturday night at St. Ignatius Church,...
  • Community news for Willimantic edition

    Exploring flora and fauna ASHFORD - Join The Last Green Valley Ranger Bill Reid at Babcock Library, 25 Pompey Hollow Road, Ashford, on Friday, May 8 at 7 p.m., as he presents the free program: On The Wild Side: Exploring the Flora and Fauna of The Last...
  • Elgin Symphony Orchestra promises emotional season finale

    Elgin Symphony Orchestra promises emotional season finale
    The music will stir the senses. "People can expect an absolutely emotionally overwhelming experience," Maestro Andrew Grams said. The Elgin Symphony Orchestra will present its last concert of the season, "Season Finale: Full Sound… Full Joy,"...
  • Neil Simon's 'Rumors' presented at The Lincoln Center

    Neil Simon's 'Rumors' presented at The Lincoln Center
    One of Neil Simon's most well-known plays is coming to Downers Grove. The Grove Players will present "Rumors" May 1 to 10 at the Lincoln Center in Downers Grove. Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Rich Gannon of...
  • Iconic songwriter coming to Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall for tribute to country great?

    Iconic songwriter coming to Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall for tribute to country great?
    Songwriters Hall of Famer Jimmy Webb, who wrote many of the iconic hits of Glenn Campbell’s career – such as "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman" and "Galveston," will perform a show paying tribute to the singer at Allentown&...