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  • READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut Student Writers Magazine Recognition Night

    Connecticut Student Writers is Connecticut's longest running contest for student writing, honoring the writing of Connecticut's K through 12 students since 1988. Students from across the state submit their poetry and prose.
  • Albert Mazibuko Of Ladysmith Black Mambazo Talks About Spreading Mandela's Legacy

    Albert Mazibuko Of Ladysmith Black Mambazo Talks About Spreading Mandela's Legacy
    Ladysmith Black Mambazo first blipped our cultural radar in 1986, with the arrival of Paul Simon's "Graceland." But for nearly 50 years, the Grammy-winning a cappella ensemble has worked tirelessly to promote South Africa's history and traditions. Their...

    Story Ballets, Dance Marathon Among The Highlights

    Story Ballets, Dance Marathon Among The Highlights
    Dance is an ideal art form to convey love, from nuanced relationships to the heady, romantic arcs of courtship and passion. On Feb. 8, Connecticut Ballet will bring "Be My Valentine" to The Bushnell's Belding Theater, presenting a palette of love with...

    Elvis Costello, Roots Share Mutual Love Of Experimentation

    Elvis Costello, Roots Share Mutual Love Of Experimentation
    Elvis Costello and The Roots may seem like an unlikely musical pairing, but according to Costello, he and the Philadelphia hip-hop group, are cut from the same musical cloth. "I've never really felt that we should be bound by one identity in music and...

    'Peter and the Wolf' Playing at the Jorgensen

    'Peter and the Wolf' Playing at the Jorgensen
    Sergei Prokofiev's orchestra play Peter and the Wolf was originally written to explain instruments to children, and it has since become a beloved tale. Now, musicians led by UConn alum Ehren Brown will join forces with puppets from the university's Puppet...