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  • Zac Brown Band, Tyler, the Creator Among Recently Announced Concerts

    Zac Brown Band, Tyler, the Creator Among Recently Announced Concerts
    The Zac Brown Band returns to Hartford for a show at the Xfinity Theatre on Saturday, June 6. Tickets (price TBD) go on sale starting on Friday, March 20 at 10 a.m. through ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
  • Science On Screen: 'Free The Mind' At Real Art Ways

    Science On Screen: 'Free The Mind' At Real Art Ways
    Is it possible to physically change the brain solely through mental practices? That's the questions asked by the documentary "Free the Mind," and by Harvard psychology instructor Dave Vago. On Monday, March 16, Real Art Ways will hold a screening of...

    Sculptor Invites Writers To Tell The Stories Of Her Works At Real Art Ways

    Sculptor Invites Writers To Tell The Stories Of Her Works At Real Art Ways
    While walking through an art gallery, it's easy to wonder what the artworks would be thinking if they were real people. What their stories are. What their gripes are. Why they have those looks on their faces. Why they're carrying those bundles, what's...

    Matinees Of Classics At Real Art Ways

    Matinees Of Classics At Real Art Ways
    If you can't get into a Film Studies 101 class, you can always get into Real Art Ways. Starting March 4, the Hartford arts venue is presenting a six-week series of weekday matinees of classic films, followed by a lecture by J.D. O'Connor, assistant...

    Vermont Filmmaker's 'Northern Borders' Coming To Real Art Ways

    Vermont Filmmaker's 'Northern Borders' Coming To Real Art Ways
    Decades ago, when Jay Craven was 6 years old, his parents got into a big fight. The next day Craven was sent alone on a train from his home in Philadelphia to his grandparents' home in Providence. His parents divorced. Craven never saw his father again...