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  • Region's Firearm Factories Invested Heavily To Build AR-15

    Region's Firearm Factories Invested Heavily To Build AR-15
    It doesn't take long to see the effects of massive investment at the Connecticut factories that make the AR-15 military-style rifle. Deep in the heart of the sprawling Colt firearms plant in West Hartford, Bobby Craddock sets up rifle barrels in an...
  • Fairfield Fall Arts Preview: A Feast of Fall Arts

    Fairfield Fall Arts Preview: A Feast of Fall Arts
    Fall in Fairfield County looks and behaves differently this year. You could call it artistic license, in the way that there are hunting seasons with special licenses for rare game. The season is a fantastical odyssey designed to upend expectations at...
  • Our Picks: Margaret Cho and Rich Little Bring Their Stand-Up Acts to Fairfield County

    Our Picks: Margaret Cho and Rich Little Bring Their Stand-Up Acts to Fairfield County
    Margaret Cho and Rich Little are two comedians who've been at it for a long time. Well, one much longer than the other: Cho burst onto the scene 20 years ago with her biting critiques of social and political problems, focusing on close-to-home issues...
  • Controversial Author Jodi Picoult comes to Sacred Heart

    Jodi Picoult Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts, Sacred Heart University, 5151 Park Ave., Fairfield. Mon., Jan. 24. 7 p.m. $15. (203) 371-7908, www.edgertoncenter.org Over the course of her 19-year career, Jodi Picoult has become one of the most...
  • All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed

    All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed
    All New York City public schools are open Wednesday, despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg's declaration of a weather emergency for New York City due to the overnight snow storm. New NYC School Chancellor Cathie Black made the announcement at 5 a.m. and stated...
  • NYC Public Schools Closed; Hundreds Other Schools, Universities Delayed or Closed

    NYC Public Schools Closed; Hundreds Other Schools, Universities Delayed or Closed
    All New York City public schools are closed Thursday, as well hundreds of other schools and universities have a delayed opening or are closed. NYC Schools Chancellor Cathie Black announced the city-wide school closure just before 5 a.m., as 10- to 12-...
  • Best College Radio Station

    Best College Radio Station
    1) WSHU Sacred Heart's radio station does more than cater to the Sacred Heart community. They cater to their listeners. And their listeners, in turn, support the station. “We feel it's critical to be in the communities covering local news stories,&...
  • 22nd Annual Silvermine School of Art Student Exhibit on display through July 26

    22nd Annual Silvermine School of Art Student Exhibit on display through July 26
    Over the past few months, art students have been holed up at Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, learning to paint, sculpt, take photos and make prints, ceramics and jewelry. For the 22nd year in a row, the Silvermine Galleries are going to host an...
  • DOUBLE OH! ... Olson, Oneda share Spring Student-Athlete Award

    DOUBLE OH! ... Olson, Oneda share Spring Student-Athlete Award
    Domination is a foreign concept in the modern-day world of sports. Champions rarely repeat, and the playing field seems more level than ever. There are two exceptions to this rule in Carroll County. Paige Olson began and ended her Century tennis...
  • Yale's Tailgating Rules Appear More Lenient Than Others

    Yale's Tailgating Rules Appear More Lenient Than Others
    Comparisons among colleges' tailgating policies are difficult, but Yale's rules appear more lenient than the rules of at least five other New England colleges. Yale permits beer kegs and rental trucks full of party supplies into tailgating areas, while...
  • The Greater Bridgeport Symphony Performs Handel's Messiah at Various Locations

    The Greater Bridgeport Symphony Performs Handel's Messiah at Various Locations
    Handel's Messiah was a slow burn — it was first performed in Dublin in 1753, and wasn't very popular at all for a while. It was originally written to accommodate small, practical-sized groups of musicians, but was inflated to orchestra/giant choir...