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  • Kevin Nealon Does Stand-Up at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts

    Kevin Nealon Does Stand-Up at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts
    Kevin Nealon made a name for himself on "Saturday Night Live" as the deadpan anchor of "Weekend Update." His sarcastic commentary would usually end with a split second of silence and then a thunder of laughter as the audience processed what he'd said....
  • Christina Crawford Speaks at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts

    Christina Crawford Speaks at the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts
    Christina Crawford's (adopted) mom was actress Joan Crawford. In 1978, she wrote a bestselling expose about her turbulent childhood and her adult relationship with her mother called Mommie Dearest. One of the first tell-all celebrity books, it was later...
  • No nonsense ... and a wet, but winning SHU memory

     
    Lafayette football Coach Frank Tavani told us Tuesday that six members – two each from among the freshman, sophomore and junior players – have been elected by their peers to serve on a leadership council that, along with the three......
  • Former Sacred Heart Basketball Player Chauncey Hardy Killed Overseas

    Former Sacred Heart Basketball Player Chauncey Hardy Killed Overseas
    Chauncey Hardy was on the dance floor at a Romanian night club, partying with teammates hours after a victory over a rival team, when he playfully put his cap on a woman he wanted to dance with. Onlookers, apparently one of which was the woman's...
  • Executing Murderers Saves Lives

    Now that Joshua Komisarjevsky is declared guilty of murdering Dr. William Petit Jr.'s wife and two daughters in a Cheshire home invasion, it's easy to understand why most Americans hope he is put to death for his sadistic crime. Unfortunately, if death...
  • From Punk to Porn: James Wolcott reminds us why the 70s were so loud, weird, smelly and perverse

    From Punk to Porn: James Wolcott reminds us why the 70s were so loud, weird, smelly and perverse
    James Wolcott WSHU Presents “Join the Conversation” with the writer, blogger and cultural critic. Tuesday, Nov. 1, 7 p.m., University Commons, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, sacredheart.edu It takes talent to pivot, the way James...
  • Comedian Steve Mazan at Sacred Heart University Commons in Fairfield on Nov. 16

    Comedian Steve Mazan at Sacred Heart University Commons in Fairfield on Nov. 16
    Steve Mazan was just another struggling comedian, touring the circuit and trying to make a name for himself. And then, in 2005, he found out he had terminal cancer. Instead of backing down from his lifelong dream of appearing on The Late Show with David...
  • The Bad Media

    I was knee deep in philosophical texts, hackneyed by my research—and Jesus was I getting sufficiently depressed. "Bang it in there, baby!" Whaaaa—who said that? I turned to my left—realized the quip was coming from my own psyche,...
  • The Week: 5/26 - 6/1

    The Week:  5/26 - 6/1
    Thursday May 26 Comedy: Can’t We All Just Get Along? Now that all this rapture baloney is behind us, it’s time to understand that our religious preferences should be treated just like hair color or taste in TV shows: Something that helps...
  • 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...